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Provincial Court Land Records, 1749-1756
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       his Heirs and Assigns forever and to no other Use intent or Purpose whatsoever And the said Charles
       Craycroft for himself and his Heirs doth Covenant Grant and Agree All and Singular the Land and
       Premisses afsd with all and singular the Appurtenances against all manner of Persons forever to
       Warrant and Defend to the said Charles Carroll his Heirs and Assigns forever In Witness whereof the
       Parties to these Presents Interchangeably have set their hands and Seals the Day and Year
       first above Written                                                                           Charles Craycroft   seal
       Sealed and Deliv.d
       in the presence of
       MMacnemara   W.m Baker

       On the Back of the aforegoing Deed was thus Endorsed Viz.t

       1749 Oct. 2,   Received of Charles Carroll Esq the Sum of five Pounds Sterling being the Consideration
       Money within mentioned                                                                                 Charles Craycroft
       Witness MMacnemara   W.m Baker

        1749 Oct.r 2   Then came before me the Subscriber one of his Lordships Justices of the Provincial Court
4      Charles Craycroft and Acknowledged the within Deed according to the Act of Assembly in such Cases made
        and Provided                                                                                        Robert Gordon
        Recorded March 1750

Ex.d This Indenture made the fifth day of April Anno Domini one Thousand Seven hundred and fifty Between
        Daniel Rawlings Senior of Baltimore County in the Province of Maryland Planter on the one part and William
        Hunt of the City of London in the Kingdom of Great Britain Merchant on the other part Whereas the said
        Daniel Rawlings stands Justly and Bonafide indebted unto the sid William Hunt in the Sum of Two
        hundred forty and four Pounds fifteen Shillings and four Pence Sterling Money of Great Britain and having
        not wherewithall in the World immediately to pay the same is willing and desirous to Secure the paym.t
        thereof by all manner of ways and means in his Power Now this Indenture Witnesseth That the
        said Daniel Rawlings for and in Consideration of the afsd Debt and of the further sum of five Shillings Sterling
       Money of Great Britain to him in hand paid by the said William Hunt the receipt whereof he the said Daniel
       Rawlings doth hereby Acknowledge and thereof and therefrom and from every part and parcel thereof doth
       Acquit Exonerate and forever Discharge the said William Hunt his Heirs Executors and Assigns He
       the said Daniel Rawlings Hath Granted Bargained Sold Aliened Enfeoffed and Confirmed And by these Presents
       Doth for himself his Heirs Exors and Grant Bargain Sell Alien Enfeoffe Confirm unto him the
       said William Hunt his Heirs Exors and Assigns All those Two hundred Acres of Land lying Baltimore
       County whereon the said Daniel Rawlings now Dwelleth being part or parcel of two Tracts of Land Granted
       to the said Daniel Rawlings the one called Jeopardy containing two hundred and fifty Acres the other called
       Addition to Jeopardy containing one hundred Acres the said two hundred Acres being the remaining part of
       the afsd two Tracts exclusive of one hundred and fifty acres part thereof Sold by the said Daniel Rawlings
       in the Year one Thousand Seven hundred and thirty & one unto a certain Christopher Randall Together with all
       Houses Gardens Orchards Woods Underwoods Timber Timber Trees and all other Improvements
       Advantages and Appurtenances to the same Two hundred Acres of Land belonging or in any wise
       Appertaining And the Reversion and Reversions Remainder and Remainders Rents Issues and
       Profits thereof And all the Estate Right Title Interest Property Claim or Demand whatsoever of him the
       said Daniel Rawlings his Heirs Executors or Administrators of in or to the same or any and every part
       or parcel thereof As also doth Bargain Sell Assign and make over by these Presents unto him the said
       William Hunt his Executors and Assigns thirteen head of Black Cattle Viz.t one Steer of five Year old
       one Bull, Six Cows, three Heifers of three Year old each, two Yearlings of one Year old each all of said
       Cattle being Marked with a Crop and Slit in the left Ear and a Crop and upper cut in the Right Ear ten
       head of Hoggs of two Year old each marked as before mentioned eight head of old Sheep, three Lambs one
       Grey Horse called Dobbin branded on the near Shoulder thus I one Black Mare named Bug Branded
       on the near Shoulder with a Swivel Stirrup Iron one Bay Mare named Flye Branded on the

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