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John Wade to George Wade, 1722

John deeded to George 28 acres of land, his house and the gristmill of which he had become the sole owner.  It reads in part:

 Know ye, That I John Wade especially for the parental Love and affection which I have for my Dutyfull son George Wade and for his taking care of me for me in my old age, have therefore given unto my said son to say a certain Tenemant in ye Township of sd Lyme - viz my now dwelling house in sd Lyme with all my land belonging to it which tract of land by estimation contains Twenty-eight acres and is bounded as followeth; Southwardly by ye highway coming down to my mill and westerly by ye highway going northwardly to ye head of Lt.s River and partly on sd georges land and northwardly by ye lands formerly belonging to Edward DeWolf, easertly by ye mill stream, with my grist mill standing near my dwelling house with all the utensils belonging to sd grist mill and the dam; and all my right in and unto the stream belonging to sd mill (Lyme Land Records, vol. 3, p. 286).  This deed was recorded June 22, 1722.



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