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Deed of conveyance to Andrew Riley,29 November 1848: Stark County, Ohio

Deed likely conveys land to Andrew Riley in 1848--4 years after his marriage to Catharine Hoover. Andrew and his family are found in the 1850 Stark County census. Further investigation is warranted to ensure that the land deeded corresponds to the locale specified within the census return.

Know all men by these presents, that we Richard K. Gray, and Elisha Gray, wife of the said Richard K. Gray of the County of Stark and state of Ohio, in consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars in hand, paid by Andrew Riley, of the same place, have bargained and sold and do hereby grant, bargain, sell and convey, onto the said Andrew Riley, his heirs and assigns forever, the following premises situated in the County of Stark and Sate of Ohio, and being a part of South West Quarter, of Section twenty five, in township Seventeen and Range Seven and bounded and described as follows; Commencing at the northeast corner of a lot of ground owned by Joseph Glessner in Said Quarter Section, thence South along the line of said Glessner's lotto the line of land owned by the heirs of Daniel Shaeffer, thence East along the line of said heirs land to the corner of a lot of ground owned by William Townsand, thence north along said Townsand's line to an alley, thence east along said alley to the place of beginning. To have and to hold said premises with the appurtenances, unto the said Andrew Riley, his heirs and O (illegible) forever. And the said Richard K. Gray for himself and heirs, doth hereby covenant with said Andrew Riley, his heirs and assigns, that he is lawfully (illegible) of the premises aforesaid, that the premises are free and clear from all incumbrances whatsoever, and that he will forever warrant and defend the same with the appurtenances, onto the said Andrew Riley, his heirs and assigns, against the lawful claim of all persons whomever. In testimony whereof the said Richard K. Gray and Elisha Gray have hereunto set their hands and seals, this twenty ninth day of November Eighteen and forty eight. Executed in presence of Julius Hafner R.K. Gray (seal) A. Hamilton Elisha Gray (seal) ****** State of Ohio Stark County Before me Andrew Hamilton, a Justice of the Peace in and for said County personally appeared Richard K. Gray and Elisha Gray his wife above named, and Severally acknowledged the signing and sealing thereof, to be their voluntary at and deed, and the said Elisha Gray, being at the same time examined by me separate and apart from her said husband, and the Covenants of Said Instrument made known to her by me. She ten declared that she did voluntarily sign, seal and acknowledge the same and that she is still satisfied therewith this 29 day of November 1848 Recd. May 19, 1849, and recorded the 23 A Hamilton George (illegible), Recorder Justice Peace}

Linked toAndrew RILEY (REILLY)

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