Earle Tract II (Hermitage)

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Deed Description

From Montgomery County Land Records, liber 188, folio 350, May 11, 1906, Mary A Carter to George H Earle, Jr.

1. Beginning for the same at a stone hereuntofore planted in the West line of Hermitage and at the end of the second line of a deed from Edward Harding, Sr to Erasmus Perry for a part of said tract of Hermitage containing 30 acres of land, more or less, {... liber BS 1 folio 393, December 17 1827 ...}, said stone also being at the end of the second line of a conveyance {... liber JGH 2 folio 226, March 26, 1853, Josiah Harding and wife to Lewis Greaves ...}, and running thence with that conveyance and Henry Harding's land, South 26 degrees West, 52 perches (858 feet) to a flint stone

2. South 56 degrees West, 38 perches (627 feet) {to a stone},

3. North 89.5 degrees West, 40 perches (660 feet) to a stone marked "B" at the end of the 11th line of Henry Harding's part of Hermitage and also the end of the 6th line of a conveyance from Nancy Harding et ux to Samuel C Veirs for a part of Hermitage {... liber JGH 7 folio 582, August 26, 1859 ... } ...

4. Thence with outlines of said conveyance, reversed, South 14 degrees 50 minutes East, 90 and 7/25ths perches (1485.6 feet)

5. Thence South 54 degrees 26 minutes East, 50 and 6/25ths perches (825.5 feet);

6. South 7 degrees 12 minutes East, 56 and 1/5th perches (927.3 feet)

7. South 27 degrees 50 minutes East, 21 perches (346.5 feet) to the end of 123 and 24/25ths perches (2045.5 feet) on the first line of a conveyance {...liber 176 folio 251, February 11, 1904, James B Henderson and William V Bouic to John W Lucas ...}

8. Running thence, along that same first line, North 76.5 degrees East, 7 and 4/100 perches (116 feet) to the end thereof

9. Still with outlines of same conveyance, South 67 degrees 20 minutes East, 32 perches (528 feet)

10. South 2 degrees 40 minutes East, 56 perches (924 feet)

11. South 8 degrees 20 minutes East, 37 perches (610.5 feet) to a flint stone at the end of the 5th line of a conveyance {... liber JA6 folio 268, August 29, 1887, T L Schmit and wife to Augustus Burgdorf...}

12. Thence with the outlines of said conveyance reversed, North 78 degrees 15 minutes East, 26 perches (429 feet)

13. North 78 degrees 15 minutes East, 26 perches (429 feet); thence

14. North 32.25 degrees East, 45 perches (742.5 feet) to the east side of Watery Branch

15. Thence North 1 degree 15 minutes East, 28 perches (462 feet)

16. Thence North 52 degrees 15 minutes East, 69 perches (1138.5 feet)

17. Thence South 38.25 degrees West, 40 perches (660 feet) to a black stone on the South East side of Watery Branch and near the mouth of a small run and on the East side thereof, it being the beginning of a conveyance {... liber EBP 32, folio 283, June 13, 1884, William Grady et ux Commissioners, to William H Rannie ...}, and

18. Running thence, with the outlines of said conveyance reversed, North 60 degrees 45 minutes East, 52 perches (858 feet)

19. North 65 degrees 45 minutes East, 45 and 6/10ths perches (752.4 feet)

20. Thence North 12 degrees 15 minutes West, 42 perches (693 feet)

21. North 89 degrees 15 minutes West, 82 perches (1353 feet)

22. Thence North 12 degrees 30 minutes West, 200 perches (3300 feet) to a point in the West line of Hermitage, it being also on the South side of the Veirs's Mill Road

23. Running thence, with said West line of Hermitage, North 89 degrees 30 minutes West, 59.30 perches (978.5 feet) to the place of the beginning.

(All bearings require 3 degrees allowance for West variation, April 16, 1906.)

283 acres, "more or less".

Same land as conveyed by Charles A Harding to Robert W Carter (Mary A Carter was widow thereof) at liber EBP2 folio 252, probated to Mary A Carter by Orphan's Court August 26, 1890, recorded in liber RWC 15 folio 320.

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