|1835 - Feb. 21 - first land survey of Union township. Was a part of Aub-be-naub-ee's Reservation|
|1872 Plat Map of Section 27|
|1876 - Plat Map Section 27 There were no names on the Plat map|
|1880 - Plat Map Section 27|
|1898 -- Wm. Daggitt||<|
|1900 Biological Survey Map|
|1908 Plat map - 1908 --
1908 - C. E. Daggett
|This Indenture witnesseth, that I William H Dagget (unmarried) of Marion county in the
satate of Indiana convery and warrant to Cornelia O. Daggett and Sada D Allen as joint tenants
and to the survivor of them of Marion county, in the State of Indiana for the sume of Three
hundred fifty dollars and the following real estate in Marshall county, in the State of Indiana,
All of my right title and interest in the property describe as follows:
|This Indenture withesseth, that Jessie E. Daggett, unmarried; Robert P Daggett and
Caroline E. Dagget, his wife of San Joaquin County state of California convery and warrant to
Mary Lyon Taylor of Marion county in the state Indiana for the sum of Seven hundred fifty
(750) dollars the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, the following real estate in
Marshall county in the state of Indiana towit:"
The conveyance is subject to taxes for 1912 which will become due in 1913.
Grantors recite that the are identical with the parties named in a certain deed from said Robert P. Dagget and Caroline E. Daggett to said Jessie E. Daggett of date 22nd day of Octobert 1907 recorded in Record 76 at page 52 of the records of said Recorders Office
In witness whereof the said Jessie E. Daggett unmarried and Robert P Dagget and Caroline E. Daggett his wife have hereunto set their hands and seals this 21st day of January 1913.
|This indenture witnesseth that we, Cornelia O. Dagget and Sada D Allen both unmarried and over
twenty-one years old of New Haven county in the State of Connecticut convey and warrant to Mary L
Lyon of Marion county in the State of Indiana for the sum of Fivfteen hundred dollars the following
Real estate in Marshall county in the state of Indiana to-wit:
In witness whereof the said Cornelia O. Daggett and Sada Allen both unamarried have hereunto set their hands and seals this 13th day of January A.D. 1913
1920 - Aug 4 - Mrs Edward Taylor has recently bought the ten vacant lots lying between
her cottages and Hickory Crest the summer place of George Sherman and has placed them
on the market.
Also by 1922 plat map the lotd are marked Lots 14-25; that being 12 lots; there is at this time another lot in between the last VanShoaik subdivision lot #25 labeled Craig and the Sherman property now labeled as Eva Sherman.
|The description pre the deed:
It is expressly agreed and understood of by and between the grantors and the grantee herein that it is intended by this Deeed of Conveyance that the grantors are conveying to the grantee a strip of ground in Section Twenty-seven (27) township Thirty-Two (32) North of Range One (1) East in Marshall County,Indiana, fronting on Lake Maxinkuckee, which strip of ground is Ninety (90) feet wide facing Lake Maxinkucee and Ninety (90) feet wide on the rear of said strip facing an alley wenty (20) feet wide, which strip of ground is one hudred and seventy (170) feet long on the north line and is One hundred forty (140) feet long on the south; being a part of the real estate conveyed to the grantor Mary L Taylor by Jessie E. Daggett, and others January 21, 1913 as recorded in Deec Record 82 at page 105 and also a part of the ground conveyed to the grantor Mary L Taylor by Cornelia Daggett and Sabie D Allen January 13 1913 as recorded in Deed Record No. 82 at pg. 104
In witness whereof the said Mary L Taylor and Edward Taylor her husband, have hereunto set their hands and seals this 10th day of January 1921;
|1922 Plat map - Shows the Mary L Taylor property|
|The Description by the deed at this time:
A part of section twenty-seven (27) in township thirty-two (32) North of range one (1) East, described by metes and bounds as follows:
As a part of the above consideration the purchasers assume the payment of the 1924 taxes against said real estate payable in the year 1925 and the payment of a certain morgage of three thousand dollars ($3, 000,00) given by the said grantors herein to the State Exchange Bank of Culver, Indiana on March 17th, 1924 and duly recorded in the mortage records of Marshall county Record 92, pages 170-171.
In witness whereof, said Chellah B. Sideler and Fred W. Sideler, her husband have hereunto set their hands and seals this 21st day of October A.B. 1924
1932, Jaunary 5 - Relocation of East Shore Lane.
|Deed was to Bernice K. Blacklidge, Richard H. Blacklidge & Elizabeth B. Newell as
joint tenants and to the survivor of them.|
Commencing at an iron pipe at the Northeast corner of Lot No Fourteen (14) in VanShoiack's subdivision No. Three (3) in Lot Twp (2) of Section Twenty-Seven(27), Township Thirty-Two (32) North, of Range One (1) East; thence West in a straight line One Hundred Forty (140) feet to the Meader Line of Lake Maxinkukee; thence North three (3) degrees East a distance of Ninety (90) feet to the southline of Lot No Seven (7) VanSchoiack's Subdivision No. One (1) in said above Section; thence east along the south line of said Lot Seventy (7) to the West line of Lot Four (4) Rice's Subdivision; thence southwesterly along the west line of Rice's subdivision to the pont of beginning
Also, Lot Number Four (4) in Rice's Subdivision of Lot Twp (2) in Section Twenty-Seven, Township Thirty-Two (32) North, Range One (1) East, Marshall county Indiana.
Also, That portion of Lout Number Two (2) in Section Number Twenty-seven (27) Township Number 32 (32) North Range One (1) East of the Second Principal Meridan, bounded on the South by Center Section Line of Section Twenty-Seven (2), Township Thirty-two (32) North, Range One (1) East; on the East by the Public Highway; on the North by the same Highway; and on the West by the Alley on the East boundary of "VanSchoiack's Subdisision". All in Union Township
This conveyance is made free and clear of all liens and ecumberances, except the taxes due and payable in the fall of 1948 and thereafter, which grantess assume and agree to pay.
In witness whereof, the said Edith B. Rice, unmarried and over age of twenty-one years, and Carol M. RIce, unmarried over the age of twenty-one year.s
Have hereunto set their hands and seals this 2nd day of August 1948
Edith B. Rice
Carol M. Rice
Effective date: February 2, 1972|
Richard H. Blackidge & Elizabeth B. Newell and to the survivor of them
Commencing at an iron pipe at the Northeast corner of Lot No. Fourteen (14) in VanSchoiack's Subdivision No. Three (3) in Lot Two (2) of Section Twenty-Seven (27), Township Thirty-Two (32) North of Range One (1) East; thence West in a straight line One Hundred Forty (140) feet to the Meander Line of Lake Maxinkuckee; thence North three (3) degrees East a distance of Nintey (90) feet to the South line of Lot No. Seven (7) VanShoiack's Subdivision No. One (1) in said above section; thence East along the South line of said above section; thence East along the South of said Lot Seven (7) to the West Line of Lot FOur (4) Rice's Subdivision to the point of beginning.
Also, Lot Number Four (4) in Rice's Subdivision of Lot Two (2) in Section Twenty-seven (2), Township, Thrity-two (32) North, Range One (1) East, Marshall county, Indiana. EXCEPTING the following described tract: Beginning at the Northeast Corner of Lot Four (4) of of Rice's SUbdivision in Original Lot Two (2) in Section Twenty-Seven (27), Townhsip Thirty-Two (32) North, Range One (1) East, Marshall County, Indiana; thence South along the East line of said Lot Four (4) Fourteen and Seventy-eight...