Westerly, Rhode Island Deeds Vol. 7

FHL film #940224

Note: sellers and buyers are yeomen of Westerly unless otherwise stated.


First page called 10, Peter Davis & Mary his wife to Jedediah Davis, Oct. 16, 1745. Witnesses: John Witter Jr. and Isaac Saunders.

Page 11, Edward Saunders & William Babcock appointed by General Assembly to sell land of Edward Larkin; sold to John Larkin, Oct. 25, 1745. Witnesses: Silas Greenman and Nathaniel Lewis.

Pages 12-13, Edward Bleaven & Freelove his wife to James Bleaven Nov. 20, 1745. Witnesses: Thomas Edwards, Wm. Lake, Martha Borden and Freelove Saunders. Quit claim deed by James Bleaven to Edward Bleaven, Jan. 27, 1745/6. Witnesses: Samuel Clark and W. Babcock.

Page 14, Edward Bleaven, eldest son and heir at law of Edward Bleaven Late of Westerly, yeoman, Deceased, to James Bleaven, ... House & Tenament ... 100 Acres Jan. 27, 1745/6. Witnesses: Samuel Clark and W. Babcock.

Page 15, John Curtain of Newport, quit claim to Edward Bleaven & Freelove his wife, Nov. 19, 1745. Witnesses: Thomas Edwards and Wm. Lake.

Pages 16-17, John Larkin & Sarah his wife, son of Roger Larkin, to Hezekiah Collins of South Kingstown, Nov. 16, 1741. Witnesses: William Clark Jr. and Caleb Church.

Page 18, William Champlin and Oliver Babcock, both of Westerly, being the Sole heirs of the 5 Purchasers which purchased a Tract of Land Lying in Westerly of an Indian called ___ (other purchasers were Wm. Vaughan, Robert Stanton, John Fairfield, Hugh Mosure and James Longbottom) June 29, 1660 ... and Capt. Isaac Thompson Late of Westerly Deceased having in his life time and Equal Right .... Dec. 9, 1742. Witnesses: Stephen Willcox, William F___ (French?).

Page 19, Stephen Babcock & Anna his wife to Joshua Babcock, May 1, 1747. Witnesses: Joseph Stanton and Silas Greenman.

Page 20, Joseph Pendleton of Westerly to Nathaniel Lewis, Jan. 23, 1751/2. Witnesses: John Holmes and Elias Thompson.

Page 21, Thomas Sisson and James Bliven ... Dividing Line ... Witnesses: John Dodge and George Babcock Jr.

Page 22, Joseph Loveless & Elizabeth his wife of Westerly to John Mackearter of South Kingstown, 1746. Witnesses: Joseph Rannalls and Nathaniel Lewis.

Page 23, Renalds Burden (Borden) of Westerly to Wm. Davis of Westerly. Witnesses: John Witter Jr. and John Davis.

Pages 24-5, John Hoxsie & Anne his wife to Joseph Hoxsie of Charlestown, Feb 9, 1744/5. Witnesses: Job Irish and Stephen Hoxsie.

Page 26, William Hazard of South Kingstown to Joseph Morey of Charlestown, May 20, 1746. Witnesses: B. Peckcom Jr. and Penelope Hazard.

Page 27, Samuel Butten of Westerly, cooper, to Joseph Levett, a Way fairing man (not sure of date). Witnesses: Samuel Mott and Benjamin Hoxsie.

Page 28, John Mott & Margaret his wife of Charlestown, Husbandman, to Edw. Austin of Westerly, Dec. 9, 1743. Witnesses: Joseph Stanton Jr., Lucy Stanton and Sarah Stanton.

Page 29, Thomas Wells Jr. (Son of Thomas Wells) to father Thomas Wells. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal and John Lewis Jr.

Pages 29-32, Immanuel Northrup, Sherrif of Kings County .... Samuel Rodman vs. Edward Tew ... sold to Daniel Mackoon of Westerly, the highest bidder, 380 acres bounded: South by Pasaval Allen, West by Samuel Clark of Jamestown and Thomas Wells, North by Robert Buffum, East by Robert Buffam and late of Henry Tew & Edward Larkin, deceased, ... being the Estate of Edward Tew, June 11, 1747. Witnesses: William Clark, Wm. Clark Jr.

Page 32 James & Wm. Crandal, sons of Joseph Crandal late of Westerly Deceased, division of land, Oct. 6, 1751.

Page 33, John Satterly to Daniel Butten of Stonington. Witnesses: Edward Bliven and W. Babcock.

Page 34, Benj. Billing, Mary Billing, Desire Denison, Elisha Denison & Thankful Denison ... The said Mary Billing, Desire Denison, Elisha Denison & Thankful Denison being daus. and son of Edward Denison late of Westerly Deceased, sold to brother John Denison of Stonington, March 26, 1735; rec. March 20, 1750/1. Witnesses: John Richmond and Wm. Babcock.

Pages 35-6, Joshua Clark & Hannah his wife to Thomas Lawton of Portsmouth, Cordwainer, Nov. 27, 1747. Witnesses: Simeon Babcock, Oliver Babcock Jr. and Joseph Babcock.

Pages 37-8, Silas Greenman & Eunice his wife to John Stanton of Richmond, Nov. 2, 1747. Witnesses: William Hern and Sarah Clark.

Page 38, John Chapman boundary dispute.

Pages 39-40, Elias Thompson & Thankful his wife to John Satterly, Jan. 19, 1745/6. Witnesses: John Maxson Jr., W. Babcock and Samuel Clark 3d.

Pages 40-1, William Champlin & Sarah his wife to Samuel Champlin of New Shoreham, 23 acres in Westerly, bounded on the South by James Champlin, Nov. 18, 1747. Witnesses: Joshua Thompson and W. Babcock.

Pages 42-3, William Champlin & Sarah his wife and Mary Champlin his mother, to Samuel Champlin of New Shoreham, 1 Tract containing 200 acres bounded by James Champlin, the grantor ...that was given to him by will & partly by Joshua Babcock, it being all ye farm of Land ye Grantor had by Deed of Gift from his father. The other Tract being Upland Salt Marsh & Beach, 50 acres bounded by Benjamin Wilbore and Jeremiah Angell, May 7, 1747. Witnesses: Daniel Saunders and W. Babcock.

Pages 44-5, John Robinson & Mary his wife to Nathan Tanner, Dec. 8, 1747. Witnesses: Elisha Lewis and William Wilkenson.

Pages 46-7, Thomas Babcock & Ruth his wife to Nathan Babcock, ... honored father, Oliver Babcock, purchased of Matthew Butten, Jedediah Butten and Nathaniel Lewis, Dec. 10, 1744. Witnesses: Oliver Babcock Jr. and Ezekiel Burdick.

Pages 48-9, James Champlin & Prudence his wife to Nathan Babcock, Feb. 25, 1747/8, no witnesses.

Pages 50-1, Zachariah Allen to honored father, Zachariah Allen, bounded by Oliver Allen his brother and Samuel Perry, June 10, 1727. Zachariah Allen personally appeared at Bristol, RI Jan. 28, 1735 Witnesses: Thomas Gould and Mary Gould. Thomas Gould appeared at Richmond, RI Oct. 9, 1747.

Pages 52-3, Samuel Crandal & Hannah his wife to John Stillman, ... Lands that Eber Crandal of Westerly gave to his children and widow by his Last Will ... which Lott was divided and sold by Benjamin Lewis & Mary his wife to John Crandall Jr. .. Mary Crandall wife of John Crandall, Nov. 27, 1746. Witnesses: Benjamin Stillman and Jeremiah Crandall.

Pages 54-5, Benjamin Weight & Abigail his wife to Benjamin Wilbore, June 11, 1744. Witnesses: Catharine W. Willcox and Nicholas Whitford.

Pages 56-7, Daniel Mackoon & Elizabeth his wife to James Wells of South Kingstown, 200 acres it being all ye sd Daniel Mackoon’s Land in Westerly, bounded by heirs of Daniel Lewis, Benjamin Wilbore, Wm. Mackoon, John Mackoon and Land of Joseph Lawton, March 19, 1746/7. Witnesses: Joshua Clark and Nathaniel Lewis.

Pages 58-9, John Cottrill and Benoni Smith, Exors to Last Will of Nathaniel Cottrill late of Westerly Deceased to Joseph Crumb, March 29, 1748. Witnesses: Silas Greenman and Wm. Babcock.

Pages 59-60, Samuel Cottrill & Dorothy his wife to Joseph Crumb, July 22, 1747. Witnesses: Benoni Smith and Thomas Edwards.

Pages 61-2, Ebenezer Crandal of Westerly, Laborer, to Elisha Stillman, 20 acres, bounded by Eber Crandal, George Stillman Jr. and Joseph Crandal, Jan. 16, 1744/5. Witnesses: Thomas Clark and Amos Maxson.

Pagse 62-3, Ebenezer Crandal to George Stillman Jr., Jan. 16, 1744/5. Witnesses: Thomas Clark and Amos Maxson.

Pages 64-5, Joseph Maxson to John Maxson 2d, May 20, 1747. Witnesses: Daniel Mackcoon and W. Babcock.

Pages 66-7, Joseph Lawton & Sarah his wife to Daniel Lewis, April 8, 1740. Witnesses: Stephen Richmond, William Babcock, William Hern and Samuel Brand.

Pages 68-9, Peter Kinyon & Naomy his wife to Ebenezer Burdick, March 28, 1746. Witnesses: William Woodman, Edith Wilbore, Edw. Wells Jr., Benjamin Wells, William Woodman and Edith Wilbore being of Lawful age.

Pages 70-1, Edmund Pendleton Jr. & Susanna his wife to James Bleaven, Nov. 19, 1747. Witnesses: W. Babcock and Silas Greenman.

Pages 72-3, William French & Prudence his wife to Jonathan Weaver of Middletown, bounded by John Dodge, Peter Davis, Edward Bleaven, Thomas Weaver, ... all ye Land purchased of Ezekiel Gavit Jr., Nov. 26, 1747. Witnesses: Elias Thompson and W. Babcock.

Pages 74-5, William French & Prudence his wife to Thomas Weaver of Bristol, Husbandman, 122 acres bounded by Peter Davis, Ebenezer Rathbun, heirs of William Rathbun Deceased, and John Crandal ... being all the Land purchased of Joseph Babcock Jr., Nov. 26, 1747. Witnesses: Elias Thompson and W. Babcock.

Pages 76-7, Joseph Hall & wife Susanna to John Brown, Taylor, May 26, 1748.

Pages 78-9, Joseph Morey & Mary his wife of Charlestown to Joshua Babcock, land in Charlestown and Westerly, Feb. 3, 1746/7. Witnesses: Edward Willcox and Stephen Saunders.

Pages 80-1, Benjamin Chase & Marcy his wife, alias Husbandman, to Joshua Babcock, March 13, 1746/7. Witnesses: Stephen Babcock and Edward Bleaven.

Page 82, Joseph Morey of Charlestown to Joshua Babcock, March 20, 1746/7. Witnesses: Wm. Hern and Amos Crandall.

Page 83, Daniel Lambut of Newport, Shipwright, for love to wife Deborah Lambut, Oct. 9, 1747. Witnesses: Isaac Sheffield and Isaac Sheffield Jr.

Pages 84-5, Nathaniell Cottrell to John Curtis, March 12, 1746. Witnesses: Thomas Pendleton and Thomas Alexander.

Page 85, Thomas Kinyon Jr. of Richmond, bound and obliged to Benjamin Barber of Westerly, in the amount of 500 pounds, March 24, 1753.

Pages 86-7, John Enos & Mary his wife to John Parks of Dartmouth, Aug. 20, 1745. Witnesses: Edward Bleavin and John Witter Jr.

Pages 88-9, John Enos Jr. & Ann his wife of Charlestown to John Parks of Westerly, Oct. 13, 1746. Witnesses: Giles Sisson and W. Babcock.

Pages 90-1, Joseph Babcock & Susanna his wife to John Crandall, son to Peter, Oct. 6, 1747. Witnesses: Elias Thompson, W. Babcock, Stephen Babcock and Anna Babcock.

Pages 92-3, John Lewis & Anna his wife , Robert Burdick & Dorcas his wife and Daniel Lewis, children of David Lewis Deceased of Westerly ... father’s will dated Feb. 1, 1717/8, ... eldest sister, Mary Langworthy with her husband John Langworthy, ... quit claim to Mary & John Langworthy, Aug. 4, 1721; recorded Nov. 25, 1748. Witnesses: Samuel Langworthy and John Davis.

Pages 94-5, John Larkin & Mary his wife and Benjamin Brown & Abigail his wife to Ebenezer Hill of Westerly, Laborer, Dec. 12, 1746. Witnesses: Tabitha Larkin, Nathan Tanner and W. Babcock.

Pages 96-8, William Lewis & Mary his wife to William Wilbore, Gent. of Little Compton, Feb. 5, 1745/6. Witnesses: Benj. Wells and Joshua Clark.

Pages 98-9, John Satterly & Experience his wife to Capt. John Maxson, Jan. 20, 1745/6. Witnesses: Elias Thompson and W. Babcock.

Pages 100-1, Thomas Wells & Phebe his wife to son Thomas Wells, Dec. 14, 1745. Witnesses: Amos Maxson, Benjamin Wells, Samuel Maxson and John Lewis Jr.

Pages 102-3, Hubbard Burdick to James Hadsall, March 28, 1748. Witnesses: Samuel Gavit and W. Babcock.

Page 103, Article of Agreement dated April 11, 1753 relating to the boundary between Thomas Potter and John Maccarter. Witnesses: George Potter, Elias Butten and Daniel McCoon.

Pages 104-5, Peter Burdick & Desire his wife to Benjamin Chase, March 16, 1746/7. Witnesses: Nathan Babcock and Joshua Clark.

Pages 106-7, Christopher Lewis son of Jerusha Lewis commonly known by ye Name of Christopher Dee of Westerly, Laborer, to Benjamin Chase, March 24, 1747/8. Witnesses: George Stillman Jr. and George Stillman.

Pages 108-9, Francis Robinson & Elisabeth his wife to Elijah Wyat of Stonington, House Carpenter, land partly in Westerly and partly in Stonington, bounded by Edward Robinson, Joseph Eagelston and Gershom Palmer, March 25, 1747. Witnesses: Jos. Palmer, William Guiles, John Mackoon and Joshua Lanphear.

Pages 110-11, Oliver Chase & Elisabeth his wife, of Westerly, Husbandman, to Joseph Lewis Jr., Nov. 7, 1743. Witnesses: James Beebe, W. Babcock and Joshua Chase.

Pages 112-13, Stephen Babcock & Anna his wife to Joseph Lewis Jr., Jan. 29, 1745/6. Witnesses: John Lewis 3d, Nathaniel Lewis, Ichabod Babcock and George Kinyon.

Pages 114-15, Daniel Butten of Stonington, Cooper, to Joseph Lewis Jr., Jan. 8, 1747/8. Witnesses: Joseph Champlin and W. Babcock.

Pages 116-17, Stephen Babcock & Anna his wife, to John Lewis, son of John Deceased, Aug. 5, 1748. Witnesses: Wait Palmer, Oliver Chase and W. Babcock.

Pages 118-19, William Hern & Mary his wife to John Satterly of Westerly, Husbandman, June 8, 1748. Witnesses: Joshua Vose, George Lanphear and W. Babcock.

Pages 120-21, Joshua Bennit of Stonington to John Lewis of Westerly, Fuller, bounded by Wm Bennit, Thomas Wells and Ichabod Prosser, June 16, 1738. Witnesses: Ichabod Palmetter and Elizabeth Odell.

Page 122, Stephen Saunders to son Stephen Saunders Jr. of Westerly, Husbandman, north part of my homestead, June 25, 1744. Witnesses: John Maxson of Joseph and John Lewis.

Page 123, John Davis & Bethia his wife, of Westerly, Miller, to Joseph Davis of Westerly, Carpenter, May 4, 1752. Witnesses: Joseph Lewis and John Davis.

Pages 124-5, Samuel Butten & Mary his wife to Zacheus Pooler, July 13, 1752. Witnesses: Marcy Kinyon, Simeon Perry, John Austin and Mary Austin.

Pages 126-27, Benjamin Randall & Mary his wife to Reuben Peckcom of Dartmouth, Blacksmith, land partly in Stonington and partly in Westerly, bounded by Ichabod Prosser, land formerly belonging to Samuel Bennit, Edward Hall, Wm. Palmer, Stephen Miner, Wm. Maxson, Ebenezer Burdick and John Lewis, Jan/Jun 18, 1748. Witnesses: Benja. Chase, Joshua Clark, Samuel Maxson, William Hern and Ruth Maxson.

Pages 128-30, Stephen Larkin & Mary his wife to Samuel Ward, July 31, 1749. Witnesses: John Larkin and W. Champlin.

Pages 131-3, Edmund Pendleton Jr. of Westerly bound and obliged to Jonathan Thurston of Newport, Merchant, Aug. 25, 1749. Witnesses: Jer. Clarke and Jos. Fox.

Pages 134-5, Joseph Stillman & Mary his wife to William Hadsall of Westerly, Weaver, bounded by George Deake, Josiah Hill Jr., Joseph Runnolds and Nathan Burdick, __, 1746. Witnessses: George Stillman and William Hern. Recorded May 5, 1746.

Pages 136-8, Beriah Brown, Sheriff, by Act of Gen. Assembly, Oct 1736, ... making ye Real Estate of Persons that have left this Colony ... Don’t live in this Government liable to ye payment of ye Debts by virtue of which sd Act ye Lands or Real Estate of James Hadsall of Westerly ... has been Attched at ye Tract of Benj. Baker of Stonington, Cordwainer & at Tract of Edward Wells Jr. & at ye Tract of John Poppleston of Westerly, Cordwainer .... Land be sold at public auction. William Hadsell of Westerly, Weaver, was highest bidder, Aug. 1, 1749. Witnesses: J. Helme and Jeffrey Watson.

Page 138, Agreement between Peter Crandall and Samuel Brand, Blacksmith, regarding boundry line, April 9, 1753. Witnesses: James Beebe and Joseph Crandall.

Pages 139-41, 29th day, 2nd month, 1745 Indenture between Peter Davis of Westerly, and Joseph Hull, Thomas Rodman & Robert Knowles of South Kingstown, James Scriven & Peter Davis Jr. of Westerly, one acre in Westerly, ... Certain Meeting house of Westerly ye people called Quakers usually meet .... Witnesses: Stephen Richmond, Lot Tripp and William Moore. Recorded Aug. 14, 1748.

Pages 142-3, Stephen Larkin to Samuel Ward, July 31, 1749. Witnesses: W. Champlin, John Larkin and W. Babcock.

Pages 144-6, Simeon Ray & Deborah his wife of New Shoreham, to Samuel Ward of Westerly, bounded by Ezekiel Gavit, John Dodge, Capt. Thomas Noyes and Capt. Stephen Willcox, Oct. 20, 1749. Witnesses: Robet Hull, Warden, and Jno. Littlefield.

Page 147, John Maxson Jr. ... unto my brother-in-law, John Maxson of Westerly, ... will of honored father, John Maxson Deceased may be fulfilled ... but will not approved ... Feb. 27, 1748/9. Witnesses: John Lewis and Peter Crandall.

Page 148, We the Subscribers, Reuben Peckcom of Stonington, Blacksmith and William Maxson of Westerly, House Carpenter, boundry settlement, Land Benjamin Clark purchased of Wm. Potter, July 13, 1749. Witnesses: Joshua Clark and Silas Greenman.

Page 149, William Potter of South Kingstown, to William Maxson of Westerly, House Carpenter, ... quit claim ... July 13, 1749. Witnesses: Joshua Clark and Silas Greenman.

Pages 150-51, William Potter of South Kingstown, to Benjamin Clark of Stonington, July 13, 1749. Witnesses: Joshua Clark and Silas Greenman.

Page 152, William Clark & Abigail his wife of Stonington, to William Maxson of Westerly, House Carpenter, March 29, 1749. Witnesses: Tory Maxson and Benjamin Clark.

Page 153, William Maxson of Westerly, House Carpenter, to William Potter of South Kingstown, ... quit claim .. July 13, 1749. Witnesses: Joshua Clark and Silas Greenman.

Pages 154-55, Stephen Babcock to Richard Berry, March 12, 1744/5. Witnesses: Nicholas Cottrill and W. Babcock.

Pages 155-56, Jonathan Palmetter & Penelope his wife of Westerly, Mason, to Richard Berry, Oct. 23, 1745. Witnesses: Peter Brown and Mary Downing.

Page 157, Joseph Clark & Deborah his wife, to my son-in-law John Stillman and my daughter Mary his wife, Nov. 28, 1748. Witnesses: Nathan Crandall and George Stillman.

Pages 158-59, Nicholas Cottrill to John Chapman of Stonington, Aug. 7, 1747. Witnesses: Simeon Minor and Nathaniel Palmer.

Page 160, Dorothy Cottrill of Stonington, Relict to Nicholas Cottrill of Westerly Deceased, to John Chapman of Stonington ... quit claim ... Right of Dower ... my son Nicholas Cottrill of Westerly, Aug. 7, 1747. Witnesses: Simeon Minor and Nathaniel Palmer.

Page 161, Nicholas Cottrill to John Chapman of Stonington, Aug. 7, 1747. Witnesses: Nathaniel Palmer and Simeon Minor.

Pages 162-63, James Pendleton to Joshua Vose, Nov. 24, 1749. Witnesses: George Lanphear and Elisha Clark.

Pages 164-65, John Chapman to Wm. Chapman, Oct. 8, 1748. Witnesses: John Deakes and Benjamin Randall.

Page 165, Articles of Agreement Aug. 5, 1752 between George Thurston and Abigail Button widow & Relict to Joseph Button late Deceased both of Westerly, ... of marriage with each other. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, Eunice Greenman and Ann Saunders.

Pages 166-67, Ebenezer Hill & Thankful his wife to John Larkin, April 4, 1748. Witnesses: Sarah Hill and Nathan Tanner.

Pages 168-69, Stephen Larkin to Samuel Ward, Feb. 19, 1749/50. Witnesses: Joshua Babcock and W. Babcock.

Pages 170-71, William Hiscox & Content his wife to Benoni Smith, Feb. 8, 1747/8. Witnesses: Ann Babcock and W. Babcock.

Pages 171-72, George Babcock & Susanna his wife to Nathaniel Lewis, March 6, 1746/7. Witnesses: Stephen Babcock and Edward Saunders.

Page 173, William Hadsell of Westerly, Weaver, to William Davis of Westerly, Carpenter, 1745. Witnesses: George Stillman and William Hern.

Page 174, Caleb Church of Charlestown, ... for need that Westerly has for Highway to & from Wood river by the Iron Works through Church’s Land ... quit claim unto Westerly, Sept. 8, 1742. Witnesses: John Larkin and Robert Lillibridge.

Page 175, Thomas Potter to son Jonathan Potter, bounded by Joseph Loveless and Thomas Mumford, April 16, 1745. Witnesses: Mary West and Thomas Potter Jr.

Page 176, March 6, 1749/50 by virtue of Power of Attny from Peter Davis Sr., I entered on possession of a Tract of Land in Westerly ... Signed William Davis. The Deponent Thomas Weaver of Lawful age Testifies that in ye first month called March 6d ... went into Cedar Swamp ... with William Davis & Edward Bleavin & did then & there see Wm. Davis by Virtue of a Power of Attny that he had of his father Peter Davis Enter .... Signed Thomas Weaver. Also deposition by Edward Bleavin.

Page 177, more on the Swamp and Peter Davis, ... Jeremiah Clark and Thomas Burdick, March 12, 1749/50.

Page 177, Articles of Agreement March 21, 1753 between Col. Joseph Pendleton and John Lewis, regarding a fence. Witnesses: Benajah Gavit and Joseph Crandel.

Pages 178-79, Joseph Maxson & Bethiah his wife of Stonington to Amos Lewis of Charlestown, land partly in Stonington and partly in Westerly, March 11, 1744/5. Witnesses: John Ladd and Joshua Clark.

Pages 180-81, William Robinson & Abigail his wife of South Kingstown, to Godfrey Malbone of Newport, Merchant, land partly in Westerly and partly in Charlestown, 3,600 acres bounded by Capt. Benj. Ellery, John Foster, Mary Mumford and Samuel Clark, June 11, 1742. Witnesses George Wanton, Josias Lyndon, Rowse Potter and Stephen Hazard.

Pages 182-83, Samuel Clark & Mary his wife of Jamestown, to son Latham Clark of South Kingstown, 2,000 acres in Westerly bounded by Samuel Hill, Capt. Malbone, land formerly belonging to Frances Robinson, John Hoxsie and Ichabod Eagleston, April 2, 1750. Witnesses: Eliza Bateman and Peter Easton.

Pages 184-85, Nathan Tanner & Mary his wife to Cyrus Button, March 16, 1749/50. Witnesses: Joshua Brown and Simeon Perry.

Pages 186-87, John Crandall (son to Peter) & Easter his wife to Peter Davis, May 2, 1750. Witnesses: William Davis and W. Babcock.

Pages 188-89, Joseph Cottrill & Mary his wife of Stonington to Samuel Langworthy, Aug. 7, 1750. Witnesses: Benjamin Randall and Mary Randall.

Pages 190-91, John Maxson Jr. to son Matthew Maxson, Jan. 30, 1749/50. Witnesses: Nathan Burdick and W. Babcock.

Page 191, Nathan Lanphear to Daniel Lanphear ... quit claim, June 5, 1753. Witnesses: John Lewis 4th and Elisha Clark.

Pages 192-93, Stephen Larkin to Samuel Ward, July 31, 1749. Witnesses: Sarah Babcock and W. Babcock.

Pages 194-95, Stephen Larkin to Samuel Ward, July 30, 1750. Witnesses: Sarah Babcock and W. Babcock.

Pages 198-99, John Pooler to son Zacheus Pooler, Laborer, Oct. 26, 1750. Witnesses: Stephen Richmond and Mary Richmond.

Pages 200-1, Thomas Wells to John Wyat, bounded by Nathan Tanner, George Stillman, Samuel Clark and Daniel Mackoon, Oct. 1, 1750. Witnesses: John Richmond and Stephen Richmond.

Pages 202-3, Benjamin Barber & Mary his wife to Daniel Butten of Stonington, Laborer, Oct. 4, 1750. Witnesses: Bartholomew Phillips and Jos. Phillips.

Pages 204-5, Benjamin Barber & Mary his wife to John Butten of Stonington, Oct. 3, 1750. Witnesses: Daniel Butten and Jos. Phillips.

Pages 206-7, Latham Clarke & Martha his wife of South Kingstown to John Collins Jr. of Charlestown, land in Westerly, April 7, 1750. Witnesses: John Congdon and Simeon Tucker.

Pages 208-9, John Collins Jr. & Mehitabel his wife of Charlestown to Dan Bowen of Voluntown, 150 acres in Township of Westerly, 25th day of 4th month 1750. Witnesses: Elisha Lewis and Amos Lewis.

Pages 210-11, Jonathan Weaver & Elisabeth his wife of Westerly, Weaver, to Edward Bleavin Jr. of Westerly, Marriner, 100 acres in Westerly bounded by Hezekiah Collins, John Dodge, Peter Davis, Edward Bleavin Sr, ... being all ye Land Jonathan Weaver purchased of Wm. French, May 21, 1750. Witnesses: Joseph Champlin and W. Babcock.

Pages 212-13, Stephen Larkin to Samuel Ward, ... all the Stephen Larkin homestead, Jan. 28, 1750/1. Witnesses: William Hern and William Hern Jr.

Pages 213-14, Godfrey Malbone & Katherine his wife of Newport, Merchant, to Benjamin Barber, land partly in Charlestown and partly in Westerly, 3,600 acres, April 26, 1750. Witnesses: George Gardner and Robert Lawton.

Page 215, Thomas Burdick to James Covey late of Westerly, ... quit claim, related to deed dated 1711, June 13, 1738. Witness: Samuel Hubart Burdick and Mary Neff.

Pages 216-17, Clement Neff of Stonington to James Covey of Stonington, land in Westerly, related to deed dated 1711, Jan. 27, 1738/9. Witnesses: Daniel Butten and Thomas Neff.

Page 217, William Bennet of Stonington to James Covey of Stonington, relating to deed dated Oct. 2, 1711, Oct. 29, 1739. Witnesses: Stephen Minor and Elisha Avery.

Page 218, John Prosser to James Covey of Stonington, relating to deed dated Oct. 2, 1711, June 26, 1739. Witnesses: Samuel Hobart Burdick and his wife Avis Burdick.

Page 219, John Saterly to Nicholas Vincent Jr. of Westerly, Weaver, Feb. 24, 1747/8. Witnesses: Nathan Burdick and John Cottrill.

Pages 220-21, John Cottrill & Elisabeth his wife to Joseph Green of Westerly, Taylor, June 30, 1749. Witnesses: Daniel Lanphear and W. Babcock.

Page 221, Joshua Vose to Samuel Saunders, Feb. 23, 1749/50. Witnesses: Silas Greenman and W. Babcock.

Pages 222-23, James Hall & Honor his wife to Andrew Brown of Westerly, Mariner, Feb. 13, 1750/1. Witnesses: Silas Greenman and Benjamin Randal.

Pages 223-24, John Larkin & Mary his wife to Stephen Larkin of Richmond, 1/4 of meadow land purchased of Samuel Clark, bounded by land Edward Larkin gave to son Edward Larkin, Nicholas Cottrill deceased and John Cottrill, March 3, 1747/8. Witnesses: Tabitha Larkin and Nathaniel Lewis.

Pages 224-25, Isaac Babcock & Mary his wife to Jeremiah Angel, 2 Lotts in Westerly given by Capt. James Babcock deceased in his Last Will to his son Daniel Babcock and to his grandson James Babcock laid out Jan 1737/8, May 26, 1748. Witnesses: Sarah Thompson and Boradel Sperhawk.

Pages 225-26, Joseph Dodge & Mary his wife to Benjamin Wilber, .. where my father John Dodge .., July 27, 1750. Witnesses: Isaac Pierce and Hopestill York.

Page 227, James Babcock & Phebe his wife of Stonington to Capt. William Pendleton, June 18, 1744. Witnesses: Sarah Babcock, W. Babcock, Daniel Palmer Jr. and Joseph Palmer Jr.

Page 228, Ezekiel Gavit to Col. Joseph Stanton, Joseph Pendleton & Stephen Babcock in behalf ... Congregational Society in Westerly, Sept. 13, 1734. Witnesses: Eber Crandal and George Brown Jr.

Page 229, Thomas Sisson to son Thomas Sisson. Witnesses: Elias Thompson and W. Babcock.

Page 230, Thomas Clark to Samuel Brand of Westerly, Blacksmith, June 27, 1748. Witnesses: Thankful Crandall and Joseph Clark.

Page 231, Articles of Agreement March 27, 1740 between William Thompson and Elias Thompson, relating to boundary line. Witnesses: William Hern and William Babcock.

Page 232, John Brown & Abigail his wife to Samuel Chapman, April 5, 1743. Witnesses: William French and Ezekiel Gavit Jr.

Page 233, Rice Nichols & Lacy his wife of Westerly, Taylor, to Elias Thompson, ... all ye Land purchased of Samuel Chapman, Aug. 16, 1744. Witnesses: William R’s and W. Babcock.

Page 234, Richard Lanphear, eldest son and heir to George Lanphear late of Westerly deceased to George Lanphear, Dec. 24, 1733. Witnesses: Samuel Saunders and John Richmond.

Page 235, John Saterly & Almy his wife to George Lanphear, March 9, 1748/9. Witnesses: Ebenezer Lanphear and Silas Greenman.

Page 236, John Saterly & Amy his wife to Silas Greenman, March 9, 1748/9. Witnesses: Ebenezer Lanphear and George Lanphear.

Page 237, Ebenezer Brown to William Brumbly of Stonington, Blacksmith, Jan. 26, 1749/50. Witnesses: George Bently and Sands Niles.

Page 238, Silas Greenman & Eunice his wife to John Saterly, March 9, 1748/9. Witnesses: Ebenezer Lanphear and George Lanphear.

Page 239, Thomas Mumford of Groton to Nathan Tanner of South Kingstown, 377 acres in Westerly, Nov. 21, 1745. Witnesses: Elias Thompson and W. Babcock.

Page 240, Peter Davis & Mary his wife to John Crandal (son to Peter), April 23, 1750. Witnesses: James Scriven and W. Babcock.

Page 241, Stephen Willcox & Marcy his wife to William Hern, March 21, 1749/50. Witnesses: Christopher Champlin and W. Babcock.

Page 242, Stephen Willcox & Marcy his wife to William Hern, April 1, 1750. Witnesses: Benjamin Randall and W. Babcock.

Page 243, Stephen Babcock & Anna his wife to Christopher Sugar of Westerly, Weaver, Jan. 14, 1747/8. Witnesses: William Thompson and Isaac Babcock.

Page 244, Joseph Levit now of Westerly to Joshua Thompson, Aug. 10, 1748. Witnesses: Wm. Thompson and W. Babcock.

Page 245, John Denison & Mary his wife of Stonington, Merchant, to Capt. Joshua Champlin, April 2, 1740. Witnesses: Stephen Babcock and William Babcock.

Page 246, Amos Clark & Elisabeth his wife to Nicholas Vincent, March 23, 1747/8. Witnesses: Francis West and Stephen Babcock.

Page 247, Jeremiah Crandall & Kezia his wife to John Davis 2d of New London, ... a ½ acre Lott that was left out of ... in the division of ... widow & children of ye deceased Eber Crandall’s Land ... March 14, 1749/50. Witnesses: Elisha Stillman and George Stillman.

Page 248, John Curtis to widow Ruth Shaw of Stonington, June 20, 1746. Witnesses: William Hern and William Hern Jr.

Page 249, Isaac Babcock & Mary his wife to Sam Hill, Oct. 27, 1746. Witnesses: Simeon Crandall, W. Babcock, Henry Mulkins and Joshua Babcock.

Page 250, Isaac Babcock to Henry Mulkin of Westerly, Laborer, ... land of Isaac Babcock given to him by his grandfather Thompson, March 3, 1745/6. Witnesses: Sarah Babcock and W. Babcock.

Page 251, Stephen Babcock to Henry Mulkin of Westerly, Husbandman, Oct. 30, 1741. Witnesses: Elias Thompson and William Babcock.

Page 252, Cyrus Button of Westerly, Laborer, to Ebenezer Lamb of Groton, Jan. 31, 1750. Witnesses: Hannah Deake and John Deake.

Page 253, Jonathan Brown of Stonington to Thomas Pendleton of Stonington, 2 acres in Westerly, Oct. 2, 1749. Witnesses: John Stillman and Elisha Clark.

Page 254, John Larkin & Mary his wife to Ichabod Clark of Westerly, Taylor, March 24, 1745/6. Witnesses: Marcy Bleavin, Benjamin Halls, Tabitha Larkin and W. Babcock.

Page 255, John Mackcoon to son Nathan Mackcoon of Westerly, Laborer, 30 acres it being the Southeast part of John Mackcoon’s land bounded by George Babcock, John Mackcoon and highway, April 29, 1745. Witnesses: Amos Maxson and John Mackcoun Jr.

Page 256, Moris Tucker to Joseph Sawnus, Indian, Sept. 20, 1737. Witnesses: Sarah Mott and Edward Mott.

Page 257, John Maxson to Samuel Hill, Jan. 30, 1749/50. Witnesses: Edward Bliven and Benjamin Randall.

Page 258, Henry Mulkin & Abigail his wife of Westerly, Laborer, to Isaac Babcock of Westerly, Weaver, March 3, 1745/6. Witnesses: Sarah Babcock, W. Babcock, Katherine Collins and Mary Weaver.

Page 259, John Burdick of Westerly, Cordwinor, to Joshua Babcock of Westerly, Physician, April 22, 1751. Witnesses: Edward Bliven and Silas Greenman.

Page 260, Nicholas Vincent to Isaac Babcock, July 25, 1748. Witnesses: Elias Thompson and W. Babcock.

Page 261, John Babcock to son Stephen Babcock, Sept. 21, 1737. Witnesses: Thomas Sisson and Thomas Noyes Jr.

Page 262, James Babcock of Stonington to Stephen Babcock, Oct. 1741. Witnesses: Elias Thompson and W. Babcock.

Page 263, John Saterly to Jonathan Palmeter of Westerly, Laborer, May 20, 1746/7. Witnesses: Ichabod Babcock and W. Babcock.

Page 264, Stephen Babcock & Anna his wife to Jonathan Palmeter, Feb. 21, 1746. Witnesses: Joseph Babcock and Richard Berry.

Page 265, John Mackoun to son John Mackcoon of Westerly, Laborer, 35 acres being the Southwest part of my land bounded by Joseph Mackouns Land and Land that was William Mackcouns, April 29, 1745. Witnesses: Amos Maxson and Joshua Maxson.

Page 266, Daniel Button of Stonington, Cooper, to Jonathan Palmeter of Westerly, Mason, March 17, 1747/8. Witnesses: Andrew Champlin and William Thompson.

Page 267, Ebenezer Burdick of Westerly, Cordwainer, and Reuben Peckcom of Stonington, Blacksmith, boundary settlement, Dec. 28, 1750. Witnesses: John Lewis and Benjamin Randall.

Page 268, Nicholas Saterly & Mary his wife of Westerly, Weaver, to Philip Palmeter of Westerly, Husbandman, Jan. 12, 1729/30. Signed Nicholas Saterly and John Saterly. Witnesses: William Hiscox and Thomas Hiscox.

Page 269, George Babcock and William Babcock & Isaac Sheldon of South Kingstown, ... controversy between Edward Bleavin of Westerly and Susannah Barker of South Kingstown ... land in Westerly now in possession of Edward Bleavin which farm did belong to Peter Barker of Westerly Deceased, Feb. 13, 1740 .. Arbitration April 7, 1741. Signed Edward Bleavin and Susanna Barker.

Page 270, Jesse Irish & Mary his wife to John Robinson of Voluntown, 86 acres in Westerly bounded by Peter Kinyon, Thomas & Edward Wells, Benjamin Green, Joshua Clark and Peter Davis, 6th day of 12th mo. Commonly called Feb. 1743. Witnesses: Peter Kinyon and Stephen Richmond.

Page 271, Peter Kinyon of Westerly, Laborer, ... father-in-law Nathaniel Wells of Westerly .. Deed of Gift .. now in possession of James Covey, Sept. 6, 1731. Witnesses: Joseph Runnalls and Samuel Tracy.

Page 272, Peter Davis to son Peter Davis of Westerly, Taylor, ... land I purchased of Ebenezer Rathbone, April 29, 1746. Witnesses: Ichabod Babcock and W. Babcock.

Page 273, James Hall to son Gideon Hall, Dec. 4, 1750. Witnesses: Nathan Lanphear and Theodaty Vars.

Page 274, Nathan Tanner & Mary his wife to Cyrus Button, March 15, 1751. Witnesses: Ebenezer Hill and William Bennet.

Page 275, Nathan Tanner & Mary his wife to Ebenezer Lamb of Groton, Feb. 27, 1751. Witnesses: Rous Potter and Ebenezer Hill.

Page 276, Ebenezer Burdick to Ebenezer Lamb of Groton, Feb. 28, 1750/1. Witnesses: Cyrus Button and Ebenezer Hill.

Page 277, William Hadsell & Dorcas his wife of Westerly, Weaver, to John Deake of Westerly, Physician, Feb. 23, 1749. Witnesses: Nathan Burdick and Josias Hill Jr.

Page 278, Latham Clark & Martha his wife of South Kingstown to Simeon Tucker of Charlestown, Husbandman, April 11, 1750. Witnesses: John Collins Jr. and John Congdon.

Page 279, Elisabeth Hannah of South Kingstown widow & Relict of Robert Hannah late of SK, to Joseph Holway of South Kingstown, ... all my Dower power of thirds, 60 acres in Westerly bounded by heirs of Tabitha Hannah late of SK deceased & is part of the Real Estate of Robert Hannah deceased which was alotted to his wife Katherine one of ye daughters of ye sd Robert, March 29, 1743. Witnesses: Stephen Mumford and Silus Helme.

Page 280, John Richmond & Mary his wife to Joseph Hall, 32 acres in Westerly bounded by Thomas Mumford, Joseph Odel, Joseph Maxson and Josiah Hill, Feb. 26, 1739/40. Witnesses: Stephen Wilbour and Stephen Babcock.

Page 281, John Richmond to daughter Elisabeth Hull and her husband Joseph Hull of Westerly, Blacksmith, 20 acres in Westerly bounded by Thomas Clark, Richard Deake and John Witter, Dec. 26, 1733. Witnesses: Cyrus Richmond and Samuel Tracy.

Page 282, John Richmond & Thomas Noyes both of Westerly and Isaac Thompson of Stonington, joint Exors to Will of Capt. Isaac Thompson late of Westerly deceased ... to Joshua Champlin & Bridget his wife, .. to Bridget Champlin by deceased father Isaac Thompson ... land quit claimed to Wm Champlin, Oct. 17, 1738. Witnesses: William Babcock and Joseph Pendleton.

Page 283, John Richmond & Thomas Noyes both of Westerly and Isaac Thompson of Stonington, joint Exors to Will of Capt. Isaac Thompson late of Westerly deceased ... to William Champlin & Sarah his wife ... given to Sarah Champlin by deceased father, Isaac Thompson, ... land quit claimed to Samuel Champlin, Oct. 17, 1738. Witnesses: William Babcock and Joseph Pendleton.

Page 284, John Stanton & Susannah his wife of Richmond to George Lanphear, June 7, 1751. Witnesses: Ezekiel Bentley and Stephen Richmond.

Page 285, Nicholas Cottrell to brother Joseph Cottrell now of Stonington, March 16, 1746/7. Witnesses: James Champlin and William French.

Page 286, James Hall to Samuel Brown, July 23, 1744. Witnesses: Caleb Church and John Maxson 2d.

Page 287, Joseph Cottrill & Mary his wife of Stonington to John Crandall Jr., Feb. 21, 1749/50. Witnesses: George Stillman and Benjamin Stillman.

Page 288, Joseph Cottrill & Mary his wife of Stonington to John Crandall Jr., Oct. 3, 1750. Witnesses: Nathan Randall and Nathan Randall Jr.

Page 289, Hobart Burdick to son Nathan Burdick, June 18, 1741. Witnesses: Benjamin Green and Oliver Babcock Jr.

Page 290, Joseph Crandel to Ezekiel Gavit, ... quit claimed to Samuel Gavit of Westerly, House Carpenter, Dec. 29, 1745. Witnesses: Elias Thompson and W. Babcock.

Page 291, William Champlin to Ezekiel Gavit, Feb. 28, 1739/40. Witnesses: W. Babcock and Joseph Pendleton.

Page 292, Ezekiel Gavit to son Samuel Gavit of Westerly, Carpenter, March 21, 1742/3. Witnesses: John Langworthy and Ichabod Babcock.

Page 293, Samuel Foster of Westerly, Husbandman, to Thomas Foster ... quit claim ... as he the sd Samuel Foster has or ought to had in to all Estate or Lands that was his honored father’s, Jonathan Foster of Westerly deceased, July 5, 1751. Witnesses: John Richmond and Stephen Richmond.

Page 294, Samuel Clark & Mary his wife of Jamestown to son Latham Clark of South Kingstown, 250 acres in Westerly, March 10, 1750. Acknowledged at Newport. Witnesses: Phebe Martin? and Ann Frazer?

Page 295, William Burdick & Sarah his wife to Elisha Lewis, Dec. 19, 1750. Witnesses: Amos Maxson and Sarah Edwards.

Page 296, Latham Clarke & Martha his wife of South Kingstown to William Steward of Stonington, 300 acres in Westerly, March 20, 1750. Witnesses: John Watson and Joseph Tory Jr.

Page 297, Thomas Weaver & Sarah his wife to Hezekiah Collins, bounded by John Crandall, Peter Davis, Peter Davis Jr. and Ebenezer Rathbone, May 1, 1750. Witnesses: John Dodge and W. Babcock.

Page 298, Elisha Lewis to Joseph Munro of Richmond, Husbandman, ... being all ye Land Elisha Lewis hath in Westerly ... Feb. 2, 1748. Witnesses: Joseph Witter and John Deake.

Page 299, Henry Willis of Newport, Cordwainer, to Simeon Burdick of Westerly, Taylor, March 28, 1749. Witnesses: Stephen Saunders and John Burdick.

Page 300, Nathan Babcock & Mary his wife to Joseph Dodge, May 7, 1750. Witnesses: Peter Davis and W. Babcock.

Page 301, Richard Bennet & Mary his wife to Ebenezer Burdick, March 28, 1746. Witnesses: Joshua Clark and Amos Maxson.

Page 302, Articles of Agreement Feb. 24, 1737/8 between Nicholas Cottrell and Thomas Sisson, Peter Davis & Joseph Babcock regarding boundary. Witnesses: Freelove Bleavin and W. Babcock.

Page 302-3, John Randall & Dorothy his wife of Stonington to Nicholas Cottrell, ... land that belonged formerly to his father Nicholas Cottrell deceased which came to me by Dorothy my wife, Jan. 29, 1738/9. Witnesses: Benoni Smith and William Hern.

Page 303, Nathan Randall & Ellinor his wife of Stonington to Nicholas Cottrell, ... it being land that belonged to his father Nicholas Cottrell deceased, Jan. 29, 1738/9. Witnesses: Joseph Breed and Benoni Smith.

Page 304, Daniel Button to John Wyatt of Stonington, May 2, 1751. Witnesses: Daniel Button, John Button Jr. and Hannah Button.

Page 305, Joseph Cottrell late of Westerly, Husbandman, ... received a deed of 50 acres from my brother Nicholas Cottrell of Westerly ... which did belong to our father Nicholas Cottrell late of Westerly deceased, March 16, 1746/7. Witnesses: James Champlin and William French.

Page 305, Nicholas Vincent of Pomfret, CT to Isaac Tripp of Pomfret, CT, 1 Tract in Westerly, Sept. 29, 1752. Witnesses: Ann Mumford and John Tripp.

Page 306, William Hadsall & Dorcas his wife of Westerly, Weaver, to Ichabod Eglestone of Stonington, Laborer, Feb. 19, 1749/50. Witnesses: Samuel Ward, Silvester Worden, Anne Richmond and W. Babcock.

Page 307, William Steward & Martha his wife of Stonington to Stephen Sweet of Richmond, William Steward ye 2d, March 28, 1751. Witnesses: Samuel Hubard Burdick and Ichabod Eglestone.

Page 308, Joseph Green & Margaret his wife, alias Taylor, to Joseph Clark Jr., March 1, 1750/1. Witnesses: Nathan Burdick and Joseph Lawton.

Page 309, Joseph Hull & Martha his wife of South Kingstown, Blacksmith, to Nathan Tanner of South Kingstown, 2 Tracts in Westerly, Sept. 24, 1741. Witnesses: Ichabod Potter, Stephen Hull, Peleg Dyre and Abigail Earl.

Page 310, Daniel Mackoon & Elizabeth his wife to son Elisha Mackoon, July 12, 1751. Witnesses: John Richmond and Stephen Richmond.

Page 311, Indenture July 4, 1748 between Samuel Brand of Westerly, Blacksmith, and Thomas Clark. Witnesses: Peter Crandal and Ezekiel Burdick.

Page 312, William Steward ye 2d of Stonington to Edward Robinson, April 15, 1751. Witnesses: Thomas Wells Jr. and Matthew Green.

Page 313, We John Lanphear Jr, son-in-law to Experience Linkhorn (?) late deceased of Windham, CT formerly wife of Shadrick Lanphear of Stonington and Oliver Lanphear of Stonington & SolomonLanphear of Norwich, CT both sons of Shadrack & Experience, ... quit claim unto John Denison of Stonington, Merchant, March 7, 1743/4. Witnesses: George Stillman, Jonathan Lewis, John Stillman and John Lewis Jr.

Page 314, William Steward ye 2nd & Martha his wife of Stonington to Samuel Button of Stonington, Aug. 10, 1751. Witnesses: Daniel Burdick and Sarah Sandford.

Page 315, Samuel Button of Stonington to Samuel Button Jr. of Stonington, Laborer, 100 acres in Westerly, Aug. 26, 1751. Witnesses: William Steward and Benjamin Randal.

Page 316, Benjamin Hall 2d & Temperance his wife of Westerly, Husbandman, to David Hall of Charlestown, 100 acres in Westerly, Feb. 5, 1750/1. Witnesses: Joseph Hall and James Hall.

Page 317, Thomas Sisson to son William Sisson of Westerly, Husbandman, Sept. 16, 1751. Witnesses: Joseph Crandall and Elizabeth Crandal.

Page 318, Daniel Button & Hannah his wife to Daniel Button of Stonington, Cooper, Oct. 14, 1751. Witnesses: Edmond (?) Huit and Daniel Button Jr.

Page 319, Dorcas Hall widow & relict to William Hall late of Westerly deceased to son William Hall Jr. of Westerly, Weaver, Oct. 15, 1751. Witnesses: Jeremiah Clark and Joseph Crandall.

Page 320, Benjamin Barber & Mary his wife to William Burdick, Oct. 16, 1751. Witnesses: Stephen Richmond, Daniel Maccoon, Stephen Richmond and Thomas Kinyon. [yes, Stephen Richmond is listed twice]

Page 321, John Saterly & Amey his wife to Joseph Green, Aug. 5, 1751. Witnesses: Elisha Clark, Sarah Weeden, Samuel Tifft and Daniel Johnson.

Page 322, Edward Saunders and William Babcock both of Westerly ... General Assembly at Newport May 28 last ... Real Estate of Edward Larkin Jr. late of Westerly deceased ... to Renaldo Borden of Westerly, Sadler, Nov. 19, 1745. Witnesses: John Larkin and John Davis.

Page 323, Renaldo Burdon & Judith his wife of Westerly, Sadler, to Edward Saunders, June 8, 1747. Witnesses: John Larkin, John Larkin, Thomas Sisson and W. Babcock. [yes, John Larkin is listed twice]

Page 324, Simeon and Elizabeth Larkin of Westerly being y only surviving children of Edward Larkin Jr. late of Westerly deceased to Capt. Edward Saunders, Judith Borden wife to Renaldo Borden and Joan Larkin wife to Simeon Larkin yield up Right of Dower, April 1, 1747. Witnesses: Thomas Sisson and William Davis.

Page 325, John Mackcoun to son Matthew Mackcoun of Westerly, Laborer, Sept. 7, 1749. Witnesses: Thankfull Coon and W. Babcock.

Page 326, John Mackcoun & Patience his wife to Nathan Mackoon, Jan. 2, 1748/9. Witnesses: John Mackoon Jr. and Amos Maxson.

Page 327, John Mackoun & Patience his wife to John Mackoon Jr., Jan. 2, 1748/9. Witnesses Amos Maxson and Nathan Mackcoon.

Page 328, Daniel Mackcoon & Elisabeth his wife to son Daniel Mackcoon Jr., Aug. 30, 1751. Witnesses: John Larkin and Anna Mackoon.

Page 329, Joseph Hall to son Ezekiel Hall, Oct. 1, 1751. Witnesses: Elisabeth Crandal and Joseph Crandal.

Page 330, John Button & Mary his wife to John Austin, Laborer, Oct. 22, 1751. Witnesses: Daniel Button and Samuel Jaquis.

Page 331, John Maxson 2d to son John Maxson, Oct. 30, 1751. Witnesses: Abijah Crandal and Benjamin Randal.

Page 332, Stephen Sweet & Ann his wife of Richmond, Cordwainer, to Hannah Jackwise of Westerly, widow, bounded by Benjamin Barber, widow Mumford and Stephen Sweet, July 6, 1751. Witnesses: John Butten and Mary Butten.

Page 333, John Maxson 2d to son David Maxson, bounded by George Stillman, John Cottrill ... being all the land I bought of John Saterly, Oct. 30, 1751. Witnesses: Abijah Crandal and Benjamin Randal.

Page 334, Joshua Rathbun & Dorcas his wife of Westerly, Weaver, to Oliver Steward of Westerly, Laborer, bounded by Isaac Sheffield of Westerly and John Potter of South Kingstown, 9th day of first month (March) 1746. Witnesses: Sarah Babcock and W. Babcock.

Page 335, Isaac Sheffield & Sarah his wife to William Griffeth of Westerly, Laborer, Oct. 25, 1751. Witnesses: Isaac Sheffield Jr. and Sarah Sheffield.

Page 336, Edmond Pendleton & Susannah his wife to Isaac Sheffield, ... land of ye Late Elisabeth Hannah now wife to John Potter ... Aug. 5, 1745. Witnesses: William Davis and W. Babcock.

Page 337, Isaac Babcock & Mary his wife of Westerly, Weaver, for love, goodwill etc. towards our loving friend Capt. Isaac Worden of Stonington, Mariner ... that fall into as by ye family of any of the name of Werden Anahoelly (?) of Preston in County of Lancaster, Eng. Dec. 3, 1751. Witnesses: William Hern and William Hern Jr.

Page 338, Samuel Champlin of New London to Nathan Babcock, bounded by Joshua Babcock, Nathan Babcock, William Champlin, Benjamin Wilbur, Joseph Parks, Nathan Babcock, bought of James Champlin, William Champlin, Nov. 19, 1751. Witnesses: Silas Greenman and Benjamin Randall.

Page 339, Ichabod Egleston & Thankful his wife of Stonington to Obediah Pendleton of Westerly, Laborer, Nov. 21, 1751. Witnesses: Benjamin Green, Joshua Clark, Eunice Church and Joshua Clark. [yes, Joshua Clark is listed twice]

Page 340, Nathan Babcock & Mary his wife to James Wells, Nov. 22, 1751. Witnesses: John Burdick and Benjamin Randall.

Page 341, John Richmond, John Maxson, Benjamin Burdick, Joseph Runnals, John Crandall, Josiah Hill, John Lewis, Jonathan Maxson, Joseph Steward (by attny), George Stillman, Samuel Langworthy, HobartBurdick, Nathaniel Wells, Thomas Wells, John Mackoon to Ichabod Prosser, ... quit claim .. 4 ½ acres, March 14, 1737/8. Witnesses: Benjamin Randall and Henry Mulkin.

Page 342, Obediah Pendleton & Rachel his wife of Westerly, Laborer, to William Wilbur, Jan. 3, 1751/2. Witnesses: Joseph Reynold Jr. and Ichabod Eglestone.

Page 343, Nathan Babcock & Mary his wife to Samuel Champlin of Westerly, Cordwainer, Dec. 2, 1751. Witnesses: Joseph Crandall and Peter Burdick Jr.

Page 344, Jonathan Thurston of Newport, Merchant, to Edmond Pendleton Jr. of Westerly, Dec. 19, 1751. Witnesses: William Hern and Richard Berry.

Page 345, Elias Thompson & Thankful his wife to John Lewis 3d, Dec. 30, 1751. Witnesses: Joshua Babcock and John Burdick.

Pages 346-47, Edmund Pendleton Jr. & Susannah his wife to John Gardner of South Kingstown, Esq., Dec. 20, 1751. Witnesses: William Hern, Richard Berry and Elisha Berry.

Page 348, Samuel Hill & Anne his wife, a negro of Westerly Laborer, to Capt. Elias Thompson, Jan. 8, 1751/2. Witnesses: Nathan Babcock and Joshua Babcock.

Page 349-50, Godfrey Malbone & Katherine his wife of Newport, Indenture Jan. 1, 1752, & Hezekiah Collins of Newport, 600 acres bounded by Roger Larkin, George Babcock, Thomas Potter and Peter Werden. Witnesses: William Coddington and Penelopy Coddington.

Page 351, Elihu Palmer & Ruth his wife of Westerly, Husbandman, and Deborah Knowles his mother to Joseph Champlin of Westerly, Blacksmith, Jan. 22, 1751/2. Witnesses: Josias Green, Nathan Green, Rowse Potter and Nathaniel Potter.

Pages 352-53, Stephen Larkin to Samuel Ward of Westerly, Merchant, Jan. 29, 1752. Witnesses: William Hern and Elizabeth Hern.

Pages 353-54, Articles of Agreement between Capt. James Babcock & Samuel Babcock his son and Joseph Pendleton regarding boundary line, May 19, 1736. Witnesses: Benjamin Green, Matthew Randall, Ephraim Hiscox and William Babcock.

Pages 354-55, Brian Pendleton of Westerly, Husbandman, to Capt. John Randall of Stonington, in behalf of his nephew Benajah Pendleton, son & orphan of Caleb Pendleton Late of Colchester deceased ... quit claim unto Benajah Pendleton (he being eldest son of my brother Caleb Pendleton Late of Colchester deceased) ... 300 acres in Westerly, Watch Hill ... it being all of Land which my honored grandfather, James Pendleton Late of Westerly deceased gave in his Last Will to his wife Hannah during her natural Life & after her decease to my father Caleb Pendleton later deceased, Will dated Feb. 9, 1702/3 ... Dec. 3, 1748. Witnesses: Stephen Wilcox and W. Babcock.

Page 356, Elihu Palmer & Ruth his wife of Westerly, Husbandman, and Deborah Knowles his mother, to Joseph Lewis 3d of Westerly, Weaver, Jan. 22, 1751/2. Witnesses: Josiah Green, Nathan Green, Rowse Potter and Nathaniel Potter.

Page 357, Isaac Thompson of Stonington to Lt. Col. Joseph Pendleton, ... as Exor to Last Will of my honored father Isaac Thompson late of Westerly deceased, March 2, 1742/3. Witnesses: Samuel Thompson and Silas Greenman.

Page 358, Brian Pendleton lately of Westerly but now of Bateman’s Precinct in Dutchess Co. In ye province of NY, to Benajah Pendleton of Stonington (son of Caleb Pendleton late of Colchester deceased) ... quit claim 300 acres at Watch Hill ... which my honored grandfather, James Pendleton late of Westerly deceased gave in his will to his wife Hannah & after her decease to my father Caleb Pendleton late deceased his will dated Feb. 9, 1702/3 ... land given to my deceased brother, Caleb Pendleton who died before father Caleb Pendleton, Feb. 17, 1752. Witnesses: Charles Hasslton and Jacob Haviland; Dutchess Co.

Page 359, John Brown of Westerly, Laborer, to Joshua Vose and Joseph Hiscox, March 10, 1752. Witnesses: Richard Berry and Silas Greenman.

Page 360, Ezekiel Gavit to son Stephen Gavit of Westerly, Blacksmith, March 26, 1752. Witnesses: Stephen Willcox and Joseph Crandal.

Page 361, Ebenezer Rathbun & Sarah his wife to son Thomas Rathbun, Jan. 8, 1752. Witnesses: William Davis and Joseph Crandal.

Page 362, Stephen Scranton of North Kingstown, Rope Maker (?), to Francis West, Nov. 21, 1745. Witnesses: Nathan Babcock and W. Babcock.

Page 363, Thomas Clark to son Joseph Clark, 50 acres bounded by George Stillman Jr., land I gave to my son Thomas Clark and Pawcatuck river, April 13, 1752. Witnesses: Benjamin Randall and Mary Randall.

Pages 364-65, Indenture March 6, 1751 between John Hoxsie of Westerly and Solomon Hoxsie & Stephen Richmond of Richmond, Peter Davis Jr. & John Robinson of Westerly, 1 acre in Westerly ... certain Meeting House in which ye people called Quakers usually meet in Westerly. Witnesses: Peter Davis and Rowland Robinson.

Pages 366-67, Hezekiah Collins & Katherine his wife to Thomas Foster, Nov. 23, 1750. Witnesses: Sarah Babcock and Wm Babcock.

Pages 367-68, William Steward ye 2d of Stonington to Benjamin Barber, Dec. 26, 1751. Witnesses: Samuel Hobard Burdick and John Burdick.

Pages 368-69, Benjamin Burdick of Durham in County of _____, in Colony of New _____, Cordwainer, to John Burdick of Westerly, Cordwainer, June 5, 1752. Witnesses: Peter Burdick and Joseph Crandal.

Page 369, Benjamin Barber hath by a mistake sold to Benjamin Randall the highway that runs through Randalls farm that he bought of sd Barber and I the sd Benjamin Randall acquit sd Barber, Jan. 16, 1753. Witnesses: Ebenezer Burdick and Thomas Brownell.

Page 370, Joseph Lewis 3d of Westerly, Weaver, to Col. Joseph Pendleton, May 18, 1752. Witnesses: Benoni Smith and John Lewis.

Page 371, Ezekiel Gavit to son Joseph Gavit, May 12, 1752. Witnesses: Stephen Willcocks and Joseph Crandal.

Page 372-73, Stephen Larkin to Samuel Ward, Merchant, 100 acres ... it being all the sd Stephen Larkins

homestead farm, July 27, 1752. Witnesses: Joseph Lewis and William Hern.

Page 374-75, Zacheus Rennalls & Susannah his wife to William Maxson of Westerly, Carpenter, June 8, 1752. Witnesses: William Clark and Joseph Wells.

Pages 376-77, William Maxson & Hannah his wife of Westerly, Carpenter, to Capt. Zacheus Rennolds, May 12, 1752. Witnesses: Elisha Lewis and Henry Miner.

Pages 378-79, William Hern & Mary his wife to Francis Weeden of Middletown, Taylor, March 14, 1749/50. Witnesses: Silas Greenman and Joseph Pendleton.

Page 380, Joseph Saunders & Marcy his wife to Richard Berry, Jan. 16, 1748. Witnesses: Eunice Greenman, Silas Greenman, Nathan Babcock and William Hern.

Page 381, Joseph Saunders to Richard Berry, ... quit claim, April 7, 1752. Witnesses: Silas Greenman and Eunice Greenman.

Pages 382-83, John Potter & Elizabeth his wife of South Kingstown, Taylor, to Edmund Pendleton Jr., bounded by Land in possession of Sheffield which was the Three Sevenths Left in the hands of ye widow Hannah for her three youngest children ... heirs of Robert Hannah Esq. late deceased, June 21, 1748. Witnesses: John Gardner, W. Babcock, Samuel Tefft Jr. and Joseph Hathaway.

Pages 384-85, Stephen Gavit & Mary his wife of Westerly, Blacksmith, to Samuel Ward, Merchant, Aug. 25, 1752. Witnesses: John Bliven and Joseph Crandal.

Page 386, Benjamin Brand & Lucy his wife to Thomas Brand & Sarah his wife; Thomas & Sarah discharge all their Rights, widows Thirds, March 18, 1742. Witnesses: David Lewis and David Hall.

Page 387, Benjamin Barber & Mary his wife to Ebenezer Burdick, Aug. 11, 1752. Witnesses: Daniel MacCoon and Joseph Clarke Jr.

Page 388, Benjamin Barber & Mary his wife to Benjamin Randall, Oct. 18, 1752. Witnesses: Ebenezer Burdick and Daniel McCoon.

Page 389, Caleb Maxson to Benjamin Randal, Oct. 30, 1752. Witnesses: Ruth Maxson and Joseph Crandal.

Page 390, Benjamin Barber & Mary his wife to Joshua Lanphear, Laborer, Oct. 9, 1752. Witnesses: William Burdick and Daniel McCoon.

Page 391, Benjamin Wilbur & Deborah his wife to Stephen Saunders, April 27, 1748. Witnesses: Jeremiah Angel and Matthew Coon.

Pages 392-93, John Lewis 3d & Thankful his wife to Joseph Lewis, Weaver, Nov. 24, 1752. Witnesses: Silas Greenman and William Hern.

Pages 393-94, Ichabod Babcock & Jemima his wife to Daniel Butten, Laborer, June 30, 1752. Witnesses: Susanna Gavit and Joseph Crandal.

Pages 394-95, Joseph Lewis & Mary his wife of Westerly, Weaver, to John Lewis 3d, Nov. 24, 1752. Witnesses: Silas Greenman and William Hern.

Pges 395-96, Silas Greenman & Eunice his wife to John Lewis 3d, Nov. 31 [sic], 1752. Witnesses: Daniel Stanton and Mary Richardson.

Page 397, Hobbard Burdick to son John Burdick, Cordwainer, Aug. 3, 1752. Witnesses: Benjamin Randall and Nathan Burdick.

Page 398, Thomas Lawton & Jane his wife of Portsmouth, Cordwainer, to Hubberd Burdick, son to Robert Burdick of Westerly, Feb. 6, 1752. Witnesses: Daniel Lawton, John Babcock and Peleg Lawton.

Page 399, William Steward 2d of Stonington to Benjamin Barber, April 16, 1751. Witnesses: Matthew Green and Thomas Wells Jr.

Pages 400-1, Richard Deake & Content his wife to Joshua Clark, Dec. 19, 1752. Witnesses: Joseph Hiscox and Silas Greenman.

Page 401, I Joshua Clark am firmly bound unto Edmund Pendleton in sum of 5,579 pounds, Nov. 3, 1752. Witnesses: Silas Greenman and Benjamin Randall.

Page 402, Edmund Pendleton & Susanna his wife to Joshua Clark, Nov. 3, 1752. Witnesses: Silas Greenman and Benjamin Randall.

Page 403, Samuel Burdick to son Thomas Burdick, 50 acres it being about one third part of Land I Despose of to my three sons Samuel, Thomas & Edward, Dec. 20, 1743. Witnesses: Joshua Champlin and Elisha Clark.

Page 404, Samuel Burdick to son Edward Burdick, 50 acres, Dec. 20, 1743. Witnesses: Joshua Champlin and Elisha Clark.

Page 405, Daniel Butten & Elisabeth his wife to Jonathan Palmeter Jr., Laborer, Jan. 3, 1753. Witnesses: Elias Butten and John Palmeter.

Page 406, Daniel Butten, Laborer, to William Chapman, Jan. 11, 1753. Witnesses: Silas Greenman and William Hern.

Page 407, George Lanphear to son George Lanphear Jr., Weaver, Jan. 16, 1753. Witnesses: Richard Berry and John Crandal Jr.

Page 408, George Lanphear Jr., Laborer, to Thomas Willcox of Westerly, Wig Maker, Jan. 16, 1753. Witnesses: Joseph Green and Joseph Crandal.

Page 409, Francis Weeden & Mary his wife to John Saterly, Nov. 27, 1752. Witnesses: Elisha Clark and Stephen Clark.

Page 410, Joshua Clark Esq. to Edmund Pendleton, Jan. 16, 1753. Witnesses: Latham Clark and Martha Clark.

Page 411, Benjamin Barber & Mary his wife to Thomas Burdick, Jan. 16, 1753. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal and Daniel McCoon.

Page 412, Edmund Pendleton & Susanna his wife to John Gardner of South Kingstown, Jan. 16, 1753. Witnesses: Joshua Clark and Latham Clark.

Page 413, Stephen Babcock & Anna his wife to Benjamin Randal, Aug. 5, 1748. Witnesses: John Lewis 3d, W.Babcock, William Vincent and John Crandall.

Page 414, Francis Weeden & Mary his wife to Daniel Lanphear, Nov. 27, 1752. Witnesses: Elisha Clark and Stephen Clark.

Page 415, Benjamin Randall & Mary his wife to John Crandal (son of Peter), Jan. 30, 1753. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, Eunice Greenman, Matthew Coon and Anna Clark.

Page 416, Ebenezer Lamb to Cyrus Button, Nov. 29, 1752. Witnesses: Joseph Reynolds Jr. and Hannah Reynolds.

Page 417, Benjamin Chase to Capt. James Wells, Feb. 12, 1753. Witnesses: George Stillman Jr. and Elisha Clark.

Page 418, We Caleb Pendleton & James Pendleton both of Westerly for Love, Goodwill & Affection unto James Pendleton of Stonington, Husbandman, Grandson to me ye sd Caleb Pendleton and son to me ye sd James Pendleton, 30 acres in Westerly bounded by Samuel Cottril and Stephen Willcox, March 18, 1742/3. Witnesses: Samuel Pendleton and W. Babcock.

Page 419, William Maxson of Westerly, House Carpenter, to Reuben Peckham of Stonington, Blacksmith, April 11, 1750. Witnesses: William Clark and Joseph Hadsel.

Page 420, Benjamin Barber & Mary his wife to John Cottrell, Dec. 29, 1752. Witnesses: Ebenezer Burdick and Benjamin Randall.

Page 421, Stephen Willcocks to son Stephen Willcocks Jr., Dec. 29, 1752. Witnesses: William Hern Jr. and Joseph Crandal.

Pages 422-23, Stephen Larkin to Samuel Ward, Merchant, Feb. 21, 1753. Witnesses: Wait Lewis and William Hern.

Page 424, Thomas Bowen & Sarah his wife of Rehoboth, MA to Joseph Pendleton, ... quit claim, March 7, 1753. Witnesses: Daniel Carpenter and Hannah Smith. Acknowledged in Rehoboth, Bristol, MA.

Page 425, John Lewis 3d to Joseph Pendleton, March 21, 1753. Witnesses: Benajah Gavit and Joseph Crandal.

Page 426, Joseph Pendleton to John Lewis 3d, March 25, 1753. Witnesses: Benajah Gavit and Joseph Crandal.

Page 427, Joshua Clark & Hannah his wife to Nathaniel Lewis of Charlestown, March 28, 1753. Witnesses: John Irish, Jame [sic] Burdick and Joseph Crandal.

Page 428, Francis Weeden & Mary his wife to Elisha Clark, Jan. 10, 1753. Witnesses: Jonathan Brown and Stephen Clark.

Page 429, Francis Weeden & Mary his wife to William Brumbly of Stonington, Feb. 9, 1753. Witnesses: Stephen Clark and Elisha Clark.

Page 430, William Chapman & Abigail his wife to Capt. John Maxson Jr., March 15, 1753. Witnesses: Richard Berry and Silas Greenman.

Page 431, George Lanphear Jr. to Stephen Lanphear, July 2, 1752. Witnesses: Joseph Davis and Stephen Babcock.

Page 432, Samuel Burdick Jr. & Tacy his wife to Hubbard Burdick (son of Robert), Jan. 26, 1747/8. Witnesses: Oliver Babcock Jr. and Joseph Babcock Jr.

Page 433, Jonathan Burdick & Judith his wife of Westerly, Husbandman, to Hubbard Burdick, son to Robert, Husbandman, March 28, 1738. Witnesses: Joseph Maxson Jr., Robert Burdick Jr., Peter Crandal and Tacy Burdick.

Page 434, Joshua Lanphear & Zurviah his wife to Joshua Maxson, March 13, 1753. Witnesses: Benjamin Randall and Mary Randall.

Page 435, Ebenezer Lamb of Westerly, Laborer, to John Braman Jr. of Westerly, Cordwainer, Feb. 12, 1753. Witnesses: Ebenezer Hill and Daniel McCoon.

Page 436, Capt. Isaac Thompson & Mary his wife to son William Thompson, ... 50 acres East end of Tract I purchased of Mrs. Benajah B___ of Norwich, CT, Sept. 27, 1734. Witnesses: John Dodge, John Dodge Jr., Elias Thompson and William Babcock.

Page 437, Daniel Butten & Elisabeth his wife of Westerly, Laborer, to Peleg Sisson of Westerly, Weaver, May 1, 1753. Witnesses: Christopher Sugar and Stephen Willcox.

Page 438, Stephen Willcocks to son David Willcocks, Dec. 29, 1752. Witnesses: William Hern and Joseph Crandal.

Page 439, James Pendleton to John Lanphear Jr., Nov. 9, 1749. Witnesses: Elisha Clark and William Hern.

Page 440, Brian Pendleton & Anna his wife to Comfort Shaw of Stonington, Sept. 29, 1737. Witnesses: Jonathan Brown and Moses Downing.

Pages 441-42, Capt. Elias Thompson, Exor, & Sarah Babcock, Executrix, widow joint Exors to Last Will of William Babcock late of Westerly deceased signed Jan. 4, 1750/1 proved & approved by Town Council ... to sell ye West ½ of his homestead farm to pay just Debts, ... done at Publik Vendue by Mr. Thomas Potter, Vendue Master, to William Hern the highest bidder, July 3, 1751. Witnesses: Joseph Stanton and Reynold Marvin Jr.

Page 442, William Hern & Mary his wife to Capt. Elias Thompson, quit claim ... formerly West ½ of William Babcock late of Westerly deceased homestead farm which I bought at Publick Vendue, July 4, 1751. Witnesses: Joshua Crandal and Jonathan Langford.

Page 443, Thomas Pendleton of Westerly, Husbandman, to James Pendleton of Stonington, Husbandman, quit claim, July 6, 1753. Witnesses: Thos Edwards and William Smith.

Pages 444-45, William Stewart 2d of Stonington to Isaiah Maxson, Dec. 21, 1752. Witnesses: Samuel Hubard Burdick and Benjamin Randal.

Page 445, Daniel Butten to Capt. John Maxson, March 13, 1753. Witnesses: John Werden and Benjamin Randal.

Page 446, Edmond Pendleton & Susanna his wife to Elisha Willcocks of Strabery Island in New London County, CT, 24 acres in Westerly ... which was Three Sevenths Left in ye hand of ye widow Hannah for her 3 youngest children ... heirs of Robert Hannah, April 26, 1753. Witnesses: Samuel Ward and William Hern.

Page 447, Jeremiah Crandal & Keziah his wife to Capt. John Maxson Jr., bounded by Eber Crandal Land which was Nathaniel Crandals Lot in ye Division of our father’s farm, Joseph Davis (?) and heirs of Thomas Clark deceased, Feb. 22, 1752. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, Eunice Greenman, George Stillman Jr. and Nathan Lanphear.

Page 448, Thomas Butten & Mary his wife to John Maxson 2d, Feb. 20, 1753. Witnesses: Thomas Clark and Benjamin Randall.

Page 449, Thomas Pendleton & Darkis his wife to James Pendleton of Stonington, Husbandman, July 6, 1753. Witnesses: Thomas Edwards and William Smith.

Page 450, William Crumb & Jerusha his wife to Nathan Lanphear, Feb. 15, 1752. Witnesses: Thos Edwards, Joseph Crandal, William Smith and Benoni Smith.

Page 451, John Weaver & Mary his wife to John Witter Jr., July 12, 1753. Witnesses: Joshua Clarke and Joseph Crandal.

Page 452, William Hadsall & Dorcas his wife of Westerly, Weaver, to John Deake of Westerly, Physician, April 1752. Witnesses: Elisabeth Pendleton and James Hadsall.

Page 453, William Crumb & Jerusha his wife to Samuel Saunders, March 27, 1753. Witnesses: Thos Edwards and Elisha Clark.

Page 454, William Hern, Daniel Maccoon and Hezekiah Collins being appointed & Impowered by Town of Westerly by vote 5 June 1753 to sell & dispose of Cedar Swamp in Name & behalf & for ye use of sd Town, to Thomas Sisson, Aug. 1, 1753. Witnesses: Elias Thompson and Joseph Crandal.

Pages 455-56, Stephen Larkin to Samuel Ward, Merchant, bounded by William Saunders, James Saunders, James Scriven, Ichabod Clark, John Larkin and Gideon Saunders, Aug. 6, 1753. Witnesses: William Hern and Mary Hern.

Pages 456-57, We Daniel Maccoon, William Hern and Hezekiah Collins appointed & Impowered by Town of Westerly by vote of Freemen June 5, 1753, to Elias Thompson, ... part of Cedar Swamp, Aug. 20, 1753. Witnesses: Joseph Crandal and Silas Greenman.

Page 458, We Daniel Maccoon, William Hern and Hezekiah Collins appointed & Impowered by Town of Westerly by vote of Freemen June 5, 1753, to Joshua Thompson, ...part of Cedar Swamp, Aug. 24, 1753. Witnesses: Joseph Crandal and Silas Greenman.

Page 459, We Daniel Maccoon, William Hern and Hezekiah Collins appointed & Impowered by Town of Westerly by vote of Freemen June 5, 1753, to John Chapman, ...part of Cedar Swamp, Sept. 7, 1753. Witnesses: Joseph Crandal and Silas Greenman.

Page 460, We Daniel Maccoon, William Hern and Hezekiah Collins appointed & Impowered by Town of Westerly by vote of Freemen June 5, 1753, to Ezekiel Gavit Jr., ...part of Cedar Swamp, Sept. 7, 1753. Witnesses: Joseph Crandal and Silas Greenman.

Page 461, We Daniel Maccoon, William Hern and Hezekiah Collins appointed & Impowered by Town of Westerly by vote of Freemen June 5, 1753, to William Chapman, ...part of Cedar Swamp, Sept. 7, 1753. Witnesses: Richard Berry and Silas Greenman.

Page 462, We Daniel Maccoon, William Hern and Hezekiah Collins appointed & Impowered by Town of Westerly by vote of Freemen June 5, 1753, to William Vincent, ...part of Cedar Swamp, Aug. 24, 1753. Witnesses: Joseph Crandal and Silas Greenman.

Page 463, We Daniel Maccoon, William Hern and Hezekiah Collins appointed & Impowered by Town of Westerly by vote of Freemen June 5, 1753, to Joseph Pendleton, ...part of Cedar Swamp, Sept. 14, 1753. Witnesses: Robt Potter and Joseph Crandal.

Page 464, We Daniel Maccoon, William Hern and Hezekiah Collins appointed & Impowered by Town of Westerly by vote of Freemen June 5, 1753, to Samuel Saunders, ...part of Cedar Swamp, Aug. 24, 1753. Witnesses: Christopher Sugar and Matthew Maxson.

Page 465, We Daniel Maccoon, William Hern and Hezekiah Collins appointed & Impowered by Town of Westerly by vote of Freemen June 5, 1753, to Christopher Sugar, ...part of Cedar Swamp, Aug. 24, 1753. Witnesses: Joseph Crandal and Silas Greenman.

Page 466, We Daniel Maccoon, William Hern and Hezekiah Collins appointed & Impowered by Town of Westerly by vote of Freemen June 5, 1753, to Matthew Maxson, ...part of Cedar Swamp, Aug. 24, 1753. Witnesses: Christopher Sugar and Silas Greenman.

Page 467, We Daniel Maccoon, William Hern and Hezekiah Collins appointed & Impowered by Town of Westerly by vote of Freemen June 5, 1753, to Jonathan Palmeter, ...part of Cedar Swamp, Aug. 24, 1753. Witnesses: Christopher Sugar and Joseph Crandal.

Page 468, John Butten and Mary Butten [doesn’t say Mary is wife & no dower rights surrendered] to Stephen Sweet, Nov. 24, 1752. Witnesses: George Jakques and Benjamin Austin.

Page 469, Samuel Saunders & Elisabeth his wife to John Saunders, Sept. 7, 1753. Witnesses: Joseph Crandal, Silas Greenman, Edmond Pendleton and John Saunders Jr.

Page 470, John Gardner of South Kingstown bound & Obliged to Edmund Pendleton, 2,000 pounds, Jan. 6. 1753. Witnesses: Joshua Clarke and Amos Gardner.

Pge 471, We Daniel Maccoon, William Hern and Hezekiah Collins appointed & Impowered by Town of Westerly by vote of Freemen June 5, 1753, to John Crandal (son of Peter), ...part of Cedar Swamp, Aug. 24, 1753. Witnesses: Samuel Saunders and Matthew Maxson.

Page 473, We John Richmond & Thomas Noyes both of Westerly and Isaac Thompson of Stonington joint Exors to Last Will of Capt. Isaac Thompson late of Westerly deceased, ... for & in consideration of Joseph Babcock & wife Susanna part of legacy given to Susanna, quit claim, Oct. 17, 1738; recorded 1787. Witnesses: W. Babcock and Joseph Pendleton.



Note: The Family History Library Catalog shows that Volume 9 of Westerly Deeds is on this film BUT they were not!!

Transcribed by Susan Irish Nahas, 1999


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