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John MILLER to Elijah ZITTLE Land Transfer,
Lampeter, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania

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Land transfer recorded at Lancaster County Courthouse, 50 E. King St., Lancaster, PA

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Deed
B-8-345

Miller, John; Trustee
to Elijah Zittle

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This indenture, made the first day of April, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and fifty three. Between John Miller, of the city of Lancaster, in the state of Pennsylvania, and Samuel Miller of the same City, trustee of the said John Miller. Under a deed in trust, herein after recited, of the first part: And Elijah Zittle: of Township, Lancaster County aforesaid, of the second part: (Whereas the said John Miller, in and by deed in Trust, bearing the date of the 24th day of June A.D. 1852, recorded in the Recorders Office, of Lancaster County; in Record Book Y. Vol. 7 at page 231 tc. for the consideration therein mentioned, did grant, bargain, sell, release and confirm, all his Real Estate, land, tenements, hereditaments, and appurtenances, whatsoever, and wheresoever: including, the herby granted premises, unto the said Samuel Miller, of the first party hereto: his heirs and assigns for ever: In trust, however, among other purposes, that he the said Trustee, Shall at anytime - thereafter, upon the request and distractions, of the said "Cestui quo. Trust," John Miller; sell and dispose of such part or parts of the real Estate, thereby conveyed, at public or private sale, as he the said John Miller, Shall direct, and convey the part or parts so sold, to the purchases, there of his or her heirs, and assigns for ever. in fee simple, clear and free from said Trust, as in and by the said deed in trust or reference, will more at Sarge appear. And Whereas, the said Samuel Miller Trustee aforesaid: in Execution of said recited Trust, and upon the request and direction of the said John Miller, the "Cestui quo. Trust," aforesaid justified by his joining, in his Indenture of conveyance, and signing, sealing and executing these presents: having given due timely and Legal public notice of the time and place of sale. Did on the twenty third day of October, A.D. 1852. Expose the premises, hereinafter described to public sale, by vendue, or out-cry, and sold the same, to Elijah Zittle, at and for the sum of two hundred and Eighty six dollars and fifty six cents, he being the highest and best bidder, and that, the highest and best price bidden for the same. Now This Indenture witnesseth That the said Samuel Miller, Trustee aforesaid, for and in consideration of the sum of Two hundred and eighty six dollars, and fifty six cents, Lawful money of the United States, to him in hand paid by the said Elijah Zittle, at and before the the ensealing and delivery hereof the receipt and payment whereof He does, hereby acknowledged and thereif does acquit and for ever, discharge the said Elijah Zittle, his heirs, Executors and administrators by the presents has granted, bargained, sold, aliened, en---ed, released and confirmed, and by these presents by the request and directions of the said "Cestui quo. Trust," John Miller does grant, bargain, sell, alien, enscoss, release and confirm unto the said Elijah Zittle, and to his heirs and assigns, All that certain Lot or peice of ground, situate in the township of Martick in the county of Lancaster, aforesaid bonded, and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a stone or corner Land of Henry Shenk and John Eckman thence south Eighty seven degrees west twenty nine perches, to a post; thence by land of Daniel Eckman, North three degrees west, twenty five perches and a quarter to a post: thence north eighty seven degrees, East, twenty nine perches, to a post; thence south three degrees East, twenty six perches, and a quarter, to the Beginning. Containing four acres and one hundred and twenty one perches, Strict measure, Being Part of a tract of nine acres and one hundred and six perches of land more or less, which John Bachman and Esther his wife by deed of Indenture dated the Eleventh day of September A.D. one thousand eight hundred and forty one granted and conveyed unto John Miller of the party of the first part hereto his heirs and assigns forever. Together with all and singular the houses, outhouses, edifices and buildings thereon erected and being; and all ways, waters, watercourses, woods, trees, fences, gardens, orchards, rights, liberties, priviliges, advantages, hereditaments and appurtenances whatsoever thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining: and the reversions and remainders, rents, issues and profits thereof: And also all the estate, right, titles, interest, use, trust, property, possession, claim and demand whatsoever of them the said Samuel Miller, and John Miller, in Law or equity, or otherwise, howsoever, of into or out of the same. To have and to hold, the said Lot or piece of ground above described, hereditaments and premises hereby Granted and released (or mentioned or intended so to be) with the appurtenances unto the said Elijah Zittle, his heirs and assigns, to and for the only proper use, benefit and behoof of the said Elijah Zittle, his heirs and assigns forever. And the said Samuel Miller, for himself, his heirs, Executors, and administrators, does covenant, promise, grant and agree to and with the said Elijah Zittle, his heirs and assigns, by these presents, that He the said Samuel Miller, has not heretofore done, committed, or wittingly, or willingly suffered to be done or committed, any act, Matter, or thing whatsoever, whereby the premises hereby granted, or any part thereof, is, are, or shall be, or may be, impeached, charged, or incumbered in title, charge, Estate or otherwise howsoever. In witness whereof, the said parties to these presents have hereunto Interchangeably set their hands and seals the day and Year first above written. Sealed and delivered in the presence of W. Carpenter, Frs.M. Carpenter
John Miller
Samuel Miller, Trustee of John Miller

Received on the day of the date of the above Indenture found from the above named Elijah Zittle, the sum of two hundred and Eighty six dollars and fifty six cents in full for the consideration money above mentioned, witness present at signing W. Carpenter, Frs. M. Carpenter Samuel Miller, Sen.

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