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11.07.1854 Village Record
Chester Valley Farm at Public
Sale. - The subscriber will sell at public sale
on THURSDAY, the 16th of November next, at one
o'clock, P.M., on the premises, the farm on which he
now resides, situate in Tredyffrin township, Chester
county, consisting at ONE HUNDRED and FOURTEEN
ACRES, more or less, of arable limestone
land in a high state of cultivation, bounded by lands
of David Havard, Jos. B. Walker and others. The
improvements are a large two story STONE
HOUSE with a well of excellent water at the
door ; stone barn, 75 by 45 feet, with straw
house, wagon house, corn crib, and other necessary
outbuildings. There is also a carriage house, spring
house, over a never failing spring of water, convenient
to the dwelling. The property is divided into
convenient fields, well watered, there being water in
every field. There is on the premises, a Limestone
Quarry and Lime Kiln ; the limestone is of the best
quality and inexhaustible. This property is handsomely
situate in sight of the Chester Valley Railroad,
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 an abundance of Iron ore. Any
person wishing to view the property will please call
upon the subscriber at Valley Forge. Terms accommodating. E. POTTS. [Oct. 31]

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

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

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