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Bland's Reports, Chancery Court 1809-1832
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168 WINDER v. DIFFENDERFFER.

real estate of what nature or kind soever, and wherever lying, being
and situate; and also the remainder of my said dwelling plantation,
to hold the same, unto my said trustees and to the heirs of the sur-
vivor of them, in special trust to and for the uses, intents and
purposes following; and to and for no other use, intent or pur-
pose whatever; to wit: to have and to hold the remainder and
entire estate of said dwelling plantation, after the death of my said
wife, unto the sole and separate use of my daughter Sarah Bailey,
for and during her natural life, without the interference of her pre-
sent, or any future husband; it being my intention, that the rents
and profits of the same be paid to her alone, for which her separate
receipt is to be given, either to the tenants who may occupy the
same, or to my said trustees; and, immediately after the death of
my said daughter, then in trust to and for all and every the child
or children of my said daughter, and the heirs and assigns of such
children as tenants in common and not as joint tenants.

* It is my will and desire, that the real estate, which I hold in
the city of Baltimore, and fronting on Baltimore and Calvert streets
shall be divided as follows, viz: That forty feet shall be laid off
fronting on Calvert street, and contained within the following
boundaries: beginning at the corner of the alley which termi-
nates in Calvert street, and runs west to St. Paul's Lane, and
thence running and bounding on Calvert street south forty feet;
thence in a straight line west, parallel with Baltimore street to the
extreme extent of my line; thence north, parallel with Calvert
street until it intersects the said alley; thence, binding on said
alley, east to the beginning; which said piece or parcel of ground,
so as above described, my said trustees are to hold to and for the
sole and separate use and behoof of my said daughter Sarah Bailey
for and during her natural life, she to receive the profits thereof; and
to give receipts for the same either to the tenants or my said trus-
tees, as above specified; and from and immediately after her decease,
then said premises to be divided equally amongst all and every
child or children, and the heirs and assigns of such child and chil-
dren as tenants in common, and not as joint tenants. The residue
of said property, fronting on Baltimore ^nd Calvert streets, it is
my will and desire shall be divided as follows, to wit: the same is
to be divided in three equal parts, as to value, by my said trustees,
or the survivor or survivors of them; and to be by them held to
and for the sole and Separate use and behoof of my three youngest
daughters, Ann Martin, Mary Lee, and Catharine Rogers, for and

 

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