A Deed Between Jonathan DUNK, Saybrook, New London Co., CT.,
& William COCHRANE, Saybrook, New London Co., CT
[Transcribed by Janece Streig]
Saybrook Land Records
Book 6 Page 420
FHL Film #5538
Deed from Jonathan DUNK to William COCHRANE
To all People to whom these presents shall come Greeting, Know ye that I Jonathan DUNK of Saybrook in the County of New London and Colony of Connecticut in New England for ye consideration of Seven Hundred and fifty pounds in Bills of Public Credit of ye old tenor Received to my full satisfaction of Mr. William COCHRANE of ye same Saybrook Have Granted sold and conveyed & by these presents Do give grant bargain sell and confirm unto the said William COCHRAN his heirs & assigns forever One certain Tract or parcel of land Upland & meadow situate lying and being in the Township of Saybrook aforesaid in that part called & known by the name of ye Town Platt containing by Estimation six acres be the same more or less together with ye Mansion House & other buildings thereon standing.
Said tract of land is Bounded North on the Highway: East on the land of Samuel BEAMONT: South partly upon the Cove and partly on the land of widow DUNK and west partly on said Widows land and partly on a small pent-way.
To Have and to Hold the above granted and bargained premises with ye Appurtenances thereof unto him the said William COCHRAN his heirs & assigns forever to his and their own proper use & Behoof.
And also I the said Jonathan DUNK do for myself my heirs executors and administrators Covenant with the said Wm. COCHRAN his heirs & assigns That at and untill ye ensealing of these presence I am well seized of ye premises as a good Indefeasible estate in fee simple & have good right to bargain and sell the same in manner & form as is above written: and that the same is free of all Incumbrances whatsoever: And Furthermore I the said Jonathan DUNK Do by these presents Bind myself & my heirs forever to Warrant and defend the above granted and bargained premises to him the said William COCHRAN his heirs and assigns against all claims and demands whatsoever.
In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the Twenty ninth day of December in the 20th year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second of Great Brittain &c King. Annoque Domini 1746.
Signed Sealed & Delivered
In presence of
Jonathan DUNK. (Seal)
Saybrook December 29th 1746
Mr. Jonathan DUNK the Grantor personally appeared Acknowledged ye above Instrument to be his voluntary act and deed
Before me John TULLY Just Peace.
Received Dec. 29th, 1746
And entered from ye original
Per John TULLY Register.