A Deed Between Daniel WORTHINGTON, Colchester, Hartford Co., CT.,
& Temperance WORTHINGTON, Saybrook, New London Co., CT
Land Records, Volume 7, Page 491
Saybrook, Middlesex, Connecticut
Family History Library Film #5539

Entered June ye 26th 1759

To all People to whome these presents Shall Come, Greeting. Know Ye that I Daniel WORTHINGTON of Colchester in ye County of Hartford in the Colon Connecticut In New England; for the Consideration of two hundred & twenty pounds Lawfull money Received to my full Satisfaction of Temporance WORTHINGTON of Saybrook in ye County of New London & Colony afores'd Do give grant, bargain Sell, & Confirm unto the s'd Temperance WORTHINGTON her heirs and assigns forever the following Tracts or parcels of land Lying in the Township of Saybrook The first piece is the home Lot with ye house barn & all the buildings thereon Standing that Lately belonged to the Rev'd William WORTHINGTON deceased Containing by Estimation about twelve acres more or Less and is bounded according to ye Deed thereof on Record - Also a piece of Salt mead'w Lying at a place called ye Hawks Nest Containing four acres ore or Less bounded according to the former deed thereof on Record. Also a tract of Land Lying North of Gideon DENISON's house Containing about Thirty Acres more or less, and is bounded according to ye former deeds & Survey bills thereof on record Preferance thereunto being had. To have and to hold the above granted & Bargained premises with the Appurtenances thereof unto her ye s'd Temperance WORTHINGTON or heirs and Assigns for ever to her & their own proper Use, and Behoof. And Also I the Said Daniel WORTHINGTON so for my Self and my heirs Executo's & Administrators Covenant with the s'd Temperance WORTHINGTON her heirs and Assigns, That at and untill ye Ensealing of these presents I am well Seized of the premises as a good Indefeasible Estate in fee Simple; and have good right to bargain, and Sell ye Same in Manner and form as is above Written; And that ye Same is free of all Incumbrances whatsoever, And furthermore I the said Daniel WORTHINGTON do by these presents bind my Self and my heirs forever to Warrant & Defend ye above granted & Bargained premises to her the s'd Temperance WORTHINGTON heirs and Assigns against all Claims & Demands Whatsoever. In Witness whereof I have hereunto Set my hand & Seal the 22d day of June In the 32d year of ye Reign of Our Sovereign Lord George the Second of Great Britain & c. King Annoque Domini 1759

Signed Sealed & Delivered in Presence of


Hartford County ss: Colchester June 22d AD 1759 Then personally appears M'r Dan'll WORTHINGTON the grantor of & Signer ? the above Written Instrument & Acknowledged the Same to be his free act and Deed Before me John WATROUS Jus'ts Peac's

Rec'd June ye 26th 1759 & Entered from ye original [per] John Tully Reg'r

[Transcribed by Janece Streig]

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