A Deed Between The Proprietors, Saybrook, New London Co., CT.,
& The Two Youngest Sons of William BUSHNELL, decd., Saybrook, New London Co., CT
[Transcribed by Janece Streig]
Saybrook Land Records
Book 6 Page 384
Deed from the Proprietors to The Two Youngest Sons of William BUSHNELL, Dec'd
March 16th, 1736/7: Then we the subscribers Measurers of land for the Proprietors of Oyster River Quarter laid out to ye heirs viz: the two youngest sons of William BUSHNELL late of Saybrook, Dec'd Eight acres of land in said quarter in the Township of Saybrook, on the North side of their Pine Swamp land, and bounded South 36 rods on said swamp lot and East 40 rods on their land last before this laid out and West 40 rods & North 28 rods both on Common land. The Northeast corner is a heap of stones; the Southeast a white oak tree which are the Northwest & Southwest Corners of their last Division, before this and the Southwest corner a Chestnut tree which is the Norwest Corner of said swamp lot. Which eight acres with what has been this day laid out to ye other proprietors is their portion in all the divisions as yet agreed on by the proprietors of said quarter.
Laid out by us
Rec'd Dec. 3d. 1746 and entered from ye original,
Per John TULLY Register.