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1832 deed Chauncey Brown-Samuel Brewer CT
21 1832 deed Chauncey Brown-Samuel Brewer CT

East Hartford, Connecticut deed. 2 acres with building on land bounded by land owned by Chester Ripley, John Porter, Mercy Sellen. Witnesses Isaac Treat, Ozias Williams. JP Osias Williams. HISTORICAL NOTE: Captain Samuel Brewer (1776-1847): one of the largest landowners in the town with holdings totaling some 3,000 acres in Hartford and East Hartford, much of it sold between 1830 and 1850. Established sizeable tobacco plantation in the Hockanum area and traded cigars in New York for dry goods and rum sold in his store in East Hartford. Served three terms as town selectman, four terms as state representative, and was one of five members of the building committee for the East Hartford Congregational Church erected at Church Corners in 1836. Original document. Signatories and interesting content noted. Scanner crops off a bit of the bottom. Folded as can be seen in the scan. Some foxing. Paper quite strong, not brittle. Very good or better; defects noted. If none noted, none present. 
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1832 deed Samuel Brewer-Nancy Wells et al E Hartford CT
22 1832 deed Samuel Brewer-Nancy Wells et al E Hartford CT

$1.00 for land bounded by land of the Wells [Nancy,John Hubbard, Chas P.] & Andrew & Aurelia A Benton. SIGNED all above and by Peter D Stillman, I H Webb; attest David F Robinson JP.

HISTORICAL NOTE: Captain Samuel Brewer (1776-1847): one of the largest landowners in the town with holdings totaling some 3,000 acres in Hartford and East Hartford, much of it sold between 1830 and 1850. Established sizeable tobacco plantation in the Hockanum area and traded cigars in New York for dry goods and rum sold in his store in East Hartford. Served three terms as town selectman, four terms as state representative, and was one of five members of the building committee for the East Hartford Congregational Church erected at Church Corners in 1836. East Hartford Connecticut deed. Original document. Signatories & interesting content noted. Folding shows in scan. Some foxing. Paper quite strong not brittle. Very good or better; defects noted. If none noted, none present. 
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1833 deed Edward Forbes-Samuel Brewer CT
23 1833 deed Edward Forbes-Samuel Brewer CT

East Hartford, Connecticut deed. 30 acres with dwelling house and barn on land bounded by land owned by Peros [?] Comstock, John Riley, William H. Hills, Anson Forbes, George May, etc. Witnesses Nancy Olmsted, Giles Olmsted. JP Giles Olmsted. HISTORICAL NOTE: Captain Samuel Brewer (1776-1847): one of the largest landowners in the town with holdings totaling some 3,000 acres in Hartford and East Hartford, much of it sold between 1830 and 1850. Established sizeable tobacco plantation in the Hockanum area and traded cigars in New York for dry goods and rum sold in his store in East Hartford. Served three terms as town selectman, four terms as state representative, and was one of five members of the building committee for the East Hartford Congregational Church erected at Church Corners in 1836. Original document. Signatories and interesting content noted. Scanner crops off a bit of the bottom. Folded as can be seen in the scan. Some foxing. Paper quite strong, not brittle. Very good or better; defects noted. If none noted, none present. 
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1833 deed Royal Treat-Samuel Brewer CT
24 1833 deed Royal Treat-Samuel Brewer CT

East Hartford, Connecticut deed. 45 acres in Hockanum Meadows [?]. Witnesses: Mary A. Ptkin, George Pitkin. George Pitkin, JP. HISTORICAL NOTE: Captain Samuel Brewer (1776-1847): one of the largest landowners in the town with holdings totaling some 3,000 acres in Hartford and East Hartford, much of it sold between 1830 and 1850. Established sizeable tobacco plantation in the Hockanum area and traded cigars in New York for dry goods and rum sold in his store in East Hartford. Served three terms as town selectman, four terms as state representative, and was one of five members of the building committee for the East Hartford Congregational Church erected at Church Corners in 1836. Original document. Signatories and interesting content noted. Scanner crops off a bit of the bottom. Folded as can be seen in the scan. Some foxing. Paper quite strong, not brittle. Very good or better; defects noted. If none noted, none present. 
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1834 deed Enoch Stanton-Samuel Brewer CT
25 1834 deed Enoch Stanton-Samuel Brewer CT

East Hartford, Connecticut deed. 84 acres in Manchester. Witnesses: Solomon Porter, Horace Tilden. JP Solomon Porter. HISTORICAL NOTE: Captain Samuel Brewer (1776-1847): one of the largest landowners in the town with holdings totaling some 3,000 acres in Hartford and East Hartford, much of it sold between 1830 and 1850. Established sizeable tobacco plantation in the Hockanum area and traded cigars in New York for dry goods and rum sold in his store in East Hartford. Served three terms as town selectman, four terms as state representative, and was one of five members of the building committee for the East Hartford Congregational Church erected at Church Corners in 1836. Original document. Signatories and interesting content noted. Scanner crops off a bit of the bottom. Folded as can be seen in the scan. Some foxing. Paper quite strong, not brittle. Very good or better; defects noted. If none noted, none present. 
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1835 deed Hills Taylor Roberts-Brewer CT
26 1835 deed Hills Taylor Roberts-Brewer CT

17 acres from Austin Hills, Stephen Taylor and Orwin Roberts to Samuel Brewer. Land in East Hartford. JP Allen Brewer. HISTORICAL NOTE: Captain Samuel Brewer (1776-1847): one of the largest landowners in the town with holdings totaling some 3,000 acres in Hartford and East Hartford, much of it sold between 1830 and 1850. Established sizeable tobacco plantation in the Hockanum area and traded cigars in New York for dry goods and rum sold in his store in East Hartford. Served three terms as town selectman, four terms as state representative, and was one of five members of the building committee for the East Hartford Congregational Church erected at Church Corners in 1836. Original document. Signatories and interesting content noted. Scanner crops off a bit of the bottom. Folded as can be seen in the scan. Some foxing. Paper quite strong, not brittle. Very good or better; defects noted. If none noted, none present. 
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1835 deed James Hills-Samuel Brewer CT
27 1835 deed James Hills-Samuel Brewer CT

East Hartford, Connecticut deed. 6 1/2 x 93 rods in East Hartford and Wethersfield (?) on Keeney's Point. Witnesses Sylvester Wiley, Allen Brewer. JP Allen Brewer. HISTORICAL NOTE: Captain Samuel Brewer (1776-1847): one of the largest landowners in the town with holdings totaling some 3,000 acres in Hartford and East Hartford, much of it sold between 1830 and 1850. Established sizeable tobacco plantation in the Hockanum area and traded cigars in New York for dry goods and rum sold in his store in East Hartford. Served three terms as town selectman, four terms as state representative, and was one of five members of the building committee for the East Hartford Congregational Church erected at Church Corners in 1836. Original document. Signatories and interesting content noted. Scanner crops off a bit of the bottom. Folded as can be seen in the scan. Some foxing. Paper quite strong, not brittle. Very good or better; defects noted. If none noted, none present. 
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1835 deed Joseph B Treat-Samuel Brewer CT
28 1835 deed Joseph B Treat-Samuel Brewer CT

3 1/2 acres with buildings bounded on land owned by Samuel Brewer, Royal Treat and New London Turnpike. Witnesses Chas. Shepard, Gindon Robinson [?]. Charles Shepard, JP.
HISTORICAL NOTE: Captain Samuel Brewer (1776-1847): one of the largest landowners in the town with holdings totaling some 3,000 acres in Hartford and East Hartford, much of it sold between 1830 and 1850. Established sizeable tobacco plantation in the Hockanum area and traded cigars in New York for dry goods and rum sold in his store in East Hartford. Served three terms as town selectman, four terms as state representative, and was one of five members of the building committee for the East Hartford Congregational Church erected at Church Corners in 1836. East Hartford Connecticut deed. Original document. Signatories & interesting content noted. Scan crops a bit of bottom. Folding shows in scan. Some foxing. Paper quite strong not brittle. Very good or better; defects noted. If none noted, none present. 
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1837 deed Henry C Porter-Samuel Brewer CT
29 1837 deed Henry C Porter-Samuel Brewer CT

7 1/2 acres bounded by land owned by John N. Porter, Samuel Brewer. Witnesses Wm. Cooley, Samuel Brewer Jr. Wm. Cooley JP.
HISTORICAL NOTE: Captain Samuel Brewer (1776-1847): one of the largest landowners in the town with holdings totaling some 3,000 acres in Hartford and East Hartford, much of it sold between 1830 and 1850. Established sizeable tobacco plantation in the Hockanum area and traded cigars in New York for dry goods and rum sold in his store in East Hartford. Served three terms as town selectman, four terms as state representative, and was one of five members of the building committee for the East Hartford Congregational Church erected at Church Corners in 1836. East Hartford Connecticut deed. Original document. Signatories & interesting content noted. Scan crops a bit of bottom. Folding shows in scan. Some foxing. Paper quite strong not brittle. Very good or better; defects noted. If none noted, none present. 
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1837 deed Isaac Hiller-Samuel Brewer CT
30 1837 deed Isaac Hiller-Samuel Brewer CT

East Hartford, Connecticut deed. 3 acres and 100 rods land with buildings on land bounded by land owned by Samuel Brewer and Royall Treat and New London Turnpike. Witnesses Samuel Brewer Jr, William Cooley. JP Wm. Cooley. HISTORICAL NOTE: Captain Samuel Brewer (1776-1847): one of the largest landowners in the town with holdings totaling some 3,000 acres in Hartford and East Hartford, much of it sold between 1830 and 1850. Established sizeable tobacco plantation in the Hockanum area and traded cigars in New York for dry goods and rum sold in his store in East Hartford. Served three terms as town selectman, four terms as state representative, and was one of five members of the building committee for the East Hartford Congregational Church erected at Church Corners in 1836. Original document. Signatories and interesting content noted. Scanner crops off a bit of the bottom. Folded as can be seen in the scan. Some foxing. Paper quite strong, not brittle. Very good or better; defects noted. If none noted, none present. 
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1837 deed John N Porter-Samuel Brewer CT
31 1837 deed John N Porter-Samuel Brewer CT

Several plots described in detail. Witnesses Wm. Cooley, Samuel Brewer Jr. Wm Cooley, JP.
HISTORICAL NOTE: Captain Samuel Brewer (1776-1847): one of the largest landowners in the town with holdings totaling some 3,000 acres in Hartford and East Hartford, much of it sold between 1830 and 1850. Established sizeable tobacco plantation in the Hockanum area and traded cigars in New York for dry goods and rum sold in his store in East Hartford. Served three terms as town selectman, four terms as state representative, and was one of five members of the building committee for the East Hartford Congregational Church erected at Church Corners in 1836. East Hartford Connecticut deed. Original document. Signatories & interesting content noted. Scan crops a bit of bottom. Folding shows in scan. Some foxing. Paper quite strong not brittle. Very good or better; defects noted. If none noted, none present. 
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1838 deed Samuel Brewer-Sidney Hills E Hartford CT
32 1838 deed Samuel Brewer-Sidney Hills E Hartford CT

$6.00 for 30 rods land bounded by land ofSamuel Brewer, & "the crick". SIGNED by Hills, Wm Cooley, John Buckland, attest Wm Cooley JP.

HISTORICAL NOTE: Captain Samuel Brewer (1776-1847): one of the largest landowners in the town with holdings totaling some 3,000 acres in Hartford and East Hartford, much of it sold between 1830 and 1850. Established sizeable tobacco plantation in the Hockanum area and traded cigars in New York for dry goods and rum sold in his store in East Hartford. Served three terms as town selectman, four terms as state representative, and was one of five members of the building committee for the East Hartford Congregational Church erected at Church Corners in 1836. East Hartford Connecticut deed. Original document. Signatories & interesting content noted. Folding shows in scan. Some foxing. Paper quite strong not brittle. Very good or better; defects noted. If none noted, none present. 
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1839 deed Lemuel Howlet-Eli Hall CT
33 1839 deed Lemuel Howlet-Eli Hall CT

1 acre with factory buildings bounded by land owned by Job Porter, Ralph Risley. Witnesses Samuel Brewer, JP.
HISTORICAL NOTE: Captain Samuel Brewer (1776-1847): one of the largest landowners in the town with holdings totaling some 3,000 acres in Hartford and East Hartford, much of it sold between 1830 and 1850. Established sizeable tobacco plantation in the Hockanum area and traded cigars in New York for dry goods and rum sold in his store in East Hartford. Served three terms as town selectman, four terms as state representative, and was one of five members of the building committee for the East Hartford Congregational Church erected at Church Corners in 1836. East Hartford Connecticut deed. Original document. Signatories & interesting content noted. Scan crops a bit of bottom. Folding shows in scan. Some foxing. Paper quite strong not brittle. Very good or better; defects noted. If none noted, none present. 
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1840 deed Samuel Brewer-Nancy Warren E Hartford CT
34 1840 deed Samuel Brewer-Nancy Warren E Hartford CT

$40 for land bordered by land of Rory Jones, Leonard Hills, John Risley, William Judson. SIGNED Nancy Warren [signed as X her mark], Seth Risley, Jesse Judson, attest Jesse Judson JP.

HISTORICAL NOTE: Captain Samuel Brewer (1776-1847): one of the largest landowners in the town with holdings totaling some 3,000 acres in Hartford and East Hartford, much of it sold between 1830 and 1850. Established sizeable tobacco plantation in the Hockanum area and traded cigars in New York for dry goods and rum sold in his store in East Hartford. Served three terms as town selectman, four terms as state representative, and was one of five members of the building committee for the East Hartford Congregational Church erected at Church Corners in 1836. East Hartford Connecticut deed. Original document. Signatories & interesting content noted. Folding shows in scan. Some foxing. Paper quite strong not brittle. Very good or better; defects noted. If none noted, none present. 
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1842 deed Joel Porter-Samuel Brewer CT
35 1842 deed Joel Porter-Samuel Brewer CT

1 1/4 acres bounded by land owned by Ezra Williams, Samuel Brewer and Selden Brewer. Witnesses Anson Smith, Roderick F. Fowler. Roderick F. Fowler, JP.
HISTORICAL NOTE: Captain Samuel Brewer (1776-1847): one of the largest landowners in the town with holdings totaling some 3,000 acres in Hartford and East Hartford, much of it sold between 1830 and 1850. Established sizeable tobacco plantation in the Hockanum area and traded cigars in New York for dry goods and rum sold in his store in East Hartford. Served three terms as town selectman, four terms as state representative, and was one of five members of the building committee for the East Hartford Congregational Church erected at Church Corners in 1836. East Hartford Connecticut deed. Original document. Signatories & interesting content noted. Scan crops a bit of bottom. Folding shows in scan. Some foxing. Paper quite strong not brittle. Very good or better; defects noted. If none noted, none present. 
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1844 deed Reuben Brewer-Samuel Brewer CT
36 1844 deed Reuben Brewer-Samuel Brewer CT

Tow parcels bounded by Keeneys Point, and Wethersfield, etc. Witnesses Roderick F. Fowler, Hamitlon Brewer. Roderick F. Fowler, JP.
HISTORICAL NOTE: Captain Samuel Brewer (1776-1847): one of the largest landowners in the town with holdings totaling some 3,000 acres in Hartford and East Hartford, much of it sold between 1830 and 1850. Established sizeable tobacco plantation in the Hockanum area and traded cigars in New York for dry goods and rum sold in his store in East Hartford. Served three terms as town selectman, four terms as state representative, and was one of five members of the building committee for the East Hartford Congregational Church erected at Church Corners in 1836. East Hartford Connecticut deed. Original document. Signatories & interesting content noted. Scan crops a bit of bottom. Folding shows in scan. Some foxing. Paper quite strong not brittle. Very good or better; defects noted. If none noted, none present. 
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1848 color map: France complete
37 1848 color map: France complete
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Original 1848 engraved map, hand-colored outlines. Excellent detail. Image size: about 8x10". One long edge has been trimmed by the original binder and may infringe slightly on the outer printed border. Map content intact and quite bright. From a defective copy of James Barclay: A Complete and Universal Dictionary of the English Language. A new edition, enlarged, improved and adapted to the present state of science by B. B. Woodward. London: James S. Virtue [n.d., 1848 from front matter]. 
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1848 color map: Toronto to New Brunswick Canada
38 1848 color map: Toronto to New Brunswick Canada

Original 1848 engraved map, hand-colored outlines. Excellent detail. Image size: about 8x10". One long edge has been trimmed by the original binder and may infringe slightly on the outer printed border. Map content intact and quite bright. From a defective copy of James Barclay: A Complete and Universal Dictionary of the English Language. A new edition, enlarged, improved and adapted to the present state of science by B. B. Woodward. London: James S. Virtue [n.d., 1848 from front matter]. 
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1896 Hartford CT Map Ward Map Key to Atlas: Bushnell Park Trinity College +
39 1896 Hartford CT Map Ward Map Key to Atlas: Bushnell Park Trinity College +

From a long-ago dismantled Atlas of the City of Hartford and the Town of West Hartford Connecticut: L J Richards & Co: Springfield Massachusetts 1896. 22 1/4 x 32", center vertical fold, linen backed.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
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1909 Hartford CT Map : Keney Park; Goodwin & Batterson Estates; Cemeteries
40 1909 Hartford CT Map : Keney Park; Goodwin & Batterson Estates; Cemeteries

From a long-ago dismantled Atlas of the City of Hartford and the Town of West Hartford Connecticut: L J Richards & Co: Springfield Massachusetts 1909. 22 1/4 x 32", center vertical fold, linen backed.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
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