1855 Deed Langill
Langill-Langille Deeds
Governors of Kings College, Windsor to George Langill
January 9th, 1855

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Deed
Governors of Kings College, Windsor to George Langill
Registered 9h January, 1855 at 11 o'clock a.m.
on the certificate of Hugh Hartshorne, J.P.

This Indenture made the sixth day of December, in the year of our Lord, one thousand, eight hundred and fifty-four between the Governors of Kings College, Windsor, of the one part and George Langille of Earl Town, in the County of Pictou, of the other part.

Witnesseth that the said Governors of Kings College, Windsor, for and in consideration of the sum of sixty pounds of lawful money of Nova Scotia to them in hand well and truly paid by the said George Langill at or before the executing of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, do by these presents grant, bargain sell, enfeoff, alien, release and confirm unto the said George Langill, his heirs and assigns all those two certain lots or parcels of land described and known as lot No. 37 and No,. 38 in the Kings College Tract at River John, in the County of Pictou, as the same are respectively designated and laid off on a plan of division of said tract made by William Hattie, Deputy Surveyor, and recorded at Pictou in the Registry of Deeds, Liber 40, folio 61.

The said lot No. 37 containing one hundred and fifty-four acres, more or less, and the said Lot No. 38 containing seventy acres and three quarters of an acre, more or less and all the houses, buildings, ways, waters, watercourses, easements, hereditaments and appurtenances to the same belonging and the reversions, remainders, rent and profit thereof and all the estate rights, title, interest claim and demand at law and in equity of the said Governors of Kings College, Windsor, of, in, to, or upon the same.

To have and to hold the said above granted and described lots of land and premises unto the said George Langille, his heirs and assigns to his and their own use forever. And the said Governors of Kings College, Windsor, do covenant with the said George Langille, his heirs and assigns as follows. That is to say, that the said Governors of Kings College, Windsor, now are the lawful, rightful and the sole owners in fee simple of the said above granted lots of land and premises without any manner of encumbrance.

And also that they now have good right, full power and lawful authority to grant, sell and convey the same according to the true intent and meaning of these presents and also that he, the said George Langille, his heirs and assigns shall and may now and henceforth enter into, have, hold, possess and enjoy the said above granted lots of land and premises without let, hindrance, eviction, interruption or disturbance of, from or by any person or persons lawfully claiming the same. And also that the said Governors of Kings College, Windsor, the said above granted lots of land and premises unto the said George Langille, his heirs and assigns again the lawful claims and demands of all and every person and persons with warrant and forever defend by these presents.

In witness whereof the President of the said Governors of Kings College, Windsor, hath hereto subscribed his name and hath caused their common seal to be hereunto affixed the day and year first above written.

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of
James C. Cochran H. Nova Scotia

On the ninth day of December, 1854 appeared personally before me, a Justice of the Peace for the City of Halifax, James C. Cochran subscribing witness to the foregoing Deed, and made oath that the same was duly signed, sealed and executed on behalf of the Governors of Kings College, Windsor.

Hugh Hartshorne, J.P.

source:
LDS film #0578982, vol.40, pg. 202
Transcribed by Lynda Minarzick
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