Buyer(s) name(s)Small, Eldridge; Small, James
Seller(s) name(s)Mayo, Jeremiah
Justice of the PeaceSampson, Joseph
WitnessesSampson, Deborah R.
Date recorded by Justice of the Peace1832-04-21
Original date recorded by Registrar0000-00-00
Other names mentionedCrosby, Samuel; Eldridge, David; Crosby, Widow Mercy; Crocker, Heman
Jeremiah Mayo described as "Administrator to the estate of Samuel Crosby"; Samuel Crosby described as "mariner"; Court of Probate licensed Jeremiah Mayo on the "second Tuesday of December 1831" to sell part of Crosby's real estate for the payment of his "just debts"; real estate sold at "public vendue" on "nineteenth day of April" (1832) to the Smalls; deed is for one half of the 29 acres "lying in common and undivided with David Eldridge" and is subject to the dower of the Widow Mercy Crosby (which she later relinquishes when she sells the other half of the property to the Smalls?).