e creek between it and Meadford farm; northeasterly on land of George Blanchard; southerly on land of the said Nathaniel; and northwesterly, partly on a pine swamp, and partly on pasture land of George Blanchard.
Here we have the exact date of the erection of the house, now known aton farm house, as the above description of the land upon which Mr. Blanchard built his house is the same land upon which the old farm house of the Cradock grant, and was sold by Mr. Edward Collins to Mr. George Blanchard.
This lot of land is known by the name of the stump marsh awamp, with 4 1/2 acres of upland sold by the said Collins to Mr. George Blanchard.
The above described line is shown upon the map.
Mr. Rt of the upland and one-fourth part of the meadow lying next to Mr. Blanchard's farm, and farthest from the dwelling house.
Jonathan Wade,dwelling house and barn with twenty acres of land lying next to Mr. Blanchard's farm was not included in this sale.
Captain Peter Tufts was