Lewis Doverspike Sr's Heirs

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John Doverspike




This Indenture, Made the 2nd day of April A. D. one thousand eight hundred and fifty.

Between Mary Doverspike Lewis Doverspike and Emelia his wife. David Doverspike Gabriel Miller and Catharine his wife formerly Catharine Doverspike. Philip Doverspike and Priscilla his wife. William Doverspike and Lydia Doverspike his wife. Henry Swonger and Elizabeth hs wife formerly Elizabeth Doverspike and Peter Doverspike, legal representatives of Lewis Doverspike Senior Deceased, formerly of Red Bank Township Clarion County Pennsylvania, of the first part and John Doverspike (of Lewis) of the Township County and State aforesaid of the second part.

Witnessth:

That the parties of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred and ninety two dollars and fifty cents lawful money of the United States to them in hand paid by the said John Doverspike (of L) at and before the sealing an delivery of these presents, the receipts, of which is hereby acknowledged, Hath granted, bargained, sold aliened, enfeoffed, released, conveyed and confirmed, and by these presents, Do grant, bargain, sell alien, enfeoff, release, convey and confirm unto the said John Doverspike (of L)

All that certain of land situated in Redbank Township Clarion County Pennsylvania.

Bounded and described as follows wit:

Beginning at a Hickery on the south east corner, thence by lands of John Grover and John Mohney south two degrees west one hundred six percels to a post, thence by lands of Philip Doverspike south eighty eight degrees west fifty one percels to a White Oak, thence south eighty four degrees west sixty three percels to a post, thence north nine degrees west twelve percels to a White Oak, thence by lands of Elisha Hillyard and north thirty six and one fourth degrees east one hundred and thirty eight and half percels to a post, thence by of lands of George Lewis south eighty nine degrees east sixty nine percels to the place of the beginning.

Containing seventy seven acers and ninety two percels.

Being part of a larger tract of land conveyed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to Lewis Doverspike (now deceased) by patent dated the 24 March 1829 Enrolled in Patent Book Vol. 27 Page 17.

Him the said Lewis Doverspike who dying in testate, in his lifetime, being in possession of certain real estate of which the forgoing is part.

Together with all appurtenances, rights, priviledges, member of.

To Have And To Hold the said piece land.

Containing seventy seven acers and ninety two percels to the said John Doverspike (of L) and his heirs and assigns Forever.

And they doth convenant, grant, agree to and with the said John Doverspike (of L) his heirs and assigns, gainst them the said parties of the first part, and their heirs, and assigns, against them, the said parties of the first part, and their heirs, and against all and every other person or persons whomsoever lawfully claiming, or to claim the same or to cause the same by though or under them.

Shall And Will Warrant And Forever Defend.

In Witness Whereof. The said parties of the first part have hereto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written.

Signed Sealed And Delivered In The Presence Of

Thos McKelvey.

P. H. Hoffman

Mary (her x mark) Doverspike {Seal}

Lewis Doverspike {Seal}

Emelia (her x mark) Doverspike {Seal}

David Doverspike {Seal}

Gabriel Miller {Seal}

Catharine (her x mark) Miller {Seal}

Philip (his x mark) Doverspike {Seal}

Priscilla (her x mark) Doverspike {Seal}

Wm Doverspike {Seal}

Lydia (her x mark ) Doverspike {Seal}

Henry Swonger {Seal}

Elizabeth (her x mark) Doverspike {Seal}

Peter Doverspike {Seal}

Received on the date of the above Indenture of and for aboved named John Doverspike the sum of two hundred and ninety two dollars and fifty cents lawful money of the United States being consideration money above mentioned in full.

David Doverspike

Wm Doverspike

Lewis Doverspike

Mary (her x mark) Doverspike

Henry Swonger

Gabriel Miller

Clarion County Deed Book 4 Page 119






















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