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ALL Persons indebted to the estate of Richard Templin dec’d. late of East-Nantmel, are desired to make immediate payment; and all those having claims against the estate are desired to bring them forward properly authenticated for steelement, to


John Templin, Ex’r.


March 16, 1825



Pursuant to the last will and testament of Richard Templin, of East-Nantmel township, dec’d.


Will be sold at Public Vendue


On the premises, the late residence of the dec’d., on Saturday the 5th of November next, at one o’clock, P. M. 

A valuable Plantation, containing two hundred and sixteen Acres, bounded by land of Thomas Bull, Jacob Sheeler, Cyrus Jacobs and others; and on the Post-road from Norristown to Lancaster. Of this plantation nearly 100 acres are under timber; the proportion of meadow is suitable; and there is a variety of Fruit-trees. The whole in a good state of cultivation. The buildings are a stone house and barn in good repair; a smoke-house and a springhouse over an excellent spring near the dwelling. At the door, a well of excellent water with a pump therein; and running water accommodates most of the fields on the place. The conditions will be made known on the day of the sale, by


John Templin, Ex’r.


October 12th, 1825


Newspaper article in the “Templin” file at

Chester County Historical Society