1919 Baker/Kenyon Land Indenture
Wayne County, NY
This indenture is one of a group of documents transcribed and contributed by researcher Ron Reid!
"What I am trying to do is find a solid connection between Friend Kenyon and a supposed son
by the name of Jonas Kenyon. There is a lot of circumstantial evidence but I am still
searching for that irrefutible link. Therefore I am working from Friend Kenyon forward and
Jonas Kenyon backwards. I will probably be getting more into the Garlock/Garlach line because
we know Friend Kenyon married a Garlock and came from Herkimer to Wayne with the Garlock bunch
in the 1830's."
This indenture has been reformatted for ease of online reading.
Wayne County, New York
Deed Book 248, Page 355
This Indenture, Made the second day of August in the year Nineteen Hundred and
Eighteen, between Cora B. Baker (nee Budlong), of the Town of Macedon, County of
Wayne and state of New York, of the first part, and George D. Kenyon, of 6721
Bales Avenue, Kansas City, Missouri, of the second part, Witnesseth, that the
said party of the first part, in consideration of One and More Dollars, ($1.00 &
more) lawful money of the United States, paid by the party of the second part,
does hereby grant and release unto the said party of the second part, his heirs
and assigns forever, All that tract or parcel of land, situate in the Town of
Macedon, County of Wayne and State of New York, bounded and described as follows:
Beginning in the center of the Walworth road at the corner of lands of Bleeck
and Virbridge; thence south along the center of said highway to lands of S.
Albert Reed; thence west along lands of said Reed to Wesley Baker's east line;
thence north along said Baker's lands and lands of George D. Kenyon to the south
line of said lands of Bleeck and Virbridge; thence east along the line of said
Bleeck and Virbridge lands to the place of beginning, said to contain sixteen
acres of land, and being the same premises heretofore conveyed to the party of
the first part by her maiden name of Cora Budlong by her father Albert P. Budlong
by warranty deed recorded in Wayne County Clerk's Office.
Together with the appurtenances and all the estate and rights of the party of the
first part in and to the said premises. To have and to hold the above granted
premises, unto the said party of the second part, his heirs and assigns forever.
And the said Cora B. Baker party of the first part, does convenant with the said
party of the second part as follows:
First.- That the party of the second part shall quietly enjoy the said premises.
Second.- That the said Cora B. Baker party of the first part will forever Warrant
the title to the said premises.
In Witness Whereof, The said party of the first part has hereunto set her hand and seal
the day and year first above written:
In Presence of Cora B. Baker. (L.S.)
State of New York, )
County of Wayne, ) ss.
Town of Macedon, ) On this second day of August in the year Nineteen Hundred and
Eighteen before me, the subscriber, personally appeared Cora B. Baker to me known and known
to me to be the same person described in, and who executed the within Instrument, and she
duly acknowledged to me that she executed the same.
Lewis M. Wilson, Notary Public
A true copy of the Original. Recorded March 6, 1919 at 9 A.M.
Chas. A. Noble Clerk.