Daniel HaightLand divisions

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Daniel HaightLand divisions - I ; - riXIlB aubscribert, eomrulwioiteri...
I ; - riXIlB aubscribert, eomrulwioiteri appointed by the I roMof Chaneervof thestateol New York to make partition of certain lands and premises, hereby Sive notice, mat oy virtue oi aaeeree vs ius mhu hjuii, ey Will, on tbe first day of November next at twelve ottoek nt noon oa that day, at the house of Henry L. Penfiejd, In the town 01 Iiyn, in we couniy oi ntw Chester, sell at public auction the lands and premises . . ah .i a : ... tj lOllOWing, lO St 11 ! AS um c:riaB pnww ) v, land, situate in the town of Hye and county of Westchester, and w hich, in a certain deed, bearing date on h. fifth lav Marcn. in tlie vear one luousnna seven hundred and eighty - seven, made by Josiah Brown, of Kve. to Isaac urown, is acscnoea i suumeu m i u fsCCK, SOCailea, ana isinerem ucscriueu as wins fnllnai tn irit: heirinninir at the northwest cor ner ot tne same kx ana at ine souiun ci curut r mt land of Exekiel UaliUad, Junior; running easterly, with said Halstead's laud, until it conies to Snif - fen'iCove.so called; tumce souiaeny ana wesieny, alon. the Sound as it runs, including the salt meadow ledges ami the Islands, nil it comes io n snoe jnnwu m the southernmost end of the dividing line between the lands of the said Josiab and Isaac, od which there now stands a fence ; thence northerly, along the dividing line as the fence now stands, until it conies to a stone set in the ground nt the corner of the fence, near a run of water issuing from a spring ; thence westerly, as the fence now stand, two rliains and seventy links, to a stone set in the gromid southerly of a well of water ; thence northerly, crossing the middle of the well, until it strike. - the stone wall : thence along the stone wall, until it sti ikes Zebcdinh Brown's lot, so r nil cd; thence westerly, with Zcbedinh Brown's lot, until it come, to the gate way by the road ; thence northerly, with the road, to the place of beginning: containius within the snmc bouuds, by survey, one hundred and sixteen acres, ouc rood, and thirty - two rods. And also,acertatnollierpiece or parcel uf land, situate in the said town of Rye, and commonly called llie Ce - ilnr Int ami hnunded uortlierlv bv land of Labnn Rin - sel, easterly by land late of Jisse .larvis, deceased, nnllirrlv hv lund of Thomas McCullum.hv the road commonly called Grnrc Church street and by the 1hi.iI ot Simmons ecK, ana westerly oy ineiurnpiHc n un BY hereby Ivii the forenoon an be the thereafter by making hi - ture ed of a - ; twenty I J nud and the ctl w 21st leading towanls Bi ton, cuntaimtig fifty - six ucres, o..e rood ana sixteen rous oi luiia. And aim a certain other piece or parcel of land situate in ili - uiiil Inu n.if Rve. nnd eommnnlv called the Ben and hounded southerly bv landsof Billa Tbeall and Thomas McCullum, easterly ny lanu ol rne saia Thomas MclUllum ana lana is riniemnn liitisuxu. at roixis in of as in - an - pri No. will and the will of in - - sue Lon of northerly by land of the said Philemon llalstead.aml westerly by the road leading from Christ Church, al Rye, to Mill Creek, containing five ncr.:s, two roodi and twenty roas 01 ianu, oe tac same mure nr it - j.. And also all t'uat other Diece ornurcel of land enm - monly called the I'kin, situate in the said town of Rye, and bounded southerly by land of Laban Russell, east erly by lands oi tne sain l - nuan idissrii anu 01 riinrw Barton, northerly hy lands of Morris Brown nnd - .f Nebeniinh Brown, and westerly hv the mad calicd the Ilogpcn Ridge road, containing lliirty - five acres, two roods and seventeen pole of laud, be t he same more or less. And allso all that other piece or parcel of land beine part of the farm commonly called the Slrnng farm, and situate in the said town of Rye, which piece or parcel of land is bounded westerty hy the road commonly called the Purchase road, and by land of Robert Kennedy, northerly by land of the said Robert Kennedy and of Samuel Lyons, and easterly hy the road called the Hogpen Ridgcroad,and southerly by the road, containing hfty - scvm acres and thirty five rod, be the same more or less. And nlsoall thatother pieeeor parcel of land being part of the said furro.called the Strang farm, & situate partly in the said town of Rye, and partly iutbe tnwnof Harrison, in the said county of Westchester, which lat aforesaid piece or parcel if Innd is bouuded easterly by the said rond called the Purchase road, and northerly by the last aforesaid road aud hy the land of David Brown, nnrtlirrlv hv the land of the said David Brown and land f Jonathan Horton, and southerly by land of Thomas Purdy, containing one hundred and seven acres, one rood and three rods of land, be the same more or less. And also, all that other piece or parcel of land situate in the said town of Rye, being a piece of salt meadow of a triangular shape, bounded easterly by the mill creek road, and southerly by land of Philemon Hal - stead, aud westerly by the burying ground, containing about half an acre of land be the same more or less. And also, all that other piece or parcel of land situate in the said town of Rye, being part of the homestead of the said Thomas Brown, deceased, and bounded as follows, to wit: beginning at the corner of Philemon Halstead's bouse lot on the road leading to Rye Flats, at or near wliicli corner stands a cherry tree, mence runnine aloor Philemon Halstead's land north twenty - three degrees sod thirty minutes east five chains, thence along Philemon Halstead's land north twenty - four degrees east two chains and seventy - nine links, then along a fence south sixty - five degrees east one chain nnd sixty - four links, then along thesaid fence south sixty - seven degrees and fifteen minutes east two chains and forty litilr ttuMt alnnir lb saul f - rvs - - nilfa sirtv - stT A?VTtA ana tony - ove minuica can io cnsnia ana luny iuik.. , thnn aloiur the said fence south sixtv - fnlir detfrees east slwo cbniiis and sixty links, then along the said fence south sixty - one degrees and tuteen miuutes east three chains and thirteen links, then south seventy - seven de grees east eleven chains and ninety - seven links to an other fence, then south sixty - one degrees and forty - five minutes east two chains and sixty links along a fence, then south sixty - one degree east along the last aforesaid fence two chains, then sooth fifty - eight degrees thirty nunntas east along Ue said bows aincty - six Irak to tne road, then south forty - bye degrees west along the said roea lourcnauis uuu m uu - ,uicnuui iwcmjmw uc - grees and lorry - live minutes west along ine saia roea one CASIO ana nineiy - inree linns, tnen sown ininy - oue aegrees west alone ine saia roaa swy - seveu una, incn souin turty - Oine aegrees ana miny minumne - iaiong ttut - aid mad ona chain and thirtv - eiirht links, then north seventy - two degrees and fifteen minutes west along tbe said road three chains, then north seventy - four decrees and forty - five minutes west alone tbe said rond two chains and seventy - four links, then north sixty - six degrees west along the said road forty - four link, tucn nortn seventy - one aegrees west aiong tne said mad seven chains and fiftv - ix links, tlirn north sixtv - six decrees west nlonx the said road six chains and thirty links, thrn north sixty - four degrees west along tne said roaa live cuains ana tweniy - iive iuiks, then north sixtv - three degrees west alone the said road one chain and eighty links to the place of beginning containing twenty - tnree acres ana tnirty roas 01 lana, be the same more or less. And also, the undivided moietv or half oart of all that other piece or parcel of land or salt mendo w situate in the said town of R ve. nnd bounded northerly bv land of Daniel Haight, westerly by Rye creek or mill pond, souilieriy anu easterly oy ianu 01 ruiiemon iiuisieau, containing one acre, two roods and eleven poles of lund be the same more or less. And also, the undivided moiety or half part of all that other piece or parcel of land commonly called the linrvinsr hill, situate in the said town of Rve. and bounded northerly and westerly by the road leading to Mannei'inz isfniid. southerly and easterly hv the sound, containing about two acres and a ball acre ot land, be the same more or less. Dated the eleventh day of Augut't, in tbe year 1 821. Ua.YI IIAi WAIil', WILLIAM CARPENTER, 15 lawtrfovl BILLA THEALL. I I f.r i - i day lllol in . ty, nt if his at f?r at be t

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  1. The Evening Post,
  2. 01 Oct 1827, Mon,
  3. Page 4

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