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The General Title of the Penn Family to Pennsylvania (continued) (Volume 23)

The General Title of the Penn Family to Pennsylvania (continued) (Volume 23)

Source : Internet Archive

The General Title of the Penn Family to Pennsylvania (continued) (Volume 23)

The General Title of the Penn Family to Pennsylvania (continued) (Volume 23)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : STUART


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married May 3, 1796, Archbishop William Stuart (1st), youngest son of John, third Earl of Bute. She died April 29,


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in the line of Sophia Margaretta Stuart, the youngest daughter of Thomas Penn, With further limitations over in default thereof,


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in the line of Sophia Margaretta Stuart, the youngest daughter of Thomas Penn.


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in the line of Sophia Margaretta Stuart, the youngest daughter of Thomas Penn.


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the eldest son of Sophia Margaretta Stuart, the youngest daughter of Thomas Penn, as tenant in tail general.


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are of opinion that Mr. William Stuart, being, as it appears, the present tenant in tail, may, by deed executed,


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the Penns was barred by William Stuart (2d) the tenant in tail general in the manner prescribed in the Act


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of the first part thereto [William Stuart] his heirs and assigns "in absolute fee simple free clear and discharged of


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said William Stuart and Georgiana Adelaide Stuart his wife, by Indenture dated November 11,1870, duly acknowl edged, and on motion


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said William Stuart and Georgiana Adelaide Stuart his wife, by Indenture dated November 11,1870, duly acknowl


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pages 475, &c, Millicent Helen Olivia Stuart, the wife of William Dugald Stuart, released to all persons concerned all her


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the estate became vested in William Stuart (2d) absolutely in fee simple, is as follows :


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America to his eldest son William Dugald Stuart, of Tempsford Hall, Beds ,Al denham Abbey, Herts, and Hill St., Berkeley


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recited sufficiently proves that to William Stuart, Esq., we owe thanks and gratitude, and that we should hold his name