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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March 1697/8-July 1699
Volume 22, Page 150   View pdf image (33K)
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150 Assembly Proceedings, Mar. 10, 1697/8-Apr. 4, 1698.

Lib. L. L. 2

above the Rideing over of the said Branch to the head of a
Branch of a Creek issueing out of the Bay Called Churne
Creek be allways taken reputed and be in Shrewsbury parish
and that all the Land on the South Side of the sd Churn
Creek and Branch & division line down the Bay to the Extent
of Cecill County be Added to St Paul's Parish in Kent County
on the North side of Chester River and allways to be reputed
taken and be in St Paul's Parish any Law Custom or usage to
the Contrary notwithstanding. And be it further Enacted by
the Authority aforesaid by and with the advice and Consent
aforesaid That Mr Michael Miller of Kent County Gentn and
Capt Edward Blay of Cecill County be present with Symon
Willmor Surveyor of the said County att the runing and
makeing of the Division line and that they returne the Survey
and a fair Demonstration of the Division line which is to be
lined out by a line of marked Trees as well under the hands
& Seales of the said Mr Michael Miller and Capt Edward Blay
as the said Symon Willmore unto his Excellency the Governor
by the Tenth day of June aforesaid and whereas the division
of the said Parishes are thought very Convenient to both the
said parishes therefore the Charges and Expences of the
Division of the said parishes is to be Equally paid by the said
parishes of St Pauls & Shrewsbury.

p. 164

An Act for Enabling Elizabeth Norman Executrix of George
Norman to make over Two Tracts of Land to John Gadsby
and his heirs for ever.

Whereas George Norman late of Baltemore County planter
did in the year of our Lord 1690 Bargain and sell unto John
Gadsby of Ann Arundell County planter Two Tracts of Land
lying and being in Ann Arundell County on the north side of
Seavern River the one Called Hopkins Fancy Conteining one
hundred Acres and the other Called Normans Fancy Con-
teining Twenty five Acres Contiguous and adjoyning one to
the other and had received the full Consideration for the said
Lands being thirteen Thousand Eight hundred pounds of
Tobbacco and is Sufficiently made Appear to this Generall
Assembly But forasmuch as it hath pleased Allmighty God
that the said George Norman is deceased and no Convey-
ances or Assurances thereof made to the said John Gadsby by
the said George Norman as the Law directs yett by the will of
the said George his honest Intent appearing That the said
Two Tracts of Land should be and inure to the sole use and
behoofe of the said John Gadsby his heires & Assignes for
ever altho such sufficient power as the Law requires doth not
seem to be given Elizabeth the widdow and Executrix of the

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