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Proceedings of the County Court of Charles County, 1658-1666
Volume 53, Page 265   View pdf image (33K)
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          Charles County Court Proceedings, 1658-1662.     265

    that Mr Neuill declared himself therwith Contented and when the Liber A
    Court Came afterwards and Mr Neuill not beeing payd and Mr Ritch
    was going away Mr Neuill Procured a warrant with others that
    Joyned with him to fetch him to the Court and that the sheriff
    braught him to the sayd Court and that as soone as euer hee had
    braught him hee went with him through the hail into the kitching and
    this deponant Coming to them Mr Batchelor desired absence alleaging
    that hee had som priuate buisnes with Mr Ritch but after that hee
    neuer saw Mr Ritch and this deponant asking Mr Batchelor what was
    becom of Mr Ritch Mr Batchelor bid him go looke and further sayeth

      Gus Glouer desired this Insuing bill of sayle to bee Recorded
      Know all men by thees Presants that I Edmond Lendsey of Porto
    bacco in Charleses County Planter haue sould and by thees Presants
    doe sell for a valewable Consideration unto Gills Glouer of the County
    aforsayd Planter too hundered acres of land lung and beeing upon
    the Eastermost branch of Nangemie Creeke now Auon Riuer Runing
    north and by west for breadth and East and by north for lenght into
    the woods to haue and to hould the sayd Land with all iust Priuileges
    and Profits unto him the sayd Gus Glouer his heirs and assignes from [p. 2551
    the date hearof for euer and further I the sayd Edmond Lendsey doe
    warrant the sayd sayle from all iust Claimes in the law in testimonie
    whearof of I haue hearunto set my hand and seale this 4th of septem
    ber 1660               The marke of
    Sealed Seigned and deliuered  Edmond + Lendsey
      in the presence of us              0
         Tho: Robinson
         Roger Isham
    Acknowledged by Edmond Lendsey in open Court:

      and in open Court endossed one the bake sid of the sayd bill of sayd
    Know all men by thees Presants that wee Gils and Elisabeth Glouer
    for us and Owr heirs Executors Administrators and assignes for
    euer doe hearby assigne all owr Right titell and interest of this bill
    of sayle unto Jacob Lumbroso alias John Lumbrozo (he the sayd
    Lumbroso Paying the Lord Proprietaries Rent for it) for the futur
    for a valewable Consideration alredie Receaued and do also warrant
    to defend the sayd land and euery part and parcell hearin specified
    against all Claime or Claimes whatsoeuer in the law at owr owne
    proper Cost and Charge of suit as witnes this ow hands this 1st of
    October Ao 1660           Gils Glouer 0
    Seigned Sealed and Deliuered        his marke     seale
      in open Court in Charles Countie Elisabeth + Glouer 0
    Ita testimonium facit        her marke  seale
        Georgius Thompsonus Amanuensis

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