Mary C. Licklider & husband.
To: DEED OF B. & S.
John G. Flanagan
THIS DEED made this 16th day of December 1896, between Mary C. Licklder and John C. Licklider her husband, parties of the first part, and John G. Flanagan of the second part,
WITNESSETH: that for and in consideration of the sum of Four Hundered and Fifty Dollars, ($450.-) cash in hand paid by the party of the second part, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, the said parties of the first part do grant and convey unto the said party of the second part, with general warranty, a certain tract of land situated about five miles south-east of Shepherdstown, in Jefferson County West Virginia, containing thirty-one acres and thirty one perches, known as part of the land of which the late James Flanagan died seized and possessed, and the same which was assigned and conveyed to said Mary C. Licklider, and designated as “Lot No. 5” in the Deed of Partition of the real estate of said decedent, between John G. Flanagan and wife, and others, of date January 23rd 1879, on record in said county in Deed Book “0” pages 147-52,– to which reference is hereby made for a description of the metes and bounds of said land, — with also a “right-of-way to and from said Lot No. 5, through the other lots to the public road”, as in said deed provided.
To have and to hold the said 31 acres and 31 perches of land herein conveyed, with said “right-of-way” and with all other rights, privileges and appurtenances unto said land belonging unto the said John G. Flanagan, his heirs and assign forever.
Witness the following signatures and seals.
Mary C. Licklider (SEAL).
John C. Licklider (SEAL).
State of West Virginia, Jefferson County. To-wit:
I, D.S. Rentch a Justice of Peace of the said County of Jefferson do certify that Mary C. Licklider and John C. Licklider her husband, whose names are signed to the writing above bearing date the 16th day of decemeber 1896, have this day acknowledged the same before me in my said County.
Given under my hand this 16th day of December 1896.
D.S. Rentch Justice of the Peace
State of West Va., County of Jefferson. SS.
IN the Clerk’s Office of the County Court Oct. 29th 1901.
This Deed of Bargain and Sale, dated Dec. 16th 1896, from Mary C. Licklider to John G. Flanagan for Real Estate was produced in this office and duly admitted to record, at 2 P.M.
W. F. Alexander, Clerk of Said Court
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