This plot shows the land that was to become the present Stamford Heights development. After the death of Jacob Huffsmith, the land was distributed as his will directed. In order to get clear title for Abraham Huffsmith, his son, several other Huffsmith’s granted a QUIT CLAIM deed in 1864. In 1866 Abraham Huffsmith died passing this property on to his ten children. Deed reads “Regarding the will of Jacob Huffsmith for extra 100 acres of land taken from land near the pond and C.D. Brodhead.” C.D. Brodhead refers to Charles Brodhead after whom the village of Brodheadsville is named.