Putnam County Deed Abstracts

William & Nancy Hedden to Gilbert Hedden [G:256]

Putnam County Deed Book G, pp. 256-257. William and Nancy (his wife) Hedden of ? to Gilbert Hedden of ? Deed later states William Heddin & Easter? later on, mistake? Deed is dated 23 April 1830 and recorded 4 June 1834. Witnesses were Daniel D. Travis, Gilbert Hunt and Eben Lockwood. Town of ?

#1 Beginning at a white oak stump standing a few rods north from a small brook near a (?) in the line of ROBERT HEDGERS land from thence running along said Hedgers land north 77 degrees east 19 chains and 42 links and south 70 degrees 15 minutes east 9 chains and 60 links thence along (?) and ASA ADDAMS north 41 degrees 15 minutes east 12 chains and 16 links. Then along DANIEL HUNTS land north 67 degrees and 45 minutes west 25 chains and 65 links thence along ISAAC BARRITT land south (4 or 5?) degrees west 2 chains 70 links thence south 49 degrees west 15 minutes west 19 chains and (78?) links. Thence southwest to a stake on the south side of a small brook before mentioned. Thence east on the south side of the same to a stake at (?) Hedgers fence with (?) fence again to the south side of said brook at a stake. Thence north 48 and 45 minutes east to the place of beginning. 35 acres.

Next deed recorded, on the same day of 4 June 1831 was a deed from Robert and Sarah Hedger of Carmel to Gilbert Hadden of Carmel.

#2 Beginning at the line of EBENEAZAR LOCKWOOD land thence running as the turnpike runs 15 rods to a stake of stones thence nortwest course to a large high rock (near?) the line of ISAAC LOCKWOOD (?) continuing the same course to the fence. Thence running a south course 14 rods with the same to the line of Ebenezar Lockwood land. Thence a east course with Lockwood land to the place of beginning. 3 acres.

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