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County of Santa Barbara
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John Doerr - Deed to Ferdinand Klump
27 September 1880

This Indenture, made on the Eleventh day of September A. D., one Thousand Eight Hundred and Eighty by and between John Doerr of Santa Barbara, California party of the First Part, and Ferdinand Klump of the County of Perry in the State of Missouri, party of the Second Part:

Witnesseth, That the Said party of the First Part, in Consideration of the Sum of Two Hundred and fifty 00/100 Dollars to him paid by the said party of the Second Part, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, does by these Presents, Grant, Bargain and Sell, Convey and Confirm, unto the said party of the Second Part his heirs and assigns, the following described Lots, Trusts, or Parcels of Land lying, being and situate in the County of Perry and State of Missouri, to wit:

All of the South half of the South West quarter of Section No 17 in Township No. 35 North of Range 11 East Containing 80 acres, and the West half of the North quarter of Section No. 20 in the same Township and Range Excepting 35 acres heretofore Conveyed to Frederick Schlieper by deed dated Dec. 17, 1860, Leaving a balance of forty acres more or less in Said tract, also 68 acres in the Charles Lee Survey, Township 35 Range 11 East, Beginning at the South West Corner of the Tunis Quick Survey, Thence N 13ºE, 12 Ch's. 14 lks to a Stake, Thence S., 65ºW, 24 ch's, & 26 lks. to Felix Miles line, Thence S. 8ºW, along said line 5 ch's & 50 lks to his Corner, Thence S., 82ºE 45 ch's & 83 liks to the original line of Survey. Thence N. 8ºE 24 ch's & 29 liks to line of T. Quick Survey, Thence S. 65 W 32 ch's & 14 lks along said line to the beginning containing in the aggregate 188 acres more or less, being land inherited by me from my father Phillip Doerr. The interest herein Conveyed being the undivided fifth part of the above described land.

To have and to hold the premises aforesaid, with all and Singular the rights, privileges, appurtenances and immunities thereto belonging or in anywise appertaining unto the said party of the second Part, and unto his heirs and assigns, forever; the said John Doerr hereby Convenanting that he is lawfully Seized of an indefeasible Estate in fee in the premises herein Conveyed; that he has good right to Convey the Same, that the said premises are free and Clear of any encumbrances done or Suffered by him or those under whom he claims, and that he will warrant and defend the title to the said premises unto the said party of the second Part, and unto his heirs and assigns forever, against the lawful claims and demands of all persons Whomsoever,

In Witness Whereof, The Said party of the First Part has hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written.

John Doerr {seal}

Signed, Sealed and delivered in presence of us

R. M. Dillard
A. Emmer?

Be it remembered, that on this 11th day of September A. D. 1880, before the undersigned, a Notary Public Within and for the County of Santa Barbara, aforesaid, personally came John Doerr who is personally Known to me to be the same person whose name is subscribed to the foregoing instrument of writing, as a party thereto, and acknowledged the same to be his act and deed for the purposes therein mentioned, And the said John Doerr further declared himself to be single and unmarried.

In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto Set my hand and affixed my official seal, at my office in Santa Barbara, Cal. the day and year first above written. My term of office as a Notary Public will Expire February 9th 1882.

R. M. Dillard, Notary Public.

Recorded September 27th, 1880 at 11 O'clock and 5 minutes A. M.
Attest. James Burgee, Recorder

Source: Perry County Deed Book

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