Index to Deeds: 10 Fairfield

The following is an index to property transfer deeds, easements, and party wall agreements recorded at the Suffolk County Deed Registry from the original land purchase to December 31, 2010.  Mortgages, trust agreements, and other similar recorded documents are not included.  This index is intended as a guide only; actual deeds should be reviewed for details.

In its deed to Grenville Braman and his partners (Book 826, p. 86; 16Feb1863), the Boston Water Power Company described the parcel as running west 95.57 feet from the boundary with the lands owned by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to Fairfield.  In its deeds, the Commonwealth calculated the distance from Exeter to the boundary as 504.8 feet, leaving 95.20 feet to Fairfield, a discrepancy of 0.37 feet (4½ inches). Click here for more details.

Transfers of Land and Buildings
Date of Deed Grantor Grantee Book Page
15Feb2007 James T. Garnache, trustee,10 Fairfield Street Realty Trust Fairfield 10 LLC 41310 149
18Dec1998 Clifford J. Schorer, III Maria L. Pizzuto, trustee, 10 Fairfield Street Realty Trust 23240 313
13Nov1990 First National Bank of Boston, Administrator of the Estate of Paul G. Donahue, and Mary V. Schlemmer, devisee under said will. Clifford J. Schorer, III 16594 140
21Sep1976 Marlboro Street Realty, Inc. (Paul G. Donahue, president) Paul G. Donahue 8902 479
25Aug1958 Paul G. Donahue (confirmatory deed) Marlboro Street Realty, Inc. 7336 127
31Dec1953 Paul G. Donahue Marlboro Street Realty, Inc. 6927 138
13Sep1948 Francis H. Farrell and Byron R. Switzer, trustees, Commonwealth-Newbury Mortgage and Real Estate Trust Paul G. Donahue 6461 349
11Jan1947 Ruth Cimerblatt Francis H. Farrell and Byron R. Switzer, trustees, Commonwealth-Newbury Mortgage and Real Estate Trust 6303 320
16Dec1943 Franklin Savings Bank of the City of Boston Ruth Cimerblatt 6072 469
27Sep1943 Boston Management Corporation Franklin Savings Bank of the City of Boston 6060 284
15Mar1938 Charles S. Kimball Boston Management Corporation 5712 417
15Mar1938 Franklin Savings Bank of the City of Boston Charles S. Kimball 5712 401
13Nov1935 Richard Olney Franklin Savings Bank of the City of Boston 5569 379
23Jun1924 Alvan T. Simonds Richard Olney 4586 236
25Aug1920 Thomas G. Stevenson Alvan T. Simonds 4248 261
11Jun1920 Frances Le Moyne Stevenson, wife of Thomas G. Stevenson Thomas G. Stevenson 4212 439
05Sep1917 Mark Temple Dowling and Florence W. Dowling, his wife, in her own right Frances Le Moyne Stevenson, wife of Thomas G. Stevenson 4052 98
01May1917 William J. Stober Florence W. Dowling, wife of Mark Temple Dowling 4028 50
01May1917 Archibald Blanchard William J. Stober 4028 48
27Jun1910 Goddard M. White and Frank S. White, trustees for the benefit of Katharine S. White Archibald Blanchard 3465 172
18Sep1909 Howland Twombly Goddard M. White and Frank S. White, trustees for the benefit of Katharine S. White 3397 46
18Sep1909 Frank S. White Howland Twombly 3397 45
01Jan1902 Katharine S. White, wife of Charles G. White Frank S. White 2955 341
23Aug1892 Henry S. Dewey Katharine S. White, wife of Charles G. White 2080 434
23Aug1892 Charles G. White Henry S. Dewey 2080 433
01Oct1881 John L. Gardner Charles G. White 1539 22
Transfers of Unimproved Land
Date of Deed Grantor Grantee Book Page
01Oct1879 William G. Prescott John L. Gardner 1472 51
01Mar1870 Henry Whitwell (partition of lands formerly held as undivided interest) William G. Prescott 992 137
17Jan1866 William G. Prescott (one-half undivided interest) Henry Whitwell 871 32
16Jan1866 Daniel Davies; Jarvis D. Braman, Grenville T. W. Braman William G. Prescott 871 13
16Feb1863 Boston Water Power Company Daniel Davies; Jarvis D. Braman, Grenville T. W. Braman 826 86
Party Wall Agreements
Date Party One Party Two Book Page
02Mar1874 William G. Prescott (8-12 Fairfield) Fred Pope (279 Marlborough) 1207 162
Easement included in land transfer deed establishing an easement across the rear of 10 Fairfield, connecting with the easement across the rear of 12 Fairfield, said easement across the rear of 10 Fairfield for the benefit of air, light, and prospect for 8 Fairfield, and measuring ten feet wide (east-west) for 19.20 feet north from the boundary with 12 Fairfield and 6.66 feet wide for the remaining 10.23 feet to the boundary with 8 Fairfield, as shown on a plan by Fuller & Whitney dated 19Nov1889
Date Grantor Grantee Book Page
01Oct1881 John L. Gardner (seller of 10 Fairfield) Charles G. White (purchaser of 10 Fairfield) 1539 22
03Dec1880 John L. Gardner (seller of 8 Fairfield and owner of 10 Fairfield) James Jackson (purchaser of 8 Fairfield) 1510 230
Easement included in land transfer deed designating a strip of land across the rear of 12 Fairfield ten feet wide (east-west) to be “forever kept open and unencumbered for the benefit of air, light, and prospect to and from” 8-10 Fairfield
Date Grantor Grantee Book Page
01Oct1879 William G. Prescott (seller of land at 12 Fairfield) Georgina Lowell (purchaser of land at 12 Fairfield) 1472 52