Confirmation of Samuel Steele's Farmington Property

Land in Farmington in the Colony of Connecticut and County of Hartford belonging unto Samuel Steele and to his heirs forever, namely, one parcel on which his dwelling house now standeth with barn, orchard, gardens therein, being which he bought of Thomas Judd, Jr., as by his deed appeareth, containing by estimation one acre and a half, butting northerly on John North’s land, southerly on Mathew Woodruff's land, easterly on Samuel Steele's own land, westerly on the town highway.
One parcel of meadow or plowing land in that called the Indian Neck, containing one acre which he received of an Indian named Nesahegen, as by his instrument appeareth, and by the approbation of the Court, butting westerly on Mamanto's land, easterly on Nesahegen's land, southerly on Nanapash, his land, northerly on Mr. Hawkin's or John Thompson, his land.
By me, William Lewis, Registrar
Farmington, August 11, 1681         
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