Deed, 3 June 1841 [Underwood, Bald, Spencer & Hufty v. Rigdon et al.]

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& others pr. Shff. to Deed.
To all People to whom these Presents shall come— Greeting:
Whereas Thomas Underwood, Robert Bald, Asa Spencer, & Samuel Hafty [Hufty] did on the sixteenth day of April A.D. 1839, before the Court of Common Pleas in & for the County of , State of Ohio, recover judgment against , Joel Mc.With[e]y, Joseph Smith Junr., Eliphalet Boynton, , , , , , Chancy [Chauncey] G. Webb and , for the sum of one thousand six hundred and forty one dollars and sixty three cents damages, and also twenty dollars and ninety two cents costs of suit in a certain action of assumpsit, before that time brought by said Underwood, Bald, Spencer & Hafty against said & others above named defendants in said suit, and then determined, in said Court, as appears of record in the same Court:— And whereas afterwards, to wit: on the 29th. day of April A.D. 1839, a writ of fieri facias issued out of said Court on said judgment, directed to the of said commanding him that of the goods and chattels, and for want of goods & chattels, of the lands and tenements of the said defendants he should cause to be made the damages & costs aforesaid & have the monies before said Court, to be holden on the 24th. day of June then next, which writ was delivered to 2d. then being Sheriff of said , for execution, by virtue of which the said , by direction of plaintiffs Attorney, on the 20th. day of May A.D. 1839, levied upon six pieces, parcels, lots <​or tracts​> of land situate in the Township of , then, in the County of (now in Lake County) State of , and, among other lands so levied on, were the three following lots, pieces or parcels, to wit: All that piece beginning at the south corner of a small piece of Land heretofore deeded by and wife to J. Smith Junr. on which the said Smith erected a store house it being near the top of the hill South of Lyman & Clark’s Mills on ; thence West about sixteen rods and nine links to a stake; thence North eight rods to a stake; thence East twelve rods & twenty three links to a stake in the centre of the old Chilicothe Road; thence Southerly along the centre of said road eight rods to the place of beginning, containing ninety six rods of ground, be the same more or less.— Also the following lot, commencing at the north-east corner of a lot of ground heretofore deeded from & wife, to in the centre of the old Chilicothe Road leading from to ; thence East to the Centre of the Street as contemplated by City Plat, so called; thence south eight rods; thence West to the centre of said Chilicothe Road; thence on the centre of said road, northwardly to the place of beginning:— Also the following lot, to wit; part of Lot No. 17, bounded as follows— Beginning at the South-east corner of a piece of land deeded from to Joseph Smith Junr.; thence due South, on the line of a piece of land deeded from to , six rods to a post; thence West eleven rods to a post; thence North six rods to the place of beginning, containing sixty six rods of ground more or less, and caused [p. 513]
& others pr. Shff. to Deed.
To all People to whom these Presents shall come— Greeting:
Whereas Thomas Underwood, Robert Bald, Asa Spencer, & Samuel Hafty [Hufty] did on the sixteenth day of April A.D. 1839, before the Court of Common Pleas in & for the County of , State of Ohio, recover judgment against , Joel Mc.Withey, Joseph Smith Junr., Eliphalet Boynton, , , , , , Chancy [Chauncey] G. Webb and , for the sum of one thousand six hundred and forty one dollars and sixty three cents damages, and also twenty dollars and ninety two cents costs of suit in a certain action of assumpsit, before that time brought by said Underwood, Bald, Spencer & Hafty against said & others above named defendants in said suit, and then determined, in said Court, as appears of record in the same Court:— And whereas afterwards, to wit: on the 29th. day of April A.D. 1839, a writ of fieri facias issued out of said Court on said judgment, directed to the of said commanding him that of the goods and chattels, and for want of goods & chattels, of the lands and tenements of the said defendants he should cause to be made the damages & costs aforesaid & have the monies before said Court, to be holden on the 24th. day of June then next, which writ was delivered to 2d. then being Sheriff of said , for execution, by virtue of which the said , by direction of plaintiffs Attorney, on the 20th. day of May A.D. 1839, levied upon six pieces, parcels, lots or tracts of land situate in the Township of , then, in the County of (now in Lake County) State of , and, among other lands so levied on, were the three following lots, pieces or parcels, to wit: All that piece beginning at the south corner of a small piece of Land heretofore deeded by and wife to J. Smith Junr. on which the said Smith erected a store house it being near the top of the hill South of Lyman & Clark’s Mills on ; thence West about sixteen rods and nine links to a stake; thence North eight rods to a stake; thence East twelve rods & twenty three links to a stake in the centre of the old Chilicothe Road; thence Southerly along the centre of said road eight rods to the place of beginning, containing ninety six rods of ground, be the same more or less.— Also the following lot, commencing at the north-east corner of a lot of ground heretofore deeded from & wife, to in the centre of the old Chilicothe Road leading from to ; thence East to the Centre of the Street as contemplated by City Plat, so called; thence south eight rods; thence West to the centre of said Chilicothe Road; thence on the centre of said road, northwardly to the place of beginning:— Also the following lot, to wit; part of Lot No. 17, bounded as follows— Beginning at the South-east corner of a piece of land deeded from to Joseph Smith Junr.; thence due South, on the line of a piece of land deeded from to , six rods to a post; thence West eleven rods to a post; thence North six rods to the place of beginning, containing sixty six rods of ground more or less, and caused [p. 513]
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