Deed from Isaac Southard of the Town of Ghent in the County of Columbia Farmer and Elizabeth his wife, to William M. Holsapple of the same place farmer.
For the sum of $1500.
all that certain piece Parcel tract or Farm of land Situate in the town of Ghent in the County of Columbia aforesaid Beginning at A point described in a lease executed by John Van Rensselaer Esquire late of Greenbush in the County of Albany Esquire deceased to David Segar in the year 1774 and which is described as beginning on a Course North Nineteen degrees and thirty minutes east twelve Chains and sixty links from the Jackson house formerly the possession of John Wood thence North thirteen Degrees west thirty chains and fourty links North Eighty three Degrees and thirty minutes East Nine Chains and Seventy links North fifty five Degrees and thirty minutes East one Chain and thirty links North eighteen Degrees east eight Chains and eighty links to David Wagers land thence along his land South Seventy four Degrees and thirty minutes East ten Chains to an old Stone heap thence South fifty five degrees East four Chains and fifty links South fourty five Degrees and thirty minutes East two Chains and Seventy links South thirty three Degrees and fifteen East three Chains and fourty five links to the old lease then along with the Said lease North Seventy five degrees East one chain and eighty links South fourteen chains and Sixty links to Deyoes land thence South fifty eight degrees and thirty Minutes west to the place of beginning containing eighty acres of land
Subject to the rents reservations and conditions mentioned and expressed in an Indenture of lease by and between John Van Rensselaer Esqr deceased of the one part and David Sager of the other part
The piece of land on which the Corn of David Wager stands and yard, about a quarter of an acre is reserved
Sealed and Delivered in the presence of J. Rutsen Van Rensselaer E. B. Pugsley
E. B. Pugsley, one of the commissioners of Deeds, certified that on the 9th day of May 1829, Isaac Southard and Elizabeth his wife appeared before him to acknowledge the above deed.