• Collection : Stanley Smith Deed Collection
  • Finding aid link : http://www.sturgislibrary.org/pdf/stanley_smith_deed_collection.pdf
  • Unique ID : SSDeeds.5.1.1799.3
  • Property Town : Orleans
  • Selling date : 1799-10-04
  • Buyer(s) name(s) : Snow, Elnathan
  • Buyer(s) residence(s) : Orleans
  • Seller(s) name(s) : Mayo, Joseph; Mayo, Ruth
  • Seller(s) residence(s) : Eden?, Hancock County
  • Acreage :
  • Price : $53
  • Justice of the Peace : Sparrow, Isaac
  • Date recorded by Justice of the Peace : 1800-10-09
  • Witnesses : Sparrow, Lyda
  • Other names mentioned : Young, Philip; Snow, Thomas; Snow, Edmund; Bacon, Eben; Kenrick, John
  • Original date recorded by Registrar : 1801-11-03; 1829-01-26
  • Transaction keywords : Yeoman, Hancock county, cleared land, estate, deed, "attorni"
  • Book of Evidences of Land & folio (or page) : Book 56, folio 128, Barnstable; Book 1, page 251, Orleans
  • Archives folder : 1
  • Notes : Both seller and buyer are described as yeomen. The land came to Joseph and Ruth Mayo, his wife, from their father, Thomas Snow, late of Eastham, through the estate's deed, dated 10/3/1799. Eastham at the time of this sale is now part of Orleans. Edmund Snow, who signs below Joseph Mayo, and above Ruth Mayo, has a notation above his signature that he was an "attorni to" Ruth Mayo. Both his signature and that of Joseph Mayo are accompanied by seals. One piece of land adjoins that of Elnathan Snow's land and the other near Philip Young's house. A further notation is made that "the words hold from and if all parties wave (waive) E ....? before signed.
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