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Land patent to Eleazer Allen [Blank]
Carolina. Lords Proprietors.; Everard, Richard, Sir, 1683-1733
1735
Volume 04, Pages 317-318

[B. P. R. O. North Carolina. B. T. Vol. 11. B. 48.]
[Form of a blank patent, &c.]

His Excellency, John Lord Carteret Palatin, and the rest of the true and absolute Lords Proprietors of Carolina.

To all to whom these Presents shall come Greeting in our Lord God everlasting, Know ye that we, the said Lords and absolute Proprietors for and in consideration of the Sum of six pounds eight shillings in hand paid to our Receiver General by Eleazar Allen Gent, do hereby give, grant, sell alien enfeoff and confirm unto the said Eleazar Allen a Tract of Land containing Six hundred & forty acres.

To have and to hold the said Land with all Rights & Privileges of hunting hawking fishing & fowling with all woods, waters & rivers, with all Profits Commodities and Hereditaments to the same belonging or appertaining (except one half of all gold and silver mines) unto him the said        his heirs and assignes for ever. Yeilding and paying unto us our heirs and successors yearly every        Day of        the Fee rent of for every hundred Acres hereby granted to be holden of us, our heirs and successors in free and common Soccage

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Given under the seal of the Colony this        Day of          Anno Domini.

Witness our Trusty and welbeloved Sir Richard Everard Baronet Governor of North Carolina and our Trusty and welbeloved Councillors who have hereunto set their hands. Signed

RICHd EVERARD
E. MOSELEY
GALE
J. LOVICK
EDWd GALE
RICHd SANDERSON.
J. WORLEY.
ROBERT WEST.

Received the purchase money for the Lands within mentioned per me

signed
Wm LITTLE Rec: Genl

(Endorsed)

Form of a blank Patent for Land in North Carolina signed and sealed; copy'd from the original annexed to other papers transmitted from North Carolina, under the great seal of the province to Henry McCulloh Esqre