Following is from a land deed book in Hampshire county, West Virginia and is

on pages 175 and 176 of an unknown book.

 

This Indenture made and entered this into this 24th day of May 1845 between

Daniel Whip of the first part and Sarah Whip widow of William Whip deceased

and Betsy Ann Whip, William H. Whip, Lucretia Catharine Whip, Eliza Jane Whip,

Mary Susan Whip, Simon Peter Whip and Sanford Whip children and heirs of said

William Whip deceased of the second part. Whereas the said Daniel Whip and

Catharine his wife on the 12th of August 1829 by deed of record in this county

court of Hampshire in deed book No. 27 page 108 did convey to the said William

Whip his heirs and afsigns a certain tract of land lying on or near Beaver Run

containing 141 1/7 acres for a more particular description of (?) references

(?) made to said deed upon the condition neverthelefs that the said William

Whip should tend the said (forson?) in a form and like manner during the life

time of the said Daniel Whip and his wife Catharine and to give them one full

third part of the crops of every thing which may be raised on the said farm

the priviledge of the land and garden to be mutually and equally between them

the said Daniel Whip and his wife Catharine and at their death the said

William is to pay to each of his brothers and sisters just so much as he the

said William may deem just and equitable he the said William to be the sole

judge And whereas the said Daniel Whip is willing and desiring to confirm and

convey to the said parties of the second part the said tract of land free of

every sort of condition or encumbrances and of releasing them from every

obligation imposed upon them by reason of said deed or of any thing contained

in it. Now therefore this Indenture witnefsith that for and in consideration

of the sum of one dollar to him in hand paid before the sealing and delivery

of the deed the (?) whereof is hereby acknowledged he the said Daniel Whip for

himself & his heirs and afsigns hath given granted bargained sold and

confirmed to the said parties of the second part and their heirs and afsigns

the said tract of land free from any condition or encumbrance whatsoever and

the said Daniel Whip for himself & his heirs and afsigns doth hereby exempt

acquit and release the said parties of the second part from every obligation

of every sort imposed on them or and of them by the deed aforesaid or imposed

upon the said William Whip deceased and also from every liability incurred by

the said parties of the second part or any of them by reason of any breach of

condition or of any obligations contained in the said deed. And the said

parties of the second do hereby for themselves their heirs and afsigns

covenant and agree to and with the said party of the first part that they will

support him in ease and comfortable during his life time. In testimony whereof

the said parties have (written?) (?) their hands and (?) this day and year

above written.

 

Witnefs Daniel X Whip(seal) (his mark)

Daniel Clark Sarah Whip(seal)

Solomon Arnold Elizabeth Ann X Whip(seal) (her mark)

Nicholas Biser (his mark) William Whip(seal)

Lucretia Katharine Whip(seal)

Eliza Jane Whip(seal)

Mary Susan Whip(seal)

Simon Peter Whip(seal)

Sanford Whip(seal)

 

Hampshire County to wit:

Be it remembered that on the 24th day of June 1845 This Indenture was

presented in the Clerk's Office, proved as to all the parties by the

affirmation of Daniel Clark a witnefs thereto and as to all the parties except

Eliza Jane Whip, by the affirmation of Solomon Arnold another witnefs thereto,

and at another day to wit the 12th day of July 1845. The same was fully proved

as to all the parties by the affirmation of Nicholas Bizer another witnefs

thereto and admitted to record.

Test.

J. B. White

CHC(Clerk Hampshire County)