Deed Nehemiah Furbur (Furber) to Timothy Roberts

Source: Original Document Strafford County Registry of Deeds
Book 5 pages 52 - 53
Submitted & Donated to this project by Denise Shoo

           Know A ll Men by these present that I Nehemiah Furbur of the Town of Newington in the County of Rockingham in the State of New Hampshire Yeoman For and in Consideration of the Love and good Will and affection which have and bear unto my son in Law Timothy Roberts and my Daughter Sarah Roberts the Wife of the Above said Roberts of the Town of Rochester in the County of Strafford in the State aforesd Gentleman the Receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge have given granted bargained and Releafed and by those presents so give grant bargain alien and releafe convey and confirm to them my said Son Timothy Roberts and wife above said and unto their Heirs and afsigns forever unto a certain half Lot of land in the first Division in Rochester Granted originally to William Furbur of said Newington deceafed and is the lot of Land where the above said Roberts Now dwells to have the Northerly side of said lot joining to lands of Stephen Harford and to run by the main Road down so far as to the one half of said lot and then to run (?ush) a point of Compafs the length of the Lot as to Contain one half the same be more of lefs together with all the belongings thereon ~~
            To Have and To Hold the said granted premifes with the appurtenances thereof to them the said Timothy and Sarah Roberts and unto their heirs and afsigns to their proper use benefits and behoof forever Hereby engaging to Warrant and defend the said Granted premifes against all claims or demands of my person or persons claiming by from or under me my heirs and afsigns In witnefs where of I have herein to set my hand and seal this ninth Day of April Anno que Domini one thousand Seven hundred Eighty three.
Signed Sealed and delivered }
in Presence of us               }
      Nehemiah Furbur [Seal]
Charles Baker
Nathaniel Hart
} State of New Hampshire
} Rockingham Fs Newington
10th of April 1783 then Nehemiah Furbur above named personally appearing acknowledged the Above and written instrument to be his Voluntary Act and Deed ~~~~~~~
Coram Rich'd Downing, J Peace
Received April Eleventh 1783
                Examined by
Thos W Waldron, Recorder

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Transcribed in the Old English with mispellings and double words to reflect the style of the age