A Deed Concerning the James POST ESTATE , Saybrook, New London Co., CT

[Transcribed by Janece Streig]

Saybrook Land Records
Book 5 Page 157
FHL Film #5538

Deed Regarding James POST's Estate

The foregoing Instrument was approved in ye Court of probate hald at Guilford Jan'y ye 21st 1734/5 & is ordered to be recorded & is accordingly entered on ye Records of said Court Lib'r 3 folio 150 to 153.

Attest Sam'll HILL Clerk.

Received June ye 1st 1736 and entered from the original
Per Sam'll WILLARD Register.
Aprill ye 7th 1735.

Then We ye Subscribers measurers of land for ye proprietors of Oyster River Quarter in Say-Brook laid out for heirs of Mr. James POST Dec'd these pieces of land in said Quarter viz: one piece lying at ye North end of Mr. WORTHINGTON's house lott & bounded Southerly on Common land nine Rods, & 24 rod westerly on their own land & twenty eight rods Southeasterly on highway another piece we laid out on the North side of Es'n BUSHNELL's land near Falls River & it Bounds Southerly there on and is in length from said BUSHNELL's Northwest corner being a black oak in his line to Joseph STANNARD's South east corner which is a white oak %0 rods; thence Northerly 34 rods to a black oak being Joseph STANNARD's Southwest Corner; thence 44 rods by ye highway to the first corner, this is a triangular Piece and all the corners of it aforesaid are marked and stones about them; the other piece lyes on ye North of Francis BUSHNELL's fence & is in length North And South 40 rods & in width east and west 36 rods & bounds west on ye highway & every way else on Common land ye Southwest corner is a heap of stones ye norwest corner is a black oak ye southeast corner and northest corners are Wallnut trees all which trees are marked & stones about them which pieces contain fifteen acres wanting fifty rods and is laid out for a fifty pound Right in ye division next preceeding ye last agreed on.

By us

Sam'll JONES

Rec'd March 8th 1737 and entered from the Original-
Per Sam'll WILLARD Register.

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