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WEBSTER, William Aaron - Deed 1833 Vol 7 Pg 107 Transcription

WEBSTER, William Aaron - Deed 1833 Vol 7 Pg 107 Transcription

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Transcription of deed, from Aaron Webster to George M Shaw, in Oakland Co., Michigan, dated 16 April 1833.
Transcription of deed, from Aaron Webster to George M Shaw, in Oakland Co., Michigan, dated 16 April 1833.

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10/20/2010

Transcription of Deed – Aaron Webster to George M Shaw, 1833

Transcribed by Julie Tarr, 17 July 2010

Source: Oakland County, Michigan, Deed records, 1821-1926, 7: 107, Aaron Webster to George M Shaw, 16 April 1833; FHL microfilm 975,563, item 3. Note: Many of the words on the bound-edge of the page were cut off in the fold of the book when it was microfilmed. Brackets are used to designate those words as assumed by studying other deeds of the same place and time period. Know all men by these presents that whereas Aaron Webster of the town and county of Oakland in the Territory of Michigan stands indebted to George M [Shaw] of the town & county aforesaid in the sum of two hundred and eighty dollars [and] seventy eight cents according to two promissory notes made payable to the said George M Shaw as [?] viz: one note of one hundred and thirty six dollars eighty four cents payable on the first day of January next, the other note of one hundred and forty five dollars and ninety four cents payable on the first day of January eighteen hundred and thirty five both said notes bearing even date with these pr[esents] Now therefore the further security of the payment of the aforesaid sum of money [?]ing the tenor of said promissory notes together one Dollar to [?] the said Aar[on] Webster in hand paid by the said George M Shaw I the said Aaron Webster do by t[hese] presents bargain, sell, and convey unto the said George M Shaw that certain parcel of Land known and described as village Lot Number twenty eight in the village [of] Rochester and county of Oakland aforesaid, said Lot being sixty feet from Main Street and one hundred and fifty feet back reference being had to the sur[vey] of said Village of Rochester as recorded in the Register’s office of the County of Oakland aforesaid: To have and to hold the said village Lot unto the said George M Shaw his heirs and assigns forever: with all the rights and privileges therein appertaining and belonging. Provided however and it is the same intent and [?] of these presents that if the said Aaron Webster shall well and faithfully pay [or] cause to be paid the aforesaid sum of money according to the tenor of the promissory notes aforesaid, then these presents shall be null and void and of no effect But if there be default in the payment of the aforesaid notes or either of them, then in that case I the said Aaron Webster hereby authorise and empower the said George M. Shaw to advertise and sell the village lot aforesaid with its appurtenances to the highest bidder, and the money so raised on the sale at public auction shall be applied to the payment of said notes or any bala[n]ce that may be due [?] with the necessary charges of advertising and selling and the residue if there be any shall be paid to me the said Aaron Webster, and I the said Aaron Webster hereby authorise the said George M Shaw in the event of a sale as aforesaid to [?] or cause to be made to the purchaser of the aforesaid village lot a good and suff[icient] deed which shall be as binding as if myself had done the same. To which we have hereunto set our hands and [seals] this sixteenth day of April in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and thirty three. Done in presence of Elisha Glazier W Burbank } } Aaron Webster L.S. G M Shaw L.S.

County of } Oakland } ss. Personally came before me one of the justices of the Peace for County the within named Aaron Webster who acknowledged that he signed and sealed the within deed of mortgage for all the purposes therein set forth To which I certify under my hand the 25th day of April 1833 W. Burbank Justice of the Peace Received for recording June eighteenth A.D. 1833 at eleven o clock in the forenoon Walter Sprague Register OCMT

[The following appears along the left side of the page:] 2 assts Book F of Michigan page 294 2 assts “ “ “ “ “ 295

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