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1800 Deed Salem County, NJ : Bateman Lloyd, Jr. and Abigail h/w to Charles Dalbow

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1800 Deed Salem County, NJ : Bateman Lloyd, Jr. and Abigail h/w to Charles Dalbow

Valerie N. Caulfield (View posts)
Posted: 17 Nov 2003 6:16PM GMT
Classification: Deed
Surnames: Acton, Cook, Cripps, Dalbow, Hall, Haines, Lloyd, Mayhew, Richman, Summerill, Wade
Salem County Courthouse
Salem, New Jersey, USA
Clerk's Records
Deed Book B; p. 22

Surnames: : Acton, Cook, Cripps, Dalbow, Hall, Haines, Lloyd, Mayhew. Richman, Summerill, Wade


Bateman Lloyd, Jr. of Pilesgrove Township, Merchant, and Abigail his wife to Charles Dalbow of Upper Penns Neck Township, Yeoman

Whereas an Act of General Assembly of the Province of New Jersey in the 17th Year of King George the 2nd, Subjecting Real Estates on NJ to payment of debt. A Judgement in the Inferior Court of Common Pleas against Frances Wade at suit of Henry Haines for L356.16.10 plus L1. 10.9 cost of suit, authorized the High Sheriff, Benjamin Cripps to make a sale of a tract of 321 acres land and premises, which William Summerill of UPN and Rhoda h/w by indenture dated 9 Apr 1783 had granted to said Frances Wade in fee of., at a public vendue held 13 Aug 1788, Bateman Lloyd Jr being the highest bidder.

Now Lloyd sells to the following parcel to Dolbow for consideration of L130.0.0

Beginning at a white oak
Thence S 63 degrees E 12 chains and 30 links to a Black oak corner.
Thence S 17 degrees E 14 chains and 75 links to a stake in a pond.
Thence S 88 degrees and 30" E 35 Chains and 25 links to a stake.
Thence N 30 degrees W 57 chains and 50 links to a stake corner of James Cook lands bought of Lloyd.
Thence by Cook's land S 43 degrees W 34 chains and 40 links to a stake in the edge of a swamp.
Thence S 39 degrees E 3 chains to the beginning.

Containing 125 acres of Land and Swamp more or less.

Signed and Sealed
Bateman Lloyd, Jr.
Abigail Lloyd

Witnessed:
William Hall
David Richman

Acknowledged 25 Feb 1790 by John Mayhew
Recorded 17 march 1800 by Clement Acton, Recorder
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