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1752 Land Deed Duxbury Massachusetts Josiah Cotton Plymouth America Pilgrims $$

1752 Land Deed Duxbury Massachusetts Josiah Cotton Plymouth America Pilgrims $$
1752 Land Deed Duxbury Massachusetts Josiah Cotton Plymouth America Pilgrims $$
1752 Land Deed Duxbury Massachusetts Josiah Cotton Plymouth America Pilgrims $$
1752 Land Deed Duxbury Massachusetts Josiah Cotton Plymouth America Pilgrims $$
1752 Land Deed Duxbury Massachusetts Josiah Cotton Plymouth America Pilgrims $$
1752 Land Deed Duxbury Massachusetts Josiah Cotton Plymouth America Pilgrims $$
1752 Land Deed Duxbury Massachusetts Josiah Cotton Plymouth America Pilgrims $$
1752 Land Deed Duxbury Massachusetts Josiah Cotton Plymouth America Pilgrims $$
1752 Land Deed Duxbury Massachusetts Josiah Cotton Plymouth America Pilgrims $$
1752 Land Deed Duxbury Massachusetts Josiah Cotton Plymouth America Pilgrims $$
1752 Land Deed Duxbury Massachusetts Josiah Cotton Plymouth America Pilgrims $$
1752 Land Deed Duxbury Massachusetts Josiah Cotton Plymouth America Pilgrims $$

1752 Land Deed Duxbury Massachusetts Josiah Cotton Plymouth America Pilgrims $$

6/5-6/23/1752; Signed Josiah Cotton, Samuel Bartlett, Joseph/Marcy Soul, Amos Samson; Hand Written; w7.2"xh12.6"; Very Rare!! Very Rare Land Deed for Duxbury Massachusetts (Duxborough). Wax Seal with five signatures and a Great Collectible! Know all men by these presents that y amos Samson of Duxborough in the county of Plymouth in the pursuance of the Massachusetts Bay in new England ye?

For and in consideration of the sum of ten pounds law? The receipt we have of is? Ear by acknowledged and my self have with? Satisfied consented and payed and have of the Joshua soul his heirs executors and administrators for ever aquited exon? Two peces of salt medow lying and being in Duxborough above sd, salt medow is part of 2 lots and lyeth on a place commonly calld cap sol?

Belong to pembrock and Duxborough and ware layed out in the year 1712... Signed Joseph Sould, Marcy Soul, Amos Samson, Samuel Bartlett Justice of Peace, Josiah Cotton Reg. Josiah Cotton (1679/801756) was an Indian missionary, Justice of the Court of Common Pleas. Register of Deeds and Plymouth Colony. He was a grandson of John Cotton.

(15851652) and a nephew of Cotton Mather. His father John Cotton Jr. Was a pastor of the First Church in Plymouth Colony.

In 1729, Governor Samuel Shute. Appointed him justice of the peace and quorum. As a civil magistrate, Judge Cotton rose to considerable heights, but in what he called his "Indian Business", the lay missionary labored in the long shadow cast by his father. From the start, however, Cotton's missionary enterprise was vulnerable.

And his own father, he had no settled pastorate. Instead, he spent the majority of this time preaching to isolated Indian families and indentured servants living in the midst of English society. Some wear to edges, pasted onto another piece of paper, some blemishing/yellowing. I like to send off after a week or so. Bubble wrapped and then wrapped in cardboard and mailed in a bubble wrapped envelope in most cases.

The item "1752 LAND DEED DUXBURY MASSACHUSETTS JOSIAH COTTON PLYMOUTH AMERICA PILGRIMS $$" is in sale since Friday, July 21, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Paper\Documents\Pre-1800".

The seller is "roga75" and is located in Boca Raton, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Year: 1752

1752 Land Deed Duxbury Massachusetts Josiah Cotton Plymouth America Pilgrims $$