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From: "Thomas Ridenour" <>
Subject: Re: [ORIGINAL-13] Five Facia Refference?
Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2006 08:31:12 -0600
Could it simply be the name of the tract per the original patent?
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Sent: Sunday, March 05, 2006 12:50 PM
Subject: [ORIGINAL-13] Five Facia Refference?
> Has anyone from this list ever heard of this legal term in the transaction
> of a land sale. The deed is from 1829 in Mifflin County, Pa. John Tennis
> grandson of Abraham Tunes] is grantor. Abraham Lukens is grantee. John
> has two brothers, Stephen & William who have interest in this land.
> sold his interest to his brother John.
> William Tennis sold "Five Facia Refference" by Sheriff to his brother
> I'm assuming William Tennis was still alive, but relocated, or they didn't
> know where he was? Anyone have any insight to this terminology "Five
> Nelson Tennis [7th great grandson of Abraham Tunes]
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