Indenture between George Chittenden and Ruth Adam Chittenden and MVB, 18 May 1809

Indenture between George Chittenden and Ruth [Adam] Chittenden and MVB, 18 May 1809

Recorded July 13th 1809 This Indenture made the eighteenth day of May in the Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred & nine Between George Chittenden of the Town of Kinderhook and Ruth his wife of the one part & Martin Van Buren of the City of Hudson Counsellor at Law of the other part Witnesseth, that the Said George Chittenden and Ruth his wife for and in consideration of the sum of one thousand dollars to them in hand paid at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents by the said Martin Van Buren the receipt whereof is hereby confessed and acknowledged, have granted bargained sold aliened released enscoffed and confirmed and by these presents do fully freely & absolutely give bargain sell alien release enscoff and confirm unto the said Martin Van Buren his heirs and assigns forever All that certain house lot or parcel of Land situate lying & being in the City of Hudson aforesaid Bounded as follows to Wit on the north side of Warren Street between fifth & fourth Streets being fifty feet in front on Warren Street and running back one hundred & twenty feet To prison Alley holding its full width of fifty feet from front to rear Known on the proprietors plat of the City of Hudson as Lot number twenty two said Lot lying [be]tween Lots no. twenty one & twenty three Together with all and Singular the appurtenances privileges and advantages whatsoever unto the said above mentioned and described premises in any wise appertaining or belonging and the reversion & reversions remainder & remainders rents issues & profits thereof and also all the estate right title Interest property claim and demand whatsoever as well in Law as in equity of the said George Chittenden and Ruth his wife of in and To the Same to any part or parcel thereof with the appurtenances. To Have and To Hold the above granted released and described premises with the appurtenances unto the said Martin Van Buren his heirs & assigns the only proper use benefit and behoof of the said Martin Van Buren his heirs and assigns forever And the said George Chittenden his heirs executors & administrators doth covenant promise grant and agree To and with the said Martin Van Buren his heirs and assigns that the said George Chittenden at the time of ensealing and delivery of these presents is lawfully Seized in his own right of in and To the aforesaid described premises hereby granted & conveyed with the appurtenances as of a good sure perfect absolute and indefeasible estate of inheritance in the Law in fee simple without any manner of condition To alter change determine or defeat the same and hath in himself good right full power and lawful authority to grant bargain sell convey and release the above said described land and premises with the appurtenances unto the Said Martin Van Buren his heirs and assigns in manner aforesaid, and also that he the said Martin Van Buren his heirs & assigns shall and may from time to Time and at all times forever hereafter, peaceably and quietly have hold occupy possess and enjoy the said hereby granted and released premises with the appurtenances, and further the said George Chittenden for himself and his heirs all and singular the said premises with the appurtenances above granted & released unto the said Martin Van Buren his heirs & assigns against him the said George Chittenden and his heirs and against all and every other person & persons whomsoever lawfully claiming or to claim the same shall & will Warrant and Defend by these presents. In Witness whereof the said George Chittenden and Ruth his wife have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written

    George Chittenden      S S
Sealed and delivered in presence of   Ruth Chittenden          S S
Daniel Abbott State of New York SS  
Philip S Parker    

on the eighteenth day of may 1809 personally appeared before me George Chittenden and Ruth his wife To me Known To be the same persons described in and who executed the Within deed and the said George acknowledged he executed the same as his free act and deed & I having examined the said Ruth seperate and apart from her said husband she freely confessed she executed the same without any fear or compulsion of her said husband I do therefore allow it To be worded

Philip S Parker Master in chancery

A True copy M Jenkins Junr Clk

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