SUSQUEHANNA BATH TURNPIKE. PRINTED DEED 15" X 10 3/4". TO ALL . WE, WHOSE NAMES ARE HEREUNTO SUBSCRIBED, AND SEALS AFFIXED . SELL TO THE PRESIDENT AND DIRECTORS OF THE SUSQUEHANNAH AND BATH TURNPIKE ROAD COMPANY . BREATH OF FOUR RODS . RUNS THROUGH OUR LAND .

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The following information 24 DAY OF APRIL 1805. The two sellers are John Hayes and Elisa Greene. These were witnessed by Elisha Smith are filled in pen and ink plus affixed seals. Elisha Smith was one of the principals of the turnpike. 13-17 Genesee St. in Greene The site of the former home, store, and land office of Elisha Smith, the first local agent for land west of the Chenango River and the brother-in-law of Thomas Wattles. The original building, which was built in 1803, the same year as Wattles Tavern, was destroyed by fire in 1849.He might also have operated a store in Greene, NY Reference - The Catskill Turnpike in Stage Coach and Tavern Days Famous Highway Played Big Part in Developing Great Area of New York Central and Southern Sections of Empire State Opened by Historic Road, Laid Out on Old Indian Trails Taverns Along Route Centers of Social and Commercial Life in Early Days by LYMAN H. GALLAGHER. Taken from the Ithaca Journal-News, Saturday 24 January 1925, pp 8-9. Bookseller Inventory #

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Book Description 1805. Book Condition: --/No Dustjacket. The following information 24 DAY OF APRIL 1805. The two sellers are John Hayes and Elisa Greene. These were witnessed by Elisha Smith are filled in pen and ink plus affixed seals. Elisha Smith was one of the principals of the turnpike. 13-17 Genesee St. in Greene The site of the former home, store, and land office of Elisha Smith, the first local agent for land west of the Chenango River and the brother-in-law of Thomas Wattles. The original building, which was built in 1803, the same year as Wattles Tavern, was destroyed by fire in 1849.He might also have operated a store in Greene, NY Reference - The Catskill Turnpike in Stage Coach and Tavern Days Famous Highway Played Big Part in Developing Great Area of New York Central and Southern Sections of Empire State Opened by Historic Road, Laid Out on Old Indian Trails Taverns Along Route Centers of Social and Commercial Life in Early Days by LYMAN H. GALLAGHER. Taken from the Ithaca Journal-News, Saturday 24 January 1925, pp 8-9. Bookseller Inventory # BOOKS288630

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