[Mayflower Descendant, 15:252]
& at head by a red oak tree marked. In Consideration whereof We said John John Washburne Thomas Washburne Joseph Washburne Jonathan Washburne James Washburne Edward Seely Samuel Kinsley William orcutt Sarah Washburne have in hand Recieved in full Satisfaction for sd Twenty five acres fourty four Shillings in money & by these Presents do fully freely absolutely Bargain Sell Enfeoffe Confirm & forever make over ye aforesd Twenty five acres of Land With all ye Claim Title Interest that doth or may Appear belonging to Us our Heirs Execrs or Adminrs unto sd Samuel Washburne he his Heirs Execrs & assigns, Together with all ye Benefits Priviledges & appurces thereunto belonging. To Have & to Hold to Use Occupy & peaceably to Enjoy as his and their Right forever, Without any Claim Title Interest or Molestation to be made to any Part or Parcell thereof by Us or any of Us our Heirs Execrs or Adminrs or any other Person or Persons whatsoever from by or under Us or any of Us abovesd In Witness to all ye abovesd Premisses We have Set to our hands & Seals this Tenth of September, One thousand Six hundred Ninety four"
The deed was signed by John Washburne, Thomas Washburne, James Washburne (by a mark), Jonathan Washburne, Edward Seely, Samuel Kinsley, William Orcutt (by a mark), Sarah Washburne (by a mark), and Joseph Washburne (by a mark).
It was acknowledged, 10 September, 1694, by John Washburne, Thomas Washburne, Jonathan Washburne, James Washburne, Edward Seely, Samuel Kinsley, William Orcutt, and Sarah Washburne, before Thomas Hayward, Justice of the Peace.
It was acknowledged, 14 May, 1695, by Joseph Washburne, before Thomas Hayward, Justice of the Peace.
The witnesses were Jonathan Hayward, James Keith, Jr., and Samuel Allen, Sr.
The deed was not recorded until 26 April, 1720.
[HEIRS OF JOHN WASHBURN TO JOHN ROGERS 1700]
[Bristol Co. Deeds, 4:83] "John washborn Thomas Washborn Joseph washborn Samuel Washborn Jonathan washborn James washborn Samuel Kingsley and his wif Mary. Elizabeth widow John Ames & Sarah his wife of the Town of Bridgwater . . . . Know Yee that we the said John washborn Thomas Washborn Joseph washborn Samuel washborn Jonathan washborn James Washborn Samuel Kinsley & Mary his wife Elizabeth Sele and John Ames and Sarah his wife heires of John washborn of said Bridgwater lately Decd" for £41 lawful money, sold to
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