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Land Transfer

Transfer from John Brockings to Robert Edmunds October 10, 1682

To all Christian People to whome this present Deed shall come John Brookings of Boston in New England Maulster and Elizabeth his wife send Greeting: Know Ye that the sd. John Brook­­eing & Elizabeth his wife for and in consideration of the Sume of Threescore and ten pounds in currant money of New England to them at and before th'n Sealing and delivery here of well and truely paid by Robert Edmunds of Boston afore­sd. Fisherman the receipt whereof the sd. John Brookings and Elizabeth his wife doe hereby acknowledge, and themselves therewith to bee fully Satisfied contented and paid, and thereof and of and from every part and parcel thereof for themselves their heires Exrs. and Adrs. do exonerate acquit & fully discharge the sd. Robert Edmunds his heires Exrs. Admrs. & Assig­nes for ever by these presents Have given granted bargained Sold aliened enfeoffed convayed and confirmed, and by these presents Do fully clearly and absolutly give grant bargain Sell alien enfeoffe convay & confirme unto the sd. Robert Edmunds his heires Exrs. and Adrs. and assignes All that their Messuage or Tenement standing or being scituate at the Northerly end of the town of Boston and fronting upon the lane that leadeth from the dwelling house of the sd. Brookeing up towards the back Street being the Eastermost house in sd. Lane and all the land that it standeth upon and all the yard Roome and garden thereto adjoyning and belonging contain­ing at the Front thereof or the sd. Lane thirty one foote & four inches, and at the reare thereof thirty one foote & two inches, and containing in length form the Eastward end to the westward end thereof Forty and three foote; the which house and Land is butting and bounded by the aforesd. laine South, by the land of William Shute North, and by the Land of the sd. John Brookings East and west, And also the liberty & previledge of the sd. lane westward, and the liberty & priviledge of the well and the previledge of the drein the sd. Edmunds his heires Execrs, and assignes bearing their proportionable part of the charge of both and all other liberties previledges and apparturnances to the sd. house & land belong­ing or in any wise appertaining, and all the Estate right title use propriety possession claim & demand of them the sd. John Brook­ings and Elizabeth his wife their heires Execrs. Adrs. or Assignes of in or unto the premisses or any part thereof To Have and to hold to him the sd. Robert Edmunds his heires Exrs. Adrs. and assignes for ever; And to his and their sole & proper use benefit and behoofe from henceforth for ever And the sd. John Brooking and Elizabeth his wife for them­selves, their heires Exrs. Adrs. and assignes do convenant promiss and grant to and with the sd. Robert Edmunds his heires Exrs. Adrs. & Assignes that they the sd. John & Elizabeth Brookings are the true right and proper Owners of all & singular the abovebargained premisses and have in them-selves full power good right and Authority the same to bargain Sell alien and confirme to him the sd. Robert Edmunds his heires Exrs. and assignes as aforesd. And that the abovebargained premis­ses are at the Sealing and delivery hereof Free and cleare and clearly acquitted and discharged of and from all former and other gifts grants bargain's Sales leases mortgages titles troubles jointures dowers wills entailes and from all other acts alienations and incumbrances whatsoever And that the sd. Robert Edmunds his heires Exerrs. and assignes shall and may peaceably and quietly from henceforth for ever hereafter have hold use improve possess and enjoy all and singular the abovebargained premisses and all the liberties & previledges and appurtenances without the let trouble hinderance molestation or disturbance of the sd. John Brookings or Elizabeth his wife or of any other person from by or under them or any of either of them And the premisses against them­selves and every other person lawfully claiming or pretend­ing to have any interest therein unto the sd. Robert Edmunds his heires Exrs. & assignes shall warrant  and for ever defend by these presents. And that the sd. John Brookings and Elizabeth his wife shall & will do & performe any other act or thing that may bee for the better secureing and sure makeing the bargain­ed premis­ses to the sd. Robert Edmunds his heires Execrs. & assignes according to the true intent of these presents. In witness whereof the sd. John Brook­ings and Elizabeth his wife have hereunto set their hands and Seales the tenth day of October Anno. Domi. One thousand Six hundred & Eighty two 1682.

Signed Sealed & Delifid.

  in the presence of                John Brooking & a Seale

  Timothy Thornton.     Elizabeth Brooking & a Seale

  Thomas Kemble.

John Brooking and Elizabeth his wife acknow­ledged this Instrumt. to bee their act and deed this 14th. of Octobr. 1682. before Samll Nowell Assist.

  Entred 18th. Octobr. 1682.

                             p. Isa: Addington Clre.

(Suffolk Deeds, John Brockings to Robert Edmunds).


 

 


Owner/SourceSuffolk Deeds
Linked toEDMUNDS, Robert

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