A Deed Between Jude WRIGHT, Hebron, Hartford Co., CT.,
& James WRIGHT, Saybrook, New London Co., CT

[Transcribed by Janece Streig]

Saybrook Land Records
Book 5 Page 163
FHL Film #5538

Deed from Jude WRIGHT to James WRIGHT

Know all men by these present that I Jude WRIGHT of Hebron in the County of Hartford and Colony of Connecticut in New England for a valuable Consideration to me in hand paid before ye ensealing hereof by James WRIGHT of Say-Brook in the County of New London to my full satisfaction have given granted remised Quitted Claimed and confirmed & by these presents Do freely fully and Absolutely give grant remise relese Quit-claim confirm unto him the said James WRIGHT his heirs & assigns forever all the right title interest claim & demand which I had now have or which my heirs executors or administrators in time to come can may should or anywise ought to have or claim of in or to a crtain tract or parcel of land scituate in Say-brook aforesaid it lying by the dividing line between Killingworth & Saybrook & is bounded as follows, viz: at the Northwest it is bounded by ye River commonly called Manunteeset & from thence running Southerly by ye Country road six rods to a stake with stones about it, from thence it runs Southeast or thereabouts thirty two rods where there is another stake with stones about it, and from thence it runs a little more Eastwardly to a Chestnut tree that standeth in ye dividing line between Say-Brook and Killingworth the distance between ye said stake and tree is about Eighteen rods & y from ye aforesaid tree it runs Southerly one hundred & twenty four rods to a small Wallnut tree marked on two sides, the East & North & from thence it runs Easterly Sixty eight rods to a stake with stones about it by ye Meadow side, thence it continues a streight line to the River where there is a stake by ye mouth of a small creek that runs into the river, and esterly & Northerly it is bounded with ye aforesaid river & Meadow of ye said James WRIGHT & Westerly & Southerly by ye Common highway and upland & meadow formerly belonging to James WRIGHT Grandfather to the abovesaid James WRIGHT it being the same commonly known by the name of the hundred and twenty acres.

To Have and to Hold the granted and released Premises with the appurtences privileges & commodities to ye same belonging or in anywise appertaining to him ye said James WRIGHT his heirs and assign forever to his & their ownly proper use Benifit & Behoof forever free and clear freely & clearly without any manner of reclaim challenge or cotradiction of me ye said Jude WRIGHT my heirs executors or administrators without any account reckoning or answer thereto to be given rendered or done in time to come to me or them so ye said Jude WRIGHT my heirs executors nor administrators nor any other person or persons for me or them shall or will at any time hereafter have claim challenge or demand ye said released premises or any part thereof or therefrom shall be utterly excluded and forever Debarred by these presents.

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 12th day of January A.D. 1736/7.

Note ye meaning of the word valuable consideration is Ninety pounds

Signed sealed & Delivered
In presence of
Rob't BATE

Jude WRIGHT (Seal)

Killingworth January ye 13th 1736/7.
Then and there personally appeared ye within named Jude WRIGHT & acknowledged ye signing & sealing of ye within written Instrument to be his free act & deed,
Before me, Abrah. PIERSON Just of Peace.

Rec'd Jan'y 15th 1736/7 & entered from ye original
Per Sam'll WILLARD Register.

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