This indenture made this thirtieth Day of May in the Year of our Lord seventeen hundred and sixty three Between Thomas Johnson Junior of the City of Annapolis Attorney at Law of the one part and William Paca of the City of Annapolis Attorney at Law of the other Part Witnesseth that the said Thomas Johnson Junior for and inconsideration of the Sum of One Hundred and eighty Pounds Sterling Money to him in hand by the said William Paca paid at or before the Ensealing and delivery of these Presents the receipt whereof the said Thomas Johnson junior doth hereby acknowledge and thereof and therefrom acquit and discharge the said William Paca his Heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns and every of them by these Presents Hath given granted bargained sold aliened released en___ed and confirmed and by these Presents Doth give grant bargain sell alien release en____ and confirm unto him the said William Paca his Heirs and Assigns All those two Lotts of Ground lying and being in the City of Annapolis aforesaid contiguous and adjoining to each other which were devised by Thomas Bordley Esquire deceased to his Sons John and Thomas and which are distinguished in the Plat of the resurvey of the said City mades by James Stoddart by the Numbers Ninety three and One hundred and four - Together with all Houses Buildings Gardens Ways Waters Easements Profits Commodities Advantages and Appurtenances whatsoever to the said two Lotts of Ground and each of them belonging or in any wise appertaining and the Reversion and Reversions Remainder & Remainders Rents Issues and Profits of the said Two Lotts of Ground and each of them And also all the Estate Right Title Interest Use Trust Property Claim and Demand whatsoever of him the said Thomas Johnson Junior of in to or out of the said Two Lotts of Ground and of in to and out of each of them and Premises with the Appurtenances To have and to hold the said Two Lotts of Ground and Premises with their and Each of their Appurtenances to him the said William Paca his Heirs and Assigns to the only proper use and behoofe of him the said William Paca his Heirs and Assigns forever and to or for no other use intent or Purpose whatsoever And the said Thomas Johnson Junior for himself - his Heirs Executors and Administrators doth here by covenant Promise Grant and Agree to and with the said William Paca his Heirs and Assigns in Manner and form following that is to say That the said Thomas Johnson Junior his Heirs and Assigns and all and every other Person or Persons whatsoever lawfully claiming or which shall or may at any time or Times hereafter lawfully claim any Estate Right Title or Interest of in to or out of the said two Lotts of Ground hereby Granted bargained and Sold or mentioned meant or intended so to be or of in to or out of either any Part of either of them by from or under him the said Thomas Johnson Junior shall and will from time to time and at all times hereafter at and upon the reasonable request and at the proper Costs and Charges in the Law of him the said William Paca his Heirs of Assigns make do execute acknowledge and suffer or cause to be made done executed acknowledged and suffered all and every such further and other reasonable Act and Acts Thing and things Devise and Devises Assurance and Assurances - Conveyance and Conveyances in the Law whatsoever for the better and more perfect Assurance surety and sure making conveying and confirming of the said two Lotts of Ground hereby - Granted bargained and sold or meant mentioned and intended so to be and of each of them with all and singular their and each of their Rights Members and Appurtenances unto him the said William Paca his Heirs or Assigns according to the true intent and meaning of these Presents as by the said William Paca his Heirs or Assigns or by his or their or any of their Counsel learned in the Law shall be reasonably devised or advised and required so as such further assurance or Assurances contain therein no further or greater Warranty or Covenants than are in these Presents contained And that he the said Thomas Johnson Junior and his Heirs the said two Lotts of Ground and each of them and Premisses with their and each of their Appurtenances unto him the said William Paca his Heirs and Assigns against him the said Thomas Johnson Junior and his Heirs and against all other Person or Persons whatsoever claiming or which shall or may hereafter claim under him the said Thomas Johnson Junior shall and will warrant and forever defend by these Presents In Witness whereof the Parties to these Presents have hereunto interchangeably set their Hands and affixed their Seals the Day and Year first above written--
Signed Sealed and Delivered Th. Johnson Junr. (Seal) in the Presence of us - Geo. Clarke William Paca (Seal) Sam. Middleton Junr.On the Back of the aforegoing Deed was this Endorsed Vizt.
Witness, Geo. Clarke Th. Johnson Junr. (Seal) Sam. Middleton Junr.On the seventeenth day of June seventeen hundred and sixty three came before Us the Subscribers two of his Lordships Justices of the Peace for Ann Arundel County the within named Thomas Johnson Junior and acknowledged the within Instrument of Writing to be his Act and Deed and the Two Lotts of Ground therein mentioned and intended to be bargaineed and sold thereby to be the Right Title and Estate of the within named William Paca his Heirs and Assigns for ever according to the true interest and Meaning of the same Writing and the Act of Assembly in such case made and Provided -
Before Reverdy Ghiselin Jno. JjamsJuly 4th 1763 Received of William Paca Esq. one penny Sterling for the use of the Lord Baltimore being the Alienation Fine on the within two Lotts of Land by Virtue of Recorded July the 10th 1763.
Benj. BeallThis indenture made the Sixteenth Day of August in the Year of our Lord Seventeen hundred and Sixty Six Between Thomas Johnson Junior of the City of Annapolis in Ann Arundel County Esquire and Ann his Wife of the one Part and Stephen Hancock of the same county of the other Part Witnesseth that the said Thomas Johnson Junior and Ann his Wife for and in Consideration of the Sum of One hundred and Ninety three Pound Maryland Currency to them in hand- paid by the said Stephen Hancock at or before the Sealing and Delivery of these Presents the receipt Whereof they do hereby Acknowledge and thereof and therefrom.
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