Transfer of land between Samuel Templin and Richard Templin
Recorded 6/28/1810, Frederick Co., Maryland (Land Rec. WR-37)
Ex’d & del Grantee 25th Jan. 1825
At the request of Richard Templing the following deed is recorded 28th June 1810 to wit:
THIS INDENTURE made this seventh day of May in the year of our Lord Eighteen hundred and ten Between Samuel Templing of Frederick County and state of Maryland of the one part and Richard Templing of same County and State of the other part Witnesseth that the said Samuel Templing for and in consideration of the sum of Three thousand one hundred & eighty pounds good and Lawful money to him in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged and thereof and there from every part and parcel thereof doth fully clearly and absolutely acquit exonerate and discharge the said Richard Templing his heirs executors and administrators, hath given granted Bargained and sold aliened released Enfeoff’d and confirm’d and by these presents doth give grant bargain and sell alien release eifeoff and confirm unto the said Richard Templing his heirs and assigns forever the following Tract or parcel of Land lying and being in Frederick County afore said and being part of the two following named Tracts of Land: to wit; Nothing Venture Nothing Gain and Douts neglect. Begin = seeing at a Locust post standing at the end of the tenth line of said Land call’d Nothing Venture Nothing Gain and running thence by and with the old service road the four following Courses North sixty three degrees West forty perches, North fifty degrees West twelve perches, North Twenty three degrees West sixty perches, North fifty one degrees West sixty nine and a half perches to the out lines of deuts neglect aforesaid then South Forty three degrees West thirty four perches to a stone planted at the end of the first Line of the aforesaid Tract of Land call’d Nothing Venture Nothing Gain and running with the same in succession agreeable to call meetes and Bounds thereof to the Beginning which is at the end of the tenth line thereof, and containing three hundred and twenty four & a quarter acres of Land more or less and excepting there out six and a quarter acres. Convey’d acertain Martin Keplinger Together with all and singular the Buildings Improvements Conveniences and advantages belonging or in any manner of way appertaining To have and to hold the said Tract or parcel of Land and all and singular the premises with the appurtenances herein mentioned or intend’d to be hereby granted with all the right title and Estate of him the said Samuel Templing both in Law and Equity unto the said Richard Templing his heirs and assigns forever and the said Samuel Templing for him self and his heirs the said Tract or parcel of Land and all and singular the premises with the appurtenances unto the said Richard Templing his heirs and assigns against him the said Samuel Templing and his heirs and all persons claiming under him or them or any of them shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents. In Witness whereof the said Samuel Templing hath here unto subscribed his name and office & his seal the day and year first within written.
Signed seal’d and delivered Samuel Templin (Sig. & Seal)
In presence of
Jo. Swearingen, Henry Steinbel
Which is thus endorsed, to wit:
Frederick County to wit Be it remembered that on the seventh day of May 1810 Samuel Templing came before us the subscribers two of the Justices of the peace in and for the County aforesaid and acknowledged the within Instrument of writing to be his act and deed and the Land and premises therein described to be the right title and estate of the within names Richard Templing his heirs and assigns forever according to the true Intent and meaning thereof and the acts of Assembly in such cases made at the same time Hannah Templing and wife of the aforesaid Samuel Templing being by us privately examined out of the hearing of her said husband acknowledged the aforesaid Instrument of writing to be her act and deed and the Land and premises therein mentioned to be the right Title and Estate of the aforesaid Richard Templing his heirs and assigns and declared that she did the same willingly and freely and without being induced thereto by fear or threats of or ill usage by her said husband or through fear of his displeasure. Taken and certified the day and year above written.
Jo. Swearingen (Sig.)
Henry Steinbel (Sig.)