Langill-Langille - Deed
William Langill to William Langill
December 7, 1860

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Deed
William Langill and wife to William Langille
registered 1 p.m. 7th December, 1860
on the certificate of K. MacLean, J.P.

This indenture made this seventh day of June in the year of our Lord, one thousand, eight hundred and sixty between William Langill, Esquire, of River John in the County of Pictou and Eunice his wife, of the one part, and William Langill of River John, in the County of Pictou aforesaid, of the other part.

Witnesseth that in consideration of the sum of one hundred pounds of lawful money of Nova Scotia to them in hand paid by the said William Langill at or before the execution of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby knowledge, the said William Langill and Eunice his wife, have and each of them hath granted, bargained, sold, aliened, enfeoffed, released, conveyed and confirmed and by these presents do and each of them doth grant, bargain, sell, alien, enfeoff, release and confirm unto the said William Langill, his heirs and assigns all that certain lot of land situate, lying and being on the south shore of the Straits of Northumberland in River John, in the County of Pictou, abutted, bounded and described as follows.

Viz - beginning on the said southern shore of said Straits at a stake the north west angle of a lot of land granted to Edward Munro, and running thence south along the west boundary line of said lot, nine chains sixty links to this south side of the Main Post Road, thence west along said road forty links to a stake, thence south and parallel to the aforesaid line at the said distance of forty links therefrom, thirty-four chains to a stake and stones, thence west thirteen chains and seventy-five links to a hemlock tree on the east boundary line of a lot of land now belonging to Daniel Salisbury, thence north on said boundary lines forty-three chains, fifty links to a stake on the shores of the Straits of Northumberland aforesaid, and thence easterly by the courses of said shore along the same to the place of beginning, containing sixty acres, more or less, with all and singular the privileges and appurtenances to the said lot or piece of land belonging or in any wise appertaining, the revisions and remainders, rents, issues and profits thereof and also all the estate right, title, interest, property claim and demands whatsoever, both at law and in equity, of him the said William Langill, and all dower or right or title to dower or other interest of her, the said Eunice his wife, into, out of or upon the same or any part or parcel whereof.

To have and to hold the said lot or piece of land and premises with the appurtenances and every part and parcel thereof unto him the said William Langill, his heirs and assigns to his and their only proper use, benefit and behoof forever. And the said William Langill for himself, his heirs, executors and assigns, doth hereby covenant with the said William Langill, his heirs and assigns as follows. That is to say, that at the time of the execution of the presents, he, the said William Langill, lawfully seized of an indefeasible estate in fee simple of and in the said lot or piece of land in premises with the appurtenances hereinbefore and hereby sold and conveyed or intended so to be and that he hath good right, full power and lawful authority to sell and convey the same in manner and form, the same or herein and hereby sold and conveyed or intended so to be. Also that the said William Langill and his heirs, the said lands and premises and every part and parcel whereof, together with the appurtenances unto him the said William Langill, his heirs and assigns, against the lawful claim and demands of all and every person or persons whomsoever will warrant, maintain and for ever defend these presents.

In witness whereof the said parties have hereunto their hands and seals the day and year first above written.

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of
John Tattrie
William Langill
Eunice X Langill [her mark]

Received on the eighth day of June from William Langill therein named, the sum of one hundred pounds of lawful money of Nova Scotia, being the full consideration therein mentioned to be paid by him to me.

Witness
John Tattrie
William Langill

Be it remembered that on the thirteenth day of June in the year of our Lord, one thousand, eight hundred and sixty-four, before me the subscriber, one of her Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the County of Pictou, there formerly appeared Mrs. Eunice Langill, a party to the within instrument and wife of William Langill, who was also a party thereto, who being by me examined acknowledged that the said instrument was by her executed for the purposes therein set forth and that freely and involuntarily, without force or compulsion on the part of her husband. K. MacLean, J.P.

I do certify that John Tattrie, a subscribing witness to the within instrument, came personally before me and made oath that he was present and witness to the execution of the same by William Langill and Eunice Langill, the parties whose names and seals are hereto set.

River John, 13th June, 1860
K. MacLean, J.P.

Source: LDS film #0578986, vol. 47, pg. 503

Transcribed by Lynda Minarzick
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