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Re: How can I get a copy of an old Providence County deed?
Posted by: Linda Peloquin (ID *****2746) Date: December 20, 2012 at 10:51:23
In Reply to: How can I get a copy of an old Providence County deed? by Andrew Wells of 10824

The copy of the deed would be in the deed/land evidence books stored in the vault of the Town Clerk's office in the North Providence Town Hall.

Most likely just having the year & grantor/grantee names should be enough since they had books of these in the vault when I was there a few years back. Those will give the deed book # & page where the deed actually is.

Contact the NP Town Clerk to find out the costs for copies & if they will do the look-up & copy for you.


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