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This indenture made and entered into this thirty first day of July 1845 between Louis Vasseur and Cecelia his wife
parties of the first part and PhilipPhilip C Morehead party of the
second part witnesseth: that for and in consideration
of the sum of fifty Dollars to the partys of the first
part in hand paid by the party of the second part
the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged the
parties of the first part have granted bargained
and sold and by these presents do grant bargain
sell alien & convey to the party of the first part his
heirs & C one half of all their undivided rights, titles
and interests in and to the following described
tracts or parcels of land in the county of St LouisSt Louis
to writ forty aspens lying in the common fields of
St LouisSt Louis granted by the Spanish Government to
John BJohn B . BequetteBequette and by him sold to AntoineAntoine Rieviere
alias Bacanne decd.. . or Bond on one side
Langevier on the other which has since been
confirmed and surveyed by the United StatesUnited States
and now Known by Survey no 1433, also forty
arpents lying in the grand PrairiePrairie granted as
aforesaid and confirmed as aforesaid but not
yet surveyed Calling for Bonde on one side and
Corneau on the other; also sixty acres in the
grand PrairiePrairie granted as aforesaid and confirmed
and surveyed as aforesaid and now known by
survey No 1270. Calling for La Clede under Lebeuxier
on one side and for Corneau on the other to have
and to hold said undivided half of their undivide
rights titles and interests in and said described
tracts on parcels of land to him the said party of
the second part his heirs and assigns forever
In witness whereof the said parties of the
first part have hereunto set their hands and
seals the day and year above written

Louis(his mark) Vasseur

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Cecelia her mark Vasseur

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