Indenture between Matthew Otchy and Gilbert McMicking.
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Otchy, Matthew
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Indenture between Matthew Otchy and Gilbert McMicking signed on April 1, 1833 and confirmed by two witnesses (Richard Dixie and Stephen Butler Jr. This 1833 deed transfers ownership of Lot No. 12 and 33 in Township of Stamford to Gilbert McMicking. The previous owners of this land were: Rheddy Cusack, Andrew Rorback and the Presbyterian Church in Stamford.
Two pages of handwritten document with signatures and paper seals; size: 25.5cm x 39.5cm
Date of Publication:
1 Apr 1833
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Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    fltLatitude: 43.10012
    Latitude: 43.10012 Longitude: -79.06627
Donor:
Huggins, Jean A. E. (1895-1989)
Copyright Statement:
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to Canadian law. No restrictions on use.
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Full Text

22 September 1822

Thomas McMicking, Peter Thompson, James Cooper [Trustees of Presbyterian Church in Stamford)

Lease to Rheddy Cusack

Town lots

12 Front lot

33 Front lot

1/2 acre each

Assigned by Rheddy Cusack to Andrew Rorback

25 September 1925

Andrew Rorback to Matthew Otchy

19 April 1830

Matthew Otchy to Gilbert McMicking

1 April 1933

These vouchers have been exam by us and are as above stated

[Signatures of:]

Richard Dixie

Stephen Butler

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[?] all men by these presents, that I Matthew Otchy of the village and Township of Stamford, District of Niagara and province of Upper Canada Esquire, in consideration of the sum of Fifty Pounds said province to me in hand paid by Gilbert McMicking of the Township of Stamford aforesaid yeoman the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge, hence [...]

Assigned and set over into the said Gilbert McMicking his executors, administrators and assigns, as well the [?] written Indenture, as also as the Term and Interest in all and singular the lands, [?] and premises within mentioned, yet remaining under and by Virtue of the said Indenture, and likewise all my Estate, Right, Title, Intend, Claims, Property and demand of, in, or to the same lands, Tenements, Hereditance and premises which [?] have, either by means of the Indenture or otherwise however; subject nevertheless to the Rents and covenants in the same Indenture contained

In witness whereof the parties to these presents hereunto set their hands and seals at Stamford aforesaid the First day of April in the Year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty three.

Signed sealed and delivered

Matthew Otchy

Gilbert McMicking

In the presence of:

Richard Dixie

Stephen Butler

Indenture between Matthew Otchy and Gilbert McMicking.
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Indenture between Matthew Otchy and Gilbert McMicking.


Indenture between Matthew Otchy and Gilbert McMicking signed on April 1, 1833 and confirmed by two witnesses (Richard Dixie and Stephen Butler Jr. This 1833 deed transfers ownership of Lot No. 12 and 33 in Township of Stamford to Gilbert McMicking. The previous owners of this land were: Rheddy Cusack, Andrew Rorback and the Presbyterian Church in Stamford.
Two pages of handwritten document with signatures and paper seals; size: 25.5cm x 39.5cm