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To All People to Whom These Presents Shall Come: Greeting
 
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At a General Assembly holden at Hartford in the Colony of Connecticut on the Second Thursday of May A.D. 1757
 
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To All People to Whom These Presents Shall Come: Greeting

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This writing made this eighteenth of March [in the] year of our Lord 1714/15 between Wawowos and Tomquoch, alias Na[ large hole ] and Toxcronnick and Wonacomen, Indians of the Town of Farmington, also, so many of the Indians as sh[  large hole ][on] the one part) and Thomas Wadsworth of the Town of Farmington aforesaid in the County of Hartford [ large hole ] New England, on the other part, witnesseth that we, th
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To the Honorable General Assembly of the Governor and Company of the Colony of Connecticut Now Sitting at Hartford in Said Colony
 
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To the Honorable the General Assembly of this His Majesty’s English Colony of Connecticut in New England to be held at Hartford the Second Thursday of May 1738
 
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These may certify all whom it doth or may concern that there is in Farmington a certain tract of land within the common field in a place going by the name of the Indian Neck, containing, by estimation, about ninety acres, which hath always been esteemed land belonging to the Indians belonging to said Farmington, and when the Town of Farmington purchased the land in their township of the said Indians, there is mention made that said tract of land was not intended to be sold but s
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Know all men by these presents that I, Kearoman, Indian woman, belonging to Farmington for a valuable consideration to my good satisfaction received of Hatchet Towsey, Indian man, of the same Town of Farmington, aforesaid, and other good and lawful considerations me hereunto moving, do give, grant, bargain, sell, enfeoff, convey, and confirm unto him, the said Hatchet Towsey, his heirs and assigns forever one certain piece of parcel of land situate, lying, and being within the bounds of the Township of Farmington afores
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Know all men by these presents that I, Sue, Indian squa, now resident of Farmington, relic of Nuppe, Indian man, deceased, for the good will and respect which I have unto William Hooker of the same Town of Farmington aforesaid in the County of Hartford and Colony of Connecticut in New England, do give, grant, remise, and release, quit claim, and confirm unto the said William Hooker and in his quiet and provable possession and seize, now being all the estate, right, title, property, possession, c
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Whereas, there is a tract of land within the Township of Farmington in the County of Hartford and Colony of Connecticut belonging to the Indian Natives, inhabitants of said town, which land lyeth at a place called the Fort Hill on the west side of Pequabuck Meadow, containing two hundred acres, more or less, lying in length, north and south, two hundred rods and in breadth, east and west, one hundred sixty rods, bounded east with land of Joseph Root, in part, and part with common land, south with land belonging to the heirs of
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This present writing made the first of September in the year of our Lord 1679 betwixt Nesahegen, the Indian, sometimes of Farmington, and from now of Hartford, of the one party and Samuel Steele of Wethersfield of the other
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To All People to Whom These Presents Shall Come: Greeting
           
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