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Falmo At a Legal Town Meeting held on Monday the 15th

of September 1729 of the Freeholders & T. Vote at Falmo other Inhabitants &c Voted that every Per

son or Persons holding a Town Right shall pay their aqual Charge in Defraying the Charge of any Person or Person sued for any Lott or Lotts that he or they may or shall have granted by the Town of Falmouth or by Order of sd Town each Person paying the Charge according to the Lands they hold by Virtue of Town Rights A true Copy of the above Vote taken out of the Book of Records for Falmouth Book ye 24 Page 32, 33

Attest Sam' Cobb Town Cler A true Copy of an attested Copy Reca March 19, 1729

Att Jos: Moody Regi

Know all Men by these Presents that I Joseph Bragdon

of York in the County of York in New England Bragdon Yeoman the within named Grantee for & in Con

Το sideration of the Sum of One Hundred & Fifty Moor

Pounds to me in Hand paid by John Moor of York

aforesd Yeoman the Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have granted bargained & sold & by these Presents do freely fully & absolutely grant bargain sell convey & confirm unto the sd John Moor his Heirs & Assigns for ever the within described House & Land according to the Metes & Bounds, within expressed which I purchased of the withinnamed William Harris & Tabitha his Wife in the Capacity within mentioned To have and to hold the ed House & Land with all the Appurces Priviledges & Comodities to the same belonging or in any wise appertaining To him the sd John Moore his & Assigns for ever To his & their only proper Use Benefit & Behoof for ever And I the ga Joseph Bragdon for me my Heirs Execrs & Admins do covenant promise & grant to & with the sd John Moore his Heirs & Assigns That before the Ensealing hereof I am ye true sole & lawful Owner of the above bargained Premisses & am lawfully seized thereof in mine own proper Right as a good pfect & absolute Estate of Inheritance in Fee simple & have in my self good Right full Power & lawful Authority to grant bargain sell convey & confirm the sd bargained Premisses in Manner as abovesd And that the sa John Moor his Heirs & Assigns shall & may from Time to Time & at all Times for ever hereafter lawfully peaceably & quietly have hold use occupy possess & enjoy the said demised & bargained Premisses with the Appurces free & clear & free

ly & clearly acquitted exonerated & discharged of from all & all Manner of former & other Gifts Grants Bargains Sales Leases Mortgages Wills Entails Joyntures Dowries Judgments Executions Encumbrances & Extents Furthermore I the yd Joseph Bragdon for me my Heirs Execrs & Admins do covenant & engage yo above demised Premisses to him the sd John Moor his Heirs & Assigns against the lawful Claims & Demands of all Persons whatsoever for ever hereafter to warrant secure & defend by these Presents In Witness whereof 1 I the sa Joseph Bragdon & Sarah my Wife in Token of her free Consent to this Bargain & Sale have hereupto set our Hands & Seals this Twentieth Day of September Anno Domini 1729 Joseph Braydon (Seal) Sarah Bragdon her Mark X (Seal) Signed Sealed & delivered in Presence of us Edwd Preble Abraham Perkins Sam' Bragdon Jun' Mehetabel Bragdon

the 10th 1729 Joseph Bragdon psonally appeared before me the Subscriber & acknowledged this Instrument on the other Side to be his free Act & Deed

Samuel Came Just Peace A true Copy of the Original (Endorsed on the Deed next following in this Book) Received Febry 25, 1729

Att Jos : Moody Regi

York sc/

To all People to whom these Presents shall come William

Harris of York in the County of York in New Harris

England Fisherman & Tabitha his Wife late the To Widow & still Adminrx to the Estate of Thomas Bragdon Vincent late of York decease send Greeting &c

Know ye that we the sd William Harris & Tabitha my Wife in the Capacity aforesa & persuant to an Order from his Majtys SupF Court of Judicature begun & held at York aforesd for the sa County of York on Wednesday the Fourteenth of May last authorizing & empowering us the sa William Harris & Tabitha my Wife to sell the Dwelling House & Land of the sa Deced for the Payment of his just Debts & for & in Consideration of the full & just Sum of One Hundred & Thirty Eight Pounds in good publick Bills of Credit on the Province of the Massachusetts Bay to us in Hand before the Ensealing hereof well & truly paid for the use aforesd by Joseph Bragdon of York aforesà Yeoman The Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged He being the highest Bidder at a Publick Vendue or Auction where the sa House & Land according to the Law in that Case made & provided was exposed to Sale bave granted bargained & sold & by these Presents do grant bargain sell convey & confirm to the su Jos

Book XIII. 35

eph Bragdon his Heirs & Assigns for ever the s' House & Land the same being situate & lying in the Township of York the sa Land containing Twenty Acres being the same Tract whereon we now live Bounded as followeth viz Beginning at a Red Oak Tree standing on the North West Side of the Road to Kittery Point in the Bounds of Land that Colo Pepperrell sold to Walter Murch & his Sons & runs from Thence North West & by West Sixty Six Poles to an Hemlock Tree marked & from thence South West & by South Sixty Eight Poles to a Beech Tree marked on four Sides standing by sd High-Way & from thence is bounded by sa Way to the Red Oak began at It being the same Tract of Land wch Francis Raynes sold to Thomas Vincent Decease the former Husband of the sa Tabitha as p a Deed under sa Raynes's Hand & Seal Dated Octobr 2a 1714 & Recorded Lib° 9 Folo 182 of York County Records for Deeds &c may at large appear with the Orchard & Fences thereon To have and to hold the yd Twenty Acres of Land bounded as abovesd with all the Appurces Priviledges & Comodities to the same belonging or in any wise appertaining To him the said [Joseph Bragdon his Heirs & Assigns for ever And the sa Grantors qualified as aboves" do covenant promise & grant to & with] sa Joseph Bragdon his Heirs & Assigns in Manner following That is to say That the sa Thomas Vincent in his Life Time & at his Decease was lawfully seized & possessed of the sa hereby granted & bargained Premisses in his own proper Right as a good pfect & absolute Estate of Inheritance in Fee simple And that we the sa William Harris & Tabitha my Wife (Executras aforesa) by Vertue of the Power & Authority to me granted as aforesd have good Right to dispose of the same as afores. And that the same is clear of all Manner of Incumbrances of what Name or Nature soever that might in any Measure or Degree obstruct or make void this present Deed—Furthermore We the sa William Harris & Tabitha my Wife (Exec" as aforesa) for our selves our Heirs Execrs & Admin's do covenant & engage the abovedemised Premisses to him the sd Joseph Bragdon his Heirs & Assigns against the lawful Claims or Demands of any Person or Persons whatsoever for ever hereafter to warrant secure & defend by these Presents In Witness whereof We the sd Wm Harris & Tabitha my Wife qualified as aforesd have hereunto set our Hands & Seals the 26th Day of June in the Third Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord King George [185] the Second Annoq Domini 1729 William Harris (Seal) Tabitha Harris her Mark X (seal) Signed Sealed & Delivered in Presence of us (One whole Line

betwixt Line 20 & Third from the Bottom on the First Page & Three Words against sa Line 2d there were written before Signing) Jer: Moulton Johnson Harmon Daniel Simson

York sc/York June the 27th 1729 William Harris & Tabitha Harris his Wife psonally appeared before me the Subscriber & acknowledged the beforegoing Instrument to be their free Act & Deed

Before me Sam! Came Justice Peace A true Copy of the Original (having the foregoing Deed endorsed thereon) receiva February the 25th 1729

Att Jos: Moody Regi

Granted & laid out to Thomas Woodberry a certain Tract

of Land containing Ten Acres lying & being in Wooberry the Township of Falmouth & is bounded as fol

loweth Beginning at a Stake standing on the North West Corner of William Whites Ten Acre Lot and thence fronting sd Whites Lot South East Thirty Rods to John Dolovers Thirty Acre Lot & thence the same Breadth South West till the Ten Acres be made up Dated at Falmth June ye 5th 1729 Benjo Ingersell Joshua Woodbery Sam' Cobb Comttee The within Bounds of Land entered in the Town Book of Records for Falmouth in the Second Book Page 109

p Samuel Cobb Town Cler A true Copy of the Original Receiva March 21st 1729

Attr Jos : Moody Regt

To all People unto whom these Presents shall come William Corbain of Boston within the County of Suffolk & Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England Mariner & Deborah his Wife only Daughter & Heir at Law of Nathanael Foxwell formerly of York in the County of York & Province aforesd deceased send Greeting Know ye that we the sa William Corbain & Deborah his Wife as well for & in Consideration of the Sum of Forty Pounds in publick Bills of Credit of the Province aforesd to us in Hand at & before the Ensealing & Delivery of these Presents well & truly paid by William Pepperrell Jun' of Kittery within the County of York aforesa Esq' as for divers other good Causes & Considerations us thereunto moving have granted bargained sold aliened enfeoffed conveyed & confirmed & by these Presents do grant bargain sell aliene enfeoffe convey & confirm unto the sa William Pepperrell Jun' All the Right Title Claim Use Property Possession Reversion Remainder & Interest Demand whatsoever wch we & each of us now have & are

entitled unto in all & singular such Lands Meadows Marshes Tenements & Hereditaments whatsoever with the Appurces whereof our sd Father in his Life Time & at the Time of his Death was seized in Fee situate lying & being in the Towns of Scarborough & Biddeford in the sd County of York To have and to hold the sd granted & bargained Premisses with the Appurces unto the sd William Pepperrell Jun" his Heirs & Assigns to his & their only proper Use Benefit & Behoof for ever And we the ga William Corbain & Deborah his Wife for our selves our Heirs Execrs & Admin": do covenant grant & agree to & with the sa William Pepperrell his Heirs Execrs Admins & Assigns in Manner & Form following That is to say That the ga William Pepperrell his Heirs & Assigns shall & lawfully may from Time to Time & at all Times for ever hereafter have hold & enjoy all & singular the sd granted & bargained Premisses with the Appurces free & clear & clearly acquitted exonerated & discharged off & from all Manner of former & other Gifts Grants Bargains Sales Leases Releases Mortgages Joyntures Dowers Judgments Executions Entails Forfeitures & of & from all other Titles Troubles Charges & Encumbrances whatsoever had made comitted done or suffered to be done by us or either of us at any Time or Times before the Ensealing & Delivery hereof And further that we the sd William Corbain & Deborah his Wife & each of us our & each of our Heirs Execrs & Admin's shall & will warrant & defend the sd granted & bargained Premisses with the Appurces unto him the sd William Pepperrell Jun' his Heirs & Assigns for ever against our selves & each of us our & each of our Heirs & against the Heirs of our ga deceased Father & all other Persons claiming or to claim by from or under us any or either of us-In Witness whereof we have hereunto set our Hands & Seals the Eighth Day of April Anno Domini One Thousand Seven Hundred Twenty Nine & in the Second Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second King over Great Britain &c Wm Corben (Seal) Deborah Corben (Seal) Signed Sealed & Delivered in the Presents

of Jer: Moulton John Storer. Received on L40.. 0.. 0 the Day of the Date of this Deed of the

aforenamed Wilm Pepperrell Esqr the Sum of Forty Pounds being the Consideration Money therein expressed

p us Wm Corben Suffolk sc/Boston April 8th 1729 The abovenamed William Corbain & Deborah his Wife psonally appearing acknowledged the aforewritten Instrument by them executed to be their Act & Deed

Before me Jos : Hamond Just Pacs

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