A Deed Between Joseph POST, Saybrook, New London Co., CT.,
& Stephen POST, his brother, Saybrook, New London Co., CT

[Transcribed by Janece Streig]

Saybrook Land Records
Book 3 Page 151

Deed from Joseph POST to brother Stephen POST

The Land of Stephen POST

To third parts of an Hundred Pound Wright in the Town Commons which descended to him from his father.

Know all men by these presents that I Joseph POST of SayBrook in ye County of New London & Colony of Connecticut in New England Husbandman for a valuable Consideration to me paid Have given & Do by these presents freely & absolutely give grant sell convey and confirm unto my brother Stephen POST formerly of SayBrook with all ye Rights Members & Properties to ye same belonging, To Have and to Hold all and Singular ye s'd Right of land & all ye appurtainances priviledges & conveniences to ye same belonging to him ye s'd Stephen POST his heirs & assigns forever to his & their only proper use Benefit & Behoof forever & I ye said Joseph POST Do Covenant Promise & Grant to & with ye s'd Stephen POST his heirs & assigns that I am ye sole and lawfull owner of ye s'd granted & bargained premises & that he ye said Stephen POST his assigns that he ye said Stephen POST his heirs & assigns shall & may henceforth & forever hereafter by force & vertue of these presents have hold use possess & Injoy ye same without any ejectment disturbance or Incumbrance whatsoever in ye like good Possession him s'd Stephen POST his heirs & assigns I ye said Joseph POST Do Oblige myself my heirs executors & administrators to Warrant Secure & forever Defend, In Witness whereof I have set my hand and seal this 5th of March 1720

Signed Sealed & Delivered
in presents of
Nicholas MARSON

Joseph POST {Seal}

SayBrook March ye 5th 1720
Then & There personally appeared the above named Joseph POST & acknowledged this Instrument to be his act & deed Before me Dan'll Taylor Justice of ye peace & Quaram.

Rec'd ye 5th of March 1720

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