Deed from Jacob Tipple and Maria, his wife, of the town of Ghent, County of Columbia, State of New York to Catharine Holsapple of the Town of Ghent, County and State aforesaid, widow of Henry Holsapple.
For the sum of $110.
All that Certain piece, parcel or lot of Woodlands Lying and being in the Town of Ghent, County and State aforesaid beginning at a White Oak tree marked with the letters IH being the place of beginning of a Certain Piece of Land Containing six acres and a quarter of land released on the first day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred by Daniel Penfield and Mary, his wife, to Henry Holsapple and from thence north sixty two degrees west six Chains. north thirty four degrees east three Chains and thirty three Links south two degrees east six Chains then south thirty four degrees west three Chains and thirty three Links to the place of beginning Containing two acres of land it being the same which was released on the sixth day of may 1817 by Henry Holsapple and Catharine, his wife, to Jacob Tipple aforesaid.
Sealed and delivered in the presence of Henry Poucher
Henry Poucher, one of the commissioners for taking acknowledgements of deeds certified that on the first day of May 1824, Jacob Tipple and Maria, his wife appeared before him to acknowledge the above deed.