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Land Indenture Between William and John Holme


Description
Creators:
Holme, John, Author
Holme, William
, Author
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Text
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Item Type:
Documents
Description:
This 1824 indenture documents the sale from John Holme to his brother William of land in what was then the Township of Dumfries, and now Paris. This land comprised lots 29, 30, 31 and 32, which makes up most of what is today Paris north of Dundas Street. John received £800 for this sale.

John had bought this land from William Dickson. William Holme would later sell it in 1834 to Thomas Clark and Samuel Street, who would sell it in turn to Hiram Capron.
Date of Original:
4 May 1824
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
2007.0158.05
Collection:
Hiram Capron Collection
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.2 Longitude: -80.38333
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Recommended Citation:
Land Indenture Between William and John Holme, 1824, Hiram Capron Collection, 2007.0158.05, Paris Museum and Historical Society
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Full Text

(Cover)

Deed
of
Bargain and Sale from
John Holme
to
William Holme

A. Memorial of the within Deed is recorded in the Office of Register for the County of Wentworth and Halton the Twenty Fourth of August one Thousand Eight hundred and Twenty Four at [illegible] O Clock [illegible] Lib C fo 117 [Mem?] No. 161
                James Durand
                        Register

(Inside)

        THIS INDENTURE made the twenty fourth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty four at Niagara in the province of Upper Cnada by and between John Holme of the Town of Niagara [Mo??????] of [illegible] part, and William Holme of the County of Haldimand [illegible] of the other part [WJFPE?SS????] That the said John Holme for and consideration of his sum of eight hundred pounds of lawful money of his said Proviso to time in have paid by the said William Holme at or before his [illegible] delivery of [illegible] prevents the [illegible] whereof to custody [a???owledge] [illegibe] granted, bargained sold allowed transferred conveyed and [illegible] and by these proviso Doth grant bargain sell allow transfer recover, and [illegible] unto the said William Holme his heirs and assigns forever All and Singular that retain [illegible] or part of Land and [pr??????] situate lying and Bring in His Township of Dumfries in the County of Halton [illegible] District of Gore and province aforesaid [illegible composed of lots number twenty nine, thirty, thirty one and thirty two in the [illegible] of the said township and containing by admeasurement Eight hundred acres [illegible] more or less, [illegible] paid eight hundred acres of land over butted and bounded or may [illegible] procure as follows (that is to say) Concerning at [illegible] East angle of lot [c????bre] twenty nine in the first [illegible] of  the said township at the [illegible] of twenty nine [error] Township. [illegible] north fifteen degrees forty [illegible] Eighty chains to the allowance for road between the first and second [illegible[ THence along the siad [illegible] seven degrees west one hndred and one chain [illegible] of our chain for a road between [illegible] thirty, an thirty our [illegible] west angle of for thirty two Thence south fifteen degrees forty minutes East [Eig???] [illegible] to [illegible] of for thirty two  [illegible] boundary line of [illegible] north seventy seven degrees. East along the said boundary line one hundred and our  [illegible] another said [illegible] for a road to the place of beginning together with all [illegible] our houses woods and waters However [illegible] [??ing] and Being and all and singular hereditaments and appurtenances to [illegible] [pro???is??] in any [wi??] belonging and [illegible] and [illegible] remainder and remainders [illegible] and profits thereof and all the estate right title interest [illegible] property and demand whatever [illegible] at law or in equity of [illegible] said [illegible] on in to [illegible] of the same and every part thereof To have and To hold the same with [illegible] appurtenances, [freed???] discharged from all incumbrances whatsoever unto the said William Holme his heirs and assigns to the sole [prop????] benefit and [illegible] of the said William Holme his heirs abd assugbs ti the sole [illegible[ benefit [illegible] of the said William Holme heirs and assigns forever under the reservations, limitations and conditions [pre????] in the original Grant from the Crown and the said John Holme for himself and his [illegible] and administrators do covenant grant and with the said WIlliam Hollme heirs and assigns [illegible] he the said John Holme now is the [illegible] and [illegible] also rightful owner of all and singular the said parcel and part of land and premises above mentioned with appurtenances as of every partained and now is lawfully and rightfully seized in his own right of a good [illegible] perfect absolute and indefeasible [illegible] of inheritance in for simple of and in the [pr?????] hereby granted bargained sold or intended to be granted bargained and sold without and condition or limitation of use or uses or any matter or thing to after [illegible] incumber or defeat the same. And also that the said John Holme and his heirs and all and every other person or persons and his and [illegible] or any estate right title trust or [illegible[ of in or the said [pro?????] about unconditionaly part + thereof by twice [illegible] or under [illegible] known or any or [illegible] of [illegible] and will at all times thereafter upon the reasonable request and at the proper [illegible] and charged of his said William Holme his heirs and assigns made to and execute or reuse or preserve to be made done and executed all and every such further and other lawful and [illegible] conveyances and ssurances in the Law whatsoever for the further better and [illegible] perfect granting occupying and assuring of all and and singular [illegible] said [illegible] above mentioned title the appurtenances into the said William Holme his heirs and assigns as by the said William [illegible] his heirs and assigns or  his or [llegible] shall or easonably revised advised or required  [illegible] Witness whereof the parties of these [illegible] to have [illegible]
                        Wm. Holme

[Note: The following is written vertically in the left margin]

        Signed, Sealed and elivered
        In the presence of

        [illegible]
        Robert [Beme?]

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Land Indenture Between William and John Holme


This 1824 indenture documents the sale from John Holme to his brother William of land in what was then the Township of Dumfries, and now Paris. This land comprised lots 29, 30, 31 and 32, which makes up most of what is today Paris north of Dundas Street. John received £800 for this sale.

John had bought this land from William Dickson. William Holme would later sell it in 1834 to Thomas Clark and Samuel Street, who would sell it in turn to Hiram Capron.