• Collection : Stanley Smith Deed Collection
  • Finding aid link : http://www.sturgislibrary.org/pdf/stanley_smith_deed_collection.pdf
  • Unique ID : SSDeeds.5.5.1828.2
  • Property Town : Orleans
  • Selling date : 1828-03-28
  • Buyer(s) name(s) : Comings, Daniel
  • Buyer(s) residence(s) : Orleans
  • Seller(s) name(s) : Small, John; Small, Mercy
  • Seller(s) residence(s) : Provincetown
  • Acreage : 9
  • Price : $4.99
  • Justice of the Peace : Myrick, Daniel
  • Date recorded by Justice of the Peace : 1828-03-28
  • Witnesses : Smalley, Abraham, Jr.
  • Other names mentioned : Pepper, Solomon; Hopkins, Jonathan; Gould, Joshua; Hopkins, Jonathan
  • Original date recorded by Registrar :
  • Transaction keywords : Estate, woodland, pew, stake, stones, poles, Cliff Pond, Silas' way
  • Book of Evidences of Land & folio (or page) :
  • Archives folder : 5
  • Notes : John Small was a mariner, and Mercy Small was his wife. Daniel Comings was a yeoman.The property was sold by them as heirs of the estate of Solomon Pepper, late of Orleans. In addition to the 9 acres of woodland, the sale included one half of a pew in the Congregational Meeting House in Orleans, "it being 1/10 part of said 1/2 pew." The pew was also described as one undivided half part, with the heirs of Joshua Gould, deceased. The pew description location names the aisles and other pews bounding it.
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