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Brigham Young
Brigham Young Document Signed 1861 Deed Transfer with Notary Public John T Caine
Salt Lake City: Brigham Young Document Signed, 1861 Deed Transfer with Notary Public John T. Caine Brigham Young. Salt Lake City. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1861. Document. This is a title transfer of a partial lot of land owned by Brigham Young to William Bond, containing several prominent Utah men's signatures as witnesses and notary. "Be it known by these Presents: That I Brigham Young, Trustee in Trust for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints of Great Salt Lake City, in the County of Great Salt Lake and Territory of Utah, the rightful claim[ant and owner of] the east half of lot five (5) in Block (13) as platted in plat A. Great Salt Lake City survey; do for the sum of One Hundred Dollars paid by William Bond of the city, county and territory aforesaid the receipt wh [Thumbnails Below] Brigham Young Document Signed, 1861 Deed Transfer with Notary Public John T. Caine Author: Young, Brigham Publication: Salt Lake City: 1861 Signed: On the back of the deed are more transfers, one signed by Bond in 1865, and a signature on one line by E(dwin) D(ilworth) Woolley, Deputy, recorder for Salt Lake City and church official. Binding: Document Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket / Signed Description: Salt Lake City. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1861. Document. This is a title transfer of a partial lot of land owned by Brigham Young to William Bond, containing several prominent Utah men's signatures as witnesses and notary. "Be it known by these Presents: That I Brigham Young, Trustee in Trust for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints of Great Salt L … [Click Below for Full Description]
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