In 1833-34, Emanuel died? I have found numerous references to Emanuel living to over 100 years. I'm puzzled.
Can you explain to me why in the Deeds in Allegany Co., MD, Emanuel Custer & Ann M. have a Deed in Bk. 18, pg. 613. 1860.
1866, Emanuel Custer & ([by trustee] Annie M.) deed in Bk 25, pg. 314, 1866 to Josephus Broadwaters?
If Emanuel d. after the Charles W. Krebs et al, by Sherriff, Deed R, pg. 248, 1834, why do two deeds show up after Emanuel would have been around 100 years. His great grandson lived to 103 years.
Beginning 1802-18246 pages of deeds in front of me. The first page only has Emanuel's business transactions [deeds], 14 references, 6 references for Emanuel and Ann M. 1812, 1814, 1817. 1818, 1860, 1866.
[recorded 1803] going back to 1796 Joseph Cresap. It costs $25 to get a xerox copy and $35 for a raised seal. Annapolis Archives.