Westerly, Rhode Island Deeds Vol. 9

(FHL film #940,224)

Note: sellers and buyers are yeomen of Westerly unless otherwise stated. Also the page numbers used are the original hand written numbers and not the numbers stamped on the pages at a later time.

This is a work in progress and additional extractions will be added as they become available.

Page 0, We George Hall, Robert Brand & John Brand stand firmly bound unto William Davis and Stephen Saunders, overseers of the poor, 2,000 pounds. The condition of the obligation is such that George Hall and Jane his wife fully support and maintain at their own expense and cost Thomas Brand and Sarah Brand his wife, ... all times of their natural lives ... March 1, 1759. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, Katherin Greenman.

Page 1, Judiah Irish and Mary his wife to John Weaver of West Greenwich, 50 A in Westerly, bounded: E-highway, S&W-George Thurston, N-partly on land of John Witter and partly John Witter Jr. March 7, 1753. Witnesses: Jon Elles, Gideon Elles, John Witter Jr., Samll Forster. Ack.. in West Greenwich.

Page 2, John Witter Jr. and Ann his wife to John Weaver of West Greenwich, July 30, 1753. Witnesses: Stephen Richmond, Simeon Perry.

Page 3, Hezekiah Collins and Katharin his wife to John Weaver of West Greenwich, 21 A bounded: George Thurston, Thomas Potter, July 12, 1753. Witnesses: Joshua Clarke, Joseph Crandal.

Page 4, Thomas Burdick to Roger White, 16 A + 32 rods, bounded: James Wells, Dec. 11, 1753. Witnesses: John Bliven Jr., Joseph Crandal.

Page 5, Elias Thompson and Thankfull his wife to Francis Weeden, 83 3/4 A bounded: Ichabod Babcock, Abel Franklin, Sept. 27, 1753. Witnesses: Giles Russell, Joseph Crandal.

Page 6-7, Edmond Pendleton, by deed of Dec. 20, 1751 grant to John Gardner of South Kingstown, 360 A in Westerly, to Benjamin Barber, bounded: William Pendleton, Isaac Sheffield, Nov. 21, 1753. Witnesses: William Pendleton, Nathaniel Helme.

Page 7, John Lewis 3d to aunt Jerusha Lewis and her son Christopher Lewis, 1 A bounded: Ichabod Babcock, Francis Weeden, Feb. 20, 1755. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, Eunice Greenman.

Page 8, Thomas Hall and Hannah his wife of Charlestown to Jonathan Burdick, 10A bounded: William Ross, James Blevin, John Park, Edward Austin deceased, Jan. 27, 1747/8. Witnesses: Benjamin Hoxsie, Sarah Hoxsie.

Page 9, Samuel Button Jr. to Christopher Willbor, June 3, 1753. Witn: Benjamin Randal, Benjamin Randal Jr.

Page 10, Samuel Button of Stonington to William Steward 2d of Stonington, 40A in Westerly, March 16, 1752. Witnesses: Sarah Sandford, Samuel Button Jr., William Steward Jr.

Page 11, Cyrus Button and Mary his wife to Joseph Munro, Dec. 25, 1752. Witnesses: Sarah Larkin, Elias Button.

Page 12, Stephen Larkin to Samuel Ward, Merchant, Jan. 21, 1754. Witnesses: William Hern, Joshua Hern.

Page 13, Jonathan Crandal and Hannah his wife to George Stillman Jr., Nov. 9, 1752. Witnesses: John Stillman, Elisha Stillman.

Page 14, Joseph Crandel and Edeth his wife to Jonathan Crandal son of Eber Crandal of Westerly decd, 49A + 1/4 it being the 5th lot in number of land that was sd Eber Crandals and drawn by Mary Crandal wife of John Crandal Jr., it being all of sd lot except 3/4A sold by John Crandal to Samuel Crandal in deed dated March 19, 1733/4, rec. March 12, 1746/7. Witnesses: Elisha Stillman, Jeremiah Crandal.

Page 15, Thomas Clark to widow Lucy Brand, Aug. 27, 1753. Witnesses: Joseph Clark Jr., Deborah Clark.

Page 16, Thomas Burdick to Jeremiah Crandal, 50A, Dec. 25, 1753. Witnesses: Elisha Clark, Mary Clark.

Page 17, John Lewis 4th and Prudence Lewis to father, John Lewis, Feb. 13, 1754. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal, John Maxson Jr.

Page 17, Articles of Agreement Dec. 3, 1750 between Samuel Larkin and Thomas Forster regarding dividing line. Witnesses: William Hern, W. Babcock.

Page 18, Samuel Hill and Sarah his wife to John Hill, April 4, 1753. Witnesses: Ebenezer Lamb, Elias Button.

Page 19, Daniel Butten to William York of Voluntown, bounded: Capt. John Maxson, Jan. 17, 1754. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal and John Lewis 4th.

Page 20, Zacheus Pooler and Jane his wife to Nathaniel Lewis of Charlestown, 26 A bounded: Richard Dake and Joshua Clark, June 19, 1752. Witnesses: Elisha Hall, Simeon Perry, John Irish and Job Irish.

Page 21, Jonathan Crandal and Hannah his wife to John Stillman, 5 A Feb. 15, 1750/1. Witnesses: Elisha Stillman and Mary Downing.

Page 22, Oliver Chase and Elisabeth his wife, yeoman alias Boatman, to Joshua Babcock, 18 A bounded: Joseph Lewis Jr. and Col. Joseph Pendleton, Feb. 6, 1754. Witnesses: Ezekiel Gavit Jr. and Joseph Crandal.

Page 23, Latham and Martha Clarke of South Kingstown, shopkeeper, to Joshua Lanphear, 350 A bounded: Elijah Wyatt, John Collins, Benjamin Barber and William Steward, March 21, 1754. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal and Zacc. Pooler.

Page 24, Hezekiah Collins and Katherine his wife of Newport to John Crandal (son of Peter Crandal), 100 A bounded: Peter Davis, Peter Davis Jr. and Ebenezer Rathbone, Nov. 12, 1751. Witnesses: Samuel Collins and Job Irish.

Page 25, Cyrus Button and Mary his wife to John Braman Jr., cordwiner, 5 3/4 A + 20 rods bounded: Joseph Munro and Ebenezer Lamb, Dec. 31, 1753. Witnesses: Ebenezer Hill and Thankful Hill.

Page 26, Matthew Coon and Lydia his wife, "I Matthew Mackoon", laborer to Elias Lewis, 26 ½ A bounded: John Mackoon Jr., Feb. 28, 1754. Witnesses: Benjamin Willbur and Joseph Crandal.

Page 27, Ebenezer Lamb and Sarah his wife to Cyrus Button, laborer, 40 A bounded: John Hill, Joseph Munro, Nathan Tanner lately deceased, John Braman Jr., March 7, 1754. Witnesses: Samuel Hill and Ebenezer Hill.

Page 28, Nathaniel Lewis and Mary his wife of Charlestown pd by Mary Lewis widow to Joseph Lewis deceased of Westerly, to Joseph Lewis orphan to Joseph Lewis above sd deceased 6 1/8 A, Oct. 18, 1753. Witnesses: Robert Potter and Amey Lewis.

Page 29, Jeremiah Angell and Mary his wife of Prudence Island in the Town of Portsmouth to George Babcock, 148 A bounded: Benjamin Willbur, William Mackoon, James Wells, Roger White, Jan. 19, 1754. Witnesses: Caleb Hill, Justice and Caleb Allin.

Page 30, William Hadsall and Dorcas his wife to Jacob Hall, laborer, 30 A bounded: William Willbur, Samuel Hill, Josiah Hill, heirs of George Deake, John Hoxsie, April 15, 1754. Witnesses: William Hadsall and John Button.

Page 31, Jonathan Palmiter to Daniel Button, bounded: Christopher Sugar, Jan. 1, 1752. Witnesses: Elias Button and John Palmiter.

Page 32, Samuel Maxson and Ruth his wife to John Maxson 3d 1/4 A, July 20, 1753. Witnesses: William Mackcoon and Phebe Davis.

Page 33, Daniel Button of Westerly to Elias Button of Stonington 2 A bounded: Christopher Sugar, Jonathan Palmiter, Dec. 25, 1754. Witn: John York, Samll Albro, Justice. Satisfaction of mortgage signed by Elias Button to Daniel Button. Witnesses: John Butt_tor, Borradil Worden.

Page 34, Articles of Agreement between Samuel Gavit and Joseph Gavit, ... our honored father Ezekiel Gavit late decd, ... division of land bounded: John Dodge, Samuel Ward, Stephen Gavit, Stephen Willcock Jr., April 9, 1754. Witnesses: John Dodge, W. Champlin, Joseph Crandall, Justice.

Page 35, Francis Weeden and Mary his wife to Elias Thompson, 136 A bounded: William Brumbly, Jonathan Brown, Joseph Pendleton, John Lewis, John Saterly, Elisha Clark, Sept. 27, 1753. Witnesses: Giles Russel and Joseph Crandal, Justice.

Page 36, Simeon Burdick and Isabel his wife to Joshua Crandal, taylor, 18 A bounded: William Ross, Joseph Park, land that was lately Henry Willis decd., May 3, 1754. Witnesses: Jona Burdick and Joseph Crandal, Justice.

Page 37, Thomas Potter, cordwainor, to son George Potter, 40 A bounded: land that was Nathan Tanners, John Maccarter, May 30, 1754. Witnesses: John Mackoon Jr. and Simeon Babcock.

Page 37, Edward Bliven Jr. grant and allow John Crandal (son to Peter) a Covenant Driftway from his land through my land, July 3, 1754. Witnesses: Christopher Sugar and Joseph Crandal.

Page 38, Daniel Button and Elisabeth his wife, cooper, to John Button, carpenter, of Stonington, 1 ½ A + 33 rods bounded: Christopher Sugar, Jonathan Palmeter, May 18, 1754. Witnesses: Thankfull Button, Elias Button.

Page 39, Jonathan Palmeter Jr. and Phebe his wife, laborer, to John Button, carpenter, 10 A bounded: Ichabod Babcock, Stephen Willcock, John Dodge, Peleg Sisson, May 1, 1754. Witnesses: Christopher Sugar and Daniel Button.

Page 40, Benjamin Barber and Mary his wife to William Burdick, 27 A + 11 rods bounded: Ebenezer Burdick, Oct. 18, 1752. Witnesses: Ebenezer Burdick and Daniel Maccoon, Justice.

Page 41, John Lewis and Ann his wife to Rubin Peckom, blacksmith of Stonington, 7 ½ A, Feb. 18, 1754. Witnesses: Mary Langford and John Maxson Jr.

Page 42, Gideon Worden of Portsmouth to Gideon Cornel of Newport, 135 A bounded: Thomas Potter, Pasaval Allen, Godfrey Malbone, March 6, 1752. Witnesses: Abraham Borden and Caleb Phillips.

Page 43, Edward Wanton and Mary his wife of Tiverton, put Abraham Borden of Newport to be our attorney, 80 A in Westerly bounded: James Babcock, John Coon, Samuel Clark; 150 A in Stonington bounded: Jabez Tucker, Matthew Randal, Francis Robinson, Nov. 19, 1753. Witnesses: Wanton Howland and Joseph Anthony, Justice.

Page 44, Abraham Borden of Newport to Hezekiah Collins, 80 A bounded: land lately belonging to Nathan Tanner decd., Thomas Hall, Samuel Clark, July 13, 1754. Witnesses: Joseph Collins and Stephen Richmond, Justice.

Page 45, John Austin and Mary Austin to Benjamin Maxson, carpenter, 20 A bounded: Isaiah Maxson, Capt. John Maxson, July 9, 1754. Witnesses: Daniel Butten and Benjamin Randal, Justice. (doesn't say Mary Austin was wife of John Austin)

Page 46, Jonathan Crandal and Hannah his wife to John Stillman, carpenter, 24 A + 33 rods bounded: land John Stillman bought of Samuel Crandal, Nov. 9, 1752. Witnesses: George Stillman Jr. and Elisha Stillman.

Page 47, Articles of Agreement between John Maxson 3d and John Davis, miller, 1/4 A bounded: Samuel Maxson, Thomas Clark, June 4, 1754. Witnesses: Elisha Clark and John Lewis 4th.

Page 47, John Chapman bound unto Abraham Borden of Newport, merchant, sum of 500 pounds, Aug. 28, 1754. Witnesses: Benoni Smith and Silas Greenman, Justice.

Page 48, John Chapman and Mary his wife to Abraham Borden of Newport, merchant, the one half lacking 10 A of the fresh pond commonly called Cottrells pond, Aug. 28, 1754. Witnesses: Benoni Smith and Silas Greenman, Justice.

Page 49, Arbitrators: George Babcock, Christopher Champlin and Benjamin Hoxsie to determine settlement of boundary line between John Larkin and John Cottrell 2d, Aug. 28, 1754.

Page 50, Cyrus Button and Mary his wife to Jedediah Davis, 40 A bounded: Joseph Munro, Nathan Tanner, John Braman Jr., May 13, 1754. Witnesses: Thankfull Hill and Ebenezer Hill.

Page 51, John Larkin, for and in consideration of John Cottrill late of Westerly decd. being purchaser with me in 2 Lotts of Land, to John Cottrill 2d being son and heir to sd John Cottrill decd., quit claim 6 ½ A + 20 rods bounded: John Chapman, July 17, 1754. Witnesses: William Saunders and Joseph Crandall, Justice.

Page 51, Articles of Agreement regarding boundary line between Cyrus Button and Samuel Hill, bounded: Josiah Hill, Samuel Clark, March 28, 1755. Witnesses: John Deake and Joseph Crandal, Justice.

Page 52, Jonathan Palmeter to John Cottrell Jr., Indenture, April 22, 1754, 23 A bounded: Daniel Button, heirs of Joseph Lewis decd., Isaac Babcock, Joshua Thompson, Christopher Sugar. Witnesses: Silas Greenman and Eunice Greenman.

Page 53, Benajah Larkin and Bathsheba his wife of New London, tailor, to John Larkin, quit claim, land in Westerly and land in Charlestown, grandfather Edward Larkin decd., Oct. 15. 1754. Witnesses: Hannah Crandal, Joseph Crandal, Justice.

Page 53, Feb. 20, 1758 Promisory Note - Nathan Tifft to Capt. Joseph Stanton. Witnesses: Elias Thompson and Joseph Crandal.

Page 54, Isaac Tripp and Susannah his wife of Pomfret, Windham, CT to William Vincent, cordwainer, 35 A bounded: John Saunders, Richard Berry, Stephen Babcock, June 10, 1754. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, Justice, Eunice Greenman.

Page 55, John Larkin, son to Roger, to Sarah Larkin, daughter to Roger Larkin, 1 1/4 A bounded: Samuel Clark, Ebenezer Hill, Feb. 1749. Witnesses: Ann Richmond and John Deake.

Page 56, John Cottrell to Samuel Button, 5 A , Nov. 16, 1754. Witnesses: John Maxson 3d and Benjamin Randal, Justice.

Page 57, John Cottrell to Matthias Button of Voluntown, 50 A bounded: Benj. Randal, Nov. 16, 1754. Witnesses: John Maxson 3d and Benjamin Randal, Justice.

Page 58, Stephen Lewis and Martha his wife to Simeon Burdick, 42 A bounded: John Lewis Maxson, Edward Saunders and James Saunders, April 29, 1754. Witnesses: John Barber, Joseph Crandal, Justice.

Page 59, Dan Bowen and Mehitabel his wife to Obediah Pendleton of Stonington, 4 A bounded: Samuel Hill and Samuel Clark, Oct. 17, 1754. Witnesses: Esther Jaques and John Collins Jr.

Page 60, Zachariah Pooler and Jain/Jaen his wife to Samuel Button, 37 A bounded: Isaiah Maxson and Benjamin Barber, Nov. 10, 1754. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, Justice and Joshua Clarke.

Page 61, Stephen Babcock to James Brown, ½ A + 24 rods bounded: Richard Berry, Stephen Lanphear and George Lanphear Jr., May 7, 1753. Witnesses: Sam'll Tifft and Stephen Lanphear.

Page 61, Abraham Borden now resident of Westerly regarding an Instrument from Gideon Worden of Portsmouth to Gideon Cornel of Newport regarding land in Westerly, Feb. 14, 1755.

Page 62, George Lanphear Jr. to James Brown, 4 rods bounded: Stephen Lanphear, Stephen Babcock, April 12, 1753. Witnesses: Stephen Lanphear and Elijah Lanphear.

Page 63, Joseph Saunders for love and good will to Samuel Tefft, ½ A bounded: Richard Berry, Jan. 29, 1751. Witnesses: Joseph Davis and Stephen Babcock.

Page 63, Articles of Agreement between John Weaver and George Thurston, dividing line, land John Weaver purchased of Judiah Irish, Jan. 9, 1755. Witnesses: Elisha Lewis and Joseph Crandal, Justice.

Page 64, John Larkin and Mary his wife and Benjamin Brown and Abigail his wife to Ebenezer Hill, 100 ½ A bounded: Hezekiah Collins, Samuel Clark, Samuel Hill, Cyrus Button, John Braman, Jan. 13, 1755. Witnesses: Edward Robinson, Susannah Rathbon, Moses? Warrin and Stephen Richmond.

Page 65, Ebenezer Hill and Thankfull his wife to John Hill 35 A bounded: __ Larkin lately deceased, Samuel Clark, John Braman, Nov. 22, 1754. Witnesses: Richmond Reynolds and David Tanner.

Pages 66-67, William Hern and Mary his wife to Samuel Ward, merchant, 50 A bounded: David Willcox and Capt. Stephen Willcock, Jan. 17, 1755. Witnesses: Stephen Willcocks and Joseph Crandall.

Page 67, Newport - Caleb Phillips of Newport, deposition regarding Gideon Worden and Gideon Cornel, July 18, 1755.

Page 68, Benjamin Willbur and Deborah his wife to Joseph Noyes, 40 A bounded: John Dodge, Thomas Noyes, William Ellery, Jan. 20, 1755. Witnesses: James Crandal, Jos. Dodges.

Page 69, John Lewis 3rd and Thankfull his wife to Joseph Lewis, weaver, 2 tracts: 9 A bounded: Joseph Champlin, Silas Greenman; 6 A bounded: Joseph Pendleton, Silas Greenman, Jan. 27, 1755. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, Justice and Eunice Greenman.

Page 70, Elisha Lewis and Amie his wife to Jonathan Wells, 46 A bounded: heirs of Elisha Burdick deceased, John Burdick son of Hubbard Burdick, land Elisha Lewis purchased of William Burdick, Dec. 18, 1753. Witnesses: William Maxson, Thomas Langworthy Jr.

Page 71, Benjamin Randal to Nathaniel Worden of Stonington, 56 A bounded: John Forster, Ebenezer Burdick, Feb. 3, 1755. Witnesses: John Maxson 3d and Benjamin Maxson.

Page 72, Thomas Burdick to Edward Burdick, bounded: Capt. Randal, Benjamin Barber, Feb. 28, 1753. Witnesses: Joseph Clark Jr. and Deborah Clark.

Page 73, Hezekiah Collins and Katherin his wife to Cyrus Button, 100 A bounded: Samuel Clark, David Tanner, George Stillman, John Braman, heirs of John Larkin decd., Feb. 3, 1755. Witnesses: Mary Collins and Joseph Crandal, Justice.

Page 74, Samuel Button and Ma_ey his wife to Joseph Saunos, 50 A bounded: Isaiah Maxson, Edward Robinson, Feb. 18, 1755. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal, Justice, Isaiah Maxson and Hannah Crandal.

Page 75, Thomas Edwards and Garthrot his wife to Christopher Edwards, 2 A, Nov. 3, 1754. Witnesses: Margaret Frink and Joseph Crandal, Justice.

Page 76, Joseph Saunos to Samuel Button, 13 A bounded: Jedediah Davis, Peter Kinyon, Feb. 17, 1755. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal, Justice and John Lewis ye 4.

Page 77, Samuel Button to Benjamin Randal & Benjamin Barber, 13 A bounded: Peter Kinyon, Jedediah Davis, Jonathan Wells, Feb. 20, 1755. Witnesses: Daniel McCoon, Justice, and John Cottrell.

Page 78, Cyrus Button and Mary his wife to Ebenezer Hill, laborer, 100 A bounded: John Larkin lately decd., Samuel Clark, David Tanner, George Stillman, Thomas Wells, Feb. 15, 1755. Witnesses: David Tanner and Samuel Button Jr.

Page 79, Ebenezer Burdick and Mary his wife to Joshua Clark, 26 ½ A, March 12, 1744/5. Witnesses: Elisha Lewis, Nath'll Lewis, Justice, Thomas Burdick and Edmond Burdick.

Page 80, Nathaniel Lewis and Mary his wife of Charlestown to Abram Lewis of Westerly, 23 A bounded: Joseph Lewis, Capt. Elias Thompson, heirs of Joseph Lewis Jr. decd., April 16, 1752. Witnesses: Nath'll Lewis Jr. and Amos Lewis.

Page 81, Nathaniel Kinyon and Ellinor his wife to Ebenezer Hill, 7 1/4 A bounded: David Tanner, March 19, 1755. Witnesses: Thomas Wells Jr. and Joseph Crandal, Justice.

Page 82, Benjamin Green to son Joseph Green, 10 A bounded: Joseph Renolds, Aug. 1, 1754. Witnesses: Nathan Tanner and Anna Green.

Page 82, Joshua Champlin gives all right in negro girl named Bridget, purchased of Capt. Godfrey Malbone, who now goes by the name of Dinah, to my honored mother Mary Champlin, Dec. 31, 1754. Witnesses: Samuel Champlin and Isaac Buck.

Page 83, Benjamin Weast of Stonington to Nathaniel Kinyon, weaver, 11 ½ A + 8 rods bounded: Ebenezer Lamb, George Stillman, heirs of Nathan Tanner, Joseph Munro, Feb. 11, 1754. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal, Justice and Amos Patterson.

Page 84, George Stillman and Deborah his wife to Nathaniel Kinyon, 30 ½ A bounded: James Babcock decd., Jonathan Maxson, Peter Davis, Thomas Wells, Feb. 13, 1755. Witnesses: Benjamin Stillman and Mary Stillman.

Page 85, John Weaver and Mary his wife to George Thurston, 11 A + 30 rods bounded: Joseph Witter, Jan. 9, 1755. Witnesses: Elisha Lewis and Joseph Crandal, Justice.

Page 86, Joseph Lewis and Mary his wife, weaver, to John Lewis 3d, 29 A bounded: John Dodge, lot I sold to Daniel Button, April 7, 1755. Witnesses: John Saterly and Silas Greenman, Justice.

Page 87, James Brown to Elias Lanphear, bounded: Richard Berry, Stephen Babcock, George Lanphear Jr., Joseph Lanphear, Stephen Lanphear, March 23, 1755. Witnesses: Elijah Lanphear and Stephen Lanphear.

Page 88, John Saterly and Amey his wife to John Lewis 3d, 18 3/4 A bounded: Capt. Elias Thompson, Elisha Clark, Daniel Lanphear, Ebenezer Lanphear, April 7, 1755. Witnesses: Joseph Lewis and Silas Greenman, Justice.

Page 89, John Lewis 3d and Thankfull his wife to John Saterly 36 ½ A bounded: John Dodge, Daniel Button, Francis Weeden, Jerusha Lewis, it being all the land I purchased of Stephen Babcock and Elias Thompson, excepting 2 lots, April 7, 1755. Witnesses: Joseph Lewis and Silas Greenman, Justice.

Pages 90-91, Caleb Church and Rebeckah his wife, bloomer or blacksmith, to Samuel Perry of Charlestown, 150 A bounded: John Hall, Samuel Larkin, John Babcock, John Larkin, Iron works and Sawmill, July 15, 1754. Witnesses: Joseph Enos and Elisha Babcock, Justice.

Page 91, Articles of Agreement between William Hern who married the widow of John Lewis Jr. late of Westerly deceased, 1st part and John Lewis Jr. son to the sd deceased Lewis, other part, Mary the wife of Wm. Hern, dividing line, Jan. 14, 1742/3. Signed: William Hern and John Lewis 3d. Witnesses: Richard Berry, and W. Babcock, Justice.

Page 92, Hezekiah Collins and Katherin his wife to John Weaver, 15 A + 21 square rods, bounded: John Witter, George Thurston, March 29, 1755. Witnesses: Mary Collins and Joseph Collins.

Page 93, Jonathan Crandal and Hannah his wife to Elisha Stillman, 10 A bounded: George Stillman, Nov. 9, 1752. Witnesses: George Stillman Jr. and John Stillman.

Page 94-95, John Chapman to Abraham Borden of Newport, merchant, bounded: Samuel Saunders, John Saunders, Matthew Maxson, William Vinsent, Joshua Vose, William Clark, Thomas Hiscox, March 17, 1755. Witnesses: George Stillman Jr. and Elisha Stillman.

Page 95, Mary Lewis, widow and relic to Joseph Lewis Jr. late of Westerly decd, to son David Lewis Jr., 45 A bounded: Capt. Elias Thompson, William Thompson, Joseph Lewis, Abram Lewis, April 20, 1755. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, Justice and Eunice Greenman.

Page 96, John Chapman for love, good will and affection which I do bear unto Martha Borden the wife of Abraham Borden late of Newport, merchant, now resident in Westerly, 6 square rods, bounded: Thomas Hiscox, March 17, 1755. Witnesses: George Stillman Jr. and Elisha Stillman.

Page 97, David Lewis Jr. to mother Mary Lewis, widow and relic to Joseph Lewis late of Westerly decd, 45 A bounded: Ezekiel Gavit, Oliver Chase, Joshua Babcock, Joseph Pendleton, being all the land my father purchased of Michael Chase and Oliver Chase, April 20, 1755. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, Justice, Eunice Greenman.

Page 98, David Lewis Jr. to mother Mary Lewis, 8 1/4 A bounded: Jonathan Palmitter, Isaac Babcock, April 20, 1755. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, Justice, Eunice Greenman.

Page 99, John Tew of Newport, glaser, to Stephen Larkin, 110 A bounded: John Forster, John Larkin, Daniel McCoon, April 23, 1755. Witnesses: Edwd. Easton and Henry Ward.

Page 100, Oliver Chase and Elisabeth his wife, mariner, to John Dodge of New Shoreham, 5 A bounded: Joshua Babcock, David Lewis, April 4, 1755. Witnesses: Theodaty Vars, Joseph Crandall, Justice, Deborah Lambart and Elisabeth Chase.

Page 101, John MacKoon to son Matthew Mackoon, laborer, 4 A bounded: John Mackoon, Matthew Mackoon, John Mackoon Jr., Feb. 27, 1754. Witnesses: Elias Lewis and Joseph Crandal, Justice.

Page 102, Joseph Hall and Susannah his wife to John Brown Jr., 30 A bounded: Ezekiel Hall, Benjamin Hall, Nov. 26, 1754. Witnesses: Nathan Coon, Joseph Crandal, Justice, John Coon Jr. and Eunice Hall.

Page 103, William Avery and Abigail his wife of Stonington testifieth, .... honored father Lt. William Avery late of Stonington decd. .... gave his son Benoni Avery to his uncle Benoni Smith, Esq. of Westerly and believed he would do for him as his own child, ... the sd Lt. William Avery has been dead about 4 years. March 10, 1759.

Page 104, Edward Robinson and Martha his wife to Isaac Eglestone of Voluntown, quit claim, 5 A in Westerly, Oct. 14, 1754. Witnesses: Stephen Richmond, Justice and Anna Wilcox.

Page 105, John Saunders to son Elisha Saunders, bounded: Joshua Vose, Dec. 27, 1754. Witnesses: Nathan Smith and Benoni Smith.

Page 106, Thomas Edwards and Garthrot his wife to Daniel Crumb, weaver, 1 A bounded: Christopher Edwards, Jan. 20, 1755. Witnesses: Christopher Edwards and Silas Greenman, Justice.

Page 107, Zachariah Pooler and Jean/Jaon his wife to Samuel Button, 30 A bounded: Edward Robinson, Benjamin Barber, Jan. 17, 1755. Witnesses: Hannah Clark and Joshua Clarke.

Page 108, John Parke and Sarah his wife to my son-in-law William Smith, Cordwainer & to Rachel his wife my Natural Daughter, 28 A bounded: Daniel Johnson, heirs of James Bliven decd, Jonathan Burdick, May 21, 1755. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, justice, and Eunice Greenman.

Page 109, Joseph Hall to John Brown, 100 A (very dark) Nov. 6, 1754. Witnesses: Nathan Coon and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 110, William Steward of Stonington to John Wyatt of Stonington 51 A bounded: Daniel Button, Joshua Lanphear, June 2, 1755. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal, justice, and Mary Randal.

Page 111, Samuel Champlin and Hannah his wife, cordwainer, to Capt. Joseph Stanton of Charlestown, land which sd Champlin purchased of Nathan Babcock, 1 A bounded: William Champlin, Nathan Babcock, June 9, 1755. Witnesses: Christopher Edwards and James West.

Page 112, John Wyatt of Stonington, Laborer, to Thomas Wells, 19 ½ A bounded: David Tanner, Nathaniel Kinyon, Ebenezer Hill, Daniel McCoon, it being ye same land that I bought of Thomas Wells, May 26, 1755. Witnesses: Daniel Lewis and Joshua Clarke.

Page 113, John Braman Jr., to Thomas Wells 25 A bounded: Elisha Lewis, John Hill, John Larkin, Cyrus Button, Joseph Stillman, Feb. 9, 1755. Witnesses: Ishmel Codner and Joshua Clarke.

Page 114, Benjamin Randal, exchanging of one piece of Land for another, to Caleb Maxson 2 A bounded: Caleb Maxson, John Lewis, Oct. 30, 1752. Witnesses: Ruth Maxson and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 115, Nathan Smith to father Benoni Smith 50 A bounded: James Hall, William Hiscox, July 14, 1755. Witnesses: Elisha Clark and Mary Clark.

Page 116, Samuel Clarke and Mary his wife of Jamestown to son Latham Clarke of South Kingstown for his farther (sic) advancement in the World, 2,800 A bounded: Latham Clark, land formerly belonging to William Seward, widow of Stephen Mumford, Daniel Coon, land formerly belonging to Henry Tew, land formerly belonging to Peter Davis, Samuel Hill, Feb. 28, 1755. Witnesses: Jer Clarke and Elisabeth Bryent.

Page 117, Latham Clarke and Martha his wife of South Kingstown to William Guile of Preston, CT 1,000 A, March 25, 1755. Witnesses: Joseph Palmer, Joseph Palmer Jr., Tho. Brown, justice, and Mary Brown.

Page 118, Joshua Lanphear and Zeruiah his wife to Benjamin Willbur, 35 A bounded by: William Burdick, Samuel Jackways, Christopher Willbur and Joshua Maxson, it being all the remainder of my land I bounght of Benjamin Barber, April 29, 1755. Witnesses: Hannah Clark and Joshua Clarke.

Page 119, Edward Deak and Mary his wife of Charlestown, Taylor, to John Deak quit claim my claim unto all the Lands Bequethed unto me by my father in his last Will unto the above named John Deak, Aug. 5, 1755. Witnesses: Joseph Crandal, justice, and Elisabeth Crandal.

Page 119, Whereas Benjamin Barber has sold Lands to Daniel Buttler and John Cottrel both of Westerly, ... regarding dividing line, Jan. 13, 1756. Witnesses: Joseph Stillman and Elisha Lewis.

Page 120, Edmund Pendleton and Susannah his wife to Isaac Sheffield, 60 A bounded: sd Edmund Pendleton, Caleb Pendleton. Nov. 10, 1755? (16th yr of Geo. II). Witnesses: William Champlin and Sarah Champlin.

Page 121, Benjamin Randal and Mary his wife to Samuel Maxson, 70 A bounded by: John Crandal, John Lewis, Feb. 5, 1755. Witnesses: John Maxson 3d and Esaei?? Burdick.

Page 122, Indenture 15 July 1755 between Ezekiel Hall and Benjamin Barber, 63 A + 28 rods. Witnesses: Elisabeth Crandal and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 123, Whereas William Hern who married Mary the widow of John Lewis late of Westerly deceased and John Lewis son & heir to sd Decd. made a division, bounded by: Joseph Champlin, Sept. 11, 1755. Witnesses: Elias Thompson and Edward Bliven Jr.

Page 123, Articles of Agreement concluded Jan. 14, 1734/5 between Caleb Pendleton Jr. and Nathan Randal of Stonington, .... maintaining fence ... Witnesses Elias Thompson and William Babcock.

Page 124, Samuel Maxson and Ruth his wife to Content Deak widow & Relick of Richard Deak(e) Decd., 37 1/4 A + 21 rods, bounded by: John Crandal, Benjamin Randal, May 17, 1755. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal, justice and John Crandal.

Page 125, Joseph Saunders and Marcy his wife to Samuel Tefft, Aug. 1, 1755. Witnesses: Stephen Lanphere and Bathsheba Vose.

Page 126, William Hern and Mary his wife to Joseph Saunders, 12 A bounded by: David Willcock, Capt. Ray, Aug. 1, 1755. Witnesses: Samll Tefft and Silas Greenman, justice.

Page 127, Joseph Saunders and Marcy his wife to William Hern, 55 A bounded by: Samuel Tifft, Samuel Saunders, John Saunders, Richard Berry, Aug. 1, 1755. Witnesses: Samll Tifft and Silas Greenman, justice.

Page 128, Samuel Button and Marcy his wife to Jedediah Davis, cordwainer, 14 A bounded by: Jonathan Wells, Peter Kinyon, July 4, 1755. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal, justice, Mary Randal, Daniel Buttler and Hannah Buttler.

Page 129, Joseph Lewis and Mary his wife to son Abel Lewis, 2 A bounded by: John Lewis 3d, May 13, 1755. Witnesses: John Buttler and Oliver Crary.

Page 130, John Hill and Jean his wife, cordwainer, to John Millard of Charlestown, carpenter, 35 A bounded by: land John Larkin left to his children, John Braman, Thomas Wells, Aug. 26, 1755. Witnesses: William Bennet and Ebenezer Hills.

Page 131, William Steward of Stonington to John Wyat of Stonington, 40 A bounded by: Edward Robinson, Benjamin Barber, Daniel Buttler's land, Joshua Lanphear, containing all the land Belonging to sd Stweard except the cedar swamp, Sept. 30, 1755. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal, justice, Benjamin Randal Jr.

Page 132, Benjamin Bennet of Stonington, husbandman, to John Lewis Jr. land partly in Stonington and partly in Westerly, 18 ½ A being all that Tract of Land Willed & Bequeathed to me by ye Last Will & Testament of my Deceased Father William Bennet, bounded by: Joshua Bennet, Samuel Bennet, Dec. 7, 1733. Witnesses: Sarah Babcock and Wm. Babcock. Recorded Oct. 20, 1755.

Page 133, John Lewis and Mary his wife to Joshua Lanphear, land partly in Stonington & partly in Westerly, 18 ½ A it being all the land I purchased to Benjamin Bennet, bounded by: Joshua Bennet, Samuel Bennet, May 3, 1735. Witnesses: Joseph Champlin and Jonathan Maxson. Recorded Oct. 20, 1755.

Page 134, Joshua Lanphear son of Theodosias Lanphear who is now a resident of Westerly, laborer, to Joseph Maxson 3d, land partly in Westerly & partly in Stonington 18 ½ A being all of the Tract of Land which I had of John Lewis, bounded by: Joshua Bennet and Samuel Bennet, June 23, 1735. Witnesses: Jonathan Maxson and Jarves Hazelton. Recorded Oct. 20, 1755.

Page 135, John Weaver and Mary his wife to George Thurston, 3 3/4 A bounded by: Hezekiah Collins, sd George Thurston, June 9, 1755. Witnesses: William Thurston and Elisha Lewis.

Page 136, Edward Wells and Elisabeth his wife to son Joseph Wells, 15 1/4 + 18 rods, bounded by: Thomas Wells Jr., John Robinson, Nov. 3, 1755. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal, justice, and David Wells.

Page 137, Abraham Borden late of Newport, merchant, now a resident of Westerly, to Benjamin Bagnall of Boston, merchant, bounded by: John Chapman, Samuel Saunders, John Saunders, Matthew Maxson, William Vincent, Joshua Vose, William Clark, Thomas Hiscox, June 18, 1755. Witnesses: (in Newport) John Wing and Nathaniel Grafton.

Page 138, Benjamin Bagnall of Boston, merchant, to Matthew Borden of Newport, mariner, bounded by: John Chapman, Samuel Saunders, John Saunders & Matthew Maxson, William Vincent, Joshua Vose, William Clark, Thomas Hiscox, June 18, 1755. Witnesses: Benjamin Pabody and Thomas Phipps Darrell?

Page 139, Stephen Lanphear and Mary his wife to Elijah Lanphear, 36 rods, Sept. 7, 1755. Witnesses: Joseph Green and Margaret Green.

Page 140, Ebenezer Hill and Thankful his wife to Cyrus Button, 50 A bounded by: Elisha Lewis, Samuel Hill, Samuel Clark, John Hill, Feb. 15, 1755. Witnesses: David Tanner and Samuel Button jr.

Page 141, Cyrus Button and Mary his wife to John Braman Jr, 30 A bounded by: John Hill, March 31, 1755. Witnesses: William Maxson and Ebenezer Hill.

Page 142, Oliver Steward to Joshua Thompson, 2 A bounded by: Edmund Pendleton, Capt. Isaac Sheffield, May 7, 1753. Witnesses: Thankfull Thompson,and Micajah Davis. Mortage. Witnesses: Silas Greenman and Katherin Greenman.

Page 143, William Vincent to Joshua Vose of Stonington 10 A bounded by: Coll. Joseph Pendleton, Matthew Maxson, Nov. 9, 1755. Witnesses: Joseph Vincent and Joseph Crandall, justice.

Page 144, Samuel Button and Mary his wife to Jonathan Crandal, 50 A bounded by: Isaiah Maxson, Samuel Button Jr., Nov. 17, 1752. Witnesses: William Steward, William Steward Jr., Daniel Worden and Zacheus Pooler.

Page 145, Isaiah Maxson, exchange of lands, Samuel Button Jr, unto Jonathan Crandal, 3 A, March 31, 1755. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal, justice, Benjamin Randal Jr.

Page 146, William Guile and Frances his wife to Andrew Elliot of Voluntown, Windham, CT, 126 A bounded by: Abraham Guile, Samuel Hill, Sept. 22, 1755. Witnesses: William York and George Darrow.

Page 147, William Hern and Mary his wife to Elias Lanphear, 13 A 4 chains 82 links bounded by: John Saunders, Richard Berry, Samuel Tifft, Joseph Saunders, Jan. 9, 1756. Witnesses: Joseph Lewis and Stephen Lanphear.

Page 148, William Hern and Mary his wife to Samuel Tifft, 3 A bounded by: Richard Berry, Jan. 9, 1756. Witnesses: Joseph Lewis and Stephen Lanphear.

Page 149, William Ross to son Isaac Ross, 60 A bounded by: heirs of James Blevin decd, Daniel Stanton Jr., Joseph Park, James Crandal, Jan. 16, 1756. Witnesses: Thomas Ross and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 150, John Braman Jr., cordwainor, to Zacheus Pooler, 16 A, Dec. 9, 1755. Witnesses: Elisha Lewis and Ebenezer Hill.

Pages 151-152, Gideon Saunders, mariner, to Samuel Ward, merchant, 100 A, bounded by: John Larkin, Thomas Sisson, .. Mortgage .., Feb. 5, 1756. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, justice, Eunice Greenman. Witnesses to Mortgage settlement Oct. 4, 1759: Christopher Sugar and John Bliven Jr.

Page 152, There is a purpose? of Marriage to be Consumated By & between Thomas Hiscox and Patience Beebe of Southhold on Long Island ...(property details), March 2, 1756. Witnesses: William King Jr., Silas Greenman, justice.

Page 153, William Guile and Frances his wife to Abraham Guile of Preston, CT, 200 A bounded by: Samuel Clark, Aug. 20, 1755. Witnesses: Jos. Palmer and Joseph Palmer Jr.

Page 154, Abraham Lewis and Rebeckah his wife to John Lewis 3d, 23 A bounded by: Joseph Lewis, Capt. Elias Thompson, David Lewis Jr, it being all the Tract I purchased of Capt. Nathll Lewis, Dec. 29, 1755. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, justice, Eunice Greenman.

Page 155, John Cottrell and Elisabeth his wife to Nathan Lanphear, 20 A, bounded by: land I bought of Elisha Clark, David Maxson, March 24, 1755. Witnesses: Carey Burdick and Elisha Clark.

Page 156, John Cottrell and Elisabeth his wife to David Maxson, bounded by: Joseph Stillman, Joseph Clark, George Stillman, Jan. 13, 1756. Witnesses: Nathan Burdick and Nathan Barber.

Page 157, William Smith and Rachel his wife to Amos Crandal of Stonington, 28 A bounded by: James Crandal, John Park, heirs of James Bliven decd, Jonathan Burdick, Feb. 17, 1756. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, justice, Abigail Greenman.

Page 158, John Cottrell and Elisabeth his wife to Joseph Stillman, 30 A bounded by: Nathan Lanphear, Jan. 13, 1756. Witnesses: Nathan Barber and Nathan Burdick.

Page 159, Joseph Clark Jr. to David Maxson, Cordwainer, 16 A bounded by: Capt. John Maxson, John Lanphear, _ April 1752. Witnesses: Benoni Smith and Nathan Smith.

Pages 160-161, Stephen Larkin and Mary his wife to Samuel Ward, merchant, 100 A bounded by: William Tanner, James Saunders, James Scriven, Ichabod Clark, John Larkin, Gideon Saunders it being all the sd Stephen Larkins homestead farm, Jan. 29, 1755. Witnesses: John Larkin and John Larkin Jr.

Pages 161-162, Joseph Saunders and Mercy his wife to Samuel Ward, merchant, 12 A bounded by: David Willcocks, land sd Ward Bought of Capt. Ray, Feb. 13, 1756. Witnesses: Ch___ Edwards, John Enos, Edward Bliven Jr. and Valentine Willcocks.

Page 162, I Beriah Brown of North Kingstown, sheriff, appt Samuel Champlin of Westerly as Deputy, May 20, 1763.

Pages 163-164, Samuel Saunders to Jahleel Brenton & Benjamin Wickham both of Newport, merchants, 40 A bounded by: John Lanphear, John Lanphear Jr., Joshua Vose, John Saunders, William Crumb, mortgage, Feb. 19, 1756. Witnesses: John Brown and Elisabeth Brenton.

Page 164, Articles of Agreement between Elisha Willcocks & Jonathan Foster, Boundary line, Feb. 27, 1756. Witnesses: Wm Pendleton and Joseph Crandall, justice.

Page 165, Joseph Lawton to son-in-law Jonathan Foster, Taylor, 12 ½ A bounded by: James Wells, July 24, 1755. Witnesses: Stephen Richmond, justice and Mary Richmond.

Pages 166-167, John Parke and Sarah his wife to Joseph Saunders, 55 A bounded by: Amy Clark, Penelope Babdeck (Babcock?), James Crandal, William Smith, widow Bliven, Thomas Brand, Ichabod Clark, Peter Davis, widow Amy Clark, it being all the land I own in Westerly, Feb. 13, 1755. Witnesses: Samuel Ward, John Enos, William Sisson and Giles Sisson.

Page 167, Benja Weight of North Kingstown, physician, to love, good will to my friend Thomas Brand of Westerly, quit claim, 80 A, June 3?, 1744, bounded by land which I have passed unto Benjamin Willbur. Witnesses: Job Tripp, justice, and Abial Tripp.

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Page 169, John Butler and Mary his wife, carpinter, too Henry Mulkin, carpinter, bounded by: Ichabod Babcock, Stephen Willcocks, Peleg Sisson, John Dodge, March 15, 1756. Witnesses: Elias Button and John Palmiter.

Page 170, John Cottrill and Elisabeth his wife to Joseph Clark, son of Joseph Clark, 15 A bounded by: Joseph Stillman, Gideon Hall, Joseph Clark, David Maxson, March 15, 1756. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal and Stephen Maxson.

Page 170/71, Daniel Maccun Jr. and Abigail his wife to Timothy Porter, Taylor, 13 1/4 A + 25 rods, bounded by Percival Allen, March 28, 1752. Witnesses: Caleb Babcock and Job Babcock.

Page 172, Peter Davis to son Peter Davis, 13 A bounded by: Edward Bliven Jr., Thomas Sisson, 2nd day of 1st mo. 1756. Witnesses: Solomon Hoxsie, Lot Tripp and Stephen Hoxsie.

Page 173, Peter Davis to son William Davis, 114 A bounded by: Edward Bliven Jr., Benjamin Davis, John Crandal, 2nd day 1st mo. 1756. Witnesses: Lot Tripp, Stephen Hoxsie and Solomon Hoxsie.

Page 174, Peter Davis to son Benjmin Davis, 37 A bounded by: Thomas Sisson, Peter Davis Jr., Edward Bliven Jr., land I bought of John Crandal, William Davis, 2nd day of 1st mo. 1756.

Page 175, Edmund Hewit and Elisabeth his wife of Stonington to Daniel Butler, 100 A bounded by Samuel Clark, Feb. 12, 1753. Witnesses: Daniel Brown Jr. and John Fox.

Page 176, Daniel Butler and Hannah his wife to Samuel Button, bounded by: John Cottrill, Benjamin Barber, Aug. 15, 1755. Witnesses: John Maxson ye 2d and John Cottrill.

Page 177, Samuel Button and Mercy his wife, Husbandman, to Walter Worden of Stonington, 83 A bounded: John Cottrell, Benjamin Barber, Aug. 8, 1755. Witnesses: Elisabeth Button and John Button.

Page 178, Benjamin Randal and Mary his wife to David Wells, 21 A bounded: John Lewis, Samuel Maxson, Roger White, Feb. 18, 1756. Witnesses: Edward Wells jr. and Nathan Barber.

Pages 179-80, Samuel Ward and Anna his wife, Merchant, to Sandford Noyes 11 A bounded: land I purchased of Stephen Gavit, David Willcocks, March 24, 1756. Witnesses: Thomas Lawton and Joseph Noyes.

Page 180, Articles of Agreement between Ebenezer Rathbun & John Bliven jr, Division line, ... beginning at NW corner of sd Ebenezer Rathbuns Land & William Greens NW corner ... , Oct. 12, 1758. Witnesses: John Larkin and Joseph Crandall, justice.

Pages 181-82, Joseph Pendleton and Sarah his wife to John Russell of Dartmouth, county of Bristol, province of the Massachusetts Bay, 202 A + 14 rods of upland and 10 1/4 A of Beach bounded: Samuel Babcock, William Pendleton, the 111th Lot in the Lottery granted me by the General Assembly, Jan. 6, 1756, Feb. 11, 1756. Witnesses: Joshua Clarke and Silas Greenman, justice.

Page 182, James Halls son of Henry Halls decd, maintaining Dividing line with Benoni Smith, April 1, 1731. Witnesses: Joseph Crumb and George Lanphear. Rec. 4 Jun 1756.

Page 183, Joseph Lewis and Mary his wife in consideration of 9 A + 25 rods conveyed to me by Deed by John Lewis 3d to John Lewis 3d 13 A + 25 rods, April 27, 1756. Witnesses: Elias Button and Abram Lewis.

Page 184, John Lewis 3d and Thankful his wife in consideration of a piece of Land Conveyed by me by Deed 13 A + 25 rods by John Lewis; to Joseph Lewis 9 A + 25 rods; land John Lewis Bought of Abram Lewis, bounded: David Lewis, Capt. Elias Thompson, April 27, 1756. Witnesses: Elias Button and Abram Lewis.

Page 185, John Butler and Mary his wife, Carpinter, to Daniel Button, Cooper, 1 ½ A + 32 rods, bounded: Christopher Sugar, Jonathan Palmeter, Jan. 16, 1756. Witnesses: Stephen Babcock and Joseph Davis.

Page 186, John MacKoun to son Nathan MacKoun, 5 A bounded: John MacKoun jr, March 28, 1754. Witnesses: Anna Hall and William Basset.

Page 187, Patience Maccoon widow & Admintrix to Estate of John Maccoon late of Westerly decd, sell 30 A to Nathan Maccoon 10 A (it being part of 30) June 1, 1755. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 188, Ebenezer Hill and Thankful his wife to Nehemiah Babcock 40 A bounded: Abraham Guile, Dec. 23, 1755. Witnesses: Thomas Wells and Elisha Coon.

Page 189, George Lanphear and Mercy his wife to Elijah Lanphear 13 A + 3 rods + 15 __, bounded: Joseph Green, John Lewis 3d, Ebenezer Lanphear, George Lanphear, Dec. 7, 1755. Witnesses: George Lanphear Jr. and Stephen Lanphear.

Page 190, Isaac Sheffield of Greenwich in the county of Kent, Colony of Rhode Island to Jonathan Foster of Attelborough, Bristol, Massachusetts, husbandman, 150 A bounded: Elisha Willcocks, Oliver Steward, Robert Hannah, John Gardner, William Griffith, Oct. 9, 1754. Witnesses: Sarah Lawrence and Jona Lawrence (appeared at Providence).

Pages 191-192, Francis Weeden and Mary his wife of Newport to Joseph Sowle of Portsmouth, tailer, 83 3/4 A bounded: John Lewis, Ichabod Babcock, Abel Franklin; ½ A which Francis Weeden sold & conveyed to James Babcock, Oct. 27, 1755. Witnesses: Jonathan Swett and George Weeden (appeared at Newport).

Page 191, Joseph Hull of SK blacksmith firmly bound and obliged to John Bliven Jr. of Westerly, 10,000 pounds, 170A in Westerly, Aug. 20, 1762. Witn: John Watson 3d, Elisabeth Hull.

Page 192, .. Where as the above named John Bliven did convey by Deed bearing date 12 Aug. unto above boundeth Joseph Hull, a certain parcel of land, 170 A ... Now the condition of the above obligation is such that if Joseph Hull, his heirs etc. ....

Page 193, James Babcock and Mary his wife, house carpenter, to William Sims, laborer, ½ A bounded: Abel Franklin, Jan. 12, 1756. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, justice, and Eunice Greenman.

Page 194, Francis Weeden, taylor, to James Babcock, ½ A bounded: Daniel Button, Feb. 4, 1755. Witnesses: Peleg Sisson and Daniel Button.

Page 194, William Hern and Mary his wife to John Lewis 3d, ... we do freely give grant convey & confirm unto our sd son John Lewis ... unto the Homestead farm where our sd son John Lewis now lives in sd Westerly, Feb. 22, 1757. Witnesses: Samll Tifft and William Hiscox jr.

Page 195, Elias Lewis and Susannah his wife to brother Daniel Lewis, 7 1/4 A bounded: Nathaniel Wells, Benja Wilbur, Jan. 20, 1755. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal, justice, and Joseph Witter jr.

Page 196, Samuel Button Jr. to father Samuel Button, to Isaiah Maxson, 4 A, "I Samuel Button Jr. ... for & in consideration of the sum of £16 in current money well & truly paid by Samuel Button the father of the above Samuel Button Jr. ... sell to Isaiah Maxson ... 31 March 1755" Witnesses: Benjamin Randal, justice and Benjamin Randal Jr.

Page 197, William Champlin and Sarah his wife of New London, to Joseph Stanton 31 A + 24 rods bounded: Joseph Gavit, Nathan Babcock, May 7?, 1756. Witnesses: Samuel Ward and James Wells.

Page 198, Joseph York, husbandman, to Henry Willis of Charlestown, cordwainer, 43 A & 4/3 (sic) bounded: Joseph Park, heirs of Wm Ross decd, Aug. 4, 1739. Witnesses: John Gamble, William Willis and Hannah Gavit.

Page 199, William Hall and Sarah his wife formerly of Westerly now residing in Charlestown, to James Bliven 50 A bounded: David Lewis, Isaac Vars, Isaac Hall, Feb. 5, 1755. Witnesses: Esther Hall and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 200, Edward Bliven to son Nathan Bliven, Laborer, 3 A bounded: Peter Davis, Feb. 14, 1756. Witnesses: Elisabeth Crandal and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Pages 200-201, William Guile and Francis his wife to Nathaniel Prentice, Taylor, 100 A bounded: Abraham Guile, Aug. 25, 1756. Witnesses: Elisabeth Maccoon and Daniel Maccoon, justice.

Page 202, Andrew Elliot and Hannah his wife to Caleb Robins, 16 A bounded: Samuel Hill, May 14, 1756. Witnesses: William Guile and Benjamin Randal, justice.

Page 203, Latham Clark and Martha his wife of South Kingstown to Caleb Robins, 12 A bounded: Samuel Hill, Obadiah Pendleton, William Guile, Feb. 12, 1756. Witnesses: Jos Torey and Simeon Haszard.

Page 204, Caleb Robins and Jamima his wife to Joseph Wells, Blacksmith, 34 A + ½ + 3 rods bounded: William Guile, Samuel Hill, Andrew Elliot, Obadiah Pendleton, June 30, 1756. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal, justice and Mary Randal.

Page 205, Oliver Steward of Stonington to Jonathan Foster, 2 A, land sd Steward Bought of Joshua Rathbun, bounded: Elisha Willcocks, Jonathan Foster, Jan. 13, 1756. Witnesses: Wm Pendleton and Joseph Stanton.

Page 206, Benjamin Billing and Mary his wife, Desire Denison, Elisha Denison & Thankful Denison ... being daughters of Edward Denison late of Westerly decd to brother John Denison of Stonington all our right in our father, Edward Denisons estate, March 26, 1735. Witnesses: John Richmond, justice and William Babcock.

Page 207, Anne McCarter, widow & Extrix of Last Will of John McCarter late of Westerly, to Samuel Brand, Blacksmith, 20 A bounded: George Potter, heirs of Nathan Tanner, Sept. 8, 1756. Witnesses: Charles Church and Simeon Perry, justice.

Page 208, Amos Lewis and Mary his wife, Trader, Eldest son to Capt. Nathaniel Lewis late of Charlestown decd, to honored mother, Mary Lewis of Charlestown, wife to the said Nathaniel Lewis decd, Sept. 24?, 1756. Witnesses: Nath Lewis and Jane Lewis.

Page 209, Mary Lewis of Charlestown, widow, to Joseph Pendleton, Beach & Salt Marsh 13 A bounded: Joseph Lewis, Stephen Babcock, Sept. 28, 1756. Witnesses: Nath Lewis, Ruhamah Lewis and Daniel McCoon, justice.

Page 210, Samuel Brand and Rachel his wife, Blacksmith, to John Maxson of Newport, Weaver, 20 A bounded: George Potter, heirs of Nathan Tanner decd, Nov. 6, 1756. Witnesses: Joseph Green and Silas Greenman, justice.

Page 211, John Maxson to son Joseph Maxson, 22 A bounded: George Stillman, Dec. 30, 1755. Witnesses: Joseph Crandal and Elisha Clark.

Page 212, Isaiah Maxson and Judith Maxson, Carpinter, to John Braman jr., cordwainer, 120 A bounded: Samuel Button jr., John Button, Joseph Sanous?, Benjamin Maxson, John Maxson, Latham Clark, Dec. 19, 1755. Witnesses: Cyrus Button, Ebenezer Hill, Nathaniel Kinyon and Ellenor Kinyon.

Page 213, Joshua Crandal and Eunice his wife, Taylor, to William Crandal 18 A with Dwelling house bounded: William Ross, Joseph Park, land that was lately Henry Willis decd, Nov. 3, 1756. Witnesses: Amos Sheffield and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 214, Cyrus Button and Mary his wife to John Millard of Charlestown, Wheelright, 12 A bounded: sd Millards NW corner, Andrew Elliot, Isaiah Maxson, Oct. 9, 1756. Witnesses: Josias Hill and Ebenezer Hill.

Page 215, John Lewis and Ann his wife to Jonathan Langford, 21 A bounded: Benjamin Randal, June 19, 1756. Witnesses: Aran Lanphear and John Maxson.

Page 216, John Witter to son Joseph Witter, 57 A bounded: John Porter, Joseph Munro, Joshua Clark, Judiah Davis, Dec. 22, 1756. Witnesses: John Braman and Elisabeth Steward.

Page 217, Margaret Sanous? widow of Joseph Saunous? late of Westerly decd to John Button, 50 A bounded: John Braman jr., Edward Robinson, June 30, 1756. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal, justice and Mary Randal.

Page 219, John Deak to Amos Lewis of Stonington, 2 Tracts, 4 A bounded: William Hadsell; the other Tract – that part or third part of land I bought of my Brother Edward Deak that is to say the third part of that Land my father died possessed of to my sd Brother by Last Will & Testament, July 26, 1756. Witnesses: Thankfull Hill and Stephen Babcock.

Page 220, Jonathan Palmiter to Joshua Babcock third? 22 1/4 A + 68 rods, which I Bought of Stephen Babcock, John Saterly and Daniel Button, bounded: Daniel Button, heirs of Joseph Lewis decd, Isaac Babcock, Joshua Thompson, Christopher Sugar, John Crandal, Jan. 20, 1757. Witnesses: Henry Mulkin and Elijah Berry.

Page 221, Jonathan Crandal and Hannah his wife to John Button of Voluntown, Windham county, CT, 53 3/4 A bounded: land I bought of Samuel Button, Samuel Button Jr., Christopher Willbur, Dec. 30, 1755. Witnesses: Joshua Maxson, Benjamin Randal, justice, John Cottril and Samuel Button jr.

Page 222, John Lewis 3d and Thankfull his wife to William Hern, 2 A bounded: Joseph Green, Feb. 22, 1757. Witnesses: Samll Tifft and William Hiscox Jr.

Page 223, John Lewis 3d and Thankful his wife to Samuel Tifft, Laborer, 1 A bounded: William Harris, William Hern, Feb. 22, 1757. Witnesses: William Hern, justice, William Hiscox Jr.

Page 224, Daniel Button and Elisabeth his wife, cooper, to Joshua Chase? of Richmond, Laborer, 1 ½ A + 23 rods bounded: Christopher Sugar, Thomas West, Jonathan Palmiter land lately now Joshua Babcocks land, March 3, 1757. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, justice, and Abigail Greenman.

Page 225, Jeremiah Angel and Mary his wife of Scituate, in County of Providence, to James Babcock Jr., ... Each lot containing 100 foot front on Pawcatuck River & 300 foot back, the two Lots of Land given by Capt. James Babcock decd in his Last Will & Testament to his son Daniel Babcock and to his grandson James Babcock laid out 10 Jan 1737/8 by William Babcock surveyor, Jan. 25, 1757. Witnesses: Ichabod Babcock Jr and Lydia Angel.

Page 226, Edward Burdick and Sarah his wife to William Steward of Stonington, 90 A bounded: Thomas Burdick, Benjamin Barber, Joshua Whitford, Obediah Pendleton, Feb. 9, 1757. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal, justice, and Prudence Whitford.

Page 227, Joseph Munro and Mary his wife to John Latham of Norwich, CT, house carpenter, 20 A bounded: Joseph Witter, Joshua Clark, March 10?, 1757. Witnesses: Joshua Clarke and Phineas Clarke.

Page 228, Joshua Lanphear and Zerviah his wife to Edward Robinson, 148 A bounded: Samuel Hobart Burdick, Nathan Palmer, John Collins, Jan. 3, 1757. Witnesses: Charles Brown and Benjamin Randal, justice.

Page 229, Joseph Munro and Mary his wife to Cyrus Button 21 3/4 A bounded: Jedediah Davis, Isaiah Maxson, Nathaniel Kinyon, Nathan Tanner, March 2, 1757. Witnesses: William Tanner and Joshua Clarke.

Page 230, Joshua Lamphear and Zerviah his wife to Samuel Hobard Burdick of Stonington, 100 A bounded: Edward Robinson, Jan. 3, 1757. Witnesses: Charles Brown and Benjamin Randal, justice.

Page 230-231, Abraham Guile of Preston, CT to John Stewart of Westerly, Laborer, 40 A Jan. 6, 1757. Witn: Elisha Coon and Simeon Perry, justice.

Page 232, Henry Mulkin and Abigail his wife, carpenter, to John West, laborer, 20 A bounded: Ichabod Burdick, Stephen Willcocks, Peleg Sisson, John Dodge, Jan. 19, 1757. Witnesses: Micajah Davis and Peleg Sisson.

Page 233, Thomas Burdick to William Steward 70 A bounded: John Foster, Benjamin Barber, March 7, 1757. Witnesses: Joseph Dodge and Simeon Perry, justice.

Pages 234-235, John Lewis 3d and Thanfull his wife to John Saterly 26 A + 3/4 bounded: Capt. Elias Thompson, Elisha Clark, Daniel Lanphear, Ebenezer Lanphear, Abram Lewis, Capt. Silas Greenman, William Hern Esq., Samuel Tifft, March 28, 1757. Witnesses: Abram Lewis and Joseph Crandal.

Page 235, Edward Bliven and Freelove his wife to son John Bliven, 20 A bounded: Peter David, sd Edward Bliven, Edward Bliven Jr, March 4, 1757. Witnesses: Nathan Bliven and Joseph Crandal.

Page 236, John Lewis 3d and Thankfull his wife to Abram Lewis 39 A + 30 rods bounded: Joseph Pendleton, Capt. Elias Thompson, John Saterly, Silas Greenman, Joseph Lewis, March 29, 1757. Witnesses: James Brown and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 237, John Larkin to Abraham Borden, Distiller, 11 A bounded: land sd Bordon purchased of Thomas Clark, Samuel Ward, John Cottrell, Jan. 19, 1757. Witnesses: Simeon Burdick and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 238, Thomas Clark to Abraham Borden, Distiller, 10 A + 3/4 bounded: John Cottrel, George Stillman, John Larkin, Feb. 16, 1757. Witnesses: Joseph Clark Jr. and Mary Burdick daughter to Ed__d Burdick.

Page 239, George Stillman to Abraham Borden, Distiller, 5 3/4 A bounded: John Cottrell, John Larkin, Thomas Clark, Dec. 27, 1756. Witnesses: Benjamin Stillman and Elisha Stillman.

Page 240, Abraham Borden, Distiller, to John Larkin, 8 A Jan. 19, 1757. Witnesses: Simeon Burdick and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 241, Edward Bliven and Freelove his wife to son Nathan Bliven, Laborer, 35 A bounded: Peter Davis, Christopher Sugar, March 10, 1757. Witn: John Bliven, Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 242, Thomas Edwards and Garthrot his wife to Samuel Pendleton, Laborer, 15 A + 38 rods bounded: Benoni Smith, James Hall, Nov. 18, 1754. Witnesses: Silas Greenman and Eunice Greenman.

Page 243, Nathan Babcock and Mary his wife to Joseph Stanton 42 A + 11 rods bounded: land Joseph Stanton purchased of William Champlin, May 2, 1757. Witnesses: Nathll Lewis and Joseph Parke Jr.

Page 244, John Saterly and Amy his wife to William Hern Jr., 37 1/4 A bounded: John Dodge, Joseph Babcock, Christopher Lewis, Joseph Sowle, June 1, 1757. Witnesses: William Hiscox Jr., Katherene Greenman and George Lanphear.

Page 245, James Comstock of New London to Richard Williams of Groton, 1/4 A in Westerly being the Lott numbered 108, main street, a small street, Lott No. 81, Lott No. 107, Coll. Joseph Pendleton's Plan, June 2, 1757. Witnesses: Geo. Richards and John Shaw.

Page 246, Richard Williams of Groton, cordwiner, to James Hall 1/4 A being Lott Number 108, bounded: main street, Lott No. 87, Lott No. 107, asi it is laid out in Coll. Joseph Pendleton's Plan, June 6, 1757. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, justice and Katherene Greenman.

Page 247, John Larkin to John Cottrell 3 A bounded: Thomas Sisson, June 7, 1757. Witnesses: Theodaty Varse and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 248, John Thompson to Joshua Rathbun of Stonington 3 A, June 16, 1757. Witnesses: Gershom Hinckley and John Rathbun.

Page 249, Abraham Borden, Distiller, to Elisabeth Borden of Newport, 23 A bounded: Samuel Ward, John Cottrell, Jan. 9, 1757. Witnesses at Newport: Samuel Smith and Benja Reynolds.

Page 250, John Chapman and Mary his wife to Abraham Borden, Distiller, 4 1/4 A + 27 rods bounded: Thomas Hixcox, May 9, 1757. Witnesses: William Hiscox Jr and Sumner Chapman.

Page 251, Joseph Lewis to George Kenyon of Newport 40 A bounded: John Lewis, sd Joseph Lewis, David Lewis Jr, June 28, 1754. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, justice and Katherin Greenman.

Page 252, Abraham Borden to Elizabeth Borden, spinster, 4 1/4 A bounded: Martha Borden, John Chapman, Thomas Hiscox, June 27, 1757. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, justice and Eunice Greenman.

Page 253, John Thompson and Anne his wife to Joshua Babcock, 10 A bounded: Capt. Joshua Thompson, July 30, 1757. Witnesses: Francis West and Jona Babcock.

Page 254, Articles of Agreement, 12 Mar 1759 between Silas Greenman & Joseph Green, dividing line. Witnesses: William Hern, justice and Stephen Lanphear.

Page 255, Abel Lewis and Thankfull his wife to John Lewis 3d, 2 A bounded: Joseph Lewis, John Lewis, it being all that Lott of Land my honored father gave to me which I now live on, July 12, 1757. Witnesses: Stephen Babcock and Oliver Babcock.

Page 256, Benoni Smith to son Nathan Smith, 50 A bounded: James Halls, William Hiscox, July 12, 1757. Witnesses: Peter Crandal and Elenor Smith.

Page 257, John Lewis and Thankfull his wife to George Lanphear, 1 3/4 A + 22 rods bounded: Ebenezer Lanphear, Elijah Lanphear, Joseph Green, Samuel Tifft, John Saterly, Aug. 5, 1757. Witnesses: James Brown and Stephen Lanphear.

Page 258, Joseph Lewis 3d and Mary his wife to Joseph Babcock, Laborer, 1 A bounded: Capt. John Crandal, Ichabod Babcock, Joshua Lewis, Sept. 12, 1757. Witnesses: Stephen Lanphear and Esther Lewis.

Page 259, Garthret Edward Widow Relick to Thomas Edwards, Empowered by General Assembly ... By & with the Direction of the Town Council of Westerly to sell ... for debts & funeral expenses, June 15, 1757 ... Vote of Town Council Aug. 29, 1757 ... to Abiel Gardner of Stonington 11+ A bounded: Benoni Smith, William Crumb, Oct 20, 1757. Witnesses: Sands Niles and Abigail Greenman.

Page 260, Garthret Edward Widow Relick to Thomas Edwards, Empowered by General Assembly ... By & with the Direction of the Town Council of Westerly to sell ... for debts & funeral expenses, June 15, 1757 ... Vote of Town Council Aug. 29, 1757 ... to Sands Niles of Stonington 5 A bounded: Abiel Gardner, Oct. 20, 1757. Witnesses: Abiel Gardner and Abigail Greenman.

Page 261, Amos Crandal and Hannah his wife to Daniel Bliven 16 A + 2 quarters + 25 rods bounded: Joseph Saunders, James Crandal, Jonathan Burdick, Sept. 19, 1757. Witnesses: Jeremiah Colgrove and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 262, James Bliven to John Bliven jr, 11 A + 3 quarters bounded: John Dodge, Joshua Burdick, Dec. 6, 1756. Witnesses: Mary Bliven and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 263, Elias Thompson and Thankfull his wife to Samuel Brand of Hopkinton, Blacksmith, 5 A bounded: Jonathan Brown, Jan. 18, 1758. Witnesses: Hubbard Burdick 3d and Katherin Greenman.

Page 264, Jonathan Brown and Elisabeth his wife to William Brumbly, 1 ½ A bounded: Joseph Clark, Jonathan Brown, May 3, 1757. Witnesses: Elisha Clark and Isaiah Lanphear.

Page 265, William Champlin of Lime, CT to son Samuel Champlin of Westerly, husbandman, 100 A bounded: Capt. Joseph Stanton, Land sd Stanton purchased of Capt. Nathan Babcock, Jan. 21, 1758. Witn: Joseph Stanton, Benj. Hoxsie, justice.

Page 266, Samll Tifft to Joseph Green, 1 A bounded: William Hern, Feb. 16, 1758. Witnesses: Stephen Babcock and Anna Babcock.

Page 266, Joseph Green to Samuel Tifft, 1 A bounded: George Lanphear, John Saterly, William Hern Esq., Feb. 18, 1758. Witnesses: Stephen Babcock and Anna Babcock.

Page 267, John Saterly and Amey his wife to William Vincent, 18 3/4 A bounded: Elias Thompson, Abram Lewis, Ebenezer Lanphear, Daniel Lanphear, Feb. 27, 1758. Witnesses: Joshua Vose and William Saterly.

Page 268, William Vincent to John Saterly, 45 A bounded: John Saunders, Stephen Babcock, Feb. 27, 1758. Witnesses: Joshua Vose and William Saterly.

Page 269, John Saterly and Amey his wife to Joseph Green, 5 A bounded: William Hern, George Lanphear, Silas Greenman, March 1, 1758. Witnesses: George Stillman jr and Silas Greeman, justice.

Page 270, Robert Brand and Prudence his wife to Stephen Saunders, 19 A bounded: David Lewis, Stephen Saunders, John Lewis, George Hall, March 22, 1763. Witnesses: John Wells and Edward Wells jr.

Page 271, Daniel Johnson and Elizabeth his wife, Laborer, to James Crandal Jun, Taylor, 18 A bounded: John Parke, Jonathan Burdick, Joseph Burdick, James Bliven, Land in possession of Theodaty Vars, March 3, 1755. Witnesses: John Bliven Jun and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 272, Amos Crandal and Hannah his wife to James Crandal, Taylor, 16 A + 2 quarters + 25 rods, bounded: Joseph Saudners, Jonathan Burdick, Daniel Bliven, Sept. 1757. Witnesses: Jeremiah Colgrove and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 273, Edward Bliven and Freelove his wife to son John Bliven, 20 A bounded: Edward Bliven Jrn, Peter Davis, March 30, 1758. Witn: Edward Bliven Jun and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 274, John Bliven and Elizabeth his wife to father Edward Bliven, 20 A bounded: Edward Bliven Jun, Peter Davis, March 30, 1758. Witnesses: James Wells and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 275, William Crandal and Deborah his wife to Edward Crandal, Weaver, 3A + 10 rods bounded: William Ross, March 16, 1758. Witnesses: Joseph The__en and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 276, Elisha Clark and Mary his wife to Ezekiel Saunders ½ A which is one half part of the 16th Lott of Land & the 52nd Lott of Land .... Granted by the General Assembly to Joseph Pendleton, the 16th Lott ... March 27, 1758. Witnesses: John Saunders and George Potter.

Page 277, Jonathan Allen and wife Rachel Allen both of Westerly, having a Right of Dower in the Estate of William Rathun late of Westerly deceased During the Natural Life of sd Rachel Allen, for 380 pounds quit claimed to William Green and Judith his wife both of Charlestown, 122A bounded: Isaac Peckham, John Dodge, Edward Bliven Jr., Ebenezer Rathbun, heirs of James Bliven deceased, Feb. 21, 1757. Witnesses: John Varse, Joseph Crandal.

Page 278, Jarvas Hazelton Late of Westerly, Sadler, now of Township of Shrewsbury, Staford Co., NJ, to daughter Barbary Hazelton of Westerly, spinster, any claim I have or ought to have in or any part of any lands and house in Westerly formerly belonging to Peter Barker late of Westerly decd, Oct. 27, 1758, Ack. in SK. Witn: B. Peckham, G. Peckham.

Page 278 Penelopy Cottrell, spinster widow & Relick of John Cottrell Late of Westerly Deceased, to John Cottrell of Westerly, March 21, 1758. Witnesses: John Chapman and Benoni Smith.

Page 279, Barbary Hazelton of Westerly, single woman, for 550 pounds to Edward Bliven, quit claim certain house and tenement and tract of land formerly belonging to Peter Barker of ye town decd now in possession of Edward Bliven and his son John Bliven and his son Nathan Bliven, 200A, bounded: Peter Davis, Christopher Sugar, Edward Bliven Jun, March 30, 1758. Witnesses: John Crandal, Joseph Crandal justice.

Page 280, James Wells and Mary his wife to Edward Bliven, release and forever quit claim, formerly belonging to Peter Barker decd now in possession of Edward Bliven and his sons John Bliven and Nathan Bliven, 200A, March 30, 1758. Witnesses: John Crandal, Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 281, John Lewis, Mason, of the one part and Zebulon Lewis, Laborer, son of the sd John Lewis of the second part, ... John Lewis to Zebulon Lewis 37 A, Oct 17, 1757. Witnesses: Elisabeth Crandal and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 282, Thomas Brand Jun & Freelove his wife for £220 to Nelms Millard of Charlestown, 18 A bounded: Land Joseph Saunders purchased of John Park, heirs of James Bliven Decd, Ichabod Clark, Feb. 16, 1758. Witnesses: James Crandal and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 283, Elijah Dewey of Lebanon County of Windham, Colony of Connecticut, to Ezekiel Saunders of Westerly, Mariner, 1/4 A Being Eighty Second Lott in Pendleton Lottery, June 1, 1758. Witnesses: Silas Greenman and Katherin Greenman.

Page 284, Timothy Hale of Hartford to Isaac Goodale 1/4 A, April 12, 1758. Witnesses: Jonathan Hale and Theodore Hale.

Page 284, Testimony of Robert Hassard and John Albro dated 19 Dec 1681, Entered Oct. 27, 1761 ... Divided land into 18 shares both upland and meadow, 2 shares - Tobias Saunders and John Crandal.

Page 285, Benoni Smith and Ruth his wife to William Crumb, 13 A + 54 rods bounded: Joseph Crumb, William Hiscox, March 9, 1757. Witnesses: William Ross and Samuel Babcock Jun.

Page 286, Indenture 3 Apr 1758 between James Wells Jun and Ruth his wife of Hopkinton and Desire Hannah of South Kingstown, quit claim ... (in her actual possession & ...) 27 A, East part of the three sevenths of a farm laid out to the heirs of Robert Hannah ... dated 1739. Witnesses: Lawton Palmer and Simeon Perry.

Page 287, Indenture 3 Apr 1758 between Desire Hannah of South Kingstown and James Wells Jun of Hopkinton, quit claim unto James Wells Jr ... (in his actual possession ...) 32 ½ A + 23 rods, a part of the 3/7 of a farm belonging to Robert Hannah ... Witnesses: Laton Palmer and Simeon Perry.

Page 288, Sarah Saunders widow & Relick to John Saunders Esq late of Westerly deceased to Joseph Saunders ... Virtue of my Right of Dowery or power of thirds, Dec. 19, 1746. Witnesses: Benj Hoxsie, justice and Abigail Johnson.

Page 288, William Davis son to Peter of Westerly having sold ½ A of Land to Edward Bliven Jun do promise & oblige myself ... to maintain all the Whole Line of Fence, Oct. 27, 1758. Witnesses: Nathll Sheffield and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 289, Edward Bliven and Freelove his wife, £900 to son Edward Bliven Jr. 24 A bounded: Peter Davis, March 30, 1758. Witnesses: John Crandal, Joseph Crandal justice.

Page 290, John Lanphear to son Benjamin Lanphear, June 8, 1758. Witnesses: William Davis and Elisha Clark.

Page 291, Elisha Willcocks and Mary his wife to son Edward Willcocks 8 A bounded: Jonathan Foster, Robert Hannah Deceased, land in possession of Hezekiah Willcocks, July 12, 1758. Witnesses: Jonathan Foster and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 292, John Lewis and Prudence his wife of Hopkinton to Samuel Saunders of Westerly, Lot Number 17 ... Lot Number 15 ..., Feb. 23, 1758. Witnesses: John Maxson Jr and Stephen Clark.

Page 293, Wm Hern Jr and Eunice his wife to Joseph Babcock, bounded: John Crandal, sd Joseph Babcock, land in possession of Joshua Lewis, July 14, 1758. Witnesses: Christopher Suger and Ruth Suger.

Page 294, Thomas Brand to son Robert Brand, laborer, 76 A bounded: Stephen Saunders, David Lewis, John Lewis, Oct. 12, 1757. Witnesses: Abigail Ball and Benj Hoxsie, justice.

Page 294, We Benjamin Randal, Joshua Clark, John Maxson jun, Joseph Crandal, Joseph Clark jr, Ichabod Babcock jun, six of his Majesties Justices of the Peace ... Having upon the complaint of Stephen Saunders Overseer of the Poor ... against Joseph Lewis, Master of an apprentice Boy named Joseph Hardy for abandon by the sd Joseph Lewis ... Therefore we think fit to Discharge the sd apprentice from his apprenticeship, 31 May 1762.

Page 295, John Saterly and Amey his wife to Elias Lanphear, 3 A bounded: Abram Lewis, Ebenezer Lanphear, March 1, 1758. Witnesses: William Vincent, Elisha Clark and Patience Saterly.

Page 296, Christopher Edwards and Phebe his wife to William Crumb, 22 A bounded: William Davis, April 28, 1756. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, justice, and Nathan Burdick.

Page 297, Garthrot Edwards, widow Relick to Thomas Edwards late of Westerly Decd ... sell personal Estate for funeral expenses ... order date June 15, 1757 ... to John Davis 19 A bounded: William Davis, Joseph Crumb ... which described Land being part of ye old Thomas Edwards Real Estate, Oct. 20, 1757. Witnesses: Sands Niles and Abigail Greenman.

Page 298, Joseph Babcock and Susannah his wife, ... in consideration of a mistake in the Ser__ in writing a Bond which I gave to Capt. John Crandal 68 A + 71 rods bearing date Oct. 6, 1747 bounded: Peter Davis, land in possession of William French, quit claim unto John Crandal ... Sept. 18, 1758. Witnesses: Elias Thompson and Mary Thompson

Page 299, Elisha Willcocks and Mary his wife to son Hezekiah Willcocks, laborer, 8 A bounded: Edward Willcocks, Jonathan Foster, heirs of Robert Hannah Deceased, July 12, 1758. Witnesses: Jonathan Foster and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 300, William Davis and Sarah his wife to Edward Bliven jr, ½ A Oct. 19, 1758. Witnesses: Hezekiah Gavit, Joseph Crandal, justice, Christopher Burdick and Lois Ross.

Page 301, Joseph Lewis and Mary his wife to George Kinyon of Newport, husbandman, 13 A bounded: David Lewis, Nov. 7, 1758. Witnesses: John Crandal and Simeon Perry.

Page 302, Elias Lanphear to Daniel Crumb, bounded: Elijah Lanphear, Richard Berry, Stephen Babcock, George Lanphear jun, Nov. 23, 1758. Witnesses: Stephen Lanphear and Mary Lanphear.

Pages 303-304, John Dodge and Elizabeth his wife to son Oliver Dodge of New Shoreham, bounded: William Green, Isaac Peckham, William Ellery, Edward Bliven jun; 2nd Lott 42 A bounded: Joseph Noyes, Samuel Ward, Oliver Gavit; 3rd Tract 30 A bounded: Samuel Ward, Joshua Babcock, James Bliven; 4th Lott 2 A purchased of Oliver Ring bounded: Stephen Gavit, Joseph Gavit, land I purchased of William Thompson, Nov. 27, 1758. Witnesses: Joseph Hikok and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 304, Silas Maxson and Sarah his wife late of Westerly but now of Stonington, to Charles Greene of Westerly 45 A bounded: Joseph Crumb, land formerly belonging to Benoni Smith, Nov. 20, 1777. Witnesses: Anne Broton, Eunice Crandal and Mary Greenman.

Page 305, Daniel Crumb to Joseph Crandal 1 A bounded: William Crumb, widow Garthrot Edwards, Sept. 14, 1758. Witnesses: Eber Crandal and Elisha Clark.

Page 305, Stephen Hall and Hannah his wife – We acquitt all our Right & title in that house & acre of Land that Daniel Crumb sold to Joseph Crandal, bounded: William Crumb, Widow Garthrot Edwards, to Joseph Crandal, Sept. 14, 1758. Witnesses: Eber Crandal, Elisha Clark, Edward ___nuang.

Page 306, Joshua Chase to Oliver Chase 1 A bounded: Christopher Suger, Joshua Babcock, March 15, 1758. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, justice, Katherine Greenman.

Page 307, Jonathan Palmiter and Sarah his wife, Mason, to Daniel Button, cooper, 12 sq. rods bounded: Stephen Babcock, Jan. 15, 1759. Witnesses: John Palmiter and Deborah Palmiter.

Page 308, Garthrot Edwards, widow to Thomas Edwards, late of Westerly Decd Being Impowered by Act of General Assembly & with direction of Town Council, to sell such Real Estate to satisfy debts, vote of Town Council 29 Aug 1757, to Nathaniel Crandal of Stonington, 11 ½ A bounded: James Halls, Jan. 15, 1759. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, justice, and Katherine Greenman.

Page 308/9, Elisha Stillman and Mary his wife to George Stillman Jun., 10 3/4 A, bounded: George Stillman, Feb. 12, 1759. Witnesses: Benjamin Stillman and Wait Saunders.

Page 310, Jonathan Palmiter and Sarah his wife, Mason, and Daniel Button and Elizabeth his wife, cooper, to Ebenezer Hall of Hopkinton, bounded: Stephen Babcock, March 12, 1759. Witnesses: John Palmiter and Deborah Palmiter.

Page 311, Daniel Crumb, cooper, to James Brown, husbandman, ½ A + 28 rods bounded: Elijah Lanphear, Richard Berry, Stephen Babcock, George Lanphear Jun, Jan. 1, 1759. Witnesses: Mary Lanphear and Stephen Lanphear.

Page 312, Thomas Brand to son Robert Brand 25 A bounded: John(?) Halls, James Halls, Stephen Saunders, March 12, 1759. Witnesses: Mary Burdick and Simeon Burdick.

Page 313, Capt. Daniel Brown of Stonington to Ebenezer Worden of Stonington ½ A bounded: Lott No. 18 house of stones on Main Street, Lott No. 19, April 15, 1758. Witnesses: Henry Minor and Jephthah Hewitt.

Page 313/14, George Stillman to son Benjamin Stillman, weaver, bounded: David Maxson, Joseph Clark, Joseph Maxon, it being all my Land I have on the South side of a highway, March 7, 1759. Witnesses: John Stillman and Ebenezer Brown.

Page 314, Articles of Agreement between William Champlin, Esq. and Joseph Gavit, ... dividing line being uncertain ... land of Joseph Noyes, John Gardner, May 25, 1762. Witnesses: Oliver Gavit and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 315, Joseph Lewis to son Abram Lewis 100 A bounded: Elias Thompson, David Lewis, John Lewis, George Kinyon, it being all my homestead farm where I now Dwell, March 19, 1759. Witnesses: John Lewis and Silas Greenman, justice.

Page 316, Mary Lewis, widow, to Joshua Babcock Jun 8 1/4 A bounded: Jonathan Palmiter, Isaac Babcock, April 10, 1759. Witnesses: Prudence Champlin and James Champlin.

Page 317, Abram Lewis and Rebekah his wife to Abel Lewis, Husbandman, 40 A bounded: Elias Thompson, William Vincent, Joseph Green and Joseph Pendleton, March 20, 1759. Witnesses: Stephen Lanphear and Silas Greenman, justice.

Page 318, Indenture dated 26 Feb 1759 between James Brown, Husbandman alias Laborer and Daniel Crumb, Cooper, one messuage Tract or Lott of Land A + 28 rods bounded: Richard Berry, Stephen Babcock, George Lanphear, Elijah Lanphear ... it being all the land I bought of Daniel Crumb. Witnesses: Oliver Babcock and Stephen Lanphear. Mortgage paid ... 26 Feb 1760. Witnesses: Jonathan Thompson and Katherin Greenman.

Page 319, Edward Crandal and Sarah his wife, Weaver, to William Crandal 3 A + 12 rods with Dwelling house bounded: William Ross, sd William Crandal, Jan. 8, 1759. Witnesses: Joseph Shelden and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 320, Edward Willcocks and Ellenor his wife, Laborer, to Jonathan Foster 8 A bounded: sd Foster, heirs of Robert Hannah Decd, Hezekiah Willcocks, third Day of Feb 1759. Witnesses: Joseph Davy, Thos Gardner and John Enos.

Page 321, Joseph Champlin and Mary his wife to John Lewis the Second, 120 A + 30 rods bounded: Joseph Lewis, 3d, Silas Greenman, John Lewis, March 15, 1759. Witnesses: George Stillman Jun, Silas Greenman, justice.

Page 322, William Pendleton and Mary his wife to Joshua Thompson, 38 A + 30 rods bounded: Abel Franklin, March 27, 1759. Witnesses: Nathan Smith and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 323, David Lewis and Jane his wife to Elias Thompson, 10 A bounded: William Ellery, Ichabod Babcock, May 25, 1759. Witnesses: Isaac Babcock and Joseph Crandal.

Page 324, John Lewis and Thankfull his wife to Abram Lewis, 10 A bounded: Abram Lewis, John Lewis, 13 A bounded: David Lewis, land formerly belonging to Joseph Lewis, May 2, 1759. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, j. p. and Abigail Greenman.

Page 325, Thomas Sisson to son William Sisson, Husbandman, 40 A bounded: Peter Davis Junr, Benjamin Davis, sd Thomas Sisson, John Bliven, June 20, 1759. Witnesses: Thomas Sisson Junr and Joseph Crandal j. p.

Page 326, Thomas Sisson to son Thomas Sisson Jun, Husbandman, 40 Acres bounded: John Bliven, sd Thomas Sisson, June 20, 1759. Witnesses: William Sisson and Joseph Crandal j. p.

Page 326, Articles of Agreement between John Lewis and Joseph Davis regarding fence, May 18, 1761. Witnesses: Stephen Clark and Joseph Crandal j. p.

Page 327, William Sisson to father Thomas Sisson, 40 Acres bounded: Thomas Sisson jr, John Bliven jr, June 20, 1759. Witnesses: Thomas Sisson Jun and Joseph Crandal j. p.

Page 328, Thomas Sisson to Giles Sisson 25 Acres bounded: Gideon Saunders, June 20, 1759. Witnesses: William Sisson and Joseph Crandal j. p.

Page 328, Articles of Agreement, Jan. 18, 1760, between Silas Greenman and Joseph Lewis, ... dividing line. Witnesses: William Hern, j. p. and Chloe Greenman.

Page 329, Thomas Sisson Jr, Husbandman, to father Thomas Sisson ... quit claim 40 Acres bounded: John Bliven, Gideon Saunders, June 20, 1759. Witnesses: William Sisson and Joseph Crandal, j. p.

Page 330, William Champlin and Joseph Noyes ... dividing line ... April 4, 1761. Witnesses: Samuel Ward and Joseph Crandal, j. p.

Page 330, William Champlin and Joseph Noyes ... dividing line ... April 4, 1761. Witnesses: Samuel Ward and Joseph Crandal, j. p.

Page 330, Mary Champlin, widow, to son James Champlin, Husbandman, ... one Negroe girl named Hannah Daughter to my Negro Slave named Dinah lately deceased, Dec. 23, 1760. Witnesses: William David and James Champlin Jr.

Page 331, James Bliven and Sarah his wife, to John Varse, 100 Acres bounded: Isaac Varse, Charles Halls, Isaac Halls, May 1, 1759. Witnesses: Theodaty Varse and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 332, James Halls and Honor his wife, to Joseph Pendleton, 8 Lots a place called Lottery Land ... sold by sd Joseph Pendleton in a lottery granted to him by the General Assembly -
Lott No. 1 containing half an acre with Dwelling House
2nd is Lott No. 88, Lott No. 125 being a quarter of an acre
Lott No. 118 being a quarter of an acre
Lott No. 41 being a quarter of an acre
Lott No. __ being a quarter of an acre
Lott No. 85 being a quarter of an acre
Lott No. 108 being a quarter of an acre
10 July 1759. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, Katherin Greenman, Benajah Gavit and Thos. Gardner.

Page 333, Joseph Davis and Comfort his wife, carpenter of Hopkinton, to John Davis, miller of Westerly, 4 Acres bounded: John Maxson, Clark's Land, sd John Davis, Oct. 11, 1757. Witnesses: Hubbard Burdick and John Lewis jur.

Page 334, Elisha Willcocks to son Hezekiah Willcocks, 8 Acres bounded: Jonathan Foster, Hezekiah Willcocks, Sept. 20, 1759. Witnesses: Benjamin Randall, justice, and Mary Randal.

Page 334, Jonathan Langford, taylor, am bound and obliged unto David Lewis Junr, one thousand pounds, March 25 1760. Jonathan Langford hath purchased of the said David Lewis Junr 1 A with Dwelling House and Well with Water. Witnesses: Anne Ward (her mark) and Joseph Crandal.

Page 335, Esther Halls ... Daughter to father James Halls, to father James Halls 8 Acres bounded: Joseph Clark, heirs of Joseph Stillman, deceased, Oct. 10, 1759. Witnesses: Benoni Smith, justice, and Benoni Avery.

Page 336, Thomas Brand (mark B) to son-in-law George Hall and my daughter Jane Hall is wife ... my wife Sarah during our Natural Lives ... 50 Acres bounded: Land I have given to my son John Brand, Stephen Saunders, Mar. 9, 1759. Witnesses: Silas Greenman, justice, and Katherin Greenman.

Page 337, Thomas Brand to son John Brand, Laborer, 50 Acres bounded: Daniel Peckham, Cornelius Stetson, Mar. 1, 1757. Witnesses Samll Stanton, justice, and Peleg Saunders.

Page 338, John Lewis ye second and Thankful his wife to Abram Lewis 13 Acres + 22 rods bounded: sd John Lewis, Sep. 17, 1759. Witnesses: Ruhamah Lewis and Ruhamah Lewis.

Page 339, David Lewis to Simeon Burdick 100 Rods bounded: James Saunders, sd Burdick, Mar. 8, 1759. Witnesses: Silas Greenman Junr and Thomas Sisson Junr.

Page 340, Silas Greenman and Eunice his wife to Joseph Green, Taylor, 1 3/4 Acres + 32 Rods bounded: John Saterly, Dec. 5, 1759. Witnesses: William Hern, justice, and Henry Babcock. Page 341, William Hern and Mary his wife to Joseph Green, Taylor, 2 Acres bounded: Land he had of John Saterly, Silas Greenman, Dec 3, 1759. Witnesses: John Tifft and Elijah Berry.

Page 341/42, John Saunders and Reed his wife to Elisha Saunders, 4 3/4 Acres bounded: Samuel Saunders, John Chapman, John Saunders, Jan. 10, 1759. Witnesses: Joshua Hern, and William Lewis.

Page 343, Elijah Lanphear, Laborer of County of Windham & Colony of Connecticut, to Stephen Babcock, 36 Rods bounded: Richard Berry, James Brown, Dec. 30, 1759. Witnesses: Daniel Lanphear Jun, Stephen Lanphear.

Page 344, Agreement 17 Dec 1759 between John Saterly, plaisterer? and Abraham Borden, Distiller ... Dividing Line. Witnesses: William Hern, justice, and Joseph Lewis.

Page 344, Ezekiel Gavit & Elias Thompson and Thankfull Thompson, to John Lewis Jun, quit claim, school house & Lott, March 4, 1760. Witnesses: Isaac Babcock and John Thompson.

Page 345, Abel Lewis and Thankfull his wife to John Burdick of Hopkinton, Cordwainer, 40 Acres bounded: Elias Thompson, William Vinsents, Joseph Green, Silas Greenman, Joseph Lewis and Joseph Pendleton, Jan. 9, 1760/1. Witnesses: Hezekiah Saunders and Katherine Greenman.

Page 346, John Lewis Jun and Thankfull his wife to Simeon Pendleton 6 Acres + 18 rods bounded by Joseph Lewis, Feb. 13, 1760. Witnesses: Esther Crandal and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 347, James Brown and Lois his wife, Laborer, to Stephen Babcock being all the land the sd James Brown had sd Stephen Babcock and all the Land the sd Brown had of George Lanphear Jun 3/4 Acre bounded: Richard Berry, Stephen Babcock, George Lanphear, Jan. 26, 1760. Witnesses: John Braman and Mary Braman.

Page 348, Stephen Babcock and Anna his wife to Silas Greenman, Eighth part of an Acre Feb. 29, 1760. Witnesses: Oliver Babcock and Amie Babcock.

Page 349, Benjamin Davis and Mehitabel his wife of Exeter, Late of Westerly, to William Davis, 37 Acres bounded: Thomas Sisson, Peter Davis Jun, Edward Bliven and John Crandal.

Page 350, Lucy Brand, yeoman, to Thomas Brambly/Brumbly, Feb. 22, 1759. Witnesses: Benjamin Randal, justice and John Lewis Jun.

Page 351, Nathaniel Crandal and Jamima his wife of Stonington to Samuel Pendleton 11 Acres + bounded: James Halls, Widow Edward(s), Sands Niles, Feb. 27, 1760. Witnesses: Benoni Smith, justice and Wait Saunders.

Page 352, Thomas Hikox/Hiscox to son Ephraim Hiscox ... of Land which I bought of my father in Law Joseph Clark deceased bounded: land lately belonging to William Clark, April 27, 1757. Witnesses: Keturah Maxson and Jemima ___.

Page 352, Joseph Green am firmly bound to William Hern, 300 pounds, Dec. 3, 1759. Joseph Green has bought 2 Acres of Land of William Hern. Witnesses: John Tifft and Elijah Berry.

Page 353, Joseph Pendleton and Sarah his wife to son Simeon Pendleton 40 Acres bounded: William Steward, Elias Thompson land now in possession of sd Steward, John Burdick, Joseph Lewis Junr 15 Acres bounded: Joshua Babcock, Mary Lewis, John Chapman, Ezekiel Gavit, 13 Acres Joseph Pendleton purchased of Mary Lewis, Feb. 13, 1760. Witnesses: John Lewis Junr and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 354, William Pendleton to son William Pendleton Junr, 4 Acres 26 Rods, March 3, 1759. Witnesses: Samuel Gavit and Joseph Crandal, justice.

Page 355, William Pendleton and Judith his wife of Stonington to Amos Pendleton, Blacksmith, 4 Acres 26 Rods, March 24, 1760. Witnesses: Stephen Lanphear and Oliver Babcock.

Page 356, Joseph Pendleton and Sarah his wife to son Silvester Pendleton, 5 Acres bounded: James Hall, Apr. 3, 1760. Witnesses: Benjamin Lanphear and Christopher Griffeth.

Pages 357-8, Gideon Saunders and Mary his wife to John Bliven Junr, 55 acres 9 rods bounded: Samuel Ward, John Chapman, Giles Sisson, Thomas Sisson Junr. Oct. 4, 1759. Witnesses: Daniel Bliven and Joseph Crandal, Justice.

Page 358, Mary Champlin, widow, Negro woman Dinah, 80 pounds has paid to Samuel Champlin son to my son Samuel Champlin to redeem her child that I sold to sd Samuel Champlin my Grandson ... I hereby quit and Discharge the sd Dinah of and from any Demand whatsoever ... Feb. 13, 1758. Witnesses: Content Burdick and Joseph Crandal.

Page 359, At the Court at St. James the 3d Day of March 1759, (Re Daniel Stanton of Philadelphia) son and heir of Daniel Stanton of Philadelphia ... 1st Tues in Oct. 1749 in favor of Elias Thompson ...

Page 360, John Saunders to son Wait Saunders, 6 Acres bounded: John Saterly, Feb. 19, 1760. Witnesses: Benjamin Stillman and Elisha Clark.

Page 361, Thomas Brumbly and Sarah his wife of Hopkinton, clother, to Remington Sears, Laborer, 1 Acre bounded: Joseph Maxson and Thomas Clark, Feb. 15, 1760. Witnesses: Elisha Coon and Jonathan Coon.

Page 362, John Thompson and Anna his wife, to Joshua Thompson, 4 Acres bounded: Dr. Joshua Babcock purchased of John Thompson, and Francis West, May 2, 1760. Witnesses: Elias Thompson Jur and Joseph Crandal, Justice.

Page 363, James Hall to Daughter Esther Hall, 8 Acres bounded: Joseph Clarke, Heirs of Joseph Stillman Deceased, May 6, 1760. Witnesses: Sarah Smith and Benoni Smith, justice.

Page 364, Theodaty Varse to son John Varse, 42 Acres plus 39 Rods, bounded: Isaac Hall, Cornelius Stetson, June 2, 1760. Witnesses: Jonathan Burdick Junr and Joseph Crandal, Justice.

Page 365, John West, Laborer, to Edward Bliven Junr, 10 Acres bounded: John Dodge, Stephen Willcox junor, Peleg Sisson, Ichabod Babcock, May 16, 1760. Witnesses: Benja Crandal and Joseph Crandal.

Page 366, William Greene to Edward Bliven Junr, Quit Claim 1 1/4 Acres bounded: Ebenezer Rathbun, May 16, 1760. Witnesses: Benja Crandal and Joseph Crandal, Justice.

Page 367, Jonathan Brown and Elizabeth his wife to William Brumbly 1 Acre, Feb. 1, ___. Witnesses: Jonathan Hakes and Elisha Clarke.

Page 368, Edward Bliven Junr, settlement and exchange of land, William Greene Quit Claim , 2 gores(?) Tracts 1 1/4 Acres, bounded: Ebenezer Rathbun, May 16, 1760. Witnesses: Benja Crandal and Joseph Crandal, Justice.

Page 369, Elias Thompson, joint Executor, and Sarah Babcock, widow, joint Executrix of Last Will & Testament of William Babcock Late of Westerly Esqr Deceased ... to sell West half of his Homestead Farm to pay his just Debts ... to Ichabod Babcock, 50 Acres, Sept 1, 1752. Witnesses: Isaac Werden, Joseph Crandal, Justice and Thankful Cornish (her mark).

Page 370, Daniel Shaw and Mary his wife of Stonington to James Hall of Westerly Acre in Westerly bounded: Col. Joseph Pendleton ... it being the 19th Lott According to the Plan of Col Joseph Pendletons Lottery, June 20, 1760. Witnesses: James Pendleton and Nathan Davis.

Page 371, Ebenezer Worden and Borradel his wife of Stonington to James Hall of Westerly, Acre in Westerly ... Lott No. 18, May 18, 1760. Witnesses: Thankful Button and Elias Button.

Page 372, John Osborn and Daniel Southwick both of Salem, Essex, Mass. Bay to Joseph Morey of Westerly, 11 Acres in Westerly bounded: ... being commonly called Buffam's Southwest corner., John Osborn and Hannah his wife. Daniel Southwick and Ruth his wife, June 18, 173_. Rec. July 22, 1760. Witnesses: Henry Davison and Joseph Stanton.

Page 373, Petition to sell land of Henry Willis to pay just Debts by Eleanor Willis, Newport June 9, 1755 ... Henry Willis late of Newport, Cordwainer, ... to Hezekiah Collins of Hopkinton, June 14, 1760. Witnesses: J Grelea and Eliza Grelea.

Page 374, Hezekiah Collins to Joseph Willcox of Westerly 13 Acres (from Henry Willis) bounded: Joseph Park, heirs of Joseph York Deceased, William Crandal. Sept. 8, 1760. Witnesses: Edward Willcocks and Joseph Crandal, Justice.

Page 375, George Lanphear and Mary his wife of Colchester in the County of ___ford Colony of Connecticut to Stephen Lanphear of Westerly, weaver, 7 3/4 Acres bounded: Ebenezer Hall, Stephen Babcock. Oct. 2, 1760. Witnesses: Elijah Lanphear and Anne Lanphear, appeared at Norwich, New London Co.

Page 376, Stephen Larkin (his mark) to Samuel Ward, it being three quarters of half an acre which I fenced(?) for a burying place ... the sole expense of fencing it ... Feb. 7, 1760. Witnesses: David Crandal and Joseph Crandal, Justice.

Page 377, Joseph Stanton and Mary his wife to John Gardner of Charlestown, land partly in Westerly and partly in Charlestowh, 75 Acres plus 8 rods, bounded: Nathan Babcock, Samuel Champlin and William Champlin, Joseph Gavit ... being all the land Joseph Stanton purchased of William Champlin, Samuel Champlin, Nathan Babcock, ... 1 Acre and another Acre ... common name of Ram Island, Oct. 29, 1760. Witnesses: John Congdon and Joseph Crandal, Justice.

Page 378, David Lewis Junr and Jane his wife ... being sole heir of one fifth part of a School House and Lott ... that were owned by Joseph Lewis Junr my Honored Father deceased, to John Lewis, Lieut, Quit Claim, Feb. 5, 1760. Witnesses: John Thompson and Stephen Lanphear.

Page 379, John Lewis and Thankful his wife to Elias Thompson, 5 1/4 Acres plus 9 Rods bounded: Abraham Lewis, Nov. 16, 1760. Witnesses: John Crandall and Wait Lewis.

Page 380, Thomas Brand Junr and Freelove his wife to Nelms Millard, 17 1/4 Acres + 18 Rods bounded: John Bliven, Heirs of James Bliven Deceased, May 21, 1760. Witnesses: William Underwood and Joseph Crandall, Justice.

Page 381, John Satterly, plasterer, and Matthew Maxson, Blacksmith, ... agreement regarding cutting timber, brush, etc. Dec. 23, 1760. Witnesses: William Hern and William Lewis.

Page 382, Joshua Rathbun and Mary his wife of Stonington to John Thompson, 3 Acres, Dec. 12, 1759. Witnesses: John Button and Phinehas Miner.

Page 383, Elisha Berry and Sarah Babcock Exors to the Will of Joshua Babcock late of Westerly deceased, to Joseph Babcock Senior 30 Acres + 28 Rods bounded: Joshua Cha_es, Sarah Babcock house, Isaac Babcock, Joshua Thompson, John Crandal, Sept. 23, 1760. Witnesess: Ezekiel Gavit and Christopher Sugar.

Page 384, Thomas Sisson to William Sisson, cordwainer, 8 Acres + 12 Rods bounded: John Crandal, Thomas Sisson junr, Jan. 28, 1760. Witnesses: Joseph Crandal and Phineas Crandal.

Page 385, Joseph Park and Abigail his wife to William Crandal, 7 3/4 Acres + 10 Rods bounded: Joseph Park, William Crandal and his brother Joshua Crandal, Jan. 27, 1761. Witnesses: Peleg Pendleton and Oliver Burdick.

Page 386, Joseph Babcock and Susanna his wife to Joseph Noyes, 7 Acres bounded: John Crandal and Christopher Sugar, Feb. 24, 1761. Witnesses: Christopher Sugar and William Hern Jur.

Page 387, Joseph Babcock and Susanna his wife to Joseph Noyes, 8 Acres bounded: John Crandal, Ichabod Babcock, Jerusha Lewis and Joseph Soles(?), Feb. 24, 1761. Witnesses: Christopher Sugar and William Hern Jur.

Page 388, Gideon Saunders and Mary his wife to John Bliven Jur, 53 1/4 Acres bounded: Samuel Ward Esqr, John Larkin, Thomas Sisson Jur, Mar. 21, 1761. Witnesses: Jedediah Austen (his mark) and Joseph Crandal, Clerk.

Page 388/89, Sand Niles and Elizabeth his wife of Stonington to James Pendleton, 5 Acres bounded: Samuel Pendleton, Abiel Gardner , William Crandal, Jan. 9, 1761. Witnesses: Stephen Niles, Remmanton Siers. Witnesses to Elizabeth: Isaac Thorn and Dorothy Cottrel, Mar. 30, 1761.

Page 390, Sumner Chapman and Elisabeth his wife to Abraham Borden, Acre, Dec. 3, 1760. Witnesses: John Larkin, Justice, and Peter Crandal.

Page 391, John Saunders to son David Saunders, 7 Acres bounded: son Elisha Saunders, William Hern, Elias Lanphere, Richard Berry, Mar. 6, 1761. Witnesses: William Hern, Justice, and Joshua Hern.

Page 392, John Chapman, of Bo___ county of Hartford in Colony of Connecticut to Sumner Chapman, a farm ... late property of my Honored Father John Chapman, Oct. 18, 1760. Witnesses: Ann Borden and Martha Borden.

Page 393, Thomas Chapman of Boulton ____ to Sumner Chapman Quit Claim ... Estate of my Honored Father John Chaman late of Westerly deceased, Apr. 2, 1761. Witnesses: Benoni Smith and Joseph Crandal, Justice.



Transcribed by Susan Irish Nahas




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