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Proceedings of the Court of Chancery, 1669-1679
Volume 51, Page 540   View pdf image (33K)
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              540       Chancery Court Proceedings, 1679.
        Liber P C                 Present
                    The Honble Philip Calvert Escp Chancello.r
                    The Honble Willm Calvert Esq Secretary
                    The Honble Vincent Lowe Esq.r Surveyo.r Gen.ll
                    The Honble Willm Stevens

                This Cause standing in the paper of Causes to be heard this day
              upon bill and answere upon the heareing and debateing of the
              matter in question betweene the said parties in the prsence of Robert
              Carvile attorney for the Complts and George Barber attorney for the
              Defendants, the scope of the plts bill being that the said Joseph
              Moorely being in his life time seized in his Demeasne as of ffee,
              or of some other good and sufficient estate of Inheritance of and in
              all that parcell of Land called Moorelys-Grove Lying in Ann-Arundell
              County on a branch of Petuxent River Beginning att a bounded
              Oake standing by the said branch side, and running north one hun-
              dred and five perches to a red oake marked with foure notches
              Bounded on the north by a line drawn north-north-East forty five
              perches to a marked pyne, then north forty-five pches to a marked
          p. 149  oake, bounded on the north by line drawne north west seaventy five
              perches to a marked Pokiccory then north sixty perches to the
              branch Called the Cattle branch still Continueing the said course
              for the length of Three hundred and twenty perches to a branch
              that runs into a great Pocosin att the south end of a great Marsh
              then bounding on the said branch one hundred pches to a marked
              beach Tree then bounding on the first mentioned branch to the first
              bounded Tree Containeing and now laid out for Three hundred and
              twenty acres more or less, and alsoe of and in one other parcell of
              Land called Moorelys Lott lying about three miles in the woods
              on the west side of the south River Begining att a bounded white
              oake and runing south one hundred and flinty perches, then south
              south west sixty perches to a bounded white oake of a parcell of
              Land formerly laid for John Champ, then by the said Champs line,
              west and by north two hundred and ninety perches to a bounded
              red oake, then north one hundred and flinty perches bounded on
              the north by a line drawne north-north-east sixty perches, then East
              and by south to the first bounded Tree, Containeing and now laid
              out for ifoure hundred and fifty Acres held by severall Pattents under
              the great seale of this Province, both bearing date the Tenth day of
              July in the yeare of our Lord one Thousand six hundred seaventy
              one of the Manno.r of Ann Arundell, under the yearly Rent of
              ffifteene shillings and five pence sterling, Out of which Last men-
              tioned Pattent for foure hundred and fifty acres, The said Joseph
              Moorely by his assignment under his hand and Seale and Indorsed
              on the backe of the said Pattent bearing date the second day of
              Novemb.r anno Domini One thousand six hundred seaventy two,

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