3 edition of Conveyance of a certain tract of land to Winthrop, Mass. found in the catalog.
Conveyance of a certain tract of land to Winthrop, Mass.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Military Affairs
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The Brooks Estates in Medford from to By Richard B. Coolidge. [Read before the Medford Historical Society, Ma Acknowledgment is due Mrs. Shepherd Brooks, who generously made available her husband's manuscript referred to in the text, and to Mrs. Coolidge who compiled the material.] IT is one of the functions of a historical society to record history as it transpires.
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Certain tract of land contracted for in Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That a certain contract expressed in an indenture executed on the twenty-seventh day of October, in the year one thousand seven hundred and eighty-seven, between the then board of treasury for the United States of.
Certain tract of land contracted for in Act of May 5,ch. Act of March 2,ch. Be it enacted, &c., That a certain contract expressed in an indenture executed on the twenty-seventh day of October, in the year one thousand seven hundred and eighty-seven, between the then board of treasury for the United States of America, of the one part, and Manasseh Cutler, and.
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40R Banks Street Mass. book of two lots (C-1 and C-2) as shown on a plan endorsed Approval Not Required by the Winthrop Planning Board (the planning board) on Septem A copy of that plan is attached as Exhibit A.
The lots are both vacant land. Lot C-1 meets the minimum square footage requirement for two-family homes. The Secretary of the Commonwealth would like to welcome you to the Massachusetts Land Records website. This site provides you with quick access to land records across the State.
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Section 6: Conveyance to United States of Conveyance of a certain tract of land to Winthrop lands owned by commonwealth for lighthouses Section 6.
The department, with the approval of the governor and council, may, upon the application of an agent of the United States, in the name and behalf of the commonwealth, convey to the United States the title of the commonwealth to any tract of land covered by navigable waters and necessary for.
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affecting registered land. The goal of the Guidelines was to offer a consistent, reliable set of requirements across the Commonwealth's registered land districts, to the extent possible.
This second compilation reflects a revision of the Guidelines, and is informed by our shared experiences working with the Guidelines during the past. 12 feet to the point of beginning. Reference is ma de to a plat of said tract recorded in Plat 13 Book 2, pageClerk´s Office, Putnam Superior Court, and may be more particularly 14 described on a plat of survey prepared by a Georgia registered land surveyor and 15 presented to the State Properties Commission for approval.
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Covenants are either personal, restricting only the party who signs the agreement, or they "run with the land," passing the burden along to subsequent property owners.
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Deed dated J and recorded July in Book at Page ; and those tracts of land recorded in Book at Pageand Book at Pageall recorded in the Chatham County Registry. This conveyance is made subject to and the party of the second part does agree to pay certain indebtedness evidenced by a Note dated August On Jthe Indians affixed their marks to the formal deed, which included three specific tracts.
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A survey should not be undertaken without a thorough study of the description of the specific parcel in question. Tax titles. FORECLOSURE AUCTION. 6BR 3BA 3,sf+- multi-family. Built Approxac lot. Taxes approx $ ('08). Ina wealthy Salem, Mass., merchant, Col. Samuel Browne, began amassing so much land in what was then Lyme that the area soon was reorganized as New Salem Parish.
Queenie, owner of a lot tract of land, conveys each lot with a restrictive covenant requiring the owner to use the land for residential purposes. One of her grantees, Prince, later sells his lot to Duke, who wants to build a gas station.
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Acquisition Information. Most of the papers in this collection came from members of the Winthrop family over a period of a century and a half.
InFrancis Bayard Winthrop, at the urging of his brother Thomas Lindall Winthrop, gave to the Massachusetts Historical Society the first two volumes of the journal of Gov.
John Winthrop. 14 LC 40 S - 3 - 65 tracts or parcels for management and harvesting until such time as the actual conversion 66 of the land use; and 67 (7) It would be in the best interest of th e State of Georgia to convey the above-described 68 property to the Fall Line Regional Development Authority for fair market value; and 69 WHEREAS: 70 (1) The State of Georgia is the owner of a certain parcel of.
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You can get a brief description of what each field means by hovering your mouse over it. Chapter AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE CONVEYANCE OF CERTAIN PROPERTY IN THE CITY OF BOSTON.
(House, No. H) Approved by the Governor, Novem ; Chapter AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE TOWN OF TEWKSBURY TO CONVEY CERTAIN LAND. (House, No. H) Approved by the Governor, Novem. A complete history of Connecticut, civil and ecclesiastical from the emigration of its first planters from England, in MDCXXX, to MDCCXIII by Benjamin Trumbull (Book); A funeral discourse occasioned by the much lamented death of the Honourable Gurdon Saltonstall, Esq ; governour of Connecticut, &c.
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A/ 25 Aug.James D. Duncan alias Dunken and Sarah his wife of Knox Co. IN to James Baird of same, for $ paid, sell parcel of land on the north side of the River Wabash containing acres which is part of that well known tract containing acres which was granted by the US to one Joseph Hamlin Jr.
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