Deed Record Between
Jeromus & Lammethe Lott
and
Carlile Pollock

FHLF#506496 Montgomery County, New York Deed Book 6, 1797-1799. Pg. 155

Indenture made 20 September 1792 between Jeromus Lott of Kings County Long Island New York Esquire and Lammethe his wife and Carlile Pollock of New York City, Merchant... for two hundred and eighty nine pounds seventeen shillings and four pence... sold... (In his actual possession being by virture of a bargain and sell to him thereof made by the said Jeromus Lott for one whole year by indenture bearing date the day next before the day of the date of these presents and by force of the law made for transferring uses into possession)... All that certain tract... of land in Palmers Purchase in the counties of Washington and Montgomery know and distinquished in a map... fell to the share of the heirs of Thomas Palmer by lot number twenty six in the fourth lot of the said general partition in the middle division... beginning in the north east corner of lot number (torn) in the said fourth lot in the middle division (torn) thence south thirty degrees and fourty one minutes (torn) hundred and sixteen chains to the southeast (torn) said lot number twenty five thence north fifty (torn) degrees and twenty minutes east thrity two chains (torn) per links thence south thirty degrees and fourty nine (torn) east twenty three chains and twenty links (torn) sixty nine degrees east nine chains and nine (torn) thence north thirth degrees and fourty minutes west two hundred and fourty three chains, thence south fifty nine degrees and twenty minutes west fourty one chains and fourty four links to the place of beginning containing one thousand and nineteen acres and one quarter of an acre and which was originally granted to the Jeromus Lott by George Clinto Esquire Govenor of the state of New York... By letters patent dated the fourteenth day of August 1786... Also all that other tract... of land in Palmers Purchase in the counties Washington and Montgomery know and distinquished in a map... fell to the share of the heirs of Thomas Palmer by lot number thirty two in the fourth lot in the middle division of the said general partition beginning in the northeast corner of lot number thirty one in the fourth lot in the said middle division and runs thence south thirty degrees and fourty minutes east two hundred and seventy four chains and fourty links to the southeast corner of said lot number thirty one thence south sixty nine degrees east nineteen chains and sixty four links thence north fifty nine degrees and twenty min. east eighteen chains and fifty five links thence north thirty degrees and forty min. west two hundred and seventy eight chains and thence south fifty nine degrees and twenty min. west thirty eight chains and nineteen links to the place of beginning containing one thousand and fifty eight acres and which was originally granted... the Jeromus Lott by George Clinto Esquire Governor of the state of New York ...by letters patent dated fourteenth day of August 1786...also all that certain other tract... of land in Palmers Purchase in the counties of Washington and Motgomery known and distinguished in a map...fell to the share of the heirs of Thomas Palmer by lot number thirty four in the fourth lot of the said general partition in the middle division and runs thence south thirty degrees and forty min. east two hundred and seventy eight chains to the south east corner of the said lot number thirty three thence south fifty nine degrees and twenty min. west thirty seven chains and sixty nine links to the place containing one thousand and fifty eight acres which was granted to Jeromus Lott by George Clinto Esquire Governor.. by letters patent dated the fourteenth day of August 1786 and also the southern most one half part of all that other tract or parcel of land in Palmers Purchase in the counties of Washington and Montgomery known and distinquished in a map... fell to the share of the heirs of Thomas Palmer by lot number twenty one in the fourth lot of the rear division in the said general partition beginning in the northeast corner of lot number twenty in the said fourth lot and rear division thence running south thirty degrees and fourty minutes (torn) two hundred and eighty chains and fifty (torn) to the southeast corner of lot number twenty (torn) east along the fourth lot in the middle division (torn) seven chains and fourty one links and fifty (torn) links and thence south fifty nine degrees and (torn) minutes west thirty seven chains and fourty one links and five ninths of a link to the place of the beginning containing one thousand and fourty nine acres and three rods (sic) and which was orginally granted to the said Jeromus Lott by George Clinto... by letters patent dated the fourteenth day of August 1786 the one half part of the said east above described lot containing five hundred and twenty four acres and one half acre one rod and a half... signed Jeromus Lott and Lammetje Lott... Witness James Abeel and John Ray... Recorded 12 March or May 1790.


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