made the first day of April in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and Eighty: Between Samuel Putt and Elizabeth his wife, Joseph Putt, William Putt, William
Figard and Catharine his wife, all of Liberty Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, Andrew Donaldson and Sarah his wife of Carbon Township, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, Henry Savitz and Elizabeth his wife, David Russell and
Rosanna his wife of Hopewell Township in said County of Bedford, and Henry Spiece and Susan his wife of Lincoln Township in said County of Huntington parties of the
first part, And Lewis S. Putt of Hopewell Township aforesaid, and Simon S. Putt of Riddlesburg in said County of Bedford, parties of the second part.
=Whereas parties of the first part, to wit: Michael Putt in his lifetime agreedto sell and convey to Jacob Putt father of said parties of the second part, and ofother children a certain piece, parcel and lot of ground situate in Hopewell
Township in the village of Puttstown hereinafter fully described and although the said Jacob Putt paid the whole of the purchase money the said Michael Putt died without having made a Deed therefor: And whereas, the other heirs of the said Jacob Putt have released to the said parties of the second part, all their right, titleand interest in and-to-said Lot of ground: therefore for the purpose of vesting in said Lewis S. Putt and Simon S. Putt the legal title to said premises the said parties of the first part being the children and heirs at law? of the said Michael Putt, for the consideration of the premises and the further sum of one dollar to them in kind paid by the said Lewis S. Putt and Simon S. Putt have remised, released and forever
quit-claimed and by these presents; do remise, release and forever quit claim untilthe said Lewis S. Putt and Simon S. Putt and their heirs and assigns.All their right, title and interest in and to all that certain piece, parcel and lot of ground situate, lying and being on both sides of the public road in the village of Puttstown in said Township of Hopewell, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described by courses and distances as follows, viz: Beginning at a post in public road, thence by lands of ? M. Stoler South twenty four and a half degrees East nineteen and three tenths perches to a post: thence by lands of William S. and John S. Enyeart north twenty one degrees East, twenty and eight tenths perches to stones; thence north thirty four and a half degrees west, thirteen and eight tenths perches to a chestnut stump: thence by lands late of Rev. P. D. Collins, north seventy five degrees west, eleven and two tenths perches to a post: thence by lands
of said parties of the second part, South one and a half degrees west fifteen and five tenths, perches to the public road and thence along said public road South seventy one degrees East four and six tenths perches to the fence of beginning, containing two acres and twenty perches with the appurtenances: To Have and to Hold the said described premises with the appurtenances, unto the said Lewis S. Putt and Simon S. Putt and their heirs and assigns, to and for the only proper use and behoof of the said parties of the second part, and their heirs and assigns forever.
in Witness Whereof, the parties to these presents have, hereunto set their hands and seals this day and year first above written.
Sealed and Delivered
in the presence of
Thos FultonSamuel PuttSeal
J. L. MillerElizabeth x Putt
William x Putt
Samuel x Donaldson
Andrew B. x Donaldson
Elizabeth x Savets
Henry x Savets
Rosanna x Russell
Mary x Russell
Catharine x Figard
State of Pennsylvania
On this 17th day of January A.D. 1880, before me, a Justice of the Peace within and foresaid County, personally came Samuel Putt and Elizabeth his wife, Joseph Putt, William Putt, Harry Speece and Susan his wife, William Figard and Catharine his wife, Mary Russell, David Russell and Rosann his wife, and in due form of law acknowledged the within written Indenture to be their and each of their act and deed and desired the same be recorded as such and they the said Mrs. Elizabeth Putt, Mrs. Mary Russell, Mrs. Rosanna Russell, Mrs. Susan Spiece, Mrs.
Catharine Figard, being of full age, and separate and apart from their said husbands by me thereon privately examined the fullcontents of said Deed, being first made known unto them, did thereupon decline and say that they did voluntarily and of their own free will and accord, sign, seal and as their act and deed deliver, without any coercion or compulsion on the part of their said husbands. Witness my hand and seal the day and year aforesaid.J. L.
Recorded January 18th 1881