Deed between BENJAMIN COE & SARAH TURNER 
and GEORGE M. BACON.

These family deeds were generously contributed by our frequent volunteer, Jan Turner, who is researching the following names:  ASKEW, BATCHELOR, BROWN, SMITH, and TURNER.  Jan would love to hear from anyone researching these names. She may be contacted at: jaturner@harborside.com  


Page 109 - with 776/26 written in the left hand margin.

This indenture made the fourth day of March one thousand eight hundred and fifty between BENJAMIN COE TURNER and SARAH, his wife of the town of Scriba and state of New York of the first part and GEORGE M. BACON of the town and county aforesaid of the second part ~ Witnesseth that the said party of the first part for and in consideration of two hundred and sisty dollars do grant bargain sell and confirm unto the said party of the second part and to his heirs and assigns forever ALL of that certain piece or parcel of land situated in the town of Scriba aforesaid being a part of lot No. (102) one hundred and two in township No. Eighteen of Scriba patent and bounded as follows to wit commencing on the north east corner of said lot and running south forty-one rods on the east line of said lot ~ and on the south by the south line of the said lot and ~ and in consideration of two hundred and sixty dollars do grant bargain sell & confirm unto the said party of the second part and to his heirs and assigns forever, All of that certain piece or parcel of land situated in the town of Scriba aforesaid being a part of Lot No (102) ONE HUNDRED AND TWO IN TOWNSHIP No. Eighteen of Scriba patent ~ and bounded as follows    Net ? Commencing on the north east corner of said lot and running with forty one rods on the east line of said lot and on the south by the south line of the said lot and on the west by the west line of the said lot running north so many ________ as may be to make twenty acres and thence on a straight line to the place of beginning.  The above mentioned land is the land of the south end of lot No. One hundred and two. Together with all and singular the hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining.  To have and to hold the said premises above described to the said party of the second part his heirs and assigns forever and the said party of the first part for his heirs do covenant grant promise and agree to and with the said party of the second his heirs and assigns the above bargained premises against or and every person or persons whatsoever lawfully and equitably claiming or to claim the whole or any part thereof forever to Warrant and Defend, In witness whereof the said party of the first part has hereunto set his hand and sseal the day and year first above written Sealed and delivered in presence of

        B.C. TURNER                L.S.
        SARAH M. TURNER    L.S.

Oswego County} On this fourth day of March 1850 before me personally appeared BENJAMIN COE TURNER and SARAH M. his wife to me known to be the same persons described in and who executed the above deed and acknowledges the execution of the same and the said SARAH M. having been by me personally examined separate and apart from her husband acknowledged that she executed the same freely and without any fear or compulsion of her said husband.

        JACOB WHITENAUH
             Justice of the Peace

Recorded March 14th       180 val et iles.(sic)
        P. REATTETIUSE        Clk


Deed Between Thomas ASKEW/Anna F. ASKEW and daughter Margaret S. ASKEW

Deed Book P. 17, with number 21 written in the left margin.

 This Indenture made this  (blank)  day of  (blank) in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Sixty-three between Thomas Askew & Anna F. his wife of the Town of Scriba, County of Oswego of the first part and Margaret Sarah Askew, wife of Joel A. Turner of the same place of the second part.  Witnesseth that the said parties of the first part in consideration of Love and affection which they bear towards their daughter have given and by these presents do grant and convey to the said party of the second part, her heirs and assigns all that tract or parcel of land situate in the Town of Scriba aforesaid and described as follows being one half acre of land to be laid off from the south side of the Northwest half of Lot (77) seventy-seven in the eighteenth Township of Scriba’s Patent.  Said half acre of   (blank)  intended to be conveyed is the same as on which dwelling house is now erected together with as much more surrounding the same as will make the aforesaid half acre with the appurtenances and all the estate title and interest therin of the said parties of the first part and the said parties of that part do hereby covenant and agree to and with the said party of the second part her heirs and assigns that the premises thus conveyed in the first and present possession of the said party of the second part her heirs and assigns and will forever warrant and defend against any person whomsoever lawfully claiming the same or any part thereof.  In Witness Whereof the parties of the first part have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written.

         Thomas Askew - LS
         Anna F. Askew - LS

State of New York Oswego County} ss

On this (26) twenty sixth day of October in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty three before me the subscribed personally appeared Thomas Askew and Anna F. Askew his wife to me known to be the same persons described in & who executed the within instrument who severally acknowledged that they expected the same and the said Anna F. Askew on a private examination by me apart from her said husband acknowledged that she expected the same freely and without any fear or compulsion of her said husband.

      V. H. Burch - Justice of the Peace                    

Recorded April 8th 1873 at 9 AM

      J. J. Stevens, Clerk


Deed - Marshall B. Turner & George W. Bacon et al

Serial No, G 1195.  Pages  554 & 555.
 

George W. Bacon et al. To Marshall B. Turner, Serial No, G 1195 

This Indenture, Made the first day of March in the year One thousand nine hundred and twelve, 
Between George W. Bacon, Mary E. Bacon his wife, and Floyd M. Bacon, all of the town of Scriba, Oswego County, and State of New York, parties of the first part and Marshall B. Turner of the same place, party of the second part Whereas, the said George W. Bacon and Floyd M Bacon are justly indebted to the said party of the second part in the sum of Seven Hundred dollars ($700.00) lawful money of the United States, being part of the purchase price of the premises hereinafter described, which said premises, were purchased on March 1, 1912, by said George W. Bacon and Floyd H. Bacon from Marshall B. Turner and which said sum of Seven Hundred dollars ($700.00) is conditioned to be paid as hereinafter provided.   It is thereby expressly agreed, That the whole of the said principal sum shall become due after default in the payment of any installment or principal interest, taxes or assessments as hereinafter provided, Now This Indenture Witnesseth, That the said parties of the first part for the better securing the payment of the said sum of money with interest thereon, and also for and in consideration of one dollar paid by the said party of the second part the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, do hereby grant and release unto the said party of the second part and to his heirs (or successors) and assigns forever.  All that Tract or parcel of Land, situate in the town of Scriba, County of Oswego and State of New York, bounded and described as follows:  Distinguished as the south half of lot Number Sixteen (16) of Hamiltons Gore, in Township No. Seventeen (17) of Scriba Patent, said south half of said lot containing eighty acres of land be the same more or less.  Excepting as follows:  
First. - twenty six (26) acres heretofore conveyed to Benjamin B. Smith and described as follows:  Bounded by a line beginning on the west side of said lot three (3) chains and seventy five (75) links from the southwest corner of said lot; thence south 25o 30’ west along said West line three (3) chains seventy five (75) links to the southwest corner of said lot, thence east 66o south along the south line of said lot, thirty seven (37) chains, eight (8) links, to the southeast corner thereof, thence north 23o 30’ East along the east line of said lot, twelve (12) chains, eight-nine (89) links to the East end of Board fence along the north line of house lot, thence west 75o 30’ North along said board fence four (4) chains ninety two (92) links, to center of highway which crosses said Lot; thence south west along the center of said highway two (2) chains eighty three (83) links to a point in said highway, thence west 76o North along a line of stakes and marked trees thirty three (33) chains and forty six (46) links, to the place of beginning, containing twenty six (26) acres of land,  
Second - one-half acre from the North east corner of said half lot described in a deed given by the said Oliver Smith and wife to Marietta Howe, dated about the eighth day of April one thousand eight hundred and sixty three.  The premises and property hereby conveyed are the same premises and property heretofore conveyed to James Church and Benjamin C. Turner by Oliver Smith and wife by deed dated April 15th, 1867 same being recorded in the Oswego County Clerk’s office in Book 115 of Deeds at page 220, the interest taken thereunder by same James Church being thereafter conveyed to said Benjamin C Turner by James Church and wife, by deed dated March 9th, 1879, and recorded in Oswego County Clerk’s office in Book 143 of Deeds at page 34,  The premises and property hereby conveyed also being the same premises and property passed to Marshall B. Turner by the last will and testament of said Benjamin C. Turner which said will was admitted to probate in the Surrogates Court of Oswego County on January 27th, 1896 said will being recorded in in Oswego County Clerk’s office in Book 227 of deeds at page 226.  It is hereby expressly agreed and understood that the amount of the indebtedness herinbefore recited, seven hundred dollars ($700.00) and to secure which this mortgage is executed, shall be paid by George W. Bacon and Floyd M. Bacon or either of them, to the party of the second part as follows:  with interest on all sums unpaid at the rate of 5% per annum, The parties of the first part are to pay the interest due from the date herof until December 1st, 1912, on said latter date.  One hundred dollars shall be due and payable on the principal sum of said indebtedness on December 1st, 1913, and like amounts on each December 1st, thereafter, until the whole of said sum shall have been paid,  All secured interest shall be paid on dates conditioned for the payment of principal installments.  The parties of the first part reserve the right and are accorded the right to pay any amount in excess of said One hundred dollars ($100.00) on any due date.  Together with the appurtenances and all the estate and rights of the parties of the first part in an to said premises.  To Have and to Hold the above granted premises unto the said party of the second part his heirs and assigns forever.  Provided Always, That if the said parties of the first part, their heirs, executors or administrators, shall pay unto the said party of the second part his executors, administrators or assigns, the said some of money mentioned in the condition of the said bond or obligation, and the interest thereon , at the time and in the manner mentioned in the said condition, that then these presents and the estate hereby granted shall decease determine and void.  And the said parties of the first part will pay the indebtedness as herinbefore provided, and if default be made in the payment of any part thereof, the party of the second part as follows: 
First.  - That the parties of the first part will pay the indebtedness as herinbefore provided, and if default be made in the payment of any part thereof, the party of the second part shall have power to sell the premises herein described according to law.  
Second. - That the parties of the first part will keep the buildings on the said premises insured against loss by fire for the benefit of the mortgagee.  Their. - And it is hereby expressly agreed that the whole of the said pricipal sum shall become due at the option of the said party of the second part after default in the payment of any installment of principal, or of interest for ninety days, or after default in the payment of a tax or assessment for ninety days after notice and demand.  In Witness Whereof the said parties of the first part have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written.

In  presence of  

       George W. Bacon,  L.B.
     Floyd M. Bacon,  L.B.
   Mary E. Bacon, L.B.


State of New York, County of Oswego, Town of Scriba,  SS:  On this 27th day of March in the year One thousand nine hundred and twelve, before me, the subscriber, personally appeared George W. Bacon, Mary E. Bacon and Floyd M. Bacon, to me personally known to be the same persons described.
 

NOTE:  Written across top - “Discharged of Record”


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