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Indenture Between George Adam Kline and Jacob Kline, Frederick County, MD

This Indenture made the fourth day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty-four between George Adam Kline of Frederick County State of Maryland of the one part, and Jacob Kline of the same County and State aforesaid of the other part:

Witnesseth, that for and in consideration of the sum of Eight Dollars per acre current money of the United States to the said George Adam Kline in hand paid by the said Jacob Kline at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof George Adam Kline doth hereby acknowledge, and thereof doth release, acquit and discharge the said Jacob Kline his heirs executors and administrators by these presents, he the said George Adam Kline hath granted, bargained and sold, and by these presents doth grant, bargain and sell unto the said Jacob Kline and to his heirs and assigns forever all the following Tract part of parcel of land lying in the County aforesaid Viz all that Tract of Land called "Mountain Vacancy", part of a Tract of Land called "Weavers Last Renewal", part of a Tract of Land "Meadow Land" and part of a Tract of Land called "The Third Time of Asking". Beginning for the outline of the whole at the end of the sixth line of Charles Kline's deed for part of a Tract Land called "Tavoch" as conveyed to him for 50 acres and running thence S60 degrees W78 perches S60 degrees W9 perches N16 degrees W9 perches N51 degrees W40 perches N32 degrees E44 perches N72 degrees W9 perches to the beginning of the whole Tract called "Weavers Last Renewal" then N85 1/2 degrees East 34 perches to a Spanish Oak marked with 9 notches. Still N85 1/2 degrees E44 perches to intersect the first line of the land deeded by George Adam Kline to his son George Kline for 196 acres and with said line reversed N47 1/2 degrees W36 1/2 perches to a stone formerly planted at the end of the 37th line of the whole tract called "The Third Time of Asking" then by and with the outlines thereof of the whole Tract aforesaid as it meets and bounds in succession to the end of the 46th line of said land then S20 degrees E12 3/4 perches to the end of the 10th line of the aforesaid land called "Mountain Vacancy" and with said land reversed 6 courses Viz S35 degrees E22 ___ S2 degrees W20 perches S45 degrees E10 perches N25 degrees E28 perches S25 degrees E34 perches N65 degrees E40 perches to a heap of stones then with 2nd line of a 79 acre deed for part of "Weavers Last Renewal" N___ degrees E151 perches to the end of the last line of George Weavers Junior Deed for part of said land and with said deed reverst S2 1/2 degrees E68 perches to a stone planted at the end of the 19th line of "Weavers Last Renewal" and with said Land N61 degrees E56 perches to intersect the 23rd line of a tract of land called "Egypt" and with said land reverst N35 degrees E16 perches to the end of the 22nd line of said land then running reverse of George Riders deed as conveyed to him for 33 acres S86 1/2 degrees E8 perches to a marked gum tree N69 degrees E45 1/2 perches to a stone planted N84 degrees E40 perches to the end of the 5th line of the "Third Time of Asking" aforesaid and with said land N15 degrees W38 perches to the end of the 8th line of a deed given by George Adam Kline to George Kline then running reversed with the lines of said deed from stone to stone six courses and distances and from thence with a straight line the beginning containing and now laid out for 186 acres of Land more or less also part of a tract of land called "The Third Time of Asking" beginning at the end of the 17th line of the whole tract and running thence north 83 degrees E31 perches to the end of 73 perches on the 11th line of the whole Tract aforesaid then by and with the outlines thereof in succession to the first mentioned beginning containing and now laid out for twenty three acres and a quarter of an acre of land more or less.

And all houses, buildings, orchards, ways, waters, water courses, profits, commodities, hereditaments, and appurtenances, whatsoever to the said premises hereby granted or any part thereof belonging or in any way appertaining; and the reversion and reversions, remainder and remainders, rents, issues and profits thereof, and also all the estate, right, title, interest, use, thrust, property and demand whatsoever of him the said George Adam Kline of in and to the said premises, and all deeds, evidences and writings, touching or in any way concerning the same: TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said Tract or parcels of Land as above described and named hereby conveyed and all and singular other the premises, hereby granted, and every part and parcel thereof, with their and every of their appertenances, unto the said Jacob Kline his heirs and assigns forever - To the only proper use and behoof of him the said Jacob Kline his and of his heirs and assigns forever. And the said George Adam Kline for himself heirs, executors, and administrators, doth hereby convenant, grant, promise and agree to and with the said Jacob Kline his heirs, executors, administrators or assigns, that he the said George Adam Kline and his heirs the said tract of land and premises hereby granted, bargained and sold, and every part and parcel thereof, with the appurtenances thereunto belonging, to him the said Jacob Kline his heirs, and assigns, against him the said George Adam Kline and his heirs, and against all and every person or persons whatsoever, claiming by from or under him shall and will warrant and forever defend. And the said George Adam Kline for himself, his heirs, executors, and administrators, doth further convenant, grant, promise and agree, to and with the said Jacob Kline his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, that he the said George Adam Kline and his heirs, shall and will, at all times hereafter, whenever required thereto by the said Jacob Kline his heirs or assigns at the proper cost and expense of the said Jacob Kline his heirs or assigns, make, do, execute and acknowledge, all and every such further assurance or assurances, deed, or deeds, conveyance or conveyances, devise or devises, in the law, as he the said Jacob Kline his heirs or assigns, or his or their counsel learned in the law, may or shall advise, devise or require, for the more certain and effectual assuring, conveying and quieting, the possession of the said Jacob Kline his heirs and assigns, of, in and to the said tract of land and premises, with the appurtenances forever.

In witness whereof the said George Adam Kline doth hereunto subscribed his name and affixed his seal the day and year first above written.

SIGNED SEALED AND DELIVERED IN THE PRESENCE OF George Flautt, Ignatius Brown and (George) Adam Klein

State of Maryland, Frederick County, to wit:

Be it remembered, that on this fourth day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty four personally appears George Adam Kline of Frederick county, the party grantor above named, before in the subscribers two of the states Justices of the Peace for the County aforesaid and acknowledges the above deed, or instrument of writing to be his act and deed, and the land and premises therein mentioned, and thereby bargained and sold, also therein named, his heirs and assigns forever, according to the purpert, true intent and meaning of the said deed or instrument of writing, and the acts of assembly in such case made and provided. And now at the same time also personally appears Catharine Kline wife of the said George Adam Kline before us the subscriber justices of the Peace as foresaid, and acknowledges the said deed or instrument of writing to be her act and deed, and the land and premises therein mentioned to be the right and estate of the above name Jacob Kline his heirs and assigns, forever; and the said Catherine being by us privately examined apart, from and out of the hearing of her husband, "whether she doth make her acknowledgement of the same willingly and freely, and without being induced thereto by fear or threats of, or ill usage by , her husband, or fear of his displeasure?" acknowledges that she doth make her acknowledgement of the same willingly and freely, and without being induced thereto by fear or threats of, or ill usage by, her husband, or fear of his displeasure.

TAKEN AND CERTIFIED THE DAY AND YEAR ABOVE WRITTEN.