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FARM AT PUBLIC SALE, David Reese, deceased, 80 acres

11.25.1851 American Republican
WILL be sold at public sale on the premises
on Tuesday, December 30th, 1851, the
Farm of the late David Reese, deceased, situated
in Tredyffrin township, Chester county, lying on
the State road, leading from West Chester to
Norristown, 17 miles from Philadelphia, 1 mile
from the Columbia railroad and the Lancaster
turnpike, and the Valley railroad running through
the place, adjoining lands of Joshua Jones, Mary
Reese, Ann Stearn and others, containing about
80 acres, in a high state of cultivation, 16 of
which are in good timber land, and divided into
fields of convenient size, and well fenced, and has
lately been well limed all over. There is also a
limestone quarry and kiln on the property. The
improvements consist of a two and a
half story stone dwelling House, 25 by
35 with piazza in front, a never failing
well of water at the door with a pump
therein, with a milk house attached;
also, a stream of soft water running near the door,
large stone Barn, 35 by 45 with an overshoot in
front, large stone wagon house, with hog house
attached, corncrib and all other convenient out
buildings. There is an Apple Orchard of about
80 trees together with a number of cherry, pear,
prune and plum trees of choice kinds in good
bearing. This farm is located in the Great Valley,
between Howelville [Howellville] and Centreville, convenient
gto schools, mills and places of worship of
different denominations, and well worthy the attion [sic][ attention]
of all those wishing to purchase. Persons
wishing to view the same, will call on the subscribers.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P.M.
Conditions easy to suit purchasers, and will be
made known by MARY REESE,
Administrators. Nov 25 ts pd

See the Rowland Richards Purchase for the deed history.

Found by Herb Fry. Digitized by Heidi Sproat 6/2/2022.

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