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Book 6 page 55

1797 Deed to Adam Walrath from Catherina Failing

Know all men by these presents that Catharina Feling wife of the within grantor George Feling for and in consideration of the sum of Twenty dollars(?) of lawful money of the State of New York to me the said Catharina Feling by Adam A. Walrath the grantee within named well and truly paid the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge have remised released and forever quit claimed, and by these presents do remise release and forever quit claim unto the said Adam A. Walrath all and all manner of dower, and right and title dower whatsoever which the said Catharina Feling now have, may, might, could, or of right ought to have or claim of, in or out of all the lands, tenements and hereditaments mentioned in

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unit or units of dower whatsoever so as neither I the said Catharina Feling nor any other person for me or in my name any manner of dower or unit(?) of action(?) of dower, or any right or title of dower of or in the said land tenements or hereditaments or of or in any part or parcel thereof at any time hereafter have or may have claim or prosecute(?) against the said Adam A. Walrath his heirs or assigns in witness whereof the said Catharina Feling hereunto sets her hand and seal this fourth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand, seven hundred and ninety seven. Catharina X (her mark) Feling (S) Sealed and delivered in the presence of John C. Nellis, Joseph G. Klock.

Be it remembered that on the fourth day of March one thousand seven hundred and ninety seven, Personally appeared before me Christian Nellis one of the judges of the Court of Common Pleas in and for the county of Montgomery Catharina Feling the grantor of the above release of dower and acknowledge apart from her husband that she signed sealed and delivered the same for the use therein mentioned without threat fear or compulsion of her husband and I have examined the same and find no interlineations erasures or obliteration therein do allow the same to be recorded. Christian Nellis.

Recorded the twenty ninth day of October 1797. Chris. P. Yates, Clk.

The above is endorsed on the original deed, recorded Book No. 2 of Deeds page 230. Chris. P. Yates, Clk.

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