McAninch Land Records in Early Armstrong County, Pennsylvania

 

 

 

Ref.

I.

Charles Campbell Articles with John McAninch; 1795, 1808, and 1812, recorded 1826

 

II.

William McIninch to Mordekiah McDonald; 1796, 1806, recorded 1808

 

III.

Nathaniel George to Rachel Jones and John McIninch; 1797, 1807, recorded 1808

 

IV.

Henry McAninch to Abraham Parkison, 1807

 

V.

John McAninch and wife to Asa Freeman, 1834, Deed

 

VI.

Asa Freeman to John McAninch Sr., 1834, Mortgage

These six documents in previous issue, McAninch F.H.NL, Vol. IV, No. 3, August 1996, pgs. 5-8.

 

VII. John Brown to Margaret McAninch, Administratrix of William McAninch dec’d, 1837

 

This indenture ... twenty-fifth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty seven Between John Brown of Franklin Township in the County of Armstrong and State of Pennsylvania, farmer, of the one part, and Margaret McAninch Senior Administratrix of William McAninch of the County and State aforesaid ... Whereas by indenture ... twenty-seventh of December A.D. 1830 between Thorson [name ?] Campbell and Elisabeth his wife and John Brown Esquire of the Township of Sugar Creek, County and State aforesaid Witnesseth ... Campbell ... did convey unto ... John Brown ... land situate in Buffalo Township (now Franklin) [sic] Beginning at a post thence by land of G.P. Loeben known as depreciation lot No. 305 [303 ?], North eighty-seven degrees East one hundred and eighty-four perches thence by land of the same G.P. Loeben ... depreciation lot No. 302, South three degrees East one hundred and fifteen perches to a post near a white oak thence by land of ... Campbell being the residue of the tract [unreadable] South eighty-seven degrees West one hundred and eighty-four perches to a post thence by depreciation lot No. 291 [271 ?] North three degrees West one hundred and fifteen perches to the beginning Containing one hundred and twenty four and three- fourths acres and allowances of six percent +c [etc]. Being the one-half part of a tract of land which the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania by patent dated 22nd day of January A.D. 1792 granted and confirmed to Andrew Porter and the said Andrew Porter and Elisabeth his wife by deed dated 18th day of March A.D. 1812 conveyed the said tract of land unto George B. Porter Esq. Who together with Sarah his wife by deed dated the 14th day of February A.D. 1828 conveyed the same tract unto George Berts farmer ... and Jacob Mechling Esquire formerly High Sheriff of the County of Armstrong aforesaid by deed ... the 26th of September A.D. 1829 conveyed the said tract of land unto the said Thorson [?] Campbell ... the estate of the said George Berts .... indenture recorded in the office for recording of deeds in and for the County of Armstrong in book Vol. 7 pages 440-1 on the 22nd day of March A.D. 1832 ... Witnesseth ... John Brown ... has granted bargained sold aliened enfieffed released and confirmed unto the said Margaret McAninch Administratrix of William McAninch and his heirs and assigns ... land Beginning near a white oak a post thence North three degrees West one hundred and fifteen perches to post thence South eighty-seven degrees West one fourth of a perch to a post thence South three degrees East one hundred and fifteen perches to a post thence North eighty-seven degrees East twenty-nine perches and one-fourth of a perch to the place of beginning containing twenty-one acres and thirteen perches, strict measure, ... part of the foregoing recited tract of land Together with all house buildings, barns, stables, ways, woods, waters, water courses, rights, liberties, privileges, hereditaments and appurtenances ... In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year first above written

Sealed and delivered in presence of

John Brown  {seal}

 

Samuel McKee, Joseph Bowser Jr.

 

Rec’d consideration mentioned in the deed

 

 

John Brown

Test Samuel McKee, Joseph Bowser Jr.

Recorded [on or after Sept. 25th, 1837], Armstrong County, Deed Books, Volume 10, page 489

 

McAninch Family History Newsletter   Vol. IV, No. 4, December 1996, pg. 5    page 1996-33

 

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