This Indenture made the Fourteenth day of June in the year of our Lord one Thousand Eight hundred and nice Between Thomas PENNINGTON Of Londongrove Township in the County of Chester and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Blacksmith and Cathren his wife of the one part and John PENNINGTON (Son of the before named Thomas PENNINGTON) of Londongrove Township in the County of Chester and Commonwealth aforesaid Blacksmith of the other part.
Witnesseth, that the said Thomas PENNINGTON and Cathren his wife for an in Consideration of the sum of one hundred and twenty five pounds, Current Lawful money of Pennsylvania aforesaid to them in hand well and truly paid by the said John PENNINGTON at and before the sealing and delivery hereof the Receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge and thereof acquit and forever discharge the said John PENNINGTON his heirs Executors and Administrators by these presents Have granted bargained sold Aliened, enfeoffed released and confirmed and by these presents do grant bargain sell alien enfeoff release and Confirm unto the said John PENNINGTON and to his Heirs and assigns A certain lot or parcel of Land situate in the Township of Colerain, and County of Lancaster aforesaid Beginning at a black oak, thence by Land of David MILLER North thirty three west, fifty four and an half perches to a post, thence North fifty four and three fourth degrees East, twenty five and four tenths perches to a post thence North thirty three degrees West, one hundred and four perches to a post thence North fifty four and Three fourth degrees East thirty perches to a white oak Stump, thence South Eighty two degrees East fifty five and an half perches to a post
Pg. 624 Post thence by Land of George BLACK South five and an half degrees West Seventy perches, to a post thereby the same South five and an half degrees East sixty three perches, to a Chesnut tree, thence by the same South fourteen and an half degrees West Eight perches to a Chesnut tree thence, by the same South thirty eight degrees West twenty one and an half Perches to the place of Beginning Containing forty acres Strict measure [ Being part of a tract of Seventy three acres one Rood and Seven perches of Land which David MILLER and Sarah his wife by their Indenture under their hands and seals duly executed dated the 1st day of May Anno Domini 1805 granted and confirmed unto the above named Thomas PENNINGTON in fee simple] Together with all and singular the Houses buildings Gardens, orchards, Woods meadows Ways Waters watercourses Rights Liberties Privileges hereditaments, and appurtenances whatsoever thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining (Subject nevertheless to a proportional part of the payment of the purchase money interest to the Commonwealth for patenting &c) and the Reversions, remainders, Rents Issues, and profits thereof, And also all the Estate, right, title interest use possession, property claim and demand whatsoever, as well at Law, as in equity or Otherwise howsoever, of them the said Thomas PENNINGTON and Cathren his Wife, of in to or out of the same. To have and to hold the said described lot or parcel of Land hereditaments, and premises hereby granted, with the appurtenances (Subject as aforesaid) unto the said John PENNINGTON his heirs and assigns, to the only proper use and behoof of the said John PENNINGTON his heirs and assigns forever, And the said Thomas PENNINGTON for himself, his heirs, Executors, and administrators doth Covenant, promise grant and agree to and with the said John PENNINGTON his heirs and assigns by these presents that he the said Thomas PENNINGTON and his heirs the said described Lot or parcel of Land hereditaments , and premises hereby granted with the appurtenances (Subject as aforesaid) unto the said John PENNINGTON his heirs and assigns against them the said Thomas PENNINGTON and Cathren his Wife and their heirs and against all and every other person and persons whomsoever Lawfully Claiming or to Claim by, from or under him her them or any or either of them shall and will Warrant and forever defend by these presents. In Witness whereof the said parties to these presents have hereunto Interchangeably set their hands and seals date the day and year first above mentioned.
Signed Sealed and delivered in presence of W. FINNEY, Agnes THOMSON
Received the day of the date of the above and afore written Indenture of and from the above named John PENNINGTON the sum of one hundred and twenty five pounds Current Lawful money of Pennsylvania being the full consideration money aforementioned.
Thomas PENINGTON Test W. FINNEY
Pg. 625 Chester County Before me the Subscriber one of the Judges of the Court of Common pleas &c in and for said County Came the above and aforenamed Thomas PENNINGTON and his wife and acknowledged the above and afore written Indenture to be their act and deed and desired the same as such to be recorded according to Law, She the said Cathren being of full age and by me Separate and apart from her said husband examined, and the contents thereof being first fully made known unto her, she thereunto voluntarily consenting, In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal this fourteenth day of June Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and nine.
Recorded August 1st Anno Domini 1809
William BAUSMAN, Recr