Williams & Missillier to Frederick H. Laroque Deeds, 1846
Jones County, North Carolina

Contributed by Ouida Allison




Frederick H. LaRoque married Mary Elizabeth Dunn May 15, 1839, the daughter of Walter & Cynthia Dunn of Lenoir County. Lucius Potts was in the home of Lewis H. Missillier in the Jones County 1850 census.


Jones Co, NC Register of Deeds

Williams & Missillier to Frederick H. Laroque, 1846

This Indenture made on the 9th day of Feb'r in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty six between Williams & Missillier of the County of Jones & State of North Carolina on the one part and Frederick H. Laroque of the County & State aforsaid on the other part Witnesseth that the sd Williams & Missillier for & in consideration of the sum of five dollars to them in hand paid now & at the time of executing these presents the receipt thereof is hereby acknowledged together with the further consideration of the covenant herein after contained hath leased & demised & by these presents doth lease & demise a part of a lot in the Town of Trenton on Jones Street & known in the plan of sd town by lot No 14 whereon the shop now stands, commencing at the line fence of the Hathaway or Huggins lot and runs on Jones St west 17 feet thence north 20 east 80 feet thence east 17 feet to sd line fence thence to the beginning for & during the term of eight years commencing on this day & to end & be fully completed on the 22d day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred fifty four - To have and to hold the same to this the sd Frederick H. Laroque his executors administrators & assigns free & discharge of any & all incumbrances whatsoever and it is convenanted and agreed that the sd Frederick H. Laroque is to have peaceable possession and quiet enjoyment of the sd term during the continuance thereof without any hindrance or molestation to be done or caused or suffered by them the sd Williams & Missillier and it is further agreed by the parties to these presents that the sd Frederick H. Laroque shall pay the tax that may be assigned on the above mentioned premises & shall keep the sd premises in a state of good repair during the continuance of sd term and at the expiration thereof or sooner if the sd Frederick H. Laroque sees fit to do so deliver up in repair without committing waste of any description - In testimony whereof we have hereunto set out hands & seal this day & year first above mentioned.
A.C. Williams
L.H. Missillier
Signed Sealed & delivered in presence of Jno. Shackleford


Williams & Missillier to Frederick H. Laroque, 1846

This Indenture made and executed the 10th day of Feb'y in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty six between Williams & Missillier of the Town of Trenton County of Jones and State of North Carolina of the one part and Frederick H. Laroque of the same town county and state aforesaid of the other part - Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars to us in hand paid by the said Frederick H. Laroque before the sealing and delivering of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged and we fully satisfied and paid hath granted bargained sold conveyed and confirmed and by these presents doth grant bargain sell convey and confirm unto the said Frederick H. Laroque his heirs and assigns in fee simple forever a certain house or tenement in the town of Trenton on Lot known in the plan of said town as Number fourteen on Jones Street - To have and to hold the above bargained house or tenement with all the improvements and appurtenances thereto belonging or in any wise appurtaining unto the said Frederick H. Laroque his heirs executors administrators and assigns in fee simple forever - And we the said Williams & Missillier doth covenant that at the time of executing these presents that they have an indefeasible right of inheritance and absolute lawful authority to sell the above bargained house as by these presents the same are hereby granted bargained sold conveyed and confirmed - And we the said Williams & Missillier for ourselves our heirs executors and assigns doth further covenant and agree to and with the said Frederick H. Laroque his heirs executors and assigns to warrant and forever defend the title to the above bargained house free and clear from any and incumbrances and from the claim or claims of any and all persons, whatever and that the said Frederick H. Laroque is to have peaceable possession and quiet enjoyment of the same without any hindrance or molestation done caused or suffered by them the said Williams & Missillier In testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals the day & year above written.
A.C. Williams
L.H. Missillier
Signed Sealed & delivered in presence of Jno. Shackleford


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