Transcription of Deed – Calvin C Parks to Henry H Panton, 1833

Transcribed by Julie Tarr, 18 July 2010

Source: Oakland County, Michigan, Deed records, 1821-1926, 7: 251-252, Calvin C Parks to Henry H Panton, 17 May 1833; FHL microfilm 975,563, item 3. Note: Many of the words on the bound-edge of the page were cut off 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 I Calvin C Parks of Auburn in the County of Oakland in the Territory of Michigan for and in Consideration of the sum of nine hundred and Eleven Dollars and [seventy?] five cents to him in hand paid by Henry H Panton the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge do by these Presents Give Grant Bargain Sell and convey unto the said Henry H. Panton [h]is heirs and assigns the following described tracts and parcels of Land lying and being in the [village] of Auburn in the County of Oakland in the Territory of Michigan being known by the Plat of [s]aid village as Lot number Forty five being one half acre of Land with the Buildings thereon [si]tuate also the west half of North west Quarter of Section thirty four in Township [t]wo north of Range Eleven East in the District of Detroit in the Territory of Michigan containing Eighty Acres also one fourth of the East half of the North East Quarter of Section thir[?] Township Four North of Range Ten East supposed to be twenty acres being an undivided [q]uarter of said Lot subject however to the incumbrances mentioned in the Deed from Charles C. [H]ascall to said Calvin C. Parks on record Together with all the privileges and appurtenances [to] the said Lots and tracts of Land in anywise appertaining and belonging To have and to hold [th]e above Granted premises to the said Henry H. Panton his heirs and assigns forever to their [us]e and behoof and I the said Calvin C. Parks for myself my heirs Executors and Administrators do covenant with the said Henry H. Panton his heirs and assigns that I am lawfully [se]ized in fee save above mentioned Incumbrances of the aforesaid premises that they are [f]ree and clear from all incumbrances save above and a Mortgage to Salmon J. Mathews for [his?] indemnity against claims due by Parks and Mathews that I have good right to sell [an]d convey the same to the said Henry H. Panton and that I will and my heirs Executors [an]d Administrators shall warrant and defend defend [sic] the same to the said Henry H. Panton [hi]s heirs and assigns forever against the claims of all other Persons than these above [m]entioned. Provided Always and these Presents are upon this Express condition that if the said Calvin C. Parks shall well and truly pay unto the said Henry H Panton the full [and?] Just sum of three hundred and three Dollars and ninety one cents on the seventeenth day of May with lawful Interest and the sum of six hundred and seven Dollars and Eighty four cents on the seventeenth day of November one thousand Eight hundred and thirty four [w]ith lawful interest according to the tenor and [word smudged, perhaps erased] Effect of two promissory Notes [be]aring even date here with Executed by the said Calvin C. Parks to the said Henry H. Panton [and?] [for?] collatteral [sic] security then these Presents shall cease and be null & void and the said [n]otes. But in case of non payment of said notes or Either of them on the days above [w]ritten and limited for the payment thereof then and in such case it shall and may be lawful for the said Henry H. Panton his heirs Executors Administrators or assigns to [gr]ant bargain sell release and convey the Premises and the said Calvin C. Parks hold hereby emp[o]wer and authorize the said Henry H. Panton his heirs or assigns to Grant bargain Sell and [con]vey the Premises with the appurtenances at Public Auction or vendue and on such sale [?] make and Execute to the purchaser or purchasers his or their heirs and assigns good ample and sufficient Deed or Deeds of conveyance in the Law rendering the surplus monies [i]f any there be unto the said Calvin C. Parks his heirs Executors & administrators after deducting the costs and charges of such vendue and sale [aforesaid?] In witness whereof I have hereunto this 17th day of May 1833 [set] my hand and seal Signed Sealed and delivered in Presence of Chal Larned } Calvin C Parks L.S.

Leonard Mead } Personally came before me the undersigned a Justice of the Peace for the county of Oakland Calvin C. Parks the maker of the above Deed who acknowledged he had freely Executed the same for the purposes therein set forth witness my hand this 17th May 1833 Leonard Mead, Justice of the Peace

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