SAYBROOK LAND RECORDS, BOOK 1
PAGES 241-260

[Transcribed by Janece Streig]




Saybrook Land Records
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May ye 25: 1708 Samuell CHALKER Jun'r the mark he puts on his Cattle is an half penny on the underside of the near ear & a slite on each side of the same Ear.

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July ye 21st 1711. The mark that Joseph CHAPMAN will put on his Cattle for the future is a Crop on the near eare & a slitt on the upper side of the same.

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Entered Feby 14, 1765. The mark that John LEWIS puts on his Creatures is a slope on the underside of the offe or right eare

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May: 1711 Thomas STARKIE the mark he puts upon his Cattle is a slitt on the upper side of the offe eare. Thomas STARKIE ye son of ye above Thomas STARKIE now takes the above mark of his fathers to be his mark March 12th 1757.

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November ye 9th 1714, Mr. Samuell LYNDE see cause to later the mark he puts upon his Cattle it being already taken up & the mark which for the future he will putt upon his Cattle is a swallows Taile on the near eare and a half peny on each side of the same.

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March ye 5th 1714/5 James JORDAN the mark he puts on his Cattle is a crop on the Top of the near ear & an half penny on the upper side of the same Ear.

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April ye 15th 1715. Joshua GLADEN the mark he puts upon his Cattle is a hole through each ear. Joshua GLADEN Relinquished the above mark see page 263.

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May 18: 1715 Daniell PRATT the mark he puts upon his Cattle is a Crop on the Top of the offe Ear & an halfe Crop on the under side of the near Ear.

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December ye fourth 1717 Sam'll LYNDE that he may Destinguish his Cattle from other Cattle doth resolve notwithstanding all that hath bin hitherto written that for the future he will fairly marke them with a swallows Taile on the Top of the near Eare and a hole in the same ear.

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December 1729, the mark which Sam'll LYNDE Esq. will use for ye future is a swallows Tail on ye near ear only & Mr. Joseph LYNDE relinquishes his former mark & will use for ye future a swallows tail & a hole in ye near ear.

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Feby 10, 1759 The above mark of a swallows tail in the near ear only now Entered to ye present Sam'll LYNDE.

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The lands of John WHITTLESEY

Bought of Richard RAYMOND one percell of meadow land lying & being on the north cove in Say-brook, Containing three acres and a quarter be it more or less Bounded on the east by the great River on the north by a ditch and the west by the same ditch comming about and on the South by the north side of Robert BULL's meadow with the priveledges and appurtenances thereunto belonging us more fully doth appear by a deed of sale under the hand and seal of said Richard RAYMOND and Elizabeth his wife bearing date March, the 21st day 1677 and by them acknowledged to be their act and deed April the 3d before Robert CHAPMAN Commissioner

2 Bought of Simon HUNTINGTON of Norwich one percell of upland lying and being in the Southwest corner of Potopauge quarter containing Twenty acres lying in length Seventy seven rod northwest & southeast and in breadth at the northwest and twenty eight rods at the Southeast end fifty six rod and is bounded on the South-west side by a highway that runs between the land & the mill pond, on the north west side by the Commons upland on the north east side by a ledge of Rocks on the Southeast side by the common by the common upland with the priviledges and appurtenances there unto belonging as more fully doth appeare by a deed of sale given under the hands of s'd Simon & Sarah his wife bearing date the seventeenth of June 1679, and by the s'd Simon acknowledged to be his act and deed June the 19th 1679, before

James FITCH Commissioner

3. Bought of Samuel BEAMONT
Five Acres of land lying & being in the uper division of lots in tillies point plaine belonging to Say-Brooke being the upermost lot disposed of in that division & therefore bounded northward by the lots that are not disposed of And bounded eastward by the ferry-mens boggs, South ward by the lands formerly Samuell JONES, And westward by the highway or common with the privilleges and appurtenances thereunto belonging as more fully doth appeare by a deed of sale April the tenth Annoque Domini 1633, and by him acknowledged to be his act and deed

Before Robert CHAPMAN Assist.

4-Bought of John TILLETSON five acres of land lying and being in tillies point plaine belonging to Saybrook being bounded north by John PRATT black-smith East by Mr. Richard RAYMOND, South by Nicholas MASON, And west by the Kings highway with all the appurtenances there unto belonging as more fully doth appear by a deed of sale given under the said John TILLETSON his hand & seale bearing date February the sixth 1683, and by him acknowledged to be his act and deed Before Robert CHAPMAN Assist

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Entered March ye 86h 1724, The mark that Joseph STANNARD Jun'r puts on his Cattle is an half Crop on ye uperside of each Ear & an half penny on ye under side of each ear.

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June 12th 1761 Then the above mark was taken by Joseph STANNARD son to the above named Joseph to be his marke

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The lands of John WHITTLESEY

5 Bought of John TULLEY Five acres of land lying and being in tillies point plaine belonging to Saybrooke being the ninth lot from the ferry highway in the upper divission of five acres lots in that plaine. Bounded northward with the land of John WHITTLESEY Eastward with the ferry-mens boggie meadow South ward with the land laid out for John CLARKE, And westward with the common with the privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging as more fully doth appeare by a deed of sale given under the said Jno TULLEY hand and seale bearing date the eleventh day of December 1683, and by him acknowledged to be his act and deed Before Robert CHAPMAN, Asst.

6-Bought of James FITZGERALD and Elizabeth his wife eight acres of meadow land (be it more or less) lying & being at a place called Tillies point belonging to Saybrooke being bounded eastward with the meadow land of William LORD. Southward to a creek west-ward to the meadow land of Abraham POST, An northward to the common meadow, now the meadow of Thomas NORTON - with the priviledges & appurtenances thereunto belonging as more fully doth appeare by a deed of sale given under the said James FITZGERALD & Elizabeth his wife their hands and seals bearing date the fifty day of December Anno Dom: 1687. And by them acknowledged before Jno CHAPMAN Justice of peace for New London County.

7. Bought of the town of Say-Brooke all that land scituate lying and being at the north end of Tillies point plaine belonging to Saybrooke Bounded northward by a creek and westward by a piece of boggie meadow belonging to potopauge quarter to Saybrooke but taketh in no part of said boggs. And at the southwest corner by the common adjoineth to the lore end of a brooke that runneth by said WHITTLESEY's own land which was given to him by the town. And eastward by Deacon DUDLEY's boggie meadow given to him by the town & by a Cove that divided said land from the north end of tillies point with all the privileges & appurtenances there unto belonging as more fully doth appear by a deed of sale given under the hands of John CLARKE Mr. Robert CHAPMAN & Dea. William PARKER the Committee chosen by the town to sell said land to said WHITTLESEY unto which deed of sale there hands and seals being set bearding date the eight of April 1696, and by them acknowledged to be their act and deed

Before me Nathaniell LYNDE Commis'r

Said WHITTLESEY is to allow the pent highway that goes downe to the Cove as is upon record as attest John TULLEY who was at the laying out of said lands

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The mark that James CLARK puts on his Cattle is a half crop on ye under side of ye offe Ear & an halfe penny on ye fore side of ye same year.

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Entered Nov 9th 1763, The mark that Reuben CHAMPION puts on his creatures is a crop of the near ear and three slits on the under side of the offe ear.

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The lands of Daniel POST

Received of his Brother Stephen POST Administrator of the estate of his father Abraham POST late of Saybrook deceased in part his portion due him form that Estate March 2d 1694/5.

Imprimis-1-The one half of the meadow lying on the Island over against the land that was sometime Richard EDGERTON's that said Abraham POST bought of Edward CODNER as appears upon record in folio 50 of this book-

2-As also the one half of the warehouse standing on the north side of the town platt by the north cove with the one half of the land belonging there unto as appears upon record folio 52, of this book.

3-And also two Acres of meadow lying and being in the meadow called and known by the name of Tillies point meadow together with a hundred pounds Right in the oxpasture.

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March the 8th 1794/5

The lands of Daniel POST, and Jordon POST Bought of Lieut. John CLARKE in Oyster River quarter belonging to Saybrook-

Being a certaine tract or parcell of land containing by estimation fifty acres be it more or less lying and being at a place called Israels plaine bounded according to that quarter Records viz: on the South east corner with a Chestnut tree, on the Southwest corner by a Wallnut tree: also one parcell of land about three quarters of a mile north from the fores'd land containing by estimation Thirty acres be it more or less-bounded north on Lewis JONES his land and soe runs according to the said quarter Records, To have and to hold all the aforesaid lands woods, underwoods meadows commonages and appurtenances whatsoever belonging to the aforesaid lands unto the said Daniell and Jordan POST there heirs executors administrators or assigns forever as more fully doth appeare by a deed of sale given under the said Lieut John CLARKE his hand and seale bearing date with this record and acknowledged to be his act and deed before me Nathaniell LYNDE Commis'r

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1718-December ye 3d ye mark which Caleb PRATT puts on his Cattle is a crop on ye off ear and a halfpenny under each ear.

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Entered Nov'r 12th 1751-The mark that Josiah WRIGHT puts on his Creatures is two holes in the near ear and a slitt from the upper hole to the end of the ear.

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Entered June 5th 1771, The mark that Peter PRATT puts on his Creatures is a Tenant on the neer ear and a half penny on the underside of the same and a half penny on the undersides of the off ear.

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March 1694/5

The Lands of Jordan POST Received of his brother Stephen POST Administrator of the Estate of his father Abraham POST lat of Say-Brooke deceased in part of his portion due to him from that estate.

Imprimis The one half of the meadow lying one the Island over against the town that said Abraham POST bought of Edward CODNER as appears upon record in folio 50 of this Booke

2-As also the one half of the warehouse standing on the north side of the town platt by the north Cove with the one half of the land belonging thereunto as appears upon record in folio 52, of this Booke

3-And also fourteen Acres of land lying and being at paddaconk within the bounds of Say-Brook as appears upon record in folio 86 of this Book.

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Entered January 21st 1733/4-The mark that Daniell DENISON puts on his Cattle is a crop on ye off ear & a slitt in the Crop.

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Entered Aprill 22, 1734. The mark yt Ebenezer PLATTS puts on his Cattle is a swallows tail on ye offe Ear & two swallows tails or a W cutt out of ye Top of ye neer ear

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The mark that George WILLARD puts on his Cattle is a W on the near ear Entered Dec. 12. 1741.

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Entered March 14th 1745. The marke that Elias TULLY puts on his creatures is an half Crop on ye upper side of ye neer ear. & an hole in the offe ear.

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Entered March 14, 1745. The mark that Sam'll TULLEY puts on his Creatures is an half Crop on ye underside of the neer ear and a hole in ye off ear

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Entered May 15th 1751 The mark that Jedidah KELSEY puts on his Creatures is a half penny on the underside of the neer ear or left ear and a hole in the off ear and a slitt cutt from ye hole to the under side of said off ear.

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Entered May 16th 1762-The mark that Nathan SOUTHWORTH puts on his creatures is a slitt on the under side of each ear--

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At a special Court holden at Saybrook March 25, 1690,

Lieut. Samuel JONES presenting to the Court a nuncupative Will of his Brother in Law Samuell BUSHNELL deceased together with an Inventory of s'd estate which was exhibited in Court accepted proved and ordered to be recorded, and this Court grants power of administration to Lieut. Samuell JONES with the nuncupative will annexed and as to the agreement made between the husband of the sisters of the deceased and presented to this Court this Court approved of the same and ordered it to be recorded.

May 2d 1696. extracted out of Court Records

[symbol for per] Daniell WETHERELL County Clerk.

Hartford June 30: 1696. A true Copie of the above written acct as it was exhibited in the Gener'll Court may 14, 1696 and remains upon file

Test Eleazar KIMBERLY Secretary.

At a general Court held at Hartford May 14th 1696. John BUSHNELL Appeals to this Court form the Judgment of the Court of Assistants May 11th 1696, by which Judgment of the said Court did award to the said John BUSHNELL fiftie pound to be paid to him out of the estate of his uncle Samuell BUSHNELL deceased by the administrator of said uncles estate and not more This Court confirmed the Judgment of the said Court of Assistants
A true Copie extracted out of the records &c
[symbol for per] me Eleazar KIMBERLY Secretary.

A Court of Assistants held at Hartford May 11th 1696.

This Court having been adjourned and met againe according to the adjournment & having heard the Complaint of John BUSHNELL for that he hath not been satisfied with the settlement of Samuell BUSHNELL's estate the Court having heard and Considered the same doe find that sayd BUSHNELL did inform mr. BUCKINGHAM of his minde about the dispose of his estate but by apportion of Publick did not goe thorow it and also by Testimonie of Jos: LEE & Samuell JONES do find that he did give sayed John BUSHNELL something toward helping him out of his Intanglements all which the Court having considered doe Judge that Samuell BUSHNELLs mind & will was to give somewhat Considerable to his Nephew John BUSHNELL as to be soe considerable as might give him some help out of his Intanglements but not mentioning the sume & the sisters having tendered him Thirty pounds we doe determine they shall make it up fifty pounds to be paid by the administrator & by him raysed in proportion on the whole estate to be payed n good currant pay of the Country.

Extracted out of the Court records July the 2d 1696.
[symbol for per] John ALLYN Clerk.

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Entered the 14th May 71, The mark that Hubbal STEVENS puts on his Creatures is a crop of the neer or left ear & a slitt in the underside of the same and a swallows tail in the off ear--

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1696, July 17. The Lands and houseing & Grist mill that belonged to Samuell BUSHNELL now in the possession of Lieut. Samuell JONES the Administrator as aforesaid is as followeth:

Imprimis 1st The Grist mill-2d the Dwelling House 3d the little out house and the barn.

4-Forty acres of upland with the orchard and Twelve acres of Meadow adjoining thereunto being bounded Northward with the highway or Common Westward by the mill stream and Southward by the Creek that runs into oyster river and eastward by the Creek that runs through the dam and by John BUSHNELL's meadow

5. Nineteen acres of upland at paddaconke

6. A hundred pound right in the oxpasture.

7. A two hundred pound right in the town Commons.

8. A two hundred pound right in Oyster River quarter.

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Joseph INGHAM his deed of Gift to his son Ebenezer INGHAM.

To all people &c I Joseph INGHAM of Saybrook in the County of New London and Colony of Connecticut weaver send Greeting, know ye that I the said Joseph INGHAM for and in consideration of the natural love and affection which I have and bear to my loving son Ebenezer INGHAM of Saybrook aforesaid as also for other good causes and considerations me there unto especially moveing. Doe by these presents give, grant, assigns, make over and confirm unto my said loveing son Ebenezer INGHAM the one half of all my buildings viz: of my dwelling house, new house barn and lentos with actual and legal possession of the same in Say-Brook, together with the one halfe of all my land viz: upland and meadow in the township of Saybrooke aforesaid with the one half of all the fences and all other accommodations thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining equal in quantity and quality with his Brother Samuell INGHAM unto whom I give the other halfe except that land at Paddaconk said son Ebenezer INGHAM one fifth part of that land left me by Joshua Sachem. To have and to hold the one half of all the said buildings now in actual possession forever, and the half of my said lands under present Improvement and after my decease all and singular the above granted premises with the rights priviledges advantages and appurtenances unto them belonging unto the said Ebenezer INGHAM his heirs executors administrators and adding, to his and their own proper use and behoof, always Provided that the said Joseph INGHAM have the benefit and quiet enjoyment of my now lodging roome and the shop, while I am Capable to worke there and be comfortably provided for Provisions during the term of my life and whether I should live with my son Samuell or Ebenezer then the other to pay towards my Diate and accommodations five pounds in Currant pay [symbol for per] annum or more if necesity by a long sickness or weakness calls for more to be expended as his halfe or proportion, and to purchase and deliver to my youngest son John INGHAM soe much land at Petaconke as to make up my lott given to him with my son's Samuells complement. Thirty acres, and further to give to said John one ox and one cow when he comes to age: I further give to my said son Ebenezer INGHAM one Carbine and back sword with my saddle and furnature with one plow chaine and plow and plow Irons & half the cart and in Consideration that I the said Joseph INGHAM doe now give and deliver up actual and legal possession possession of all and every the above mentioned premises and appurtenances viz: half of all my buildings and the half of all my lands & c for my

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Loving son Ebenezer INGHAM, It is to be understood that it is in consideration of my weakness and infirmities and also that my said son Ebenezer shall pay his equal proportion with my son Samuell in all necessaries viz: as well lynen wollen fit and Convenient for my garments, as Provisions &c for my own person during my natural life and also pay the one halfe of my funeral charges and whereas my two sons Samuell and Ebenezer INGHAM hath already purchased sixteen acres of land at Pataconke aforesaid of Stephen DEWOLFE of Lyme to make up my son John INGHAM's land Thirty acres understand in that the land is poor and mean which they have bought in consideration whereof my said Samuell and Ebenezer INGHAM their heirs executors or administrators shall pay to my said son John INGHAM when he becomes to age more than the sixteen acres Two pounds a piece in money or three pounds apiece in Currant Country porvission pay and these two parcells of land with the four pounds in money or six pounds in provisions pay with two oxen and the two cows not exceeding nine years old with the fifty part of Joshua's land free of all charge with one my guet an Razor shall be in full of his portion, and the whole of what I see cause to give him

In Witness whereof I the said Joseph INGHAM have hereunto in the presence of these witnesses given actual and legall possession of all and every the above mentioned premises and for Confirmation, have sett to my hand and seal this sixty day of August Anno Domini One thousand seven hundred 1700

Signed Sealed and delivered
As well as possession as this Instrument in presence of us
Samuell JONES Senior
Stephen POST

The mark of Joseph INGHAM [line]

Saybrook the 6th of August 1700, Joseph INGHAM personally appeared and acknowledged the abovesaid Instrument to be his voluntary act and deed before me
Daniell TAYLOR Justice

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Know all men by these presents that I John EDGERTON of Norwich in the County of New London in ye Colony of Connecticut do hereby assign authority constitute and in my stead and place do put appoint and Depute my friend Joseph EDGERTON of ye same Norwich to be my true and lawfull attorney for me & in my name and to my own proper use benefit and behoof to ask demand and require sue for Recover & Receive all my Right Title & Interest of and unto all ye lands of what sort or kind so ever they be which of Right are belonging unto me as I am heir to my Hon'ed Grandfather Richard EDGERTON his estate within the Township of Say-Brook in ye County of New London abovesaid & by these presents I ye said John EDGERTON do give grant unto my said attorney full & whole and lawfull power to bargain sell all or any of my Right in said Township of Say-Brook or Lyme & deeds to sign or quit-claim or Receipt as I could do if I myself were personally present, Ratifying and allowing for firm & effectuall all that which and whatsoever my said attorney shall lawfully do or cause to be done in my name or otherwise by force hereof.

In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this 3rd day of March 1719 & IN the fifth year of his Majesties Reign

John EDGERTON (Seal)

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Signed Sealed and delivered
In ye presents of us
Joseph POST
Samuell GRISWOLD

Norwich ye 4th day of March 1719.

John EDGERTON ye subscriber personally appeared & freely acknowledged ye above written Instrument to be his own act & deed before me
Richard BUSHNELL Justice of ye peace
Received March ye 6th 1719.

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The Lands of William BUSHNELL junior granted to him by the Inhabitants of Say-Brooke and laide out to him by the towne measurers March the 16th 1690/1

Being a Certain percell of land lying and being in tillies point plaine or therwise called or lnown by the name of the round hill plaine belonging to Say-Brook containing four & twenty acres of land Bounded northward with the land of David PARKER Eastward with the meadow land of Zachariah SANFORD, Southward with a pent highway that goeth downe to the meadow and westward partly by a highway, and partly by the lands of Stephen BUSHNELL & Joseph PARKER, which percell of land lyeth in length northward & Southward eighty rods, and in breadth eastward 7 westward eight and forty Rods, The highway that is aforesaid land is partly bounded upon Westward is four Rods wide and so continues that breadth while it comes into the Country highway that goes to the ferry.

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To all whome these presents shall come know ye that Caleb SEWARD and Lydia his wife of Guilford in the County of New Haven in the Colony of Connecticut as well for and in Consideration of the full and just sume of twenty one pounds of Currant pay of New England to them before their sealing and delivery hereof well and truly in hand payd and satisfied to content by the said William BUSHNELL of Say-Brooke the receipt whereof they doe hereby acknowledge and thereof and there from do acquit and discharge the said William BUSHNELL of Say-Brook his heirs and assigns by these presents, as for divers other good causes and considerations them thereunto moving have & either of them hath and by these presents doe & either of them do the grant bargain sell alien enfeof confirm and make over to the said William BUSHNELL of Saybrook in the County of New London his heirs and assigns for ever a piece or parcell of upland lying and being at Saybrook in or by a place called the old oxpasture as it is now bounded, easterly by the highway Southerly by Thomas DUNK's land westerly by the said William BUSHNELL's land Northerly by land of John SEWARD that is to say Seven acres of upland be it more or less with all and singular the priviledges advantages benefits appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining to have & to hold the same unto the said William BUSHNELL his heirs & assigns as his & their own proper lands and inheritance forever without any manner of former & other gifts, grants bargains sales all & all manner of let trouble molestation cumbrances or disturbance of or by them or any other person or persons by or under them or either of them or by their act means or procurement and that free & clear and freely and clearly acquitted & other gifts, grants, bargains sales mortgages jointers dowrys & wills & incumbrances whatsoever.

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In Witness whereof the said Caleb SEWARD & Lydia his wife have set to their hands & seals dated the fifty day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand six hundred ninety & one.

Sealed & delivered in the
Presence of
William WELLMOT
John HILL

Caleb SEWARD (Seal)
Lydia SEWARD (Seal)

December 25th acknowledged before
Andrew LETTS Assist.

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To all whome these presents shall come know ye that John SEAWARD and Abigail his wife of Guilford in the County of New Haven in the Colony of Connecticut as well for and in Consideration of the full sum of nine pounds of Currant pay of this Colony to y'm before ye sealing and delivery hereof well and truly in hand paid and satisfied to content by the said William BUSHNELL of Saybrook in the County of New London the receipt where of they doe hereby acknowledge and thereof & there from do acquit the said William BUSHNELL his heirs and assigns by these presents, as for: divers other good causes & considerations them unto moving have and either of y'm hath and by these presents doe and either of them doth grant bargain sell alien enfoeff confirm and make over to the said William BUSHNELL his heirs & assigns for ever a piece or parcell of upland containing three acres be it more or less lying & being at Saybrooke at or by a peace called the old oxpasture it is now bounded that is easterly by the highway Southerly by William BUSHNELL land now purchased of Caleb SEAWARD Westerly & Northerly by the land of the said William BUSHENLL's that is to say 3 acres be it more or less of upland with all and singular the preveledges advantages benefits appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining, To have and to hold the same unto the said William BUSHNELL his heirs & assigns as his and their own proper lands and Interland for ever without any manner of let trouble molestation hinderence or disturbance of or by them or any other person or persons by or under them or either of them or by their act means or procurement and that freede & cleared & freely & clearly acquitted exonerated & discharged of an from all & and all manner of former & other gifts grants bargains sales mortgages jointers dowreys wills Intanglements and incumbrances whatsoever, In Witness where of the said John SEAWARD and Abegail his wife have hereunto put their hands dated the sixth of March in the year of our lord one thousand six hundred ninety and one

Sealed & delivered
In the presence of
William WILLMOTT
John HILL

John SEWARD (Seal)
Abigail SEWARD her X mark (Seal)

John SEAWARD and Abigail his wife appeared before me the 25th of December 1691, and did acknowledge the above writing to be their free act & deed Andrew LEETE Assist.

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May 5th 1801-William BUSHNELL the mark he puts on his cattle horses swine & sheep is a half peny cut out on each side of the off ear, June ye 20th 1713 Then William BUSHNELL son to William BUSHNELL aboves'd Desired to have the mark aboves'd that was his fathers Recorded to him.

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Entered August ye 6th 1733. The mark that Nehemiah PRATT puts on his Cattle is two half cups on ye neer ear an halfpenny on ye underside of ye off ear.

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Entered April 3d 1761 The mark that Isaac CHAPMAN puts on his Creatures is a crop of the neer ear under a slitt in the crop and a half penny on the underside of the off or right ear.

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Deed from Richard LORD to Thomas AVERY

Know all men by these presents that I, Richard LORD of Hartford in the Colonie of Connecticut in New England merchant doe by these presents for myself my heirs executors Administrators and assigns and for every of us for and in Consideration of the sum of Two hundred and sixty pounds Currant and lawfull money of New England to me Secured by obligation at and before the ensealing and delivery of these presents by Thomas AVERY of New London in the Colony of Connecticut in New England aforesaid the receipt whereof I doe hereby acknowledge and myself therewith fully satisfied and contented and of every part hereof doe hereby acquit and discharge the said Thomas AVERY his heirs executors administrators and assigns for ever by these presents Have given granted bargained sold aliened enfeoffed & confirmed and by these presents doe fully & absolutely give grant bargain sell alien enfeoff & confirm unto the said Thomas AVERY his heir executors administrators and assigns for ever all that my Right tytle Interest and propriety that I now have or ever had in or to all and every part & parcel of a farme lying within the bounds or township of Saybrook at a certain place called or known by the name of Pochauge within the bounds of lands called Oyster River quarter I say all my absolute and real right in and unto all & every of the parcell of upland and meadow arable lands mowing grounds, woodlands outlands commonages together with all buildings Houseings fencing & other priviledges commodities & appurtenances there unto belonging or anyways appertaining which are mentioned in the within written deed folio 127: 128: 129, or which of right doth belong or appertaine to any part or parcel thereof by any Division fence made or to be made according to order of said town of Say-Brook or Oyster River quarter and are by s'd deed under hand and seal of William LORD conveyed to John COLLINS Cordwainer of said Say Brook by him passed in like state to Richard LORD my father late of Hartford deceased and also all deeds writings and evidences whatsoever touching & concerning the premises only or any part or parcel thereof: To have and to hold the said parcells of land mentioned in the within Deed as see folio 127-128 and 129 with their apuprtainces as they are stated and bounded by Record or deed of Conveyance to William LORD late of Saybrook and by him passed to the above named John COLLINS with all other the above granted premises unto the said Thomas AVERY his heirs executors administrators and assigns for ever and I the said Richard LORD for myself my heirs executors & administrators do hereby Covenant and grant to & with the said Thomas AVERY his heirs exe'rs adm's and assigns that he the said Thomas AVERY his heirs exec'rs adm's and assigns shall & may by force and vertue of these presents from time to time & at all times forever hereafter lawfully peaceably & quietly have hold use occupy possess & enjoy the above granted premises with their appurtenances free & clearly discharged from all manner of former or other gifts grants bargains sales mortgages Joynters Dowries troubles & incumbrances whatsoever committed or done or suffered to be done by me the said Richard LORD my heirs or assigns and also that I the said Richard LORD my heirs or assigns and also that I the said Richard LORD my heirs or assigns shall and will from time to time and at all times forever hereafter Warrant and Defend the above granted premises with their appurtenances and very part and parcel thereof unto the said Thomas AVERY his heirs executors adm's and assigns against all & every person & persons whatsoever any ways lawfully claiming or demanding the same or any part there of by from or under me or by my means or procurement.

In Witness whereof I the said Richard LORD have hereunto set my hand and seal at SayBrook the 5th day of June one thousand six hundred ninety six

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Signed Sealed & delivered
In presence of us
Peter BAUKLEY
Daniel TAYLOR

Richard LORD

June 6th 1696, Mr. Richard LORD personally appearing acknowledged the above written to be his act and deed before
Richard LYNDE Com'r

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March ye 24th 1717. John ATWELL the mark he puts on his Cattle of all sorts is a hole in the ofe ear & an half penny on the under side of the near ear January ye 11th 1708/9 John ATWELL altered the half penny to ye upper side of the near Eare.

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April ye 1st 1707 Caleb JONES the mark he puts on Cattell of all sorts is two notches on the Top of the near Eare & an half penny on the under side of the ofe or Right ear

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April ye 18th 1707. Thomas JONES the mark he puts on his Cattell of all sorts is a Crop on the Top of the ofe ear & an half penny on ye upper side of the near ear.

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April ye 3d 1708 Lieut Abraham CHALKER the mark he puts upon his Cattell is a Crop on the near ear & an half penny on the under side of the same ear, and the Brank he puts upon his horses is A.C. upon the near Buttock.

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Nov'r 17 1713-Samuell BUSHNELL Jun'r The mark he puts upon his Cattell is three half pennys on the near or left ear two on ye under side & one on ye upper side.

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January ye 19th 1713/14 Abraham Andrews the mark he puts upon his Cattell is a Crop on ye top of the ofe ear and a half penny on the fore side of the same ear.

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April 1716. The mark that Daniell D. PRATT puts on his Cattell is a crop on ye top of the offe Ear the mark which was recorded to him in folio 24, did belong to another.

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March ye 12th 1717/8 The mark John CHAPMAN puts on his Creatures is a Crop on the off Ear and in the upper side of ye same and his brand for his horses is C on the near or left Buttock.

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Entered April ye 16th 1723. The mark that Peter MURDOCK puts on his cattle is hole in ye off ear & an half penny on the upper side of the neer Ear & the same that is recorded to John ATWELL on ye top of this leaf & is now by him relinquished.

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Saybrook Land Records
Book 1 Page 253

Know all men by these presents that John BUSHNELL of Saybrook in the County of New London and Collony of Connecticut for a valuable Consideration Received from and of my kinsman William BUSHNELL of Say-Brook aforesaid whereof I, acknowledge myself fully satisfied contented and paid have bargained & sold enfeoffed and confirmed and doe by these presents bargain sell enfeoffe & confirm unto the William BUSHNELL a certain percell of upland and boggie meadow being found upon record to be twelve acres of upland and three acres of meadow be it more or less lying & being in the field commonly called the plating field in Saybrook and is now bounded eastward with the land of Captain John CHAPMAN Westward with the land of William & Sam'll BEAMONT, Northward with the land the meadow land of James & Elizabeth FITZGERALD and Southward with the highway, from me the said William BUSHNELL his heirs executors Administrators and assigns forever, To have hold occupie possess and quietly enjoy the aforesaid Twelve acres of upland and Three acres of meadow with all and singular the priviledges and appurtenances there unto belonging or in any waise appertaining with out let hinderence trouble or molestation either by me or any for me or in my name I doe also hereby further engage to clear the aforesaid lands from all former bargains sales contracts mortgages or other incumbrances before the date hereof.

In Witness whereof I have hereafter set my hand & seal this seven & twentieth day of April one thousand six hundred & ninety two alias 1692

Signed Sealed & delivered
In the presence of us
John TULLEY senior
Jonathan HOUGH

John BUSHNELL (Seale)

July 2d 1696, John BUSHNELL personally appearing acknowledged that the above written to be his act and deed
Before Nath'll LYNDE Comis'r

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This Indenture made the 27th day of March in the ninth year of his majesties Reign King William of England &c Between Lieut. Sam'll JONES of Saybrook in County of New London and Colony of Connecticut in New England, of the one part and William BUSHNELL of Saybrook in the County and Colony aforesaid Carpenter one the other part Witnesseth that the said Samuell JONES for and in Consideration of the sum of Two pounds the greater part of which being paid to Samuell BUSHNELL late of Say-Brook deceased in Consideration for one hundred pounds Right in the land called by the name of the oxpasture in Saybrook aforesaid and upon the payment of the Remainder of the two pounds which I doe hereby acknowledge to have Received of the said William BUSHNELL and being allowed made and confirmed by all the Courts in this Colony aforesaid heir to the estate of said Samuell BUSHNELL Dec'd doe by power of my heirship bargain sell, give grant alien enfeoffe and confirm to the said William BUSHNELL his heirs executors administrators and assigns the said hundred pound Right in the said land called the oxpasture formerly engaged unto him by the said Samuell BUSHNELL Dec'd together with all priviledges advantages profits commodities Rights and benefits thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaing to his and their sole and only use benefit and behoof for ever.

In Witness whereof I and for confirmation of the premises I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year above written Annoque Domini 1697

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Saybrook Land Records
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Signed Sealed & delivered
In the presence of us
Sam'll LORD
Daniell TAYLOR

Samuell JONES Sen'r (Seal)

July 31st 1697, the aboves'd Ltt Samuell JONES Acknowledged this Instrument to be his act and deed before Nath'll LYNDE Com'r

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Entered Feb. 12th 1753, Parker JONES the mark he puts on his Creatures is a half penny on the underside of the neer or left ear, & 2 half penny on the under side of the offe Ear or Right ear & 2 half pennys on the underside of the offe ear.

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I promise to pay unto Mr. Dan'll BUCKINGHAM the sum of four pounds ten shillings & nine pence allso to Lieut. PRATT the sum of two pounds fourteen shillings & six pence allso to John MAULTBIE ye sum of Six pounds ten shillings allso Sam'll BEAMONT ye sum of fourteen shillings all said sums is upon account of Abner PARKER, In Witness where of I have set my hand

Saybrook Jany ye 5th 1724/5

Joseph BLAGUE

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Entered June 12th 1732 The mark that Benjamin GRAHAM putts on his Cattle is a half Crop on the uperside of ye ofe Ear & two half pennys on ye uperside of ye neer Ear & two halfe pennys on ye upper side of ye neer Ear.

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Entered April 30th 1735, The mark that Hezakiah POST puts on his Cattle is a swallows tail on ye offe ear & an half penny on the forside of ye same ear & a slitt on ye top of ye neer ear.

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Entered April 30 1730 The mark that Stephen POST puts on his Cattle is a crop on ye neer ear & a swallows Tayl on ye off ear & a half peny on ye foreside of ye same.

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Entered Feb 25th 1762. The above mark of Stephen POST is now taken by Daniell POST. This mark was another mans Stephen being moved out of town and therefore relinquished by POST.

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Saybrook Land Records
Book 1 Page 255

Whereas the Hon'd Major General John WINTHROP doth lay claim to a Cedar Swamp near twelve mile Island by virtue of an agreement of the general court of Connecticut to Governor WINTHROP the tenth of March one thousand six hundred sixty three, when s'd Swamp the Inhabitants of Saybrook have also laid claim unto as supposing the s'd Swamp to be within their first grant of eight mile bounds, yet notwithstanding the s'd Inhabitants of Say-Brook have at a full town meeting further considered the matter and have appointed Mr. John CHAPMAN and John CLARK in their name and behalf to treat with the said John WINTHROP and make full issue and agreement about the title to the s'd swamp.

These are therefore to certify all whom it may concern that it is agreed and determined by us the above mentioned for and in behalfe of the s'd town of Saybrook their heirs and assigns that the said John WINTHROP shall have hold possess and enjoy the s'd Swamp to him his heirs and assigns forever according to the grant of the General Court. And wee doe in behalf of the s'd town relinquish all Right Title and Interest, that the said town may or can lay to the s'd Swamp excepting rift Timber for Clabboards and Shingles for the proper use of the Inhabitants of the town of Saybrooke but not to sell or transport to any other Person.

And the said John WINTHROP doth for himself his heirs and assigns agree with and promise unto s'd John CHAPMAN and John CLARKE that the Inhabitants of Saybrook there heirs and successors for ever have and shall have liberty at any time when the have occasion to cover their buildings to get Cedar Clabbords and Shingles out of the said Swamp for their own building within the township of Saybrook but not to sell or transfer to any other person or persons In Confirmation here of we have interchangeably set to our hands and seals this fourth day of May Anno Dom one thousand six hundred eighty eight Annoq Regne Regis Jason &c

Signed Sealed and delivered
In the presence of
Gurdon SALTONSTALL
Thomas LORD

J WINTHROP (Seal)
John CHAPMAN (Seal)
John CLARK (Seal)

May 26 1688 at a town meeting the above written Covenant was approved and excepted by the Inhabitants of Saybrook.

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Saybrook Land Records
Book 1 Page 256

Marriages Births &c

Ebenezer PARKER and Mary SMITH were married each to other September 3d 1694

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Entered ye 24th of December 1733. The mark that Ambrose WHITTLESEY puts on his Cattle is an half Crop on ye upper side of the near ear.

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Entered April 22, 1754. The mark that Sam'll PRATT the 2d Puts on his Creatures is a slitt in the end of the neer or left ear and a slope on the upper side of the offe ear.

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Stephen WHITTLESEY and Rebekah WATERUS were married ech to other the 14th day of October 1696.
Stephen WHITTLESEY there son was born the 25th day of Setpember in the year 1697 & died the 14th day of Febraury 1705/6
Their daughter Rebekah was born the 20th of November the year 1701
Their daughter Sarah was born the last day of August 1704
Samuell their son was born ye 18 of July 1710
Ambrose their son was born the 13th day of January 1712/13

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Entered April 27 1759. The mark that Jabez CHALKER puts on his Creatures is a Crop of the near ear and a slitt in the Crop and a half penny on the upper side of the same.

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The marriage and Children of Samuell INGHAM.
Sam'll INGHAM and Rebeckah WILLIAMS were married each to the other the 3d of November 1686.
1-Sam'll INGHAM their son was born the 14th of March in the year 1687/8 And deceased the 19th of April 1688
2. Rebeckah INGHAM their daughter was born the 13th of December 1689
3. Sarah INGHAM their daughter was born the 14th of December 1692
4. Joseph INGHAM their son was born the 29th of June 1696?
5. Samuell INGHAM their son was born the 28 of July 1697
6. Hannah INGHAM their daughter was born the last day of Feb'r 1699/1700
7. Thomas INGHAM their son was born the 24th Day of September 1702
8. Their Daughter Abigail was born the 17th Day of September 1705
9. Their Son Daniel was born ye 4th day of May 1710

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Entered May 2, 1764. The mark that Ebenezer BELDING puts on his Creatures is a swallows tail on the Right or offe ear and a hole in the near ear.

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Saybrook Land Records
Book 1 Page 257

Know all men by these presents, That I Abimeleck JOSHUASON, son of Joshua Sachem late of Say-Brook in the Colonie of Connecticut, divers considerations me thereunto moveing and especialy for and in consideration of one hundred pounds in lawfull currant money partly in hand received and the rest to my satisfaction secured have bargained for sold and conveyed unto Tho BUCKINGHAM senior and Jno CLARKE both of Say-Brook in the Colonie of Connecticut all my lands given mee by my Father lying & being between the lands given unto Say-Brook men by my late father Joshua and Neppamucke path, and as it is expressed and described in the last will and Testament of my late father Joshua and the mape bareing date with the s'd will, together with all the privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging except only so much as I have by deed of gift already conveyed away to them their heirs executors administrators and assigns to have hold injoy possess without let or molestation from any man for ever and unto the truth hereof I doe bind myself and my heirs and assigns forever as witness my hand & seal the 26th October 1697.

Signed Sealed & delivered
In presence of
David BULL
Samuell BEAMONT

Abimeleck JOSHUASON (Seal)

Say-Brook October 26th 1697.
Abimeleck JOSHUASON acknowledged the above written to be his act and deed Before Nath'll LYNDE Com'r.

Memoranda

Whereas Abimeleck JOSHUASON hath by a deed of sale bearing gate here with all sold unto Tho BUCKINGHAM senior and John CLARKE of Say-Brook a certain tract of land lying betweent he land given by Joshua Sachem to Say-Brook men in his last will & Neppermuch path & as expressed and described in the will and mappe under the hand and seal of s'd Joshua. Be it known that the meaning is that if the s'd BUCKINGHAM and CLARKE shall alienate the whole tract of land then after such sale or alienation the said sum of one hundred pounds mentioned in the deed of sale is payable upon demand. And if they shall dispose of my part of the said lands then to be accountable to said Abimeleck JOSHUASON according to what the sell and receive. And in case the alienate no part of the land and do see cause to desire the s'd lands into his own hand that then the the deed of sale to be resigned and made voide hee paying to them or unto their heirs what he shall be found to be indebted to them and either of them and that is the true meaning of the contract between the parties above mentioned is declared to and in behalf of our heirs executors administrators and assigns as Witness our hands and seals this 26: October 1697

Signed Sealed and delivered
In presence of us
David BULL
San'll BEAMONT

Abimeleck JOSHUASON (Seal)
Tho BUCKINGHAM (Seal)

Saybrook October 26th 1697.
Abimeleck JOSHUASON Mr. Tho BUCKINGHAM & Lt. John CLARK, Acknowledged the above written to be their act and deed
Before Nath'll LYNDe Comis'r

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Saybrook Land Records
Book 1 Page 258

Marriages Births & Deaths

John PRATT and Hannah WILLIAMS were married each to the other the 10th day of November in the year 1697.
Elizabeth PRATT their daughter was born the 20th of March Anno. 1698:

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April ye 19th 1718 Phillip KIRTLAND the mark he puts upon his Cattle is a Crop on each ear and a slitt in each Crop The above mark of Phillip KIRTLAND his son Abner KIRTLAND takes to be his mark for his Creatures now entered to said Abner July ye 2d 1767.

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Entered ye 28th of February 1723/4 The mark that Mr. James LORD puts on his Cattle is two slitts in ye Near Ear & a Crop on ye off ear.

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Entered October 23, 1745 The mark that Prince DOANE puts on his Creatures is a Crop on the Off ear & a hole in the same and a half crop on the fore side of the near or left ear now June ye 3d 1768 Prince DONE takes this mark of his father to be his mark for his Creatures-

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Samuell CLARKE, and Mary KIRTLAND were married each to other the 14th day of December in the year 1699

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Entered 29th Jany 1749/50. The mark that Jeremiah LAY puts on his Creatures is a crop of the near Ear & a half peny on the underside of the near or left ear

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Entered April 11th 1751 The mark that Gideon JONES puts on his Cattle is a crop of the near ear & a half penny on the under side the same & a crop off the offe ear and a half penny on ye under side that year.

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Entered April 11th 1751. The mark that Gideon JONES Jun'r puts on his Creatures is a Crop of the near ear & a half penny on the under side the same and a slitt in the end of the off ear---

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Simon LARGE and Hannah LONG were married each to the other the 24th day of January in the year 1699/700
Hannah LARGE their daughter was born the 6th day of January in ye year 1700/701

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Entered April 30th 1746. The mark that Isaac ATWOOD puts on his Creatures is two slitts in ye end of ye off or Right ear.

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Entered May 15th 1749 The mark that Gideon CHALKER puts on his Cattle is a crop off the near ear and to have pnnys on the upper side of the Right or off ear---

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Entered May 21, 1768. The mark that John DENISON the 2d puts on his Creatures is a swallows Tail on the neer or left ear & a half penny on the underside of the same and a half crop on the under side of each

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Saybrook Land Records
Book 1 Page 259

Saybrook June 1, 1687.

Whereas some difference hath risen between John PARKER & William PARKER in Refference the settling some of the lands of their Father's William PARKER late of Saybrook, for the removing of the present and preventing future trouble between themselves or theirs after them, These presents do witness an agreement between the partys above mentioned

Imprimis, The s'd John PARKER doth engage in behalf of himself and his heirs forever that sufficient security shall within the first convenient season & soe from time to time be afforded unto William PARKER, executor and his heires as aforesaid against all claims in the law by any of the heirs of Robert PERINGOE late of Lime upon the two acres of land formerly belonging to the said PERIGOE and now possessed by David PARKER in his home lot: and for which the said John PARKER doth affirm that his late father did enjage to him the said John PARKER that he should have on acre of upland joined to the lot of the said John PARKER which lot is on the west side of the farme lot of the said William PARKER late of Saybrooke.

Item _ the said William PARKER doth by these presents for himself his heirs and forever make over unto the said John PARKER and his heirs for ever the quantity of ten acres of upland at the point of land commonly called PARKER's point and doth engage with the first Convenient season to give and from time to time and at all times to afford unto the said John and his heirs sufficient security in order to his and their quiet proportion of the said lands without molestation for ever,

Item - the said William PARKER doth by these presents make over to the said John PARKER and his heirs for ever one acre of the farme lot in the west side next adjacent to the lot of the said John PARKER and one acre of meadow lying in the meadow on the east side of or eastward of the said farme lott to be by them in joyed quietly for ever only it is to be understood always that in case of the entailement mentioned in the last will & testament of William PARKER late of Saybrook prove to be effectually interested with limitation unto but one halfe of the farme and appurtenances then this two acres one of upland and the other of meadow to be reputed a part of that halfe which proveth to be free and the other full half of the farme and appurtenances to continue under the entailment And in that case the said entailment cometh to be effectually interpreted to comprehend the whole farme and appurtenances and by the providence of God the said granted lands that is the whole farme & appurtenances come to passť from the family of said William unto the said John or his family and so, according to the said last will of the said William PARKER late of Saybrook then the above said ten acres of land shall be by the said John or his heirs fully & freely made over and confirmed unto the said William his successors & assigns for ever And the premises as before mentioned to be a full and final Issue of all differency between the parties above mentioned and their heirs successors and assigns forever any pretense or reason or seeming right unto the contrary notwithstanding and that the premises shall be performed in each and singular the parts there of by the parties above mentioned and their heirs forever and and be accounted, and Impowered as a full and final Issue of all differencies respecting the premises is witnessed by the interchangeable affixing their hands & seals this day and year above written

Signed Sealed and delivered in presence of us
Tho. BUCKINGHAM
John TULLY

John PARKER (Seal)
William PARKER (Seal)

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Saybrook Land Records
Book 1 Page 260

Say Brook Jany ye 26th 1725/6

Then the mare in the custody of James LORD Jun'r of a bay colour, Branded with W on ye neer Shoulder & SI on the neer buttock & [two small circles, one atop the other] on the off buttock was apprised by us the subscribers at four pounds money. Daniell LORD Sam'll WILLARD

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Entered April 22d 1769 The mark that Jeremiah KELSEY puts on his Creatures is a Crop of the neer ear and a half penny on the underside of the same and a swallows tail in the end of the off or right ear-

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February ye 5th 1694/5
At a meeting of the Committee for the examining and passing to each person their rights in the town commons of Say brooke

First Capt. John CHAPMAN was examined and there was passed to him as followeth By his honored father 200 and by himself 100 and by Mr. FITCH 200, & by Arthur BRANCH [BRAUCH] 50 and by Nicholas MASON 50 [Total] 600

To the Rev. Mr. THO: BUCKINGHAM by Jeri: PECK 100 by Lieut Tho: TRACY 150 by Wm. BACKUS 150 [Total] 400

To Mr. Nath'll LYNDE 1,000

To John KIRTLAND which was Mr. ELDRED's right 250

To Deacon Francis BUSHNELL his successors 150 and by William HYDE 200 out of Which Tho. NORTON hath 25 [Total] 325

To John WHITTLESEY senior by the ferry 50, by Daniell RAYMOND 100 By a grant from the town 50, by the MARVIN's 200 by the WALLER's 50 [Total] 450

To John PARKER senior in right of his father William PARKER 100 and in his own right 100 [Total] 200

To Ensign John PRATT in the right of his father 150, and of his own right a hundred [Total] 250

To Deacon W'm DUDLEY by the ferry 50 by a grant from the town 50 by Simon HUNTINGTON 50 [Total] 150

To Deacon William PARKER 100 in right of his father [Total] 100

To Joseph PARKER 100 in right of his father by Mr. ELDRED [Total] 100

To John TULLEY by John DENISON 150 and by Robert LAY 50 which makes 200 one hundred where of came from John POST and the other hundred was Christopher HUNTINGTON's [Total] 200

To John BULL senior 200 in right of Francis GRISWOLD [Total] 200

To Sergent William LORD in his own right [Total] 100

To Lieut John CLARK in right of his grandfather 200 and in right of his father 100 and in right of Greenfield LARABY 100 and by John LAY late of Saybrook deceased 300 and by Mr. Tho BIRCHARD 100 and by the WALLER's 100 [Total] 900

To Stephen POST deceased and his successors [Total] 250

To Stephen POST n right of his father Abraham POST [Total] 50

To Lieut. William BUSHNELL his successors [Total] 150

To Richard BUSHNELL deceased [Total] 100

To William BEAMONT in his own right 150 & by Mr. JARRAT 50 [Total] 200

To William LORD deceased his successors [Total] 200

To Benjamin LORD by a deed of sale from his brother William LORD his right being [Total] 100

To Thomas NORTON in right of Dece. Francis BUSHNELL [Total] 25

To Thomas DUNK deceased in right of Robert WADE [Total] 100

To John BIRCHARD [Total] 100

To David BULL in right of his father Capt Tho BULL [Total] 100

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