Indenture between Nelson Langs, Wallace Langs et al and Edwin Langs
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- A handwritten indenture document between Nelson Langs (and other members of the Lang family) and Edwin Langs dated the 20th of December 1877 for sixty eight acres of lands in the east part of lot nine on the north side of Ancaster road in Brantford purchased for the sum of one dollar to each family member.
- This Indenture
In duplicate the Twentieth day of December one thousand eight hundred and seventy seven in pursuance of the Act respecting short forms of – Conveyances: Between Nelson Langs of the Township of Brantford in the County of Brant in the Province of Ontario, Yeoman, Wallace William Langs of the same place, Yeoman, Squire Langs of the same place, Yeoman, Martha Millard (formerly Martha Langs) wife of Martin Millard of the Township of Windham in the County of Norfolk, in the said Province, Yeoman, the said Martin Millard, Elizabeth Woods (formerly Elizabeth Langs) wife of Randall Woods of the said Township of Brantford, Yeoman, the said Randall Woods, Major Shepard Langs of the City of [illegible] Bridge in the state of New York, one of the United States of America, Doctor of Medicine, Cynthia Victoria Blasdell (formerly Cynthia Victoria Langs) wife of Daniel Blasdell of the said Township of Brantford, Gentleman, the said Daniel Blasdell, Lavinia Catherine McKay (formerly Lavinia Catherine Langs) wife of William McKay of the said Township of Brantford, Builder, and the said William McKay all of the first part. Eliza Langs wife of the said Nelson Langs, Helen Langs wife of the said Wallace William Langs, Maria Langs, wife of the said Squire Langs and Helen Langs, wife of the said Major Shepard Langs all of the second part and Edwin [Ruthven?] Langs of the said Township of Brantford, Yeoman, of the third part. Whereas John Langs late of the said Township of Brantford, Yeoman, deceased, died [illegible] seized in fee simple of the lands hereinof for mentioned with other lands leaving him surviving the said parties of the first part (except the said Martin Millard, Randall Woods, and William McKay and the said party of the third part – his only children and heirs and heiresses at law. And whereas by a Deed of Partition made between the said heirs and heiresses at law, and dated the twenty fourth day of December
A.D. 1861, the lands and premises hereinafter described were allotted and conveyed, or intended so to be, to the said party of the third part, and it is desirable and expedient that the same should be further assured by the said parties of the first part to the said party of third part, now this Indenture witnesseth hat in consideration of the premises and of the sum of One dollar of lawful money of Canada now paid by the said party of the third part to each of the said parties of the first part (the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged) they the said parties of the first part do and each of them doth grant unto the said party of the third part his heirs and assigns forever All and Singular that certain parcel or tract of land and premises situate lying and being in the Township of Brantford in the County of Brant and Province of Ontario, being composed of Sixty Eight acres of lands more or less and being that part of a parcel of one hundred and thirteen acres of the East part of lot number nine on the North Side of the Ancaster Road in the said Township of Brantford, owned by the said John Langs, deceased, in his life [twice?] (Said one hundred and thirteen acres being more particularly described in the said Deed of Partition) saving and reserving thereut forty five acres conveyed and assured to the said Nelson Langs. To Have and to hold unto the said party of the third part his heirs and assigns ato and for his and their sole and only use forever Subject nevertheless to the reservations, limitations, provisions and conditions expressed in the original Grant thereof from the [illegible]
The said parties of the first part [illegible] with the said party of the third part that the said party of the third part shall have quiet possession of the said lands free from all incumberances. And that the said parties of the first part will execute such further assurances of the said lands as may be requisite. And that the said parties of the first part have done no act to incumber the said lands And the said parties of the first part release
To the said part of the third part all their [illegible] the said lands.
And the said Eliza Langs wife of the said Nelson Langs. Helen Langs,wife of the said Wallace William Langs, Maria Langs, wife of the said Squire Langs and Helen Langs wife of the said Major Sherpad Langs hereby respectively bar their dower in the said lands
I witness whereof the said parties hereto have hereunto set their hands seals the day and year first above written
Signed sealed and
In the presence of
- Date of Original:
- December 20, 1877
- Personal Name(s):
- Langs, Nelson ; Langs, Wallace William ; Langs, Squire ; Millard, Martha ; Millard, Martin ; Woods, Elizabeth ; Woods, Randall ; Langs, Shepard ; Blasdell, Cynthia Victoria ; Blasdell, Daniel ; McKay, Lavinia Catherine ; McKay, William ; Langs, Eliza ; Langs, Helen ; Langs, Maria ; Langs, Edwin ; Langs, John
- Local identifier:
- Langs Family Personal Collection
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- Copyright Statement:
- Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
- Recommended Citation:
- Indenture between Nelson Langs, Wallace Langs et al and Edwin Langs, 20 December 1877. Langs Family Personal Collection, Item No. 2017NL001.17
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