Flint, Blake, and Related Families.

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Eunice Bearss

b. 13 February 1733/34
Relationship2nd cousin 9 times removed of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited13 June 2017

Eunice Bearss was born on 13 February 1733/34.1
She was the daughter of Josiah Bearss and Zerviah Newcomb.1

Citations

  1. [S548] Bethuel Merrit Newcomb, Andrew Newcomb, 1618-1686, and his descendants, a revised edition of "Genealogical memoir" of the Newcomb family, published 1874 by John Bearse Newcomb, [NumVols] vols. (New Haven, Conn: Privatrly printed for the author by The Tuttle Morehouse & Taylor Co., 1923); digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 16 March 2008)., 21

Joseph Bearss

b. about 1734, d. 13 August 1818
Relationship2nd cousin 9 times removed of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited29 November 2017

Joseph Bearss was born about 1734.1,2
He was the son of Josiah Bearss and Zerviah Newcomb.1

Joseph Bearss married Prudence Hurlbut on 16 October 1758 in New Fairfield, Fairfield County, ConnecticutG.3


Joseph Bearss died on 13 August 1818.2


Joseph Bearss was buried in Mountain View Cemetery, New Fairfield, Fairfield County, ConnecticutG, Epitaph: In memory of / Joseph Bearss / who died Aug. 13, 1818 / aged 84 years.2

Children with Prudence Hurlbut (b. about 1741, d. 15 May 1824)

DaughterAnna Bearss (b. about 1763)
DaughterJerusha Bearss (b. about 1765)

Citations

  1. [S548] Bethuel Merrit Newcomb, Andrew Newcomb, 1618-1686, and his descendants, a revised edition of "Genealogical memoir" of the Newcomb family, published 1874 by John Bearse Newcomb, [NumVols] vols. (New Haven, Conn: Privatrly printed for the author by The Tuttle Morehouse & Taylor Co., 1923); digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 16 March 2008)., 21
  2. [S556] Margaret Coletta, preparer, 1997, "New Fairfield's Mountain View Cemetery, Section 1, Names A thru O," abstract, New Fairfield [Connecticut] Library, Cemetery Records (http://www.newfairfieldlibrary.org/content/90/332/default.aspx : accessed 30 March 2008), entry for Joseph Bearss; citing [ITAL:]Gone But Not Forgotten Epitaphs of New Fairfield Connecticut[:ITAL] by Joan L. Sudol. Copyright 1981.
  3. [S555] Barbara Anderson, compiler, "Marriages of New Fairfield Connecticut from Congregational Church Records and *Ephraim Hubbell, Justice of the Peace," abstract, Fairfield County Connecticut USGenweb Project New Fairfield Marriages (http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ctfairfi/pages/newfairfield/ffchurch_mg.htm : accessed 30 March 2008), entry for ., Bass, Joseph & Prudence Hurlbut entry

Benjamin Bearss

b. 16 March 1736, d. 8 March 1802
Relationship2nd cousin 9 times removed of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited30 November 2017

Benjamin Bearss was born on 16 March 1736.1,2
He was the son of Josiah Bearss and Zerviah Newcomb.1

Benjamin Bearss married Abigail Barrett on 16 March 1757.1,2


Benjamin Bearss died on 8 March 1802, at age 65.1,2,3


Benjamin Bearss was buried in New Fairfield Cemetery, New Fairfield, Fairfield County, ConnecticutG, Epitaph: In memory of / Benjamin Bearfs / who died /March 8, 1802 / in the 66th year/ of his age /.3

Children with Abigail Barrett (b. 10 March 1734, d. 11 March 1802)

DaughterEunice Bearss (b. 31 May 1758)
SonNucom Bearss (b. 10 November 1759, d. 13 July 1804)
DaughterZeruah Bearss (b. 17 October 1761)
DaughterSarah Bearss (b. 6 October 1765)
DaughterChloe Bearss (b. 18 March 1767)
SonBenjamin Bearss (b. 1 May 1771)
SonBarrett Bearss (b. 30 October 1773, d. 28 January 1783)

Citations

  1. [S548] Bethuel Merrit Newcomb, Andrew Newcomb, 1618-1686, and his descendants, a revised edition of "Genealogical memoir" of the Newcomb family, published 1874 by John Bearse Newcomb, [NumVols] vols. (New Haven, Conn: Privatrly printed for the author by The Tuttle Morehouse & Taylor Co., 1923); digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 16 March 2008)., 21
  2. [S721] "Revolutionary War Pensions," file for Joseph Boughton and Zeruah (W 2169, Connecticut), Database and Images, Fold3 (www.fold3.com : accessed 15 January 2011); "The Age of Benjamin Bearss", 1783, page 9; Citing microfilm M804. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, National Archives, Washington D.C., (ARC Identifier 300022), Link to first Item in file http://www.fold3.com/image/#10982475
  3. [S1709] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Benjamin Bearse, number 47357652, Creator:Gary Boughton, Photo Gary Boughton, accessed 30 November 2017. citing New Fairfield Cemetery, New Fairfield, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

Abigail Barrett

b. 10 March 1734, d. 11 March 1802
Last Edited19 February 2019

Abigail Barrett was born on 10 March 1734.1


Abigail Barrett married Benjamin Bearss, son of Josiah Bearss and Zerviah Newcomb, on 16 March 1757.2,1


After her marriage she was known as Abigail Bearss.2


Abigail Barrett died on 11 March 1802, at age 68.1,3


Abigail Barrett was buried in New Fairfield Cemetery, New Fairfield, Fairfield County, ConnecticutG, FG .4

Children with Benjamin Bearss (b. 16 March 1736, d. 8 March 1802)

DaughterEunice Bearss (b. 31 May 1758)
SonNucom Bearss (b. 10 November 1759, d. 13 July 1804)
DaughterZeruah Bearss (b. 17 October 1761)
DaughterSarah Bearss (b. 6 October 1765)
DaughterChloe Bearss (b. 18 March 1767)
SonBenjamin Bearss (b. 1 May 1771)
SonBarrett Bearss (b. 30 October 1773, d. 28 January 1783)

Citations

  1. [S721] "Revolutionary War Pensions," file for Joseph Boughton and Zeruah (W 2169, Connecticut), Database and Images, Fold3 (www.fold3.com : accessed 15 January 2011); "The Age of Benjamin Bearss", 1783, page 9; Citing microfilm M804. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, National Archives, Washington D.C., (ARC Identifier 300022), Link to first Item in file http://www.fold3.com/image/#10982475
  2. [S548] Bethuel Merrit Newcomb, Andrew Newcomb, 1618-1686, and his descendants, a revised edition of "Genealogical memoir" of the Newcomb family, published 1874 by John Bearse Newcomb, [NumVols] vols. (New Haven, Conn: Privatrly printed for the author by The Tuttle Morehouse & Taylor Co., 1923); digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 16 March 2008)., 21
  3. [S724] Margaret Coletta, preparer, 1997, "New Fairfield's Town Center Cemetery, Section 1, Names A thru O," abstract, New Fairfield [Connecticut] Library, Cemetery Records (http://www.newfairfieldlibrary.org/content/90/332/default.aspx : accessed 16 January 2011), entry for ; citing [ITAL:]Gone But Not Forgotten Epitaphs of New Fairfield Connecticut[:ITAL] by Joan L. Sudol. Copyright 1981.
  4. [S1710] Find A Grave, database and images (http:/findagrave.com: ), memorial page for Abigail Barrett Bearse, number 47357653, Creator:Gary Boughton, Photo Gary Boughton, accessed 30 November 2017. citing New Fairfield Cemetery, New Fairfield, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

Martha Bearss

b. 26 June 1738
Relationship2nd cousin 9 times removed of Joseph Michael Flint
Last Edited13 June 2017

Martha Bearss was born on 26 June 1738.1
She was the daughter of Josiah Bearss and Zerviah Newcomb.1

Citations

  1. [S548] Bethuel Merrit Newcomb, Andrew Newcomb, 1618-1686, and his descendants, a revised edition of "Genealogical memoir" of the Newcomb family, published 1874 by John Bearse Newcomb, [NumVols] vols. (New Haven, Conn: Privatrly printed for the author by The Tuttle Morehouse & Taylor Co., 1923); digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com/ : accessed 16 March 2008)., 21

T. H. Ramsaur

Last Edited13 June 2017


T. H. Ramsaur and Eva M Ramsaur on 28 July 1898 sold property located in 113 E Aspen Avenue, Flagstaff, Coconino County, Arizona TerritoryG, to Jacob C Blake [a saddle and harness store] for $700. Described as 25 [feet] off the west end of Lots 19 and 20 in Block 4 of the Railroad addition in the Town of Fagstaff. Also described as 25 feet fronting on Aspen Avenue by 50 feet south running parallel with the alley. Witnessed by T. E Pulliam, Notary Public.1

Citations

  1. [S1339] Coconino County, Arizonza, Deed Record, 5: 317-318, T H Ramsaur and Wife to J C Blake, Waranty Deed, 28 July 1898, Recorder's Office, Flagstaff, Arizona, digital image by Joseph M Flint, 20 Oct 2006.

Eva M Ramsaur

Last Edited13 June 2017


Eva M Ramsaur and T. H. Ramsaur on 28 July 1898 sold property located in 113 E Aspen Avenue, Flagstaff, Coconino County, Arizona TerritoryG, to Jacob C Blake [a saddle and harness store] for $700. Described as 25 [feet] off the west end of Lots 19 and 20 in Block 4 of the Railroad addition in the Town of Fagstaff. Also described as 25 feet fronting on Aspen Avenue by 50 feet south running parallel with the alley. Witnessed by T. E Pulliam, Notary Public.1

Citations

  1. [S1339] Coconino County, Arizonza, Deed Record, 5: 317-318, T H Ramsaur and Wife to J C Blake, Waranty Deed, 28 July 1898, Recorder's Office, Flagstaff, Arizona, digital image by Joseph M Flint, 20 Oct 2006.

George Jeffries

Last Edited13 June 2017


George Jeffries and Jekiel Wilcox on 3 August 1821 witnessed Joshua Baker Bearss when he made, published and directed to be recorded of the plat of Claridon, Marion County, OhioG.1,2

Citations

  1. [S2133] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 1: 3-4, Plat of Town of Claridon; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-8937-2VCV?i=7&cat=252960 : accessed 24 May 2018).
  2. [S2148] Marion County, Ohio, Town Plats, 1: 1, Plat of Claridon; digital image, "Town plats, 1821-1880", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-9943-MZGX?i=16&cat=250689 : accessed 1 June 2018).

Jekiel Wilcox

Last Edited13 June 2017


Jekiel Wilcox and George Jeffries on 3 August 1821 witnessed Joshua Baker Bearss when he made, published and directed to be recorded of the plat of Claridon, Marion County, OhioG.1,2

Citations

  1. [S2133] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 1: 3-4, Plat of Town of Claridon; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-8937-2VCV?i=7&cat=252960 : accessed 24 May 2018).
  2. [S2148] Marion County, Ohio, Town Plats, 1: 1, Plat of Claridon; digital image, "Town plats, 1821-1880", FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-9943-MZGX?i=16&cat=250689 : accessed 1 June 2018).

Renselaer W. Cowles

Last Edited13 June 2017


Renselaer W. Cowles on 6 May 1822 purchased property located in Claridon, Marion County, OhioG, from Joshua Baker Bearss and Ruth B Knapp for $200. Described as starting at the intersection of the center of the west end of Clinton Street and the line marking the west side of the East Half of the North East Quarter, Section 27, Township 5 South, Range 16 East, 1st Principal Meridian, then east along the center of Clinton Street 64 poles to the middle of Hasom Street, then north 42 rods to a point opposite the corner of lots 26 and 27, then east 12 poles on the line between lots 26 and 27, then north 1 one pole to the northwest corner of lot 99, then east 16 poles to the east line of Lowning Street, then north 65 poles to the section line, then west on the the section line to the north west corner of the half quarter, then south to beginning. Containing 54 acres, two rods and 24 perches more or less. Witnessed by Erza Steward and Solomon Smith.1

Citations

  1. [S2151] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 1: 29, Joshua B and Ruth Bearss To Renselau W Cowley; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-2JJ3?cat=252960 : accessed 2 June 2018).

Erza Steward

Last Edited13 June 2017


Erza Steward and Solomon Smith on 6 May 1822 witnessed the purchase of property located in Claridon, Marion County, OhioG, from Joshua Baker Bearss and Ruth B Knapp to Renselaer W. Cowles for $200. Described as starting at the intersection of the center of the west end of Clinton Street and the line marking the west side of the East Half of the North East Quarter, Section 27, Township 5 South, Range 16 East, 1st Principal Meridian, then east along the center of Clinton Street 64 poles to the middle of Hasom Street, then north 42 rods to a point opposite the corner of lots 26 and 27, then east 12 poles on the line between lots 26 and 27, then north 1 one pole to the northwest corner of lot 99, then east 16 poles to the east line of Lowning Street, then north 65 poles to the section line, then west on the the section line to the north west corner of the half quarter, then south to beginning. Containing 54 acres, two rods and 24 perches more or less.1

Citations

  1. [S2151] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 1: 29, Joshua B and Ruth Bearss To Renselau W Cowley; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-2JJ3?cat=252960 : accessed 2 June 2018).

Solomon Smith

Last Edited13 June 2017


Solomon Smith and Erza Steward on 6 May 1822 witnessed the purchase of property located in Claridon, Marion County, OhioG, from Joshua Baker Bearss and Ruth B Knapp to Renselaer W. Cowles for $200. Described as starting at the intersection of the center of the west end of Clinton Street and the line marking the west side of the East Half of the North East Quarter, Section 27, Township 5 South, Range 16 East, 1st Principal Meridian, then east along the center of Clinton Street 64 poles to the middle of Hasom Street, then north 42 rods to a point opposite the corner of lots 26 and 27, then east 12 poles on the line between lots 26 and 27, then north 1 one pole to the northwest corner of lot 99, then east 16 poles to the east line of Lowning Street, then north 65 poles to the section line, then west on the the section line to the north west corner of the half quarter, then south to beginning. Containing 54 acres, two rods and 24 perches more or less.1

Citations

  1. [S2151] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 1: 29, Joshua B and Ruth Bearss To Renselau W Cowley; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-2JJ3?cat=252960 : accessed 2 June 2018).

Sally Fuller

Last Edited13 June 2017


Sally Fuller and Sarah Fuller on 8 February 1827 sold property located in Claridon, Marion County, OhioG, to Joshua Baker Bearss for $95. Described as the part of the west half of the north west quarter of section 27 of township 5 south, range 16 which lies East of Huron Street and South of Peach Ally in the Town of Claridon containing 31.5 acres more or less. Probably meant section 26 and the part of section 27 East of Huron Street. Deed filed on May 10 1833 and recorded May 23 1833. Witnessed by James Kilbourne and R. W. Coles.1

Citations

  1. [S2183] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 5: 319-320, Joshua B Bearss from Sally Fuller; digital image, "Deeds, v. 5-6 1832-1835", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-RSF?i=165&cat=252960 : accessed 3 July 2018).

Sally Tuller

Last Edited13 June 2017


Sally Tuller on 16 October 1822 purchased property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Joshua Baker Bearss for $144. Described as the part of the West half of NE quarter of section 26 and the East half of the NE quarter of section 27, Township 5 South and Range 16 East that was south of the center line of Clinton Street in the town of Calridon. Note: Joshua Bearss did not own the West half of NE quarter of section 26. He did in fact own the West half of NW quarter of section 26 which is probably what was meant here. Witnessed by John N. Sloan and James Kilbourne.1

Citations

  1. [S2156] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 2: 391, Joshua B Bearss To Sally Tuller; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-2N4Y?i=257&cat=252960 : accessed 11 June 2018).

Philomela Norton

Last Edited13 June 2017


Philomela Norton on 20 September 1823 purchased property located in Claridon, Marion County, OhioG, from Joshua Baker Bearss for $75. Described as beginning at the South West corner of lot 36 in the town of Claridon, then running East 14 rods 12 links to the section line, then North on the section line 8 rods, then West 4 rods 12 links, then south 8 rods to the start. Containing 116 square rods more or less.1

Citations

  1. [S2152] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 1: 157-158, Joshua B Bearss To Philamela Norton; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G937-2VPL?i=84&cat=252960 : accessed 2 June 2018).

Nathaniel E. Hanes

Last Edited13 June 2017


Nathaniel E. Hanes on 31 October 1823 purchased property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Joshua Baker Bearss for $70. Described as the part of the West Half of the North East Quarter, Section 27, Township 5 South, Range 16 East, 1st Principal Meridian North of the road from Calridon to Marion. Witnessed by Eleanor Gaylord and Amos Utley.1

Citations

  1. [S2153] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 2: 50-51, Joshua B Bearss To Nathaniel C Hanes; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-2NR1?i=137&cat=252960 : accessed 2 June 2018).

Milo D. Pettibone

Last Edited13 June 2017


Milo D. Pettibone on 29 April 1828 purchased property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Joshua Baker Bearss and Susannah Mann?? for $10. Described as the North part of the South East quarter of Section 34 in Township 5, Range 16 South in the Delaware District, commence at the North West corner of said section, then South 60 perches, then East 160 perches. Witnessed by Michael Alspach and Hector Pettibone.1

Citations

  1. [S2158] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 2: 591-592, Joshua B Bearss To Milo D Pettibone; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-2JKY?i=364&cat=252960 : accessed 15 June 2018).

Silas C. McClary

Last Edited13 June 2017


Silas C. McClary and Pluma McClary on 7 September 1824 sold property located in Claridon, Marion County, OhioG, to Joshua Baker Bearss for $60. Described as lots 8 and 10. Witnessed by Amos Earb and Amos Utley.1

Citations

  1. [S2155] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 2: 53, Joshua B Bearss from Silas McClary; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-2NJG?i=138&cat=252960 : accessed 7 June 2018).

Pluma McClary

Last Edited13 June 2017


Pluma McClary and Silas C. McClary on 7 September 1824 sold property located in Claridon, Marion County, OhioG, to Joshua Baker Bearss for $60. Described as lots 8 and 10. Witnessed by Amos Earb and Amos Utley.1

Citations

  1. [S2155] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 2: 53, Joshua B Bearss from Silas McClary; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-2NJG?i=138&cat=252960 : accessed 7 June 2018).

Sarah Shanklin

Last Edited13 June 2017


Sarah Shanklin on 18 March 1825 purchased property located in Claridon, Marion County, OhioG, from Joshua Baker Bearss for $60. Described as lots 8 and 10. Witnessed by Isaac Stratton and Amos Utley.1

Citations

  1. [S2154] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 2: 378-379, Joshua B Bearss To Sarah Shanklin; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-8937-2JKS?i=250&cat=252960 : accessed 6 June 2018).

Sarah Fuller

Last Edited13 June 2017


Sarah Fuller and Sally Fuller on 8 February 1827 sold property located in Claridon, Marion County, OhioG, to Joshua Baker Bearss for $95. Described as the part of the west half of the north west quarter of section 27 of township 5 south, range 16 which lies East of Huron Street and South of Peach Ally in the Town of Claridon containing 31.5 acres more or less. Probably meant section 26 and the part of section 27 East of Huron Street. Deed filed on May 10 1833 and recorded May 23 1833. Witnessed by James Kilbourne and R. W. Coles.1

Citations

  1. [S2183] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 5: 319-320, Joshua B Bearss from Sally Fuller; digital image, "Deeds, v. 5-6 1832-1835", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-RSF?i=165&cat=252960 : accessed 3 July 2018).

Elizabeth Lewis

Last Edited13 June 2017

Ebenezer Lewis

Last Edited13 June 2017


Ebenezer Lewis on 4 September 1827 sold property located in Marion County, OhioG, to Ebenezer Jr. Lewis. Witnessed by Joshua Baker Bearss.1

Citations

  1. [S109] Jane Peppler, extractor, "Marion County, Ohio Deed Book Volume 5 (1832-1835)," index, Allen L. Potts, Heritage Pursuit Marion County Ohio (http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Marion/deedind.htm : accessed 9 March 2008), entry for ., citing page 408

Byron Kilbourne

Last Edited13 June 2017


Byron Kilbourne on 10 January 1827 purchased property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Joshua Baker Bearss and Susannah Mann?? for $100. Described as the South part of the West half of the NE quarter of section 27 Township 5 in Range 16. 51 Acres. Witnessed by James Kilbourne and John Y. Tharp.1

Citations

  1. [S2157] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 2: 390-391, Joshua B Bearss To Byron Kilbourne; digital image, "Deeds, v. 1-2 1821-1829", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-2NQR?i=256&cat=252960 : accessed 11 June 2018).

Isaac Gloyd

Last Edited13 June 2017


Isaac Gloyd and John Gloyd on 24 December 1829 purchased property located in Marion County, OhioG, from Joshua Baker Bearss and Susannah Mann?? for $343. Described as a parcel beginning nine perches south? and 4 tenths of perch east of the corners of sections 22,23,26 then South 62 perches, then East 24 perches, then South 32.1 perches on the street of the town of Claridon, then East 10 perches, then south 6 perches, then East 4 perches, then South 8 perches, then East 80 perches, then North 108 perches and then West 70.6 perches to the beginning . Containing 53 Acres and 27 Perches. Witnessed by Ebenezer Jr. Lewis and John Y. Tharp.1

Citations

  1. [S2185] Marion County, Ohio, Deed Book, 3: 220-222, Joshua B Bearss To John Gloyd and Issac Gloyd; digital image, "Deeds, v. 3-4 1829-1832", Family Search (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L937-5WZT?i=109&cat=252960 : accessed 3 July 2018).