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

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State of Illinois) ss.
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I, a justice of the peace, of said , do certify, that Joseph Smith and his wife, whose signatures appear to the foregoing deed, and who are personally known to me, to be the persons described in, and who executed the same, did severally acknowledge that they had executed the said conveyance, for the uses and purposes therein mentioned. And the said having been by me made acquainted with the contents of the said Deed, and examined separate and apart from her said husband, acknowledged that she had executed the same, and relinquished her dower to the premises therein conveyed, voluntarily, freely, and without compulsion of her said husband. Given under my hand and seal, this fourteenth day of July in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and forty-one
J. P. L. S
 
83
Mortgage
to H[arvey] Tate on Two-horse Carriage
Know all men by these presents that I of the State of and County of do give unto Harvey Tate a bill of sale conditioned in nature of a mortgage of and on the Two-horse carriage that I obtained of the said H. Tate valued at $200 being payments in full for the house and Lot I sold him for which I gave a bond for a deed the property described as follows. The South West corner of the block south of the block sold to Joseph Smith and brothers by , beginning at the centre of Parley Street running eleven rods north; thence east five rods, thence south eleven rods to the centre of Parley Street, thence West five rods to the place of beginning bounding the house I bought of Alfonzo [Alphonso] Green said bond bearing equal date with this bill of sale or morgage. Now the consideration is this that the said carriage is holden in security for a faithfull performance and complya[n]ce with the above named bond namely to make unto the said H. Tate his heirs or legal representatives a good and sufficient warrantee Deed to the above named premises with all the appurtenances &c on the first day of August next, only reserving the use of the carriage unto myself untill the above named time and in case of a failure to comply with the said bond [p. 75]
State of Illinois) ss.
)
I, a justice of the peace, of said , do certify, that Joseph Smith and his wife, whose signatures appear to the foregoing deed, and who are personally known to me, to be the persons described in, and who executed the same, did severally acknowledge that they had executed the said conveyance, for the uses and purposes therein mentioned. And the said having been by me made acquainted with the contents of the said Deed, and examined separate and apart from her said husband, acknowledged that she had executed the same, and relinquished her dower to the premises therein conveyed, voluntarily, freely, and without compulsion of her said husband. Given under my hand and seal, this fourteenth day of July in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and forty-one
J. P. L. S
 
83
Mortgage
to Harvey Tate on Two-horse Carriage
Know all men that I of the State of and County of do give unto Harvey Tate a bill of sale conditioned in nature of a mortgage of and on the Two-horse carriage that I obtained of the said H. Tate valued at $200 being payment in full for the house and Lot I sold him for which I gave a bond for a deed the property described as follows. The South West corner of the block south of the block sold to Joseph Smith and brothers by , beginning at the centre of Parley Street running eleven rods north; thence east five rods, thence south eleven rods to the centre of Parley Street, thence West five rods to the place of beginning bounding the house I bought of Alfonzo [Alphonso] Green said bond bearing equal date with this bill of sale or morgage. Now the consideration is this that the said carriage is holden in security for a faithfull performance and complyance with the above named bond namely to make unto the said H. Tate his heirs or legal representatives a good and sufficient warrantee Deed to the above named premises with all the appurtenances &c on the first day of August next, only reserving the use of the carriage unto myself untill the above named time and in case of a failure to comply with the said bond [p. 75]
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