A Deed Between Thomas SPENCER, Saybrook, New London Co., CT.,
& Samuel NORTON, Saybrook, New London Co., CT

[Transcribed by Janece Streig]

Saybrook Land Records
Book 6 Page 478

Deed from Thomas SPENCER to Samuel NORTON

Know all Men by these presents that I Thomas SPENCER of Saybrook in the County of New London and Colony of Connecticut in New England for the consideration of the sum of Seven punds ten shillings in Currant bills of credit of the old tenor received to my full satisfaction of Samuel NORTON his heirs & assigns forever One hundred & forty seven pounds four shillings Right in Lot contains two hundred Twenty six acres.

To Have and to Hold the above granted & bounded premises with the appurtenances thereof unto him the said Sam'll NORTON his heirs & assigns forever to his and their own proper use and behoff.

And also I the said Thomas SPENCER do for myself my heirs executors & Administrators Covenant with the said Sam'll NORTON his heirs & assigns That at and untill the ensealing of these presents I am well seized of the premises as a good Indefeasible Estate of Inheritance in fee simple and have good right to bargain & sell the same in manner and form as is above written And that the same is free of all incumbrances whatsoever & furthermore I the said Thomas SPENCER do by these presents bind myself & my heirs forever to Warrant & defend the said Right in and to said Lot unto him the said Samuel NORTON his heirs & assigns against all claims and demands whatsoever.

In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this 16th, day of July in the 22nd of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George ye Second of Great Brittain &c. King Anno Domini 1748.

Signed Sealed and delivered
In presence of
Michael HILL

Thomas SPENCER (Seal) Saybrook July the 17th 1748.
Personally appeared the above named Thomas SPENCER & acknowledged This Instrument to be his deed
Before me Jed CHAPMAN Just of the Peace

Rec'd October 4th, 1748-
And entered from ye original,
Per John TULLY Register

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