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12.10.1850 American Republican
BY virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of
Chester county, will be sold, at public sale, on
Tuesday, the 31st of December, 1850, at one o'clock,
P.M. , on the premises, the following REAL ESTATE,
late the property of Edward McCloskey,
deceased, situated in Tredyffrin township, Chester
county, to wit :
Lot No. 1. a FARM containing 38 Acres and
142 Perches of land, bounded by lands of
David Chrisman [sic] [also spelled Christman], Conrad Colchower and
others. Upon this tract there is a good
Dwelling House, 2 stories high, 4 rooms
on the first floor and 4 on the second;
large stone barn, Wagon-house, and Spring-house over
a never failing spring of water near the dwelling;
and other out buildings; Apple Orchard and other fruit
trees. It is well watered and fenced. The land is
of the best quality, with abundance of lime stone and
marble, and n a good state of cultivation.
Lot No. 2, is a tract of Woodland, (and to be sold at
same time and place on No. 1,) situated in Willistown
township, Chester county, containing 3 Acres and
13 Perches, bounded by lands of John Wisler, Lancaster
turnpike at the 20th mile stone, and others. This is
well set with CHESNUT TIMBER, and is about
3 miles from No. 1.
Persons desirous of viewing the property, will
please call on either of the subscribers residing near
No. 1. Conditions made known an day of sale, by
Administrators. Dec. 10 3t

See the John Griffith Patent for the deed history.

Found by Herb Fry. Digitized by Heidi Sproat 5/31/2022.

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