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pre1790 Deed, Salem Co,NJ Dallbow, James Flannigan
Posted by: Valerie N. Caulfield (ID *****6275) Date: April 15, 2002 at 15:01:02
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Mortgage Deed, Book A, p. 56, Salem County Courthouse, Clerk's records.

Daniel Dallbow, Mortgagor
to
James Flannigan, Mortgagee

For One Hundred & Twenty Acres of Land, part & parcel of 300 Acres which
the s'd. Daniel Dallbow Purchased of Thomas Harris & William Peters.


No description follows, til an explanation at the bottom of the page,
apparently added years after the fact. I would recommend anyone
interested in researching further, to check the Common Pleas court records in the
Salem County courthouse, in case more is given there.:

Salem fi. Be it Remembered that on the 22 Day of february 1790
personally appeared before me the Subscriber, one of the Judges of the
Inferior Court of Common Pleas for the County of Salem in the State o
New Jersey, Samuel Roberson of full age being Legally Sworn did Depose
and say that on or about the twenty eight day of August last part be wa
present and with Samuel Morgan in the City of Philadelphia and hear
William Huysham (?) say unto Samuel Morgan that he did write Down Anth.
Keasbey, Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas in and for the County of
Salem late a certain Mortgage form of the Mortgage Book in his Lands as
Clerk when Samuel Morgan, viz., had given unto the said Huysham for a
certain sum of which he the said he had Received full satisfaction of
the above said Samuel Morgan viz. in his life time and that he had no
Demand whatsoever against the Deceased Estate and Samuel Morgan wanted
him to Deliver the Mortgage Deed and said the Deed was Lost in the time
of the war or when the British was in Philadelphia and further the
Despondent saith not.

Sworn before me the Day above written, John Mayhew
Recorded the 6th of June 1790, Keasby.



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