Deed from William Z. Holsapple and Mary, his wife, and Jacob Holsapple and Catharine, his wife, of the Town of Claverack Columbia County to Cornelius Esselstyne of the same place.
For the sum of $3570.
All those certain pieces parcels or tracts of Land situate lying and being in the town of Claverack aforesaid the first tract beginning at a stake and stone heap on the west side of a small creek &lbrk....&rbrk. Jacob Esselstynes farm thence south twenty six degrees &lbrk....&rbrk. three chains fifteen links south fourty four degrees thirty minutes west two chains fifteen links south nineteen degrees west two chains thirty links south twenty four degrees west one chain fifty links South one degree west Eleven chains fourty links south ten degrees East eight chains seventy links to the creek thence up along through the center of said creek to the line of Christian Dedricks farm thence south fourty four degrees thirty minutes west three chains sixteen links to the road thence south sixty one degrees west twenty four chains fifty eight links north three degrees east four chains north twenty six degrees thirty minutes west nine chains north seventy nine degrees thirty minutes west twelve chains north forty degrees thirty minutes west five chains north five degrees thirty minutes East twenty three chains North eighty eight degrees thirty minutes East seventeen chains fourty links to the place of Beginning, containing seventy one acres be the same more or less.
The second tract Bounded as follows on the north by the land of Jacob Esselstyne on the west by the lands of the President, Directors and Company of the Bank of Columbia on the south and east by the above described premises containing three acres.
the third tract Bounded as follows Vis on the east by the Lands of Christian Dedrick on the south by the Lands of Adam D Pultz on the west by the Lands of Jacob Micheal and on the north by the old road containing about twelve acres and three quarters of Land
The two first tracts are never the less subject to the rents reservations and exception contained in a Lease from the Lord of the Soil
Sealed and Delivered in the presence of Jacob P. Mesick
Jacob P. Mesick, one of the commissioners of Deeds, certified that on the 13th day of March 1829, Frederick S. Miller and Elizabeth his wife and also Cornelius Esselstyne of Claverack William Z. Holsapple and Mary, his wife, and Jacob Holsapple and Catharine, his wife, appeared before him to acknowledge the above deed.