A Deed Between Enos & Sally SMITH & William W. SMITH
Westbrook, Middlesex Co., CT.,
6 Oct 1853

[Transcribed by Janece Streig]

Westbrook Land Deeds
Volume III, Page 227

To all People whom these Presents shall come-Greetings:

Know Ye, That, We, Enos SMITH and Sally SMITH of the Town of Westbrook, County of Middlesex State of Connecticut-
For the consideration of Five Hundred Dollars received to our full satisfaction of William W. SMITH of the Town of Branford County of New Haven State of Connecticut
Do remise, release and forever QUIT CLAIM unto the said William W. SMITH his heirs and assigns forever, all the right, title, interest, claims and demand whatsoever as we the said Releasors have or ought to have, in or to a certain piece of Land Situated in Said Westbrook near the Nunketesic River and Bounded as follows Beginning at the Highway nearly opposite the House Belonging to Elisha KIRTLAND and others at a stone with which divides the Land hereby conveyed from the Land of Abner KIRTLAND, and running thence South Easterly by Said wall to a ditch in the Meadow thence westerly by said ditch to Land belonging to the Town and used as a publick Landing place thence Northerly by said Land to the Highway and thence by the Highway to the place of beginning Containing one half of an acre (Be the same More or less) with a Dwelling House Standing thereon To Have and to Hold, the premises, with all their appurtenances, unto the said Releasee his heirs and assigns forever so that neither we The Releasors nor our heirs, nor any other person under us or them shall hereafter have any Claim, Right, or Title, in or to the premises, or any part thereof; but therefrom we and they are by these presents forever barred and secluded.
In Witness Whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 6th day of October Anno Domini, 1853

Signed, Sealed, and delivered,
in the presence of

William H. LAY


Middlesex County, ss. Westbrook Oct 6th 1853 Personally appeared Enos SMITH and Sally SMITH his wife, Signers and Sealers of the foregoing Instrument and acknowledged the same to the their free Act and Deed, Before me, William H. LAY, Justice of the Peace.
Received for Record October 6th 1853, and Recorded by Reuben STANNARD Town Clerk.

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