Deed: James D. Gammon to Lemuel Dunham, 10 Apr. 1858


Know all Men by these Presents,

That I, James D. Gammon of Canton, in the County of Oxford and State of Maine in consideration of the sum of Twenty five dollars paid by Lemuel Dunham of Hartford in the County of Oxford and State of Maine the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge, do hereby give, grant, bargain, sell and convey unto the said Lemuel Dunham his Heirs and Assigns forever one undivided fourth part of the south half of lot numbered Eleven in the Seventh Range of Lots of Land in said Hartford; and also one undivided fourth part of one undivided half of the North half of said Lot of Land, or one undivided Eighth part of the North half of said Lot; intending by this Deed, to convey one undivided fourth part of all that part of said Lot of land of which Lemuel Dunham late of Hartford in said County deceased died seized in fee.

To have and to hold the aforegranted and bargained Premises, with all the privileges and appurtenances thereof to the said Lemuel Dunham, his heirs and assigns, to their use and behoof forever. And I do covenant with the said Lemuel Dunham, his heirs and assigns, that I am lawfully seized in fee of the Premises, that they are free of all incumbrances ; that I have good right to sell and convey the same to the said Lemuel Dunham to hold as aforesaid ; and that I and my Heirs shall and will WARRANT AND DEFEND the same to the said Lemuel Dunham, his heirs and assigns forever, against the lawful claims and demands of all persons.

In witness whereof, I the said James D. Gammon and Mary Gammon wife of said James D. in testimony of her relinquishment of her right of Dower, in the above-described Premises, have hereunto set my our hands and seals this Twenty fouth tenth day of August April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty two eight.

James D. Gammon [Seal]
Mary R. Gammon [Seal]

Signed, Sealed, and Delivered, in presence of,
T. J. Bridgham

Oxford SS. April 10 A D 1858. Personally appeared the above-named and acknowledged the above Instrument to be his free act and deed.

Before me,
T. J. Bridgham Justice of the Peace.

[Recorded 5 May 1858, Oxford County (Me.) Deeds (Eastern District), Book 114, Page 337.]

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