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AGREEMENT LAND – JACOB YOUNG et. Al

FREDERICK COUNTY, MARYLAND

At the request of Jacob Young Esquire & Others the following agreement was recorded April 7th, 1788 To Wit: The state of Maryland Agreeable to an act of Assembly of this state entitled "An Act for marking two bounding lands". We the subscribers whose names are hereunto annexed proprietors of the land in Frederick County called and know by the name "Four and a Half Gallons of Rum" and also proprietors of the adjacent lands have this day agreed as will to mark and bound the out lines of the whole tract called "Four and a Half Gallons of Rum" as our particular parts thereof and by running the out lines as express in the Grant, we find the aforesaid land would lay different from the original location thereof occasioned by an attraction which draws the North point of the Magnetic Needle three degrees Easterly and by running the out lines thereof from the beginning trees thereof with an allowance of three degrees for a attraction we find the land to lay where it originally did lay. Therefore we have agreed to have the land called "Four and a Half Gallons of Rum" thus run, marked and bounded as follows: Beginning at the beginning trees of said land and running thence North twenty eight degrees West one hundred and thirty two perches to a stone N1 then North thirty six degrees East one hundred and five perches to a stone N2 then North four degrees West one hundred and ninety two perches to a stone N3 then North fifty seven and a half degrees West one hundred fifty perches to a stone N4 then South thirty seven degrees West one hundred perches to a stone N5 then South fifty seven and a half degrees East eighty three perches to a stone N6 then South thirty seven degrees West one hundred and forty perches to a stone N7 then South sixteen degrees West one hundred and seventy perches to a stone N8 then South twenty three degrees East two hundred and fifty perches to a stone N9 then South fifty three degrees East sixty perches to a stone N10 then North thirty seven degrees East one hundred and forty perches to a stone N11 then North three degrees West forty perches to a stone N12 and then by a straight line to the beginning containing and now laid out for seven hundred acres of land agreeable to the grant thereof Beginning for Jacob Youngs part of the said tract of land at the stone N1 standing at the end of the first line of the whole tract and running therewith the out lines to the end of the eight line to the stone N8 and then by a straight line to the Beginning Stone N1 containing four hundred acres of land Beginning for Samuel Templings part of the aforesaid land at the beginning trees of the whole tract and running thence with the first line thereof to the end where stands the Stone N1 aforesaid then with the Given line of Jacob Young’s part of said land ___________one hundred nineteen perches to a stone then South seventeen and three quarters degrees East one hundred and seventy two perches to a Hickory sapling in a heap of stones then South forty and a half degrees East seventy four and a half perches to a stone standing at the end of eighty two perches in the eleventh line of the whole tract then with the out lines of the said whole tract to its beginning containing one hundred fifty acres of land. Beginning for Peter Coolouse’s part of the aforesaid tract of land at a stone standing at the end of one hundred sixty one perches in the ninth line of the whole tract and running to the stone standing at the end of the fourth line of Samuel Templins part of said land, then with the out lines thereof ________to a stone standing at the end of one hundred twelve perches on the third line of said Templins part of the land aforesaid and then by a straight line to the beginning containing seventy five acres of land. Beginning for Joseph Colemans part of the aforesaid land at the beginning of Peter Coolouse part and running with the out lines of the whole tract then with Jacob Youngs given line for his part of said land to a stone at the end of the second line of Samuel Templins thereof then with the third line of said Templings part to a stone at the end of the fifth line of Peter Coolouse’s part and then by straight line to the beginning containing only five acres of said land. In Witness that we hereunto fully agree, we and each of us have hereunto ________in the presence of each other set our hands and affixed our seals this third day of April 1788.

JACOB YOUNG

JOSEPH COLEMAN

SAMUEL TEMPLIN

MOLTIN MORDSEN

PETER COOLOUSE

HERMAN COOLOUSE

 

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