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Bethuel & Elizabeth Clark’s
deed to
Claghorn Robinson

Franklin County, Vt ~November 1802


     Know all Men by these Presents that we Bethuel Clark and Elizabeth Clark both of Alburgh and the County of Franklin and State of Vermont for the Consideration of five Hundred Dollars Recid to our full Sattisfaction of Claghorn Robinson in the County and state afd. Have given Granted Bargained Sold and Released & By theses Presents Do Give Grant Bargain Sell and Release unto him the said Claghorn Roberson His heirs and assigns all of our Right title Interest Claim or Demand which we have in and unto the Right of Soil in a Certain lot land Lying and Being situate in Alburgh in the County and Sate aforesaid that is to say Lot No 46 in the second Range Being the lot which the said Bethuel & Elizabeth now Resides on Bound as follows viz on the west By the Lake on the south by Daniel Clark and on the north by Eli Denis on the East by the Concession Line containing one Hundred acres be the same More or less ---- To have and to hold all of our Right title Interest Claim and Demand unto the Said Quitclaim Premises with all the Priviledges and appurtenances thereunto Belonging to him the [said] Claghorn Robinson his heirs and assigns forever to his and their own proper use and behoof [?] And Furthermore we the said Bethuel and Elizabeth Do ___ ___ _____ our heirs Executors and administrators Covenant to and with the sd Claghorn Roberson his Heirs Executors administrators and assigns that from and after the Ensealling these Presents we the sd Bethuel and Elizabeth will Claim no Right title Interest or Demand in or unto the above Granted Bargained and Released Premises. In testimony of whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals this Day of November one thousand Eight hundred and two

Elizabeth Clark
Bethuel Clark

Signed Sealed and Delivered in the Presents of

Thomas Clark 
John Clark

Franklin __ Isle of Mott
November 29th 1802 personally appeared Bethuel Clark the signer and sealer of of the foregoing Instrument and acknowledged this same to be his free act and deed before me

Freeman Clark Just Peace

Recorded March 17th 1808 attest Lewis Sowle Tn Clerk

[FHL Film 0027768: Alburg Town Records Vol. 3 Page 19-20]

Transcribed by 
Norman Scofield