Surname: Deitterly, Selner, Delp, Ott ------------------------- This indenture made the second day of April in the year if our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty eight. Between Charles Selnor surviving administrator of account and singular, the goods and chattels, rights and credits which were of Henry Deitterly late of the township of Bedminster of the County of Bucks and the state of Pennsylvania. This man who died intestate of the one part and Daniel Deitterly of the same place of the other part: Whereas the said Henry Deitterly in his lifetime and at the time of his death was lawfully seized in his demise as of fee and in the following describes message and plantation or tract of land situated in Bedminster aforesaid. BEGINNING at a stone a corner of land now deed to George Delp thence by the same south forty two degrees west one hundred and thirty two perches to a stone thence by the same and land of Michael Ott north forty eight degrees and three quarters west one hundred and twenty perches and four tenths to a post a corner of land now posted and intended to be conveyed to John Deitterly thence by the house the seven following courses and distance, to wit north sixty five degrees east thirty seven perches and five tenths into a (feesblick) road, thence along the middle of same north eight degrees east forty perches to a post and north thirty six degrees three quarters east forty four perches and nine tenths to a post then leaving the road north forty eight degrees three quarters west thirty four degrees perches to a post and north thirty six degrees three quarters east fourty four perches and none tenth to a post and north thirty two degrees west fifteen perches and nine tenths to a post and north sixty nine degrees west fifty three perches and four tenths to a post and north forty one degrees east thirty four perches and an half to a post in the line of Michael Youn’s land then by the sand and land of Abrahan (Greatz) and Anthony Slutter south fourty nine degrees east two hundred and twenty nine perches and nine tenth to the place of beginning CONTAINING one hundred and twenty three acres and one hundred and five perches of land. Be the same more or less (It being the same premises which Michael Deitterly and Barbara his wife by deed dated the sixteenth day of April in the year f our lord one thousand eight hundred and one and recorded in Bucks County in deed book no 01, Volume B, page 112 bequested and confirmed unto the said Henry Deitterly in his life time in fee simple). AND WHEREAS, at an Orphan’s Court held at Doylestown in and for the County of Bucks, September the eleventh Anno Domini and one thousand eight hundred and twenty five 1825 the petition of the widow and heirs and legal representatives of Henry Deitterly aforesaid deceased was presented and read setting forth: that in pursuance of an order from the Orphans Court of Bucks county an Inquest was held upon the real estate of the said intestate. Consisting of a messuage and tract of land of one hundred and twenty three acres and one hundred and five perches of land valued by the said inquest at the sum of six thousand and twenty eight dollars and twenty four cents which Inquisition was confirmed prise (sic) by the said court on the third day of March Anno Domini 1818. On the same day Daniel Deitterly the eldest son aforesaid appeared in open court and accepted the said real estate at the said valuation and offered Henry Stover and Jacob Stover as his sureties: that the said Daniel Deitterly nor the said sureties have seal nor hath either of them interred into recoquizance (sic) or bonds for the payment of the said sureties shares of the said valuation to the other heirs of the said deceased. Now had the said Daniel paid or otherwise secured the same to be paid to the other heirs: that shortly after such acceptance he declined to the said heirs taking the same as he was afraid he would not be able to par for it. The heirs agreed he should do so and that he should have and possess the same upon rent $111 yearly. The petitioners therefore appeared and agreed that the said Daniel Deterly be released form his acceptance of the real estate aforesaid and did severally refuse to take any past thereof at the declaration best prayed the court for an order to sell the same by the Administrators of the Estate to wit. John Deterly and Charles Selnor for the benefit of the heirs and legal representatives of the intestate. WHEREUPON the court did grant an order to make sale of the premise above mentioned for the purpose above set forth to Law. AND WHEREAS Charles Selnor one of the administrators above named made report that in pursuance of the within order of Court after having given due public and timely notice of the time and place of date agreeably to direction thereof. He did on the twenty first day of October last past expose the premises to sell the same for want of buyers. Which report as confirmed by the court December the twelfth Anno Domini 1825. AND WHEREAS afterwards to wit on September the eleventh Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and twenty seven the petition of Charles Selnor the surviving administrator of the Estate of Henry Deitterly deceased aforesaid was presented and read setting forth that at the September term 1825 and order was granted by the said Court upon the petition of the heirs of said to sell the real estate of the aforesaid descendent consisting of a messuage and tract of one hundred and twenty three acres and one hundred and five perches of land in the township of Tinicum aforesaid. In pursuance of which order the Administrators made a report to December term 1825 that they had exposed the said premises to public sale as ordered by the Court by were unable to sell the same for want of buyers. He therefore prayed the court to grant him an alias order to make sale of the messuage and tract of land for the benefit of the heirs of the said decedent upon the following terms: one third on the first of April 1829 with interest. The remainder at the death of the Widow. The interest whereof to be paid he annually during her natural life the two last payments to be secured on the premises by mortgage. WHEREUPON the court on the eleventh day of September aforesaid granted an Alias order the said Charles Selnor Surviving Administrator aforesaid after having given due public and timely notice of the time and place of sale did the day and time therein mentioned expose the promise aforesaid to sale by public vendors or autery and sold the same to Daniel Deitterly for the sum of two thousand three hundred and eighteen dollars and fifty five cents lawful money of the United States. He being the highest and best bidder and the best price bidden for the same which sale on report thereof made to the Judges of the said court was on the thirteenth day of December following by them confirmed. And it was considered and adjusted by the said court that the same should be and remain firm and stable as by the words and proceedings of the bonds relation being decedent will at large appease. NOW THIS INDENTURE WITNESSTH that the said Charles Selnor surviving administrator as aforesaid and in consideration of the said sum of two thousand three hundred and eighteen dollars and fifty five cents to him in hand paid by the said Daniel Deitterly at and before the insulating and delivery of the receipt. WHEREOF he doth hereby acknowledge and thereof aquit (sic) and forever discharge the said Daniel Deitterly his heirs and executors and administrators by those present. LEAVE granted bargained sold released, and confirmed and by these presents in pursuance and by virtue of the said order of Court doth grant bargain sell release and confirm unto the said Daniel Deitterly and to his heirs and assigns all that the said messuage and tract of land bounded and aforesaid. TOGETHER with all and singular other the houses outbuildings barns stables ways woods waters water courses rights liberties privileges hereditaments and appeasements whatsoever therein into belonging to in any wise appertaining and the (unreadable section) does issues and profits of and also all the real estate right title interest property claim and demand whatsoever of the said Henry Deitterly at ands immediately before the time of his deceased in law or equity or otherwise howsoever of into trust of the same. TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said messuage or tenement or tract of land CONTAINING one hundred and twenty three acres and one hundred and five perches herein testaments and promises hereby granted or mentioned or interested so to be with the appearance unto the said Daniel Deitterly heirs and assigns forever. SUBJECT however to the widows dower as aforesaid. AND the said Charles Selnor, surviving administrator for himself his heirs executors and administrators doth covenant promise frank and agree to and with the said Daniel Deitterly his heirs and assigns by these prevents that he the said Charles Selnor hath not hereto fore done or committed or wittingly suffered to be none or committed and act of matte or thing whatsoever. Whereby the promises hereby granted conveyed past thereof is are or shall or may be impeached (sic) or imcombered (sic) in title, chays, estate or otherwise howsoever.
IN WITNESS whereof the said parties to these presents have interchangeably set their hands and seals. Dated the day and year first above written. CHARLES SELNER (seal) sealed and delivered in the presence of us N. 13 the schedule in the 7th line from bottom being made before signing and the said Charles include in the 10th line from the bottom. Jacob Deaterly. Conrad Harper; RECEIVED on the day of the date within written indenture from the above named Daniel Deitterly the sum of two thousand three hundred and eighteen dollars and fifty five cents lawful money of the United States. It being consideration money above mentioned in full by us Charles Selner ATTER: Conrad Harper.
BUCKS COUNTY (seal) Be it known that in the second day of April Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and twenty eight before we Conrad Harper, Esquire one of the Justices of the peace in and for the said county come the above named Charles Selnor Administrator as aforesaid and acknowledged that above writing indenture to be his wot and deed and device that the same night recorded as such recording to Law. IN TESTIMONY whereof I have hereinto set my hand and seal the day and year above written. CONRAD HARPER: RECORDER APRIL 5, ANNO DOMINI 1898
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