Sunday, January 31, 2010

Martin Roark & William Roark 1817 Deed (Blog Post 2)

Gallatin Co., Illinois, Deed from Book "A", Page 58 (Part 2):

...and the presents are upon the....shall and do will and truly pass as.....sum of one hundred and fifty dollars with legal interest for the sum of... the first day of January one thousand eight hundred and eighteen then and in....very matter and thing herein contained shall (?) and utterly...purposes any thing herein contained to the contrary not withstanding and the said William Rowark for himself his Executors and administrators all and singular the said goods & chattels and ..hold stuff by these presents granted bargained and sold and every part thereof unto the said Martin Rowark his Extrs admirs & assigns against him the said William his Exrs & admrs and assigns all and every other person and persons whatsoever shall and will warrant and forever defend by his presents. --The said goods and chattels and household stuff being and remaining in the ...and in the house of the said William Rowark by the consent of the said Martin Roward. In testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hands and affixed our seals this day and year aforesaid before at the beginning of this Indenture written.

Wm Roark {seal}
Martin Roark {seal}

signed sealed & acknowledged in presence of us
Joseph Street & Judy Laughley as to Wm Rowark
Joseph Street as to Martin Rowark

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