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SHARON, LITCHFIELD, CONNECTICUT DEEDS




Sharon, Litchfield County, Connecticut Land Records.    FHL# 005676.    20:256.
25 Sep 1828.    Charles Sawyer of Amenia, Dutchess Co, NY TO Isaac Woolsey of Amenia for $500 land in Sharon bounded beginning at a heap of stones in the S line of the highway being N 57o E 2 rods 10 links distant from the NW corner of the school house, then crossing the saw mill pond S 48o 15' E to the line of lands which Oliver Kellogg, Esqr bought of Captain James Reed thence N in the east line about 21 rods 14 links to stones on a rock near the grist mill dam and as much further N as the E lines of lands which said Oliver Kellogg bought of Capt. Read extends further N, then a straight line to a heap of stones in the line of the highway, bearing N 36o W about 16 rods 13 links from the aforesaid bounds on the rock near the dam then in line of the highway S 40o 10' W 24 rods & 16 links to the beginning, containing about 2 acres together with the same and all the priviledges of building & repairing the dam which Capt. Reed deeded to Oliver Kellogg & the priviledge of continuing the same forever at its present height being 6' 7” high from the rock at the bottom of the stream at about an equal distance from the floom to the E and of the base of the dam which is supposed to be about an average height of the dam and also the priviledge of using the road which leads from the highway to the mill site on the E side of the schoolhouse for the purpose of passing & inpassing to & from said mill site reserving to Oliver Kellogg etc of flowing any part of the above described land which may or is liable to be flowed by always keeping the saw mill dam or any dam at the place where the same mill dam now stands to the height which the said dam now is, which is 8' 4” high above the bogttom of the brook about midway from the floom to the E end of the dam measuring from about the lowest spot in the rock at that place, also prohibiting said Isaac Woolsey etc from erecting a sawmill on any part of said premises or any machinery for carding wool or for falling or dressing cloth & from ever using any of the water of said stream to be used for either of the foresaid purposes etc Wit: Oliver Kellogg, Jr. John J. Hollister. Pro: 26 Sep 1828 before Oliver Kellogg, J. P. - Charles Sawyer


Sharon, Litchfield County, Connecticut Land Records.    FHL# 005677.    22:102.
24 Aug 1833.        Isaac Woolsey of Sharon, Litchfield Co, Connecticut TO Ashland Mfg. Co of Sharon for $2000 land in Sharon bounded beginning at a heap of stones in the S line of the highway being N 57o E 2 rods 10 links distant from the NE corner of the school house, then crossing the saw mill pond S 48o 15' E to the E line of lands which Oliver Kellogg, Esqr bought of Captain James Reed thence N in the east line about 21 rods 14 links to stones on a rock near the grist mill dam and as much further N as the E lines of lands which said Oliver Kellogg bought of Capt. Read extends further N, then a straight line to a heap of stones in the line of the highway, bearing N 36o W about 16 rods 13 links from the aforesaid bounds on the rock near the dam then in line of the highway S 40o 10' W 24 rods & 16 links to the beginning, containing about 2 acres together with the same and all the priviledges of building & repairing the dam which Capt. Reed deeded to Oliver Kellogg & the priviledge of continuing the same forever at its present height being 6' 7” high from the rock at the bottom of the stream at about an equal distance from the floom to the E and of the base of the dam which is supposed to be about an average height of the dam and also the priviledge of using the road which leads from the highway to the mill site on the E side of the schoolhouse for the purpose of passing & inpassing to & from said mill site reserving to the assigns of Oliver Kellogg (they being now David B. Fuller & Schuyler W. Benson) etc of flowing any part of the above described land which may or is liable to be flowed by always keeping the saw mill dam or any dam at the place where the same mill dam now stands to the height which the said dam now is, which is 8' 4” high above the bottom of the brook about midway from the floom to the E end of the dam measuring from about the lowest spot in the rock at that place, also prohibiting said company etc from erecting a sawmill on any part of said premises or any machinery for carding wool or for falling or dressing cloth & from ever using any of the water of said stream to be used for either of the foresaid purposes etc Wit: John J. Hollister, David B. Fuller Pro: 24 Aug 1833 before Ebenezer Blackman, J.P. - Isaac Woolsey


Sharon, Litchfield County, Connecticut Land Records.    FHL# 005678.    24:318.
24 Nov 1830.        Oliver Kellogg of Sharon, Litchfield Co, CT TO Isaac Woolsey of Amenia, Dutchess Co, NY for $212 land in E. Sharon bounded beginning at a heap of stones at the corner of land set off to Lituetia Norton wife of the late Elijah Knibloo dec'd being in the line of land owned by Lockwood and Williams of Amenia thence runs S 83o S? 47 rods 20 links to a stake and stones then N 10o 30 E 54 rods 17 links to stones in line of Ansom Nortons land then N 83o 45 W 19 rods 10 links to a birch tree & stones thence S 10o Eo W 24 rods to stones then N 76o eo W 27 rods 20 links to a stake and stones thence straight to beginning containing 12 acres and 31 rods Wit: John Roland, Ebenr Blackman Pro: 24 Nov 1830 before Ebenr Blackman, J. P. came Oliver Kellogg, etc. Rec: 31 Dec 1839 by Geo. King, Register - Oliver Kellogg.


Sharon, Litchfield County, Connecticut Land Records.    FHL# 005678.    24:564.
31 Dec 1839.        Isaac Woolsey of Amenia, Dutchess Co, NY TO Albert F. Roberts for $130 212 land in E. Sharon bounded beginning at a heap of stones at the corner of land set off to Lukuetia Norton wife of the late Elijah Knibloe dec'd being in the line of land owned by Lockwood and Williams of Amenia thence runs S 83o S? 47 rods 20 links to a stake and stones then N 10o 30 E 54 rods 17 links to stones in line of Ansom Nortons land then N 83o 45 W 19 rods 10 links to a birch tree & stones thence S 10o Eo W 24 rods to stones then N 76o eo W 27 rods 20 links to a stake and stones thence straight to beginning containing 12 acres and 31 rods and being the same premises I have by deed from Oliver Kellogg bearing date 24 Nov 1830 etc Wit: Geo. King, D. W. Bissell Pro: 31 Decd 1839 bef Zacheus W. Bissell J. P. - Isaac Woolsey


Sharon, Litchfield County, Connecticut Land Records.    FHL# 005679.    26:261.
20 Nov 1846.        Lorin Patchin, Elijah Merrill & Caroline Merrill the wife of said Elijah, William Woolsey & Elmira Woolsey the wife of said William, David C. Patchen & Lorin Patchin of Cauga Co, New York TO William Surdam of Sharon, CT for $35 quit claim land in said Sharon being the same which was set out to Oliva Hutchinson as her dower in the estate of her husband Era Hutchinson deceased, the said Caroline, Elmirea, Lorin, David & Loren being grandchildren and heirs at law of the said Oliva and of the said Esra and to convey all the interest the said persons above named have in the premises Wit: E. P. Sedgwick, C. F. Sedgwick Pro: 21 Nov 1846 before Chas. F. Sedgwick, J.P. - Lorin Patchen, Elijah Merrill, Caroline Merrill, Wm Woolsey, Elmira Woolsey, David C. Patchen, Lorin Patchen.


Sharon, Litchfield County, Connecticut Land Records.    FHL# 005679.    27:115.
23 Jun 1846.        We, Elijah Merrill & Caroline Merrill his wife whose maiden name was Caroline Patchen now of the Town of Fleming, Cayuga Co, NY, William Woolsey & Almira Woolsey his wife whose maiden name was Almira Patchen now of the town of Auburn, Cayuga Co, NY, David C. Patchen & Lewis Patchen of Auburn, Cayuga Co, NY for $1 do appoint Lorin Patchen of said town of Auburn our true & lawful attorney to receive from heirs of Olive Hutchinson, the Widow of Ezra Hutchinson land of the town of Sharon, Litchfield Co, CT as heirs of said Ezra Hutchinson aforesaid now deceased all sums etc as heirs of said Olive Hutchinson & Ezra Hutchinson now dec'd etc. Wit: Daniel Andrews of Auburn Pro: 23 Jun 1846 before A. Conkling Judge of the US for the northern Dist of New York. - Elijah Merrill, Caroline Merrill, William Woolsey, Elmira Woolsey, David Patchen, Lewis Patchen



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