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This Indenture made and entered into this 13th day of September 1830 between Portland Ward and Mayard. B. his wife of the [illegible] of Campbell of the first part John Alexander of the second part and Sinson Anshire and William W Anshire of the wind pact, Wingoth that whereas the [illegible] Rouland Ward stands justly indolled to the [illegible] Sinson Anshire in the following sums of money - thirteen hundred and twenty one dollars and seventeen cents with legal [illegible] [illegible] from the 25th day of January 1830, and form dollars [miney?] two cents [illegible], dries by a the segment of comfy land of Campbell on which an auction has forced [illegible] to a [illegible] of one hundred and fifty eight dollars and forty four cents paid the hundred and eighty eight dollars fifty four cents [illegible] by bond on demand forming [illegible] with this in debted to the said William Anshire in the [illegible] of one hundred and fifty dollars due by bond on demand forming [illegible] with this indenture, and the said Portland Ward fairy willing and decisons to [illegible] the payment of the ar due forms of money with the [illegible] [illegible]have on may have after [illegible] [illegible] to the said Sinson Anshire and Williams Anshiretheir [hair?] on apogise, this indenture therefore further [illegible]
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This Indenture made and entered into this 13th day of September 1830 between Rowland Ward and Margaret B. his wife of the County of Campbell of the first part John Alexander of the second part and Simson Austin and William W Austin of the third part, Witnesseth that whereas the said Rowland Ward stands justly indebted to the said Simson Austin in the following sums of money - Thirteen hundred and twenty one dollars and seventeen cents with legal interest therein from the 25th day of January 1830, and four dollars ninety two cents Costs, due by a Judgment of that County Court of Campbell, on which an execution has assessed entitled to a credit of one hundred and fifty eight dollars and forty four cents paid the 23d of June 1830. Also in the further sum of three hundred and eighty eight dollars fifty four cents due by bond on demand leaving date with These presents, and in the further sum of Thirty five dollars by bond leaving date with this Indenture and payable on the 25th of December 1830. and the said Rowland Ward stands justly indebted to the said William W Austin in the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars due by bond on demand leaving date with this Indenture, and the said Rowland Ward being willing and desirous to secure the interest which hath or may hereafter secure accrue thereon to the said Simson Austin and William W Austin their heirs or assigns, this Indenture therefore further Witnesseth that the said Rowland Ward and Margaret B his wife for and in consideration of the promises and for and in consideration of the sum of one dollar to these in hand paid by the said John Alexander the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, They the said Rowland Ward and Margaret B his hath granted bargained and sold and by these presents doth give grant bargain and sell unto the said John Alexander his heirs and assigns forever the

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This Indenture made and entered into this 13th day of September 1830 between Rowland Ward and Margaret B. his wife of the County of Campbell of the first part John Alexander of the second part and Simson Austin and William W Austin of the third part, Witnesseth that whereas the said Rowland Ward stands justly indebted to the said Simson Austin in the following sums of money - Thirteen hundred and twenty one dollars and seventeen cents with legal interest therein from the 25th day of January 1830, and four dollars ninety two cents Costs, due by a Judgment of that County Court of Campbell, on which an execution has assessed entitled to a credit of one hundred and fifty eight dollars and forty four cents paid the 23d of June 1830. Also in the further sum of three hundred and eighty eight dollars fifty four cents due by bond on demand leaving date with These presents, and in the further sum of Thirty five dollars by bond leaving date with this Indenture and payable on the 25th of December 1830. and the said Rowland Ward stands justly indebted to the said William W Austin in the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars due by bond on demand leaving date with this Indenture, and the said Rowland Ward being willing and desirous to secure the interest which hath or may hereafter secure accrue thereon to the said Simson Austin and William W Austin their heirs or assigns, this Indenture therefore further Witnesseth that the said Rowland Ward and Margaret B his wife for and in consideration of the promises and for and in consideration of the sum of one dollar to these in hand paid by the said John Alexander the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, They the said Rowland Ward and Margaret B his hath granted bargained and sold and by these presents doth give grant bargain and sell unto the said John Alexander his heirs and assigns forever the