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114 acres

11.29.1853 American Republican
The subscriber offers at private
sale, the farm on which he now resides, situate
in Tredyffrin township, Chester county,
consisting of 114 ACRES, more or less, of
arable limestone land, in a high state of cultivation,
bounded by lands of David Havard,
Joseph B. Walker and others. The improvements are
a large two story Stone Dwelling,
with a well of excellent water at
the door, Stone Barn, 75 by 45 ft.,
with Straw House, Wagon House, Corn Crib
and other buildings. There is also a Carriage
House, and Spring House over a never failing
spring of water, convenient to the dwelling. -
This property is divided into convenient fields,
well watered - there being water in every field.
There is on the property a Limestone Quarry,
and Limekiln; limestone of the best quality and
inexhaustible. This property is handsomely
situated, within sight of the Chester Valley
Railroad, and within two miles of the Reading
Railroad and Schuylkill Navigation at Valley Forge,
and about the same distance from the
Columbia Railroad, and is supposed to contain
abundance of iron ore. Any person wishing
to view the property, will please call upon the
subscriber. Terms accommodating.
E. POTTS. Nov. 8. 1853 - 3t.

See the Griffith John Patent for the deed history of the William Potts farm.

Found by Herb Fry. Digitized by Heidi Sproat 6/5/2022.

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