Deed for Moses Chapman and Adah Coe farm, (originally known as the Uriah Chapman and Sybil Cook farm as referenced in the last will and testament for Uriah Chapman, Palmyra, Pike, Pennsylvania), to John Pellet and George Pellet
This indenture made the fourteenth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty-two between Moses C. Chapman of Palmyra Township in the County of Pike and State of Penn. and Adah his wife of the one part and John Pellet Jr. and George P. Pellet of the Township, County, and State aforesaid of the other part. Witnesseth that the said Moses Chapman and Adah his wife for and in consideration of the sum of seven hundred dollars lawful money of the United States to them in hand paid by the said John Pellet Jr. and George Pellet. The ______ _______ is hereby acknowledged _____gra___ bargained and sold aliened _______ _______ and confirmed and by their presence doth grant, bargain and sell alien _____ of in to or out of the same to have and to hold de______ bed _______ lots ____ and ____of land ____taments and premises with the support _______ unto the said John Pellet Jr. and George Pellet their heirs and assigns to the only _______ and be______ of them the said to John Pellet Jr. and George Pellet their heirs and assigns forever and the said Moses Chapman and his wife Adah for themselves, there heirs and administrators do covenant and _______ the above granted premises to them the said John Pellet Jr. and George Pellet their heirs and ________ against all lawful claims and demands of any person or persons whatsoever will _______ forever warrant and degend by their presence in witness whereas the said parties to their presence have been so interchangeably set their hands and seal this day and year find above written. Moses Chapman (seal) Adah (her mark) (seal) sealed and delivered in _______ of Moses Killam and Dethie Hewit _______ this of _______ day of June A.D. 1822 John Pellet Jr. and George Pellet the sum of seven hundred dollars in full for the above consideration mention witnessed by hand the day and year above written. Moses Chapman witnessed at signing Moses Killam and Dethie Hewit Pike County _______ before me Moses Killam. One of the parties of the _______ in and for said county came Moses Chapman and Adah his wife and acknowledged the written indenture and deed conveyance to be their _______ _______ and deed, the said Adah being first separately and apart examined from her husband and the contents thereof to her made known and the same may be recorded as _______ and George Pellet and to their heirs and assigns all _______ two lots _______ of land being parts of the Wallenpaughpack Manor (situate in Palmyra Township in the County of Wayne and State of Penn. marked and designated as number 18 and 37 in a general draft of the survey of said manuel made by George Palmer Esquire deputy surveyor of Northampton County bounded and described by as follows towit number 18 begins at a stone thence by purchase. _______ north thirty one and a half degrees west thirty perches to a heap of stones north thirty one degrees west one hundred thirty nine and three quarters to a post thence by a lot surveyed to Moses Chapman and proprietors north thirty nine degrees east fifty one perches to a white oak thence by Steven Bennet's land south thirty degrees and three quarters east one hundred and thirty perches one fourth of a perch to a heap of stones north sixty nine and a half degrees east ten and a half perches to a chestnut tree south thirty degrees east thirty two and three quarters perches to a chestnut thence by _______ south fifty nine degrees west sixty and a half to the beginning.) Containing fifty two acres one hundred and fourteen perches and the allowance of _______ _______ for roads and highways. Number 37 beginning at a heap of stones thence by proprietories land north twenty five perches to a heap of stones twenty six degrees 54 perches to a heap of stones south twenty-five perches to a heap of stone thence by land surveyed to John Connet. North twenty six degrees west fifty four perches to the place of beginning. Containing seven acres and one hundred and fifteen perches and the allowance of six percent for roads and highways being the same two lots of land which Samuel Styreaves of Canton in the County of Northampton and State of Penn. _______ by this indenture _______ date the sixth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eight and recorded in the office for recording of deeds _______ _______ in the county of Wayne the sixth day of June A.D. 1808 in deed book No. 2 Page 126 conveyed the same to Uriah Chapman who by his last will and testament duly proven and registered in the registerors office in and for the county of Pike gave and bequeathed the same unto his son Moses Chapman party to these presents (reference thereunto being had will more fully appear together with all and singular the ways, woods and waters water ones rights, liberties, privileges _______ and _______ thereunto belonging and in any way were appertaining and the remainder and remainders _______ and _____ _____ _____ and profits thereof and all the estate right title interest property claim and demand whatsoever).
John Pellet Jr. and George Pellet the sum of $700. in full for the above consideration mentioned witnesseth my hand the day and year above written Moses Chapman witnessed and signing Moses Killam and Bethie Hewit Pike County before me Moses Killam on of the trustees of the place in and for said county came Moses Chapman and Adah his wife and acknowledged the within indenture and deed of conveyance to be their fee act and deed the said Adah being first separately and apart examined from her husband and the contents thereof to have made known and that the same may be recorded as such I have hereunto set my hand and hold thirtieth day of June A.D. 1822 Moses Killam _____ _____
Recorded July 13th 1822
Randolph D. Gregory
Prothonotary, Register & Recorder
And Clerk of Courts
NOTE: This is a copy of the deed for my 3rd great grandparents who sold the family farm in Palmyra, Pike Penn. in 1822 before moving to Ohio, and that had been willed to Moses as mentioned in the Last Will and Testament for Uriah Chapman.
Jack Chapman CFA member #417