Richmond, Laura A. & Thomas P. To Matthew W. McNinch, Conesus, 47-235
Livingston County, New York, Deed
1 December 1853
Thomas P. Richmond And Laura A., his wife
Matthew W. McNinch
Witnesseth, That the said part...of the first part, in consideration of the sum of Three Hundred Dollars...to them duly paid have sold, and By these Presents, do grant and convey to the said party of the second part, his heirs....all that tract or parcel of land an being situate in the...town of Conesus....and described as follows being a part of the south part of Lot number eighty in township number eight and bounded as follows commencing at the center of the highway and running westwardly along the south line of said lot thirty eight rods thence northerly parallel with the highway twenty rods thence easterly thirty eight rods to the center of the highway thence southerly twenty rods to the place of beginning containing four acres and three fourths of an acre of land the above being the land conveyed to the said Thomas P. Richmond by S. B. Crego** by deed bearing date the 25th day of November 1848.
Signed: T. P. Richmond and Laura Richmond
Recorded December 2, 1853, 2 o'clock P.M. by Seymour N. Thorp, J.P. of the County of Livingston
This property was also noted in the Conesus Tax records:
Acker, William Lot #80
Richmond, Thomas P., Lot #80 2 or 4 ½ acres $150.
*Grandson of this Matthew McNinch -- don't know which one purchased the property. The younger Matthew was living in Springwater, Livingston Co., NY, in 1875; the elder Matthew had died.
**Was he Lester B. Crego?