2 mortgage documents involving John K. Cuming, Alphonse A. Brunner, and a brick house at 1736 Grove St., Philadelphia. John K. Cuming.
2 mortgage documents involving John K. Cuming, Alphonse A. Brunner, and a brick house at 1736 Grove St., Philadelphia

2 mortgage documents involving John K. Cuming, Alphonse A. Brunner, and a brick house at 1736 Grove St., Philadelphia

Philadelphia: John C. Clark & Sons, 1884. 2 documents printed by John C. Clark & Sons, Philadelphia, both printed in red and black, and folded. On 2 May 1884, John K. Cuming of Philadelphia, merchant, mortgaged a three-story brick house at 1736 Grove St., Philadelphia, for $900 to be paid within three years. Signed by John K. Cuming, witnesses Harry B. Yerger and Frank A. Brunner, notary public Harry B. Yerger (with his stamp), and Philadelphia County Recorders of Deeds John O'Connell and John Virdin. The note of satisfaction on 16 Oct. 1901 was signed by Kate E. Scott. John K. Cuming (1830-1915) was a prominent Philadelphian who served on the Select Council, the Citizens' Municipal Association, and the Board of City Trusts and was president of the Tenth National Bank for many years. In Fine Condition: clean and crisp. Fine. Item #008298

Price: $125.00

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