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Other Misc Wills & Deeds
Pomeroy/Slade - Indenture
From Other Misc. Wills & Deeds Books
page 33 - 35
William Pomeroy To Thomas Slade
This Indenture made the Eighteenth day of September, in the Year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five - Between William Pumroy of Lock’s Cove, Fogo, in the Northern District in the Island of Newfoundland, Planter of the one part and Thomas Slade and David Slade of Poole, Dorset, England, Merchants. Executors of the firm of John Slade & Company trading in the said Island of Newfoundland of the other part. Whereas the said William Pumroy now stands in possession of a certain plantation or Fishing Room situate at or in Locks Cove aforesaid, bounded on the North East by property now occupied by William Pope, on the South West by Water of Fogo Harbor and on other parts by Wasteland and whereas for the securing the sum of One hundred and forty pounds, due by William Pumroy & Sons, with the said firm of John Slade & Company. He, the said William Pumroy hath agreed to and with the said Thomas Slade and David Slade, their heirs, executors, administrators and assigns to grant, bargain and to sell them the said Thomas Slade and David Slade, in the manner hereafter mentioned all and singular other the premises of him the said William Pumroy, situate in Lock’s Cove, Fogo - aforesaid together with all and singular the Houses, Outhouses, Tenements, Ways, Paths, Water-courses, easements, advantages and appurtenances whatsoever to the said piece or parcel of ground belonging in any wise appertaining. In short,the whole of that property known as Pumroy’s Room and now in the possession of himself. Now therefore this Indenture witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of five shillings current money of Newfoundland to the said William Pumroy in hand, well and truly paid by the said Thomas Slade and David Slade the receipt whereof the said William Pumroy doth hereby acknowledge and for the further consideration of the sum of one hundred & forty pounds, which the said William Pumroy & Sons justly oweth unto the said firm of John Slade and Company. He, the said William Pumroy doth by these presents, give, grant, bargain, sell and assign with the said Thomas Slade and David Slade for the use and benefit of the said firm of John Slade & Companies, all his rights, title, claims demands and interest of and in all that plantation or Fishing Room and premises, situate in Locks Cove - Fogo aforesaid. To have, hold, use, receive, possess and enjoy the same unto and for the purpose, use, benefit and advantage of the said firm of John Slade & company, their heirs, Executors, administrators and assigns for ever. Provided neverless that if the said William Pumroy shall and do well and truly pay or caused to be paid when the said Thomas Slade and David Slade shall demand the same - this clear and full sum of one hundred and forty pounds currency - then this agreement to be null and void, or else to remain in full force and virtue. In Witness whereof the said William Pumroy had hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year aforementioned in Fogo, Newfoundland, where stamped paper is not required. William Pumroy his X mark, s.s. signed, sealed and delivered, being first read over and fully explained in the presence of John W. Owen, Gentleman, William B. Case, accountant. Receipt of five shillings being the consideration money within names to be paid William Pumroy for the conveyance of the before described premises. Witness William B. Case.
This document William B. Case of Fogo, accountant, maketh oath and saith that he was present and actually saw William Pumroy put his mark to and seal and deliver the within papers writing as and for his act and deed on the day of the date thereof at which time the said paper writing was read over to and perfectly understood by the said William Pumroy. William B. Case, Sworn to before me at Fogo, the 21st day of September AD 1865. John Peyton Commission Affidavits and Circuit Courts.
I hereby certify that the execution of the deed of which the foregoing is a correct copy by William Pumroy party thereto appears by the Affidavit of William B. Case, endorsed thereon to have been proved before John Peyton, Commissioner Affidavits Supreme and Circuit courts on the twenty first day of September A.D. 1865. The said deed was deposited with me for registration on the 13th day of October A.D. 1865 at 5 o’clock P.M. and a correct copy of the said deed and also a copy of the affidavit of proof of the same are hereby duly registered by me this day.
Given under my name this twenty first day of November A.D, 1865.
Lewis W. Emerson, Registrar
|Note: The wills and deeds in these will books are NOT original documents. They are hand-written copies
of a, "last will and testament, deed, etc. " written by the court clerk, after the death of the testator,
when the executor presented them to the court for probate, or after a deed was registered. The court clerk just put them in the book in whatever order they were in, no spacing most
of the time, no punctuation. The originals were kept by the executor, or lawyer.
We who have typed these wills, have made every effort to include all the errors that were on the microfilm,or photocopy in order to avoid destroying the integrity of the originals, where ever they may be.
Page Contributed & Transcribed by Ross Pomeroy (April 2004)
Revised by Ivy F. Benoit (Wednesday February 20, 2013 AST)
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