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Andrew Cartmill probate records (1832), Sangamon County Probate Court, Springfield, Illinois; submitted by Earliene Kaelin ([email protected]); transcript, Sangamon County ILGenWeb (https://sangamon.illinoisgenweb.org/archive/probwilldeed.html).



Nancy Cartmill being duly sworn, deposed, and saith that Andrew Cartmill of Sangamon County is dead and that he died on or about the 12th day of Sept. 1832 without having made and Published a will so far as she knows and believes.

Nancy Cartmill, sworn in open court this 18th Oct., 1832.
(Signed)
J. Adams, J. Probate.

NOTICE OF APPRAISEMENT OF THE ESTATE OF ANDREW CARTMILL
The people of the State of Illionis To; David Nusum, Cyrus Sanders(then crossed out) John Huston & William Fokes. of the county of Sangamon, in the State of Illinois. Greeting; - - These are to authorize you jointly to appraise the goods, chattels and personal estate of Andrew Cartmill, late of the county of Sangamon, deceased so far as the same shall come to your sight and knowledge, each of you having first taken the oath here to annexed a certificate whereof you are to return annexed to an appraisment bill of said goods, chattels and personal estate by your appraised in dollars and cents and in the said bill of appraisment you are to set down in column or columns opposite to each article appraised the value thereof and foot the same at the bottom of each page.

Witness James Adams, Judge of Probate and his private seal affixed (there being no public seal provided) this 18th day of Oct. 1832. J. Adams, Judge of Probate ANDREW CARTMILL (Desc'd)

Appraisment Warranty to David Nusum, William Fokes, & John Huston
Filed 20th day of Nov. 1832
We David Nusum, J. Huston, & William Fokes do solemnly swear that we will without prejudice or partiality value and appraise the goods, chattels and personal estate of Andrew Cartmill, deceased, so far as the same shall come to our sight and knowledge and that we will in all things perform our duties as Appraisers to the best of our skill and abilities.

David Newsom
John Huston
Wm. L. Fowkes

Sworn and subscribed before me this 21st day of Oct. 1832.
J. Adams, Judge of Probate

Know all men by these present Nancy Cartmill, John M. Cartmill, Charles Harper and David Nusum are hereto and firmly bound unto the people of the State of Illinois in the final sum of one thousand, three hundred - dollars which payment will and truly to be made we bind ourselves, our heirs executors and administrators jointly and severally by these presents Witness our hands and seals this 18th day of October 1832.

The condition of the above obligation is such that if the said Nancy and credits of Andrew Cartmill deceased, do make or cause to be made a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods and chattels of the said deceased which shall come to the hands, possessions or knowledge of her the said Nancy Cartmill as such administrator to the hands of any other person or persons for her and the same as made do exhibit in the court of probate for the County of Sangamon, agreeable to law and such goods and chattels, rights and credits do well and truly administer according to law and all the rest of said goods, chattels which shall be found remains upon the account of the said administrator, the same being first occasioned and allowed,

I Nancy Cartmill do solemnly swear that I will well and truly administer on the goods and chattels of Andrew Cartmill deceased, and will render a fair and just account thereof when thereto legally required to the best of my knowledge and abilities and that I will pay all just claims against the estate so far as the same shall extend and the Law charge me. X Nancy (her mark) Cartmill

James Adams agrees that he will assist Nancy Cartmill in her administration and will advise and attend to the business for her in the County of Sangamon and see that the same is legally done but it is understood that the said attention in to such business as does not embrace the duties of Judge of Probate and will also attend to such collecting as may be needed in said County excepting any suit that may be pending or carries to the Circuit Court or before the Judge of Probate - - And for the advise and attention aforesaid the Administratrix agrees to and pay him one half of the legal commission allowed her on her said administration. The above does not interfere in anywise with the legal fees allowed the Judge of Probate for any duties performed as Judge of Probate.

J. Adams,
Nancy (her mark) Cartmill

Inventory of the goods and chattels of Andrew Cartmill deceased, an appraisment by us --------- D. Neusum, John Huston and William L Fowkes --------- --------- appointment by the Judge of Probate for Sangamon County this 22nd day of Oct. 1832.

Account of outstanding claims in favor of the estate of Andrew Cartmill, collected from Alexander Donilson, Ky. $718.00
The court of Probate shall deliver and pay unto such persons as shall be legally entitled thereto and further do make list and true account of her actings and doings when there unto required by the said court then this obligation to be void otherwise to be and remain in full force and virtue.

Nancy (her mark)
Cartmill (seal)
John M. Cartmill (seal)
Charles Harper (seal)
David Newsom (seal)
Witness
Adams, Judge of Probate Court
Oct. 1832

Cartmill delivered Bond of $1300 for administer
Settlement was made as such:
Nancy Cartmill $166.00
John M. Cartmill & Alexander Rigdon $69.95 Dec. 1, 1834
William W. Cartmill & Charles Harper $69.95 Dec. 1, 1834
Nancy Cassady & husband Willis $69.95 Dec. 1, 1834
Lucretia Huston & husband Samuel $34.97 June 28, 1834
John M. Cartmill $69.95 June 28, 1834
Eliza & husband Alexander Rigdon $69.95 June 28, 1834
William W. Cartmill $69.95 June 28, 1834
Eveline & husband Charles Harper $69.95 June 28, 1834
Mary Ann Cartmill $69.95 June 28, 1834


Jacob A Lane estate (1845), Sangamon County Probate Court, Springfield, Illinois; submitted by Francie Lane ([email protected]); transcript, Sangamon County ILGenWeb (https://sangamon.illinoisgenweb.org/archive/probwilldeed.html).



Sangamon Co., IL - Bond for Guardian

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, That we, Thomas LEWIS, A. G. HERNDON & James GOURLEY of the County of Sangamon and State of Illinois, are held and firmly bound unto the People of the State of Illinois, in the penal sum of Eight Hundred Dollars; for the use of Abram J. LANE, John J. LANE, Aletty Ann LANE, Sarah Maria LANE, Eliza E. LANE, Henry T. LANE & Ellen Jane LANE minor heirs of Jacob A. LANE, late of said County, deceased, for the payment of which, well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, and administrators, jointly, severally, and firmly, by these presents. Witness our hands and seals, this 19th day of March Anno Domini 1845.

THE CONDITION OF THIS OBLIGATION IS SUCH, That if the above bound Thomas LEWIS, Guardian of the said Abram J. LANE, John J. LANE, Aletty Ann LANE, Sarah Maria LANE, Eliza E. LANE, Henry T. LANE & Ellen Jane LANE shall faithfully discharge the office and trust of such guardian, according to law; and shall render a fair and just account of his said guardianship to the Court of Probate for the County of Sangamon from time to time, as he shall be thereunto required by said Court, and comply with all the orders of said Court lawfully made, relative to the goods, chattels, and moneys of such minors and render and pay to such miners all moneys, goods, and chattels, title papers, and effects, which may come to the hands or possession of such guardian, belonging to such minors when such minors shall be thereto entitled, or to any subsequent guardian, should such Court so direct; then this obligation shall be void, or otherwise to remain in full force and virtue. Taken and subscribed before me, this 19th day of March A.D. 1845:

Thomas MOFFET, Thomas LEWIS [L.S.]
Probate Justice of the Peace A. G. HERNDON [L.S.]
James GOURLEY [L.S.]


William Riley Pate guardianship records (1827), Sangamon County Probate Records Book B, Sangamon County Probate Court, Springfield, Illinois; Film #1313264, Family History Center Library; submitted by S.C. Neely ([email protected]); transcript, Sangamon County ILGenWeb (https://sangamon.illinoisgenweb.org/archive/probwilldeed.html).



8 OCTOBER 1827
James Adams, Judge

William Riley Pate a minor of the age of nineteen years came into the court and presented his petition and requested a guardian to be appointed over his property and estate during his minority and recommended and made choice of John Brannen as his guardian and William Pate, the father of the said minor, also appeared in court and having first been informed of the said application declared to this court that he has nothing to say why a guardian should not be appointed, it also appearing that the said minor has personal property not derived from his father whereupon leave was given and the said John Brannen presented his bond for his f_________ful guardianship with William Pate as his surety in the sum of $20. Whereupon letters of guardianship were granted in the words following:

State of Illinois, Sangamon County
To John Brannen, Greetings
You, the said John Brannen, having been chosen by William Riley Pate (a minor of the age of 19 years) as his guardian, and we reposing special trust and confidence hereby constitute you the said John Brannen guardian of the said William Riley Pate for and during his minority and you are hereby constituted guardian of the goods, chattels, _________, and tenements, rights, and effects of the said William Riley Pate and under the direction and education and as guardian as by law you are required to do, transact and perform all such duties as are given to and vested in you as guardian of said William Riley Pate for and during his minority.

In testimony whereof I have hereunto sat my hand and affixed my private seal (there being no public seal) at Springfield this eighth day of October 1827.


John Voshall will (1834), Sangamon County Probate Court, Springfield, Illinois; submitted by April Robbins ([email protected]); transcript, Sangamon County ILGenWeb (https://sangamon.illinoisgenweb.org/archive/probwilldeed.html).



"The last will and testament of John VOSHALL of Sangamon County and State of Illinois:
'I, John VOSHALL, considering the uncertainty of this mortal life, and being of sound mind and memory (blessed be Almighty God for the same), do make and publish this, my last will and testament, in manner and form following, (that is to say) I give and bequeath to my beloved wife, Susan VOSHALL, all my land lying and being in the county and state aforesaid and being the North West quarter of the South East quarter of section, in Township seventeen, North of Range three, West of the third principle meridian, containing forty acres with all and singular appurtenance belonging thereunto, to have and to hold, sell, alien and convey as she may deem proper.

Also, all my household furniture with my farming utensils and stock of horses, cattle, hogs, and sheep, with all other property, stock rights and claims in any way belonging to me, and further, my will is that the above named Susan VOSHALL shall, at any time (in the case of my death), sell all or any part of the above named property that she may choose, the proceeds of which I will to go to the raising and use of my beloved children as follows: Katharine VOSHALL, Elizabeth VOSHALL, Polly VOSHALL, and Julia Ann VOSHALL. Also, I give to Sally STEVENS, daughter of my beloved wife, Susan VOSHALL, equally with my own children named above. And I hereby appoint my wife, Susan VOSHALL, sole executrix of this, my last will and testament, revoking all former wills by me made. In witness whereof I set my hand and seal this 20th day of August in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and thirty four.'

(signed)
John VOSHALL (his mark)

'Signed, sealed, and published, and declared by the above named John VOSHALL to be his last will and testament in the presence of us who have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses in the presence of the testator.

(signed)
Elijah FRIEND
Lewis BARNEY
Jeremiah BIRKS"


George Duff to Sarah Hall (1835), Sangamon County Recorder of Deeds, Book H: 629, Springfield, Illinois; submitted by Betty Anderson ([email protected]); transcript, Sangamon County ILGenWeb (https://sangamon.illinoisgenweb.org/archive/probwilldeed.html).



George Duff Deed To Sarah Hall
This Indenture made and Entered into this 4th day of November A.D. 1835, Between George Duff and Jane his wife of the County of Sangamon & State of Illinois of the first part and Sarah Hall of the Second Part. Witnesseth that the said party of the first, for and in consideration of the Sum of Eight hundred Dollars in hand paid by the said party of the Second part the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, have granted Bargained, and Sold, and by these presents do grant, bargain and sell unto the said party of the Second part his heirs and assigns, a certain tract or parcel of situate lying and being in the County of Sangamon and State of Illinois on the waters of Lick Creek known and Designated as follows to wit:

The East half of the North West quarter of Section twenty Six in the township fifteen North of Range Six west in the district of Lands subject to sale at Springfield Illinois containing eighty acres.

To have and to hold the aforesaid tract or parcel of land, together with all and singular the privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining to the only Proper use and benefit of them the said party of the second part their heirs and assigns Forever and the said party of the first part do convenant to and with the said party of the Second part that they will forever warrant & defend the said tract of land from the claim of them the said party of the first part and their heirs and assigns and against the claim or claims of any other person or persons whomsoever.

In testimony wereof the said party of the first part have hereunto set their hands and seals this day and year above written.

Signed Sealed & delivered in Presence of
George Duff (Seal)
W. W. Meteer
Jane Duff (Seal)


James Gallaher to John C Hall (1850), Sangamon County Recorder of Deeds, Book EE: 610, Springfield, Illinois; submitted by Betty Anderson ([email protected]); transcript, Sangamon County ILGenWeb (https://sangamon.illinoisgenweb.org/archive/probwilldeed.html).



James Gallaher & Wife Know all men by these presents that James Gallaher To Deed and Lucinda Gallaher his wife of the County of St. Charles in the State of Missouri for the consideration of one hundred and twenty-five dollars to them paid by John C. Hall of the County of Sangamon and State of Illinois the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have granted, bargain, sold and conveyed and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell and convey unto the said John C. Hall, his heirs and assignees forever a tract of land containing forty acres and eighty-eight hundredths of an acre being the west half of Lot no. two of the northeast quarter of Section three in Township fourteen North of Range seven west of the third principal meridian in the District of lands subject to the sale at Springfield, Illinois, said Lot no. two being the same that was granted to the said James Gallaher by the United States on the fifteenth day of October eighteen hundred and thirty-five Certificate No 8344 -- with all and singular the privileges and appurtenances to the same belonging to have and to hold the same unto the said John C. Hall, his heirs and assigns forever free and clear from the lawful claim of all persons whomsoever.

In witness whereof the said James Gallaher and Lucinda Gallaher his wife have hereunto set their hands and seals at the County of St. Charles in the State of Missouri this 30th day of April eighteen hundred and forty-nine.

James Gallaher (Seal)
Lucinda Gallaher (Seal)
State of Missouri

Be it remembered that on this 30th day of April, County of St. Charles eighteen hundred and forty-nine before me Clerk of the Circuit Court of St. Charles County, Missouri personally came James Gallaher and Lucinda Gallaher his wife who are personally known to me to be same persons whose names are subscribed to the foregoing instrument of writing as parties thereto and acknowledged the same to be their act and deed. She the said Lucinda Gallaher being by me made acquainted with the contents of said instrument of writing on an examination apart from her husband acknowledged that she executed and delivered the same and relinquishes her dower in the real estate therein mentioned freely and without compulsion or undue influence of her said husband and I certify that this acknowledgment is taken according to the laws of the State of Missouri. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and the seal of said court at my office in the City of St. Charles the day and year aforesaid.

Benjamin Emmons, Jr. Clerk
by Jose. H. Alexander DC


John Grigg to John C Hall (1854), Sangamon County Recorder of Deeds, Book NN: 399, Springfield, Illinois; submitted by Betty Anderson ([email protected]); transcript, Sangamon County ILGenWeb (https://sangamon.illinoisgenweb.org/archive/probwilldeed.html).



John Grigg & wife To Deed John C. Hall
This Indenture made and entered into this Eighth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and fifty four between John Grigg of the City of Philadelphia and State of Pennsylvania and Nancy Grigg his wife of the first and John C. Hall of the County of Sangamon and State of Illinois of the Second part witnesseth that the said parties of the first part for and in consideration of the Sum of Three hundred and Sixteen Dollars in hand paid by the said party of the Second part the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have granted bargained and sold, and by these presents do grant bargain and sell unto the said party of the Second part his heirs and assigns a Certain Tract of Land situate lying and being in the County of Sangamon and State of Illinois known and designated as follows to wit, the South East Quarter of the North east Quarter of Section thirty four and the North west Quarter of the South west Quarter of Section Thirty five all in Township fourteen North range Seven West of the third principal Meridian containing Eighty Acres more or less.

To have and to hold the aforesaid Tract or parcel of Land together with all and singular the privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging or on any wise appertaining to the only proper use and benefit of him the said party of the Second part his heirs and assigns forever and the said parties of the first part for themselves heirs Executors and Administrators do covenant to and with the said party to convey and will forever warrant and defend the said Tract of land from the claim of them the said parties of the first part their heirs and assigns and against the claim or claims of any other person whomsoever.

In Testimony whereof the said parties of the first part have herewith set hands and Seals the day and year first above written.

In presences of
John Grigg (Seal)
John Thompson
Nancy Grigg (Seal)

State of Pennsylvania
City of Philadelphia
I John Thompson one of the Aldermen of the City of Philadelphia in office Justice of the Peace do certify that John Grigg and Nancy his wife whose signatures appear to the foregoing Deed and who are personally known to me to be the persons described in and who executed the same did severally acknowledged that they had executed the said convey and for the uses and purposes therein mentioned and the said Nancy having been by me made acquainted with the contents of the said Deed and examined separate and apart from her said husband acknowledged that she has executed the same and relinquished her dower to the premises therein conveyed voluntarily freely and without compulsion of her said husband.

Given under my hand and seal this Eighth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and fifty four (1854)

John Thompson (Seal)


John C Hall to David C Gibson (1875), Sangamon County Recorder of Deeds, Book 53 D: 364, Springfield, Illinois; submitted by Betty Anderson ([email protected]); transcript, Sangamon County ILGenWeb (https://sangamon.illinoisgenweb.org/archive/probwilldeed.html).



John C. Hall to David C. Gibson
This Indenture, Made and entered into the Eleventh day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy five between John C. Hall and Susan Hall of the County of Sangamon and State of Illinois, the parties of the first part, and David C. Gibson of the County of Sangamon and State of Illinois the party of the second part,

Witnesseth: That the said parties of the first part, for and in consideration of the sum of Four thousand and eighty two dollars 50/100 in hand paid by the said party of the second part, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, does hereby grant, bargain and sell unto the said party of the second part his heirs and assigns, certain tract of Land situate, lying and being in the County of Sangamon and State of Illinois, known, designated and described as follows, to-wit:

South East quarter of the North East quarter Section thirty four and North West quarter South West quarter of Section thirty five all in township fourteen (14) North range Seven (7) West of the third principal Meridian contain eighty (80) acres, more or less.

And for the Consideration aforesaid, the said parties of the first part hereby waive and release confirm and transfer and forever relinquish, to the said party of the second part, all right, interest or title he may now have, or may hereafter acquire, in and to the Real Estate hereinbefore described, by virtue of the Laws of the State of Illinois, approved February 11th, A.D. 1851, entitled "An act to exempt homesteads from sale on execution, and all Laws amendatory thereof.

To Have and to Hold the aforesaid tract or parcel of land, free from all Homestead Exemption Rights, together with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging, or in anywise appertaining to the only proper use and benefit of him the said party of the second part, his heirs and assigns forever. And the said parties of the first part, for his heirs, executors and administrators, do convenant with the said party of the second part, that they lawfully seized, that said land is free from all incumbrance, that they have full right to convey, and will Forever Warrand and Defend the said tract of land from the claim of them, the said parties of the first part, their heirs and assigns and against the claim or claims of any other persons whatsoever.

In Witness Whereof, the said parties of the first part has hereunto set their hand and seal the day and year first above written.

In the Presence of
John C. Hall (Seal)
H. H. Elmore
her X mark (Seal)
Susan Hall


John C Hall to Wm T Hall (1875), Sangamon County Recorder of Deeds, Book 53 D: 350, Springfield, Illinois; submitted by Betty Anderson ([email protected]); transcript, Sangamon County ILGenWeb (https://sangamon.illinoisgenweb.org/archive/probwilldeed.html).



John C. Hall & Wm. T. Hall
This Indenture, Made and entered into the Eleventh day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy five between John C. Hall and Susan Hall his wife of the County of Sangamon and State of Illinois the parties of the first part, and Wm. T. Hall of the County of Sangamon and State of Illinois the party of the second part, Witnesseth:

That the said part of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of Sixteen hundred Sixty Seven and 50/100 dollars in had paid by the said party of the second part, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do hereby grant, bargain and sell unto the said party of the second part his heirs and assigns, a certain tract of Land situate, lying and being in the County of Sangamon and State of Illinois, known, designated and described as follows, to-wit:

Part of the South West quarter of the South West quarter, containing Thirty three acres, Section Thirty five, township fourteen North range Seven West of the third principal Meridian.

And for the Consideration aforesaid, the said parties of the first part hereby waive and release confirm and transfer and forever relinquish, to the said party of the second part, all right, interest or title he may now have, or may hereafter acquire, in and to the Real Estate hereinbefore described, by virtue of the Laws of the State of Illinois, approved February 11th, A.D. 1851, entitled An act to exempt homesteads from sale on Execution, and all Laws amendatory thereof.

To Have and to Hold the aforesaid tract or parcel of land, free from all Homestead Exemption Rights, together with all the appurtenances there unto belonging, or in anywise appertaining, to the only proper use and benefit of him the said party of the second part, his heirs and assigns forever. And the said parties of the first part, for their heirs executors and administrators, do convenant with the said party of the second part, that they lawfully seized, that said land is free from all incumbrance, that they have full right to convey, and will Forever Warrant and Defend the said trace of land from the claim of them, the said parties of the first part, their heirs and assigns, and against the claim or claims of any other persons whatsoever.

In Witness Whereof, the said parties of the first part has hereunto set their hand and seal the day and year first above written.

In the Presence of
John C. Hall (Seal)
H. H. Elmore
her X mark
Susan Hall (Seal)


John C Hall to Sarah C Young (1870), Sangamon County Recorder of Deeds, Book 54 D: 291, Springfield, Illinois; submitted by Betty Anderson ([email protected]); transcript, Sangamon County ILGenWeb (https://sangamon.illinoisgenweb.org/archive/probwilldeed.html).



John C. Hall to Sarah C. Young - To Deed
This Indenture, made this 27 day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy Sarah C. Young between John C. Hall and Susan Hall, of the county of Sangamon and State of Illinois, parties of the first and Sarah C. Young, of the county of Sangamon and State of Illinois, party of the second part witnesseth that the said parties of the first part for and in consideration of the sum on one dollar be in hand paid the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged ___ alien, release, securing and quit claim unto the said party of the second part and to her heirs and assigns a certain tract or parcel of land appurtenances __________ and being in the county of Sangamon and State of Illinois described as follows _______

Being two acres of the South lot __ eight (8) being part of the West half of the South West quarter of section Nine (9) in township fourteen (14) North range seven West said number being in accordances with a survey made by _. _. Warren and a plat recorded in Surveyors offices of Sangamon County Surveyors book fifteen.

And for the consideration aforesaid the said parties of the first part hereby waives and releases, confirms and transfers and forever relinquishes to the said party of the second part all right interest in title they may now have or may hereafter acquire in and to the real estate herewith fore described by virtue of the laws of the State of Illinois approved February 11 A.D. 1851 entitled "An act to exempt homesteads from sale on Execution, and all laws amending thereof.

To have and to hold the aforesaid tract or parcel of land, free from all Homestead Exemption Rights, together with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining to the only proper use and benefit of the said party of the second part, her heirs and assigns forever.

In witness whereof, the said parties of the first part have hereunto set their hand and seal the day and year first above written.

In the presence of
John C. Hall (Seal)
H. H. Elmore
J. W. Hall
Witness
her X mark (Seal)
Susan Hall


William Hall to John Hall (1854), Sangamon County Recorder of Deeds, Book OO: 351, Springfield, Illinois; submitted by Betty Anderson ([email protected]); transcript, Sangamon County ILGenWeb (https://sangamon.illinoisgenweb.org/archive/probwilldeed.html).



William Hall to Mortgage John Hall
Know all men by these presents that I William Hall of the County of Sangamon State of Illinois that whereas I am indebted to Preston Hamilton in the sum of Sixty five Dollars payable on the 25th day of December 1854 and whereas John Hall is my Security on said Note thence for the purpose of Securing the said John Hall against ________ or damage as my said Security - bargained sold and mortgaged unto the said John Hall one Bay Mare and & one ____________ upon the following condition to wit. If I the said Wm Hall should pay or cause to be paid the above __________ Note when due or otherwise release said John Hall from all liability on account of said note then this Mortgage to be nill & void but if default be made in the payment of said note or any part thereof so that the said John Hall shall have the same to pay or any part thereof he the said John Hall is hereby authorized to take possession of said Property & sell the same and apply the proceeds there of to satisfy all damages that he the said John Hall may sustain as such Security - said property to remain in my Possession until default be made in the Payment of said note. Given under my hand and Seal this 24th day of April 1854.

William Hall (Seal)

This Mortgage was acknowledged before my by Wm Hall this 24th day of April 1854.
W Hathaway J P


Gershom Jayne to Andrew Cartmell (1830), Sangamon County Recorder of Deeds, Book: 353, Springfield, Illinois; submitted by Earliene Kaelin ([email protected]); transcript, Sangamon County ILGenWeb (https://sangamon.illinoisgenweb.org/archive/probwilldeed.html).



Gershom Jayne to Andrew Cartmell
This indenture made and entered into this twelfth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty between Gershom JAYNE and Sibyl his wife of the one part and Andrew CARTMELL of the other part, all of Sangamon County and State of Illinois. Witnesseth that the said Gershom JAYNE and Sibyl his wife, for and on consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars current money of the United States to them in hand paid by the said Andrew CARTMELL the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have granted, bargained and sold and by these presents do grant, bargain and sell unto the said Andrew CARTMELL, his heirs and assigns all of the following described tract of land lying and being in said County of Sangamon and known and designated on the plat of the original survey as being: the east half of the southwest quarter of section number seventeen, Township sixteen north of range four west, containing eighty acres together with all and singular the premises there unto belonging or in anywise appertaining. To have and to hold the land hereby conveyed unto him the said Andrew CARTMELL and his heirs and assigns forever. And said Gershom JAYNE and Sibyl his wife, do further covenant, and agree to well and truly warrant and forever defend the title to the above granted land and premises unto him the said Andrew CARTMELL, his heirs and assigns against the claim or clainms of all and every person or persons whatsoever. In testimony whereof the said Gershom JAYNE and Sibyl his wife have herewith set their hands and seals the day and year above written.

Gershom JAYNE (seal)
Sibyl JAYNE (seal)

Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of:
Clarissa H. BENJAMIN
Willaim CARPENTER

State of Illinois, Sangamon County
Personally appeared before me the subscriber one of the Justices of the Peace in and for said County. Gershom JAYNE signee to the forgoing deed, he being personally known to me who acknowledged that he did voluntarily sign, seal and deliver the foregoing ded of conveyance for the purposes therein expressed. Also personally appeared before me Sibyl JAYNE wife of said Gershom JAYNE, she being known personally to me and after being examined separate and apart from her husband acknowledged that she voluntarily signed the within deed of conveyance without the threats, coercion or persuasion of her said husband and she freely relingquishes her right of dower to the within mentioned premises and desires that the same may be admitted to record. Given under my hand and seal this 12th day of November, 1830.

William CARPENTER J. P. (seal)
Recorded December 4, 1830
Edward MITCHELL R. S. C.


Edmund Rathbone to Andrew Cartmell (1830), Sangamon County Recorder of Deeds, Book: 347, Springfield, Illinois; submitted by Earliene Kaelin ([email protected]); transcript, Sangamon County ILGenWeb (https://sangamon.illinoisgenweb.org/archive/probwilldeed.html).



Edmund RATHBONE to Andrew CARTMEL
This indenture made and entered into this 12th day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty between Edmund RATHBONE and Deborah his wife of the one part and Andrew CARTMELL of the other part, all of Sangamon County and State of Illinois. Witnesseth that the said Edmund RATHBONE and Deborah his wife for and in consideration of the sum of four hundred dollars current money of the United States to them in hand paid by said Andrew CARTMELL. The receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, have granted bargained and sold and by these presents do grant bargain and sell unto the said Andrew CARTMELL, his heirs and assigns all that tract or parcel of land situated, laying and being in the County and State aforesaid and known and designated on the plot of the original survey as being the west half of the northeast quarter of section seventeen in the township three north of range four west. Containing 80 acres together with all and singular premises there unto belong or in any wise appertaining. To have and to hold the land is hereby conveyed into him, the said Andrew CARTMELL, his heirs and assigns forever. And the said Edmund RATHBONE and Deborah his wife, do further covenant and agree to will and truly warrant and forever defend the title to the above granted land, and promise unto the said Andrew CARTMELL, his heirs and assigns against the claim or claims of all and every person or persons whatsoever. In Testimony whereof the said Edmund RATHBONE and Deborah his wife have hereunto set their hands and seals this day and year above written.

Edmund RATHBONE (seal)
Deborah (her mark) RATHBONE (seal)

Signed and delivered in the presense of:
William L. MAYS
William CARPENTER

STATE OF ILLINOIS
SANGAMON COUNTY
Personally appeared before me the subscriber one of the acting Justices of the Peace in and for said County the within named Edmund RATHBONE, personally known to me, who now ledge that he did sign, seal and deliver the within deed of conveyance for the purpose there in expressed. Also personally appeared before me Deborah RATHBONE, wife of the said Edmund RATHBONE, she being examined separate and apart from her said husband. Acknowledged the within deed of conveyance to be her voluntary act and that she executed the same without the threats, coercion or persecution of her husband and freely relinquished her right of dower to the premises within mentioned and desires that the same be admitted to record. Given under my hand and seal this 12th day of November, 1830.

William CARPENTER J.P. (seal)
Recorded: December 4, 1830
Edward MITCHELL, R.S.C.




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