A search of the Deeds of Orange County is necessary to determine if this Phinehas Heard & William Heard to Abijah Yelverton unexecuted Deed is a copy of a transaction that actually occurred or if the deal failed after the deed was drawn.
This indenture documents the sale by Samuel Gelston, a Gentleman and his Wife, Elizabeth of a 193 acre plot to Nehemiah Smith for five shilling plus one Pepper Corn to be delivered in and upon the Feast of St. Michael the Archangel.
Deed of gift transferring ownership of a young child, Cato, from John Sip to Enoch Vreeland. Both men were residents of Essex County, NJ. Cato was the son of Coullen and was only 2 years and 6 months old at the time of the transfer.
This document dated January 1, 1823, is a deed transferring 150 acres of land owned by Daniel Clements AKA Clemence of New Windsor, Orange County, N.Y., to Samuel R. Betts, Treasurer of the Ulster and Orange Branch Turnpike Company.