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From: "cbeachy" <>
Subject: Re: [MDALLEGA] Morgan
Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2006 18:21:14 -0500
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Thought you might like this land record - William Dando was my grandfather.
I grew in this home.
llegany County Maryland Land Records - Liber 70-Folio 445
William Dando buys land on Hill St from Richard Morgan - 29 Jul 1891
THIS DEED made this 29th day of July, 1891 by us, Richard Morgan and
Margaret Morgan, his wife of Allegany County and State of Maryland.
WITNESSETH that for and in consideration of the sum of $1200.00 lawful
money, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, we, the said Richard
Morgan and Margaret Morgan, his wife, do grant unto William Dando of County
and state aforesaid and unto his heirs and assigns forever.
All those lots, pieces or parcels of land situated in Allegany County and
State of Maryland, known and distinguished as Lot numbers 5, 6 and 7 of
Block Number 27 of Bealls First Addition to the town of Frostburg.
BEGINNING for the same at the south west corner of said block on Hill and
German Streets, and running thence with said Hill Street North 36º, East 150
feet to Lot number 4 and with it South 54º, East 160 feet to an alley and
with it 150 feet to said German Street and with it North 54º, West 151 feet
to the place of beginning so as to include all three of said lots.
IT BEING the same property heretofore conveyed by Nelson Beall and Caroline
Beall his wife to Richard MORGAN and Margaret MORGAN, his wife, by deed
dated the 3rd of July 1869 and recorded in Liber No. 29-Folio 679 one of the
land records of Allegany County Maryland.
TO HAVE AND TO HOLD unto him, the said William Dando in fee simple the said
described premises (except the minerals which are hereby reserved as
heretofore sold) forever.
TOGETHER with all improvements and appurtenances thereunto belonging. And
the said Richard MORGAN and Margaret MORGAN his wife doth hereby covenant
that they will warrant and defend (generally?) the property hereby conveyed
and that they will make such further assurances as may be requisite (saving
as above excepted.)
WITNESS our hands and seals the day and year first hereinbefore written.
Signed by Richard and Margaret Morgan - Test by H,R, Atkinson, J.P.
STATE OF MARYLAND - Allegany County to wit: I hereby certify that on this
29th day of July in the year 1891 before the subscriber, a Justice of the
Peace for the State of Maryland in and for Allegany County personally
appeared Richard Morgan and Margaret Morgan his wife and did acknowledge the
aforegoing Deed to be their respective act. H.R. Atkinson, J.P.