Enos Thompson Throop to MVB, 22 September 1811
E[nos] T[hompson] Throop to MVB, 22 September 1811
Sept 22. 1811.
Joseph Wright of the
City of New York.
|Deed on file dated Sept 26. 1786, Wits. John <Bush> Chas. P. Rogers. Proved by Rogers before <I>. M. Hughes but Grantor not identified. Recorded in the Secretary’s office Decr. 1792.|
|1st. April 1790. on file.|
Caleb Cornwall of
Hamstead Queens Cy.
Weaver conveys to
Edward Taylor of Cattskill.
|2nd. April 1783. Deed on file. No considerations expressed in the deed. Wits: Stephen Barker John Ackler, George Rider & John Smith Duly proven before J.V.N. Yates 18 <Novr> <1801> & consideration proved at same time.|
Edward ^his^ talor
|18 May 1789. No consideration expressed in the deed.|
The above is all the information I can furnish you from the Records in my Office relative to 6. Hannibal. The Awards of that Township are in Onondago County. If Awarded & no dissent entered in time, the award is conclusive.
I have been on the lot myself; the soil is good and the situation uncommonly eligible. It lays thus.
[see hand-drawn map in image below]
And is probably worth at least $25. pr. acre.
This price is conjectural. From the newness of the County it can have no fixed value. The Village of Oswego must in time from its situation be a place of great consequence, but may not arrive at much notoriety in a great many years. As there has been so much fraud practiced in the title of lands in the military tract I should advise you to be cautious in ascertaining the title (so as to leave no doubt) before you purchase.
I am respectfully & Sincerely Yours,
E. T. Throop