Register of land sale, Armstrong to Hall, 1847
|Title:||Register of land sale, Armstrong to Hall, 1847|
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|Related people:||John Armstrong • George Armstrong • Henry Edward Hastings Hall|
A Memorial to be registered of an Indenture of Release made the Twelfth day of March in the year one thousand eight-hundred and forty seven between George Armstrong of the Canning River in the Colony of Western Australia Agriculturalist and John Armstrong of the same place Agriculturalist of the one part and Henry Hastings Hall of Perth in the said Colony Storekeeper of the other part.
Whereby in consideration of the sum of six hundred pounds to the said George Armstrong and John Armstrong paid by the said Henry Hastings Hall. They the said George Armstrong and John Armstrong did grant bargain sell and release unto the said Henry Hastings Hall all that piece or parcel of land situated and being in the Canning District in the said Colony containing four hundred and twenty acres or thereabouts marked and distinguished in the [illegible] and books in the Surveyor Generals Office as Canning Location No 22 and bounded on the North West by about six chains eighteen links of South East boundary of Canning Location No 31 extending South West, all the bearings here given being according to the [illegible] pole
of the North or thereabouts) from a tributary to the Cannign called Noongar River passing through a [illegible] post four and a half feet high in a trench[?] [symbol][?] about four or five links South West from said last named River and terminating at a square post [illegible] feet high in a trench[?] [symbol][?] at South corner of Location 31 aforsaid thereby a West line about thirty two chains twenty one links to a squared post three and a half feet high in the angle of a a trench[?] [symbol][?] bounded on the West by a South link about fifty seven chains fifteen links to a squared post three fieet high in the agle of a trench[?] [symbol][?] . On the South by an East line about one hundred and [illegible] chains [TODO – Continue transcribing.]