Langill Deed
Langill Deed
George Patriquin to John Langill
July 12, 1853

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Deed
George Patriquin to John Langill and others
Registered on the 12 July, 1853 at 10 o'clock a.m.
on the oath of John McCabe

Know all men by these presents that I, George Patriquin of the River John, in the district of Pictou, in the Province of Nova Scotia, yeoman, for and in consideration of the sum of five pounds lawful money received it to my full satisfaction of George G. Perin, George Patriquin, David Langill I, George Bigney, Sr., Christopher Perin, George Mingo, James Mattatall, James Cameron, Matthew Langill, Samuel Langill, David Hind, Christopher Langill, Matthew Gratto, Mary Gratto, Abnet West, George Bigney, Jr., John G. Langill, Munro, George Jollinor, Louis Langill, John G. Langill, George F. Langill III, Lewis Tattra, George Joudry, James Langill II, George F. Langill I, David Patriquin, George Foster, James Bigney, George McCabe, John Langill, Revd., John Mitchell, Robert McKay, John Mingo, James Patriquin, Frederick Langill, Frederick Perin, John Strumbers, James Perin, Sr., of the River John, in the district and province aforesaid, the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge, have granted, bargained and sold and by these presents do grant, bargain and sell unto George G. Perin, George Patriquin, David Langill I, George Bigney, Sr., Christopher Perin, George Mingo, James Mattatall, James Cameron, Matthew Langill, Samuel Langill, David Hind, Christopher Langill, Matthew Gratto, Mary Gratto, Abnet West, George Bigney, Jr., John G. Langill, Munro, George Jollinor, Louis Langill, John G. Langill, George F. Langill III, Lewis Tattra, George Joudry, James Langill II, George F. Langill I, David Patriquin, George Foster, James Bigney, George McCabe, John Langill, Revd., John Mitchell, Robert McKay, John Mingo, James Patriquin, Frederick Langill, Frederick Perin, John Strumbers, James Perin, Sr., their heirs and assigns, a certain piece of land situate, lying and being at the River John aforesaid bounded and described as follows.

Beginning at the bank of a brook commonly called the Brook running thence south east along the highway seven rods, thence south west fifteen rods, thence north west six rods, thence along said bank to the place of beginning.

To have and to hold said parcel of land and premises above-mentioned with the appurtenances unto the aforesaid persons named, their heirs and assigns forever to their own proper use and behoof, subject to the original conditions of the first grant and I covenant with said persons aforesaid named, their heirs and assigns, that I am well seized of the above granted and bargained premises and have good right and full authority to sell the same in manner and form as above written, and that I will warrant and defend the quiet and peaceable possession thereof to them, their heirs and assigns forever against the lawful claims of me, my heirs and assigns forever.

In witness whereof the said George Patriquin and Katherine his wife, have hereunto set their hands and seals this second day of January in the year of our Lord, one thousand, eight hundred fifteen and in the fifty-fifth year of his Majesty's reign.

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of
Duncan Beaton
George X Patriquin [his mark]
John McCabe
Katrin X Patriquin [her mark]

Received on the day of the date of this deed from the within named persons, the sum of five pounds, being the full consideration of the foregoing deed mentioned.

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Christopher Jean Perin
George X Patriquin [his mark]
John McCabe

Source: LDS film #0578981, vol. 38, pg. 141

Transcribed by Lynda Minarzick
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