History of the Land Titles in Hudson County, N.J., 1609-1871

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General Books, May 21, 2012 - 216 pages
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1872 Excerpt: ... forty five Links to a Stake, Thence North forty eight Degrees East One Chain and forty six Links to a Stake by another Street, Thence South forty two Degrees East two Chains and forty five Links along said other Street to a Stake at a Corner, Thence South forty eight Degrees West One Chain and forty six Links along said first mentioned Street to the Place of Beginning. Containing about one Quarter of an Acre. To the Patent of Philip Carteret to Arent Lawrense dated the tenth Day of October One thousand six hundred and seventy for sundry Parcels of Land lying in and about the Town of Bergen 5S1C do allot a certain Parcel of Land Southeasterly from, and near the Town (mark'd on the Map No 254) UC SUrbCg whereof shews and we adjudge it to be a Tract S?flt'nnfttfl at a Stake (being the Southerly Corner of an Out Garden Plot in Hans Dedrick's Patent mark'd on the Map No 114) and from said stake runs South thirty five Degrees and fifty five Minutes East forty Chains and sixty Links to a Creek call'd Oyster Creek (that runs into Horsimus Creek and which said Oyster Creek is the Northerly Bounds of Claas Pietersen Cors' Patent mark'd on the Map No n) Then returning to said Stake the Place of Beginning; and from thence runs South forty eight Degrees West four Chains and eighty six Links to a Stake, Thence South forty four degrees West twenty Chains to the Easterly Line of a Lot in Nicholas Varlet's Patent mark'd on the Map No 128, Then South eight Degrees East fourteen Chains and ninety four Links along said Varlet's Line to the Corner, Then South eighty two 5 Degrees West eight Chains and fifty seven Links along Varlet's Southerly Line to the Northeasterly Line of Nicholas Jansen the Baker's Patent mark'd on the Map No 12; Then South forty nine Degrees and f...

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