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Deed of Bargain and Sale Between John T. Booz and W. J. Loth

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established as the building line for this and adjacent lots; and the purchaser...further agree.....that ...he...will not erect on said lot...a building - residence or business house- of less value than $1000.00 The said John T. Booz, covenant....that..he..has...the right to convey the said land to the grantee; that he has done no act to encumber the said land; that the grantee shall have quiet possession of the said land, free from all encumbrances, and that John T. Booz party of the first part, will execute such further assurance of the said land as may be requisite. WITNESS the following signature and seal John T. Booz {Seal.} County of Augusta, to-wit: I, F E Keyes , a Notary Public for the County aforesaid, in the State of Virginia, do certify that John T Booz whose name is signed to the writing hereto annexed, bearing date on the 14 day of February 1891, has acknowledged the same before me, in my County aforesaid. Given under my hand this 19 Day of February, A.D., 1891

F. E. Keyes N.P.

Virginia: - In the Clerk's Office of Augusta County Court, March 3rd 1891 The foregoing Deed from John T Booz to W. J. Loth was this day presented in the office aforesaid, and with the Certificate annexed, is admitted to record, the State [illegible], Being paid here in Teste: William A. Bummell clerk.