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Records give John Osborne as the owner of the land in 1655. In 1676 it was the sold to Josiah Hobart, high sheriff of Suffolk County, who built the house that stands today. Capt. Josiah Hobart came to East Hampton in the third wave of settlers, found…

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1751 the house was transferred to Matthew Mulford, son of Samuel Mulford, from John dayton (grandson) and Robert Dayton’s wife (½ and ½) who owned the house after Robert Dayton left it to them in his will. John Dayton left his wife a “negro girl” in…

(Possible runaway)
...also agreed by major vote to hire Isac Isaacs to carry Mingo negro the servant man of Pinchus Faning to Southold & to Deliver him to his master.

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Also in 1774 in Southold, Constant Booth left “Joe” to…

Free man in 1676 East Hampton

Indian servt.
1675
East Hampton, British Colonial America

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South End Cemetery, East Hampton, NY

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Hedges Inn. The site of shoemaker's shop was described as "a small building in the back of the inn" - JER "Main Street". The Hedges kept detailed accounts of their transactions including those with those enslaved. The Hedges also owned slaves and…

John "Neiger," a free black man, was recorded having land remarkably early in May 1676. In Town Records Volume I, the town writes, "John Neiger have begun to set himslefe upp a house in the Streete by the side of Mrs. Codners home lot ... to goe from…

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In 1751 the house was transferred to Matthew Mulford, son of Samuel Mulford, from John Dayton and Robert Dayton’s wife who co-owned the house. John Dayton left his wife a “negro girl” in his will (died no longer living in the house). London (also…
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