A Deed Between John CLARK, Saybrook, New London Co., CT.,
& John POST, Saybrook, New London Co., CT

[Transcribed by Janece Streig]

Saybrook Land Records
Book 4 Page 460
FHL Film #5537

Deed from John CLARK to John POST

Know all men by these Presents That I John CLARK of Say Brook in the County of New London & Colony of Connecticut in New England for & in consideration of one yoke of Oxen fifteen pounds in value Do by these presents give grant, sell & transfer unto John POST of s'd Say-Brook one parcel of land lying & being in s'd Say Brook containing fourteen acres abutting bounded & Described as in ye bill of Survey Dated June ye 1st 1732 entered at large upon the Records of ye s'd Town of Say Brook.

To Hold ye said granted Premises with all ye appurtainances to him ye said John POST his heirs executors administrators Do Covenant with ye said John POST that at the ensealing of this Instrument I am lawfully seized of the above granted Premises & have full Power to grant sell &c in ye forme aboves'd & furthermore with ye s'd John POST his heirs & assigns for myself heirs executors administrators Do Covenant Promise & Ingage ye same above granted premises forever to Warrant and Defend.

In Witness I have set hereto my hand & seal this 19th Day of December 1732 & in ye sixth year of George the second of Great Brittain France & Ireland King

Samuel LYNDE
William TULLY

John CLARK (Seal)

Major John CLARK personally appearing in Saybrook this 19th day of December A.D. 1732 acknowledged the above Instrument to be his act & Deed
Before me Sam'll LYNDE Assistant

Received ye 4th day of January 1732.
& Entered from yr Original
Per Sam'll WILLARD Register

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