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The Heirs of Henry Keen

Dauphin County Misc Deed Book A, Volume 1, page 520 Letter of Attorney

Daniel Keen Heirs

To

Benjamin Buffington

Recorded April 30th, 1845

Know all men by these presents that we, Daniel Keen, Joseph Keen, Angeline Keen & Nancy Keen the Widow of Henry Keen deceased now intermarried with George Weidel of Wicinisco township in the County of Dauphin State of Pennsylvania do hereby constitute and appoint Benjamin Buffington, Esquire our true and lawful attorney for us and in our names and to all use to obtain ???????? of a certain tract of Land in Williams Valley in ?????? of Jacob Shotley? To proceed by all Lawful ways and means to sell and convey it ?????? deeds for the same ??? the Property of Henry Keen, dec’d and to ??? Demand Sue for recover and receive of all persons that have done Damages on Said Land of Henry Keen, dec’d to have use ???? take all Lawful Ways and means in our names or otherwise to Sell & convey as he sees fit the Lands and tenement of Henry Keen dec’d and receipt whereof to make seal & deliver acquittances or other Sufficient Discharge for the same for us in our names and to do all Lawful acts & things whatsoever concerning the premises as fully in every respect as we ourselves might or could do if we were all personally present and an Attorney or attornies under him for the purposes aforesaid to make and at his Pleasure to revoke hereby notifying allowing and conforming all and whatsoever my Said Attorney Shall in any Name Lawfully do or cause to be done in and about the premises by virtue of these Presents. In Witness hereof we have unto set our hands and Seals the Sixteenth day of April A.D. 1842.

 

Sealed and delivered in the presence of John Wommer

 

Daniel Keen

Joseph Keen X his mark

Angeline Keen X her mark

Nancy Weidel X her mark

widow of Keen, dec’d

George Weidel

 

 

Dauphin County:

On the 23rd day of April A.D. 1842 Personally appeared before me the ???????? one of Justices of the Peace in and for the Said County the within named Daniel Keen, Joseph Keen, Angeline Keen & Nancy Keen Widow of Henry Keen deceased now intermarried with George Weidel and acknowledge the forgoing Letter of Attorney to be their act and Deed. Witness my Hand & Seal on the day and year Written.

John Wommer

Justice of the Peace

Transcribed by Robert L. Maley

 

 

 

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