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Deed of Brice B. Brewer and Heirs to Richard H. Brewer and Heirs (1843)


This deed made this First day of July in the year Eighteen hundred and sixty three by us Brice B Brewer and Adeline his wife, Jackson Brewer and Anne M his wife, Augustus Brewer and Laura his wife, Samuel Johns and Emily F. his wife, Jacob D Karch and Sarah J. his wife and Brice B. Sewell and William F. Williams.

Witnesseth: Whereas Brice B. Brewer Senior, Father of Brice B, Richard H, Jackson and Augustus Brewer and Grandfather of the other grantors, conveyed to his six children by deed dated 23rd February 1843 and recorded in Liber W.T.G. No 26 folio 482 etc, a parcel of ground lying in the city of Annapolis, State of Maryland, which had been conveyed to him by Richard I. Jones by deed dated 7th January 1826 and recorded in Liber W. T. G. No 11 folio 472 etc. And whereas the said parcel of ground was divided by John Duvall surveyor on the 24th September 1846 into six separate lots and assigned respectively to his six children by the said Brice B. Brewer Senior as follows to wit: Lot No 1 assigned to Ellen Sewell; Lot No 2 to Brice B. Brewer, Lot No 3 to Richard H. Brewer, Lot No 4 to Jackson Brewer, Lot No 5 to Anna Maria Brewer, Lot No 6 to Augustus Brewer. And whereas we the grantors hereto being desirous to convey to the said Richard H. Brewer any and all our right, title interest or Estate to said Lot No 3 so assigned to the said Richard H. Brewer, do execute these presents.

Now this Deed witnesseth that in consideration of the premises and of the sum of Five dollars to me paid, we the said Brice B. Brewer and Adeline Brewer, Jackson Brewer and Anne M Brewer, Samuel Johns and Emily F Johns, Jacob D. Karch and Sarah J. Karch, Brice B. Sewell and William F. Williams, (the said Emily F. Johns, Sarah J. Karch and Brice B. Sewell being children of the said Ellen Sewell deceased), and the said William F. Williams being the only child of Anna Maria Williams formerly Brewer deceased) do grant unto the said Richard H. Brewer all our right, title, interest and estate both at Law and in Equity in and to the aforesaid lot or part of lot of ground in the City of Annapolis and described as follows: To Wit, Beginning for Lot No 3, it being part of Lot No 36 as marked and numbered on the plot of the City of Annapolis beginning for the same at a post on the west line of Market Street and at the end of the first line of Lot No 2 and running from the said post with the line of Market Street South forth two degrees west eighty seven feet to a post in said line thence North forty nine degrees thirty minutes west Two hundred seventy one feet and six inches to a post thence North forty three degrees East eighty nine feet to a post at the end of the second line of Lot No. 2 thence with said line reverse South forty nine degrees thirty minutes East Two hundred sixty nine feet and six inches to the beginning post containing Twenty three thousand seven hundred and twenty nine square feet of ground.

To Have and to Hold the same with all the appertenances belonging to the said Richard H. Brewer his heirs and assigns forever.

In Witness whereof we hereto set our hands and seals the day and year first herein before written.

Signed sealed and delivered Brice B Brewer

In the presence of Adeline Brewer

Owen M Taylor ______________

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Jackson Brewer

Anna M Brewer

Augustus Brewer

Laura Brewer

Samuel Johns

Emily F Johns

Jacob D Karch

Sarah J Karch

Brice B Sewell

William F Williams

State of Maryland Anne Arundel County to wit,

I hereby certify that on this first day of July in the year 1863 before me the subscriber a Justice of the Peace of the State aforesaid in and for the County aforesaid personally appeared Brice B. Brewer and Adeline Brewer his wife, Jackson Brewer and Anne Brewer his wife, Augustus Brewer and Laura Brewer his wife and did each acknowledge the foregoing deed to be their respective act.

Owen M. Taylor, J.P.

State of Delaware, New Castle County Sat.

I hereby certify that on this third day of July in the year Eighteen hundred and sixty three before me the subscriber a Notary Public for the State and County aforesaid, at Wilmington in said State personally appeared Samuel Johns and Emily F. Johns his wife, Jacob D Karch and Sarah Jane Karch his wife and Brice B Sewell and did each acknowledge the foregoing deed to be their respective act.

In Testimony whereof I hereto set my hand and affix my seal Notorial this third day of July A.D. 1863.

Thomas Young

Notary Public

State of Delaware, County of New Castle. Sat.

I hereby certify that on this Third day of July in the year Eighteen hundred and sixty three before the subscriber a Notary Public of the State and County aforesaid at Boston in said State and County personally appeared William F. Williams and acknowledged the foregoing deed to be his act.

In Testimony whereof I hereto set my and affix my seal Notorial this third day of July A.D. 1863.

Thomas Young

Notary Public

(Note: At the top of this section, the word Massachusetts was replaced with the word Delaware and the word Suffolk was replaced by the words New Castle)

Front of Deed:

Brice B Brewer and others to Richard H Brewer

Deed

Received the 20th(?) day of November 1863 to be recorded same day.

Recorded in Liber N.W.G. No 11 folio 552 one of the land record books

Of Anne Arundel County and examined by N. W. Green, CK


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