1727 Deed - Thomas Budd to Mary Reves

1727 Deed - Thomas Budd to Mary Reves

1727 Deed - Thomas Budd to Mary Reves


West Jersey Deeds Book D, p326
23 Nov 1727


This Indenture made ye twenty third day of November Annoq Dom one thousand seven hundred & twenty seven & in ye first year of ye Reign of our Sovereign Lord King George the Second over Great Britain &c Between Thomas Budd of Northampton and County of Burlington & Western Division of ye province of New Jersey Esq of the one part and Mary Reves of ye same place widow of the other part Wittnesseth that ye said Thomas Budd for & in consideration of ye sum of five pounds current lawfull money of America to him in hand aid at our before the Ensealing & Delivery hereof the Receipt whereof I the said Thomas Budd doth hereby acknowledge & myself fully satisfyed & contented & thereof & of every part & parcel thereof doth acquitt release exonerate free & discharge the said Mary Reves her heirs executors Administrators & Assigns for ever by these presents have granted bargained sold aliened enfeoffed released conveyed & confirmed and by these presents doth fully freely clearly & absolutely grant bargain sell alien enfeoff release convey & confirm unto ye said Mary Reves her heirs & assigns for ever fifty four acres of land to be layd out & surveyed within ye Western Division of ye abovesaid province of New Jersey it being part of ye propriety right of land which I the said Thomas Budd purchased of Ann Bingham of ye City of Philadelphia widow & executrix of her husband James Bingham late of ye same place yeoman Decd & her son James Bingham & Ajnne his wife & John Heap & Ann his wife & John Eyre & Mary his wife & William Delivorth & Elizabeth his wife & Hannah Bingham all of ye said city of Philadelphia by virtue of a deed of Indenture bearing Date of Eleventh Day of Novemer 1719 as by ye sd Indenture will more at large appear Together also with all & singular ye mines minerals ways woods underwoods waters fishings fowlings huntings & hawkings & all other royaltys priviledges profits hereditaments & appurtenances belonging or appertaining to ye above granted & bargained fifty four acres of land also all ye estate right title interest property possession claim & demand whatsoever of me ye sd Thomas Budd of in or unto ye said granted & bargained premisses or any part or parcel thereof To have & to hold ye above granted bargained premisses with every of the Appurtenances unto her ye above named Mary Reves her heirs & Assigns for ever to her & their only Proper use Benefit & Behoof for evermore & I the said Thomas Budd for myself my heirs Execs Administr doth covenant promise grant & agree to & with ye said said Mary Reves her heirs & Assigns by these presents that I the said Thoams Budd at or before ye time of the ensealing & delivery hereof am ye true sole & lawfull owner of ye above granted & bargained premises & have in myself good right full power & lawfull authority to grant bargain & seall ye same in manner as abovesaid & that she ye said Mary Reves her heirs & assigns shall & may from time to time & at all times forever hereafter by virtue of these presents peaceable & quietly have hold use occupy possess enjoy ye above granted & bargained premises with every of the appurtenances to ye same belonging free & clear & freely & clearly acquitted & discharged of & from all manner of former & other grants bargains sales entails or any other incumberances whatsoever whereby or by preason whereof it is are or shall be incumbered or burthened with any estate right title or charge whatsoever otherwise then ye quitt rents issuing out there from to our sovereign Lord the King his heirs & successors & ye arrearages thereof if any be and I the said Thomas Budd do further & lastly covenant & bind myself my heirs executrs & administrs firmly by these presents to warrant & defend ye said Mary Reves her heirs and assigns in quiet & peaceable possession of all & singular the hereby granted & bargained premises against any just & lawfull claim of any person or persons whatsoever. In witness whereof I the sd Thomas Budd have hereunto sett my hand & seal ye day & year first above written. Signed Thomas Budd wth a (seal)
Signed Sealed & Delivered in ye presence of us Richard Brown James Wills Obadiah Eldridge

March ye 15th 1728 then came before me underwritten one of ye Judges of ye County Court for holding of Pleas for the County of Burlington Thomas Budd & did acknowledge that he did sign seal & deliver ye within written Instrument in ye presence of ye within subscribing wittnesses taken & acknowledged before me Jacob Hewlings


This appears to be Mary Reeve, widow of Jonathan Reeve.


FamilySearch - West Jersey Deeds Book D, p326