Doverspike Heirs

to

Gabriel Miller




This Indenture witnessth, that wife Mary Dubenspeck, John Daubenspeck and Lydia his wife. Lewis Dubenspeck and Amelia his wife. David Daubenspeck, Philip Daubenspeck and Priscilla his wife. William Daubenspeck and Lydia his wife. Henry Swonger and Elizabeth his wife, formerly Elizabeth Daubenspeck, and Peter Doverspike. Legal heirs and representatives of Lewis Daubenspike (deceased) formerly of Red Bank Township County Clarion County State of Pennsylvania of the one part, and Gabriel Miller of New Bethlehem Porter Township County and State aforesaid of the other part.

Witnesseth:

That the said parties of the first part for and in consideration of the true preformance of the following conditions by the said Gabriel Miller of the second part, or by his heirs or aforesign viz:

The said Gabriel Miller, his heirs, executors, administrators, or aforesign, shall and with and truly fine and provide for Mom Mary Dubenspeck, widow of Lewis Daubenspeck Sr. (deceased) who is to be reside with said Gabriel Miller as long as she remains widow of said Lewis Daubenspike (deceased) a sufficiency of meat, drink wearing apparel, lodging, and to provide for all the neccessary wants, either sickness or in health during her natural life, be as comfortable as far as relates to term comprovial wants, or that might add to her confort in life, as that it do not exceed that which it was during the time of her lamented husband, and at her decease pay all funeral exspenses doctor bills ect.

And if at any time for good and lawful reason the said Mom Mary Daubenspike should see proper to leave the said Gabriel Miller residence (which is intended to be on this promise hereafter mentioned ) then for her support said Gabriel Miller is to pay her in place of the above mentioned conditions the of sum of ----- dollars annually as long as she remains the widow of said Lewis Daubenspike (deceased) and she then to maintain herself, which considerations when so fullfilled shall be in full for the consideration of the following decribed property viz:

All that certain piece of land situated in the Redbank Township Clarion County Pennsylvania.

Bounded and described as follows wit:

Beginning at a Black Walnut on Redbank Creek, thence by land of Henry Swonger north thirty degees west eighty six percels to a White Oak, thence by lands of said Henry Swonger, north twelve degrees west fourty two and a half percels to a post, thence by land of John Silvis, south eighty nine degrees, east fourty two and a half percels to a post, thence by lands of said John Silvis, north nine degrees west sixty three percels to a post, thence by lands of Philip Doverspike, north seventy six degrees east one hundred and thirty three percels to a post, thence by lands of John Mohney, south two degrees west fourty six percels to a White Oak, thence by lands of said John Mohney west twenty six percels to a White Oak, thence by lands of said John Mohney, south fifty four percels to a post, thence by lands of David Doverspike, south fifty two degrees, west seventy five percels to a White Oak grub, thence south thirty four degrees, east four percels to a post, thence down Redbank Creek, fourty nine degrees, west thiry two percels and south fifty one degrees, west twenty three percels to the place of the beginning.

Containing one hundred and thirty one acers and sixteen percels, being part of a larger tract of land conveyed by the Commonnweath of Pennsylvania to Lewis Doverspike (deceased) by patent dated the 24th day of March 1829.

Enrolled in Patent Book H Vol. 27 Page 17.

He the said Lewis Doverspike dying in testate left the above mentioned undivided piece of land to the afore mentioned heirs.

Together with all appurtenances, rights, priviledges, members.

To Have And To Hold the said piece of ground, containing one hundred and thirty one acers and sixteen percels, as the said Gabriel Miller and his heirs and assign against them the said parties of the first part, and their heirs, and against all and every other person or persons whomsoever lawfully claiming the same, by, from, though, or under them.

Shall And Will Warrant And Forever Defend.

In Witness Whereof.

The said parties of the first part have herein set their hands and seals the 2nd day of April of A. D. one thousand eight hundred and fifty.

Signed Sealed And Delivered In The Presence Of

Thomas McKelvey }

P. H. Hoffman }

Clarion County

Pennsylvania

Mary (her x mark) Doverspike {Seal}

John Doverspike {Seal}

Lydia (her x mark) Doverspike {Seal}

David Doverspike {Seal}

Lewis Doverspike {Seal}

Amelia Doverspike {Seal}

Philip (his x mark) Doverspike {Seal}

Priscilla (her x mark) Doverspike {Seal}

William Doverspike {Seal}

Lydia (her x mark) Doverspike {Seal}

Henry Swonger {Seal}

Elizabeth (her x mark) Swonger {Seal}

Peter Doverspike {Seal}

Before me a Justice of the Peace came the above name wife Mary Doverspike, John Doverspike and Lydia his wife, Lewis Doverspike and Amelia his wife. David Doverspike. Philip Doverpike and Priscilla his wife Henry Swonger and Elizabeth his wife, and Peter Doverspike, and acknowledged the above Indenture to be their act and deed, and desire, the same should be recorded as such.

They the said Lydia, Amelia, Priscilla, Lydia and Elizabeth, being of full age and by me examined seperate and apart from their said husbands, the contents being first made fully known to them, declared that they did of their own fee will and accord signed sealed and as their act and deed delivered the same without coercion or compulsion of their said husbands.

Clarion County Book B 3 1/2 Vol. 601