Putnam County Deed Abstracts

Between Stephen Barger and William Hadden [0:125]

Deed on file in Putnam Deed Book O, pp. 125-128 between Stephen Barger and William Hadden, both of Philipstown. Consideration was $1250. Witnesses were Theodorus Burchlen?, Daniel D. Travis and Phebe Ann Travis. Lands were both in Philipstown:

#1 Beginning at a stake and stones in the line of the lands of CORNELIUS BARGER in the southwest corner of the land of MARY ARMSTRONGS lands to the lands of HENRY ENTROT to a stake and stones thence westerly with said Entrots land to the lands of SOLOMON BAXTER then southerly and westerly with the (same) to the northeast corner of AARON CHRISTIAN thence southerly with (same) until it comes within 70 feet of a building intended for a school house* then east to the road thence south with the highway 60 feet south of said building then west to the lands of WESLEY CHRISTIAN thence southerly with (same) to the lands of Cornelius Barger thence east with (same) to the place of beginning. Containing 60 acres.

#2 Mills? Hill, Philipstown: Beginning at a stake and stones in the southwest corner of said lot in the line of GABRIEL CHRISTIANS land thence an easterly course to a butternut tree then north 42 degrees east 17 chains 55 links then north 18 degrees east 6 chains 66 links then north 18 degrees east 6 chains 66 links to lands now in possession of THOMAS BARRETT thence westerly to a black oak sapling marked there on a southerly course by a line of marked trees 2 white oaks and a chestnut oak, 1 butternut and a black oak to a stake and stones thence bearing east to the place of beginning. Containing 30 acres.

NOTE:

*This appears to be the school house in District 9, same as sold from Moses Hedin to Ephraim Ireland and others dated 27 May 1831 - Deed - Putnam Co., NY, Liber 81, pp. 537-539.

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