DEEDS OF PETER UMSTOT

 

At the request of Peter Umstat the following deed was Recorded 23rd June 1770 to Wit

This Indenture  made this twentieth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy (blank) James Gassaway of Frederick County in the province of Maryland of the one part and Peter Umstat of (blank=said cou)nty and Province aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said James Gassaway for and in Conside(blank=ration of ) the Sum of Thirty four pounds Current Money of said Province of to him in hand paid by the said (blank=Peter um)stat the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged Hath bargained Sold given granted Assigned Ma(blank)d confirmed  rights presents do bargain sell assign? make? ever and Confirm unto th(blank=e said) Peter Umstat his heirs and assigns one hundred acres of Land of the Resurvey on Moale Lan(blank=d ly)ing in the County and province aforesaid the said Resurvey on Moale Originally  granted unt(blank=o a certa?)in Benjamin Clary and the said one hundred acres of land was Conveyed by the said Clary (blank=??) Granted? James Gassaway ????? from the said Clary to the Said Gassaway Recorded in the (blank) Records of the Province? &? County? in Lib N/K? folio? No 101?4? and 103? or 5? refference being thereunto had writt?? ??? appear??? signing? for Said one hundred acres of Land at the end of the Twentieth Course of said resurvey part? with? and runing then South fifty degrees west thirty four perches West ten perches North ten degrees East twenty perches North fifty three degrees west  Forty perches West sixteen perches Then South Eighty degrees West fourteen perches North thirty four degrees East one hundr ed and forty six perches South Sixty?fifty? Degrees East one hundred and eight perches South twenty nine degrees  West one hundred and sixty four? perches to the first?point? beginning containing one hundred acres of Land   ???? Together with Buildings Improvements ????  ???? ??adv?antages Thereunto belonging and appertaining to

have and to hold all and singularly the premises to from the said Umstat his heirs and assigns and to no other one Intent or purpose whatsoever ??? ???? James Gassaway for himself and his heirs the said one Hundred Acres of Land with the appurtenances within to Said Peter Umstat his heirs and assigns forever will warrant and defend against all

persons whatsoever Claiming and any right or title to the same and the

said James Gassaway for himself  with the said Peter Umstat his

heirs and as(signs)                                               ????????????????????????????

or his? //                                                           the Said Peter Umstat his heirs and as

signs do                                                            ?? forever for the better ???????

    ??                                                     said James Gassaway has hereunto set

                                                                                                            his

                                                                            James Gassaway  can't read-hand, mark?

                                                            (there is also a light X where the name is)

Transcribed by Helen Benter Aug 1, 1999

Submitted by Elizabeth Periman

This page number appears to be 19 LDS film no. 0013942

 


Delivered William Kain on the	At the Request of William Kain the following

3 Dec. W85 (1785) Deed was recorded on the third day of June Anno Domini 1783 To Wit

This Indenture made the third day of June in the Year of our Lord seventeen hundred and eighty three Between Peter Umstaat of the County of Hampshire in the State of Virginia Farmer of the one Part and William Cane of Frederick County in the State of Maryland Farmer of the other Part Witnesseth that the said Peter Umstaat for and in Consideration of the Sum of one hundred and eighty Pounds current Money of Maryland to him in Hand paid by the said William Cane before the ensealing and Delivery of these Presents, the Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, hath granted bargained sold aligned released confessed and confirmed and by these Presents doth give grant bargain sell assign release enforce and confirms unto him the said William Cane his Heirs and Assigns forever. Deed of Tract or Parcoll of Land Lying and being in Frederick County in the State of Maryland called "The Resurvey on Moale" Beginning for said Part hereby to be conveyed at the End of the twentieth Course of the said Resurvey on Moale and runing thonce South fifty Degrees, West thirty four Perches. West ten Perches. North ten Degrees, East seventy Perches. North fifty three Degrees, West forty Perches. West sixteen perches. Then South eighty Degrees West fourteen Perches. North thirty four Degrees, East one hundred and forty six Perches. South sixty Degrees, East one hundred and eight Perches. South twenty nine Degrees West one hundred and sixty two Perches, to the first Beginning Containing one hundred Acres of Land more or less. Together with all and singular the Buildings Improvemonts, Profits Commodities Privilidges, Easmonts Advantages and Appurtenances whatsoever thereon being or thereunto in any Wise belonging or appertaining To Have and To Hold the said Tract or Parcoll of Land, and Promises with its appurtenances unto him the said William Cane his Heirs and Assigns forever, for his and their only proper Use and Benefit; and to and for no other use Intent or Purposes whatsoever. And the said Peter Umstaat - for himself and Heirs doth hereby covenant and grant promise and agree to and with tho said William Cano his Heirs and Assigns, that he the said Peter Umstaat and his Heirs shall and will warrant and defend the said Land and promises with the appertenances unto him the said William Cane his Heirs and Assigns forever against all and all Manner of Person or Persons lawfully claiming or hereafter lawfully to claim from by or under him the said Peter Umstaat or Heirs or by their Means of procuromont. And the said Peter Umstaat for himself and Heirs doth further Covenant promise and agree, to and with the said William Cane his Heirs and Assigns, that he the said Peter Umstaat his Executors or Administrators shall and will at any Time hereafter execute any other Deed or Instrument in Writing for the further better and more perfect granting convoying and confirming of the Land and Promises aforesaid unto him the said William Cano his Heirs and Assigns forever as by the said William Cano his Heirs or Assigns, his or their Council learned in the Law shall think requosite and necessary. In Witness whereof the said Peter Umstaat hath hereunto set his Hand and affixed his Seal the Day and Year first within written. 	Peter Umstatt (seal) signed sealed and delivered George Scott in the Presence of us Jno. Harrison
On the back of which Deed were endorsed the following Receipt and acknowledgements Viz Maryland Frederick County to wit. Jun 3rd 1783 Came before us the Subscribers Two Justices in and for Frederick County aforesaid Peter Umstaat Party to the within Deed, and acknowledged the same to be his Act, and the Land and Promises thereby convoy ed, to be the Right title and Estate of the said William Cano his Heirs and Assigns forEver, according to the true Intent and Meaning thereof. At the same time came Rachael, Wife of the said Peter Umstat and being privately examined relinquished her Right of Dower voluntarily and freely without Dread or Fear of her said Husband's Displeasure.
George Scott Jn.o Harrison Jurit	
Land Records of Frederick County, Maryland LDS film no. 0013947

Submitted July 24, 2001 by Elizabeth Periman


Piat & Uxor To Umstott Exd
This Indenture made the twentieth day of August in the year one thousand seven hundred & Seventy six Between Cornelius Payat & Elizabeth his wife of the County of Hampshire & State of Virginia of the one part and Peter Umstot of the same county & State aforesaid of the other part and that Witforth that for and in the consideration of the Sum of thirty two Pounds Virginia Currency to the said Cornelius Payat in hand paid by the Said Peter Umstot, at or before the sealing on delivering of those presents the receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge & therefore doth release aquits and discharge the Said Peter Umstot his Heirs Executors and Administrators by those Present he the said Cornelius Payat hath granted bargained sold delivered and confirmed & by those presents doth grant, bargain, sell alien and confirm unto the said Peter Umstot & his Heirs fifty acres of Land sitiuated in the County of Hampshire being part of the Survey the said Umstot now owns the Deed obtained from the honorable Beverly Randolph, Esquire Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia and Virtue of a Warrant from the late Land Proprietor's Office of the Northern Neck of Virginia being dated November the 9th day of 1777 the said fifty acres of Land hereby bargained & sold being bounded as follows Beginning at a White Oak & a Pine on the South side of a lick, near two small drains of Beaver Run a Branch of Patterson's Creek & joins to Frederick Fink's & running N 50 E 32 Poles to White Oak on the Top of a Ridge joins to the other part of the same Survey thence S 50 E along the top of the Ridge 80 Poles to a Walnut thence S 45 E along the Top of the same ridge 94 Poles to Black Oak & two Pines thence S 42 W 64 Poles to four chesnut Okes Bushes forwr to Fred. K Fink's thence N 41 W one & 24 Poles to the beginning containing fifty acres be it more or less & all houses orchards ways water Courses Profits commodities appurtenances & the reversions remainders Rents issues or any part thereof belonging or in anywise appertaining thereof & all property Claims & demand whatsoever of the said Cornelius Peyat of in & to the Said Premisses touching or in any wise concerning the same To have and to hold the Land hereby conveyed & all the singular the premises hereby bargained and sold with every part and parcel thereof with every of these appurtenances unto the said Peter Umstot his Heirs and assigns forever to these only proper use benefit and behoof for ever and the Cornelius Peyat for himself, his Heirs, and Executors & Admins doth Covenant his wife and grant to & with the said Peter Umstot, his Heirs, and assigns, by those presents that the said Cornelius Peyat now at the time of sealing and delivering of those presents is seized of a good and perfect & indefeasible

 

Estate of Inheritance in fee simple of & in the Premises hereby bargained and sold & that he hath good power & Lawful Authority to grant and Convey to the said Peter Umstot in manner and forms foresaid & that the Premises now are & so forever shall remain clear of & from all, former & other graint bargain sales troubles Changes of easements or that so ever note dues or taxes by the said Cornelius Peyat or any other Person or Persons whatsoever the quitrents and taxes hereafter to become due and payable in respect of the Premises excepted & that the said Cornelius Peyat & all his Heirs, & all and every Person & their Heirs whatsoever shall warrant and for ever defend, by those presents and lastly, that he, the said Cornelius Peyat & his Heirs & all & every other Person or Persons Heirs and their Heirs any thing having or claiming heirs before at issue bargained & sold shall & will from time to time & at all times hereafter at the reasonable request & at the proper Cost Changes in the Law of heirs of the said Peter Umstot his Heirs or assigns, make dower execute or cause to be made dower or executed all Law for this & other lawful & reasonable Act or acts thing or things Conveyances and assurances for the furthered issued Cator(?) & perfect conveying and assuring the Premises aforesaid with their appurtenances unto said Peter Umstot his Heirs or assigns or there Counsel learned in the Law shall be reasonable devised advised or required In Witness whereof this said Cornelius Peyat & his Elizabeth has hereunto set their Hands and Seals this Day and year above written.

Signed & acknowledged					 hisin the presents of as 	 				Cornelius O Piat
Teste mark
Elizabeth ^ Piat marl
At a Court held for Hampshire County the 20th Day of June 1796 This Indenture was acknowledged by Cornelius Piat, and Elizabeth, his wife.
Previous thereto (she being first privately examined as the Law directs) and is ordered to be recorded.
Teste
And. Wodrow

 


Higgins Uxor to Umstatt Deed Exd

This Indenture made the seventh day of November in the Year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty five Between Robert Higgins of the County of Hampshire and Hannah his wife of the one part And Peter Umstot of the aforsaid County of Hampshire of the other part Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the Sum of one Hundred and fifty five Pounds Current Money of Virginia by the said Peter Umstot in hand paid at or before the Sealing and Delivery of these presents the receipt whereof the said Robert Higgins Doth hereby acknowledge and thereof doth release aquit and Discharge the said Peter Umstot his heirs Executors and Administrators Forever by these presents they the said Robert Higgins and Hannah his wife Have and each of them Hath granted bargained sold align and Confirmed and by these presents do and each of them Doth grant Bargain Sell alien and Confirm unto the said Peter Umstot his heirs and assigns All that tract or parcel of Land Situate, lying and being in the said County of Hampshire Containing by a patent from under the hand and Seal of The Right Honorable Thomas Lord Fairfax dated the Twenty first day of June one Thousand Seven hundred and Seventy Seven Two hundred and forty acres and bounds as Followeth (to wit) Beginning at two white oaks on a Knoll and running West one hundred and sixty poles to a Pine and Chestnut Oak on a hill side. Thence North Two hundred and Forty Poles to two Pines on a hill side Thence East one hundred and Sixty poles to a water oak by the lick run Thence South Two hundred and forty poles to the Beginning And all houses outhouses Edifices, buildings yards, gardens orchards, Woods, underwoods, Trees, ways, waters, Watercourses, profits, Commodities, herditaments, and appurtenances whatsoever to the said Tract or parcel of Land belonging or in any way appending. And the reversion, and Reversions, Remainder, and Remainders Rents Issues and Profits thereof, and also all the Estate Right, title, interest, use trust possession, benefit property Claim and Demand of them the said Robert Higgins and Hannah his wife, of in or to the same. and all deeds Evidences and Writings touching or in anyway Concerning the said Premises. To have and to hold the said Tract of Two hundred and forty acres of land and Premises herein before Mentioned or intended to be hereby Bargained and sold with their and every of their apprertances unto the said Peter Umstot his heirs and assigns to the only proper use and behoof of him the said Peter Umstot his heirs and assigns forever and the said Robert Higgins for himself his heirs Executors and Administrators Doth Covenant promise and Grant to and with the said Peter Umstot his heirs and assigns by these presents that he the said Robert Higgins now at the time of Sealing and Delivery of these presents is Seized of a perfect Indefeasible Estate of Inheritance in fee simple of and in the tract or parcel of land and premises hereby bargained and sold with their and every of their appurtenances that the said premises hereby bargained and sold now are and so forever hereafter shall be and remain free and Clear and freely and Clearly Acqiuted Econerated and discharged of and from all former and other Gifts Grants bargains Sales Leases Intails Jointers Dowers title or titles of Dowers Mortgages, Extents Judgements and Executions and all other Titles troubles Charges and Encumbrances whatsoever. And Lastly that he the said Robert Higgins and his heirs the same premises and every part and parcel thereof unto the said Peter Umstot his heirs and assigns against the lawful Claim title and Demand of all and every Person and Persons whatsoever shall and will Warrant and forever defend In Witness whereof the said Robert Higgins and Hannah his wife to these Presents have set their hands and Seals the day and year first written.

Sealed and Delivered

In presence of

Robert Higgins Robert Higgins (seal)

John Higgins Hannah Higgins

And Wodrow AW


At a Court Continued and held for Hampshire County the 10th day of November 1785-This Deed of Bargain & Sale from Robert Higgins Uxor and Hannah his wife to Peter Umstot was on the part of the said Robert Higgins proved by the oaths of Robert Higgins Jurat and John Higgins two of the Witnesses there to which was ordered to be Certified and at a Court held for the said County the 16th day of September 1790 the same was further proved by the oath of Andrew Wodrow, the other witness thereto and ordered to be Recorded.
Teste
And Wodrow Co.Cur


Hersman & Uxor to Umstott Deed Exd
p. 466
This Indenture Made this Nineteenth day of November in the Year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Ninety One, Between Casper Hersman and Mary his Wife of the County of Hampshire of the one part, and Peter Umstod of the same County of the other part, Witnesseth that for and in the Consideration of the sum of Forty pounds Virginia Currency to this Casper Hersman in hand paid by the said
Peter Umsted at or before the sealing & Delivering of these presents the Receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge and thereto doth Release Acquit and Discharge the said Peter Umsted his heirs Exectutors Admrs By these presents he the said Casper Hersman hath Granted Bargained Sold and Confirmd and by these presents doth Grant Bargain, Sell alien and Confirm unto Peter Umsted and his heirs One hundred acres of Land situate in the County of Hampshire being part of a Survay obtained the Deed from the right Honourable Beverly Randolph Esquire of the Common Wealth of Virginia and by Virtue of a Warrant from the late Lord Proprietors Office Bearing date the Sixtanth day of November One thousand Seven hundred and seventy seven, The said one hundred acres of Land hereby Bargained and sold Situate on the Drains of Beaver Run a Branch of Paterson's Creak and bounded as follows beginning at a White Oak Corner to another part of the same survay & joining to Frederick Fink s land on the top of a Ridge & Running N 50 E one hundred and fifty poles to a red oak on the line of George Utts Land S. 34 E one hundred and fifty four poles to three White Oaks at the head of a hollow thence South forty two Degrees West one hundred and seventy eight poles to a black Oak & two Pines Corner to the other part of the same Survay on the top of the Ridge thence N. 45 W along the Middle of the top of the Ridge one hundred & fifty poles to the Beginning, Containing one hundred acres be it more or less, and all houses, Orchards, Ways, Water Courses profit Commodities and appurtenances Whatsoever to the said Premises hereby granted or any part thereof, belonging or in anywise appertaining & the Reversions remainders. torts Issues Profits thereof & all property Claim and Demands Whatsoever of him the said Casper Hersman of in and to the sd Premises touching or in anywise Concerning the same To have and to hold the Land hereby conveyed all and singular the Premises hereby Bargained and sold with every part and Parsel thereof with Every of their appertainces unto the sd Peter Umsted his heirs and assignees forever to their only proper use Benefit and Behoof forever and that the sd Casper Hersman for himself his heirs and Execcutors Amr doth Covenant promise and Grant to & with the sd Peter Umsted his heirs & assigns by these presents that the sd Casper Hersman Now at the time of Sealing & Delivering of these presents issued of a good sure & perfect & indefeasible Estate of Inheritance in free simple of in and in the premises hereby bargained & sold & that he hath good power and lawfull Athority to Grant & Convay the same to the said Peter Umsted in Manner and form aforesaid & that the Premises now are & so forever shall remain free & Clear of and from all former and & other Grants Bargains Sales, Troubles Charges & Encumberments whatsoever made done commited or suffered by the sd Casper Hersman, or any other Person or Persons Whatsoever (The Quit-rents or Taxes hereafter to become due & Payable in Respect of the Premises Excepted) and that the said Casper Hersman & his heirs & all and every other persons & their heirs Whatsoever shall Warrant & forever Defend by these presented And Lastly that the said Casper Hersman & his heirs & all and every other person & Persons & his & their heirs anything or Claiming hereafter before mentioned bargained & sold shall and will from time to time & at all times hereafter at the Reasonable request and all the proper Cost & Charges in the Law of him the sd Peter Umstod his heirs or assigns made or Executed or cause to be made done or Executed all such further & other lawful Acts thing or things convayancies & assurencies for the further better and more Perfect Conveying & assuring the Premises aforesaid with their appertaincies unto the sd Peter Umsted his heirs or assigns or their Counsel learned in the Law shall be reasonably Devised Advised or required in Witness Whereof the sd Casper Hersman & Mary his wi Teste And Wodrow co/a/8?; civi:?fe have Signed Delivered & Acknowledged in the presents of Us
his Thomas Learenby Casper 2 Hersman (seal) his mark
Christopher C Hersman (seal) mark James Watts

At a Court held for Hampshire County the 26th day of June 1792 This Deed of bargain and sale from Casper Hersman & Mary his Wife to Peter Umstod was proved on the part of the said Casper by the Oath of Thomas Learenby and the solomn affirmation of James Watts & Frederick Fink the Witnesses thereto & Ordered to be recorded.


Watts &Uxor Umpstatt Deed Exd
This Indenture made the 4th day of April in the year of our Lord 1804 Between Archibald Watts and Jane his wife of the County of Hampshire and State of Virginia of the 	one part and Peter Umpstatt of the same place of the other part witnesseth that the said Archibald Watts and Jane his wife for and in Consideration of the sum of Twenty Pounds current money of Virginia to the said Archibald Watts in hand paid by the said Peter Umpstatt, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, Have granted Bargained and sold and by these presents do grant bargain and sell unto the said Peter Umpstatt and his Heirs a certain tract or parcel of Land, lying and being in the said County of Hampshire on some of the drains of Beaver run a drain of Pattersons creek adjoining the lands of George Utt and the said Peter Umpstatt and is bounded as followeth To Wit. Beginning at a white Oak near James Parker's run and in the line of the said lott thence with said line crossing the run S. 54 W 28 poles to a chesnut oak near said Umpstatts land Thence S.9 E 80 poles to a white oak in said Umpstatts line Thence with said line S. 34 E 44 poles to two white oaks corner to said Umpstatt thence with or near another line of his S. 10 W 112 poles to two pines and a black oak oak another corner to Umpstatt thence S. 70 E 19 poles to a chesnut oak thence S. 36 E 16 poles to a red oak and and chesnut oak near the foot of the middle ridge, thence N. 40 E. 66 poles to two hiccories thence N. 14 W 214 poles to the Beginning containing fifty acres being the same Tract or parcel of Land that was granted to a certain James Watts by the Commonwealth of Virginia by patent bearing date the 3rd day of December in the year of our Lord 1794 and conveyed by the said James Watts and Susannah his wife to the said Archibald Watts by deed of Bargain and sale bearing date the 15th day of October 1798 now of record in the Court of said County of Hampshire reference being thereunto had will more fully appear and all houses buildings and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining to and the Reversion and Reversions and Remainders and Remainders Rents issues and profits thereof. To have and to hold at the Land hereby conveyed and all and singular the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining unto the said Peter Umpstatt and his heirs and assigns to and for the only proper use of the said Peter Umpstatt and of his Heirs and assigns forever, and the said Archibald Watts and Jane his wife for themselves and their Heirs the said Tract or parcel of Land with all and singular the premises and appurtenances thereunto belonging unto the said Peter Umpstatt unto his Heirs and assigns against them The said Archibald Watts and Jane his wife and their Heirs and all and every other person and persons whatsoever shall warrant and forever defend by these presents, In Witness whereof the said Archibald Watts and Jane his wife have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first herein before written.
Sealed and delivered
in presence of Archibald Watts (seal)
James Gibson
James Parsons
Jane X Watts (seal)
Wm. Armstrong Jr. mark
Edw. Dyer
John Jack


 The commonwealth of Virginia to John Jack, Edward Dyer and James Dailey Gentlemen Justices of Hampshire County Greetings, whereas Archibald Watts and Jane his wife by their certain Indenture of Bargain and sale bearing the date 4th day of April 1804 have sold and conveyed unto Peter Umpstatt the Fee Simple Estate of and in a certain Tract or parcel of Land lying and being in the said County of Hampshire containing fifty acres, and whereas the said Jane cannot conveniently travel to the court of our said County of Hampshire to acknowledge the same, therefore we command you or any two of you, that you personally go to the said Jane and receive her acknowledgment thereof and examine her privately and apart from her said husband whether she doth the same freely and voluntarily without his persuasions or threats, and whether she is willing the same shall be recorded in our said County Court, together with this Commision enacted, and when you have received her acknowledgment and examined her as aforesaid that you accurately and plainly certify us thereof, under your hands and seals sending us there this writ and the said Indenture, witness Andrew Wodrow Clerk of our said court at the County
House aforesaid the 4th day of April 1804 and in the 28th
Year of this Commonwealth.
And Wodrow
Hampshire County Jct (Jurisdiction)
Pursuant to the within commission to us directed we did this day personally go to the within named Jane wife of Archibald Watts and examined her privily and apart from her said Husband and that she the said Jane declared that she signed and sealed the said Indenture without the persuasions or threats of her said husband and consenteth that the same may be recorded in the County Court of Hampshire, certified under our hands and seals the 4th day of April 1804
John Jack (seal)
Ew.d Dyer (seal)

At a Court Held for Hampshire County the 16th day of April 1804
This Deed was proved on the part of Archibald Watts - a party thereto, by the oaths of James Gibson, James Parsons and William Armstrong law three of the witnesses thereto and together with a commission thereunto annexed, for taking the acknowledgment In privy examination of Jane the wife of the said Archibald Watts and the report of the execution thereof is ordered to be recorded.
Teste
And Wodrow CP Clk

 


SUBMITTED JULY 25, 2001 BY ELIZABETH PERIMAN

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