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On 15 Set 1804, Caleb Stansbury purchased 129 1/4 acres of part of “Butler’s Farm” and part “Addition to Elledge’s Farm,” and 6 3/4 acres part of “I Will and I Will Not” from Amon Butler for 427 pounds 10 shillings current lawful money. The land borders on “Addition to William” [Baltimore County, MD Land Records Book WG 85, Folio 35].
On 12 June 1813, Caleb Stansbury, Sr. sold this same land to Caleb Stansbury, Jr. for $620 current money [Baltimore County, MD Land Records Book WG 125, Folio 360].
On 29 May 1918, Caleb Stansbury, Jr. and wife Mary of Fairfield County, OH sold the above land to Amon Richards for $3,266 lawful money, along with 15 acres of “Joseph’s Defeat” [Baltimore County, MD Land Records Book WG 146, Folio 506].