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Dorchester County Court, Chattel Records, 1842-1847
Volume 774, Page 2   View pdf image
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                 And said Enrolment having certified that the said ship
    Seal      or vessel has one Deck and two Masts and that her length is
   of the     sixty three feet six inches her breadth twenty feet Eleven
Collector   inches her depth six feet two inches and that she was
    of the     sixty nine 13/95 tons that she is a schooner has a square stern
  Port of     and no figure head
  Vienna     And the said William Blades having agreed to the description
                 and measurement above specified according to the
    Seal      said act the said schooner has been duly Enrolled at
   of the     the port of Vienna         Given under my hand and
Naval Officer   seal at the port of Vienna this thirteenth day of
   of the     March in the year one thousand eight Hundred
  Port of    and forty
To have and to hold the said schooner or vessel and the appurtenances
thereunto belonging unto the said James Graham and
Robert Graham their executors administrators and assigns
       to the only proper use and behoof and as the proper goods
       and chattles of the said James Graham and Robert Graham
       their executors administrators and assigns from henceforth
       forever and I the said Edward Mezick for my self my
       Executors and administrators do hereby covenant and
       agree to and with the said James Graham and Robert Graham
       their executors administrators and assigns that at the Execution
       of these presents I am the true and lawfull owner of the
       said schooner or vessel called the Fidelity of Vienna and
       appurtenances and I have full right and authority to sell
       and dispose of the same freed form and cleared of all claims
       incumbrances or demands whatsoever Provided always
       and these presents are upon this condition Nevertheless
       that if the said Edward Messick his executors or administrators
       shall well and truly pay or cause to be paid unto the
       said James & Robert Graham their executors administrators
       or assigns the sum of three hundred and ten dollars and the legal
       interest in the same at the time limited in the said promissory
       note for the payment thereof      that then and from thence
       forth these presents and every thing herein contained shall
       cease and determine and be absolutely void otherwise to be
       and remain in full force and virtue.  And it is hereby covenanted
       and agreed by and between the parties to these presents that
       if default shall be made in the payment of the said sum of
       three hundred and ten dollars owing as aforesaid on the said


 
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Dorchester County Court, Chattel Records, 1842-1847
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