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Patrick Kough & John Henry Warren

 

Patrick Kough,TOJohn Henry Warren,
DealerMerchant
 

 

PLACE: Bonavista, Oct. 28, 1851

EVENT: Memorial of an Indenture - Patrick Kough grantor on oath to Mathew W. Walbank

DESCRIPTION: Whereas Patrick Kough is indebted to John H. Warren in the sum of seven hundred and twenty two pounds payable at the times hereafter mentioned to the amount of three hundred and sixty pounds which the said John Henry Warren by the said indenture agrees to receive as a compensation for the same now the said indenture witnesseth that in consideration thereof and of the sum of five shillings, the said Patrick Kough paid by the said John Henry Warren, his heirs and assigns all that piece of land, fishing room and Plantation situated in Harbour Beach at Bonavista aforesaid now in the possession of the said Patrick Kough, bounded on the northward by a fishing room and premises belonging to William Walsh, on the southward by Powells room, on the eastward by the public road and on the westward by the water of the harbour together with the dwelling house, store, stage, flakes and all excavations thereon and all water courses and open elevances to the said land belonging.

Further, Patrick Kough assigns to John Henry Warren and heirs, five boats together with their craft and one large "Coasting Boat" now in the possession of the said Patrick Kough to the only proper use and behalf of the said John Henry Warren, his heirs and assigns forever. Provided always that in case the said Patrick Kough, his heirs or assigns do pay unto the said John Henry Warren, his heirs or assigns the said sum of Three Hundred and Sixty pounds currency in the manner following, that is to say, forty five pounds on the first day of September in each and every year until the said sum of Three Hundred and Sixty pounds currency shall be fully paid without any deduction whatsoever, then the said John H. Warren, his heirs and assigns shall at the costs of the said Patrick Kough, his heirs and assigns recover the said conveyances and goods and the said Patrick Kough, his heirs and assigns for ever..

Signed: Nov. 7, 1850 in the presence of M.W. Walbank

NOTE: On October 28, 1851, the estate of John H. Warren was insolvent and William Warren, Edward Bowering and Thomas Benson Elly were set up as trustees of the insolvent estate and sold the deed to a Philip (Peter) G. Tessier and Louis Tessier.

 

 

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