DANIEL SCHLAPIA DEED #2


b. Oct 25, 1822 - d. Jun 05, 1901



Warranty Deed


Know all men by these presents that we Daniel Schlappia and Elisabeth Schlappia his wife of Ringgold County State of Iowa in consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars in hand paid by Daniel Poor of Ringgold County State of Iowa do hereby sell and convey unto the said Daniel Poor the following described premises situated in the county of Ringgold to wit Lots No 19 and 20 nineteen and twenty in the town of Marshall, County and State above named and we do hereby covenant with said Daniel W Poor that we are lawfully seized of said premises that they are free from incumbrance that we have good right and lawful authority to sell the same and we do here covenant to Warrant and defend the said premises against the lawful claims of all persons whomsoever except for taxes and the said Elisabeth Schlappia hereby relinquishes her right of dower in and to the above described premises in witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 18th day of August, AD 1862.

Executed in the presence of Daniel Schlapa {seal} Elisabeth X Schlapia {seal} (her mark)

State of Iowa Ringgold County. I do hereby certify that before me W. M Coffin a Justice of the Pease(sic) in and for said County personally appeared the above named Daniel and Elisabeth Schlappia who are personally known to me to be the identical persons whose names are affixed to the above conveyance as grantors and acknowledged the Execution of the same to be their voluntary act and deed for the purposes therein mentioned given under my hand, this 18 day of August AD 1862 W M Coffin Justice of the Peace

Thomas Marshall County
Justice of the Peace



NOTE: the document from which I typed this page is a photocopy of a handwritten document. This document has squiggly marks around the word "Seal" for the seals. It is written in old script. It does not state who did the transcription. Thanks to Ernie Dawson for the papers.

Notice the spelling Schlappia for Schlapia. I have no way of knowing whether this was written this way in the original document or was an error by the transcriber. Jim Robinson





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