Coleman, etc.: Deed, Richmond City

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This Deed, made this [14th] day of [August], in the year one thousand eight hundred and [fifty six] between [ineligible] of the [City of Richmond], of the one part, and [ineligible], of the [City of Richmond], of the other part, witnesseth: That the said [ineligible] do[ineligible] grant unto the said [ineligible] the following property, to wit:

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In Trust, to [ Joseph [ineligible]] of the [City of Richmond] the payment of the sum of

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In the event that default shall be made in the payment of either of the above mentioned as they become become due and payable, then the said [ineligible] [ineligible] shall sell the property hereby conveyed. And it is covenanted and agreed between the parties aforesaid that in case of a sale, the same shall be made after first advertising the time, place, and terms thereof, for [five] days, in some newspaper published in the City of Richmond,and upon the following terms, to wit: For cash as to so much of the proceeds as may be necessary to defray the expenses of executing this trust, the fees for drawing and recording this deed, if then unpaid, and to discharge the amount of money [blank] then payable upon the said [blank], and if, at the time of such sale, any [blank] shall not have become due and payable, and the purchase money be sufficient, such part or parts of the said purchase money as will be sufficient to pay off and discharge such remaining [blank], shall be made payable at such time or times as the said remaining [blank], shall be made payable if there be any residue of said purchase money, the same shall be made payable at such time, and be secured in such manner as the said [blank], executors, administrators, or assigns, shall prescribe and direct, or in case of [blank] failure to give such direction, at such time and in such manner as the said [blank] shall think fit. The said [ineligible] covenants to pay all taxes, assessments, dues and charges upon the said property hereby conveyed, so long as [his?] or [his?] heirs or assigns Witness the following signatue[s] and seal[s]

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State of Virginia, [blank] OF [blank] TO WIT: I [blank] for the [blank] aforesaid, in the State of Virginia, do certify, that [blank] [blank] whose name [blank] signed to the writing hereto annexed, bearing date on the [blank] day of [blank] 185[blank], ha[blank] acknowledged the same before me in my [blank] aforesaid. Given under my hand, this [blank] day of [blank] 185[blank].

State of Virginia, [blank] OF [blank] TO WIT: [blank] for the [blank] of [blank] in the State of Virginia, do certify, that [blank] the wife of [blank] whose names are signed to the writing hereto annexed, bearing date on the [blank] day of [blank] 185[blank], personally appeared before [blank] in the [blank] aforesaid, and being examined by [blank] privily and apart from her husband, and having the writing aforesaid fully explained to her, she, the said [blank] acknowledged the said writing to be her act, and declared that she had willingly executed the same, and does not wish to retract it. Given under [blank] hand[blank], this [blank] day of [blank], 185[blank].

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City of Richmond, to wit In the office of the Court of Hustings for the said City, the 14th day of August 1856 This Deed was acknowledged by J. H Gary, a party thereto, and admitted to record at 11 oclock A. M. And in said office on the 15th day of the same month, the said deed was also acknowledged by P. H Aylett, trustee also a party thereto Teste Ro Howard, clk

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17 Gary J. H. to Aylette P. H. trust

1856 Aug. 14 Ackd. in off [[struck]: & with]] by Gary & AR 11 AM " 15 Ackd in off by Aylett trustee Recorded Book 70-A. page 413 - & examined

Fee & Tax paid

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