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Note: On 24 December 1760, Samuel Willis, yeoman of Sudbury, sold land in Sudbury to his son, Jesse Willis, yeoman of Sudbury, for 263 pounds and two shillings. The land contained 105 acres of upland, meadow, swampland, woodland, orchard, fences and buildings, and was located in Sudbury west of the Sudbury River. The land was bounded northerly by land of Peter Noyes, westwardly by land of Peter Noyes, Daniel Haynes, Phineas Haynes and a highway, southerly on a highway called the Stow Road and land of Zachariah Maynard, and easterly on land of Benjamin Ball, William Rice, Josiah Brown, Nathan Loring, Gershom Rice and the said Samuel Willis. Sybille Willis, wife of Samuel Willis, released her dower thirds. The deed was recorded 16 November 1767. [Middlesex County MA Deeds, 67:321, LDS Microfilm 0554038]