A Deed Between Thomas DIBBLE, East Haddam, Hartford Co, CT.,
& Josiah DIBBLE, Saybrook, New London Co., CT

[Transcribed by Janece Streig]

Saybrook Land Records
Book 6 Page 415

Know all men by these presents that I Thomas DIBBLE of East Haddam in the County of Hartford & Colony of Connecticut in New England for and in consideration of the sum of ten Pounds Currant money which I have Received of my Brother Josiah DIBBLE of Saybrook in the County of New London and colony abovesaid Have Granted Released and Quitted Claim & by these presents Do freely & Absolutely grant release & quit-claim unto the said Josiah DIBBLE of the Town of Saybrook & County of New London and Colony aforesaid and his heirs forever the one half of my right and title to all lands in Saybrook which do or may accrue to my by virtue of a deed from Ebenezer HARPER of Mountserat in the West Indies.

To Have and to Hold said granted and Released premises with all and Singular the appurtances priviledges & Commodities thereof to him the said Josiah DIBBLE his heirs &c. forever to his and only proper use benefitt and behoof forever so that I the said Thomas DIBBLE nor my heirs nor any other person in my or their names right or stead shall henceforth have Challenge or demand any Right Estate title or interest in or unto the premises or any part or Appurtenance thereof myself & every of them shall be utterly excluded & debarred by these presents.

In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this Seventeeth day of Aprill in ye 20th year of his Majesties Reign A.D. 1747.

Signed sealed and delivered in presence of
Sam'll CLARK Sr.

Thomas DIBBLE (Seal)

Saybrook April 17th, 1747.
Then personally appeared Thomas DIBEL the Grantor & Acknowledged ye above Instrument to be his free act and deed
Before me, John TULLY Just Peace.

Received April 17th 1747
And entered from ye original per John TULLY Register

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