Records of the Town of Southhampton; With Other Ancient Documents of Historic Value ...

Records of the Town of Southhampton; With Other Ancient Documents of Historic Value ...

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1896 edition. Excerpt: ...described, and entered of record, in the Clerk's oflice, of said town according to the annexed survey 'which has been made under our direction as follows--Beginning at the northwest corner of the lot of Stephen Burnett, on a line with the north fence of said lot, as it now stands--and running N. 83 deg. E. 22.32 rods, thence N. 645: deg. E. 16.44 rods, thence N. 86 deg. E. 40.64 rods, thence N. 89 1--3 deg. E. 65.6 rods Thence S. 83 deg. E. 25.64 rods. Thence N. 41 deg. E. 6.8 rods, thence S. 88 E. 17.36 rods to intersect the passing road leading through the land of the heirs of Matthias Burnett deceased. And we do further order that the line of said survey be the south line of said road; and that the said road at Station No. 1 be of the width of 2.72 rods, at station No. 2 2.84 rods, at stations No. 3-4-5-7 the road be 4 rods wide, and that all that angular tract between No. 5 and No. 7 be and remain for the highway, according to the said annexed survey. Given.under our hands this 10th day of June A; D., 1854. MATTHEW HILDBETH, Commissioners Gno. O. Posr, of J OHN ALLEN, Highways. A correct copy. R. R. RHODEs, Town Clerk. PAGE 169. At ameeting of the Commissioners of Highways of the Town of Southampton, in the County of Suffolk, held in said town at the house of---------on the--day of 1854, to decide upon the application of Barney R. Green, a resident of said town, and liable to be assessed for highway labor therein; for the discontinuance of a part of the road herein after described in so much thereof, as is. more than four rods wide. Twelve free-holders of the said town, duly summoned and sworn, having certified in writing (that the said road, or so much thereof as is more than 4. rodswide, is useless and unnecessary) do...show more

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  • Paperback | 92 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 181g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236835980
  • 9781236835987