Index to Deeds: 158 Beacon (Demolished)

The following is an index to property transfer deeds and party wall and other agreements recorded at the Suffolk County Deed Registry from the original land purchase until the property was purchased by John Parkinson and razed.  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.

For transactions related to the successor building, see separate index for 160 Beacon.

Transfers of Land and Buildings
Date of Deed Grantor Grantee Book Page
04Nov1901 Harriette S. Boardman, guardian of Gerald Dorr Boardman, minor (one-third undivided interest in 158 Beacon) John Parkinson 2787 55
04Nov1901 Harriette S. Boardman, widow of Edwin A. Boardman (release of dower interest in 158 Beacon) John Parkinson 2787 53
04Nov1901 Edwin A. Boardman and Richard D. Boardman (two-thirds undivided interest in 158 Beacon) John Parkinson 2787 52
02Nov1901 Alice L. Boardman, widow William Dorr Boardman (release of interest in 158 Beacon) John Parkinson 2787 51
28Oct1863 William Mountford and Elizabeth Mountford, his wife, in her own right Edwin A. Boardman 834 289
28Oct1863 George H. Rogers, trustee for the benefit of Elizabeth B. Mountford, under a marriage settlement trust Edwin A. Boardman 834 288
18May1861 Charles A. Kirby George H. Rogers, trustee for the benefit of Elizabeth B. Mountford, under a marriage settlement trust 798 91
Transfers of Unimproved Land
Date of Deed Grantor Grantee Book Page
18Jan1860 Boston and Roxbury Mill Corporation (lot with 40 foot frontage) Charles K. Kirby 771 92
Agreement with respect to the location of the boundary lines between 132 Beacon and 164 Beacon to reflect the houses as built, the eastern wall between 132 and 134 Beacon having been placed 0.27 feet further east than indicated by the deed; and agreement by Charles K. Kirby, owner of the western-most lot (at 164 Beacon) to release back to the Boston and Roxbury Mill Corporation a 0.27 foot wide strip from the western boundary of his lot.  The corporation subsequently conveyed this  strip to John L. Gardner (Book 789, p. 26; 9Nov1860) to make the lot he bought to the west of Kirby’s lot (164 Beacon) a full 20 feet.
Date Party One Party Two Book Page
18Sep1860 Boston and Roxbury Mill Corporation P. W. Chandler, William Bramhill, C. K. Kirby, John A. Blanchard, B. T. Loring, Gardner Brewer, Eliza G. Winchester, George W. Wales, David Sears, Anna T, Coolidge, J. T. Coolidge, Jr., and David Stewart 788 47