Peter Rench - public sale
Will be sold, at public vendue, on Wednesday, the 26th instant (September) at the dwelling House of Peter Rench, one wagon and gears, one cart, one Sleigh, one Windmill, three horses, eight head of cattle, a quantity of wheat and rye in stacks, hay, a quantity of corn in the fields, one still, still cap & two still worms, two cooling tubs, a number of hogsheads and other articles necessary in a Still house - Second Crop on the Meadow, Potatoes in the ground and a number of other articles: Also Peter Rench's right or life Estate in the land where he resides, seized and taken as the property of said Peter Rench, to satisfy rents due to David Denwiddie and Isabella Downey; one fieri facias from the General Court at the suit of John Wister, jun. and two fieri facias from the County Court of Washington County, at the Suits of Richard Maris and Alexander Clagett. Sale to begin at 10 o'clock A.M.
September 18, 1804
See Distress for rent, 1804
Western Maryland Room, Washington County Free Library
Published in Maryland Herald and Hagers-Town Weekly Advertiser
Rochester, Nathaniel; Jails, Washington County (Md.)
Washington County, (Md.), 1804-1806