Deed, 24 May 1842 [Halsted, Haines & Co. v. O. Granger et al.]

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of said lands severally for sale at public vendue, and then & there struck off and sold to John Howden said piece of seventeen acres above firstly mentioned & described for the sum of three hundred & thirty eight dollars then & there bid by him therefor, also said lot No thirteen in Block 143 for thirty seven dollars then & there bid by him therfor; Also said lot No fourteen in Block No 143 for the sum of Twenty five dollars then & there bid by said Howden therefor; the said bids being respectively the highest bids for said several pieces & lots, and more than two thirds the appraisal of the respective pieces & lots; and on the first day of the September Term of said Court AD 1841, I returned said writ into said Court, with my official return of my said proceedings annexed to the same and which return is hereinbefore in substance recited, so far as concerns the above sold lots & parcels; and submitted the same with all matters touching said levy & sale to the said Court who thereupon made an order & caused the same to be entered on their journal, and thereby did approve & confirm said proceedings & sale, and did order me the said Sheriff to execute & deliver to said purchaser a good & sufficient deed of conveyance of the lands so sold to him, all which will more fully appear by the records files & journal entries of said Court. Now therefore Know ye that I Erastus Spencer Sheriff of the said County of , by virtue of my Office, & the authority confered upon me by said judgments, writs, levy, sale, & order of Court, & in consideration of said several sums of money amounting in all to four hundred dollars received of said John Howden, do, in my said official capacity, grant, bargain, convey and confirm unto the said John Howden his heirs and assigns, the said three pieces & lots of land hereinbefore particularly described & so struck off and sold to him as aforesaid with all the right, title & interest of said defendants & each & every of them in & to the same & every part thereof, and the appurtenances. To have and to hold the same to the said John Howden his heirs and assigns, to his & their use & behoof forever. In Witness whereof I the said Erastus Spencer as Sheriff of said have hereunto set my hand & seal this 24th day of May AD 1842.
Erastus Spencer Shff. seal
Signed sealed & delivered in presence of us)
AG Riddle Alfred Phelps)
The State of Ohio)
ss [scilicet])
Be it remembered that on this twenty third day of May AD 1842 before the subscriber a Notary Public in and for said personally came Erastus Spencer Esquire Sheriff of the County of aforesaid, and acknowledged that as such Sheriff he executed, signed sealed & delivered the foregoing instrument of writing; and that the same in his said official capacity is his free act & deed.
LS
In Testimony of which I hereto at in said set my name officially & Notarial seal the date above written
Alfred Phelps Notary Public
Benj D Chesney Recorder.
Received Feby 7th 1845 & Recorded July 10th 1845. [p. 622]
of said lands severally for sale at public vendue, and then & there struck off and sold to John Howden said piece of seventeen acres above firstly mentioned & described for the sum of three hundred & thirty eight dollars then & there bid by him therefor, also said lot No thirteen in Block 143 for thirty seven dollars then & there bid by him therfor; Also said lot No fourteen in Block No 143 for the sum of Twenty five dollars then & there bid by said Howden therefor; the said bids being respectively the highest bids for said several pieces & lots, and more than two thirds the appraisal of the respective pieces & lots; and on the first day of the September Term of said Court AD 1841, I returned said writ into said Court, with my official return of my said proceedings annexed to the same and which return is hereinbefore in substance recited, so far as concerns the above sold lots & parcels; and submitted the same with all matters touching said levy & sale to the said Court who thereupon made an order & caused the same to be entered on their journal, and thereby did approve & confirm said proceedings & sale, and did order me the said Sheriff to execute & deliver to said purchaser a good & sufficient deed of conveyance of the lands so sold to him, all which will more fully appear by the records files & journal entries of said Court. Now therefore Know ye that I Erastus Spencer Sheriff of the said County of , by virtue of my Office, & the authority confered upon me by said judgments, writs, levy, sale, & order of Court, & in consideration of said several sums of money amounting in all to four hundred dollars received of said John Howden, do, in my said official capacity, grant, bargain, convey and confirm unto the said John Howden his heirs and assigns, the said three pieces & lots of land hereinbefore particularly described & so struck off and sold to him as aforesaid with all the right, title & interest of said defendants & each & every of them in & to the same & every part thereof, and the appurtenances. To have and to hold the same to the said John Howden his heirs and assigns, to his & their use & behoof forever. In Witness whereof I the said Erastus Spencer as Sheriff of said have hereunto set my hand & seal this 24th day of May AD 1842.
Erastus Spencer Shff. seal
Signed sealed & delivered in presence of us)
AG Riddle Alfred Phelps)
The State of Ohio)
ss scilicet)
Be it remembered that on this twenty third day of May AD 1842 before the subscriber a Notary Public in and for said personally came Erastus Spencer Esquire Sheriff of the County of aforesaid, and acknowledged that as such Sheriff he executed, signed sealed & delivered the foregoing instrument of writing; and that the same in his said official capacity is his free act & deed.
LS
In Testimony of which I hereto at in said set my name officially & Notarial seal the date above written
Alfred Phelps Notary Public
Benj D Chesney Recorder.
Received Feby 7th 1845 & Recorded July 10th 1845. [p. 622]
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