Town of Clinton, CT
Middlesex County
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AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE TOWNS OF KILLINGWORTH AND CLINTON BY THEIR SELECTMEN
First
We agree that all the paupers now residing in each of said towns shall belong to and be supported by the Town in which they now reside except Betsey Marble who is to belong to and be supported by the Town of Clinton
2
We further agree that all persons now residing out of said towns, who shall hereafter become paupers shall belong to the Town where they would belong if the old Town of Killingworth had been Divided into two towns, as it now is before they were born
3
We further agree that the Town taxes granted in October 1837 shall belong to each of said towns according to their assessment list of 1837
4th
We further agree that all debts liabilities charges and expenses already due and commenced or which may exist against said old Town of Killingworth at the time of the passage of the Bill Dividing said old Town of Killingworth into two towns be paid equally between said two towns — It is however understood that the expence made in consequence of the petition for the Dividing of said Town of Killingworth into Two Towns is objected to by the Town of Clinton and that, that subject is left for future adjustment or legal Decision
5th
We further agree that all funds and property of every name and nature belonging to said old Town of Killingworth on the 19th day of May, 1838, excepting the public records shall be equally divided between the two towns of Killingworth and Clinton. It is also agreed that we do nothing about dividing the old Town wharf and Town sedge so called
6th
We further agree that the Town Deposit fund of the old Town of Killingworth be divided equally between said two towns of Killingworth and Clinton
7th
It is further understood and agreed that the Town of Clinton upon receiving their share of said Deposit fund shall give a sufficient bond to the Town of Killingworth conditioned to refund to said Town of Killingworth the part of the deposit fund so received by said Town of Clinton in case said Town of Killingworth shall be compelled to repay the same to the State of Connecticut, and apply the income thereof according to Law
Dated at Clinton
June 28, 1838