A Little Legalese
habendum clause (həb-ben-dəm) 1. The part of an instrument, such as a deed or will, that defines the extent of the interest being granted and any conditions affecting the grant ◘ The introductory words to the clause are ordinarily _to have and to hold_ — also termed _to have and to hold clause_.— Bryan A. Garner, editor, Black’s Law Dictionary, 8th edition, (St. Paul, Minn.: Thomson/West, 2004), 728.
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Category Archives: Family Findings
Jack Franklin was kind enough to pass along this photo of my gg grandfather Dr. Alexander Allan Staats and his wife, Margaret Summers. Dr. A.A. Staats was born 3 Apr 1838 in Freeport Twp, Harrison, OH. Now that I think … Continue reading
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<div class=\"postavatar\"></div> I just learned that the application I submitted for the First Families of Ohio lineage group was accepted. The First Families of Ohio requires that you prove each generation back to an ancestor who lived in Ohio prior … Continue reading