Forfeited Estates; Inventories and Sales Volume 12

Forfeited Estates; Inventories and Sales Volume 12

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...be true Extracts taken from the Returns of Survey remaining in the Surveyor General's Office Witness my Hand this 20th day of December 1784. JOHN LUKENS S. G. A PAY ROLL OF A PARTY OF MILITIA ORDERED BY JACOB MILLER AND STEPHEN BALLIET AGENTS FOR NORTHAMPTON COUNTY, FOR THE PURPOSE OF SEIZ'ING FORFEITED ESTATES. Ex'd & settled the above Accot. Amoty. to one pound seventeen shillings and eight pence specie JNO. NICHOLSON. Compt. Geni. office Jany. 30, 1786. To the Honorable Thomas McKean Esquire Doctor of Laws chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and his associates Justices of the same Court. The Petition of Jacob Shallus of the City of Philadelphia in behalf of Mary Hasenliver Respectfully Sheweth. That the said Mary Hasenliver as reslduary Legatee of Francis Casper Haseneliver late of the said City Merchant, is legally Seized of one equal Moiety a Certain Tract of Land situate in the County of Northampton or Shahawkencreek about too Miles and a Quarter from Delaware River Containing 2711,5 Acres with Christian Huck an Attainted Traitor That the said Land is now advertised for sale by the Agents for Confiscated Estates as the Deputy of said Huck. That Mary Hasenelever being absent your Petitioner humbly prays that the sale of the Premises may be suspended, untill She has an opportunity of being heard in support of her Claim. And your Petitioner as in Duty bound &c J. SHALLUS. I certify that the above Claim was filed on the 17th day of September instant and that the Judges of the Supreme Court have directed that the sale of the premises above claimed be deferred till the said Claim be heard and determined. Witness my Hand this 18th day of Sept. 1787. EDW. BURD prot. Suplar Penna. To the Agents of...show more

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  • Paperback | 250 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 13mm | 454g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236930487
  • 9781236930484