Deed from Jacob Anderson of the town of Claverack in the County of Columbia Farmer and Elizabeth his wife, to William Holsapple of the same place Farmer
For the sum of $2800.
All those certain pieces, tracts and farms of land, situate, lying and being in Claverack aforesaid. The first tract beginning at a stake and stone heap on the West side of a small Creek near Jacob Esselstynes farm thence South twenty six degrees West three chains and fifteen links South forty 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 forty links, South ten degrees East eight chains seventy links to the Creek, thence upon along through the center of said Creek to the line of Christian Dedricks farm thence South forty four degrees thirty minutes West three chains sixteen links to the road thence North 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 eighty eight degrees thirty minutes seventeen chains forty links to the place of beginning Containing seventy one acres.
The second tract Beginning on a course South sixty nine degrees East eight chains twenty links from a White oak tree the place of beginning of the old Lease to Henry Enderson in the Year 1753 thence South five chains twenty one links, South sixty five degrees thirty minutes East ten chains North two chains twenty five links South sixty five degrees thirty minutes East twenty chains forty nine links to the line of the late William Clappers farm thence along the line of said farm North five degrees East two chains North twenty seven degrees thirty minutes East twenty one chains fifteen links, North Seventeen degrees thirty minutes East one chain eighty to the Creek which runs through Jacob Esselstynes farm thence down along said Creek to the line of said Esselstynes farm thence along the line of said farm South two degrees thirty minutes West two, North seventy degrees thirty minutes West nine chains twenty three links South fifty four degrees West eleven chains thirty four links to the place of beginning Containing fifty nine acres of land.
Sealed and delivered in the presence of George Anderson, Matthias Miller
Ambrose L. Jordan, Recorder of the City of Hudson certified that on 1 March 1820, George Enderson and his wife Elizabeth and John Enderson and his wife Margaret appeared before him to acknowledge the above deed.