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Frederick County Land Records WR25, f. 93
20 Nov. 1804

At the request of Henry Stier the following deed was recorded 18th October 1803 to wit:

This indenture made the 18th day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and three. Between Jacob Stier Sen. Of Frederick County and State of Maryland of the one part and Henry Stier of the county and state aforesaid of the other part. Witnesseth that the said Jacob Stier for and in consideration of the natural love and affection which he ahs and bears unto his son Henry Stier and also for the further consideration of the sum of five shillings to him in hand paid by the said Henry Stier at and before the sealing and delivering of those present the receipt whereof the said Jacob Stier doth hereby acknowledge and himself fully satisfied contented and paid and he the said Jacob Stier hath granted bargained and sold and by those present doth grant bargain sell and confirm and make over unto him the said Henry Stier his heirs and assigns forever except as herein after accepted all that part of a tract of land called the Resurvey on Littleworth lying and being in Frederick County and bounded as follows. Beginning at the beginning of the aforesaid tract called the Resurvey on Littleworth it being the end of the twenty-fifth line of a tract called Father’s Gift and running thence north seventy degrees east twenty-eight perches south fifty degrees east twenty-six perches north thirty-eight degrees east forty-three perches then north forty-three degrees and one quarter of a degree west eighty-three perches to the given line of Jacob Stier’s part of the aforesaid land called the Resurvey on Littleworth and then by a straight line to the first beginning containing twenty-two acres of land or the same more or less. Together will all and singular the rights benefits privileges advantages and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any ways appertaining except the right of selling leasing renting or in any manner transferring the aforesaid land or any part or parcel thereof without the approbation and consent of his father and mother Jacob Stier and Barbara Stier for and during their natural lives being first had and obtained in writing. To have and to hold the aforesaid land and premises and every part and parcel thereof unto him the said Henry Stier his heirs and assigns except as before excepted to the only proper use and behoove of him the same Henry Stier his heirs and assigns forever except as before excepted and the said Jacob Stier doth hereby for himself his heirs executor and administrator covenant promise and agree to warrant and defend the aforesaid land and premises unto him the said Henry Stier his heirs and assigns forever except as before excepted as also against all manners of person or persons whatsoever claiming or to claim by from or under him or them. In witness whereof the said Jacob Stier hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year above written.

Jacob Stier

Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of John Schley, D Levy which was thus endorsed to writ

Frederick County on this 12th day of October 1803. Then came Jacob Stier before us the undersigned two of the Justices of the peace for the county aforesaid and acknowledged the above indenture to be his act and deed and the land and premises therein mentioned to be the right title and property and estate of him the said Henry Stier except as therein excepted his heirs and assigns forever. The same day came Barbara wife of the said Jacob Stier and being by us privately examined out of the hearing of said husband and acknowledged the above indenture to be her act and deed and the land and promises therein mentioned to be the right title property and estate of him the said Henry Stier except as therein excepted his heirs and assigns forever and that she doth make her acknowledgement of the same willing and ---- without being induced thereto by fear or threats or ill usage by her said husband or fear of his displeasure but according to the true intent and meaning of these presents and act of assembly in such ease made and provided. Witness our hands John Schley D. Levy


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Linked toStier, Henry; Stier, Jacob Sr.
AlbumsJacob Stier's Property at Sugar Loaf Mountain: Littleworth, Land Records: Frederick and Montgomery Counties MD--Sugar Loaf Mountain/Monocacy/Dickerson Area

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