A deed 30 years old and shown to come from a proper custody and having nothing suspicious about it is an “ancient deed” and may be admitted in evidence without proof of its execution. Havens v. Seashore Land Co., 47 N. J. Eq. 305. 20 Atl. 497; Davis v. Wood. 101 Mo. 17. 01 S. W. 095

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