Nauvoo Registry of Deeds, Deed Record Book A, 1840–1843

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of even date with these presents payable on or before the first day of October one thousand eight hundred & forty four now if the said Hiram Stone & Andrew Dunn pay or cause to be paid the sum aforesaid at the time or before it falls due then in that case I am held in the above penalty to make and execute a good and sufficant Deed to the above named premises otherwise if they fail to comply at or before the time or manner before specefied I have the right to declare this obligation null and void or to wait longer time to give Deed to the same as I may prefer and I hereby agree to give full possession of all the buildings & also the lots on or before the first day of May next from and after which time the note of thirteen hundred & fifty Dollars draws interest all and every part of which is well understood as witness my hand & seal the date first within written. in presence of State of Illinois, . Before me an acting justice of the peace in and for the aforesaid personally appeared whose signature appear to the foregoing instrument and who is personally Known to me to be the person who signed and sealed the same and he being interogated by me as touching that instrument he declared that he acknowledged the same to be his act for the uses and purposes therein expresed. Given under my hand & seal this 8th. day of June A. D. 1843 Justice of the peace seal Recorded June 10th. 1843.
 
No. 161
Deed
to for Lot 3 in B 7 &c. in s addition to .
This Indenture made this twenty third day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty three Witnesseth; that and his wife of the County of and State of party of the first part, in consideration of the sum of Five hundred dollars paid by of the and aforesaid party of the second part, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged; hath Aliened; released, remised and forever Quit [p. 173]
of even date with these presents payable on or before the first day of October one thousand eight hundred & forty four now if the said Hiram Stone & Andrew Dunn pay or cause to be paid the sum aforesaid at the time or before it falls due then in that case I am held in the above penalty to make and execute a good and sufficant Deed to the above named premises otherwise if they fail to comply at or before the time or manner before specefied I have the right to declare this obligation null and void or to wait longer time to give Deed to the same as I may prefer and I hereby agree to give full possession of all the buildings & also the lots on or before the first day of May next from and after which time the note of thirteen hundred & fifty Dollars draws interest all and every part of which is well understood as witness my hand & seal the date first written. in presence of State of Illinois, . Before me an acting justice of the peace in and for the aforesaid personally appeared whose signature appear to the foregoing instrument and who is personally Known to me to be the person who signed and sealed the same and he being interogated by me as touching that instrument he declared that he acknowledged the same to be his act for the uses and purposes therein expresed. Given under my hand & seal this 8th. day of June A. D. 1843 Justice of the peace seal Recorded June 10th. 1843.
 
No. 161
Deed
to for Lot 3 in B 7 &c. in s addition to .
This Indenture made this twenty third day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty three Witnesseth; that and his wife of the County of and State of party of the first part, in consideration of the sum of Five hundred dollars paid by of the and aforesaid party of the second part, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged; hath Aliened; released, remised and forever Quit [p. 173]
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