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Early Abstracts of Lake Maxinkuckee - Section 16 Lots 8 and part of 7

On - 20 January 1911 the building which probably housed the library as well as another business was purchased by Schyluer C. Schilling. The deed is as follows:

3857
Lottie A. Voreis and George W. Voreis her husband
to
Schuyler C. Schilling.
Received For Record this 20" day of January A.B. 1911 at 3:40 o'clock p.m. and recorded in Record 79 page 459 Ed. R. Monroe Recorder Marshall county. Recorder's Fee 1.00

Warranty Deed

This Indenture Witnesseth, that Lottie A. Voreis and George W. Voreis, her Husband, Of Marshall County, in the State of Indiana Convey and Warrant to Schuyler C. Schilling of Marshall county in the State of Indiana for the sum of One Thousand Two hundred ($1200.00) dollars the following Real Estate in Marshall County, in the State of Indiana, to-wit:

Lot Number Eight (8) and the North Six (6) Feet of Lot number Seven (7) of the original plat of the town of Uniontown, later called Marmont and now called Culver City, Marshall county, Indiana, including all appurtances thereunto belonging.

In Witness Where of the said Lottie A. Voreis and George W. Voreis, her husband has hereunto set their hand and seal their hand and seal; to this 18th day of January A.D. 1911. Lottie A. Voreis, George W. Voreis.

State of Indiana Marshall County, SS: Before Me, W. O. Osborn a Notary Public in and for said County and State, this 18th day of January 1911 personally appeared Lottie A. Voreis and George W. Voreis, he husband and acknowledged the execution of the annexed deed. Witness my hand and official seal. W. O. Osborn, Public Notary.

My Commission expires Sept. 10, 1914

proof of actual transcription:



This is the bank and library block as of Nov. 1906 by the Sanborn Fire Map


This is the bank and library block as of Nov. 1906 by the Sanborn Fire Map


The Title of the Abstract reads: An Abstract of title to Lot No. 8; also Lot No 7 (except South 30 ft. and except North 30 feet of South 60 feet of Parcel No. 7) all in Uniontown(now called Marmont Marshall Co. Ind.) Prepared for Lottie A. Voreis by L. M. Lauer, Atty Plymouth, Ind.


- Of the -
Fraternal Building-Loan Association.
Indianapolis, In.
Nov. 4, 1895.

To The Officers and Directors of the Fraternal Building-Loan Association:

Gentlemen:

I have examined the Abstract of title presented by Lottie Voris with & application for a loan on the following described real estate in Marshall County, in the State of Indiana to-wit - - Lot 8 and 6 feet off the north side of lot 7 un Uniontown now called Marmont.


The Abstract in this case is not altogether satisfactory. If an affidavit can be furnished showing that our applicant and her immediate grantors have had, open, notorious, adverse and undisputed possession for more then twenty years, we will accept the abstract as showing fee simple title in the applicant subject to a mortgage for $250 given to M. J. Ehrlich rec. Aug. 30., 1892 in mort. rec. 16 page 375.

We enclose the proper papers for execution.
M. Bride & Dewey N. Lowry Attorneys for Association
No. 2
Nov. 7-1895
Papers and affidavit oK
no insuio__
MB & D N Lowry

An Abstract of title to Lot No. Eight (8) and Lot NO. Seven (7), except the South thirty (30) feet of the last named lot in the town of Union town, known as Marmont, Marshall County and State of Indiana and except N. 30 feet S. 60 ft. of said Lot No. 7 Prepared for Lottie A. Voreis, Marmont, Indiana. by. Leopold M. Lauer, Abstractor and Attorney.
State of Indiana to Bayless L. Dickson
Certificate of Entry
The West half of Section 16-Tp. 32 N. R. 1 E. 150.76 Acres. Recorded in Tract Book No. 1 at Page 4.


Original Plat of Uniontown now Marmont, Indiana

Uniontown is pleasantly situated in the S.W.1-4 of Sec. 16-Tp. 32 N.R. 1 E. It is laid out in such a manner that it presents to the eye a view of Lake Maxenkuckee and is surrounded with as good a country as can be found in Northern Indiana. It has the advantage of three State and two County roads running through it. The lots are all 66 feet in width by 82 1-2 in 'breadth'. The streets are all 66 feet in width. The alleys are 16 1-2.

Platted June 8' 1844. by Bayless L. Dickson Proprietor. Lots number from 1 to 51 inclusive. Left for record June 29' 1844 Recorded Plat Book Page 10. Deed Record D page 88




State of Indiana by Auditor of Marshall co. Ind.
to
Thomas K. Houghton, Assignee of John Houghton, Assignee
of Bayless L. Dickson

School Land Deed July 17' 1856.
Forty acres off from South end of W 1-2 of W 1-2 of Sec. 16-Tp. 32 N. ER. 1 E.
Received for record Nov. 11' 1858
Recorded in Deed Record M. page. 25.




Resurvey and New Plat of Uniontown (Now Marmont)

Uniontown resurveyed April 24' 1851 by Thomas K. Houghton, Proprietor, as follows: - 'Uniontown is situated in the S. corner of 16-32-1.E. Marshall County, Indiana, the S.E. corner of said section is the commencing point of the town plat; the streets are all of a width being 66 ft. the alleys are 16 1-2 ft.; the lots are 66 feet in front and 99 feet back, so planned by the original survey. All lines running North and South bear N. 0 degrees 10 min E. and those that run E and W. bear S. 89 degrees E. The magnetic variation at this date is 5 degrees 10 min. E. This survey made and acknowledged by. Thos. K. Houghton Proprietor April 24' 1851. Recorded Plat Book No. 1 page 44. Recd. for record June 9' 1857. Lots run from 1 to 66 inclusive.

Thomas K. Houghton and Sarah J. his wife
to James E. Houghton, John W. Houghton
Quit Claim Deed
Dec. 28' 1864

Forty acres off of S. end of W 1-2, W 1-3 Sec. Sec. 16-Tp., 32 N. R. 1 E. including all town lots in town of Marmont formerly known as Uniontown except those certain lots that been heretofore sold and conveyed subject to a life lease executed by the above grantors to John and Elizabeth Houghton.

Recd. for record May 17' 1865
Recorded Deed Record T. Page 59.



John W. Houghton and Abby J. his wife.
to
Thomas K. Houghton
Warranty Deed
Feby. 18' 1866

Forty Acres off the south end W1-2 W1-3 16-32-1E. including all the town lots in Marmont, formerly known as Uniontown, except those certain lots or parcels of land that have been sold up to Dec. 28' 1864.

Recd. for record Feb. 22' 1866.
Recorded Deed Record U at page 401.




Thomas K. Houghton and Sarah J. His wife
to
John Houghton Sr.
Quit Claim Deed
Feby 8' 1871

Undivided 1-2 forty acres off south end of W1-2, W1-2, 16-32-1 E. except so much of above land that had been sold prior to the date hereof.

Recd. for record February 10' 1871
Recorded Deed Record 5 at page 19




John W. Houghton and Jennie his wife,
Thomas K. Houghton and Sarah J. his wife,
Kate Corbin and Horace her husband
Emma Dickson
Zenodia Russell
John H. Brooks
the only heirs of John Houghton, decd. except grantee.
to
James E. Houghton
Quit Claim Deed
June 9, 1877.
The undivided 6-7 of undivided 1-2 of 40 acres off S. end W1-2, W1-2-16-32-1E. also all our interest in the town lots of Uniontown now known as Marmont.

Recd for record June 18' 1877. Recorded Deed Rec. 16 pg. 85.

James E. Houghton and Rebecca S. his wife
to
James Gray
Warranty Deed
May 19' 1877

Lot Number seven (7) except thirty (30) feet off South side in Uniontown, now known as Marmont, The said thirty feet was deeded by J. and J. E. Houghton to Willington B. Harris Dec. 23' 73 and May 12-'75.
Received for record July 17' 1877
Recorded in Deed Record No. 17 at Page 223.


John D. Myers
_ou_ stat _ married or single
to
Mary Ann Gilmore
Warranty Deed
July 20" 1863
Lot No. 8 Uniontown (now Marmont).
Recd for record Oct. 16" 1863
Recorded Deed Record R Page 10




At the Tax Sale of 1865, Feby 6" 1865, Lot No 8 was sold for Taxes in name of James W. Gilmore and was Bid in by and slod to Charles Cook. There is no record of Redemption.

At same sale Lot No. 7 was sold to Jacob B. W. Klinger, also against said James W. Gilmore There is no record of redemption).
Tax Sale Record No. 1 Late 1865




David Redding & Charlotte whis wife
to
J. W. Thomas
Warranty Deed
Feb 8' 1868
Lot Number Eight (8) in twon of Marmont, with all privileges and appurtenances to the same belonging.
Recd for record Feb. 12' 1868
Recorded Deed Record Y at page 520




J. W. Thomas and Caroline Thomas his wife, by sheriff
To
Josiah H. Williams
Sheriffs Deed. Feb. 14' 1873

This was a sale on a judgment recovered in the Marshall Circuit Court in favor of Martin H. Rice vs' J. W. Thomas and Caroline Thomas for the sum of $344.58 principal and interest and the sum of $12.63 costs. Lot Number Eught (8) town of Marmont with all improvements situate thereon.
Recd For record Feb. 15' 1873 Recorded Sherrif's deed record No. 1 at page 287 Foreclosure of _ Thomas to H_les & Williams and note assigned to Martin H. Rice.

Josiah H. Williams and Harriet his wife
to
James Gray
Warranty Deed
Nov. 23' 1876
Lot Number eight (8) Union Town (now called Marmont).
Rec.d for record the 21' of December 1876
Recorded in Deed Record K NO. 12 at page 449.


James Gray
to
Clara Buswell
Warranty Deed
June 29' 1878
Lot Number Eight (8) In Uniontown (now called Marmont) and Lot Number seven (7), except thirty (30) feet off the south side in Uniontown, now known as Marmont. The said thirty (30) feet was deeded by J. and J. E. Houghton to Willington B. Harris Dec. 23' 1873 and May 12' 1875. State of Indiana, Marshall County, SS.

Samuel J. Wiseman being first duly sworn according to law upon his oath says that he was well acquainted with one James Gray, late of Marshall County, Indiana, deceased. That said James Gray is the identical person, who on June 29' 1878 sold by warranty deed to Clara Buswell Lot No. 8 and a part of Lot No. 7 in. Uniontown (now called Marmont) Indiana. That at said date that said James Gray was a single or unmarried man.

And affiant was also well acquainted with the said Clara Buswell who likewise conveyed said real estate by warranty deed to Lottie A. Voreis on the 13' day of October 1879, and that at the date of the last named conveyance the said Clara Buswell was a single or unmarried woman.

The first of said conveyance being recorded in Deed Record No. 19 at page 435, and the second in Deed Record No. 22 at page 261 of the records of Marshall county, Indiana.
Samuel J. Wiseman
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16 day of August 1892
L. M. Lauer Notary Public.




Clara Buswell
to
Lottie A. Voreis
Warranty Deed
Oct 13' 1879.
Lot No. eight (8) Uniontown, now Marmont, and Lot No. 7 (except thirty (30) feet off the south side in Uniontown (now known as Marmont) the said thrity feet was deeded by J. and J. E. Houghton to W. B. Harris Dec. 23'1873 and May 12' 1875
Recd for record March 22' 1880
Recorded Deed Record No. 22 at page 221




Lottie A. Voreis and George W. Voreis her husband
to
Sylvia A. Rea
Warranty Deed
June 16 1886

The North 30 feet of South 60 feet of Lot 7 in Uniontown, including buildings thereon.
Recd for Record July 23" 1886
Recorded Deed Record No. 35 page 531

State of Indiana, Marshall County, SS.

Samuel J. Wiseman being first duly sworn according to law upon his oath says that he was well acquainted with one James Gray, late of Marshall County, Indiana, deceased. That said James Gray is the identical person, who on June 29' 1878 sold by warranty deed to Clara Buswell Lot No. 8 and a part of Lot No. 7 in. Uniontown (now called Marmont) Indiana. That at said date that said James Gray was a single or unmarried man.

And affiant was also well acquainted with the said Clara Buswell who likewise conveyed said real estate by warranty deed to Lottie A. Voreis on the 13' day of October 1879, and that at the date of the last named conveyance the said Clara Buswell was a single or unmarried woman.

The first of said conveyance being recorded in Deed Record No. 19 at page 435, and the second in Deed Record No. 22 at page 261 of the records of Marshall county, Indiana.
Samuel J. Wiseman
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16 day of August 1892
L. M. Lauer Notary Public


Certificate of Abstract

I hereby certify, That the foregoing Abstract is a correct exhibit of every instrument or writing conveying or affecting the title to the land described in the Caption upon the records of Marshall County, State of Indiana.

I further certify, That I have made an examination of the following records towit: Recorder's. Clerk's, and Treasurer's offices and that there are no pending suits or liens against said premises, or defect in the title of Lottie A. Voreis thereto, not shown in said Abstract of which I have any knowledge.

Witness my name this 25 day of August 1892.
Leopold M. Lauer, Abstractor and Attorney.


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