Talmadge Parsons to Eugene Richards
RE: School Building for District #17
July 13, 1905
This deed was transcribed from the Johnstown County
Courthouse book of deeds by one of our
long-time dedicated volunteers, Jeanne Galway. It is the deed for the school house of District #17.
State of New York
Fulton County, S. S.
Recorded July 13, 1905. @ 8 O'clock A.M. Book No. 114 of Deeds, at page 267 and examined.
Chauncey Heagle, Clerk.
made 25th day of November in the year On Thousand Nine Hundred and One; Between, Talmadge L. Parsons and Juliette M. Parsons his wife, of the Town of Johnstown, County of Futon, State of New York; of the first part and Eugene Richards as Trustee of School District No. 17 of the Town of Johnstown, Fulton County, New York, of the second part Witness that said parties of the first part in a consideration of the sum of One Dollar lawful money of the United States, ($1.00) paid by the parry of the second part his successors and assigns forever, Al that Tract or Parcel of Land, situated in the Town of Johnstown, County of Fulton and State of New York and bounded and described as follows: --
Beginning in the center of the highway at the intersection of the road leading from West Bush to Bleecker; thence south 51 (degrees) 30' East, 1 chain and 75 links; thence 38 (degrees) East 3 chains; thence North 51 (degrees) 30' West 1 chain and 75 links to the center of the aforesaid highway leading to Bleecker; thence along the same 38 (degrees) West, 3 chains to the center of the highway and place of beginning containing 52/100 acres of land be the same more or less.
It is understood and agreed and as a part of the consideration herein that said premises are conveyed for the purpose of building and maintaining a School-house thereon, and in case said premises should be used for other than school purpose the title of said premises would then revert to the party of the first part his heirs and assigns. Together with the appurtenances and all the estate and rights of the said party of the first part in and to said premises. To Have and To Hold, the above granted premises unto the said party of the second part his successors and assigns forever. And the said Talmadge Parsons does covenant with the said party of the second part as follows:-
That the party of the second part shall quietly enjoy said premises. That the said Talmadge L. Parsons will forever Warrant the title to said premises.
In Witness Whereof, the said parties of the first part having hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written. In Presence of Henry C. Mc Lean
Talmadge L. Parsons ( L. S. )State of New York
Juliette M. Parsons ( L. S. )
County of Fulton SS:
On this 30th day of November in the year One Thousand nine hundred and one before me, subscriber personally appeared, Talmadge L. Parsons and Juliette M. Parsons his wife, to me personally known to be the same persons in and who executed the foregoing instrument and they severally acknowledged to me the same.
Henry C. Mc Lean, Notary Public.
Recorded July 13th 1905, at 2:25 o'clock P.M.
Cleannscy J. Heagle*, Clerk.
*Spelling of Mr. Heagle's first name is difficult to read, since it isn't typed on document just his signature appears.
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