Abraham Lott & John Rapalje
Jacob Rapelje & Paul Rapelje
FHLF#506501 Montgomery County Deed Book 17, 1820-1823. Pg. 65
John Rapelye of Newtown Queens County New York and Abraham Lott of New York City ... Jacob Rapelje and Paul Rapelje late of New York City ... by a certain indenture made 25 September 1816 ... sold ... all that certain piece ... of land ... in Canajorie and adjoins the road leading from Bonman's Creek to Charleston and is bounded as follows beginning a little south west of the store and a house that William A. Clark now is or late was in possession of then runs east twenty eight degrees south on a chain eighty links to Ira Bucks land thence north three degrees east four chains fifty links to John Keys land thence west one degrees thirty minutes south one chains eighty eight links thence south three degrees west three chains forty seven links to place of beginning containing one hundred and twenty acres of land ... upon certain trust nevertheless particularly mentioned and set forth in the said indenture ... John Rapelje should retain and hold the said premises here in mentioned ... until the balance due from the said Jacob Rayplje and Paul Rapelje to the said Abraham Lott upon and adjustment of accounts to be had between them ... dated 28 September 1820 ... signed Abraham Lott and John Rapelje ... witnesses Charles Rapelje ... recorded 2 October 1820.
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