|Ishmael York to Jacob Aaron(a black.) Registered at 10 o'clock in the forenoon on the 7th day of April 1797 a.m. Oath of Stephen Blucke|
Birchtown 28th November/1791
Know all men by these presents that the subscriber Ishmael York and his wife, Elizabeth do hereby sell ad forever quit, claim into a certain piece or parcel of lads, known and distinguished by logs No. 96 ad 97 unto Jacob Aaron's, his heirs and yours forever. For a certain sum of money, the receipt where of is hereby acknowledged and will appear by the _ receipt and the whole of our lawful, right by these presents as forever quit claim not withstand any thing by these presents may be repugnant to law or equity.
Received for the within mentioned town lots, ten shillings, current money of
Halifax. For which sum, I forever quit claim to every right hereunto,
witness my hand.
In presence of Ishmael York
|William O'Neal to Jacob Aaron. Registered at Ten o'clock in the forenoon on the 7th day of April 1797 o the oath of Rob Gray.|
Know all men by these presents that William O'Neal of the
County of Shelburne, in the Province of Nova Scotia, do hereby bargain and sell to
Jacob Aaron of Birchtown, all my right title and claim to three town lots situated
and being in Birchtown and known and distinguished by lots No. 12, 13 and 14 in
block letter H.
Witness my hand and seal.
In presence of William O'Neal LS
Received of Jacob Aaron. One Dollar, being the consideration for the above mentioned three lots. Birchtown 25th November/1791.
Witness William O'Neal