Isaac Osborn’s sale of his share of the lands and windmill left to him by his father Jedidiah.
Copied by David L. Martin from Records of the Town of East-Hampton, Long Island, Suffolk Co., N.Y., Vol 4, pp 263-264., J.H. Hunt, Printer, Sag-Harbor, 1889
Book G page 180 [Abstract] Know all men by these presents that I, Isaac Osborn, of Winslow, in the county of Lincoln, Massachusetts, yeoman, for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred pounds lawful money, truly paid by Daniel Hopping, of East Hampton &c., weaver, have sold and conveyed one half of a certain tract of undivided land lying in two divisions situated in said town of East Hampton, bounded as follows: beginning at the northeast corner and running southerly along by the pond till it comes to a creek called Stephen's creek; thence running up said creek about forty rods to land of David Hedges, thence running west about thirty rods to a road: thence running northerly up said road to land of Jacob Osborn ; thence running northeast to the first mentioned bounds, containing about thirty acres more or less. The other division lying forty rods northwest, beginning at the southeast corner, running northwest till it comes to a road; thence running northeast about sixty rods to a road; thence south about sixty poles, to land of Jacob Osborn ; thence running west to the first mentioned bounds and contains about thirty acres, more or less, together with one half a windmill, standing just by said premises. To have and to hold the one half of the undivided premises. Furthermore, I, the said Isaac Osborn for myself and my heirs do warrant and defend. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 1st day of October, 1789
ISAAC OSBORNE. [L.S.]
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