Service New Brunswick
73 Milltown Blvd, PO Box 5001,
St. Stephen, NB E3L 1G5
Book Z, Page 4
No. 3198 Simeon Howe to George Young
Know all men by these presents that I Simeon Howe of the Pulgus Ranch in the County of San Francisco and State of California and formerly of Saint George County of Charlotte Province of New Brunswick merchant in consideration of the sum of thirty pounds to me paid by George Young of Saint John New Brunswick merchant the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged do grant bargain and sell unto the said George Young his heirs & assigns all that piece or parcel of land situate at the Second Falls of Magaguadavic it being a part of the Blake lot (so-called) which was formerly sold and deeded by Isaac Young to Sylvanus L. Blake and described as follows Beginning at the south line of land formerly owned by Josiah Davis and now occupied by Alfred Davis on the western side of the road leading from the mills at the Second falls to the settlement below thence southerly following the line of said road sixty six feet thence westerly seventy rods more or less until it strikes the rear line of the mill lots so called thence northerly along said rear line sixty six feet thence easterly along the southern line of the Davis lot aforesaid to the place of beginning with all and singular the Buildings privileges improvements and appurtenances thereunto belonging. To have and to hold to the said George Young his heirs and assigns and assigns forever. In witness whereof the said Simeon Howe and Hannah wife of the said Simeon Howe (in token of her release to right of dower in and to the above granted premises) hath hereunto set their hands and seals this fourteenth day of June eighteen hundred and fifty three.
Signed sealed and delivered
Simeon Howe LS
in presence of A. J. Wetmore H. E. Seelye Ag't & Attorney
Hannah Howe LS
Charlotte to wit: Be it remembered that on this fourteenth day
of June eighteen hundred and fifty three personally appeared
before me Abram J. Wetmore Esquire one of Her Majesty's Justices
of the Peace in and for the County of Charlotte Simeon Howe by
his attorney Henry E. Seelye and Hannah wife of the said Simeon
Howe the Grantors of the before going Instrument and acknowledged
that they executed the same for the uses and purposes therein
mentioned. And the said Hannah Howe having been by me examined
separately and apart from her said husband acknowledged that she
executed the same freely and voluntarily without fear threat or
compulsion from or by him.
Received & Reg'd 19th October 1853
A. J. Wetmore JP
H. H. Hatch Reg'r.