Nauvoo Registry of Deeds, Deed Record Book A, 1840–1843

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with the contents of the said Deed and examined seperate and apart from her acknowledged that she had executed the same and relinquished her right of dower to the primises therin conveyed voulintary freely and without compulsion of her , Given under my hand and seal this 22nd. day of April 1843 Abm. Lincoln Seal Justice of the peace.
Recorded April 28th. 1843
 
No. 127
Deed
to Fredrick Meryweather for W 1/2 L 2 in B 10 in second addition of to the City of
Know all men by these presents that I and my wife of the county of and State of have for the consideration of Two hundred Dollars Received to our full satisfaction, barganed and sold unto Fredrick Meryweather of the city of and State of a certin peice and parcel of Land situate in the city of in the county of and State of and is known as the west half of Lot. No. 2, in Block No. 10, in the second addition of to the city of and is fronting on a street called sidney containing in quanty one eight of an square surveyed for four acres togather with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining To have and to hold the above described Lot. of Land unto the said Fredrick meryweather his heirs forever and I and my wife will forever defend the above premises to the said Fredrick Meryweather forever against the Lawful claiming of all persons whatsoever and will forever warat and defend by these presents In witness whereof we have this the 17. Day of April 1843 set to our names and affixed our seals L. S. L. S. State of Illinois I, Abraham Lincon a Justice of peace of said do certify that and his wife whose signatueres appears to the foregoing Deed and who are personally Known to me to be the persons described in and who executed the same did severally acknowledge that they had executed the said conveyance for the uses and purpuses therein mentioned and the said , having been by me made acquainted with the contents of said Deed and examined Seperate and a part from her said acknowledged that she had executed the same and [p. 132]
with the contents of the said Deed and examined seperate and apart from her acknowledged that she had executed the same and relinquished her right of dower to the primises therin conveyed voulintary freely and without compulsion of her , Given under my hand and seal this 22nd. day of April 1843 Abm. Lincoln Seal Justice of the peace.
Recorded April 28th. 1843
 
No. 127
Deed
to Fredrick Meryweather for W 1/2 L 2 in B 10 in second addition of to the City of
Know all men by these presents that I and my wife of the county of and State of have for the consideration of Two hundred Dollars Received to our full satisfaction, barganed and sold unto Fredrick Meryweather of the city of and State of a certin peice and parcel of Land situate in the city of in the county of and State of and is known as the west half of Lot. No. 2, in Block No. 10, in the second addition of to the city of and is fronting on a street called sidney containing in quanty one eight of a square surveyed for four acres togather with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining To have and to hold the above described Lot. of Land unto the said Fredrick meryweather his heirs forever and I and my wife will forever defend the above premises to the said Fredrick Meryweather forever against the Lawful claiming of all persons whatsoever and will forever warat and defend by these presents In witness whereof we have this the 17. Day of April 1843 set to our names and affixed our seals L. S. L. S. State of Illinois I, Abraham Lincon a Justice of peace of said do certify that and his wife whose signatueres appears to the foregoing Deed and who are personally Known to me to be the persons described in and who executed the same did severally acknowledge that they had executed the said conveyance for the uses and purpuses therein mentioned and the said , having been by me made acquainted with the contents of said Deed and examined Seperate and a part from her said acknowledged that she had executed the same and [p. 132]
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