A Deed Between the Town of Saybrook, New London Co., CT.,
& The Heirs of Samuel STANNARD, Saybrook, New London Co., CT

[Transcribed by Janece Streig]

Saybrook Land Records
Book 3 Page 151

Land laid out to the heirs of Sam'll STANNARD

March ye 7th 1720

Then we ye Subscribers laid out for ye heirs of Sam'll STANNARD late of SayBrook Dec'd one piece of land in Oyster River Quarter in the Township aforesaid at a place called Drye Swamp lying lying in ye Northwest of Abraham POST's House ye land at the South and Northend is forty two rods in Breadth & on both sides North & South Seventy Eight rods ye Southeast Corner is a Red Oake tree North East corner are Chestnut Trees all which trees are marked with S.S. & stones layed at the roots of them it bounded at each end & on east side upon Common land not laid out within the boundaries afores'd there is twenty acres & 76 rods but it lyes but for twenty acres & is laid out upon a fifty pound Right which was originally Collonell George FENWICK Esq & laid out as fourth Division land which Division which was agreed on to be 40 acres to ye 100 pound Right layed out by us ye day aboves'd.


Rec'd ye 7th of Aprill 1720

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