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Indenture Deed between Joseph BRADEN and Stacy TAYLOR and Stephen C. ROSZELL
Loudoun Co., VA Deed Book 2N dated 14 February 1811


[transcribed by Sue Beach, September 1997]


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This Indenture made this 14th day of February eighteen hundred and eleven Between Joseph Braden of the County of Loudoun and State of Virginia of the one part and Stacy Taylor and Stephen C. Roszell [?] of the County of Loudoun and State aforesaid of the other part
Witnesseth that the said Joseph Braden for and in consideration of the Sum of Seven Thousand one hundred and seventy Dollars Lawfull [sic] money to him in hand paid by the said Stacy Taylor and Stephen C. Rozell, the rect whereof He doth hereby acknowledge hath Granted Bargained and Sold and by these presents doth Grant bargain and Sell unto the said

[page 200] said [sic] Stacy Taylor and Stephen C. Rozell, their heirs and assigns all that Tract or parcel of land Which the said Jos. Braden purch'd of John Cummings Situate lying and being in the said County of Loudoun and Bounded as follows -

Beginning at a red oak on the side of the main road corner to Wm. Smith thence with his Line N 34 W 66 1/3 p'l [?] to stone corner to Braden a John Nicklen [?] thence with Nicklins line N 54 E 42 p to a stone corner to Nicklin thence with another of his lines N. 89 + E 104 3/4 pl. to a stone and White oak in a line of Rich. Wittith [?] thence with said line S. 3 E. 243 + po. To a Stone on the south side of the main road thence down said Road S. 43 + E. 51 1/3 po. To a Stone thence S. 32 1/4 W. 31 + po. To a Stone Corner to Mathew Beans thence N 67 W. 204 + po. To a stone in William Smiths line thence with said line N. 31 3/4 E. 45 1/3 po. To a B. Oak Corner to Smith thence with his line N 9 1/4 E 98 + po. To the Beginning Containing two hundred and thirty nine acres of land - Together with all and Singular the appurtenances the right privileges and improvements whatsoever thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining To have And to hold the said land and premises hereby Granted and conveyed unto the said Stacy Taylor and Stephen C. Rozell forever In Trust Never the less and on the following conditions. Whereas the said Joseph Braden did on the [blank] day of [blank] 1811 purchase of John Cummings the above described tract of land for Seven thousand one hundred and Seventy Dollars and Whereas Robert Braden and John Braden did enter Security and Join in the Bond with the said Joseph Braden for the payment of the above mentioned sum to the said John Cummings Viz. Two Thousand dollars to be paid on the first day of April next and the remaining five thousand one hundred and Seventy dollars to be

[page 201] to be [sic] paid to the said John Cumming in Five equal annual payments in the first day of April in every year until the whole is paid off. Now if the said Joseph Braden, his heirs, Exr's or adm'r shall and doth well and truly pay to the said John Cummings his heirs or assigns the before mentioned sum of Seven thousand one hundred and Seventy dollars as the different payment as they become due and entirely release the said Robert and John Braden from the payment of any part thereof. That in that case this deed of trust shall be Void, but if the said Joseph Braden, his heirs, Ex'rs or adm'rs should fail in the payment of any of the said Bonds, that then the said Stacy Taylor and Stephen C Rozell or the Survivor of them shall for the Benefit of the said Robert and John Braden sell the above Described Tract of Land to the highest Bidder for cash first Giving one months notice of the time and place of sale in one of the news papers published in Leesburgh [sic] and after having paid all the Monies Embraced by this deed of trust for Which the said Robert and John Braden are bound and the Expenses [unreadable word] to this deed and the sale thereof the said Stacy Taylor and Stephen C. Rozell Shall pay to the said Joseph Braden, his heirs or adm'r the residue of the Money if any. Witness my hand and seal, the day and year first above Written.

Joseph Braden {seal}



Signed Sealed and Deliv'd}
in presence of}
John Dodd
Thomas Phillips
Henson Vermillion

At a Court held for Loudoun County June the 10th 1811.
This Deed of trust from Joseph Braden to Stacy Taylor and Stephen C. Rozell was ackn'd and ordered to be recorded.

Teste C. Binns CLC