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Power of Attorney from Richard & Mary TAYLOR, Jr to Richard TAYLOR, Sr and Deed to William Lyale of 16 Apr 1723 - 10 June 1723 4 Nov 1724

Power of Atty

Know all men by these presents that I Richard Taylor of Stafford Co.,Va. planter for valuable good cause to me thereunto me moving do make constitute and appoint by these presents have made constitute and appoint my father Richard Taylor Senr of Baltimore Co., Maryland planter my true and lawfull atty for me and in my name and for myself and my to convey and make over all & every my right title to of land called Stone's Delight containing 100a of landmy sd atty
I the sd Richard
And confirmed by these
And seal this 16th day of April 1723
Richard Taylor

Signed sealed & delivered in the presence of John Whitehead, James Dodderole?, James Tracey, John X Cross

MEMORANDUM Mary Taylor W/o Richard Tavlor, Jr living in Stafford Co Va for good causes unto me thereunto moving doth appoint my father Richard Taylor Sr of Baltimore Co., Maryland my atty to make over my title to a tract of land called Stones Delight consisting of 100a lying in Baltimore Co., and a run descending into the Herring run
June 1723
Mary "M" Taylor

Witt-. George Hitchcock Joseph Taylor

On the back of which is the foregoing poa is this written:
On the 4th of Nov. came James Tracey & John Cross two of the evidences to the within poa and made oath that they saw Richard Taylor sign the poa.

On 4 Nov 1724 came George Hitchcock one of the evidences of the power of attorney and made oath before us that he saw Mary Taylor sign the within Power of Atty and aslo saw Joseph Taylor sign the ?same as one evidence.

Deed from Thomas Taylor Jr to William Lyale

NOTE: This deed follows the above Power of Atty

Richard Taylor Junr to William Lyale Conveyance

1721 4 Nov 1724

This indenture the (blank) Day of (blank) 1721 between Richard Taylor Junr of Baltimore Co Md, planter of the one part and William Lyale of Co afsd plantor of the other part. Richard Taylor, Jr for the consideration of 2500 lbs tob to him already in hand paid by William Lyale whosowith the sd Richard Taylor doth ack himself to be satisfied & paid of every part & parcel to discharge the sd William Lyale forever by these presents do sell all that pareele of land called Stones Delight lying in sd Co in Little Brittain Ridge a oak a boundary of a tract of land formerly surveynd for Job Cross of sd Co and two bounded by tree standing triangle high 4 perches and on the called the Western Run, a branch of the Herring Runldeseending into ?'Back river & running thence ....... to the beginning trees containing & laid out for 100a.

Richard Taylor

Signed sealed & delivered in presence of
James Tracey
John Cross
Stephen Body
Richard Taylor

MEMORANDUM On 4 Nov 1724 came Richard Taylor, Sr & ack the within mentioned land and premises to be the right title to William Lyale his heirs & assigns foreever Richard Taylor and Mary h/w the & delivery before us two of his majesties justices for Baltimore Co

NOTE by ARB: at the top of pg 400 is the ending of a deed written by James Tracy to George Hitchcock for sale of land Will Grafton & Will Amos. Memorandum on the 4 Nov 1724 - James Tracy ack this deed.

Typed from a Photo-copy & contributed to the USGenWeb/MDGenWeb Project by: Anne R. Baker

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