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YORK DEEDS



BOOK XIII



MAINE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY

1904



PRINTED i;v E. C. HOWLKK, BETHEL, MAINE



CONTENTS.



Resolve of Legislatuke

Register's Certificate

Errata ......

York Deeds . Folios 2 — 280 .
Index

I. Grantors ....

II. Grantees • • .

III. Persons .... Pages 142~1(>;3

IV. Places .... Pao-es KU— IGl)



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RESOLVE OF LEGISLATURE.



IN RELATION TO THE EARLY YORK DEEDS.



Resolved, That the Maine Genealoo:ical Society, agreeing
to supervise the copying, attesting, editing, indexing and
publishing of volumes twelve and thirteen of the public
records of this State in the office of the register of deeds for
York county, in the same manner as the eleven preceding
volumes already published, except that, on account of their
increased size, they are not required to be leaded, nor to
have the tabular index, the governor and council shall pur-
chase for the State four hundred and fifty copies of each
volume at five dollars per volume ; and the State librarian
shall cause one copy of each volume to be placed in each
registry of deeds in this State ; the remaining copies to be
distributed or exchanged at tlie discretion of said librarian.
Approved March 28, 1903.




^^klOb



Governor.



REGISTERS CERTIFICATE.



^UU of Paine.

County of York, ss. :

This may certify that the folloAving printed vohinie is a
true copy of the thirteenth book of records (marks ex-
cepted) of the Registry of Deeds for this county ; that I
liave read and compared the same with tlie original records,
and that all accidental variations that have been detected are
noted in the table of errata on the folhjwing page.



Attest



Register of Deeds for York County.



ERRATA.



Folio 20 line 8 after examined read/.

Folio 6i line - 4 after us read (

Folio 67 line - 26 for Weeks' read Weeks' s.

Page 211 for /^i?/. J2 read /v;/. 7j.

Folio 84 line 61 for | read /.

Folio 100 line 61 for | read /.

Folio 124 line 40 for arected read erected.



YORK DEEDS



Book xiti. 2



[1] To all People unto whom this present Deed of release
or Quit Claim shall come Joanna Grant and
Joanna Grant &c Jane Stevens WidoAvs Maverick Thomas
To Mariner and Joana his Wife Joseph Bek-h-

Samuel Moody er Housewright & Elizabeth, his Wife all of
Boston within the County of Suffolk &
Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England send
Greeting Know ye that we the s'' floanna Grant Jane Stev-
ens Maverick & Joanna Thomas Joseph and Eliz*^ Belcher
for and in Consideration of the Sum of five Pounds Money
to us in Hand at and before the Ensealing and Delivery of
these Presents well and truly })aid by Samuel Moody of Fal-
mouth in Casco Bay in the County of York and Province
afores*^ Esq' The Receipt whereof We Do hereby acknowl-
edge Have given granted sold remised released and Quit
Claimed and by these Presents Do give grant sell remise re-
lease and Quit Claim unto the s'^ Samuel Moody (in his
quiet Possession now being) and to his Heirs and Assigns
forever. All our and each of our Right Estate Title Interest
Inheritance Property Claim and Demand whatsoever w"'* we
have or ought to have in Law or Ecjuity of in or to all that
certain Tract or Parcel of Land lying in Falmouth afores^^
containing by Estimation Two Acres & one Quarter be the
same more or less w^'^ was the or Tract of Land whereon
Capt Silvanus Davis Esq'' formerly dwelt and which he to-
gether with Col° John Philips Mr John Indicott and M"^
James Ingles heretofore held in Partnership y® s'^ Land be-
ing bounded Southeasterly upon the High Way by the Wa-
ter Side North Westerly toAvards the burying Place Hill
South Westerly towards the Land ft>rmerly in Possession of
Mr. Seacomb and North Easterly towards the land called
Mountjoys Neck or however otherwise bounded or reputed
to be done Together w*'* all and singular the Rights Mem-
bers Profits Priviledges and Appur'^*'® whatsoever thereunto
belonging or in any Avise appertaining To Have and To hold
the said demised and released Land and Premises Avith the
Appur''*'^ unto the said Samuel Moody his Heirs and Assigns
To his and their only proper Use Benefit and Behoof forev-



12



Book XHI, Fol. 1.



er, So that of and from all Right Estiite Title Interest In-
heritance Reclaim Challenge or Demand to be by us the s'^
Joanna Grant Jane Stevens Maverick and Joanna Thomas
Josei)h and Elizabeth Belcher any or either of us our any or
either of our Heirs or any other Person or Persons claiming
or to Claim by from or under us any or either of us had
made or claimed thereto we each and every of us shall and
will be debarred and forever excluded by force and vertue
of these i)resents — In AVitness whereof we the said Joanna
Grant Jane Stevens Maverick and Joanna Thomas and Jo-
seph & Eliz*^ Belcher have hereunto set our Hands and Seals
the tenth Day of Feb'^ Anno Domini One thousand seven
hundred & twenty eight and in the Second Year of the
Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second by the
Grace of God of Great Brittain
Defender of the Faith &c



Joseph Belcher (s^al)



France and Ireland King
Joanna Grant
Jane Stevens



Elizabeth Belcher
Signed Sealed & Delivered
in yp presence of
William Brown
Deborah Forsyth
Received on the Day of the
Date of the within written
Deed of the within named
Samuel ]\loody Es(]^ the
Sum of Five Pounds being
the Consideration Money
therein expressed

p Joanna Grant
^5 Jane Stevens

Joanna Thomas
Joseph Belcher
Elizabeth Belcher



V Seal )



Joanna Thomas



/&a\
VSeaW
/ &aj
V Seal/

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VSeaU

/ &a\

VSeal>'



Suffolk sc/Boston Feb'^^ 12
1728. The w"'in named Jo-
anna Grant Jane Stevens
Maverick Thomas & Joanna
his Wife Jose})h Belcher &
Elizabeth his Wife person-
ally api)earing acknowledg-
ed y*" \v^''in written lustrum' to
be their Act and Deed All the
Persons above named except
]Maverick Thomas was present
& acknowledged Before me
Joseph Wadsworth Just Pac^
A true Copy of the Original Rec'^ March 5, 1728. Exam*^
by Jos : Moody Reg"^



The Deposition of Elizabeth Curtis aged about Sixty five
Years testifieth that I this Deponent re-
Eliza Curtis Test member that John Phillips formerly came
from Casco Bay into Kittery & lived some
Time at my Father Thomas Withers his House and bought
a Piece of Land of my said Father in Spruce Creek and said
he had sent for his Cousin Rowland Williams to make him



Book XIII, Fol. 2. 13

hi.s Heir & accordino; to the best of my Remembrance said
that he intended he should have all his Estate and also that
the said Rowland Williams afterwards came and lived wnth
s*i John Phillips and he own him as a Cousin & the s'^ Wil-
liams owned Phillips as his Uncle and the h'^ Williams died
in the Possession of the said Estate I bcino- a near Neigh-
bour and acquainted with each of them and I never heard of
any other Relation that the s'^ Phillips had in this Countr}^

York ss/Feb^y 28. 1728. This day the abovenam^ M"
Eliz'' Curtis personally appeared & made Oath to the Truth
of all above written

Taken in perpetuam rei memoriam

,^ ,„ William Pepperrell Jun' Jus : of Quor'"
Sanmel Came Justice of Peace

A true Copy of the Oriijinal Rec'* under Seal March 10*^'^
1728 Exam'' by Jos : Moody Reg'

The Deposition of Deborah Fennix aged about Eighty
Years testifyeth that I this Dopon' remem-
D Feimix Test bcr that John Phillips formerly came from
Casco Bay into Kittery and lived at M'^
Thomas Withers his House sometime & bought a Piece of
Land of s*^ Withers in Spruce Creek and said he had sent
for his Cousin Rowland Williams To make him his Heir and
according to the best of my Remembrance said that he in-
tended he should have all his Estate and also that the s''
Rowland Williams afterwards Came and lived w"* the said
John Phillips and he own'' him as a Cousin and the s^' Wil-
liams own'' s'' Phillips as his Uncle and the s'' Williams died
in the Possession of s'' Estate And I being a near Neighbor
and acquainted w*'' each of them and I never heard of any
other Relation that the s'' Phillips had in this Countrey

York ss/Feb'-y 28"'. 1728 This Day y" above named M'«
Deborah Fennix personally appeared & made Oath to tiie
Truth of all above Avritten taken in perpetuam rei memoriam
r\j m W"' Pepperrell jun-^ J''" of y^ Qu'"
Sam" Came J. peace

A true ('opy of the Original ReC' under Seal March 10^"
1728 — Exam" by Jos : Moody Reg^

[2] The Deposition of Peter Lewis aged ab' fifty nine

Years testifyeth that I Remember that Jn°

P. Lewis Test piiiUips lived in Spruce Creek upon a Piece

of Land y*^ I understood y* he bought of M""

Thomas Withers & also y' Rowland Williams lived with

said Phillips and y^ y s"^ Phillips own'' the s'' Williams to be



14 Book XIII, Fol. 2.

his Cousin and the s'^ AVilliani own'^ the said Phillips to be
his Uncle & I heard that the s'' Phillips intend to make his
said Cousin Rowland William his Heir and that the s'^ Wil-
liams died in the Possession of the s*^ Phillips Estate & I be-
inir a near Neighbour and acquainted with each of them & I
never heard of any other Relation y*^ the said Phillips had
in this Countrey

York ss/Feb'^ 28^'' 1728. This Day y^ above nam^ M'
Peter Lewis personally appeared & made Oath to the Truth
of all above written Taken in perpetuam rei memoriam

., ,„ W'"^ Pepperrell jun' Jus : of y'' Quor'"
Sam" Came J : Peace

A true Copy of y*' Original Rec'^ under Seal March 10.
1728. Exam** by Jos: Moody Reg^



To all People to whom these Presents may come Joseph
Young Jun* of York in the County of York Hus-
Young bandman sendeth Crreeting Know ye the said Jos-
To eph Young for & in consideration of Six Pounds

Kacklefe Money to him in Hand paid by John Racklefe of
York in s*^ Count}'^ Laborer hath & doth by these
Presents fjive srant bargain sell aliene enfeoffc make over
assign and confirm unto the h'^ John Racklefe his Heirs &
Assigns forever all my Right to a certain Tract of Land ly-
ing betwixt the Heads of Charles Martain & Thomas Moul-
tons Lotts on the South East Side of the Mill Creek and a
Lot of Land granted to M"^ Lewis Bane and laid out to M"^
Brissom w'^'' Land was granted to my Father Robert Young
at a legal Town Meeting June 17, 1685. Together with all
the Rights Titles Priviledges Appurces & Advantages be-
longing to the s'' Land or Grant or that ever may redownd
to the same or any Part or Parcel thereof unto him the s*^
John Racklefe and his Heirs c^ Assigns forever. To Have
and To hold and (juietly & peaceably to occupy & enjoy as
a sure Estate in Fee simple and Moreover the said Joseph
Young doth for himself his Heirs Exec'"^ Admin"'* covenant
engage to warrantize and will Defend the above bargained
Premisses from all Persons by and under him In Witness
hereof the abovenamed Joseph Young hath set to his Hand
and Seal this Twenty sixth Day of July One thousand seven
Hundred & Twenty seven and in the thirteenth Year of his
Maj'^'^ Reign Joseph Young (seli)

The Mark of X Sarah Young (|jj)



Book XIII, Fol. 2. 15

Signed Sealed & Delivered York ss/Feb'-y 10. 1728/9

in Presence of Joseph Young Jun"^ person-

Abraham Martin ally appeared before nie & ac-

Daniel Martin knowledged this Instrument on

the other Side to be his Act & Deed
Samuel Came Jus : peace
A true Copy of the Original ReC' February the 15 1728
Examined by Jos : Moody Reg"^



To all People to whom these Presents shall come Know
ye that I Thomas Allen of Kittery in the County
Alien of York within his Maj'^'^ Province of the Massa-

To chusetts Bay in New England Shipwright Have

Goodin &c ^y these Presents for & in Consideration of Ten
Pounds Money or Public Bills of Credit to me in
Hand paid by Tho* Goodwin & Jos: Chadbourne Husband-
men and Ichabod Goodwin Blacksmith all of Berwick in s'^
County sold & Do by these Presents give grant and sell un-
to the s^' Thomas Goodwin Jos : Chadbourne & Ichabod
Goodwin their Heirs & Assigns forever- Ten Acres of a
Grant of Land w*"' was granted to Jonathan Stimson by the
Town of Kittery May 10^'' 1703, the whole Grant being
fifty Acres. To have and To hold the one fifth Part of s^
Cxrant that is ten Acres to them the s*^ Thomas Goodwin
Jos: Chadbourne & Ichabod Goodwin their Heirs & As-
signs forever to them & their proper Use Benefit & Behalf
And I the s'^ Thomas Allen before the Signing Sealing &
Delivery hereof Do avouch myself to be the true sole and
lawful Owner of the Premisses and will warrant the same to
s'* Thomas Goodwin Jos : Chadbourne & Ichabod Goodwin
and their Heirs & Assigns forever. In Witness wliereof I
have hereunto set my Hand & Seal this first day of Jan'^
Anno Domini One thousand seven Hundred & Twenty Eight
nine Thomas Allen (|jj)

Joseph Small
Geo Hamond

York ss/Jan'^y 1. 1728. Thomas Allen above named per-
sonally appearing acknowledged y" above Instrument in
writing to be his voluntary Act & Deed

Coram Jos : Hammond J. Pac®
A true Copy of the Original UeC^ Feb'" 21. 1728. Exam-i

by Jos : Moody Reg'^



16 Book XlII, Fol. 3.

KnoAV all Men by these Presents that I Elizabeth Conner
Wid". & relict of John Conner late of Salisbury in
Conner the County of Essex in y^ Province of the Massa-
To chusetts Bay in New England DeC^. for & in Con-
Conner sideration of that Love and natuml Affection w*^'' I
have & do bear to my Son Gideon Conner of Do-
ver in the Province of New Hampshire in New England have
oiven (granted bar oained sold alienated enfeoffed and confirm-
ed & do by these Presents fully freely & absolutely give grant
bargain sell alienate enfeoff and confirm unto y'' said (xideon
Conner the other Moiet}^ or half Part of my Right Share
Estate Interest & Inheritance of in & to the Lands w*"'' my
Father John Purinton Together with Nicholas Cole former-
ly purchased of two Indian Sagamores viz Sagettawon &
Robin Hood as by Deed under their Hands & Seals Dated
Novemb' 20^'' 1072, on Record in the Count}' of York may
more fully appear w*^" Lands are situate lying and being in
or near Casco Bay so called in the County of York Avithin
the s'* Province of the Massachusetts Bay that is to say of
in & to all the Land lying between the two carrying Places
upon Merrikcnceg beginning at the Head of the Wester-
most Branch of Wiggen Cove and so directly over to the
Wester Bay to the Bight and so u}) along the Neck from
Side to Side until the come to the uppermost Carrying Place
at the Head of the Wester Bay at the Meadow w*^" George
Phippenny has formerly Mowed so over to the Head of the
Creek that Comes in from the Easter Bay and of in & to
that whole Tract of Meadow w**'' they have formerly pos-
sesst upon the great Island at the Head of the Cove against
the little Falls end of in and to Great Chabeage Island so
called [3] together with all Meadows Woods Rights Privi-
ledges Commodities & Appurtenances (I having sold one
half of my Right and Interest in the Premisses before unto
Moses Merrill of s-^* Salisbury) To have and To hold all the
said other Moiety or half Part of my Right Share & Interest
of in & to all & singular the above mentioned granted &
bargained Premisses (saving and excepting my Son George
Conners Right or Share in the Premisses) To him the said
Gideon Conner his Heirs and Assigns and to his and their
only proper Use Benefit & Behoof as a good free and abso-
lute Estate of Inheritance in Fee simple for ever. And I
the s'l Elizabeth Conner Do by these Presents do by these
Presents give and grant unto the said Gideon Conner his
Heirs and Assigns good Right full Power & lawful Authori-
ty to enter into & upon the above granted Premisses & in
my Name Right and Stead to ask Demand Sue for Divide



Book XIII, Fol. 3. 17

Recover Receive have hold possess and enjoy the same and
by all proper and hiwful Means to Act & Do perform and
prosecute to effect whatsoever shall be needful for the re-
covering & obtaining a full c^ quiet Possession & Improve-
ment of the above given & granted Premisses And I the s**
Elizabeth Conner Do for my self my Heirs ExeC'^ and Ad-
min''8 covenant & promise and Grant to and with the s'' Gid-
eon Conner his Heirs and Assigns that it may & shall be
lawful for him and them by vertue of these Presents forever
hereafter to have hold & quietly to possess and enjoy all &
singular the above granted & bargained Premisses (saving
what is before excepted) free & clear of and from all other
& former Gifts Grants Bargains Sales Mortgages Intails
Dowries Judgments Executions Charges Titles Troubles
Letts Molestations & Incumbrances Avhatsoever by me had
made or done Witness my Hand c^ Seal Feb'- 5*'' Anno
Domini 1728/1) Anno(j Ri Ris Georgii Secundi Magna
Britt &c Secundo
Signed Sealed & Delivered

in presence of us her

W" Bradbury Elizabeth X Conner (g^^^)

Benjamin Bradbury ^^'^^

Essex ss/Feb'> y^ 5"' 1728/9 Then the above named Eliz-
abeth Conner a})i)eared before me the Subscriber and ac-
knowledged the above written Instrument to be her Act &
Deed. W"' Bradbury Justice of y" Peace

A true Copy of the Original Rec'^ Feb'^^' 24. 1728 Exanr^

by Jos : Moody Reg'



The Deposition of Nicholas Gowen aged Sixty two Years
or thereabouts testifieth that he Avell remembers
Gowens Test the Bounds of a Tract of Land w'^" he the Depo-
nent laid out for Daniel Emery on the 19''' Day
of Jan'y 1702/8 as appears by his Return under his Hand
being then Surveyer w"'' Tract contains Twenty two Acres
and half w°'' s'^ Tract of Land he knows by the same Bounds
about forty five Years since was reputed Israel Hodsdona
whose Right was since purchased by the said Daniel Emery
and has been reputed his & his Successors ever since and
the Bounds several Times renew'^

John Gowen aged sixty Years testifieth that he remem-
bers the Bounds of the above Tract of Land as above de-
scribed about fourty four Years that it was then reputed Is-'
rael Hodsdons & since purchased by Daniel Emery and has
been reputed his & his Successors ever since and the Bound



18 Book XIII, Fol. 3.

several Times ronowod particularly ho remonibors a Pine
Tree w*'" was a Bound Tree Shew'* him by his Father Dec«^
in the Line between his Fathers Land and the aboyes** Lot
of Hodsdons or Emerys

York ss/Feb'> 24^" 1728/9 Nich" Gowen & John Gowen
made Oath to the Truth of the aboyo Deposition respective-
ly Taken in perpetuam rei memoriam

f 1 m \ '^^^^ Haiiiond | Justices

I Sanuiel Came \ Quor"' Unus

A true Copy of the Oriirinal Rec'> under Seal Feb>y 241''
1728 Exam*! by Jos : Moody Reg«^



To all Christian People to whom this Deed of Sale may
come Jonathan Bane of York in the County of York
Bane in the Province of y" Massachusetts Bay in New Eng-
To land Yeoman sendeth GroetiniiKnow 3'e the s** Jona-
Rackly than Banc for and in Consideration of Forty Pounds
Money to him in Hand jiaid by John Rackly of the
aboves'* Town & Count}' and Province Yeoman The Receipt
Avhereof I the s'' Jonathan Bane Doth hereby acknowledge
and my self therewith fully satisfied and contented and
thereof & of every Part & Parcel thereof Do exonerate ac-
quit & discharge the s'> John Rackly his Heirs Exec"^* &
Admin'"* forever by these Presents Have given granted bar-
gained sold aliened conveyed and confirmed & Doth by
these Presents freely fully <Sc absolutely give grant bargain
sell aliene convey & confirm unto him the said John Rackly
his Heirs & Assigns forever a certain Tract of Land in the
Township of York containing Eighteen Acres it Part of that
Tract of Land that was my Hon'' Fathers and is Bounded as
followeth Beginning at a Poplar Tree marked four Sides
standing by John Sedgley Land and runs from thence North
West & by West tliirty seven Pole to a Maple Tree marked
four Sides and runs from thence South & by West Eighty
Eight Pole to a Strike in the Ground and standing between
the s"* Land and the Land that said Rackh^ bought of John
Bane and runs from thence East and by North thirty four
Pole to a white Oak Tree marked four Sides and runs from
thence North & by East to the Tree first Together with all
the Rights Titles Priviledges Advantages & Appurces there-
unto belonging or any Part or Parcel thereof unto him the
s** John Rackly his Heirs & Assigns forever To have and To
hold and ([uietly & peaceably to possess occupy and enjoy
the said bargained Premises with all their Priviledges to be
free & clear from all former Gifts Grants Bargains Sales



Book XIII, Fol. 4. 19

Morto^ages or any other Incumbrances whatsoever And I the
said Jonathan Bane will warrant and Defend the above bar-
gained Premises from all Persons whatsoever In Witness
whereof the abovenamed Jonathan Bane hath set to his
Hand & Seal this sixth Day of Jan'^ One thousand seven
hundred &, Twenty eight nine and in the Second Year of
the Reign of King George the Second
Signed Sealed & Delivered Jonathan Bane {sel\)

in presence of It is to be understood before y®

Jer. Moulton Signing of y*" above Instrum' y* I

Daniel Simpson y« aboves'' Jon^ Bane Do sell y^ aboves*^
Jos : Moulton Tract of Land as I am ExeC^^ to y" last

Will and Testam^ of my Hon^^ Father Cap
Lewis Bane w'^'' he left in his Will to be sold
for y* Paym' of his lawful Debts.
York ss: Fel/^^ 17 1728/1) York Feb^^ n. 1728/9 The
above named Jon* Bane appeared before me y^ Subscrib' &
acknowledg"^ the above Instrument to be his free Act & Deed

Samuel Came Jus : Peace
A true Copy of the Original Rec^» Feb'^ 2(3. 1728 Exanr'

by Jos : Moody Reg*



[4] To all People to whom these Presents shall come
Malachi Edwards sends Greeting Now Know ye that
Edwards J Malachi Edwards of Wells in the County York
'•"o and Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New

Lunt England with Elizabeth Edwards my Wife divers
good & lawful Causes and Considerations us there-
unto moving but more especially for & in Consideration of
the full sum of six Pounds in good & lawful Bills of Credit
of the Province afores'^ to me in Hand paid by Abraham
Lunt now resident in Wells afores'^ to my full Content &
Satisfaction the Receipt whereof I Do hereby acknowledge
and myself to be therew"' fully satisfied and contented have
given and granted bargained tVc sold & by these Presents Do
fully freely clearly & al>solutely give grant bargain sell alien-
ate enfeofife and confirm unto Abraham Lunt afores'' his
Heirs & Assigns forever a certain Tract or small Parcel of
Land situate lying & being on the South West Side of Ne-
gunquit River within the Township of Wells afores'' con-
taining by Estimation One Acre be it more or less Butted
& Bounded as followeth viz on the South Easterly Side but-
ting upon the Country Road South Westerly by a Stone set
in the Ground marked A L on y^ one Side & M E on the
other Side North Easterly by Negunquit River & to run



20 Book XIII, Fol. 4.

Back from tlio Country Road to small Pine Trvo spotted on
the four Sides and to a Stone set in the Ground marked
A L on one Side & M E on the other Side. It is to be un-
derstood y" True Intent & mean ino- of both Grantor & Gran-
tee is that the Head of a small Sprin(>; w*"'' runs into the
above demised Land shall be left out of the s'l Lunts Line
To have and To hold the said bartjained Premisses as bound-
ed & above expressed To him the s** Abraham Lunt his Heirs
and Assigjis forever To his & their own only sole proper
Use Benefit & Behoof forever as a perfect and absohite Es-
tate of Inheritance in Fee simple — Furthermore I the s''
Malachi Edwards covenanteth & engageth to & with Abra-
ham Lunt afores"* that at the Ensealino; & Delivery hereof I
am the true sole & lawful Owner of the above demised
Premisses and have in myself <iood Ri<>ht full Power & law-
ful Authority to sell & dispose of the same as in Manner
afores*^ Also the s'' Malachi Edwards covenanteth & en-
gageth to & with Abraham Lunt afores'' that the afore de-
mised Premisses is free and clear & clearly ac([uitted exon-
erated & discharged of and from all former & other Gifts



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