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John BROWN & Wife et al to Stephen Long & Wife

Stephen Long to Samuel King follows this all same land scroll down for that information
Abstract of deed records 1795-1807
Deed Book U Vol. 3 pages 703-714
John Brown of the township of Colerain, Taylor and Mary his wife, Ann Atchison of the township of Little Britain, Spinster & James Patterson of Little Britain Yeoman.

The said Mary and wife of John Brown and Ann Atchison being two of the daughters of John Atchison of Little Britain Township dec'd
& James Patterson being the guardian over the estate of Christinia Atchison a minor dau (under21)of John Atchison of Little Britain Township dec'd.

John died intestate with 2 tracts of land in Little Britain township
#1bounded by lands of Alexander Scott, Micheal Baldridge, James Patterson, & James Buchanan
containing 250 acres of patented land

#2 bounded by lands of Alexander Scott, Robert McClallan, Thomas Campbell and Micheal Baldridge
containing 250 acres of warranted land with appurtenances leaving a widow named Agnes & Issue 4 children

Examination of land found it could not be divided among the widow and children without spoiling of the whole

Stephen Long ( & wife Catherine) bought land paying other heirs Principal to widow to be divided among heirs after her dec'd

All sign Quit Claim Jno Brown,Mary Brown, Anny Atchison, James McKnight,
signed sealed delivered by said John Brown & wife 26 Sept 1795
signed sealed delivered by Ann Atchison & James McKnight 14 May 1799

recieved 148pounds 7shilling 11 pence (first share of money from land)
Mary (Atchison) Brown of full age signed dower rights Sept 26, 1795
Ann Atchichison & James McKnight signed May 14, 1799
George Vallandgham the lawful named husband of Christinia Atchison signed they recieved their share from Guardian James Patterson signed 28 March 1801

( I am taking it this is the second paymant after the dec'd of the widow)
James McKnight for himself and lawful attorney for George Villandgham both husbands of heirs of John Atchison dec'd Ann Atchison allias McKnight, Christian Atchison allias Vellangham signed they recieved from Stephen Long 146pound 16shilling 5 pence from widow dower 11 day April 1803

Same statement sign by John Brown and Mary his wife 19 day April 1804

recorded 10 day June 1807

SECOND DEED FOLLOWS THIS INFO
20May 1807
Stephen Long
to Samuel Koenig
Indenture between Stephen Long Yeoman of Little Britain township & wife Catherine his wife on first part
& Samuel Koinig (alias King) of township of Trydefferin, Chester County Pa Yeoman second part

was land of John Atchison died intestate with widow Agnes(also lately dec'd)

Stephen Long married Catherine Atchison oldest daughter of John Atchison dec'd

Patent date 1785 6 Dec called first purchase was situated along Octorara Creek Patent book 4 page 170
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