(Herkimer County Clerks Records Room-deeds-book 151, page 297)
the said party of the first part for and in consideration of the
sum of the value hereinafter expressed and one dollars lawful money
of the United States, paid by the said party of the second part,
do hereby remise, release and forever quit claim unto the said party
of the second part, his heirs and assigns forever.
All that tract or parcel of land, situate in the town of Columbia County of Herkimer and Stat e of New York being parts of lots nos. 38 and 43 in the second tract of Staley’s Patent bounded as follows: Beginning on the north side of the old Utica and Minden Turnpike Road, so called, and in front of Sylvanus H. Stevens shop and running thence south 18 20’ west 10 86 chains on the road to Millers Mills.
Thence south 15 west 7.62 chains in the center of said road: thence south 51 35 west 5,97 chains to lands of John Miller. Thence south 51 25’ east 27 65 chains on said Miller’s line to a hemlock stump on the line of lots 38 and 43. Thence north 37 45 east 5,34 chains to a stake and stones. Thence north 36 17 east 20.96 chains on the line of lots nos. 43 and 44 to the corner of lots nos. 37, 38, 43 and 44. Thence north 52 west 7.06 chains on the line of lots nos. 37 and 38 as fenced. Thence north 52 25’ west 29.38 chains on the line of 37 and 38 as fenced to a stake and stone on the north side of said Turnpike, thence north 87 15’ west 5.10 chains on the north side of said Turnpike to the first mentioned land . Containing one hundred and thirty three acres one road and fifteen rods of land.
Also all that other piece of land in said town of Columbia bounded and described as follows: being part of what was known as the Ruben Reynolds farm,: beginning in the center of the highway leading from Cedarville to Columbia Center, at a point near its intersection with the road leading from Jacob F. Casler’s to Milllers Mills and running thence a little east of said road leading to Millers Mills, and on the land owned by said Jacob F. Casler south 17 5’ west 10/38 chains, thence north 76 15’ west 2.88 chains, thence south 37 45’ west 12 chains thence north 1 15’ west 1025 chains Thence north 24 16’ east 7.54 chains. Thence south 69 east 5.37 chains. Thence north 22 east 9.73 chains. Thence south 79 45’ east 9.53 chains along the highway to the place beginning containing 20.6841185 acres of land, be the same more or less. Excepting there from about twenty eight___rches. lying east of the highway leading from said Caslers to Millers Mills, enclosed in lands of said Jacob F. Casler.
Also all that other piece of land in said Columbia, bounded and described as follows: known as the Zadock Story place, lying and being in said town, bounded on the north by the center of the old Utica and Minden Turnpike and on the east by the lands of John Widrig; on the south by the lands formerly owned by Jacob F. Casler and running o a point on the west Containing one acre of land be the same more or less.
The full consideration of this deed is the sum of one thousand, three hundred and eight dollars and twenty nine cents paid by said Isaac Casler to said Frederick Casler and the sum of one thousand three hundred and eighth dollars and twenty nine cents paid by said Isaac Casler to said Mary T. Skinner. And the full performance on the part of said Isaac Casler of the terms and conditions of a certain mortgage made and executed this day by said Frederick Casler, Isaac Casler and Mary T. Skinner, concerning all the above premise, to said Gertrude Casler. Together with the appurtenances; and all the estate and rights of the said party of the first part, in and to the said premises. Subject to a certain mortgage this day made and executed by said Frederick Casler, Isaac Casler and Mary T. Skinner to said Gertrude Casler.
To have and to hold the above granted, bargained and described premises, unto the said part of the second art his heirs and assigns forever. In witness thereof the said party of the first have hereunto set their lands and estate the day and year first above written.
In the presence of Israel I. Young
of New York