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twenty rods from thence on a straight line to ye place of beginning

Including his house, barn orchard &c

Anno 1732 ye 30*'* day of ye first month (March) N° 3

Laid out to Thomas Whitson upon his right sixty eight Acres
three quarters thirty eight rods of land where his son John's house is
Beginning at ye Southwest corner thereof near John's house and
at the Northwest corner of Thomas Powells homestead on ye East
side of ye highway adjoining thereunto from thence extending
East six degrees North one hundred and thirty eight rods, running
partly by Thomas Powells homestead and partly by John Powell's
East lot and from thence extending North one degree and thirty
minutes East fourty two rods thence North fifty one degrees and
thirty minutes West eighty three rods from thence [p. 2] West
thirteen degrees thirty minuts South thirty five rods thence South
fourty two degrees West thirteen rods thence South twenty two
degrees West thirty eight rods and seventeen links of chain thence
West twenty one degrees South twenty rods thence South thirty
degrees & thirty minnits West nineteen rods thence South thirty
degrees East thirty one rods

(p. 52)— Anno 1732 ye 3P^ day of first mon (March) N° 7

Laid out to Thomas Whitson upon his right sixty nine acres one
half and seventeen rods of land. Beginning at a certain white oak
sapling marked being ye Southwest corner thereof from thence ex-
tending East thirteen degrees thirty minnits Northwardly thirty
five rods fourteen links of chain thence North fourty nine degrees



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thirty minutes East twenty five rods thirteen links of chain thence
North sixty three degrees East fifteen rods eleven links of chain
thence East twenty two degrees thirty minnits North twenty nine
rods thirteen links of chain thence North twenty nine degrees thirty
minnits East fourty five rods twenty one links of chain thence North
nine degrees thirty minnits West fifty six rods from thence extend-
ing West eight degrees thirty minuts South fifty rods to a black
oak tree thence West twenty two degrees South sixty eight rods
thence South twenty two degrees West six rods thence South
twenty seven degrees East twenty four rods and nine links of chain
thence South ten degrees and thirty minnits East eighteen rods
thence South ten degrees and thirty minutes West fifty eight rods
to the first bounds It being the piece of land called Thos Whitson's
Ten Acres, including David Whitsons house

[p. 3] Anno 1732 ye 13*^ day of 1 M° (March) N° 8

Laid out to Thomas Whitson upon his right Eight Acres and
Eighteen rods of land lying Southwest of John Powells homestead
leaving a highway of three rods wide between s'^ land and John
Powells homestead Beginning at ye Southeast corner thereof three
rods Westwardly opposite to the Southwest corner of John Powells
homestead thence extending North twenty six degrees West fifty
one rods and five links of Chain thence South sixty six degrees
West twenty eight rods and fifteen links of chain thence South five
degrees West twenty seven rods ten links of chain to ye highway
that leads from Bethpage to Jericho, from thence by ye highway to
the first bounds fourty nine rods

(^. 5i)_21th of 1 Mo (March 1732/3) N° 9

Laid out to Thomas Whitson on his right Tenn Acres and four
rods of land being situated lying between three highways, that is,
between ye highway that leads from Bethpage to Wait Powells, and
ye highway that leads from Bethpage to Elisha Powell's, and ye
highway that leads from Elisha's to Waits Beginning at ye South-
east corner thereof and from thence extending West six degrees
North seventeen rods North sixty seven degrees thirty minuts West
thirty six rods twenty Hnks of chains to an oak saplaing marked,
thence North thirty seven degrees thirty minutes East twenty rods
ten links of chain thence North sixty two degrees East twenty five
rods twelve links of chain thence North seventy one degrees — [p.
4] — thirty minuts East nineteen rods seventeen links from thence
South four degrees thirty minuts West fifty rods to the first bounds

ye 21^1' of V^ M° (March 1732/3) N° 13

Laid out a piece of land to Thomas Whitson on his right nine

acres three quarters and twelve rods of land situated and lying

apposite to Davids house on ye East side of ye highway that leads



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from Bethpage to Elisha Powells Beginning at ye Southeast corner
thereof thence extending West four degrees thirty minuts North
twenty four rods to ye highway yt leads from Wait? to Elisha
Powell's thence North four degrees thirty minutes East eleven rods,
thence North thirty five degrees East twenty two rods thence North
twenty one degrees East thirty eight rods eighteen links of chain
from thence East eleven degrees South twenty four rods to a stake
which is ye corner of Wait Powell's land also, and from s^ stake to
run on a direct line to ye first bounder, which is a white oak tree as
the margent describes it {in margin) Being a white oak tree

{p. 34) — ['g. 5]— Anno 1733 ye 29*^ of P^ M" {March) N° 16
Paid out to Thomas Whitson on his right Nine Acres twenty
eight rods of land Beginning at a white oak tree marked being ye
Northeast corner of Wait Powells clay pit field and from said white
oak tree extending South seventy five degrees East thirty two rods
thence North fifteen degrees East thirty two rods twenty one links
of chain thence North seventy five degrees West twenty six rods
nineteen links of chain thence South fourty six degrees West fifty
eight rods thence South thirty seven degrees thirty minnits West
fourteen rods nineteen links of chain to a chestnut tree from thence
North sixty one degrees East fourty two rods twenty links of chain
to the first bounds at ye white oak tree

Anno 1733 ye 27^^ day of ye 1 M° {March) N° 17

Laid out to Thomas Whitson upon his right a piece of land lying
joyning partly on ye North side of his Ten Acres so called Begin-
ning at a black oak tree marked thence running North fifty nine
degrees West seventeen rods and seventeen links of chain to Tho^
Powell's Southeast corner thence running North seven degrees East
fifty nine rods two thirds of a rod to Thomas Powell's Northeast
corner from thence extending South seventy six degrees fourty five
minnits East ninty four rods to the highway that leads from Beth-
page to Moses Powells, thence by the highway South thirteen de-
grees thirty minnits West nine rods thence South fourty three de-
grees West fourty five rods eight links of chain thence West eight
degrees and thirty minnits South fifty five — [p. 6] — rods to the
place of beginning at ye s^ black oak tree. Including within the said
bounds twenty seven Acres one quarter seventeen rods of land

{p. 55)— Anno 1733 ye 27*^ day of 1 M° {March) N° 19

Laid out a piece of land to Thomas Whitson upon his right Be-
ginning at ye same black oak tree above s'^ and from thence ex-
tending North fifty nine degrees West seventeen rods and seven-
teen links of chain by ye above &^ piece of land to Thomas Powells
corner thence North seventy eight degrees West forty nine rods by
s*^ Powells land, from thence running on a direct Hne to Thomas



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Whitsons ten acres so called on ye Northwest corner thereof and
from thence running East twenty two degrees North sixty eight
rods by ye s



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