Deed Book 224, p295
28 Jun 1830
Joseph F Reeves of the City and State aforesaid of the other part Whereas the said Jacob Peters deceased by his last will and testament bearing date the thirteenth day of August in the year Eighteen hundred and thirteen and recorded in the office of the Register of wills in Baltimore County as will appear by reference thereto being had, did authorize and empower his said executor to sell and dispose of All that part of a lot of land number forty whereon William Aiequith deceased formerly lived which part of a lot of land so authorized to be sold and disposed of his described as follows that is to say, Beginning for the same on the north side of Pitt Street, at the distance of twenty five feet from the East end of a house formerly occupied by William Aisquith aforesaid and running thence East bounding on Pitt Street twenty seven feet thence north parallel with High Street fifty from feet ten inches, then a west parallel with Pitt Street twenty seven feet and thence South by a straight line to the beginning It being the same part of a lot of land which was by Indenture bearing date on or about the 19th of June 1800 and recorded among the land records of Baltimore County court in Liber W G No 62 folio 444 & leased and to farm let by the said William Aisquith to the said Jacob Peters as by reference thereto had will fully and at large appear Together with all and singular the buildings and improvements thereupon made or being and all the rights privileges and appurtenances thereto belonging or in any wise appertaining for and during all the rest residue and remainder of the term of ninety nine years then to come and unexpired of the said original lease for the same herein before referenced to with the benefit of renewment forever subject to the payment of the yearly rent or sum of Forty dollars and fifty cents on the nineteenth day December in each and every year during the said demise and subject to the other considerations of the said original lease now this Indenture witnesseth that the said John Peters executor as aforesaid as well by virtue of the power and authority to him given as aforesaid as for and in consideration of the sum of fourteen hundred and fifty dollars lawful money of the United States to him in hand paid by the said Joseph F Reeves at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged Hath granted bargained sold assigned transferred and set over and by these presents doth hereby in said capacity grant bargain sell assign transfer and set over unto the said Joseph F Reeves is executors administrators and assigns All that part of a lot of land herein before described (which was as aforesaid leased by Wm Aisquith to the said Jacob Peters deceased) Together with all and singular the buildings, and improvements thereupon erected made or being and the alleys privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging and all the estate right title interest tenn of years to come properly claim and demand both at law and equity of the said Jacob Peters deceased or any person or persons claiming by from or under him of in unto and out of the same or to any part or parcel thereof To have and To hold the said part of a lot of land and premises above mentioned and hereby granted and assigned or meant mentioned or intended hereby so to be and every part and parcel thereof with the rights members and appurtenances unto the said Joseph F Reeves his executors administrators and assigns for and during all the rest residue and remainder of the term of years therein yet to come and unexpired by virtue of the original lease thereof with the benefit of renewment forever in as large ample and beneficial manner to all intents and purposes whatsoever as the said Jacob Peters deceased his executors administrators or assigns might or could have held and enjoyed the same by any ways or means whatsoever subject nevertheless to the payment of the yearly rent aforesaid and the performance of the covenants provisors and conditions in the said original lease reserved mentioned and contained In trust to and for the uses intents and purposes following that is to say In trust for the sole use and benefit of Abial Reeves wife of John Reeves and mother of the above named Joseph F Reeves for and during her natural life with full right and authority at any time during her natural life to sell or make any other disposition of the said part of a lot of land and premises and all the rest residue and remainder of the term of years then to come and unexpired of the original lease for the same that she may think proper and if the said Abial Reeves shall die without making such sale or other disposition of the said part of a lot of land and premises and the rest residue and remainder of the term of years to come and unexpired of the original lease for the same with the benefit of renewment forever then In trust for the use and benefit of the children of the said Abial Reeves share and share alike their executors administrators and assigns and to and for no other use intent or purpose whatsoever and the said John Peters doth hereby in the capacity aforesaid covenant with the said Joseph F Reeves his executors administrators and assigns that Jacob Peters aforesaid died possessed of the premises in manner aforesaid, that he the said John Peters was duly authorized by the said will to make sale thereof and that the same was sold for the purposes therein expressed and also that upon the payment of the yearly rent aforesaid and perforeming the conditions in and by the said original Indenture of lease reserved mentioned and contained the said Joseph F Reeves his executors administrators and assigns or the person or persons for whom the same is held in trust shall and may from time to time and at all times hereafter for and during all the rest residue and remainder of the said term herein before granted and assigned as aforesaid peaceably and quietly have hold use occupy possess and enjoy the said part of a lot of land and premises hereby granted and assigned and every part and parcel thereof with the appurtenances, without the let suit trouble molestation interruption eviction or disturbance of the heirs executors administrators or assigns of the said Jacob Peters, deceased or any of them or by or through their means or procurement In Witness whereof the said John Peters as executor aforesaid hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first herein written.
Signed Sealed and delivered in presence of the words}John Peters (Seal)
hereby in said capacity in the seventh line in the second page being first interlined J Walsh John More }
Baltimore June 29th 1830. Received of Joseph F Reeves the sum of fourteen hundred and fifty dollars current money being the full consideration money mentioned in the foregoing Indenture to be paid to me.
Witness J Walsh
State of Maryland City of Baltimore To wit on the twenty eighth day of June in the year of our Lord Eighteen hundred and thirty before us the subscribers two Justices of the peace of the state of Maryland in and for the City of Baltimore personally appeared John Peters and acknowledged the foregoing Indenture or instrument of writing to be his act and deed according to the true intent and meaning thereof.
J Wash John Moore