|Grantor and Grantee||James B. Chaplain of the City of Baltimore, trustee / Joseph E. Muse Jr. of Dorchester County|
|Abstract||land sold in a cause between Edward K. Chaplain, Comp., and J. Bond Chaplain & others, Defendants, of which Mrs. Elizabeth S. Chaplain died seized, conveyed February 4, 1802 by Frances Gist to James Chaplain, afterwards purchased by the said Elizabeth S. Chaplain, afterwards purchased by the said Elizabeth S. Chaplain of Brice J. Goldsborough, trustee for sale of real estate of James Chaplain and James Chaplain Jr., on the north side of the road from Cambridge to Puncheon Bridge, adj. lands of James Dixon, the heirs of Jacob Winge, Negro, John Cornish and others, and containing 16 acres more or less.|
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