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Moses and Aaron Wilcox, Land Deed 1822


Transcription: Moses and Aaron Wilcox deed to the Township of Twinsburg

To all people to whom were present shall come Greeting. Know ye that we Moses & Aaron Wilcox both of Killingworth County of Middlesex state of Con. for the consideration of fifty dollars received to our full satisfaction of the Township of Twinsburg Portage County State of Ohio do give grant – bargain as sale and confirm the Trustees & their successors in office a certain piece of land situated in Twinsburg Portage County Ohio containing six acres Bounded to wit. Beginning at the center of the east and west road at the center of the afsd[aforesaid] Township there to run north thirty two rods – thence west thirty rods – thence south thirty two rods – thence east to the place of beginning to contain six acres of land. To have and to hold the above granted & bargained promise with the appurtenances. Thereof to their own proper use and behalf. And also we the said Moses and Aaron do for ourselves & our heirs, executors & administrators covenant with the said Township Trustees afsd that at and until the unsealing of these presents we are seized of the promises as a good indefeasible estate. In fee simple I have a good right to bargain & sell the same in manner & form as above written.

And furthermore we the said Moses and Aaron Wilcox Huldah Wilcox and Mable Wilcox do by these present bind ourselves and our heirs forever to warrants & defined the above granted & bargained premises to the aforesaid Township Trustees & their successors in office against all claims and demands whatsoever. In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands & seals this twentieth day of February One Thousand Eight hundred and twenty-two.
In presence of Moses Wilcox {seal}
Isiah Myrick Aaron Wilcox {seal}
Frederick Stanley. Huldah Wilcox {seal}
Mabel Wilcox {seal}
By their attorney Elijah W Bronson {seal}

The State of Ohio
Portage County
Personally appeared before me the subscribe one of acting Justice of the Peace for said county there within named thus within named Elijah W. Bronson who acknowledged that he did voluntarily sign seal & deliver the within deed of conveyance for the purpose therein expressed. Given under my hand & seal this twentieth day of February 1822
Samuel Vail Justice of the Peace {seal}
Received and Recorded January 1st 1828 L Day Recorder
The State of Ohio
Portage County
I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of a record contained in Book I
(II) at pages 339 & 340 of the Records of Deeds in said County.
In testimony where as I have here unto set my hand and affixed my official seal this 13th day of July 1839
John N. Skinner Recorder

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