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Danforth, S. (fl. 1765) [Waldos' deed to Anthony Dyer]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC02437.09030 Author/Creator: Danforth, S. (fl. 1765) Place Written: Boston, Massachusetts Type: Document signed Date: 9 October 1765 Pagination: 2 p. : docket ; 32.9 x 20.8 cm.

Summary of Content: Partially printed. Documents that the children of Brigadier General Samuel Waldo, and their spouses, have sold Anthony Dyer a particular tract of land from the Waldo patent lands. Signed by Samuel Waldo, Isaac and Lucy Winslow, and Thomas and Hannah Flucker (Francis Waldo's signature is not included but his name is listed in the document itself). Also signed by Rebekah Winslow and S. Danforth. S. Danforth writes a note on back about the document. Signatures are partially torn.

People: Danforth, S., fl. 1765
Flucker, Thomas, 1719-1783
Waldo, Samuel, ca. 1723-1770
Flucker, Hannah, 1726-1785
Winslow, Lucy, 1724-1768
Winslow, Rebekah, fl. 1765
Waldo, Francis, ca. 1728-1784
Waldo, Samuel, 1695-1759
Dyer, Anthony, fl. 1765

Historical Era: American Revolution, 1763-1783

Subjects: Waldo PatentLand TransactionContractWomen's History

Sub Era: Road to Revolution

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