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Deed between Dr. Samuel
Thompson and William Jayne, May 22, 1801
the Thompson genealogy (see the transcript) is the statement,
Thompson, oldest son of Jonathan3,
and great-grandson of John the first settler, was born October 2, 1738,
and possessed the paternal estate at Asford, or, as it is now called,
on which he spent his life." Apparently it is part of this property
that was sold. Dr. Samuel Thompson lived in the house known as Thompson
House in which his grandfather Samuel was the first known
occupant. The house is still in
Setauket. The William Jayne, Esq. who purchased the land might be
the William Jayne, Esq. whose cemetery stone is shown here.
Punctuation was not used often and some wording is repeated.
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all christian people to whom these presents shall come greeting. Know
ye that I Samuel Thompson of Brookhaven in Suffolk County and in the
State of New York Physician for and in consideration of the sum of
hundred Dollars to me in hand paid by William Jane [sic.] Esq; of the
same town county and state aforesaid ... sell ... unto the aforesaid
William Jayne his heirs and assign forever the one Equeal [sic.] half
north end of the Twelth [sic.] lot in the East Division of the long
out on the north side of the county Road that is today the one Equeal
half of that part of the aforesaid Lot that lies on the East Side of
the Road that tends (?) from Setauket to Coram known by the name of the
South Path or Town Road [Old Town Road?]; as the same was laid out and
recorded (the said lot was drawn on the original right of Peter
Whitehair) in the Records of Brookhaven Township to which refference
may be had, with all timber trees wood and under wood standing growing
lying ... I the said Samuel Thompson have here on to set my hand and
seal in Brookhaven the Twenty Second Day of May and in the year of our
Lord Eighteen Hundred and one..." John Brewster and Samuel's son
Benjamin F. Thomson signed as witnesses.
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