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John Storer his Heirs and Assigns to the only Use and Be-
hoof of the said John Storer his Heirs and Assigns forever
So that neither he the s'^ Joseph Credefer nor his Heirs nor
any other Person or Persons for him or them or in his or
their Names or in the Name Right or stead of any of them
shall or will by any Way or Means hereafter have claim
challenge or demand any Estate Right Title or Interest of
in or to y*^ Premisses or any Part or Parcel thereof But from
all and every Action Right Estate Title Interest & Demand
of in or to the Premisses or any Part or Parcel thereof they
and every of them shall be utterly excluded and barred for-
ever by these Presents And also the s'* Joseph Credefer &
his Heirs the s** Messuages Tenements & other the Prem-
isses with the Appurces to the s*^ John Storer his Heirs and
Assigns to his and their own proper Use and Uses in man-
ner and Form afore s})ecitied against their Heirs and As-
signs and every of them shall warrant and forever defend
by these Presents In Witness whereof I have hereunto set
my Hand and Seal the eighteenth Day of July in the second
Year of tlie Reicrn of our Sovereign Lord George the Second
by the grace of God of great Brittein France & Ireland
King Defender of the Faith and in the Year of our Lord
God One thousand seven hundred & twenty eight 1728.



Book XH, Fol. 318.

Signed Sealed & Delivered J(),sei)h Credefer (Seal)

in Pre,senc-e of York ,se/\Vell,s July 28. 172.S M-

Robert Finney Joseph Credefer p.sonally appeared

William Paton before me the Subscriber one of his

Sam" Hill Majesties Justices of the Peace for s''

County acknowledged y" above written In-
strument in writing to be his voluntary Act
and Deed Joseph Hill

August 23. 1728. A true Copy of the Original Exam'*

by Jos : Moody Reg"^



To all Peo[)le to whom these Presents shall come Greet-
ing &c Know ye that we John Dennet and
Dennet & Wife Mary Dennet l)oth of Kittery in the County
To of York in the Province of the Masssachusetts

Feinaki Bay in New England for divers good Causes

and Considerations &c have remised released
and forever Quit Claimed and by these Presents Do for us
our Heirs and Assigns and every of us freely clearly and
absolutely remise release and forever Quit Claim unto Na-
than" Fernald and Tobias Fernald of the same Place Yeo-
man Sons to the Cap*^" W"' Fernald of the same Place their
Heirs and Assigns forever the Right which We y'' the s'^
John Dennet and Mary Dennet now have may might or
ought to have or Avhich our Heirs at any Tune hereafter shall
or may have might or ought to have in a certain Tract of
Land lying situate and being in the Township afores'^ w*^''
Tract of Land was granted imto Christo})her Adams former-
ly of Kittery the Father of the aboves'' Mary Dennet and
was measured and laid out unto the s'^ Christopher Ad-
an)s May y^ 22. 1674 by y*' Survey' of the Town of Kittery
as a})})ears by a return & Plat under his Hand reference
thereunto being had In Witness whereof we have hereunto
set our Hands & Seals this Twentieth Day of Septemb'' An-
no Domini One thousand seven hundred & Twenty six and
in the Thirteenth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord
George by the Grace of God of great Brittain France and
Ireland King &c John Dennet (Seal)

Signed Sealed & Delivered Mary Dennet (Seal)

\n Presence of us York sc/Octob"- 10. 1727. This

Richard Gowell Day y^ abovenam'^ John Dennet and

Joseph Fernald Marj^ Dennet })ersonally ai)})eared be-
fore the Subscrib'' and acknowledged this
above Instrument to be their free Act & Deed
Cor'" W'" Pep])errell jun-^ J. Peace



Book XII, Fol. 313.

August 28. 1728. A true Copy of the Orioinal Exam-^

by Jos : Moody Reg""



Know all Men by tlie.se Presents that We Thomas Gyles
Ferryman Mary Brewer Widow and Jonas
Gyles Brewer *c Webber Sawyer and Margaret the Wife of
To me the s*^ Jonas Webber all of Boston in the

(^yles County of Suffolk in New England in Con-

sideration of the Trouble and ex})ence which
our Brother John Gyles of Boston afores'^ Gent hath been
at in looking after and securing to us the Estate of our Hon"^
Father Thomas Gyles Dec'' and for divers other good causes
and Considerations us thereunto moving Have given grant-
ed and sold and by these Presents Do give grant sell and
confirm unto the s'^ John Gyles his Heirs & Assigns forever
all our Right Estate Title Interest Inheritance Share Proper-
ty Claim and Demand whatsoever of in and to sixty Acres
of Land on y^' Points where the House (»f our s'' Father late-
ly stood situate lying and being in the Township of Tops-
ham To have and To hold the s'^ granted Land and Prem-
isses with the A})})ur''''® unto the s'^ John Gyles his Heirs and
Assigns forever To his and their only sole and projier Use
Benefit and Behoof forevermore so that of and from all
Right Estate Title Interest Reclaim Challenge or Demand to
be by us the s'^ Thomas Gyles Mary Brewer Jonas and Mar-
garet Webber or either of us in Right of our s'^ Father or
otherwise howsoever had made or claimed of in or to the s'^
granted Land and Premisses we and each and every of us
and our Heirs respectively shall and will be utterly exclud-
ed and forever debarred of and from the same by Vertue of
these Presents In AVitness \vhereof We have hereunto set
our Hands & Seals this seventeenth Day of August Anno
Domini One thousand seven hundred and Twenty seven
Signed Sealed & Delivered Thomas Gyles (Seal)

in Presence of us ,,r '""'V, .

r,-,. ^,r 1, Mary X Brewer (seal)

1 homas W ells t -iir , , / ^

T 1 TT 4^1 Jonas Webber (Seal)

Joseph Heath ^^^^ ^ '

Margaret X Webber ( Seal )

Mark

Suffolk ss/Boston Aug. 21. 1727. Tho: Gyles Mary
Brewer Jonas Webber and INIargaret Webber a})i)earing ac-
l<n(jwledged the bcfor(> going Instrument to be their Act and
Deed Before Habijah Savage Just. Pacis

August 211. 1728. A true Copy of the Original Exam''

by Jos : JMoody Keg'

Book xii. 62



Book XII, Fol. 314.

[314] To all People to whom these Presents shall come
(Ireeting Know y" that I Abraham Lewis of Mar-
Lewis blehead in the County of Essex in New England
T« Ilousewright for and in Consideration of the Sum

cheever of Sixty three Pounds i)assable Money to me in
Hand before the Ensealing hereof well and truly
paid l)y Nathan Chcver of Boston in the County of Suffolk
Husbandman the Receit whereof I Do hereby acknowledge and
my self thercAvith fully satisfied and contented and thereof
and of every Part and Parcel therof Do exonerate acquitand
discharge him the s^' Nathan Chever his Heirs Exec" and
Admin'^s forever by these Presents Have given granted bar-
gained sold aliened conveyed and confirmed and by these
Presents Do freely fully and absolutely give grant bargain
sell aliene convey & confirm unto him the s'^ Nathan Chever
his Heirs and Assigns forever All that Tract of Land which
I purchased of John Gee of Boston in the County of Suf-
folk Mariner situate lying and being in the Tow n of Bidde-
ford in the County of York formerly known by the Name of
Saco in the Province of Main Bounded on Land of Richard
Peard formerly on the North West & with Land formerly
in the possession of Francis Back House to the South East
and on the Sea to the North East and on Land formerly in
the Possession of Maj"^ W'" Phillips to the South West or
however otherwise the same is bounded containing about
three score Acres More or less To have and to hold the s'^
granted & bargained Premisses with all the Appurces Priv-
iledges & Comodities to the same belonging or in any wise
appertaining To him the s*^ Nathan Chever his Heirs & As-
signs forever To his & their only proper Use Benefit & Be-
hoof for ever And I the s'^ Abraham Lewis for my self my
Heirs Exec»'« & Admin*"* do covenant promise & grant to &
Avith the s'' Nathan Chever his Heirs & Assigns That before
the Ensealing hereof I am the true sole & lawful Owner of
the above bargained Premisses & am lawfully seized & pos-
sessed of the same in mine own i)roper Right as a good per-
fect & absolute Estate of Inheritance in Fee simple & have
in my self good Right full Power & lawful Authority to
grant bargain sell convey & confirm s'' bargained Premisses
in Manner as afores'^ And that the s*^ Nathan Chever his
Heirs & Assigns shall & may from Time to Time & at all
Times for ever hereafter by Force & Virtue of these Pres-
ents laAvfully peaceably & quietly have hold use occupy pos-
sess & enjoy the s'' demised & bargained Premisses with the
Appurces free & clear & freely & clearly accjuitted exoner-
ated & discharijed of from all & all Manner of former or



Book XII, Fol. 314.

other Gifts Grants Bargains Sales Leases Mortgages AYills
Entails Joyntures Dowries Judgments Executions or Incum-
brances of what Name or Nature soever th\it might in any
Measure or Degree obstruct or make void tliis present Deed
Furthermore I the s'^ Abraham Lewis for my self my Heirs
Exec'» & Admin>* do covenant & engage the above demised
Premisses to him the s'' Nathan Chever his Heirs & Assigns
against the lawful Claims or Demands of any Person or Per-
sons whatsoever for ever hereafter to warrant secure & de-
fend by these Presents In Witness whereof I the s'> Abraham
Lewis have hereunto set my Hand & Seal tne thirteenth
Day of July in the Second Year of his Maj^^' Reign Annoif
Domini — 1728- Abraham Liiwis (Seai)

Signed Sealed & Delivered Essex sc/July 13, 172S.

in Presence of us Abraham Lewis the above

Joseph Blany Conveyer psonally api)eared &

Nathan Bowen acknowledged this Instrument to

lie liis free Act & Deed

Coram J Oulton J. Peace
August 30. 172S. A true of the Original Exam*'

by Jos : Moody Reg''



Know all Men by these Presents that I Nathan Tayler of
Salem in the County of Essex and in the Province of
Tayler the Massachusetts Bay in New England Clothier for
T'> and in Consideration of a valuable Sum of Twenty
Tayler Pounds Money to me in Hand paid by Jose})h Tay-
ler of Wells in the County of York in the Province
of the Massachusetts Bay sometime called the Province of
Main in New England afores'^ Cordwaincr Before the Seal-
ing and Delivery of these Presents the Receit whereof I Do
hereby acknowledge and my self thercAV*^'' fully satisfied and
contented and paid Have bargained and sold and Do by these
Pres** firmly clearly and absolutely gi\'e grant bargain and
sell aliene assign sett over and confirm unto the s- Joseph
Tayler his Heirs Exec'^ Admin'^^ and Assigns forever all
my Right Title Interest whatsoever that I iu>w have in all
the Liinds belonging to my Father Jos(q)li Tayler of Wells
in the County and Province afores'^ Deed and I Do b}^ these
Presents Remise Release & (^uit Claim unto the s'' Joseph
Tayler all my Right Proi)erty Interest in the afores'' Estate
of my Father floseph Tayh^r afon^s'' Deccas'' to him the s**
.loseph Tayler To have and To hold the aboves'' Premisses
with all Rights Profits Priviledges Comonages of what Na-
tur(! or kind soever thcrcuuto belonging unto him the said



Book XII, Fol. 314.

Joseph Tayler his Heirs Exec" or Assigns. To the sole
proper Use Benefit and Behoof of him the s^^ Joseph Tayler
his Heirs and Assigns forever In Witness whereof I have
hereunto set my Hand and Seal this fifth Day of May Anno
Domini 1728 and in the first Year of his Majesties Reign
Signed Sealed & Delivered Nathan Taylor (seai)

in Presence of us Abigail Taylor (Seal)

Nathaniell Whittemore Essex sc/Salem July 5. 1728.
George Marsh Then Nathan Tayler & Abigail

his Wife psonally appeared and ac-
knowledged the above written Instru-
ment with their Hands & Seals hereunto
affix'' to be their voluntary Act & Deed

Coram Daniel E})es Justice Peace
Sepf^ 2. 1728. A true Co[)y of the Original Exam''

by Jos : Moody Reg'



Know all Men by these Presents that I Jonathan Bean of
York in the County of York in New England Gent
Bane for and in Consideration of the Sum of fourscore
To Pounds currant Money of New England or good

tiole Public Bills of Credit to me in Hand paid by Nicho-
las Cole of Wells in the County afores'' Millwright
the Recoit wiiereof to my full Content and Satisfaction IDo
hereby acknowledge have given granted bargained and sold
and by these Presents Do freely fully and absolutely give
grant bargain and sell aliene convey & confirm unto him the
s<^ Nicholas Cole his Heirs and Assigns forever all my Right
Title and Interest of in and unto all those Tracts of Land &
Meadow situate in the Township of Wells which William
Frost sold to Lewis Allen as by his Deed bearing Date Sep-
temb'' 9. 1685. Recorded Lib" 6. Fol" 5. of York County
Records for Deeds &c may appear containing about one hun-
dred acres & one third Part of one hundred Acres be the
same more or less which s'^ Allen by a Deed dated May.
10. 1720 Recorded Lib<> 12. Fo^ 7 of s" Records sold to my
Hon'' Father Lewis Bane Es(]' Deed & has been since con-
veyed by me the s'' Jonathan Bane and my two Brothers
Lewis Bane and John Bane to M' Thomas Wells of
Wells afores'' and by him sold to my self again as by the
several Deeds abovementioned reference being thereunto
had for the Boundaries thereof may at large ai)pear together
wdth all the Priviledges and Ap})urtenances to the same be-
longing (excepting the Mill standing thereon & about three
Acres of Land allowed for the Mill Priviledge) To have and



Book XIl, Fol. 315.

To hold the s'' granted and bargained Premisses with the ap-
purtenances (Except as before excepted) To him the s'^
Nicholas Cole his Heirs and Assigns forever To his and their
only proper Use Benefit and Behoof forever [315] as a sure
Estate of Inheritance in Fee simple — And I the s'^ Jonathan
Banc for me my Heirs Exec" & Admin"'^ Do hereby cove-
nant and engage to and with the Nicholas Cole his Heirs
and Assigns that the aboAc bargained Premisses are free of
all Incumbrances had made done or suffed to be done by me
or any hy my Order or Procurement and that I and my
Heirs ExeC^ and Admin" shall and will from Time to Time
and at all Times forever hereafter warrant secure & Defend
the before bargained Premisses (except as before) to him
the s'' Nicholas Cole his Heirs and Assig^ns ag-ainst mv self
my Heirs & Assigns & against the Heirs & Assigns of mys**
Hon'' Father Lewis Bane Esq'' Deed and all other Persons
claiming by from or under me or him or an}^ of them — In
Witness whereof I the s*^ Jonathan Bean have hereunto set
my Hand & Seal the Second Day of Septem'' in the Second
Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Sec-
ond over great Brittain &c — Annoq' Domini One thousand
seven hundred & Twenty eight Jonathan Bean (seai)
Signed Sealed ct Delivered ReC' the Day of the Date of

in Presence of us the foregoing Deed of the with-

Samuel Moody in named Nicholas Cole the Sum of

Jos Moody t'ighty Pounds being the Consideration

within expressed p

York sc/Septemr 2. 1728. Then M-" Jonathan Bean per-
sonally appearing acknowledged the foregoing Instrument
in \^'riting to w''' his Hand & Seal are affixed to be his free
Act & Deed Sam^i Came Jus : Piu-^

Septemb' 3. 1728. A true Copy of the Original Exam''

by Jos : Moody Reg'



To all P(>ople to whom this present writing shall come
Andrew Alger formerly of Cape Porpus in (lie ])rov-
Als«i' ince of Maine in New England now resident in New-
'^'•^ bury in the County of Essex in the Massachusetts
Haley C'olonv in New England Sendeth (ireetiiig Know w
that the s'' Andi'cw Alger for and in Consideration
of the Sum of thirty eight Pounds in Money and other good
Pay to him in Hand paid A: secured to lie p:iid hy Joseph
Bayley of Newbury afores'' Phinter the Receit whereof lie
doth acknowledge cSc himself therew"' fully satisfied cVc eon-
tented Have given granted baro-ained sold alienated enfeoff-



Book XII, Fol. 315.

cd and confirmed and Doth by those Presents fully freely
clearly and absolutel}^ give i>rant bargain sell alienate en-
fcoffe and confirm unto the; s'' Joseph Bayley his Heirs
Exec^'^ Admin''^ or Assigns these several Pieces Parcels or
Tracts of Upland and Meadow hereafter mentioned and ly-
ing being or situated in the Township of Cape Por})us
afores'' and are bounded as followeth One Piece or Tract
containing One hundred Acres of Upland and Six Acres of
Meadow joining to it be it more or less and is the Upland
on Part of which s*^* Algcrs Mansion House formerly stood
and the Meadow that which was formerly Morgan Houghs
& bought by s"^ Alger of John Batson Sen"" and is bounded
both Upland & Meadow by the Land of Simon Burrey on
the South East and Francis Johnson Westerly And also One
hundred Acres of Upland & Meadow by Kenebunke River
as it is granted and bounded of the s'^ Alger in the Town
Records at Cape Porpus afores^' be it more or less joyning
to the Land of Symond Burrey Also fifty Acres of Upland
& Meadow at a Place called the Deserts in Cape Porpus as
may appear by the Town Records there and also all Town
Rights Priviledges and Imunities Comonages Freeholds Di-
visions of Lands Rents and usual Customs of Subdivisions
of Land or by whatsoever Name or Title it is or may be
called that the s'^ Alger his Heirs ExeC^ & Admin" now
have or hereafter might could or ought to have any where
within the Bounds of the Township of Cape Porj^us afores'^
To have & To hold all & every Part & Parcel of the above-
mentioned & granted Preiuisses to him the s"^ Joseph Bay-
ley his Heirs Exec'"'' Admin'* & Assigns with all the Privi-
ledges Profits & Rights thereunto belonging or any Ways
appertaining as a free Estate in Fee simple forever and the
said Andrew Alger for himself his Heirs Exec''* & Admin''*
doth Covenant & promise to and with the s^' Joseph Bayley
his Heirs Exec'* Admin'* and Assigns that at the Time of
the Ensealing and Delivery hereof he is the true sole lawful
and proper Owner of all the above granted Premisses and
that he hath full Power good Right and lawful Authority to
sell and dispose of the same as alioves'^ and that the same
and every Part and Parcel thereof is free & clear & freely
and clearly acquitted and Discharged of and from all other and
former Gifts Grants Bargains Sales Titles Rights Alienations
Enfeoffments Dowries Confirmations Right of Thirds Mortga-
ges Extents Judgments Executions Charges c^c Licumbrances
whatsoever c*c that he will A\"arrant and Defend the same &
every Part and Parcel thereof from & against all Person or
Persons whatsoever laying having or pretending to have any



Book XII, Fol. 310.

Legal Title thereunto And he will further Do or cause to be

done any other Act or Acts Thino- or Things that shall be

needful for a more sure & firm Convej^ance of the same as

aboves'' when he shall be legally thereunto called In \Mt-

ness whereof the aboves*^ Andrew Alger w"' his Wife have

hereunto set their Hands & Seals this Da}^ of March

in the Year of our Lord One thousand six Hundred ninety

Two & in the Third Year of the Reign of our Sovereigns

William & Mary King and Queen of England Scotland

France & Ireland Def' Fidei Andrew Alger & a Seal

Signed Sealed & Delivered Andrew Alger appearing

in Presence of psonally before me at my

James Bayle}^ House at Salisbury acknowl-

Isaac Bayley edged this to be his Act & Deed

this 2^^ May 1(392

Before me Robert Pike Assis^
Entred Feb'^' 14. 1G93/4

EssY^s A true Copy of Record as it appears Lib" 10.
Fol° 120 &c Exam'i "^ Attest John Higginson Reg -

Aug*' 3d 1728 A true Copy of an attested Coi)y Exani'^

by Jos : Moody Reg''



To all People to whoiu these Presents shall come Greet-
ing Know ye that I John Frees of Arundel in the
Frees County of York House Carpenter for & in Consid-
To eration of the full & just Sum of thirty Pounds

Dorell currant Money or Bills of Credit to me in Hand
paid before the Ensealing hereof by Phili}) Dorell
Jun' of Arundel in the Count}' afores"^* Yeoman The Receit
whereof I do hereby acknowledge & my self therewith fully
satisfied & contented have given granted bargained sold con-
veyed & confirmed t^ by these Presents do give grant bar-
gain sell aliene convey & confirm unto him the s'' Philip
Dorell Jun' his Heirs Exec'* Admin'*" for ever One certain
Parcel or Tract of Uj^land lying ^Sc Ix'ing in Arundel afores''
containing fifty Acres adjoyning to Kencbunk River t't so
running forty Rods on s'' River bounded by the Land of
Joshua Walker Easterly & by the Land of Thomas & John
Sanders Westerly & so running from Kenebunk River Nor-
therly with the same Breadth till the fifty Acres be copleat-
ed To have and to iiold the s'' gnuited & bargained Prem-
isses with all [316] the Apj)urtenances Privi ledges «}c Com-
odities to the same belonging or any \\'ays appertaining To
him the Philip Dorell .hm' his Heirs !ind Assigns for ever
To his & their proper Use Benefit lSc liehoof for ever And I



Book XII, Fol. 310.

the s'l John Frees for my self my Heirs Exec*"* Admin'* do
covenant promise & grant to & with the s'^ Philip Dorell his
Heirs & Assigns that before the Ensealing hereof I am the
true sole & lawful Owner of the above bargained Prem-
isses & have in my self good Right full Power & lawful Au-
thority to sell & dispose of the same And that y*" s'* Philip
Dorell Jun'" his Heirs & Assigns shall & may from Time to
Time & at all Times for ever hereafter by Force & Virtue
of these Presents law^fully use have hold occupy possess &
enjoy the s'' bargained Premisses with their Appurces free
& clear & clearly acquitted exonerated & discharged of &
from all Manner of former Gifts Grants Bargains Sales
Leases Mortgages Wills Entails Joyntures Dowries Judg-
ments or any other Incumbrances Avhatsoever Furthermore
I the s'' John Frees for my self my Heirs Exec'» Admin'^do
covenant promise & grant to & with the s'^ Phili]i Dorrell
his Heirs & Assigns against the lawful Claims or Demands
of any Person or Persons whatsoever or whomsoever here-
after laying any lawful Claim to the same — In Witness to all
above written I the s'^ John Frees have hereunto set my
Hand & Seal this fifteenth Day of June one thousand seven
hundred & twenty eight — 1728 John Frees (Seal)

Signed Sealed & Delivered York sc/Wolls Aug^* y^ 9*"

in Presence of us 1728. Then the within named

James March John Frees psonally appeared &

Daniel Greenleaf acknowledged the within written In-
strument or Deed of Sale to be his free
• Act & Deed

Before me Joseph Hill Jus: Peace
Septemb' 18. 1728 A true Copy of the C)riginal Exam''

by Jos: Moody Reg'



Berwick July 14. 1727.
Then Received of M''^ Elisabeth Hubbard Widow of M''

Phili}) deceas'^ Admin"' to his Estate the Sum
Hubbanls Red of four Shillings & six Pence being the full of

what was allotted me out my Hon*^ Father M'
Philip Hul)bard deceas'' his Estate settled on me as my Por-
tion by tile Distribution of the s^' Estate by the Persons le-
gall}' appointed & do here)\y acquit & discharge the s'' Elis-
al)eth Hubbard capacitated as af ores'' & the Heirs Exec"^^ &
Admin'* for ever of the s^' Deceas*^ Husband of the s'' Elisa-
beth Hubbard



Book XI r, FoL. 3U).

In Witness whereof I have hereunto set nw Hand & Seal
the Day & Year aboves'^

Witness — Daniel Stone Moses Hubbard (Seal)

John Bradstreet
Septenib" 25. 1728. A true Copy of the Original Exani^*

by Jos : Moody Reg'

This Indenture made the twentieth Day of March Anno
Tailer Dudlev &c ^<^"i' f*"^' thousand seven hundred & twen-
q^,^ ty seven & in the first Year of the Reign of

Felts *^'^^ Sovereign Lord King George the Second

over Great Britain &c Between Moses Felt of
Runiney Marsh in the County of Suffolk and Province of
the Massachusetts Bay in New Enghmd Husbandman Son of
George Felt formerly of North Yarmouth in C/asco Bay in
the County of York & Province afores'^ Yeoman Deceased ;
And George Felt of Salem in the County of Essex & Prov-
ince afores'' Blockmaker Grandson of the s'^ (xeorge Felt of
the one Part. And the honorable William Tailer Elisha
Cook & William Dudley Esrf^ John Smith & John Powel



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