1804 deed from Andrew Potter to Christopher Lippitt in Cranston...

1804 deed from Andrew Potter to Christopher Lippitt in Cranston Rhode Island REVOLUTIONARY WAR VETERAN

SKU:
SKU100-4
Names:
Lippitt Congdon Potter
City:
Cranston
State:
Rhode Island
Country:
USA
Year:
1804
Our price:
$199.00

Description:

This is a deed from 1804 from Andrew Potter and Thomas Potter to Christopher Lippitt in Cranston Rhode Island. Lippitt was a general in the Revolutionary War and founded one of America's first textile mills in West Warwick, Rhode Island. The deed describes the boundaries of the property along Daniel Snells land in Warwick and a local brook. Also mentioned is the land of Nathan Potter. The deed was recorded in 1804 and witnessed by Jeremiah Knight and signed by Nicholas Congdon Justice of the Peace. Caleb Potter and Richard Burlingame also signed. Some tears and small stains, but entirely legible. See the photos.