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Saturday, 24 August 2013

Purchase of 198 Acres on Lot 58, Prince Edward Island by Donald McInnis from Thomas Earl of Selkirk

R.G. Registry Office Conveyances 1769 – 1872 Reel #11
Volume 26, Pages 66 – 69
Prince Edward Island, Public Archives and Records Office
Copy from microfiche obtained 31 July 2013
McInnis, Donald from Earl of Selkirk
Conveyance 198 acres on Lot 58

Transcribed by DenaP:) 24 August 2013

Earl of Selkirk to Donald MacInnis Conveyance. registered on the 17th day of September 1819 at Eight o'clock in the Evening.
 C: Binns D. Keys

This Indenture made the 24th day of November in the year of our Lord one Thousand eight hundred and Eight between the Right Honorable Thomas Earl of Selkirk by James Williams of Prince Edward Island Esq.  This attorney lawfully constituted and appointed as herein after mentioned of the one part and Donald McKinnis of the Parish of St John in the queens County in the said Island former of the other part Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and Ten pounds lawful money of the said Island by the said Donald McInnis to the said Thomas Earl of Selkirk in hand at and before the Sealing and delivery of these presents will and Truly paid (bring the consideration for the Complete purchase of the absolute Estate of Inheritance in fee simple all of and in the Lands and (illegible) hereinafter mentioned to be hereby Granted and released) the receipt where of He the said Thomas Earl of Selkirk doth hereby acknowledge and thereof and from every part and parcel of doth Acquit release discharge the said Donald McInnis his Heirs, Executors and Administrators and every of them forever by these presents He the said Thomas Earl of Selkirk Hath Granted, Bargained, Sold, Aliened released and confirmed and by these presents Doth Grant Bargain, Sell, Alien, release and Confirm unto the said Donald McInnis and to his Heirs and Assings.  All That Tract Nice or parcel of Land situated lying and being in the Parish of Saint John in the queen’s County and in the said Island of Prince Edward being part or parcel of Lot or Township number Fifty eight and abutted and bounded as follows that is to say Commencing at a (illegible) fixed on the Shore of Pinette bason, thence running East for the distance of one hundred and Twenty-tow Chains thence running South for the distance of Fifteen Chains  thence running West for the distance of one hundred and Twenty Chains or until it reaches the Marsh land, thence along the edge of the Wood Lands until it comes to a stake fixed in the edge of the Marsh (which is also the boundary of Angus McDonald’s Marsh thence South to the shore of the Southeast Branch of Pinnette and along the courses there of until it reaches the boundary of a Detached (illegible) of March Land belonging to the aforesaid Angus McDonald, thence North to the borders of the Wood Lands and along the said Wood Lands until it Clears the aforesaid detached (illegible) of Marsh (illegible) along the shore to the place of beginning making and including one hundred and Ninety eight acres of little more or less, agreeably to the (illegible) hereunto annexed Together with all woods and underwoods, ways, Waters, Watercourses, Easements, Liberties, (illegible), Profits, Advantages.  (Illegible) and appurtenances whatsoever to the same Premises belonging or in any wise appertaining or therewith usually occupied or enjoyed And the (illegible) and (illegible) remainder and remainders, Rents, Issues and Profits there of And all the Estate, Right, Title, Interest, use, Trust, Property, Claim and Demand whatsoever both at Law and in Equity of him the said Thomas Earl of Selkirk of into or out of the same and every part and parcel thereof To Have and To Hold the said two Tracts, Pieces or parcels of Land and all (illegible) singular, other the Premises herein before mentioned unto the said Donald MacInnis his Heirs and assigns to the only propertee and (illegible) of the said Donald McInnis, his Heirs and assigns forever saving and reserving nevertheless unto the said Thomas Earl of Selkirk his Heirs and assigns all white or yellow (illegible) which (illegible)  be found thereon with full liberty of Ingress, Egress and regress to and for the said Thomas Earl of Selkirk his Heirs and assignees, Servants and workmen from time to time the same to fell cut down hue and carry away through the said Premises doing so hurt or damage to the Grain or Grass of the said Donald McInnis his Heirs or Assignees and Subject also the payment of the quit rents due and payable to his Majesty from the first day of May in the year of our Lord one Thousand Eight hundred and Six and to the quit rents hereafter to grow (illegible) and payable to His Majesty His Heirs and Successors And the said Thomas Earl of Selkirk for himself his Heirs and assignees Doth hereby (illegible) Promise and Agree to and with the said Donald McInnis by these presents in manner following that is to say that the said Thomas Earl of Selkirk now at this time of the Sealing and delivery of these presents is lawfully and rightfully (illegible) of the Premises above Granted and released of in a good pure perfect absolute and Indefeasible Estate of Inheritance in fee Simple without any manner of Condition Power of limitation or any other restraint matter or thing whatsoverver to alter change, charge, Lessen, defeat or Incumber the same and also that he the said Thomas Earl of Selkirk now both in himself  Good right full Power and lawful authority by these presents to Grant, Bargain, Sell, Alien, Release and Confirm the same Premises above mentioned to be Granted and released and the appurtenances (except as aforesaid) unto another the use of the said Donald MacInnis his Heirs and Assignees forever in manner aforesaid according to the (illegible) Interest and meaning of these presents and lastly that he the said Donald MacInnis and his Heirs and Assignee shall and may from time to time and at all times forever hereafter Peaceably and quietly have hold, use, occupy, possesses and  enjoy all and singular the said Premises above mentioned to be heretofore Granted and released with the appartenances (except as aforesaid)  without (illegible) Let, Suit, Trouble, Molestation or Interruption of or by the said Thomas Earl of Selkirk his Heirs or assignees or any other Person or Persons whatsoever Claiming or to Claim the same Premises or any part there of free and Clear and freely and clearly acquitted and discharged of and from all and all manner of former or other Gifts, Grants, Bargains, Sales, (illegible) Executions, rents and arrears of rent, rights, Titles, Estates, and of and from all Incumbrances whatsoever. In Witness whereof the above named James Williams both hereunto set the hand and affixed the seal of the said Thomas Earl of Selkirk by virtue of a Letter of Attorney under his hand and seal for that purpose duly executed and registed and the said Donlad MAcInnis hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first before written. (illegible ) by James Williams his attorney Sealed and delivered in manner (illegible) in the presence of
Charles Wright                                       John McDonald (illegible)

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