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PROVINCIAL COMMISSIONS.

DEED ALBERTES BRANDT & UX. TO DENIS KONDERS.

THIS INDENTURE, made the first day of the second Month, called April, Anno Dom. One Thousand Six hundred NinetyNine, between Albertes Brandt, of the Town and County of Philadelphia, in the Province of Pennsylvania, Merchant, & now Husband of Susanna Brandt, Daughter of Jacob Tellner, of the one part, and Denis Konders, of Germantown, in the County & Province aforesaid, Dyer, of the other part, Witness, that the said Albertes Brandt, with Consent of the said Susanna, his Wife, for and in consideration of the Sum of Three Score and three Pounds, lawfull Silver Money of Pensilvania, to them, the said Albertes and Susanna Brandt, in hand paid, the Receipt wherof they do hereby acknowledge and thereof and of every part thereof acquit & discharge him, the said Denis konders, his Heirs, Exc'rs, Admin'rs & Assigns for ever, hath given, granted, aliened, sold, enfeoffed & Confirmed, and by these Presents doth absolutely give, grant, alien, sell, enfeoff and confirm to the said Denis konders a Certain Lott & Tract of Land in Germantown aforesaid, being in all Fifty Acres, wherof Twenty Acres and three Quarters of an Acre are situate & lying in the inhabited part of the said Town, broad fourteen perches and four feet, Joyning South Eastwards to the Lott of Jacob Isaacs van Bebber, & North Westwards to the Mill Street; And the residue, viz: twenty-nine Acres and one-quarter of an acre, broad eleven perches & four feet, are situate and laid out in the side Land of the said Town towards Plymouth South East next to the land of the said Jacob Isaac van Bebber & North West to the land of Heifert Papen, with all the Rights, members, woods, soil, medow, marshes, waters, water courses, fences, Orchards, Improvements & Appurtenances whatsoever held, used enjoyed with the said Lott & Land or reputed as any part of the same, and the Reversions, rents, Issues & profits thereof and all the Estate, Right, Title, Interest, use, possession, property claim & demand whatsoever of them, the said Albertus & Susanna Brandt, of, in & to the above bargained Premises; And all deeds, grants, warrants, Surveys, returns, Letters, patents & other Evidences & Writings concerning the same, All which said Fifty Acres are situated, lying and being as is above mentioned, and now in the Tenure & Possession of the said Susanna and Albertus Brandt by Vertue of a bill of sale of three Lotts each containing Fifty Acres of Land from Jacob Tellner, Father of the said Susanna Brandt, dated the first Day of the sixth month, Anno Dom. One thousand six hundred ninety & eight, Sealed & delivered in the Presence of Nathaniel Puckell & John Scott, acknowledged in a County Court held at Philadelphia the 9th Day of March, 1699, and Recorded in the Rolls Office at Philadelphia aforesaid in Book E, 3, Vol. 5, page 266, 267, To have and to hold the said Lott and Land of Fifty Acres with all its Rights & App'irtenances above recited, to him, the said Denis konders, his Heirs, Admin'rs, Exe’rs & Assigns, and to the only proper use and behoof of him, the said Denis konders, his Heirs, Exe'rs, Admin’rs & Assigns for ever, at and under the proportionable part of the Yearly Rent of one English Silver Shilling, or Value thereof, in Coyn Current, for One thousand Acres of Land, from the Day of the Date of these Presents, to become due to the Chief Lord of the Soil of the said Land and Premises, And the said Albertus & Susanna Brandt do Covenant and Promise for them, their Heirs, Exʻrs, Admin’rs & Assigns, that they, the said Lott and Land of Fifty Acres & Premises, to him, the said Denis konders, his Heirs, Ex'rs Admin'rs & Assigns, against them, the said Albertus & Susanna Brandt, their Heirs, Exe’rs & Admin’rs, and also against Jacob Tellner, his Heirs, Exe’rs and Admin’rs and further against all others lawfully Claiming or to Claim by, from or under them or any of them, or by their or any of their or their Heirs, Exc'rs and Adm’rs, their Means, Privity, Consent or Procurement shall and will Warrant and for ever defend by these Presents As likewise against the payment of all by gone Quit Rents & all Provincial and County Taxes, Levies, Duties & Impositions whatsoever due or payable forth thereof at any time preceding the date of these Presents, and that the said Albertus & Susanna Brandt have not done, acred nor suffered any Act, matter or thing whatsoever whereby the said granted Premises or any part thereof is, are, can or may be by any Means Justly Impeached, charged or Incumbre: in any manner of way, And that the said Albertus & Susanna Brandt, their Heirs and Assigns, shall & will at any time during the space of Seven years now next ensuing the Date aereof at the request and Charges of the said Denis konders, his Heirs or Assigns, make, do & execute or cause to be made, done & executed all & every such further Deeds, Conveyances & Assurances in the Law whatsoever, for the more full & perfect Assurance & Conveying of all and singular the herein granted Premises to the said Denis konders, his Heirs, Ex’rs, Admin'rs or Assigns, as by his or their Councel learned in the Law in that behalf shall be reasonably devised, advised or required, so that the s'd Albertes & Susanna Brandt, their Heirs or Assigns, thus required be not Compellable to travel further than Philadelphia or Germantown aforesaid.

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IN WITNESS wherof, the parties first above named have to these Present Indentures interchangeably putt their Hands & Seals the day and year first above Written.

ALBERTUS BRANDT. [Seal.]
SUSANNA B’R. [Seal.]

Signed, Sealed & Delivered in the presence of

MATTHIAS VAN BEBBER,
JNO. MOLL, Jun'r.

Philadelphia, the first day of the second Month, 1699, Then Received from Denis konders the full Sum of three Score and three pounds, Current Silver Money of Pensilvania, being the whole consideration within mentioned, I say, received by me.

ALBERTUS BRANDT. Witness:

MATTHIAS VAN BEBBER,
JNO. MOLL, Jun'r.

Acknowledged in the County Court held at Philad'a the Twenty-sixth day of June, Anno Dni. 1700, Certifyd ander my hand & County Seal.

ROB. ASHTON, CI. Coun. [Seal.]

[Recorded the 27th Nov'r, 1766.)

DEED JOHN JARRET TO HENRY CUNRADS.

TO ALL PEOPLE TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, John Jarret, of Germantown, in the County of Philadelphia, Turner, sends greeting. WHEREAS, there is a Certain Parcel of Land situate in the adjacent Out or side Land towards Krisheim, in the Germantown, BEGINNING at a stake dividing the same from the Meeting House Land, thence South East twelve Perches to a Corner, thence South West by the said Meeting House land four hundred & seventy Perches to another Corner, thence North West twelve Perches to a Corner, and thence by the Land of Henry Cunrads four hundred & seventy perches to the place of Begining, Containing twenty Nine Acres of Land, now in the Tenure & Occupation of the said John Jarret by Vertue of a Deed of Sale duly executed by Isaac Van Bebber & Matthias Van Bebber, both of Cecil County, in the Province of Maryland, Yeomen, bearing Date the 27th day of April, in this Instant, Year 1711, who also on the said day in their own Persons did deliver full and quiet Possession of the s'd Land & its Appurtenances unto the said John Jarret, To have and to hold unto himself, his Heirs & Assigns forever as by the said Deed & Indorsement thereof more at large doth appear. AND WHEREAS there is another Parcel of Land in the above s'd Germantown side land towards krisheim, Begining at a Stake dividing the same Land from the land forinerly of heivert Papen, thence South East twelve Perches & four feet to a Corner, thence South West by the land of the abovesd John Jarret four hundred & Seventy perches to an other Corner, thence North West twelve perches & four foot to a Corner, And thence North East by the s'd heiverts land four hundred & Seventy perches to the place of Beginning, Containing twenty-nine Acres & one-quarter of an Acre, Now in the Tenure & Occupation of the said Henry Cunrads by a Deed of Sale & Conveyance under the hand & Seal of Denis kunders, of Germantown, in the County afores'd, Dyer, Dated the 29th Day of December, 1710, who likewise on the s'd Day in his own person did deliver full & peaceable Seizin of the Premises unto the s'd Henry Curads, for the use of him his heirs & assigns for Ever, As by the s'd Deed & its Indorsement fully appears. NOW, KNOW YE, that the above

s'd John Jarret, for the better Improvement of the s'd lands, and for & in Consideration of the Just Moiety of the last described parcel of Henry Cunrads towards North West Begining in the midst of the s'd heivert Papens line, thence South East twelve perches & four foot by his own land to a Corner, thence South West from the midst of the line dividing his land from that of John Jarrets two hundred & thirty-five perches to a Corner, thence North West by Roxbery Township twelve perches & four foot to a Corner, & thence North East by the said heiverts land two hundred & thirty-five perches to the Place of Beginning, as also for the Consideration of the Sum of three Pounds, Curr't Silver Money of Pennsilvania, to him in hand paid by the s'd Henry Cunrads before the Ensealing and Delivery of these Presents, HATH given, granted, aliened, Exchanged & Confirmed, And hereby doth absolutely give, grant, alien, Exchange and Confirm unto the afores'd Henry Cunrads the Just half or Moiety of his, the s'd John Jarrets first above mentioned parcel of land, towards the South East, Begining in the midst of the line of the Meeting house land, thence North West by his own land twelve perches to a Corner, thence North East from the midst of the line dividing his land from that of the s'd Henry Cunrads two hundred & thirty-five perches to the upper Corner, thence South East by the other Germantown side land twelve perches to a Corner and thence South West by the Meeting House land two hundred & thirtyfive Perches to the Place of Begining, Containing Fourteen Acres & an half, be it less or more, with all and singular the Improvements and appurtenances thereunto belonging, or in any wise appertaining, As also all the Right, Title, Interest, Inheritance, Profit, Use, Possession, Property Claim and Demand whatsoever of him, the s'd John Jarret, of, in and to the above Exchanged Premisses, To have and to hold the s'd Fourteen Acres and an half, be it less or more (together with the other Moiety of his own, hereby not exchanged), unto the s'd Henry Cunrads and his Heirs, to the only proper use and behoof of the s'd Henry Cunrads, his Heirs, Exec'rs, Admin'rs & Assigns for ever, At & under the Usual Quit rent henceforth to become due to the Chief Lord of the Soil, And he, the said John Jarret & his Heirs the above Exchanged Parcel of Land with all the Hereditaments & Appurtenances thereof unto the said Henry Cunrads, his Heirs & Assigns, aginst him, the said John Jarret and his Heirs and against all other Persons whatsoever lawfully Claiming or to Claim by, from or under him, them or any of them, shall & will Warrant and for ever Defend by these Presents.

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