ENTRIES OF BALTEMOIRE TOWN. 7
Memorandum that the above named Mordecai Price con-
veyed his right and title to the above lott No. 56 to Capt.
Robt. Gordon of Annapolis and his heirs forever, who com-
plied with the requisites mentioned in the Act of Assem-
bly for Baltemore Town, James Jackson also conveyed his
right to ye lott No. 38, unto Mr. Samuel Peel and his heirs,
who duly complyed with sd. requisites.
On Thursday the 15th of January 1729 '30 the three
following lotts were taken up by the underwritten gentle-
men, but they forfeited their right thereto by not building
thereupon as required by Act of Assembly. Thomas Sher-
edine, No, 44, William Buckner, No, 53, James Powell,
On Friday ye 16th January 1729 '30 the two fpllowing
lotts were taken up by the following gentlemen, viz. Chas.
Ridgely, No. 44, Luke Trotten, No 36. Some time after-
wards, the said Ridgely conveyed the said lot No. 54 to Mr.
John Diggs, who built upon the same as required by Act of
Assembly in due time.
The above sd Luke Trotten also conveyed his right to the
said lot No. 36 unto Mr. Philip Jones jr. who complied
with the requisites of the Act of Assembly.
On Monday 19 January 1729 '30, the two following lotts
were taken up by the underwritten gentlemen who forfeited
their right thereto by not building the eupon, viz. Capt.
Robert North, No. 10, Richard Hewitt, 35.
On the same day Mr. Lloyd Harris took up the lott No.
50 and fully complied with the requisites in the Act of As-
sembly in due time.
On Tuesday following being the 20th day of January
1729 '30, Capt Thomas Sheredine took up the lott No. 14
in the name and for the use of his son Daniel Sheredine,
but suffer'd their right thereto to become void for want of
building thereon as by Act of Assembly enjoyn'd
On Wednesday being 21st January 1729 '30, Mr. Lloyd
Harris took up the lott No. 56 in the name of John Gorsuch,
which Gorsuch afterward conveyed his right thereto unto
the said Lloyd Harris, which sd Harris built upon as re-
quired by Act of Assembly.
Aprile 18th 1730, David Robinson took up in Baltemore
Town the lott No 47 and afterwards conveyed his right
thereto unto Mr. Richard Gist, who built thereoa as by Act
of Assembly required.
July 1st 1730, Mr. John Bisteau took the lott No. 15 in
Baltemore Town and built thereon.
August 18th 1730, Mr. William Hammond, took up the
lott No. 46.
March 1st 1730 '1 Marline Parlett took up the lott No.
42, in Baltemore Town and forfeited his right thereto by
neglecting to build thereon.