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DEED FIELDER AND THOMAS GAUNT TO SAMUEL TEMPLING

FREDERICK COUNTY, MARYLAND

At the request of Samuel Templing the following deed was recorded 22 February 1786

TO WIT: This indenture made this twenty sixth day of December in the year of our Lord Seventeen Hundred and eighty five Between Fielder Gaunt of Frederick County, State of Maryland and Doctor Thomas Gaunt of Calvert County and same state of the one part and Samuel Templing of Frederick County of the other Part. Witnesseth that the said Fielder and Thomas Gaunt for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and twenty seven pounds Current money of Maryland to them in hand paid by the said Samuel Templing at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof they hereby acknowledge and the said Samuel Templing there from acquit and discharge they the said Fielder and Thomas Gaunt have granted, bargained, sold, alien, release and confirmed, and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell, alien, release and confirm unto him the said Samuel Templing and his heirs All that part of a tract of land called Fielderea Manor lying and being in Frederick county which is included in the following courses and lines, to with beginning at three bound Black Oaks being the beginning trees of a tract of land called Four and a Half Gallons of Rum originally granted to Thomas Brooke and George Fraser and running thence East twenty perches North Seventy five degrees and an half degree East twenty perches to a stone marker with the letters S. T. then South eight degrees West one hundred and ninety two perches to the end of four perches on the fourth line of a tract of land called Elison then with the said land the three following courses, North sixty nine degrees West sixteen perches, North forty six degrees West sixty perches North eighty degrees West one hundred and seven perches to the seventh line of Four and a Half Gallons of Rum aforesaid nineteen perches from the end thereof then with the said line North four degrees East nineteen perches to the end thereof then North four perches then by a straight line to the beginning containing and now laid out for one hundred and twenty seven acres of land more or less. Together with all and singular the Woods, Underwood, Ways, Waters, WaterCourses, Advantages and Appurtenances whatsoever to the same part of the aforesaid Tract of land belonging or appertaining and the Revertion and Revertions Remainder and Remainders thereof. Ann all the Estates Right Title Interest Property Claim and demand whatsoever of them the said Fielder and Thomas Gaunt of in and to the same part of the aforesaid tract To have and To hold the said part of Fielderea Manor herein before described together with all and singular the premises Advantages and Appurtenances to the same belonging to him the said Samuel Templing and his heirs and assigns forever and to and for no other use Intent or purpose whatsoever Saving and reserving unto the said Fielder Gaunt his heirs and assigns, the absolute right and property of all mines and minerals discovered or to be discovered within or upon the same land hereby conveyed with full and free liberty and power of Ingress and Regress to did for and carry off the same and the said Fielder and Thomas Gaunt for themselves and their heirs do hereby covenant promise grant and agree to and with the said Samuel Templin his heirs and assigns the land herein described and hereby conveyed except as above is saves and reserved unto him the said Samuel Templin his heirs and assigns against them thee said Fielder and Thomas Gaunt their heirs and assigns and from and against all persons claiming or to claim by from and under them or either of them the same lands shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents. In witness whereof the said Fielder and Thomas Gaunt have hereunto signed their names and affixed their seals the day and year first herein before written.

SIGNED: Fielder Gaunt, Thomas Gaunt

Witness: Richard Dobbs, Barton Garrot (Fielder)

    1. C. Hanson (Thomas)

Acknowledge: 26 December 1785 (Fielder)

3 January 1786 (Thomas)

WR 6 page 335-6



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