The Deposition of Jonathan Savage and Isaac Smith - Filed 11 October 1746 - Transcribed by Gail M. Walczyk
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Filed 11th Octo 1746

The Deposition of Jonathan Savage aged forty two & upwards this Deponent Saith that he Hath Known the Compt & Defent and hath known them many years and that he hath Known the land in Dispute of & one standing and that he understood that part of the sd Land belonged To Thomas Fox ye Plant to the Line that Coll: Preeson formerly run: & that he thinks that the late Line run b Capt. Harmanson took away part of the Land that He thought formerly belonged to Thomas Fox but that He never had any other reason to think that any part of the said Land belonged to the said Fox than that it joined on the rest of said Foxes land, and further This Deponent saith not
Jonathan Savage

The Deposition of Isaac Smith aged forty four Years and upwards saith that he hath known the Plaintiff Thos Fox and the Deft Thos Savage thirty Years and upwards that this Deponent Knows the land In Dispute or part of It: that he was present when Matthew Harmanson Surveyor Made a Survey for Thomas Savage or part of the time and this Deponent Saith that he Said that It is well If this Survey Doth not Cost Mony or trouble hereafter and his Reson for Saying so was that he thought that part of the land that Savage was taking up belonged to Thomas Fox the Compt and This Deponent further saith not
Isaac Smith
John Darby
John Roberts
Joachim Michael


Walczyk, Gail M. Northampton County Chancery Causes Volume 6. 1721-1760 Vol.1. Coram NY: Petersrow, 2009.

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