ed to be the deed of Squa Sachem and Web-Cowites, and the marks and seals thereunto affixed to be their marks & seals and have manifested and explained the bounds of the said grant or deed to be distinct from the land which was given to the Governor Mr Nowell Mr Wilson and Capt. Gibones, Benedict Arnold being interpreter, and that they did not sell it to Charlestowne
In the presence of us
Jno. Winthrop Governr
Jno. Endecott Dept. Govr.
Recorded 3 e the Middlesex canal formerly crossed to the long point (now a part of the Metropolitan park reservation) which reaches out between the upper pond and what is now known as Bacon's.
The squa sachem described that boundary as the south end of Mr. Nowell's land.
A witness, in the suit to be mentioned, described the [southern] as the little brook that runneth from Capt. Cook's mill to Mystic pond.
Col. George Cooke had early built a mill a little above the present site of the old Fowle grain