Land and Heirs of William Eastlick (Easlick) of Crawford County, Pennsylvania

Land and Heirs of William Eastlick (Easlick) of Crawford County, PA
Deed Book A-2, page 86

Deed.
Cornelius Easlick & others (heirs at law of William Easlick, decd) to Sidney Hawkins
Recorded August 11th 1847
Wm McLaughlin, Recorder

This Indenture, made this 20th day of May AD. 1845, Between Cornelius Eastlick, John Eastlick, William Eastlick, Stephen Olds & Mary his wife, Jasper Maybe Guardian of the heirs of Abigail Maybe, deceased, John Osburn & Betsey his wife, William Davis and Sarah his wife, Edward Priest & Elsa his wife, & Oliver Hitchcock & Lucrecia his wife heirs at law of the Estate of William Eastlick late of Crawford County Penna, deceased of the first and Sidney Hawkins of Crawford Co. Penna of the second part, Witnesseth, That the said parties of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred & eighty dollars to them in hand paid by the said Sidney the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, Have granted bargained sold aleined released and confirmed & by these presents do grant, bargain sell alein release & confirm unto the said Sidney Hawkins & to his heirs & assigns all the following described lot of land situate in the township of South Shenango Crawford County Penna and Bounded as follows viz Beginning at a post the South East corner of said lot of land, thence West Sixty one & eight tenth perches to a post, thence North by lands of same tract fifty five & five tenth perches to a post, thence West by lands of same tract twelve & eight tenth perches to a post, thence North by lands of D Hollister forty seven and five tenth perches to a post, thence East by Hollister and others Seventy four & six tenth perches to a post, thence South by land of Galbraith’s heirs one hundred & three perches to the place of beginning containing forty two acres of land be the same more or less.  Together with all and singular the rights privileges hereditaments & appurtenances whatsoever thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining, and also all the estate right title interest property claim and demand whatsoever of them the said first parties in law or equity or otherwise howsoever of in to or out of the same, To have and to hold lot hereby granted mentioned or intended so to be with the appurtenances unto the said Sidney his heirs & assigns to the only proper use of the said Sidney his heir and assigns forever, And the said parties of the first for themselves their heirs executors and administrators doth covenant promise grant and agree to & with the said Sidney his heirs & assigns that they the parties of the first part and their heirs the said above described lot or piece of land, hereditaments & premises hereby granted with the appurtenances unto the said Sidney Hawkins his heirs and assigns against them the said parties of the first part and their heirs & against all and every other person or persons lawfully claiming or to claim the same in, by, through, or under them their heirs or assigns or any of them, shall  & will warrant and forever defend by these presents.  In Witness whereof the first parties to these have hereunto set their hands and seals this twentieth day of May AD. 1845.

Signed, sealed and delivered in person of J. B. Herrick

Cornelius Eastlick
John Easlick
William Easlick
Elcy Priest
Lucretia Hitchcock
Mary Olds
Oliver Hitchcock
his
Edward L  x    Priest
mark
for the heirs of Abigail Maybe
Jasper Maby

Mercer County ss
Before the subscriber a Justice of the peace in & for the said county appeared personally or by their agent the within named Cornelius Eastlick John Eastlick William Eastlick Stephen Olds and Mary his wife Jasper Maybe guardian for the heirs of Abigail Maybe deceased (struck through:  John Osburn and Betsy his wife by their agent John Eastlick) Edward Priest & Elsa his wife Oliver Hitchcock & Lucrecia his wife and acknowledged the within written Indenture to be their act and deed and consented the same should be admited of record as such.  In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 20th day of May A.D. 1845.

Joseph B. Herrick

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