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Justice Frank J. and Virginia Williams
This deed, dated March 28, 1829, sells and transfers a parcel of land in the Towns of Charleston and Waterly in Washington County, Rhode Island owned by Samuel Stanton to Terry Healy for the sum of five hundred and ninety dollars. The deed describes the parcel of land sold and forfeits any rights that Sarah Stanton, Samuel Stanton had over the land. The deed is signed by Thomas Hoxie, Samuel Stanton, and Sarah Stanton and witnessed by Stephen Stanton. The deed was recorded in to the Wavery 16th Book of Records for land Evidence on pages 414 and 415 on April 16, 1829 by the town clerk, Stephen Wilcox.
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Deed for Land, Washington County, Rhode Island , Samuel Stanton to Terry Healy, March 28, 1829, Original Manuscript Collection, Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana, Mississippi State University Libraries.