Newtown, Long Island, Court and Town Records

Summary of Sackett & Bloomfield Records

Newtown Court Records

Newtown Court Records: 50–53
12 Sep 1665. Frances Kidfield, John Moore, & Caleb Leveredge v William Bloomfield re trespass with hogs. Mentions also Goodwife Bloomfield (i.e. Isabel Pearce Sackett Bloomfield).

Newtown Court Records: 54
23 Oct 1665. William Bloomfield's appeal re trespass with hogs.

Newtown Court Records: 114–115
2 Mar 1679/80. Joseph Sackett (1656–1719, w7) & Daniel Bloomfield witnesses in dispute re fence.

Newtown Court Records: 203–214
Midlbourg 2 & 3 Feb 1668/9. John Lareson v Samuel Bloomfield for pound breach. Thomas Davis v Daniel Samuel Bloomfield. Thomas Robinson v Daniel Samuel Bloomfield. Elias Doughty v Daniel Bloomfield. Refs. in testimony to Samuel & Daniel being brothers. Also ref. to Daniel aged 30 years. Samuel Bloomfield fined five shillings for disorder in Court. Daniel Bloomfield acknowledges fault.

Newtown Court Records: 218–219
[6 Apr 1669]. John Holden v Samuel Bloomfield for calling him "sonn of a whore". Holden v Daniel Bloomfield. Daniel Bloomfield fined eighteen shillings & two pence. Holden v Samuel Bloomfield. Samuel Bloomfield acknowledges fault. Testimony that John Holden was employed by Daniel Bloomfield.

Newtown Court Records: 285
4 Jul 1688. Joseph Sackett (w7) witness in case between John Woollston Craft & Mr Wandall.

Newtown Town Records, Part 1

Newtown Town Records: 1:121
10 May 1682. Sale of land. Hendrick Barnsmith to Joseph Sackett (w7).

Newtown Town Records: 1:127
2 May 1674. 1. Land from Daniel Bloomfield laid out for Joseph Sackett (w7). 2. Joseph Sackett (w7) mentioned as neighbouring landowner.

Newtown Town Records, Part 2

Newtown Town Records: 2:7
4 Oct 1697. Joseph Sackett (w7) chosen to appoint attorney to defend town's cause.
14 Dec 1697. Lt. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected supervisor.

Newtown Town Records: 2:10–11
18 Jan 1694/95. Indenture. Sale of land. Daniel Bloomfield to Joseph Sackett (w7).

Newtown Town Records: 2:14
14 Dec 1694. Sale of land. Daniel Whitehead to (Capt.) Joseph Sackett. (Daniel Whitehead = father of Mercy Whitehead, 3rd w. of Joseph Sackett (w7)).

Newtown Town Records: 2:22
18 Jun 1695. Indenture. Sale of land. Moses Pettet to Richard Betts. (Richard Betts = father of Elizabeth Betts who m. Joseph Sackett (w7)). [Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:31
1695. Indenture. Sale of land. Benjamin Cornish to Jeremiah Burroughs. Joseph Sackett (w7) mentioned as neighbouring landowner. [Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:32
16 Dec 1695. Sale of land. Richard Alsop & Luke Depaw to Philip Foulcard. (Richard Alsop = father of Hannah Alsop who m. (Judge) Joseph Sackett (1680–1755, w23). [Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:33
6 Feb 1695/96. Sale of land. Josias Firman to Joseph Sackett (w7).

Newtown Town Records: 2:38
1696. Sale of land. Jeremiah Reeder to Hendrick Lot. Joseph Sackett (w7) mentioned as neighbouring landowner. [Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:66
?Date.  Land laid out for Joseph Sackett (w7).

Newtown Town Records: 2:68
25 Sep 1696. Exchange of land. Edward Hunt & Joseph Sackett (w7).

Newtown Town Records: 2:69
March 167/8[?] & 10 Jan 1695. Land laid out for Joseph Sackett (w7).

Newtown Town Records: 2:78
?Date.  Land laid out for Joseph Sackett (w7) & for Daniel Bloomfield.

Newtown Town Records: 2:81
14 Jan 1694/95. Exchange of land. Joseph Sackett (w7) mentioned as neighbouring landowner. [Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:83
1678 & 18 Mar 1695/96. Land laid out. Joseph Sackett (w7) & Daniel Bloomfield mentioned as neighbouring landowners. [Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:85
17 Jan 1694/95.  Exchange of land. Joseph Sackett (w7) & Edward Stevenson.

Newtown Town Records: 2:88
7 Feb 1722/23. (Judge) Joseph Sackett (1680-1755, w23) referred to as Justice of the Peace.

Newtown Town Records: 2:95
22/25 Feb 1704/05. Sale of land. Content Titus to Joseph Sackett (w7).

Newtown Town Records: 2:121–122
15 Sep 1697. Sale of land. Jeremiah Burroughs to Joseph Sackett (w7).

Newtown Town Records: 2:124
11 Feb 1691/92. Joseph Sackett (w7) appointed land surveyor.

Newtown Town Records: 2:141
13 Sep 1679. Grant of land to Joseph Sackett (w7).

Newtown Town Records: 2:143
13 Mar 1677. Sale of land. John Smith to Joseph Sackett (w7).
30 Apr 1678. Sale of land. Thomas Barker to Joseph Sackett (w7).

Newtown Town Records: 2:145
30 Apr 1678. Sale of land. Thomas Barker to Joseph Sackett (w7).
3 May 1678. Sale of land. Abram Frost to Joseph Sackett (w7).

Newtown Town Records: 2:147
30 Apr 1678. Sale of land. Thomas Barker to Joseph Sackett (w7).

Newtown Town Records: 2:150
30 Apr 1678. Sale of land. Thomas Barker to Joseph Sackett (w7). [Copy of document held but not transcribed here].
14 Sep 1679. Sale of land. Joseph Sackett (w7) to John Reede.

Newtown Town Records: 2:151
30 Apr 1678. Sale of land. Thomas Barker to Joseph Sackett (w7). [Copies of documents held but not transcribed here. See 2:2:143, 145 & 147.]
__ Sep 1679. Sale of land. Joseph Sackett (w7) to John Reede.

Newtown Town Records: 2:155
28 Oct 1679. Land laid out for Joseph Sackett (w7).

Newtown Town Records: 2:156
30 Apr 1678. Sale of land. Thomas Barker to Joseph Sackett (w7). [Copy of document held but not transcribed here].
15 Sep 1679. Sale of land. Joseph Sackett (w7) to Samuel Moore.

Newtown Town Records: 2:164
14 Sep 1679. Sale of land. John Reede to Samuel Moore. Joseph Sackett (w7) mentioned as previous owner and as neighbouring landowner. [Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:194
8 Mar 1698/99. Sale of land. Thomas Stevenson to Abram Ramsden. Joseph Sackett (w7) mentioned as neighbouring landowner. [Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:209
16 May 1682. Sale of land. Thomas Wandall to Joseph Sackett (w7).
16 May 168_. Receipt for land. Hendrick Barnsmith to Joseph Sackett (w7).

Newtown Town Records: 2:212
27 Jun 1682. Joseph Sackett (w7) voted fence viewer.

Newtown Town Records: 2:213
30 Jun 1682. Exchange of land. Theophilus Phillips & Edward Hunt. Joseph Sackett (w7) mentioned as neighbouring landowner. [Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:216
5 Dec [1682]. Joseph Sackett (w7) voted to see to town's business re bounds.

Newtown Town Records: 2:223
10 Jan 1692/93. Joseph Sackett (w7) witness to boundary decision.

Newtown Town Records: 2:240
[1699]. Cattle marks. Daniel Bloomfield & Joseph Sackett (w7).

Newtown Town Records: 2:241
4 Feb 1698/99. Sale of land. Daniel Bloomfield to Joseph Sackett (w7) (referred to as Joseph Sackett Senior).

Newtown Town Records: 2:252
[?1683/84?].  Joseph Sackett (w7) permission to hang gate.
16 Nov 1684.  Transfer of land. Joseph Sackett (w7) to his "unKell" Daniel Bloomfield.

Newtown Town Records: 2:253
28 Mar 1684. Sale of land. Daniel Bloomfield to Joseph Sackett (w7) ("my Cosen").

Newtown Town Records: 2:256
4 Mar 1683. Sale of land. Garratt Leydeker to Thomas Barker. Joseph Sackett (w7) mentioned as neighbouring landowner. [Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:260
1 Apr 1682. Will of Isabel Bloomfield.

Newtown Town Records: 2:276
Oct 1684. Sale of land. Jonathan Hazard to Joseph Sackett (w7).

Newtown Town Records: 2:280
29 Mar 1684. Sale of land. Daniel Bloomfield to Joseph Sackett (w7) ("my Cosen").

Newtown Town Records: 2:298
15 May 1697. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected on town ministry.

Newtown Town Records: 2:309
27 Feb 1683/85 [sic]. Land laid out for Joseph Sackett (w7).
5 Mar 1685/86. Land laid out for Daniel Bloomfield.

Newtown Town Records: 2:330
14 May 1688.  Joseph Sackett (w7). Rejection of draft town patent.

Newtown Town Records: 2:331
23 May 1686 & 12 Jun 1686. Joseph Sackett (w7) voted committeeman on town patent.

Newtown Town Records: 2:332
16 Jun 1686. Joseph Sackett (w7) on committee to nominate men to draft town patent.
29 Jul 1698. Joseph Sackett (w7) on committee to defend town rights before Supreme Court.

Newtown Town Records: 2:335
4 Sep 1686. Joseph Sackett (w7). Joseph Sackett's draft town patent approved, & to be included in list of patentees.

Newtown Town Records: 2:345
22 Nov 168[6]. John Way & Joseph Sackett (w7) voted money for town patent.

Newtown Town Records: 2:360
27 Sep 1687. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected assessor.

Newtown Town Records: 2:379
17 Apr 1696. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected assessor/collector.
6 Mar 1694/95. Grant of land to Benjamin Cornish, approved by Joseph Sackett (w7) & Daniel Bloomfield amongst others. Joseph Sackett (w7) also a neighbouring landowner.

Newtown Town Records: 2:381–2
24 Jan 1688/89. Sale of land. Joseph Sackett (w7) & his wife Elizabeth to Nathaniel & Lambard Woodard.

Newtown Town Records: 2:388
14 Mar 1688/89. Sale of land. Joseph Phillips to Edward Hunt. Witnessed by Joseph Sackett (w7). [Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:390
4 Mar 1688/89. Sale of land. Joseph Phillips to Theophilus Phillips. Witnessed by Joseph Sackett (w7). [Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:397
Apr 1689. Sale of land. Samuel Wood to Content Titus. Joseph Sackett (w7) mentioned as neighbouring landowner. [Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:400
9 Mar 1677. Sale of land. Daniel Bloomfield to "my Cousen" Joseph Sackett (w7).

Newtown Town Records: 2:407
25 May 1689. Sale of land. Thomas Morrell vendor. Witnessed by Joseph Sackett (w7) & Daniel Bloomfield. [Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:415
[?Date]. Sale of land. Deed of conveyance Caleb Leverich to Content Titus subsequently assigned [?date] to Joseph Sackett. [Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:417c
2 Oct 1689. Joseph Sackett (w7) re-elected ensign.

Newtown Town Records: 2:418
28 Dec 1689. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected lieutenant.

Newtown Town Records: 2:418
18 May 1690. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected collector. 18 May 1690 Joseph Sackett elected collector.

Newtown Town Records: 2:424
19 Aug 1699. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected trustee to repair meeting house.

Newtown Town Records: 2:431
27 Jun 1691. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected assessor & elected surveyor's assistant.

Newtown Town Records: 2:438
1 Feb 1691/92.  Joseph Sackett (w7) & John Way. Agreement for division of land.

Newtown Town Records: 2:444
17 Sep 1692. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected collector.

Newtown Town Records: 2:458–9
19 Jan 1692/93. Sale of land. Richard Alsop to Joseph Sackett (w7). (Richard Alsop = father of Hannah Alsop who m. (Judge) Joseph Sackett (1680-1755, w23).

Newtown Town Records: 2:481
9 Sep 1693. Daniel Bloomfield & Joseph Sackett (w7) elected delegates to convention on county grievances.

Newtown Town Records: 2:501
1 Mar 169[?]. Sale of land. Richard Alsop to John Hunt. Witnessed by Joseph Sackett (w7). [Copy of document held but not transcribed here].
3 Mar 169[?]. Daniel Bloomfield voted delegate re vestrymen at Assembly in Jamaica.
3 Mar 169[?]. Joseph Sackett (w7) voted to oversee repair of meeting house.

Newtown Town Records: 2:532
1 Dec 1694. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected committeeman on inter-town dispute.

Newtown Town Records: 2:533
5 Jan 1694/95. Joseph Sackett (w7) & Daniel Bloomfield elected committeemen to petition for repeal of vestry act.

Newtown Town Records: 2:536
7 Jan 1694/95. Sale of land. Edward Stevenson & Richard Betts on behalf of "The Purchasers" to Joseph Burroughs & Joseph Sackett (w7).
9 Jan 1694/95. Land laid out for Joseph Sackett (w7).
8 Feb 1694/95. Receipt from Edward Stevenson on behalf of "The Purchasers" re purchase of land by Joseph Burroughs & Joseph Sackett (w7).

Newtown Town Records: 2:537
12 Jan 1694/95. Agreement on division of land between Joseph Sackett (w7) & Joseph Burroughs.

Newtown Town Records: 2:542
14 Feb 1709/10. Joseph Sackett witness to assignment between Samuel Moore & son Samuel Moore. Presumably Joseph Sackett (w7). [Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:551
12 Jul 1694. Sale of land. Jeremiah Reeder to John Reeder Junior. Witnessed by Joseph Sackett (w7). [Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:561
2 Jul 1694. Sale of land. Theophilus Phillips to Joseph Sackett (w7).

Newtown Town Records: 2:562
17 Apr 1695. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected committeeman re parsonage.


Newtown Court Records

Newtown Court Records: 50–53.
12 Sep 1665. Frances Kidfield, John Moore, & Caleb Leveredge v William Bloomfield re trespass with hogs. Mentions also Goodwife Bloomfield (i.e. Isabel Pearce Sackett Bloomfield).

Newtowne Auger september 12: 1665
A Court holden by the cunstable & overseers of the place above said
ffrances kidfield plantive enters an action against william Blumfield defendant an action of trespas the damage was prised at 10 bushells of pease
The deposition of daniell estall is that william blomfield & my self & caleb leveredg did agre to drive our hogs to the south sea in regard our fences ware defective for the preservation of our corne & I daniell went to goodman Blomfield that morning we drove them but his ware not to be found as he tould me
The deposition of Caleb leveredg is that there was an agrement betwene william Blomfielld & daniell estall & eleaser levereg & my self to drive our hogs to the south sea in regard of the insuffissiencie of our fences to save our corne where upon we all drove our hogs except william Blomfield
The deposision of nathanill Bayly is the time that good man Blomfielld drove awas with robart Jamse to show him the way to the south to drive his hogs was about the begining of harvist
The deposision of John stevens is that the fence that was about frances kitfields corne and mine som of it was good but the most of it was bad so fare as I saw it yet I Judg that it might have kept out such swine that had not a tast of the corne
Thomas Stevens testifieth the same
The deposission of John lorison is that being caled to vew the fence where ffranc.. kitfields corn had bin that we vewed the out sid there was neither stake nor other so that I saw it was no fence but boughes & rotten sticks this vewing was on the 7th Septer....
John Laiton testefieth the same the court fines for the plantive the defendant shall pay five bushells of pease & the charg of the court & the other half shall be paied by the fence which is 5 bushells of pease which the owner of the fenc shall pay to ffrances
John More plantive enter an action against william Blomfield deffendant an action of trespass
The deposision of Ralph hunt is that John more desired me to go vew his corne & was stried what we vewed at the time was seven bushel. & he asked what we thought might be of the pece & we iudged there might be five and twentie bushells of corne there was som swine in but I knew none of them but lamberds sow but as they told me
The deposision of ffrances kitfield is that John more desired me to vew his corne that was stried & we iudged seven bushells stried & he asked what might be of the pece & we iudged five and twentie bushels there ware hogs in then they ware good man blumfields hogs all but one
The deposision of Richard owin is that as I was going in the street I saw goodman blumfields short bars downe i went in to lit apipe of tobaco & I se a hog shote in the field I said to Good wif blumfield what do this hog in the field she said they put him in to eat up our shack and afterward I saw goodman blumfields hogs in John Mores corne I saw those bars down twise
The deposision of Caleb Leveredg is that I turned a sow out of my corne & told good man blumfield & he said he thought her back was broke & therefore he put her into field but that was the first time that he knew she was in my corne but he would yoke her.
The sentanc of the court is they fine for the plaintiv the defendant must pay to the plaintiv 7 busheles of indian corn and the charges of the court and further that Caleb leveredg roberd James and daniell estall shall pay each of them four busheles of indian corne to John more for their defectes in ther fences likwayes John reeder richard owine John more each of them 2 busheles of indiane to bee payd to John mor
The deposision of Robart Jams is that I se goodman Blumfields hogs in Caleb Leveriches corne & I saw them goe in at the bars before goodman blumfields dore & I se goodman Blumfield & his wif stand at the dore & the swine going by & they did not turne them out & further saith not
Caleb Leverch plantive enters an action against william Blumfield defendant an action of trespas to the valu of thirtie bushels of indian Corne
The deposision of frances kitfield is that I went with caleb leverich and william blomfields hogs was in calebs corne & caleb put them out & went and gave him warning of his hogs & good man blomfield said he wold not put them out of the field

Newtown Court Records: 54.
23 Oct 1665. William Bloomfield's appeal re trespass with hogs.

octobr. the 23th Anno Do 1665
There is a reve entred in the actions depending betwene willam Blomfield & ffrances kidfield & John more who saith he hath more evedence to bring in: where as the eforesaid blomfield was cast the last Court in both actions; now he hath libertie upon his revew to bringe in his evedence
Daniell whithead being implyed by william blumfield an atorney acknowledgeth himself satisfied with the former Judgment being don. by reson of an agrement made & acknowledged by william blomfield & not performed further the court finding no further evedence apperes but the man proving troublesom the court fines him five shillings to the use of the towne

Newtown Court Records: 114–115.
2 Mar 1679/80. Joseph Sackett (1656–1719, w7) & Daniel Bloomfield witnesses in dispute re fence.

March the 2th 1679/80 a court held by the Couns' and over seeres Gershom More Counstable

In a defrenc betwne Edward stevenson & phillip Kitcham …
John napper testifyeth apon oath unto the bove sd deposition: & further saith that In the Evening I went a Gayne with Joseph sacut daniell blomfel Good man Kitcham: & then the fenc was mened with Green bowes but the Rayles was as thay was a fore & Joseph sacut pushed the uper Rale and prest it Downe apon the other Rale with one hand: soe when the Rayle was squesed down the sd deponent Mesured the fence and found it not sufit....when the Rayle was prest downe & further saith not
danell blomfeld sworne saith that Concerning the fore mention depositions saith that he doth not Judg the fence to be suffitient nither for hith nor strength whare wee sopose the Cattell went in & our the uper rale very weeke & the Courne being sowed very nigh & further sait. not

Newtown Court Records: 203–214.
Midlbourg 2 & 3 Feb 1668/9. John Lareson v Samuel Bloomfield for pound breach. Thomas Davis v Daniel Samuel Bloomfield. Thomas Robinson v Daniel Samuel Bloomfield. Elias Doughty v Daniel Bloomfield. Refs. in testimony to Samuel & Daniel being brothers. Also ref. to Daniel aged 30 years. Samuel Bloomfield fined five shillings for disorder in Court. Daniel Bloomfield acknowledges fault.

Midlbourg febry 2d & 3d 1668/9
[9 actions omitted]
10 John Lareson jr Enters an action of ye case against Samewell Blomfild defent for pound breach
11 Thomas Davis enters An action against daniel samuell Blomsfield deffent
12 Thomas Robinson plaintif Enters an action of ye Case against Daniel Samuell Blomfield deffendt
13 Elias Doughty plaintif Enters an Action of debt against Daniel Blomfield deffendent.

Richard owen testyfieth that Daniell Blomfield tould him his Brother samuell had taken his calves out of the pound & further he sayth that samuell Blomfield told him the same
The Testimony of Caleb Leveridg aged 31. Testifieth yt Being at ye Pounde with Samewell Bllomfilde Thomas Davise and Thomas Robinson when thos said Men had pounded ye Cattl of Samewell Blomfield ye said Sam: Blomfield tendered to pay ye dammages yt ye the Calfes had done & thay towlde him if he woulde pay poundege and ye damag he might have ym and goe to Richard Owen for ym upon this did I goe my way
He ye said Caleb Leveredg doe further Testifie yt at night coming hoam with Richard Owen & danill Blomfield ye said Owen asked Dannel Blomfilde how ye Calfe cam oute. ye said Blomfilde Replied yt his Brother Samewell tooke ym out of ye pounde, but I saw ye Greate cattle still in ye pounde
The Testimony of Dannel Bloofield aged 30 years Testifeth yt I heard all ye above written discourse betwixt my Brother but Thomas Davies & Thomas Robinson, only I did not hear them tell him he must goe to Richard Owen for his calfes
The Testimony of Jon Reder aged 24 Testif yt he saw Ralph Hunte set open ye Great Gate by his Mothers lott and did leave it open untill he went doune to Jon Smith or that way and I Josiph Reeder aged about 22 year doe Testifie yt I did see Cattle in my mothers lott Close by about ye same time to ye best of my remembran & this was aboute friday last to ye best of my remembrenc Anno 1668 January 29th I do Testifi yt thos cattl was not Samwell nor danel Blomfieldes

Thomas Davis testyfieth that samuell Blomfield tould him that he tooke his calves out of the pound. David Thomas & Isaack Greay testyfieth the same
John Kotcham John Burrowghs & John Lawresson testyfieth that they being desyered by Thomas Robiss to take a veiwe what damage he had in his corne wch he attributed to samuell Blomfields Cattle/& likewise what damage Thomas davis had the same time
Thomas Robisson doth testyfieth that those Cattle which Thomas Davis pounded of samuell Blomfields was upon Thomas Davis his Rye wch is in his lott
Samuell Blomfield finde is five shill's for disorder in the Court

Daniell Blomfield hath made an acknowledgment for ye fault he Comitted last Court & It is the Courts pleasure to remitt It

Newtown Court Records: 218–219
[6 Apr 1669]. John Holden v Samuel Bloomfield for calling him "sonn of a whore". Holden v Daniel Bloomfield. Daniel Bloomfield fined eighteen shillings & two pence. Holden v Samuel Bloomfield. Samuel Bloomfield acknowledges fault. Testimony that John Holden was employed by Daniel Bloomfield.

[6 Apr 1669]
an accon ith Case or John Holden enters a complaynt agst Samuell Blomfield for Calling him sonn of a whore & allsoe giving him reproachfull speeches as he is Clarke of the Court
John Holden plt enters an accon of the Case against Daniell Blomfield defdt

Mr Houlden plaintif Daniel Bloomefield deffend: its ye Judgent of ye Court yt Daniell Bloomfield pay to ye plaintif Jon Houlden Eighteen shillings & twoepenc with ye Costs of Courte
Jon Houlden plaintiff Samuell Blomfield Defendent whereas I Sanwell Blomfielde stand Reproched by passeornate words vilerfiing ye saide Jon Houlding I doe heer accknouledg my fault & yt I doe not know any such thing by ye said Houlding
The courte doe also condemne ye saide samwell Bloomefild to pay ye Costs of this present Courte & to have his acknowledgment entered

George Wood testyfieth that John Holden was Imployed by Daniell Blomfield in his bussiness wth Mr Elias Doughty
Jo: Lawresson & Thomas Robisson testyfieth the same & further that they heard Dan Blomfield say that he did enterd to procure mr Holden for his attorney & they see holden act in Blomfields Bussiness

Newtown Court Records: 285
4 Jul 1688. Joseph Sackett (w7) witness in case between John Woollston Craft & Mr Wandall.

A court held July the 4th 1688 by the Comitioners of Newtowne

Joseph sacket sworne In a defirance be tweene John Woollston Craft: & mr Wandall: saith that he heard mr Woollston Crafts say att the house of Jerimiah bourroughs that he had Willed his buf Coate scarfe & belt to mr Wandall & att another time after he heard John Woollston Craft say that he had Given his buf Coate scarfe & belt unto mr Wandall: and saith he: mr Wandall hath them: & further saith not

Newtown Town Records, Part 1

Newtown Town Records: 1:121
10 May 1682. Sale of land. Hendrick Barnsmith to Joseph Sackett (w7).

Know all men by these presents that I Thomas Wandall of mashpeth Kell in newtowne on long iland in York shiere do by these presents bargan and sell unto Henery barnsmith of mashpeth Kell a percell of medo land about eight ackers bounded by the south sid of the Kell and the westward by Smiths Island ------ woods ------ easterly and I have sould unto the said Henery Barnesmith a parcell of upland that lyeth on the south sid of the said medo as much as any of the planters of newtowne have this foresaid of upland and medo I Thomas Wandall have sould unto the Henery: Barnsmith afforesaid to have and to hold as his proper inheritance to him his heires execotors and assines forever and do bind myself my heires exectors and assines to maintaine the same from any that shall lay any claime thereto in witnesse hereunto I have sett to my hand and seale this fourtenth day of October in the yere of our Lord one thousand six hundred seventy one signed sealed and delivered in the presence of us
John Burroughes
Edward Stevenson
[Signed] Thomas Wandall
recorded by me John Burroughes this 16th day of October anno 1671

May the 10th 1682 this presents testifyeth that I Hendrick barnsmith of newtown doe asing & make over unto Joseph Sawcut of newt his eayers or asings for ever: I say from me my eayres or asings this bove sd bill of sale as witness my hand the day & yere above ment
wittnes
Theophilas Phillips
Jonathan Hazerd
whare as ther was a mistak in the bounding of the medo by order of Mr Wandall & Hendrick Barnsmith
rectify
The.lis Phillips Clark

Newtown Town Records: 1:127
2 May 1674. 1. Land from Daniel Bloomfield laid out for Joseph Sackett (w7). 2. Joseph Sackett (w7) mentioned as neighbouring landowner.

Laid out by us R: Hunt & Jo: Burroughes for Joseph Sacket which Danell Blomfield gave him of his right 12 ackers liing in the east sid of Sameuel Mores land there being a highway betwene them going to traines medo by the way six rod broad northwest his land is 40 rods and northeast 48 rods long
may the 2: 1674

Sameuell Wood hath ten ackers the towne gave him at the northeast end of Joseph sackets land 40 rod square northeast 40 rods long from the end of Jo: Sackets land and 40 rod north west as Joseph sackets land lieth

Newtown Town Records, Part 2

Newtown Town Records: 2:7
4 Oct 1697. Joseph Sackett (w7) chosen to appoint attorney to defend town's cause. 14 Dec 1697. Lt. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected supervisor.

october the 4 – 1697 At a purchers metien voted that Joseph Sackit & Thomas beats Shall goe to yoarke & Inploy an aturne.. or two and to carie ouer patien and other papers which may be Conve....for to defend ouer Caues which doth Depend betwen us and flat Bush
Desembr the 14 – 1697 At a publik town metien voted that Lt. Jose.. Sackit Chosen superviser to go to Jamaica to meet the nai...ing towns to ordiat the Countey Charges and to Chues a tresue... acording to an Act of assembley

Newtown Town Records: 2:10
18 Jan 1694/95. Sale of land, Daniel Bloomfield to Joseph Sackett (w7).

This Indenter made the Eighten day of Jenewari in the sixth yeare of the Raien of our sovern Lord and Ladey Willam and Marey by the grace of god King and quene of England scotland franc and Eyerland Defender of the faith &c and In the yeare of our Lord one thousand six hunred nintey 4/5 Betwen Daniel Blumfeld of newtown in Quens Countey of the one part and Joseph Sacket of the town and Countey afoer sd on the other part witneseth thet the sd Daniel Blumfield for an in Consedration of a sertin valibell some to him in ha.. paid at or befoer the Ensealing and Deliverie heare of by the sd Joseph sackit hath given granted Bargined sould Enfofd Relesed and Confearmed and by thease doth give grat bargin sell .nfoefed Relesed and Confearmed and by those prsds doth heare by .ive grant Bargin sell Enfefe Relese and Confearm unto the sd Joseph Sackit his hayers and asines for Ever asertine par .el of Land setuatid Leying and being in the towndship of New .own Above sd being by Estemation ten akers bee it moer or .es being the one haluef of a certin parsel of Land layd out .. town servayers unto the sd Daniel Blumfield on ye south west sid the high way that Leadeth from the sd newtown to Jamaca being bounded on the north west by the Land of said Daniel Blumfield on the north East by the sd high way on the south East by the Comand Land or Land not yeat Laid out and allso for the Consederation above sd ye sd Daniell Blumfield hath given granted sould made over and by theas presents Doth heare by give grant bargin sell Enfoef Releese & Confearme unto the sd Joseph Sacket his hayers and asines for Ever All that a sertin pees or parsell of Land Lying and being in the towndship above sd being by Estemation Eaight akers be it moer or Les bounded Eastwardly & northerdley by the Land of saml Moer southwardley & westwardley by the Land of Thomas Beats and allso northardley by a high way as the sd premeses are at the making sealing & Deleverie heare of Laid out marked as allso a ten shiling pusshes wright in the undevided Land or Land not yeat Laid out belongin to the sd Daniel Blumfield after the date heare of in the towndshipe of newtown afoer sd together with all & singlyer ye heriditments & Appurtenances & Everie part & persel theier of unto the sd Joseph sacket To have and to hould the sd persells of Lands and wright with the apurtenances and Everie part and parsel theier of unto the sole and proper use of him the sd Joseph Sacket his hayers and asines for Ever as theier owne proper right of an estate of Inharitenc and the sd Daniel Blumfield doth for him seluef his hayers Exsecuters admonastrators promis Coven ant and grand two and with ye sd Joseph Sackit his hayers and asins
That he the sd Daniel Blumfield now at the Enseali.. heare of standeth and is soley and ley and wrightful seased & untell... the sd premesies heare by to be granted bargined and sould shall be sofishe ...ley pased unto and rest in the sd Joseph Sackit his hayers and asinesfor Ev.. hall remaien seased of all the sd premesies of a good Absolate and perfi. Estate in ffe simpell to him his hayers and asines for Ever and furth.. that the sd premesis now are and for Ever heare after shall bee & Remai.. unto the sd Joseph Sackit his hayers and asines freeley and Clerley aquited Relesed and discharged of and from All manor of other and former Bargins Seales alniations or aney other Charges or in Comberances wha. soever and Lastley that the sd Daniel Blumfeld and his hayers the heare in befoer mentioned and bargined premesis with the sd apurten..... unto the sd Joseph sacket his hayers and asines shall and will warant and for ever defend In witnes wheare of the sd Daniel Blumfield hath heare unto seat his hand and seale the day and yeare above writen it is to be understod that the above sd ten shilins purshes Right is the one haluef of the wright belongin to the sd Daniel Blumfield in the undevided Lands at the date heare of Daniel Blumfield sined and delevered in sight of
Daniel phelips
Caleb Leverich
Apered befoer me Thomas stevenson on of theier Magist... Justes of peace for quens Countie
Daniel Blumfield and Dead acknow..... this above ded of seale to be his fee act
and Ded Thomas Stevenson
Recorded by me Jeremiah Burroughs Clarke

Newtown Town Records: 2:14
14 Dec 1694. Sale of land. Daniel Whitehead to (Capt.) Joseph Sackett. (Daniel Whitehead = father or brother of Mercy Whitehead, 3rd w. of Joseph Sackett (w7)).

To All Christin peopel to whome this presents shall.. Come Daniell Whithad sendeth gretien Know yee that I the above sd Daniell Whithead for and in Consedrat... of a valibell some to me in hand paid by Joseph Sackit of Newtown in Quens Countey in the Eyland of Nasa the Resipt wheare of I doe heare of owne and Acknowlidge to be theier with fulley satisfied and paid have given granted Covenanted Alanatid made over and sould and by thease presents doe acknowlidg to have from me my hayers Exsecuters and asines given granted bargin.. and sould unto the above sd Joseph Sackit his hayers Exscuters and asines all my Right titel sertin parsels of frish Madoas setuatid Leyings and being in the bounds of newtown above sd belongin to me the said Daniel Whithead by vartie of money paid by my father Daniel Whithead Deseased for a wright of mada in the frish Madas in the bounds of newtown afoersd as may further apeere by a wrighten given by franses Doughtie Him and about the sd premises I say that I the sd Danniel Whithead of Jamaca in the Eyland of Nasaw and Countey above sd Have sould all the wrights of the frish Madas to the bove sd Joseph Sacket his hayers Exsecuters and asines the same To have and to hould ockepie poses and to inioye for Ever and the same to be and Remaien to the ondley proper use and behouef of him the A bove sd Joseph Sacket his hayers and asines for Ever free from aney Intrust propertie or Claiem or Demaiend from me the sd Daniell Whithead my hayers Exsecuters & asines for Ever In consederation wheare of I the above sd daniel Whithead doe seat to my hand and seale this fortenth day of Desember In the fieft yeare of the Raign of thier Magatie William & Marye & in the yeare of ouer Lord Christ one thousand six hundred nintey fouer
Sined Sealed and delevered in presents of
John Harison
Samuell Rascue
Daniel Whithad (s)
Recorded by me
Jeremiah Burroughs Clark

Newtown Town Records: 2:22
18 Jun 1695. Indenture. Sale of land. Moses Pettet to Richard Betts. (Richard Betts = father of Elizabeth Betts who m. Joseph Sackett (w7)).

[Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:31
1695. Indenture. Sale of land. Benjamin Cornish to Jeremiah Burroughs. Joseph Sackett (w7) mentioned as neighbouring landowner.

[Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:32
16 Dec 1695. Sale of land. Richard Alsop & Luke Depaw to Philip Foulcard. (Richard Alsop = father of Hannah Alsop who m. (Judge) Joseph Sackett (1680-1755, w23).

[Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:33
6 Feb 1695/96. Sale of land. Josias Firman to Joseph Sackett (w7).

Tis indenture made this sixt day of February in Sevnth yeare of the reign of ... Sovereign Lord William by the Grace of God King of england, Scotland & France & Irla.. Defender of the faith & in the year of our Lord God one thousand six hundred nint. & five six betwene Josias firman jun of newtoune in Queens County on Long island alia. nasaw in the Privince of new york in americo yeoman of the one part & Joseph Sackett of the Town County & province afore sd yeoman on the other part wittnesseth that the sd Josias Firman for ain considertaion of a valuable som of mony to him the sd in hand paid at or before the Incealing & Deleveing hereof hath bargained sold enfofed and Confirmed & by these Presents doth these bargain sell enffofee & Confirm unto ye sd Joseph Sacket both thse Certain Draugh Lots which of right do properly lying within ye bounds of newtowne on ye south side there of in Length breadth & bounded as ye neighbours Lots do to me blonging ye one of which by properly to me belong the othe which I had of my father firman as by deed of gift from him to my seef my heyres & sianes ... appear the bargained Premisces I ye sd Josias firman from me my heyrs Excutors Administratou.. or Asignes do fully freely and absolutely by these prsents bargain sell enfeefee confirm make .... and deliver to ye sd Joseph Sacket to ye only & proper use & behofe of him to him to have ... to hold the sam to him his heyres Excutors Adminitratrors & Asignes for ever without any manner of clame by any person or persons shall and will warrant and for ever by these prsents defend The which I the said Josias firman junier have of my owne accord put in further testimony by setting too my hand and seal the day month and year above writen Scituation of ye Premesis enterlineing before ye Signing Sealing & dlvering hereof
the marke of Josias firman junr (s)
Signed Sealed & Delevering in the presence of us
Jermiah Burroughes
Ezekial Lewis
John Roberts his marke

Newton Town Records: 2:38
1696. Sale of land. Jeremiah Reeder to Hendrick Lot. Joseph Sackett (w7) mentioned as neighbouring landowner.

[Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:66
[1696?]. Land laid out for Joseph Sackett (w7).

The North side of the Medow–
1 Laide out for samuell More In the Nort East Corner 9 acers or ther about Runing: forty Rods East & West thirty Six East and West north and south
2 Laid out att ye Rare of Samuell Mores Medow to the Middell stakes for Joseph Sawcut fower acers and a halfe apon mr barkers accont More for Joseph Sawcut to the westward of Samuell Mores Medow five acers ¼ apon mr barkers acount Runing 22 Rods ½ In bredth ther is three acer of this 9 acers & 3qs doth belong to John reade whis is Recorded above to him

Newtown Town Records: 2:68
25 Sep 1696. Exchange of land. Edward Hunt & Joseph Sackett (w7).

Septembr the 25–1696 wee Edward Hunt and Joseph Sackit both belongin to newtown in quens Countey in ye provence of new yorke have absolutely made an exchang of lands and mada that the said Edward hunt is to have the haluef of that twelve aker lot which was formerly theofils phelips as it is now fenced and the haluef of a druaft lot which was theofilis phelips to and the Said Joseph Sacket in lue of it is to have the land and madas frunting on Calab Leverich ..land and so ranging to the mediel dich as it is now incloesed and for the true preferment of the exchang above mentioned wee bind ouer Selves ouer hayers and assines as witnes ouer hands and Seals Edward hunt (s)
Joseph Sackett (s)
witnes
Martha (mark) Burroughs
Jeremiah Burroughs
Clarke

Newtown Town Records: 2:69
March 1677/8 & 10 Jan 1695. Land laid out for Joseph Sackett (w7).

March 1677/8
Up land Laid out for Joseph Sawcut of Da ... Blomfelds Land the vallue of Eight acors Runing forty Rods long & 32 Rods broad bounded by Smit. Medow:& the Land of Captayn beets on the one ... and Samuell mores land on the other side

Jenewari th 10–1695 Land Laid out for Joseph Sackit by Edward Hunt and Jeremiah Burroughs fiften akers or theier about on the west sid of the Kill so. th parth beginning at asertin whit oake tree by a letell mada runing northard of the west 60 rods and 40 rods East ward from the whit oake tree Joyning to garshom moers Land At the same time Laid out a draft Lot for Joseph Sackit 60 rods Long and 15 rods wide fruntin on the East Sid of Richard Scuders draft Lote Another d... Lot Laid out on the East sid of this Lot above for Joseph Sackit which was Joseph Burroughs Lot the same Lenth and breth as the Lot above: Moer made la.. out in traiens mada from Daniel Whithade to Joseph Sackit fouer akers and the 6 part of a nake. or theier about bounded southerd Ley by Joseph Sack.. oune Mada and westard Ley by that mada which ... Thomas wandal s 50 rods Long and 14 ¾ broad ... Lenth runes from the upland to mr wandals M ... March the 30–1688 Land Laid out for Joseph S... which doth apeere in Samuell Scuders mem. randam booke twentie six akers or theier a bou. rods 31 and a haluef broad Lenth 140 rods a long lie Edwar. Hunts Land on the west sid of the Kill south parth and the other sid 134 rods from the parth to hendrick smi... Land

Newtown Town Records: 2:78
Date?. Land laid out for Joseph Sackett (w7) & for Daniel Bloomfield.

13 Joseph sawcut twelve acors or ther a bouts More for him in tranes medow three acors or therabouts Joyning to Content titus Medow ner the long pint 48 Long twelve Rods wide & one theother side by Caleb Leveridg
14 dannell blomfeeld five & or ther a bouts Runing as the other doth

Newtown Town Records: 2:81
14 Jan 1694/95. Exchange of land. Joseph Sackett (w7) mentioned as neighbouring landowner.

[Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:83
1678 & 18 Mar 1695/96. Land laid out. Joseph Sackett (w7) & Daniel Bloomfield mentioned as neighbouring landowners.

[Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:85
17 Jan 1694/95. Exchange of land. Joseph Sackett (w7) & Edward Stevenson.

Know all men by thes prsants that we Joseph Sackett and Edward Stevenson Inhabetants of newtowne In Queens County have Exchange. With Eatch other a Certaine peece or parsell of medow Lying in tr... Medow in ye towneshipe above said & The sd Joseph Sackett peec. Lot Lying on ye north sid of ye sd medow being a lot formerly Lai. ... to Robart Colwell decesed being one acor & a halfe or ther ab... as it was Laid out & is Recorded in ye towne booke with all ye privile ... and Appurtinances ther unto belonging and ye sd Edward Stevenso. peece or Lot being two acors or ther abouts as it is now Laid o.. on the south sid of ye sd medow & upon Record in ye yowne and booke w... all ye privileadges & appurtinances ther unto belonging and f.. we ye sd Joseph Sackett and Edward Stevenson Doe Confirme the ... above sd Exchange for use our hayres Executors Administrat... and asignes to have and to hold for Ever as witness our han. and Seales this 17th day of January 1694/5
Joseop Sacket (s)
Edward Stevenson (s)
Signed Sealled in ye Sight of us
John Stephen
Edward hunt

Newtown Town Records: 2:88
7 Feb 1722/23. (Judge) Joseph Sackett (1680-1755, w23) referred to as Justice of the Peace.

Queens County Newtown feby ye 7th 1722–3 then appeared before me Joseph Sackett one of his Matys Justices of ye Peace of Queens County

..igned John Hunt of ye Same Place and being duly Sworn upon ye holy Evan- ..list doth Testifies and declare as follows: that he the said John .unt and William Glean deceased was as Chain bearers with Peter .urtelyau Surveyor at ye surveying of a Piece or Tract of Land for ye Town .f Newtown: according to ye above Contents, & the Draught on the other .ide; lying Eastwardly of the Road that goes from Newtown to Jamaica .etween that Road and the Salt meadows: Joyning upon ye Land .hat is now in ye Possession of Danl Stevenson Southly: easterly: near ... Salt meadows: Northerly upon ye Lands that is now in ye Possession of Jonathan Fish and John Pettit; Westerly partly upon ye high way, and .artly upon John Roberts Land, with allowance of high way to ye Meadows ..ing Easterly thereof, and that after this Survey: The above Contents with ..e Draught on ye other Side was presented to a Publick Town .eting approved and ordered yt ye same Survey Should be recorded
Joseph Sackett
John Hunt
.ecorded Jonathan ffish
T. Clerk

Newtown Town records: 2:95
22/25 Feb 1745. Sale of land. Content Titus to Joseph Sackett (w7).

Be it Known to all men by these presents that I Content Titus of Newtown in Queens County on ... Nassaw Island in ye province of new york yeoman do fo. my Self my heirs Executors & Administrators Assign & Set over unto Joseph Sackett of ye above Said place to him his heirs Executors Administrators & assignes a.. my Right, title, property, possession Claim & Deman. what soever to ye within Deed of Conveyance with ye Land & premisses therein mentioned To have a.. to hold unto ye said Joseph Sackett his heirs & assig ... to his & their proper use Behoof & benefitt for Ev.. & I Do promise & Engage for my Self my heirs Ex... & Admrs to warrant & Defend ye within mention.. Land & premisses to ye said Joseph Sackett his hei.. & Assigns against any person or persons what soever that Shall or may Lay any Just Claim thereunto, in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & se.. ye twenty second day of february in ye third year of ... Reign of our Sovereign Lady Ann by ye Grace of Go. over England & ca Queen & in ye year of our Lord Christ one thousand Seven hundred & four five.–
Sealed & Delivered
in Sight & presence of
Content Titus (s)
Caleb (mark) Leverich
Peter Berrien
Recorded ye 25th feb: 1704/5
Peter Berrien C...
Note ye assignment of wch this is ye record, is written .. ye back Side of a Certain Bill of Sale or Conveyan.. which said Conveyance is Recorded in this Book pages 413, 414 & 415 Wittness Peter Berrien C...

Newtown Town Records: 2:121–122
15 Sep 1697. Sale of land. Jeremiah Burroughs to Joseph Sackett (w7).

This indenter made this fifteenth day of September & in the ninth yeare of the Raien of ouer Sovern willam the third by the grace of god King of Eng. and Scotland france & Eyerland defender of the faith &c. and in the yeare of ouer Lord one thousand Six hundred nin.. and seven between Jeremiah Burroughs of newtown in ye Countey in the provenc of New yoark in Amarica of t.. one part & Joseph Sackit of the same town Countey & pro... of the other part witneseth that the said Jeremiah Burro... for A valibell some of Lands & moneys to him in hand Res... of the sd Joseph Sackit at or before the Ensealing heare of the Resipt wheare with he doth acknowlidg and him seluef thei.. with to be fulley satisfied and paid theier of and theier ... and from Everi part and parsiel theier of doth heare by Acquit Exhonarat and discharg the sd Joseph Sacki his hayers Exsecuters admonastrators and assines for Ever by thes presen.. hath given granted Bargined & Sold Enfofft Relese and Confarm.. and by these presents hath given granted bargined sould Enfofed relese a... Confd unto Joseph Sackit his hayers and assines for Ever all that a s.. tin peses or parsiels of lands setuatid & Leying with in the townd ship of newtown a foer sd which was formerley Beniamen Cornis. hom Lo. being by Estimation Six akers bounded on the East by Content Titeses Land on the north & west by Caleb Leveriches Land a.. on the South by the high way and allso another pees of Land be... by Estemation Seven akers bounded Eastward by a high way tha. runes between the Land of Calab Leverich Land and the Land north ward Ley and westward Ley by the Land of Content Titus a.. Southardley by the Land of Joseph Sackit and Samuell moe.. Land and Allso another pees of Land on the South Side of the to.. by Estemation Seven akers and a haluef or theier about as i. is laid out by the town Survaiers and markt bounded on the north and east by Jeneper Swomp and Joseph Sackits Land And on the south & west by the high way & further the bove sd Jeremiah Burroughs hath for him seluef his hayers Exsecuters Admonastrators hath sould all yt .. above mentioned Lands with the housing barnes orchard trees fencing woods under wood unto the bove sd Joseph Sackit his hayers Exsecuters Admonastrators or assines to have and to hold as theier proper wright of inheritenc for Ever with the previlidge and Appurtenances that doth belong to the bove mentioned parcels of Land and further the bove sd Jeremiah Burroughs his hayers Exsecuters Admonastrators doth promies Covenant bargin to & with ye bove sd Joseph Sackit his hayers & assines that they will warant and for Ever defend the premesies above mentioned and for the true proforment of the same I have heare unto Seat my hand and Seale the day and date first above writen six words Enter lined before sining which is in the thirten line of the Bill of Sale
Jeremiah Burroughs (s)
Sined Sealed and delivered in Sight of
Jonathan Coe
Ephraim Mores
William osborn
I Samuell Moer Justies of the pas doe sertifie that Jeremiah Burroughs Related to this deed ded Acknowlidg the same before me this fortenth day of desember Annoco–1697
Samuell Moore
Recorded by me
Jeremiah Burroughs
Clarke

Newtown Town Records: 2:124
11 Feb 1691/92. Joseph Sackett (w7) appointed land surveyor.

ffebewery 11th 1691/2 att A towne meting
It is voted that Thomas Stevenson & Jonathan hazard Joseph Sacket & Edward Stevenson are Chozen and apoynted Survaires to Layout Land

Newtown Town Records: 2:141
13 Sep 1679. Grant of land to Joseph Sackett (w7).

the Justis being present Att a towne Meting the 13th of September 1679 …
It is also voated that Joseph Sackett shall have a pint of Land that lyes ner traynes Medow Liying on the north side of the path; that Goes to mr halle... nominate 12 acors More or les

Newtown Town Records: 2:143

13 Mar 1677. Sale of land. John Smith to Joseph Sackett (w7). 30 Apr 1678. Sale of land. Thomas Barker to Joseph Sackett (w7).

Bee it Knowne unto men by these prsents ... John Smith of Newtowne on Long Island in th. west Riding of new york sheere have bargined. sould unto Joseph Saket Living In the same to... my Rite and titell in the fresh medows whic. fell to mee by Lott in the Lower End of Smith . Medow on the North side: which Medow bei.. a bout three acors more or Les I the sd John s.... have sould unto the sd Joseph Saket to hime to have and to hould his Eares Exitors admini.... & assings for Ever in witnes heare unto I hav. set to my hand and seale this 13th of March in the yere of our Lord 1677
John Smith (s)
Sined and sealed In the prsents of us
Mark of John: naper
John Coe

Know all by thes prsents writing that I Thomas ..... of newtown on Long Island in amarica doe by .... ....... heare of asing & Make over unto Joseph saket .. ... same towne all my Right and titell of th. .... Mentioned bill of sale to hould for Ever ..... one proper or his Eares Exitor adminitr'or ..... in witnes whare unto I have set my han. hand in the of our Lord 1678 Aprill the 30th
Thomas barker
witnes
Content titus
Jeremiah bourroughs
Recorded by mee Theophilus phillips
Clark

Newtown Town Records: 2:145
30 Apr 1678. Sale of land. Thomas Barker to Joseph Sackett (w7). 3 May 1678. Sale of land. Abram Frost to Joseph Sackett (w7).

Know all by thes prsents writing yt I Thomas barker of newtown on Long Island in amarica d. by vertue hear of assing and make over unto Joseph saket of the same towne all my Right of this befor mentioned bill of sale as to hou.. ... Ever as his owne or his Eares Exitors administr.... or assings In witnes whare unto I have set to .. hand in the yeare of our Lord 1678 aprill the 30.. Thomas Barker
witnesed by us
Content titus
Jeremiah bourroughs
[This appears to be the same transaction as that on page 143]

Thes prsents witnes that I abram frost have sou.. from him selfe and his unto Joseph Sack.. all my Rite titell & Intrest of the fresh Medowes that Lyeth In smith Medow or ....... Medow to him & his Eares Exitors or assin.. fully & pecabelly to In for ever from mee . Mine witnes my hand this 3th of May 1678
Abraham ff... (s)
witnes
John hart .
Thomas barker

Newtown Town Records: 2:147
30 Apr 1678. Sale of land. Thomas Barker to Joseph Sackett (w7).

Know all by this prsent writing that I Thom.. barker of newtown on Long Island in ama.... doe by vertue heare of assing and Make over u... Joseph sacket of the same towne all my R.... & titell of this fore mentioned bill of sale as to hould for Ever as his owne or his Ear .. Exitors & asinge In witnes whare of unto I .... set to my hand in the yere of our lord 1678 Aprill the 30th
witnesed by
Content titus
Jeremiah bourroughs
[This appears to be the same transaction as that on pages 143 & 145. The record is repeated in almost the same words on pages 150, 151, 156]

Newtown Town records: 2:150
30 Apr 1678. Sale of land. Thomas Barker to Joseph Sackett (w7). [Copy of document held but not transcribed here. See 2:143, 145 & 147.] 14 Sep 1679. Sale of land. Joseph Sackett (w7) to John Reede.

.now all men by thes prsents that I Joseph sacut of newtowne on Long Island in the west Riding of yorksheere In amarica doe asing & make over unto .ohn Reede of the same towne all my Rite titell & Interest of this within bill of sale: to him .he sd John reede his Eares Exitors or asings .rom mee my Eares or asings for Ever as witnes my hand this 14th of september 1679
Joseph sacutt
. amuell More
Theophilus phillips

Newtown Town Records: 2:151
30 Apr 1678. Sale of land. Thomas Barker to Joseph Sackett (w7). __ Sep 1679. Sale of land. Joseph Sackett (w7) to John Reede.

[Copies of documents held but not transcribed here. See 2:143, 145 & 147.]
[These appear to be the same transactions as those on page 150. The words are almost the same.]

Newtown Town records: 2:155
28 Oct 1679. Land laid out for Joseph Sackett (w7).

october the 28th 1679
Land Laided out for Joseph Sacutt six or se.tenen acors Lying nere tranes Medow bound o. the north by the hy way that Goes by the s... of tranes Medow on the south by the way tha. Goes to hell Gate neck north east thirty Rod. South west thirty Rods Eighty Rods Long: by us
Jonathan hazard & Theophilus phillips

Newtown Town Records: 2:156
30 Apr 1678. Sale of land. Thomas Barker to Joseph Sackett (w7). [Copy of document held but not transcribed here. See 2:143, 145 & 147.] 15 Sep 1679. Sale of land. Joseph Sackett (w7) to Samuel Moore.

Know all men by thes prsents that I Joseph Sacut of newtowne on Long Island In the west Riding of york sheer In amarica doe by vrtue heare of asing & make over unto Samuell More of the same towne: his Eares Exitors adm'tor or asings all my rite titell and Intrest of this within bill of sale I say from mee the sd Joseph my Eares or asings as his one proper Rites with halfe an acor of medow that is not Exsprest In this bill of sale as witnes my hand this 15th of september 1679
Joseph Sawcut
witnes
Theophilus phillips
John haytor

Newtown Town Records: 2:164
14 Sep 1679. Sale of land. John Reede to Samuel Moore. Joseph Sackett (w7) mentioned as previous owner and as neighbouring landowner.

[Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:194.
8 Mar 1698/99. Sale of land. Thomas Stevenson to Abram Ramsden. Joseph Sackett (w7) mentioned as neighbouring landowner.

[Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:209
16 May 1682. Sale of land. Thomas Wandall to Joseph Sackett (w7). 16 May 168_. Receipt for land. Hendrick Barnsmith to Joseph Sackett (w7).

May the 16th In the yere 1682
Bee it Knowne unto all men by this prsents that I Thomas wandall of newtowne on long Island In the west Riding of yorks heere In amarica: doe full. and: absoelutly to all in tents & porposes by these prsents sing sett & make over unto Joseph sawcut of the bove sd towne acertayne peec of Medow land to the vallue of Eight acors: with a thirty accor lott & privilidges ther unto belonging by way of purchis this land was formerly unto Hendrick barnsmith from the sd Tho: wandall which may apeere apon Records the Medow being bounded as followeth on the north sd by the Crick on the westward by smiths Island the woods to the Eastward: there being fifty accors laideof upland laide out all Redy Rundred & twenty Rods north Est & south west Runing along the salt Medow bareing in breadth sixty five Rods Know yee therfore that I the sd Thomas wandall a fore sd doe for mee my Eayres Exitors administrators & asing for Ever ma.. over as is above Mentioned with all Rits privilidge. & appurtanances ther unto belonging or here after May belong apon any attempt what soe Ever I sa. to the: Joseph sawcut for Ever his Eayres Exitors administrators or asigns with all timber or trees st...=ing or lying: with all & singular the purtanances: .. ther one proper Rite of In heritanc & doe warre.. and will mayntayne this my bill of sale to be Good against any that shall lay Clame unto the same: In true performanc I have here unto set my hand & seale the day & yeare above Ritten
Thomas wanda.. (s)
Hendrick Barnsmith
Elias doughty

Receaved by me hendrick barnsmith of newtow. of Joseph sawcut of the towne abov. as full satisfaction: for aparsell of land that ... formerly sould unto mee hendrick barnsmi.. by the sd wandall as may apeere by bill of sale I say Receaved by mee this 16th day of may 168. That is thus by bill of sale to the sd Joseph sa.... from Thomas wandall accord:to the date above sd
Hendrick barnsmi..
Thomas wandall:wittnes
Elias doughty

Newtown Town Records: 2:212
27 Jun 1682. Joseph Sackett (w7) voted fence viewer.

June the 27th 1682 att a towne Meating it is voated: that Nathan fish: & Josiah farman juner shall be fenc vewers for the south side of the towne
allsoe voated that Richard owin & Joseph sackit shall be fence vewers for the north side

Newtown Town Records: 2:213
30 Jun 1682. Exchange of land. Theophilus Phillips & Edward Hunt. Joseph Sackett (w7) mentioned as neighbouring landowner.

[Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:216
5 Dec [1682]. Joseph Sackett (w7) voted to see to town's business re bounds.

desember the 5th voated that there shall be two or more 4 or 5 men Chuesen to those that ware deputed be fore to see In to the towns the three five men nominated Joseph sacket Thomas stevenson Edward stevens n Jerimiah bourroughs samuell Scuder & that Jonathan hazard & Theophilus phillips shall shew thes men the bounds to the best of ther memory: to what Land they shall be Call unto by the bove sd men and that those men that ownes the land shall have notis Given them to be ther two shew ther bounds

Newtown Town Records: 2:223
10 Jan 1692/93. Joseph Sackett (w7) witness to boundary decision.

Janewery the 10th 1692/3
This Day agreed betwen us Jonathan Hazard and Edward Ste....... that the fence where it now stands at the Reare of the sa Jonathan Hazards two Lots is the true Line & bounds .. twen us as witness our hands the day & year above ritte.
Jonathan haz...
Edward hunt
Witness
Edward Stevenson
Joseph Sackett

Newtown Town Records: 2:240
[1699]. Cattle marks. Daniel Bloomfield & Joseph Sackett (w7).

Daniell blomfeild Mark for his Creturs is a Crop of the neare Eare

Joseph sakett Marke for his Creture a lach Marke on the under side of the neare Eare & a Crop on the Right Eare

Newtown Town Records: 2:241
4 Feb 1698/99. Sale of land. Daniel Bloomfield to Joseph Sackett (w7) (referred to as Joseph Sackett Senior). [See also 2:10, 252, 253.]

This Indenture made this fourth Day of february & in ye El..... yeare of ye Reigne of our Soveraigne Lord William ye third by ye grace of god..... England scotland france & Ireland King Defender of ye faith & In ye ye.. Lord god one thousand six hundred ninty Eight;betweene Daniel Blo...... yeoman of Newtowne In Queenes County on ye Island Naw Saw of ye ... .... & Joseph Sacket yeoman of ye towne County & Island a fore said of ye ..... part witnesseth that ye sid Daniel bloomfield for & In Consideration of a s...... valluable sum to him In hand paid by Joseph Sacket ^Senior on or before ye Ensealing & d.... ery hereof ye Receipt where of he Doth here by acknowledge & him selfe there w... to be fully contented & paid & there of & there from & of & from Every part & p...... there of Doth hereby acQuict Exonerate an discharge ye said Joseph Sacket ... heyres Executors administrators & asignes hath given granted bargaine. sold Enfeoffed Released & Confermed & by these presents Doth hereby give grant bargaine sel Enfeoffe Release & Conferme to ye sd Joseph Sacket ... heyres & asignes for Ever all ye Remainder part of a:20:acker Lot as it was Laid o.. by ye survaires marked & bounded be it more or Less he ye sid Joseph Sacket... haveing a Deede of Sale Dated In ye yeare one thousand six hundred ninty & four 5 & on ye Eleaventh of Jenuary scituate Lying & being In ye town. ship of Newtowne a bove said frunting at ye north East End to ye path that Leads from newtowne to Jamaco bounded on ye south side by ye Land of ye a bove sd Joseph Sackets bounded part at ye west south west End by ye Land of Jonathan Coes & on ye north west by Roburt fields Land together with all & singular Lands soyles woods under woods feed ings Rites profits previlages advantages hereditaments & appurt..... There unto belonging or In any wise appertaineing & all ye Rite tyt.. Interest possestion Property Claims & Demand what so Ever ....... ye a bove sd Danel bloomfield & his heyres or asignes made unto .. a bove sd premises to Joseph Sacket his Heyres & asignes to have & to .... ye a bove said Land and ye herredittaments & appurtenances & Every p... & Parcel There of unto ye sole & onely Proper use & behoofe .. ..... ye said Joseph Sacket to him his heyres & asignes for ever as the.. owne proper Rite:& a good absolute & perfect Estate in fee ..... & ye a bove sd Daniel Bloomfield Doth for him selfe his hey.... asignes promis Covenant & grant to & with ye sd Joseph Sacket his heyres Executors administrators & asignes shall Remain .... of ye a bove said prmises for Ever without any maner of Condi..... Rite tytle or Limitation of Use that may after Distroy Di......... or Evict ye same & at ye day of making here of & at all t.... here after freely & Clearly acquited Released of & from ..... other & former bargaines sales alienations morgages Joynt .... Dowries Judgments Executions Extents & all other charges & Incombrances what so Ever & further ye said Daniel bloo..... & his heyres & asignes ye herein before granted & mention.. prmises with ye appurtenances unto Joseph Sacket his heyr.. Executors administrators & asignes shall & will warrant for Ever by these Presents Defend from any manner of ..... or persons what so Ever In witness where of I ye said Dan... bloomfield hath here unto set My hand & seale the Day . Date first above written
Signed Sealed & Delivered
Daniel Bloomfield (s)
In sight & presents off
Caleb Leaverich (mark)
William Gleane (mark)
newtowne february ye 4th 1698/9
then appeared be fore me william hallet one of his maiesties Justice of ye piece for Queenes County Daniel bloomfield & Did acknoledge this a bove bill of sale to be his Real act & ....
William hallett
Recorded by me
William Gleane Clarke

Newtown Town Records: 2:252
[?1683/84]. Joseph Sackett (w7) permission to hang gate. 16 Nov 1684. Transfer of land. Joseph Sackett (w7) to his "unKell" Daniel Bloomfield.

It is voted that Joseph Saccet shall have Le berty to hang a gatte in the ferry path

.now all men by these prsent that I Joseph Sakett dwelling in new.owne on Long Island in the west riding of yorksheer in amarica .ave bargened & made over from mee my Eayres Exitors & asing .nto my unKell daniell blomfeild dwelling in the fore ment .owne six acers of Medow Lying in tranes Medow .eing halfe My Lott ment there:the medow lying next .e the medow of ye fore sd daniell Blomfeild on the .ester side of this medow:the medow which I have bargen .maide over to the sd daniell is nine Rods wide one hundr .ods long more or less:which medow I the sd Joseph Sakett doe make over to the sd daniel bloomfeild his Eayres Extos admtes and asings:for to have & In Joy for Ever:In wittnes here .nto I doe sett to me hand & seale the 16th day of november Joseph Sakett (s)
wittnes
Theophilus phillips
samuell More

Newtown Town Records: 2:253
28 Mar 1684. Sale of land. Daniel Bloomfield to Joseph Sackett (w7) ("my Cosen").

Bee it Knowne unto all men by thes prsents yt I Daniell bloomfield of newtowne on Long Island In queenes County of provence of new york In amaric. have doe & by thes prsents alinate sell & make over from m. my Eayres Exitrs admintors & asings unto my Cosen Joseph sakett of the bove sd towne his Eayres Exitrs admtors & asin.. for Ever a certayne peeces or parsells of Lands Lying again.. the front of my land the high way only betweene.being Laide out for seven acors & a halfe.with a peece of Medow Lying att the head of flushing Kill: being Compassed about with Crickes being about three acors and a halfe More or less Lying att the Esterly End of my Medow next to flushing Crick and alsoe I doe make over unto the sd Joseph sakett to have the halfe of my Rite & titell of my accomondation of Lands that is to be Layd out after the date heare of. with a.. other Rites that may or shall apeere In or Concern... this fore mentioned Commondation: which the sd Jo.... is to have the halfe the wich Lands & medowes Rite. priviledges afore mentioned. I the sd Daniell blo...... have bargined sould & made over unto the sd Joseph s.. ... I say from mee my Eayres Extors adtors & asings: to hi. Eayres Exitors admtors & asings for Ever as ther one p..... Right of In heritanc. in wittnes heare unto. I ha.. ... my hand and seale to sett this 8th And twnteth da of March In the yere 1684
Daniell Bloomf.... (s)
Sing sealed & delivered In the prsents of
Theopilus phillips
Daniell phillips

These are to Certify home it may Concerne th.. daniell Blomfeild doe accnowled my self to h.... to have Receaved full satisfaction for the abov. Ritten bill of sale as wittness my hand the day & y... above Ritten
Daniell Bloom....
wittnes
Theophilus phillips
Daniell phillips

Newtown Town Records: 2:256
4 Mar 1683. Sale of land. Garratt Leydeker to Thomas Barker. Joseph Sackett (w7) mentioned as neighbouring landowner.

[Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:260
1 Apr 1682. Will of Isabel Bloomfield.

Anno 1682 aprill the first Know all Cristian peopell or home this May Conce.. that whare as I Isbell blomfeild of newtowne in the west Riding of york sheere upon Long Island finding my selfe weeke In body but perfect in Memory & understanding but being unsertayne how God may deall with mee in Regard of my age & prsent weeknes:see Good & that apon Good Consid.. to Give unto my Loveing son daniell blomfield in Regard of his dutifull care he have had of mee in the time of my ould age: hoping that hee will Continue the same as Long as I live: Therfore I the fore sd Isbell blomfeild doe heare by frely Give unto my son daniell & vollentaryly deliver unto him by vertue heare of as my act & deede such things as heare are spacifyed first all the sheere of the housings & Lands: which was Left mee by my deceaced Husband william blomfeild with all other things that doe be long or apertayn unto my selfe: Exsept waring Cloaths: in wittnes I sett two my hand & seale & delever it as my acct & deed In the prsents of thes witnes
Isbell Blomfel. her Marke
attested by us
John Coe
Samuell Moore

Newtown Town Records: 2:276
Oct 1684. Sale of land. Jonathan Hazard to Joseph Sackett (w7).

Bee it knowne unto all men by these prsent that .Jonathan hazard of newtown on Long Island In queen County in the provenc of new yorke In amarica have alinated & sould & doe by these prsents alinate & sell & make over unto Joseph sackit of the same towne & County a certayne peece or parsell of Medow Groun. situated Lying & beeing at the south side of this Island att a place Commonly Called or Knowne by the name of seller neck being bounded by the Medow of Thomas Stevenson on the East & the Reders on the west that is to say the Medow that was formerly frances doughty: the Crick on the south & seller neck on the north being In quantity fower acors bounded as afore sd: Know Yee ther fore that the bove sd Jonathan hazard doe as is above mentioned sell & make over the bove peece or parsell of Medoe .say from mee my Hiers Exitors admitrs .asings for Ever unto the bove sd Joseph .ackit to the proper youes & be hoofe of him the sd Joseph His Hiers Exitors admt .asings for Ever: as his owne Just due & proper Rites: with all the Rites & priveld that heare after may arise or apertayn ther unto apon any accompt what soe Ever & doe warrent this my deede to be good & free from any former sales or morgagd .pon any accompt & doe Indagde my selfe to mayntayne the same from any parson that shall Lay Clame to it be my asent or Consent In true performanc of this .. deede I sett two my hand & seale this ..th of october 1684
Jonathan Hazard (s)
wittnes
Theophilus phillips
John Hayter

Newtown Town Records: 2:280
29 Mar 1684. Sale of land. Daniel Bloomfield to Joseph Sackett (w7) ("my Cosen").

This prsent writing witnesseth that I daniell blomfeild of newtown In queens County on Long Island In amarica doe accknowledg my selfe to Given and Granted unto my Cosen Joseph Sackett of the towne & County a fore saide In the yeare of our Lord 1674 fifteene acors of upland bounded on the nroth East side by Sam: woods Lott: on the south west side by the high way that Goes to traynes Medow: and allsoe I doe accknowledg to have Given & granted unto the sd Joseph sakett a ceartayne parsell of Medow being about two acors be it more or less lying att the head of flushing Kill: being bouned on the south East side by a crik that Runs from flushing Crick up to the upland: Robart feilds Meddow being on the other sid of the sd Crick on the south west side by the upland on the northerly side by a small Crick that Runs up twowards the bridg: I say that I the sd daniell blomfeilde doe for mee my Hiers Exitors admtors and asings: full and absolutly owne to have Given and Granted unto the sd Joseph Sakett to him his Heirs Extors admtor & asings the bove Mentioned Land and Medow with all privelidges ther unto belonging & doe by these prsents fully and absoelutly Give Grant & make over unto the sd Joseph Sakett to him his Heirs and asings for Ever to have & to hould the bove sd Land & Medow & Ever part & parsell therof as ther owne proper Rite of In heritanc to the performanc of the bove Mentioned prms I the sd daniell blomfeild doe subscribe by setting two my hand & seale this 29th of March in the yeare of our Lord God 1684
Daniell Blomfeild (s)
Sing seald & delivered In the site and prsents of
Benimine Cornish
Daniell phillips

Newtown Town Records: 2:298
15 May 1697. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected on town ministry.

May the 15–1697 At a publick town meting voted by the town & theier Desier is that Mr John Moars to be ordained for to be ye paster & teacher of ouer Church According to ye ruels of the gospel
Allso voted at ye same time above that thees men whose names are under writen are Chosen by the town for to Acte and Carie on the worke in refearanc to ye Setelment of the menestri in order to the vote above Cap Beats Content titus Samuell moer Cap Hallit Joseph Sackit Calab leverich John Berian Mr Edsel Richard Bets John Lawranc John Cooe Edward Hunt Jeremiah Burroughs Jonathan Hazard

Newtown Town Records: 2:309
27 Feb 1683/85 [sic]. Land laid out for Joseph Sackett (w7). 5 Mar 1685/86. Land laid out for Daniel Bloomfield.

febuary the 27th 1683/5 [sic]
Land Layd out for Joseph Sacket Contayning seventeene acors or therabouts: Runing sixty Rods along by the High way that Goes to the narow pasag. & forty Rods from that Line downe to the Medow: with addition one the south side & att the Est Eand as tis Layd out

March the 5th 1685/6
Land Layd out for daniell bloomfeld Joyning to Robart feilds to the north Runing by the high way forty Rods & att the Rare forty Rods: & In Lenth Eighty Rods with alowayanc as it was Lay out Contayning twenty a.... or ther abouts: apon the second de......

Newtown Town Records: 2:330
14 May 1688. Joseph Sackett (w7). Rejection of draft town patent.

att a towne meating the 14th of May 1688 being a full meating voated that the In habitanc of newtowne doe dislick the draught of the pattin that Joseph sacket brought up: & doth not Exsept of it as the towns pattin: for severall Reson Given In & more may If need bee voated by the In habitanc that thare shall be some men Chosen to goe to the Govener for & In the be halfe of the towne for the Conformation of our ould pattin: and to agree with the govener as to an accknoledgment or quit Rent it is allsoe that the Leven:pounds Charges Concerning the draught of pattin that Joseph Saccit brought up shall be Rayes by way of a town Rate

Newtown Town Records: 2:331
23 May 1686 & 12 Jun 1686. Joseph Sackett (w7) voted committeeman on town patent.

May the 21th 1686 att a towne Meating Held the 14th of May ther was Notis Given that day: that ther should be a towne Meating on the 21th of this Instant Month of May: & Whare as ther was some obiections maide by some parsons Concerning this meating: therfore this day the In habitanc doth decleare by voate: that: it was ther desires that this 23th of May ther should be a towne Meating
the same day apointed & Chousen William Lawrenc Joseph sackit John Way: Conten titus to Goe to the Governer to agree With his Honner In the towne be halfe as to an accknowledg Ment or quit Rent: In & for the Confermation of our ould pattin
voated by the Inhabitanc that noe More Land is to be Layd out: but by a sworne Survaor
June the 12th 1686 att a towne Meatin. voated that those fower men that was Chusen Last that is to say William Lawr... Joseph sacet Content titus John way shal. have power to Chues one or two men More to Goe on mondy next before the Govener & Counsell to have a hearing in the townes behalf

Newtown Town Records: 2:332
16 Jun 1686. Joseph Sackett (w7) on committee to nominate men to draft town patent. 29 Jul 1698. Joseph Sackett (w7) on committee to defend town rights before Supreme Court.

Att a towne Meating June the 16th 1686 voated that a commited should [be] Chusen to dray a form of our pattin to be prsented unto the Govenr for the Confermation
voated that Jerimiah bourroughs Jonath: Hazard Samuell Moore Content titus Joseph sacket shall Nominat some men for the acomity and prsent them to the towne
voated that the Comity shall be Chusen by powling
June the 17th :1686 the free hould... Att a towne Meating voated that all that will have ther name In the pattin according to the Govener order: must bring them in by the 19th day of this Instant Month & delvered unto the Clark
alsoe voated that William Lawrenc Joseph sacket John Way Content titus shall Goe to The Govener And: Return An answare for the Confermation of our pattin
voated that the new pattin shall be the new pattin shall be the towne pattin provided the obiections be taken out that was Granted by the Govener and Counsell
voated that Capt beets & Justis stevenson shall goe downe on Mondy next to the Govener and Carry the towne voats
July ye 29th 1698 Voated that Edward Stevenson & Joseph Sacket shall appeare at ye Supreim Coort; held at flattbush to Defend ye Townes Rite & That ye Towne Doth give them full power to Imploye an atturney or atturneyes as they shall seeme fit & what they Doe we will Rattifie & Conferme

Newtown Town Records: 2:335
4 Sep 1686. Joseph Sackett (w7). Joseph Sackett's draft town patent approved, & to be included in list of patentees.

att a towne Meating. september the 4th

1686: it is voated that the Last draught that Joseph sacket brough up shall be the towne pattin & Lick wise to be Inserted In the pattin that Every man shall have h.. Just Rites
voated that five or seven men shall be Chusen yearly to bare the name o. the pattin & to stand as pattin tees In the towne be halfe
voated that John Way Joseph sacket shall Goe to his honner In the townes be halfe & agree with him as to an accnowlegment or quit Rent & to have our pattin Confe....
voated that Capt beets Capt Lawrence thomas stevenson Thomas Wandall Edward hunt Jerimiah bourroughs Joseph sacket for & In be halfe of the towne shall be named In the pattin:pattintees

Newtown Town Records: 2:345
22 Nov 168[6]. John Way & Joseph Sackett (w7) voted money for town patent.

Att a towne Meating November the 22th 168. voated all that are Minded that John way & Joseph sacket shall receave soe much Monys of Content titus & jerimiah bourroughs as shall pay for our towne pattin & to take out our pattin signyfyet by the uesall sing.

Newtown Town Records: 2:360
27 Sep 1687. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected assessor.

Att a towne Meating the 27th of september 1687 voated that Thomas pettet & Joseph sacket shall be assessors ffor the towne of newtowne to asses Every Mans Estate according to the order of the Govener & Counsell
It is allsoe voated that Benimine Severns shall be Colecter to Gather the same and to make pay ment according to the Goveners & Counsells order

Newtown Town Records: 2:379
17 Apr 1696. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected assessor/collector. 6 Mar 1694/95. Grant of land to Benjamin Cornish, approved by Joseph Sackett (w7) & Daniel Bloomfield amongst others. Joseph Sackett (w7) also a neighbouring landowner.

Aprel the 17–1696 at a Town Metin votid that Jonathan Hazard and garsham Moer for asesars for this insewing yeare and John Law ranc Colicter And Joseph Burroughs Constabil at the same time above votid that Jonathan hazard Edward Stevens Joseph Sackit Shall parfit the rate for the quit reant an everi man and to reseive the money of the town and pay the Kings dues with it
The humbell Requiest of Beniamen Cornish to ye purchers of newtown that thay would be pleased to give me A small pees of Land being About two akers bounded on the East by Joseph Sackits Land on the south & west by the highway on ye noarth by the sd Beniamen Cornish own land In so doing you will obleadg me very much Wee whoes names are under writen doe give this Above mentioned pees of Land unto Beniamen Cornish and his hayers or assins for Ever as witnes ouer hands this land above mentioned is neare Jeneper Swomp
Jeremiah Burroughs
Elethan ffield, Robard ffield
Nathaniel Woodard, Jonathan Cooe
John Burroughs, David Coe
Joseph Burroughs his Mark, Edward Hunt
Samuell Moore, Samuell Ketcham
Joseph Sackitt, Edward Stevenson
Daniell Blumfield, Jonathan hazard
Content Titus, John Ketcham
John fforman, Calab Leverich
John Berrien, Richard Beats
Peter Berrien, phelip Ketcham
Abram Joorise, Thomas Morriel
Josias forman his X
Thomas Morriel, Georg Wood
William Gleane, John Leverich
William osburn, John Reder his X
John petit, Thomas Beats his X
Recorded By me Jeremiah Burroughs Clarke

March the 6–1694/5
Land Laid out ffor Beniamen Cornish two akers Joyning his Land by Jeneper Swamp 16 rods southerd and east .ardley 20 rods this two Akers of Land was sould him .y the purchers
Jeremiah Burroughs
Edward Hunt
Robert ffield
.anuary ye 2d 1734/5 Recorded .y me Jacob Reeder Town Clerk

Newtown Town Records: 2:381–2
24 Jan 1688/89. Sale of land. Joseph Sackett (w7) & his wife Elizabeth to Nathaniel & Lambard Woodard.

This Indenture made this twenty fourth day of January In the yeare of our Lord God One thousand Six hundred Eighty and Eyght. and In the fourth yeares Reigne of our Sovereigne James the Second by the grace of God king of England Scotland france and Ireland defender of the faith.&c:–Betweene Joseph Sacket of Newtowne In Queens County on Long Island In the province of New yorke In America, of the one part.and Nathaniel Woodard and Lambard Woodard of the towne and County afore sayd: Witnesseth:that the sayd Joseph Sacket hath with the free will and consent of Elizabeth his wife In Consideration of a certaine valluable Sume payd unto ye sayd Joseph Sacket In hand before the Insealing hereof well and truly Contented satis fied and payed by ye sayd Nathaniell Woodard and Lambard Woodard: Allienated bargained Sold & made over :and doth by these prsents fully & absolutely for him his heyres Executors & administrators, alienate bargaine Sell Enfeoffe Give and Grant unto ye above sayd Nathaniell Woodard & Lambard Woodard A certaine piece or parcell of Meddow ground Scituate Lying and being within ye township aforesayd being by Estimation Six acres more or Lesse bounded ..followeth:viz:bounded on ye North est side by ye sayd Mathaniel Woodards meddow, on ye south West side by daniell Blumfields Meddow on ye North west End by ye partition Line, and on ye south Est End by ye high way:Know.therefore that the above sayd Joseph Sacket with ye Consent of Elizabeth his wife fully and absolutely sold & made over the above sayd parcell of Meddow ground from them their heyres Executors & administrators, unto the above sayd Nathaniell Woodard & Lambard Woodard to them their heyres Executors administrators and .ssignes to have and to hold ye said parcell of Meddow .round with the appurtenances for ever; as their ..no proper Right of an Estate of Inheritance. And .urther ye above sayd Joseph Sacket doth Covenant .nd grant for him his heyres Executors and Administrators to & with ye sayd Nathaniel Woodard .nd Lambard Woodard that he ye sayd Joseph Sacket is at the day of ye date hereof very true and proper owner of all and singular ye prmises before bargained and sold. And that he hath full power and Lawfull authority In his owne Right to bargaine sell give grant Convey & assure the same and Every part & parcell thereof unto the above sayd Nathaniell Woodard & Lambard Woodard according to ye tenour of these prsents; and that the same prmises are & be at ye day of making hereof and at all times hereafter to stand free and Clearly discharged & saved harmlesse off and from all former bargaines and sales forfeitures Causes of forfeitures seisures Executions Recoveries. Judgments Condemnations, Wills. Rents. Arerage of Rents:and off and from all other Incombrance or Incombrances what soever;the Yearly Quitrent due to his Royall Maiesty only Exepted In testimony hereof the above sayd Joseph Sacket and Elizabeth his wife have hereunto set their hands and seales the day and yeare first above Written:
Signed seald & delivered:
Joseph Sacket (s)
Elizabeth Sacket (her Marke)
In ye sight & prsence of us:
Daniell phillips
Evan Morgan (his Marke)
It is to understood that it is Exprest before ye deliver. hereof that ye above sayd Meddow ground is Lying In trains Meddow

ffebuary ye 13 1688/9
There apeared before me Thomas Stevenson Justice the above sayd Joseph Sacket & Elizabeth Sacket and acknowledged this to be their act and deed
Thomas Stevenson

Newtown Town Records: 2:388
14 Mar 1688/89. Sale of land. Joseph Phillips to Edward Hunt. Witnessed by Joseph Sackett (w7).

[Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:390
14 Mar 1688/89. Sale of land. Joseph Phillips to Theophilus Phillips. Witnessed by Joseph Sackett (w7).

[Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:397
Apr 1689. Sale of land. Samuel Wood to Content Titus. Joseph Sackett (w7) mentioned as neighbouring landowner.

[Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:400
9 Mar 1677. Sale of land. Daniel Bloomfield to "my Cousen" Joseph Sackett (w7).

Be it known to all men by these presents that I Daniell Bloomfield of Newtown upon Long Island in the west riding of yor. sheir in america have bargained and Sold and do by these presents sell and make over unto my Cousen Joseph Saket living in ye same town on pece or parsell of Land that was Layd out to me before the front of my lot being beeing four acres and a half mor or Lesse the Land being twenty rod wid against the Street and from the Street lying Eight rod down: and then Lying thirt. rod wide downe to Smith meadowes side which land t.. sayd Joseph Saket is to have and to hold his heirs execu... administrators, and assins, for Ever in witnesse hereunto I have Sette my hand and Seale: this ninth of Marc. in the year of our Lord on thousand six hundred Seventy Sev..
Daniell Blomfi (s)
witnesses
Jonathan hazard
Theophilus phillips
March ye 21st 1723/4 Entered Jacob Reeder T Clerk

Newtown Town Records: 2:407
25 May 1689. Sale of land. Thomas Morrell vendor. Witnessed by Joseph Sackett (w7) & Daniel Bloomfield.

[Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:415
[?Date]. Sale of land. Deed of conveyance Caleb Leverich to Content Titus subsequently assigned [?date] to Joseph Sackett.

[Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:417c
2 Oct 1689. Joseph Sackett (w7) re-elected ensign.

october 2th 1689 At a publik town metin it is votid by the inhabetenc that they will forth with Chues now offisors both Meleterey and sevel it is votid that Samuel Elsel is Justis: At the same time voted that Garsham Mooer shall Remaien in his place as Captt it is allsoe votid that Samuel Mooer shall Remain in his place as Leftenant: at the same time votid that Joseph Sacket shall Remaien as Insien: it is allso voted that Content Titus and Jonathan Hazard and Jeremiah Burroughs shall bee over seers of the Town it is Allso voted that Beniamin Severns shall Remain Constabl it is allso votid that Jeremiah Burroughs shall be the town Clarke and keep the town Records It is allso votid that John Cooe and Thomas Wychingham are apoynted to meet the Respective towns for to make Choys of A shreve for the Countey

Newtown Town Records: 2:418
28 Dec 1689. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected lieutenant. 18 May 1690 Joseph Sackett elected collector.

Decembr 28th 1689
At atound meten ordered by Govener and Counsel to make Choys of new meletry ofesers and Acordinley wee decid prosed by the mager voyc: there being Chosen Samuel Mooer and Content titus Captins samuel Moer had the mager vots by ninten persons Joseph Sackit and Jeremiah Burroughs prickt Leftenants. Joseph Sackit had the pluratey of voyses for Insins Garsham Moer and Robard Cooe prickt for Insins Garsham Mooer had the pluraletey of voises

May th 18–1690 at a publik town metien votid that Joseph Sackit to be Coletter to Colect and gather the some of threpenc in the pound acordin to the warant which Cam from the Leftenant Govener – June the 14–1690–at a publik town metin voted for John way to be a Colecter a Long with Joseph Sacket to Colect and gather the money along with him

Newtown Town Records: 2:424
19 Aug 1699. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected trustee to repair meeting house.

Newtowne august ye 19th 1699
then Voted at a publicke towns meeting Robert Coe Joseph Sacket Thomas betts Chosen trustees to Repaire ye meeteing house or Church & ye parsonage houseing & to Remaine for one yeare

Newtown Town Records: 2:431.
27 Jun 1691. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected assessor & elected surveyor's assistant.

June ye:27th:1691
Att a towne meeting it is voted that beniaman Sufferns shall bee Constabell for this prasant yeare or till another be sworne in his stead: it is all sow voted that Joseph Sacket & Thomas pettet shall be Asasers for this prt yeare: it is all soe voted that Edward Stevenson shall be towne Clarke it is all soe voted that William hallet Juner shall be Colactter it is allsoe voted that Thomas bets John Way philipe katcham & nathaniell woodward are chosene fance vewers and syrvaiers of the towne hie ways acording to the Actts of A Sambely it is allso voted that Capt Samuell Moore Joseph Sacket & Edward Stevenson are Adead to the bove said Survaiers for to Asist them in the sd bussiness acording to The Act of asambely: it is all soe voted that Cpt Samuell Moore Shall goe to Jamecoe to meet with ye rest of the County yt is appointed to chuse a trasurer & actt acording to a Actt of Asembely it is allsoe voted that Jeremiah Borrughs Shall deliver all the towns racords and papers that he head of Thomas Stevenson to Edward stevenson

Newtown Town Records: 2:438
1 Feb 1691/92.  Joseph Sackett (w7) & John Way. Agreement for division of land.

Newtowne febewery ye:1th:1691/2 this day agreed of And made A devition of Lands Lying att maspecke kills att a place Called Smith Island be longing to twen us Joseph Sacket & John Way as followeth that is to say Joseph Sacket is hath for his part all the Land & medows Lying at ye north End of The sd Island Southwardly to a cartain Cooufe that maks Out of a small Crike that runs betwen Smith Is Land and John Ways hous Lotte that is to say from the head of the sd Coofe where stands a Stack Stucke downe as the bounds betwen us ye sd Sacket & way In ye presants of Jonthan hazad Jams way & John hart from the sd Stacke weswardly To a hollowe where Stands a Small whit ocke tree Soe, strait from thence to ye main Cricke, and all the other part of the Said Lands & medows to the Souward of the Above sd bouns doth belong to John Way for his proportion of ye Said IsLand & medows
Recorded by me
Edward Stevenson
Clarke

Newtown Town Records: 2:444
17 Sep 1692. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected collector.

Att a towne meting September ye 17th 1692
It is voted that Samuell Hallett and John Way Shall be assesers for this present yeer the Same day all Soe voted that Joseph Sacket Shall be Colectter for this present yeer

Newtown Town Records: 2:458–9
19 Jan 1692/93. Sale of land. Richard Alsop to Joseph Sackett (w7). (Richard Alsop = father of Hannah Alsop who m. (Judge) Joseph Sackett (1680–1755, w23).

This Indenture Made the twenty Seventh day of december in ye fourth yeare of ye Reigne of our Sovereigne Lord & Lady William & Mary by ye Grace of God King & Quene of England Scotland franse & Ireland defenders of ye faith &c & In ye year of our Lord one thousand Six hundrer Ninety & two betwene Richard Alsop of Newtowne In Quens County on ye one part & Joseph Sackett on ye towne & County A fore sd of ye other part
Witnesseth yt ye sd Richard Alsop by & with ye Concent of Hannah his wife by hur being A party to And sealing & delyvery of thes presents for & in Consideration of A Certain valuAble Sum to him in hand paid at or before the inSealing & delivery hereof the Reiept Whereof he doth hereby AcknowLedge & himself there with to be fully Contented & paid & thereof & therefrom & off & from Every part & parsel thereof doth hereby Acquit Exonorate & discharg ye sd Joseph Sacket his heyrs Executors & Administrators hatth Given Granted bargained sold Enfeoffer Released & Confirmed & by these presents doth fully Clearely & Absolutely Give Grant bargain Sel Enfeoffe Releas & Confieme unto ye sd Joseph Sackett his heyrs & Assigns for Ever All yt a Certaine pece or parcel of Medow Ground Situate Lying & being within ye township of Newtowne Above sd being part of A fresh Medow Commonly Caled or knowne by ye name of trains medow ye sd parsel of Medow Ground being bounded on ye south by ye Land of ye sd Joseph Sacket As may farth.. Appere by A Certaine dede of Gift bareing date the third day of November In ye yeare of our Lord one thousand Six hundred Eighty & five which was Assigned Sealed & deliv.. by Thomas Wondell of Newtowne Above sd Unto ye sd Richard Alsup together wt all & singular ye heriditaments & appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise Appurtaining & all ye Right title Intrust prosession property Clame & demand what so ever of him ye sd Richard Alsop Made to ye sd parsel of Medow Ground Expressed In ye before Mensioned deed of gift bareing date as A fore sd & in & to all & Every part & parcel thereof To have & to hold ye sd pece or parcell of Medow Ground from ye sd Richard Alsop and his heyrs unto ye sd Joseph Sackett to ye sole & onely proper use & behofe of him the sd Joseph Sackett his heyrs & Assignes forever & further ye sd Richard Alsop doth for himself his heyrs Executors & Administrators promis Covenant & Grant to & with ye sd Joseph Sackett his heyrs Executors & Administrators & Assigns yt ye sd Richard Alsop now at ye Ensealing & delivery hereof Standeth & is Solely onely & Right full.. seized untill ye Estate hereby to be Granted & Sold Shall be Sifficietly pased u.. and Rested in ye sd Joseph Sackett his heyrs & Assigns Shall Remaine Seized of the sd prmises of A Good Absolute & perfect Estate In fee Simple to him his heyrs for Ever without Any Maner of Condition Rite title In or Limitation of use yt may here after destroy discontinu or Evict ye same & yt ye same prmises Are & be at ye day of makeing hereof & at All times hereafter to stand free & Clerely disCharged Saved harmles of & from all & all maner of other & former bargains Sales Alienation Morgages Joyntures dowries Judgments Executions Extents & all other Charges & Incombrances what soever & Lastly yt ye sd Richard Alsop & his heyrs the herein before Granted & Mencioned primises unto ye sd Joseph Sacket his heyrs & Assignes Shall & will warrant & forever by these prsents Defend In witnes whereof ye sd Richard Alsop & hannah his wife have hereunto Set hi there hands & Seals ye day & yeare first Above written
Signed Sealed & delivered
Richard Alsop (s) his marke
Hannah Alsop (s) hur marke
In Sight & prsents off
William Halett
Daniel Phillups
John Albertus
his marke
January the 19:1692/3
Then Appered before Daniell Whithead One of there Magtis Justis of ye pece for Quens County the wt in named Richard Alsop & Hannah his wife & did Ackowledg ye within writen Deed to be there ffree Act & Dede witnes Daniel Whitehead
Recorded by me Edward Stevenson
Clarck

Newtown Town Records: 2:481
9 Sep 1693. Daniel Bloomfield & Joseph Sackett (w7) elected delegates to convention on county grievances.

September ye 9th: 1693
It is voted that Capt Samll Moore Content Tittus Daniell Bloumfeild and Joseph Sackett are Choszen for to goe this day to Jamacoe for to Consult ye grevences of ye County with ye rest of ye freeholders of Etch Respecktif towne In quens County to Draup anadres of ye grevencis of ye County to present and give in to ye presant assembly now Siting att new yorke
Recorded by me Edward Stevenson Clarke

Newtown Town Records: 2:501
1 Mar 169[?]. Sale of land. Richard Alsop to John Hunt. Witnessed by Joseph Sackett (w7). [Copy of document held but not transcribed here]. 3 Mar 169[?]. Daniel Bloomfield voted delegate re vestrymen at Assembly in Jamaica. 3 Mar 169[?].Joseph Sackett (w7) voted to oversee repair of meeting house.

Newtowne March ye 3th 169
Att a towne meting it is voted that Content Tittus and Daniell Bloumfield Shall on Monday next Goe to Jamacoe to meete With the men that Shall be Cossen out of Eatch Towne In Quens County to Show unto them the Reasones wherefore wee Cannot Actt In Chusing men vestremen
It is allsoe voted that ye Contant Titus and Daniell Bloumfield Shall In dever with ye Rest of ye men of ye County to Repeale ye acct of vestruemen if it Shall be thought by them Convenant by Signifiing ther Desier to the Assemble
It is all soe voted that Edward Hunt shall be Collector In yoeris Abramson Sted by vertue of a order from the Counsell
It is allso voted that Content Titus and Joseph Sackett are apointed to see after ye getting ye meeting house Repared and Repering the towne hous wt what is needfull at ye present
it is allsoe voted that Jermiah Burroughs & Daniell Bloufeild are Chosen asesers for this in Suing yeare

Newtown Town Records: 2:532
1 Dec 1694. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected committeeman on inter-town dispute.

Newtowne December ye 1th 1694
The purchesers being met together have made Choyse and Deputed Jonathan Hazard Edward Stevenson and Joseph Sacket to meete with our naybours at Jamacoe to Agitate Conserning our South bounds Eithe by Complying or refering to Indifferent men by adbytration or by Law & to make a finall Determination in our behalfe & what the Said partiis Shall doe wee ye sd purchesers do hereby Ratifye and Confirme to Stand good
By order of ye purchesers as above Said
Daniell phillips
A true Coppy Recoreded by me Edward Stevenson
Clarke

Newtown Town Records: 2:533
5 Jan 1694/95.  Joseph Sackett (w7) & Daniel Bloomfield elected committeemen to petition for repeal of vestry act.

Jenuary the 5:th 1694/5 att a towne meteing
It is voted that Cap Moore Shall Goe on tusday next to Jamacoe to meet the Supersivers of Queens County in order to Chus a tresurer and to Audit ye County Charges Acording to act of asemble mad & provided in yt behalfe
It is all soe voted that Thomas Wichingham Robert Coe John Lawrenc and Gersham Moore Shall Receive off and from all the Inhabetens of Newtowne the proportion of mony's that they have Given to Mr Mos for being ther minnister and pay the Same to Mr Mos for this prsent year
It is also voted that them that pay to the minister will pay the feching him
It is all soe voted that Content Titus Joseph Sackett Daniell Bloumfeild and Edward Stevenson or any three of them Shall In ye behalfe of ye towne pertision to the nex asemble to Repell the act of vesteremen and annuell Sallery to be payd by the hole County for two ministres

Newtown Town Records: 2:536
7 Jan 1694/95. Sale of land. Edward Stevenson & Richard Betts on behalf of "The Purchasers" to Joseph Burroughs & Joseph Sackett (w7). 9 Jan 1694/95. Land laid out for Joseph Sackett (w7). 8 Feb 1694/95. Receipt from Edward Stevenson on behalf of "The Purchasers" re purchase of land by Joseph Burroughs & Joseph Sackett (w7).

January the 7:th 1694/5
At a meting of ye purchisers It is voted that they will & have Sould unto Joseph Burroughs and Joseph Sackett ther hayres & assignes twenty Acors of Land for thirten pounds A Jouning to Abram yoris & Cornelus Berian Land Lying on the west Sid of ye South path that goes from ye kills to ye South which mony is to defraying ye Charges of ye purchesers Right and to be paid wt forteen days after this deat, to be paid to Edward Stevenson and Richard Betts

Jenuary ye 9.th 1694/5, twenty acors Land Laid out by Edward Hunt Robart ffeild & Jeremiah Burroughs for Joseph Sackett & Joseph Burroughs which was Sold them & ther hayres & asignes By ye purchessers this above mentioned Land is on ye South side of Cornelies Jonsons Berian & Abram yoris in Lenth 125 Rods Runing from ye kill South path west as ye other Lots doth In breth 27 rods as it is Markt
Jermiah Burroughs
Edward Hunt
Recorded by me Edward Stevenson
Clarke

febuary ye 8.th 1694/5 Receved of ye above sd Joseph Burrughs & Joseph Sackett ye bove sd Sum of thirteen pounds By me Edward Stevenson for ye use of defraieing the purchesers Chargese

Newtown Town Records: 2:537
12 Jan 1694/95. Agreement on division of land between Joseph Sackett (w7) & Joseph Burroughs.

Jenuary the 12:th 1694/5 The twenty Acors of Land Sold by the purchesers to Joseph Sackett and Joseph Burroughs is devided Beten them as followeth that is to say that Joseph Sackett Is & hath his aprt or tenn acors Joyning to Cornalis Berians and Abram Yoris Land runing the Lenth as it is Laid out as witness our hands the day & year above Written
Joseph Sacket
Joseph Burroughs his marke
Wittness
Edward Stevenson Clarke

Newtown Town Records: 2:542
14 Feb 1709/10. Joseph Sackett witness to assignment between Samuel Moore & son Samuel Moore. Presumably Joseph Sackett (w7).

[Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town Records: 2:551
12 Jul 1694. Sale of land. Jeremiah Reeder to John Reeder Junior. Witnessed by Joseph Sackett (w7).

[Copy of document held but not transcribed here].

Newtown Town records: 2:561.
2 Jul 1694. Sale of land. Theophilus Phillips to Joseph Sackett (w7).

This Indenture Made the Second day of July In ye Sixth Yeare of ye Reigne of Our Sovereigne Lord & Lady William & Mary by ye Grace of God King & Queene of England Scotland ffrance & Ireland Defenders of ye ffaith &c & In ye Yeare of our Lord God One thousand Six hundred Ninety & foure Betwene Theophilus Phillips of Newtowne In Quenes County on ye one part & Joseph Sacket of ye towne & County afores, of ye Other part Witnesseth that ye sd Theophilus Phillips for & In Consideration of A Certaine Valuable Sume to him In hand paid at or before ye Ensealing & Delivery hereof ye Recept whereof he Doth hereby acknowledge & himselfe therewt to be fully Contented & paid & thereof & therefrom & of & from Every part & parcell thereof Doth hereby acquitt Exonerate & Discharg ye sd Joseph Sacket his heyres & assignes for Ever by these prsents Hath Given Granted Bargained Sold & Made Over & by these prsents Doth hereby Give Grant Bargaine Sell & make Over unto ye sd Joseph Sacket his heyres & Assignes for Ever All yt A Certane piece or parcell of ffresh Medow ground Scittuate Lying & being In ye town Ship of Newtown above sd In a medow Commonly Called Trains Medow being by Estimation One acor & A half .eing bounded on ye south West by ye Medow of James Way on ye North West by A highway on ye North east by ye Medow of Thomas Morrel & one ye South East by Aparticion Line as ye same Is Now at ye Making Sealing & Delivery hereof Laid Out & marked Together wt all & Singular ye heriditaments & Appurtenances there unto belonging or In Any wise Appertaining To have & To hold ye sd parcell of Medow .round wt ye Appurtenances Unto ye Sole & only proper use & behoofe of him ye sd Joseph Sacket his heyres & Assignes for Ever & ye sd Theophilus Doth for him Selfe .his heyrs Executors & Administrators promis Covenant & Grant to & with ye sd Joseph Sacket his heyres & Assignes yt he ye sd Theophilus Phillips now .. .t ye Ensealing hereof Standeth, & is Solely only & Rightfull Seized & untill .. sd prmises hereby to be Granted & sold shall be sufficiently passed Unto & Rested In ye sd Joseph Sacket his heyres & Assignes shall Remaine Seized .. ye sd prmises of a good absolute & perfect Estate to him his heyres & Assignes for Ever .. ye sd prmises now are & for Ever hereafter Shall be & Remane Unto ye sd Joseph Sacket his heyres & Assignes ffreely & Clearly acquited & Discharged off & from all & all Manner of Other & former Bargaines Sales Alienations or any other Charges or Incombrances whatsoever & further yt ye sd Theophilus Phillips & his heyres ye herein before Granted & Mentioned prmises unto ye sd Joseph Sacket & his heyres & Assignes shall & will warrant & for Ever by thes prsents Defend In Witnesse whereof ye sd Theophilus Phillips hath here unto Set his hand & Seale ye Day & yeare Above Written,
Theophilus Phillips his marke
Signed Sealed & Delivered In ye sight & prsents off
Jeremiah Burroughs
Daniell Phillips
March ye 27th 1695
Recorded by me Edward Stevenson Clarke

Newtown Town Records: 2:562
17 Apr 1695. Joseph Sackett (w7) elected committeeman re parsonage.

Aprill the 17th 1695 at a towne meting
It is votted that Josias Robenson Shall be Constable of ye town for this prasant year
It is all Soe voted that Richard Betts Jiner & William Gleane are Chosen Assesers for this presant year
It is all Soe voted that Robert ffield Junior Shall be Collecttor for this prsent yeare
It is all soe voted that Joseph ffirman Shall not be asese. in the towne nor pay Rats for ye Space of two or three years next in Su..
It is all Soe voted that If any free houlder or Inhabetant that shal. Cotte any timber or flier wood upon the undevided or Comand land to or trancesport out of ye towne shipe of newtowne Shall forfit & pay... pounds for Such Defects to ye towne & this vote to be confirmed .. the Cort Sessions & to be put in Execution forthwith
It is voted at ye meting above sd That A parsenage house Sh.. be bult Containing five & thirty foots long & tenn foots high bult with Stone & a Seller under one End all so. purches or by a peece of land to Set ye sd hous on or to .. Exchang for undevided Land for any other Convenient Settlement, and to parfect ye List that was made for the Ministers maintence, all Soe to have power to Lett out ye

parsonege Land & medow for ye townes use or to be Exspened Tordes ye maintance of ye ministre & what ye sd men or maior part of them heer after named Shall Doe In & about ye above sd prmises we doe Ratifie & Confirme thay making returne to ye towne from Time to time, the persons whose names that are here under Written are Chossen to doe & See done this above sd busines is
Capt Richard Beets Mr Samuell Edsalle Capt Samuell Moore Capt Willi.m Hallett Content Titus Jonathan Hazard Joseph Sackett & John Coe

Sources:
Minutes of Town Courts of Newtown [Long Island] 1656–1690: Transcriptions of Early Town Records of New York. Historical Records Survey, NY 1940. Repository: Family History Library, Salt Lake City.
Town Minutes of Newtown [Long Island] 1653–1734: Transcriptions of Early Town Records of New York. Historical Records Survey, NY 1941. Repository: Family History Library, Salt Lake City.