Dingwell & Others
to - Release
Chas. & Robt. Sanderson
Registered the 14th day of April. 1818 at ten in the forenoon on the acknt of the Releasors John Moore & Mary his wife, James Robinson and Andrew Coffin, and on the oath of Johann Clasen, James Robinson and Andrew Coffin, subscribing
To all to whom these presents come. We James Dingwell of Saint Peter's Bay in Prince Edward Island Farmer and Margaret his wife, Benjamin Coffin of Savage Harbor in the said island Esquire, John Moore of Township Number (49) Forty Nine in the said Island, Farmer and Mary his wife, Samuel Clark Braddock of the Royalty of Charlottetown in the said Island, Farmer and Eleanor his wife, Andrew Coffin of Savage Harbor aforesaid, Farmer and Frances his wife, James Robinson of St. Peter's Bay aforesaid, Farmer and Susanna his wife, all send greeting:
Whereas Charles Sanderson, the elder, late of St. Peter's Settlement aforesaid, deceased intestate was at the time of his decease possessed of the Lands, Tenements and Premises hereinafter described under a Lease forever, And whereas the said Margaret Dingwell, Mary Moore, Eleanor Braddock, Frances Coffin and Susanna Robinson are the Daughters of the aforesaid late Charles Sanderson, And the said James Dingwell, Benjamin Coffin, John Moore, Samuel Clark Braddock, Andrew Coffin and James Robinson are all the sons in law of the said late Charles Sanderson, And all the said parties are willing and desirous to fulfill and execute, as far as in them respectively lieth, the intentions and purposes of the said deceased respecting the Premises herein after described as the same were frequently expressed and published by him in his life time so that such his intentions may operate and take effect as if the same had been plainly set forth by him in his Last Will and Testament in Writing duly executed now these Presents witness that for and in considerations of the said Premises, and of the natural love and affection which the said parties above named have and bear towards Charles Sanderson and Robert Sanderson of St. Peter's Settlement aforesaid, Farmers the only sons of the said late Charles Sanderson deceased; and in order to quiet and establish the said Charles Sanderson and Robert Sanderson in the peaceable possession and occupation of the Premises hereinafter described and also in consideration of Ten Shillings apiece to them the said James Dingwell and Margaret his wife, Benjamin Coffin, John Moore and Mary his wife, Samuel Clark Braddock and Eleanor his wife, Andrew Coffin and Frances his wife, and James Robinson and Susanna his wife in hand well and truly paid by the said Charles Sanderson and Robert Sanderson at or before the sealing and Delivery of these Presents the Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged.
They the said James Dingwell and Margaret his wife, Benjamin Coffin, John Moore and Mary his wife, Samuel Clark Braddock and Eleanor his wife, Andrew Coffin and Frances his wife, and James Robinson and Susanna his wife Have and each and every one of them Hath demise release and forever quit claimed and by these Presents Do and each and every one of them there Doth demise release and forever quit claim unto the said Charles Sanderson and Robert Sanderson their Executors Administrators and assigns both at Law and in Equity of them the said Releasors of in to or out of All Those two several Tracts of Land containing together three hundred acres of Land situated lying and being on the South side of St. Peter's Bay aforesaid, and part of Township No. (40) Forty in the said Island as the same are particularly described in the Lease Thereof from John Russel Spence Esquire to the said Charles Sanderson deceased intestate, which is Registered in Book No. 2 Pages 26 to 32 And all Buildings Erections and Improvements of what nature or kind soever made thereon or on any part of the said two parcels of Land respectively so that neither the said Releasors nor any of them, nor any of their Heirs, Executors Administrators or Assigns or any other person or persons in Trust for them or any of them or in their or any of their name or names or in the name Right of stead of any of them shall or will can or may by any ways or means whatever hereafter have claim Challenge or demand any Right Title or Interest of into or out of the same three hundred Acres or any part thereof but that they the said Releasors their Heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns and each and every of them from all Estate Right Title Interest Property Claim and Demand of in to or out of the same Premises or any and every part thereof respectively are is and shall be by these Presents for ever excluded and debarred.
In Witness whereof the said Releasors respectively have hereunto Set their Hands and Seals this nineteenth day of February in the year of Our Lord One Thousand and Eight Hundred and Eighteen.
Sealed and Delivered by the said John Moore and Mary his wife in the presence of Charles Binns.
Sealed and Delivered by the said Samuel Clark Braddock and Eleanor his wife in the presence of Johan Clasen -- Sworn
Sealed and Delivered by the said James Dingwell and Margaret his wife, James Robinson and Susanna his wife in the presence of Richard Keefe James Robinson -- Sworn
Sealed and Delivered by the said Andrew Coffin and Frances his wife in the presence of Kemble Coffin Jnr.
Sealed and Delivered by the said Benjamin Coffin in the presence of Andrew Coffin -- Sworn
(note: they each signed it but it looks like the same handwriting for all of them. There is a little "LS" in a circle which could be a scribe)