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Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1666-1670
Volume 57, Page 285   View pdf image (33K)
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              Provincial Court Proceedings, 1668. 285

     time of payment that then it shall and may be law full to and for the Liber FF
     said William Calvert his heires executors admrs or assignes to dis-
     traine upon the premisses and for want of a suffitient distress there
     to be found to renter and the same to hold and enjoy as his or there
     former estate And the said William Calvert doth further binde him-
     selfe his heires executors admts to warrant and defend the premisses
     from all just Claimes whatsoever Provided that the said Martin Kerke
     his heires executors admrs or assignes do answer to all Courts that
     shall or may be held in the mannor of St Gabriells In Wittnesse
     whereof the said parties have to these Indentures interchangably sett
     there hands and seales the day and yeare aboue Written
    Signed sealed and Delivered    William Calvert (sealed)
      in the presents of us
         Robert R King
            his marke
         Mathew Stone

      This Indenture made the third day of October in the yeare of Our
     Lord god One thousand six hundred sixty One betweene William
     Calvert of St Maries in the County of St Maries escp of the one
     party and Thomas and Henry Potter in the mannor of St Gabriels in
     the said County of St Maries of the other party Wittnesseth that the
     said William Calvert for divers good Causes and Consideracons him
     thereunto Especially moueing hath sold demissed Granted and to
     farme Letten and by these presents doth sell demise and Grant to
     the said Thomas and Henry potter theire heires Executors admrs and [p. 581]
     assignes for ever All that his Tenement or plantacon Coñrnnly
     Knowne and Called by the name of (potters plantacon Begining
     at a marked Oake standing by a percimon march and runing west
     and by north by the Creeke side for the length of One hundred
     perches to a marked pockicory standing by the Creeke side nere the
     fence that devideth the Land of John Biscoe from the said plantacon
     bounding on the west and north with a line drawne north East from
     the said pockicory for the length of two hundred and twenty perches
     to a marked white Oake standing by Phaepoes Path on the East and
     south with a line drawne south East from the end of the former
     line to a marked Gumm and a line drawne south west from the said
     guth to the first marked Oake at the percimon marsh Containeing
     and now laid Out for one hundred and flinty Acres more or lesse:
     with appurtañces And all houses Edeffices buildings tobacco houses
     and all Out houses Orchards and gardings thereunto belonging To
     have and to hold unto them the said Thomas and Henry potter there
     heires executrs admrs and assignes all and singular the premisses with
     the appurtenflcs for ever Yeilding and thereout yearely paying unto
     the said William Calvert his heires execurs admrs or assignes at the
     mansion house of the said William Calvert in Calverts rest two henns

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