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Question About Deed Records
Posted by: Nancy (ID *****4515) Date: July 16, 2002 at 13:23:47
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I have started doing some research with deed records. On the Index of Deeds I see the abbreviations: "&al" and "&ux". Does anyone know what these mean? I am sure a lot of the transfers have to do with the settlement of estates as they are within the family, sometimes up to twenty years after the person died. Sometimes on the Grantor side it will just have "ux".

I thought "&al" might mean "and all" but it just names one of the children. Would this mean, that child and all the other siblings are included? It seems that although there were five siblings, only the son and one of the daughters are mentioned.



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