Canton Deeds
Oxford County, Maine
Range 5, Lot 13


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(updated 7 February 2017)





8:517–518
   Date: 24 March 1813
   Grantor: Oliver Fenno
   Grantee: Jacob Leach
   Description: One undivided half of Range 5, Lot 13
   Grantor obtained this parcel via ???:???
   Grantee disposed of a portion of this parcel via 37:360

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8:519–520
   Date: March 1813
   Grantors: Uriah Proctor and Abigail Proctor
   Grantee: Jacob Leach
   Description: The remaining half of Range 5, Lot 13
      “all right, title and interest in and to the property and estate real and personal of whatsoever kind, now in the possession, or which may at any time hereafter be in the possession or ownership of Oliver Fenno of Jay in said county of Oxford, blacksmith, which we the said Uriah and Abigail, or either of us have or which we or our heirs or either of us or them, may hereafter have or obtain, by virtue of any gift, will or deed of the said Fenno, or which we or our heirs as aforesaid, may ever possess, own or inherit, as heirs at law to the said Fenno, or in any other way and manner whatsoever.”
   Note: “The intentions of the parties to this instrument are as follows, to wit. Whereas, Sally wife of said Leach, and the above named Abigail Proctor are the children and sole heirs at law of the said Oliver Fenno; and he the said Oliver being aged and desirous to be freed from worldly cares, hath contracted with the said Leach to live with, and provide for, him the said Oliver and hath conveyed to him the said Leach a part of his the said Oliver’s real and personal estate. And whereas the said Leach hath by his deed of warranty conveyed to said Uriah and Abigail his the said Leach’s homestead farm situated in Hebron, aforesaid, which said farm the said Leach held in his own right, and is of the full value of six hundred and sixty-six dollars, by estimation the said Uriah and Abigail’s full share and moiety of all the real and person estate of their father Oliver Fenno aforesaid. Now the said Uriah and Abigail by these presents mean and intend, so far as [is] in their power for themselves and their heirs all and either of them, to give up release quitclaim and forever renounce in favor of the said Leach, his heirs and assigns, all their right, title, interest or claim which they now have or may have to any or all the property of the said Oliver Fenno in any manner whatsoever.”
   Grantors obtained this parcel via ???:???
   Grantee disposed of a portion of this parcel via 37:360

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37:360
   Date: 7 May 1825
   Grantor: Jacob Leach
   Grantee: Reuel Hinkley
   Description: Part of Range 5, Lot 13; 1.5 acres, more or less
      Beginning at a hemlock tree marked for a corner on the west line of said lot a few rods south of the brook;
      then N 73° E 8 rods to a stake and stones;
      then N 49° E 7 rods to a hemlock tree marked;
      then N 39° E 9 rods to a hemlock tree marked;
      then N 67° W 7 rods to a hemlock tree marked;
      then S 45° W about 15 rods to a stake and stones standing on the west line of said lot;
      then south on said line to the first mentioned bound.
   Note: “Also a right to pass and repass over the said Leach’s land to the premises aforesaid where the said Leach cut his logging road last winter, reserving a right to claim damages for any injury that may be done to the said Leach’s meadow situated on said stream below said premises by reason of [siding?] off the water from said stream in large quantities which will cause said meadow to the flowed or [?] with water in the same way and manner as if the said Hinckley had purchased said premises of some other person.”
   Grantor obtained this parcel via 8:517–518 and 8:519–520
   Grantee disposed of this parcel via ???:???

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