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WARRANTY DEED: Roxbury Cemetery, McPherson Co., Kansas

 

From Oklahoma Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol. 9, No. 4, December 1964

Transcribed to Electronic form by Jo White

 

 

BANKS – CHISHOLM* - GATES – LAWSON – POWERS WARRANTY DEED, Roxbury Cemetery Association, McPherson Co., Kansas, 1888

 

WARRANTY DEED

 

Know all men by these Presents.  That the ROXBURY CEMETERY ASSOCIATION of the County of McPherson and State of Kansas, party of the first part have sold to Charles L. Powers of the County of McPherson State of Kansas the following described property, to-wit:  Lot 31 in Block C in the Roxbury Cemetery according to a plat now on file in the office of the Register of Deeds of McPherson County, and the party of the first part for themselves and their successors, l hereby covenant and agree that they will forever warrant and defend to the party of the second part, their heirs and executors or assigns all the right, title and interest in the above premises.

 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the party of the first part have caused this to be signed by its Trustees this 15th day of November A.D. 1888.

 

                                                                                                            TRUSTEES

 

                                                                                                S/B.B. Gates___________

 

                                                                                                S/J. Chisholm                     

 

                                                                                                S/James Lawson               

 

STATE OF KANSAS,         )

                                                                ss

     M’Pherson County        )

 

Personally appeared before me B.B. Gates, J. Chisholm, and James Lawson who are known to me to be the persons who executed the within instrument and duly acknowledged the execution of the same.

 

 

                                                                                                s/Morgan Banks                

 

                                                                                                Notary Public                                 

 

Commission Expires

January 5th 1892

 

*Oklahoma Historians -  note the Jesse Chisholm signature.

 

(Contributed by  Miss Mildred Thys, OGS Member)

 

Miss Thys has a brief obituary of an Elijah Banks, probably of some relationship to Morgan Banks, Notary Public.  Elijah, a pioneer to McPherson Co., in 1871 d. 10 miles south of Gypsum, the farm on which he resided since 1871. (sic)    Elijah was 79 years of age when he died.  He was a brother of Capt. Banks, Mayor of Salina, Kansas in 1887.  (Unfortunately this obituary like many old obituaries was not clipped to include the date and name of the newspaper in which it appeared, neither was this essential information added; therefore, it is offered only as a small clue to time and place for the Banks brothers and not as evidence.)

 

 

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