• Collection : Stanley Smith Deed Collection
  • Finding aid link : http://www.sturgislibrary.org/pdf/stanley_smith_deed_collection.pdf
  • Unique ID : SSDeeds.3.7.1802
  • Property Town : Eastham/Wellfleet
  • Selling date : 1802-01-29
  • Buyer(s) name(s) : Doane, Simeon
  • Buyer(s) residence(s) : Eastham
  • Seller(s) name(s) : Doane, Timothy; Doane, Heman; Doane, Rebakah; Doane, John; Doane, Marey
  • Seller(s) residence(s) : Orleans; Eastham
  • Acreage : 58+
  • Price : $1,000
  • Justice of the Peace :
  • Date recorded by Justice of the Peace :
  • Witnesses : Doane, Heman; Doane, Rebaca; Doane, John
  • Other names mentioned : Mayo, John; Snow, Joseph; Smith, Nathan; Doane, Solomon; Doane, Jedidah
  • Original date recorded by Registrar :
  • Transaction keywords : land, Main Road, fence, "rode" (road), field, Great Hill, "peace" (piece) of land, lower general "feild" (field), Great General Field, Willard's Field, "medow" (meadow), wood land, pew, Eastham Meetinghouse, carting the produce, making hay.
  • Book of Evidences of Land & folio (or page) :
  • Archives folder : 7
  • Notes : Originally in Orleans (5.2) box, but much of property described as being in Eastham and Wellfleet; Sellers described as "yeomen"; real estate was that of sellers' father, Deacon John Doane, deceased; deed is for multiple parcels, not all of which are given acreage amounts, as well as for one-quarter part of a pew and the privilege of carting produce and making hay; Rebakah Doane's name is spelled two different ways; no JoP or registrar information; Jedidah Doane not mentioned at beginning of deed as seller, but appears at the close; Timothy and Jedidah Doane live in Orleans, the rest in Eastham.
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