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Land Records for John Bryan
1 Jan 1807: John Bryan of Camden, Oneida NY bought from Ezra Barns and his wife Anne Barns of Camden for $400.00 the following piece of property:
Lot #34 of Scriba’s Patent in the west half of Town No. Eight.
Beginning at the NE corner of Lot #33 cornered and marked 26,27, 33, 34
and runs from there south 69 degrees east along the south bounds
of lot # 27to corner of 27, 28, 34, 35, then south; then south
21 degreesalong a line of marked trees to a stake cornered 34,35.
Near west branch of Fish Creek and along the middle of the creek to a stake
near the bank cornered marked 34; then north 21 degrees east along east
bouns of lot # 33 to beginning point. 100 acres more or less.
22 May 1812:
John Bryan and wife Sophronia deeded to Jeremiah Smith Junior of the town
of East Haddam, CT for the sum of $1,081.00 the following land :
Of Scriba’s patent, Lot #34 as described above.
20 Nov 1823: Roswell L. Colt & wife Margaret of Baltimore, Maryland deeded to John Bryan of Camdenthe following land in Scriba’s Patent:
the north half of lot #29 in the west half of township number 8, containing
76 acres more or less.
9 April 1825: John Bryan & his wife Mehitabel of Camden deeded to Abigail Bryan of Watertown and Amos Baldwin of Norfolk, CT for $320.00 the following land:
The south half of the north half of lot #29 in west of town #8, Scriba’s patent: 38 acres more or less.
10 March 1834: John Bryan of Camden,
Oneida, NY deeded to James Frisbie of the same place, for $425.00 land
in town of Camden in township No. 8, Scribas patent, one equal fourth part
of Lot # 29 to be taken off of the north end of lot 29 by a parallel line
with the north line of said lot containing in said one fourth part of said
lot 38 acres, more or less.
31 May 1844:
Alfred C. Perpignan & Aurelia L. his wife of Ogdensburgh deeded
to Leslie A. Warnick & John Bryan of Utica for the sum of $2,100.00:
Land in Utica described as: beginning at the corner of Elizabeth
St. & Charlotte St., where the northerly line of the former intersect,
the easterly line of the land running thence SE along the northerly line
of Elizabeth St. 62 ft. 6 in.; then east at right angles to Elizabeth Street
24 ft. 9 in., Then NW parallel to Elizabeth St. 58 ft. 3 in.; then SW along
the eat lines of Charlotte St. 25 ft. to the place of beginning.
Also all that land on Elizabeth St. being the southerly half of lot
#5 of the annexed diagram to the____ made by S.D. Dakin to Thomas
L. Kingsley bearing oaths the 16 of Aug 1830 & being 30 ft. front on
Elizabeth and extending back of the ________1/2 OF THE DISTANCE TO port
St.; bounded southerly by Elizabeth St. west by lots 3 & 4 of said
diagram occupied by said Kingsley November 1843. Northerly
by part of lot #5 & east by lot #6; and alsoall the land designated
as lot #3 on a map or diagram annexed to a mortgage
made by Samuel D. Dakin to Richard R. Lansing…….. Beginniong at a
point on the easterly line of Charlotte St. 25 ft. distant from corner
of Elizabeth & Charlotte, running NE on easterly line of Charlotte
St. 25 ft. Then SE parallel with the north line of Elizabeth
St. 54 ft.; then sw at right angles to Elizabeth St. 24 ft. 9 in.;
then nw parralel with the north lines of Elizabeth St. 58 ft. 3 in. at
the the place of beginning. Also lot #6 etc.
Alfred Perpignan conveyed this property to
Leslie A. Warnick & John Bryan toward liquidation & payment of
a debt which he owed them. Warnick & Bryan plan to resell the
real estate as soon as they find a purchaser. If they can not obtain
$2100.00 for the property, he will pay the difference within 90 days.
However, if they sell it within one year, they can not sell for less than
10 August 1844: Leslie A Warnick & Ellen, his wife & John Bryan of Utica, sold to Thomas Adams of the same place for $1230.00 land situate in the village of Whitesboro, town of Whitestown and on Westmoreland St.at the corner of a lot formerly owned by Wm. C. Tracy, deceased, now owned by Henry Brown, 115 easterly along the road and then southerly along the lands of Wm. Ells, 170 ft., then west 170 ft. to the said Brown’s land,…also mentioned:
Bertha Brainard, Wm. & Robert Eell, William Fletcher & Mary, his wife, John Spriggs & Charlotte, his wife, & Wm. Stedman.
12 August 1844: Leslie A. Warnick & Ellen, his wife & John Bryan of Utica deeded to Thomas Adams of the same place, for $300.00, the northwest corner of lot #1 in Cox’s patent, in Oneida County,
16 July 1845: Thomas Adams & Catharine,
his wife, of Utica deeded to Leslie A Warnick & John Bryan of
Utica for the sum of $1.00: 30 acres of land in a square as nearly
as maybe, in the NW corner of lot number one in Cox’s Patent, in the 2nd
division of said patent..
27 March 1849: William Pepper of Vernon in the County of Oneida, NY deeded to Leslie A Warnick and John Bryan of Utica for $830.00 the following land:
In Utica: beginning at a point in the westerly line of Charlotte Street, 112 ft. from its intersection with Bleeker St.; then south along Charlotte St. 30 ft. then west on a line at right angles from Charlotte St. to the Post line so called, being about 100 ft. more or less on the said right anle line; then North along post line in a line paralled with Bleecker St. to the beginning place. Etc.
19 Dec. 1850: ?_____ deeded to Leslie A. Warnick & John Bryan of Utica for $1500.00, land in the city of Utica, lot #22 being part of lot #95 in Cosby’s Manor. Beginning at SE corner of lot #21, near Hotel & Burchard St. (? May be Thomas Walker.)
29 Aug 1851: Edward Biggs petitioned the Judge to abolish imprisonment for debt to punish fraudulent debtors, directing an assignment of his Estate to be made by the said petitioner to John Bryan of the City of Utica, Oneida, NY except such articles as are by law exempt.
Also on same date, this same request was made by John Flanagan.
8 Dec. 1851: George L. Brown of Utica, granted to Leslie A. Warnick and John A. Bryan of Utica, fro $90.00, that certain piece or parcel of land,in the County of Oneid, 30 acres to be lain out at the expence of Warnick & Bryan in a square as nearly as may be in the NW corner of lot # 1 in Coxes Patent in the 2nd division of said patent.