Deed from Jacob Remick, 1 September 1842–A

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twentieth day of January A. D. 1842 which is recorded in the Clerks office of aforesaid at in deed book No. 3 on pages 178— 179— and 180 to which reference is here made. To have and to hold the same unto the said Joseph Smith and his heirs and assigns forever, so that neither I the said nor my heirs shall have any Claim or Claims to the before granted premises or their appurtenances forever and I the said and my heirs hereby covenant to and with the said Joseph Smith and his heirs and assigns that they will warrant and forever defend the premises aforesaid against the lawful Claims and demands of all persons claiming by through or under me or them and no more, and Hannah [Shaw] Remick wife of the said for the consideration aforesaid doth hereby release and relinquish unto the said Joseph Smith and his heirs and assigns all her right to dower into and to the premises aforesaid forever.
In testimony whereof we the said and Hannah Remick have hereunto set our hands and seals this first day of Sept. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty two.
Seal
Hannah Remick Seal
In presents of
 
Iowa Territory) ss.
)
Be it remembered that on this twelvth day of September A.D. 1842 personally appeared and Hannah his wife before me a Notary Public in and for said and acknowledged to me that they executed the foregoing deed for the purposes therein named, they being personally known to me to be the same individuals who executed said deed and Hannah Remick wife of the said on a private examination separate and apart from her said acknowledged to me that she executed the same without any fear or compulsion of her said
Notary Public
<​And recorded October 4, 1842 at 4 O’clock P. M.​> [p. 450]
twentieth day of January A. D. 1842 which is recorded in the Clerks office of aforesaid at in deed book No. 3 on pages 178— 179— and 180 to which reference is here made. To have and to hold the same unto the said Joseph Smith and his heirs and assigns forever, so that neither I the said nor my heirs shall have any Claim or Claims to the before granted premises or their appurtenances forever and I the said and my heirs hereby covenant to and with the said Joseph Smith and his heirs and assigns that they will warrant and forever defend the premises aforesaid against the lawful Claims and demands of all persons claiming by through or under me or them and no more, and Hannah Shaw Remick wife of the said for the consideration aforesaid doth hereby release and relinquish unto the said Joseph Smith and his heirs and assigns all her right to dower in and to the premises aforesaid forever.
In testimony whereof we the said and Hannah Remick have hereunto set our hands and seals this first day of Sept. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty two.
Seal
Hannah Remick Seal
In presents of
 
Iowa Territory) ss.
)
Be it remembered that on this twelvth day of September A.D. 1842 personally appeared and Hannah his wife before me a Notary Public in and for said and acknowledged to me that they executed the foregoing deed for the purposes therein named, they being personally known to me to be the same individuals who executed said deed and Hannah Remick wife of the said on a private examination separate and apart from her said acknowledged to me that she executed the same without any fear or compulsion of her said
Notary Public
And recorded October 4, 1842 at 4 O’clock P. M. [p. 450]
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