Deed from Jacob Anderson of the town of Claverack in the County of Columbia Farmer and Elizabeth his wife, and John Anderson of the same place Farmer and Margaret his wife to William Z. Holsapple of the town and County aforesaid.
For the sum of $1100
All that certain piece, parcel and tract of Land, situate, lying and being in the town of Claverack in the County of Columbia aforesaid. Beginning at a Buttonwood tree Standing on the North side of the Creek running through Jacob Esselstynes farm, at a place where the line of said Esselstynes farm crosses said Creek, then along the said line North three degrees East ten chains. North fifteen degrees and fifteen minutes East seventeen chains and fifty links to a road commonly called the Nobletown Road, thence along the said Road South seventy five degrees and forty five minutes East four chains, North seventy eight degrees and forty five minutes East three chains and fifty links to Jacob Waggoners farm thence along the line of his farm South thirty five degrees East four chains and ninety links South twenty degrees East four chains and fifty five links South Sixty five degrees and thirty minutes East nine chains to the line of Reubin Ranny thence along the same South seven degrees and thirty minutes West two chains and ninety six links South thirty two degrees West two chains and fifty links South eighteen degrees and fifteen minutes West nine chains and fifty links to the aforesaid Creek thence descending the North bank of said Creek to the place of beginning Containing Forty acres of land
Sealed and delivered in the presence of Stephen Hogeboom
Stephen Hogeboom, one of the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of Columbia County certified that on 20 May 1805, Jacob Enderson and his wife Elizabeth and John Enderson and his wife Margaret appeared before him to acknowledge the above deed.