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       and all Effects thereof shall be and enure and shall be Construed Deemed and taken to be and
       enure to the only Use and Behoof of the same Isaac Freeman his Heirs and Assigns for ever and to no
       other Use Intent or Purpose whatsoever and that the same Isaac Freeman and his Heirs and all &
       every other Person and Persons whatsoever who shall signed and be Seized of all or any part of the above
       mentioned Tracts and Parcels of Lands Tenements and Appurtenances by Force and Virtue of the Recovery
       afsd or otherways howsoever shall stand and be Seized thereof and of every part and parcel thereof with
       the Appurtenances to and for the proper Use and Behoof of him the said Isaac Freeman his Heirs and
       Assigns for ever and to and for no other Use Intent or Purpose whatsoever In Witness whereof the
       Partys afsd to these Presents have hereunto Interchangeably set their hands and Seals the day
       and Year first above Written
       Sealed & Delivered in                                                                           Andrew Pearce   Seal
       Presence of                                                                                          Isaac Freeman   Seal
       W.m Ringgold
       James Nicols
                                     On the Back of the aforegoing Deed was thus Endorsed Viz.t

       On the Twenty ninth day of October Anno Dom One Thousand seven hundred and Fifty one
       Andrew Pearce and Isaac Freeman within named came Personally before Us the Under written
       Two of his Lordships Justices for Kent County and did Acknowledge the within Written
       Indenture to be their Act and Deed to and for the Uses Intents and Purposes therein contained
       and mentioned In Testimony whereof We have hereunto set our hands the Day and Year
       above Written                                                                  B Hands
       Recorded Dec.r 3.d 1751                                                Jerves Spencer
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Ex.d This Indenture made this fifth day of November in the Year of our Lord Christ One Thousand
       Seven hundred and fifty one Between Thomas Butler of Queen Annes County in the Province of Maryland
       Planter of the one part and Michael Green Junior of the same County Planter of the other part Whereas the
       same Thomas Butler in April Term last past did Commence Prosecute and bring one Writ of Entry Sur
       Disseisin against the same Michael Green thereby Demanding all that Parcel & Tract of Land called &
       commonly known by the Name of Aulder Branch Scituate and being heretofore in Talbot County now in
       Queen Annes County afsd on the North side of Corsica Creek in Chester River Beginning at a marked
       Oak upon a Point near the Mouth of a Branch called Aulder or Ouler Branch and running North
       North East by the Creek side for Breadth fifty Perches to a marked Ash Tree bounding on the
       North by a Line drawn East and by North from the Ash Tree for length three hundred and twenty
       Perches on the East by a line drawn South South West from the end of the East and by North line
       fifty Perches on the South by a Line drawn West and by South to Aulder or Ouler Branch on the
       West with the said Creek containing and laid out for One hundred Acres of Land more or less with
       the Appurtenances thereunto belonging unto which said Writ the same Michael Green did appear
       and did Vouch to Warranty thereof Benjamin Freeman who being present in Court in his Proper
       Person Warranted the Lands and Tenements afsd with the Appurtenances unto the same Thomas
       Butler and afterwards departed in Contempt of the Court and made default whereby a good perfect
       and common Recovery of the same Land and Appurtenances with Single Voucher over according
       to the form and Course of Common Recoverys in such Case Used was in due form of Law
       suffered and Executed Now this Indenture Witnesseth That the same Thomas
                                                                                                                   (Butler)


 
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