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      Deed from Heirs of Major Wait Winthrop to Larkham
23 August 1794


  [Transcribed by Sally Cox -- 5th great-granddaughter of Lancelot Larkham. Original document in the possession of
  Sally Cox.]

  To all People to whom these Present shall come, Greeting

  Know ye, That We Rosewell Saltonstall, Gilbert Saltonstall, Dudley Saltonstall, Catharine Richards, Thomas & Ann
  Mumford, Daniel and Sarah Buck and Martha Manswaring

  for divers good causes and considerations moving especially for the creation of L5:14.2 recd from full satisfaction of
  Saltonstall Junr attorney to the aforementioned—

  remised, released, and forever quit-claimed, and by these Presents for us and our Heirs, do fully, clearly, and
  absolutely remise, release, and forever quite-claim unto Lot Larkham of Voluntown our full and peaceable Possession
  and Seisin and to him & his Heirs and Assigns forever, all such Right, Estates Title, Interest, and Demand whatsoever
  as we the said aforementioned persons have brought to have in or to on seventh part of all the land lying in said
  Voluntown and laid out to Major Wait Winthrop and which we inherit from our honored mother Rebeca Saltonstall who
  was daughter to John and Ann Winthrop of Sd New London howsoever the same may be better (illegible) bounded
  reference being “had to” the records of sd Voluntown.

  unto the said Lot Larkham

  only Use and Behoof of the said Larkham his Heirs and Assigns forever; so that neither we the said abovenamed quit

  nor our Heirs, or any other Person or Persons, for us nor in their Names, nor in the Name, Right or Stead of any of
  them, shall or will by any Way or Means hereafter, have, claim, challenge or demand, any Estate, Right, Title, or
  Interest, of, in, or to the Premises, or any Part thereof; but from all and every Action, Right, Estate, Title, Interest, and
  Demand, of, in, or to the Premises, or any Part hereof, they and every one of them shall be utterly excluded and barred
  forever by these Presents.

  In Witness whereof , we have hereunto for our Hand and Seal the 23rd Day of August Anno Domini, 1794 the words
  “had to” were intertined before delivery.

  Signed, sealed and delivered in Presence of

  David Nichols
  Henry Josling

  Dudley Saltonstall Junr Attorney for Dudley Saltonstall, Rosewell Saltonstall, Gilbert Saltonstall, Catharine Richards,
  Thomas & Ann Mumford, Daniel and Sarah Buck & David and Martha Manswaring the abovenamed grantors [the page
  is torn off after this]

  [On back of document]
  New London County of New London and on August 23rd 1794 – Personally appeared Dudley Saltonstall Junr Req. the
  witten named (illegible)
  Behalf of the witten named Dudley Saltonstall, Rosewell Saltonstall, Gilbert Saltonstall, Mary Saltonstall, Catharine
  Richards, Thomas Mumford and Anna Mumford Daniel Buck and Sarah Buck and David Manswaring and Martha
  Manswaring acknowledge the same to be the free act and hand of the several Persons above named whom he
  represents is the Premises and also to be his free act and deed as Attorney to them—
  Before me Jeremiah Brainard Justice of Peace

  This deed was Recd to record August 27th AD 1794 and was recorded in Voluntown Records first Book after the
  Division Page 4 by me James Alexander Town Clerk

  Recd Payment

  Lot Larkham Deed from the heirs of Major Wait Winthrop


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Sally Cox

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