Charlestown Land Records, 1638-1802 (Google eBook)

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Rockwell and Churchill, City Printers, 1883 - Charlestown (Boston, Mass.) - 273 pages
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Page 176 - ... per centum per annum of the principal which remained due at the beginning of the year in which every such payment is to be paid, in case the said AB shall be resident upon the said living, for the time mentioned in, and according to the true intent and meaning of the said act ; and...
Page 170 - That the said mortgagor, his heirs, executors, administrators, or some or one of them, shall and will well and truly pay or cause to be paid...
Page 165 - Gove, doe promise to pay 50' to my Brother Edward Gove, for my father in law Mansfeild, and my mother, in full payment of his portion due to Edward from them. And that neither he nor I will ever trouble my father and mother, for any more debts or house, from the beginning of the world to this same day. And where upon I have receeved in full satisfaction a hogg and a pige.
Page 180 - Drink, Apparel and Lodging with other Necessaries during the said term; and at the end of the said Term to Pay unto him the usual Allowance, according to the Custom of the Country in the like kind.
Page 41 - Possessions [73], as follows: 3. ffoure acres of earable land by estimation, more or lesse, scituate in the...
Page 1 - A high way. 7. foure acres of land by estimation, more or lesse, scituate in the line feilde, butting southwest upon...
Page 184 - In witnesse whereof the parties aforesaid have to these presents interchangeably sett their , hands and seales the day and year first above written In p r ncia nrn.
Page 170 - Years from thence next ensuing, and fully to be compleat and ended...
Page 175 - Containing one hundred and Ten Acres, be the same more or less, being butted and bounded as foloweth, viz...
Page 163 - Lord god everlasting : Knowe yee that for divers good causes and considerations us thereunto moveing, especially for and in consideration of the full and just sum of Twelve pounds sterling to us in hand well and truly contented and paid, whereof we doe hereby Acknowledge to have received of John Buridge of...

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