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Proceedings of the Court of Chancery, 1669-1679
Volume 51, Page 92   View pdf image (33K)
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        92    Chancery Court Proceedings, 1672.

       Liber C D  Rent of the Land, then by the Oaths of Twelve men by virtue of
              the writt afores.d Returned to be paid to the Owner of the Land So
       (fol. 103) found and returned as afores.d Said Grant from us our heirs &
              Successors, or from our Lieuten.t & Chief Governo.r here as afores.d
              Should be Good and valuable in Law to the Grantee af.d for any
              Terme of years not Exceeding Eighty years as aforesaid against all
              psons whatsoever any Law Custom or usage theretofore had made
              or used in our Said province to the contrary thereof in any wise
              notwithstanding as by the S.d Act of Generall Assembly Assembly
              Remaining upon Record in our Secretaries office of our Said province
              of maryland relation being thereunto had more fully and more at
              Large the Same doth and may appear, In pursuance of act
              Jacob Young in our County of Baltemore in our s.d province of
              Maryland Gent did purchase out of our Said Court of Can.ry our
              Said writt according to the form in the Said Act Set down bearing
              date the fourteenth day of may in the year of our Dominion
              over our Said province directed to our Sheriff of our S.d County
              of Baltemore Commanding him by the Oaths of Twelve honest &
              Lawfull men of his Bailywick diligently to Enquire if it were to the
              damage of us or others if we Should Grant to Jacob Young of Balte
              more County Gent Ten acres of Land in Susquehanna River at the
              Land Called perry point in the Said County with Liberty and Licence
              thereon to Set a water mill, as also Liberty to take fell cut down &
              Carry away either by Land or water any wood or Timber fit for
              building of a mill other than Board timber fitt to Splitt into Clap
              board upon upon any of the Land next adjoining to the Said ten
              acres of Land Lying in Susquehannah River at perry point aforesaid,
              of whom the Said Land was holden, and of what value they were by
              the year according to the true value of them, without any further
              Improvemt thereof made and the Inquisition thereon taken to return
              to to us into our Said Court of Chancery without delay under his
              Seales & the Seales of them by whom it was made, By virtue of
              writt our Said Sheriff did return his Inquisition Indented into our
              Said Court of Chancery being duly taken the nine & Twentieth day
              of June Last past whereby the Said Jurors upon their Oaths found
           p. 81 that to Grant unto Jacob Young ten acres of Land as aforesaid for
        (fol. 103) the Erecting of a water mill within a Creek called Perry Creek near
              to Susquehannah River lately the land of mr John Bateman but now
              as Supposed by the Said Jurors to be in y.e possession of Cap.t
              Richard Perry of Calvert County will be in no way any damage to
              us or to the owner of the Said Land in falling of Timber or other
              wise more than will be made Good to the Tennant in possession by
              the payment of the yearly Rent of four pence for and during the
              Term of Eighty years according to the Act of Assembly in that
              Case provided and that the Said Land is holden of our manno.r of

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