Putnam County Deed Abstracts

Between William & Nancy Hedden and Samuel Hadden [L:207]

Putnam County Deed Book L, pp. 207-210 between William Hedden and Nancy his wife of Carmel and Samuel Hadden of Philips. Deed is dated 25 May 1831 and recorded 19 July 1838. Consideration was $70 for 6 acres. Deed was signed with marks of William and Nancy Hadden, witnessed by Daniel D. Tompkins and Daniel D. Travis. Town land is located in is not given, assumed to be Philipstown.

Beginning to the Westchester and Dutchess Turnpike road that leads through Peekskill Hollow, a corner of EBENEZAR LOCKWOODS land thence a easterly course with the same 27 rods to the east side of the creek to a stake and stones thence a northeast course 20 rods and 16 links to the east side of the creek where it strikes the land to a stake and stones from thence a northwest course 72 rods to the turnpike road to a stake and stones from thence northeast course 8 1/2 rods as the road runs to a stake and stones thence a northwest course 13 rods to a wild cherry tree sapling on the rocks in the line of ISAAC LOCKWOOD land thence running south the same a southwesterly course 13 rods to a rock a corner of GILBERT HADENS land thence running with the same or easterly course to the turnpike road to a stake and stones thence a southwest course as the road runs 14 rods to the place of beginning.

Submitted by "Kris Morison"
Copyright 2006
"Kris Morison"
Thank You - Kris

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