Two Documents relating to David Shurtz of Juniata County. David Shurtz, Newton H. Wickersham.
Two Documents relating to David Shurtz of Juniata County

Two Documents relating to David Shurtz of Juniata County

1860. Both documents are deeds. #1: On 3 April 1860 Newton H. Wickersham and his wife, Sarah Ann Wickersham, sold to David Shirts [sic Shurtz] (1814-1889), both of Delaware Township, Juniata County, Pa., a lot of less than half an acre and a house in Fayette Township, Juniata Co., for $50. Signed by Newton H. Wickersham and Sarah Ann Wickersham; justice of the peace William Dunn; and Juniata County Recorder of Deeds John P. Wharton. With the embossed stamped of the Juniata County Recorder of Deeds. Newton H. Wickersham (1819-1910) and Sarah Ann Smith Wickersham (1824-1916) were members of the Pennsylvania Yearly Meeting of Progressive Friends and of the Chester County Temperance Society. #2: On 21 Feb. 1890 Jonathan Kiser, the administrator of the estate of David Shurtz, sold to Isaac Ferguson of Greenwood Township, Juniata Co., the lot in Fayette Township for $40. Signed by Jonathan Kiser; the notary public, James K. Robison; and the Juniata County Recorder of Deeds Edward E. Berry. With the embossed stamps of the notary public and the recorder of deeds. In Very Good Condition: deed #1 has 2 closed tears of 4.5 cm. and less from the lower edge, with archival repairs; several small chips from the lower edge; is just starting to separate at the folds; is clean and solid otherwise; deed #2 is clean and bright. Very Good. Item #008300

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