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Carroll County Deed Book 21-372

Jesse Sargent
 



Know all men be these presents that I Jesse Sargent of Freedom, County of Carroll and state of New Hampshire husbandman in consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars and my natural affections paid by Josiah Sargent 2nd of said Freedom county and state affor said and son of said Jesse Sargent the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge do hereby grant bargain sell and convey unto the said Josiah Sargent his heirs and assigns forever my homestead farm being the farm on which I live situated in said Freedom in the said county of Carroll and state of New Hampshire together with all the buildings therein containing twenty seven and one half acres of land let the same be more or less. 

 It is the same farm I bought of Josiah Sargent on the 29 of July AD1838 as per his deed to me of said date & recorded in Strafford County Records [bk] 178 [page] 559  reference being had for a more particular description. I deed to him said Josiah Sargent 2nd the above described farm & buildings with the following provisions via

Firstly he is to maintain me in sickness and in health furnishing me with suitable meats and drinks clothing medical aid if necessary and every other necessary that I need according to my condition and standing in life and during the whole period of my natural life; and he is to maintain my wife Almira Sargent in the same way and manner that he does me (above described) during her natural life or so long as she remains my widow and to pay the funeral charges of me and my said wife at our decease; He is also to pay all my just debts. 

Now if the said Josiah Sargent 2nd shall in a suitable way and manner maintain me and my said wife in a suitable and proper way and manner and in the manner above stated during our natural lives pays all my just debts and pays our funeral charges, then in that case this deed to be and remain forever and to all interest in full force and virtue otherwise to be void and of no effect.  The said Josiah Sargent 2nd have all my personal property reserving to my self the use and occupancy of it during my natural life to have and to hold the afore granted and bargained premises with all the privileges and appurtenances thereof to the said Josiah Sargent 2nd his heirs and assigns to their use and behoof forever. 

And I do covenant with the said Josiah Sargent 2nd his heirs and assigns that I am lawfully seized in fee of the premises that they are free of all in cumbrances that I have good right to sell and convey the same to the said Josiah Sargent 2nd to hold as aforesaid; and that I and my heirs shall and will warrant and defend the same to the said  Josiah Sargent 2nd his heirs and assigns forever against the lawful claims and demands of all persons.

In witness whereof I the said Jesse Sargent have hereunto set hand and seal this twelfth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty one signed sealed and delivered in presence of

 

David Colcord                                                       Jesse  Sargent  [seal]
Abram D. Sargent

 

Oxford SS May 12, 1851 personally appeared the above named Jesse Sargent and acknowledged the above instrument to be his free act and deed Before me

 

David Colcord, Justice of the Peace

Received January 1853 Examined by ______Hardy, Recorder

 

   

 

             

 

                                                                                                                  

       

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