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DEED FOR THE PROPERTY
(Copy of deed from Alexander H. Ewing and Mary P. Ewing, his wife, to the town council of Lower Sandusky, Sandusky County, Ohio, in September 1843; taken by J. Burgner, from book “U”, pages 205 and 206, recorder’s office, Fremont, Ohio)

Know all men by these presents: That I, Alexander H. Ewing and Mary P. Ewing, his wife, of the county of Hamilton, and state of Ohio, in consideration of one hundred (100) dollars, to us paid by the town council of Lower Sandusky, of the county of Sandusky and state of Ohio, the receipt where of is hereby acknowledged, do hereby give, grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said town council and their successors in office, forever, the following described real estate, to-wit:
“Beginning at a stone planted at the foot and on the southeast side of a white oak tree, standing on the west line of tract eleven (11), in Sandusky county, Ohio; running from thence south thirty-two (32) degrees and ten (10 minutes east, three (3) chains and seventeen (17) links, to a stone; thence south, forty-three (43) degrees and thirty (30) minutes east, seven (7) chains and four (4) links, to a stone; thence north, seventy-two (72) degrees east, two (2) chains and fifty-seven (57) links, to a stone; thence north, nineteen (19) degrees and fifty (50) degrees and forth-five (45) minutes west, five (5) chains and thirty-nine (39) links, to the place of beginning;” containing three (3) acres, be the same more or less.
And it is expressly agreed that if the said point of beginning shall prove not to be on the said west line of tract eleven(11), that the said granted premises shall extend to and be bounded by said west line,, at a point corresponding with the courses of the lines first and last mentioned, of the premises herein granted; said premises being granted to the town of Lower Sandusky for the purpose of a public burying ground and for no other purposes whatever; and upon the condition that said town council shall enclose and forever keep enclosed, said premises, with a good and substantial fence; and open and make a roadway to said premises, commencing at the west and of Market street, running south with the west line of tracts ten (10 and eleven (11), and west of said tracts ten (10) and eleven (11), of said burying ground.
And we, the said Alexander H. Ewing and Mary Ewing, his wife, for ourselves, our heirs, administrators and assigns, do hereby covenant with the said town council, and their successors in office, that at the ensealing of these presents, we are well and truly seized of said premises, in fee simple, and have good right and lawful authority to convey the same, in manner as above expressed, and that the same is free and unencumbered, and that we will forever warrant and defend the same against all lawful claims whatever.
In testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals, this seventh (7) day of September, A.D. 1843.
A. H. EWING
MARY P. EWING
Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of R. P. Buckland. A. Eddy.
State of Ohio, Sandusky county, ss.
 

 

 

 

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