Land Deeds for the Barkhamsted Lighthouse People


Barkhamsted Land Deeds Chart - Notes by Coni Dubois

Barkhamsted Land Deeds Chart – Notes by Coni Dubois

Bases of chart was taken from Ken Feder's book - "A Village of Outcast"  Historical Archaeology and Documentary Research at the Lighthouse Site - Pg

Bases of chart was taken from Ken Feder’s book – “A Village of Outcast” Historical Archaeology and Documentary Research at the Lighthouse Site – Pg 82-83 – Figure 6.3 – Many of these deeds are needed~

Created by Robert Grady - University of CT - Share by Ken Feder

Created by Robert Grady – University of CT – Share by Ken Feder

Connecticut Courant Newspaper - Tax Notice

9/26/1791 Tax Notice: Connecticut Courant – Notice is hereby given to Abraham Barber, jun. Reuben Barber, Solomon Choggum, James Choggum’s heirs, Freeman Jacklin, Isaac Messenger, James Pike, Michael Baldwn’s heirs, Simeon Case, Noah Case, jun. John Crofs heirs, Ebenezer Crane, Isaac Dewy and Sarah Noble, Elias Dunning, Thomas Barber, Russell Baldwn, Job Elfworth’s heirs, Lemuel Frisbie’s heirs, Elias Hopkins’ heirs, Hezekiah Griswold, Elihu Hall, John Hoskins’ heirs, Adna Gillet, Samuel Grant’s heirs, Gideon King, Joseph Kingsbury, John King, Moses Loomis’ heirs, Samuel Moor’s heirs, Samuel Mather’ heirs, Simeon Messenger, John Roberts’ heirs, Mary Moor’s heirs, Ebenezer Moor’s heirs, Daniel & Isaac Marsh, Jeff Payne, Reuben Rose, Stephen and Aaron Sanford, Thomas Sadd, Ann Smith, Marhta wife of John Terry, Isaac and Daiel Sheldon’s heirs – Resident and non-resident proprietors of the Society of Barkhamsted, that so much of their real estate, lying in said society, will be sold at Public Vendue, at the public sign post in said society on the 29th day of November next, to the highest bidder, as will pay and satisfy a Tax granted on said land, of three pence lawfull money upon the acre, by the Hon. Genral Assembly of the State of Connecticut, at ther session in May 1790; together with incident charges of sale, by ISRAEL JONES, jun. Collector of said Tax. Sept 8, 1791

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