Note: This patent refers to the original 90 acres that was surveyed for Francis Kreider in 1749, and the additional 31 sold to Adam Baugh. This patent grants the land to Frederick Zimmerman.

Land surveyed for Francis Kreider in 1749.

Land surveyed for Adam Baugh in 1766.

This land on a modern map (2014).

The Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania To all to whom these presents shall come; Greeting. Know ye that in consideration of the monies hereto paid by Francis Kryter to the late Proprietaries at the granting the warrant herein after mentioned, and of the sum of sixty pounds lawful money paid by Frederick Zimmerman unto the Receiver General's Office of the Commonwealth unto the said Frederick Zimmerman a certain tract of land called Zimmerman's Delight situate in Lebanon Township Lancaster County. Beginning at a corner white oak thence by Michael Kline's land north eighty degreeseast one hundred and four perches to a corner hickory north sixty two perches and three quarters to a corner black oak and north seventy three degrees east forty seven perches and an half to a post set for a corner, thence by Christian Kryter's land north thirty five degrees west one hundred and forty five perches to a post, thence by John __ter's land south sixty two degrees west seventy three perches to a post and thence by John Kryter and Adam Baugh's land south one hundred and seventy nine perches to the first mentioned white oak and place of beginning. Containing one hundred and twenty one acres and one eighth and allowance of six [?] for roads etc. With appurtenances which said tract of land was surveyed by virtue of a warrant dated the 4th April 1750 granted to the said Francis Kryter, who died intestate without issues his widow intermarried with George Mease, who with his wife by deed dated the 28th August 1764 conveyed the said tract of land to Adam Bock [Baugh]; moreover Christian Kryter the eldest brother and heirs at law of said Francis Kryter, released to said Bock and the said Adam Bock by deed dated the 29th April 1767 conveyed the said land to the said Frederick Zimmerman in fee simple To have and to hold the siad tract or parcel of land eith the appurtenances unto the said Frederick Zimmerman and his heirs, to the use of the said Frederick Zimmerman and his heirs, to the use of the said Frederick Zimmerman his heirs and assigns for ever free and clear of all restrictions and reservations as to mines royalties quitrents or otherwise excepting and reserving only the fifth part of all gold and silver ore for the use of this Commonwealth to be delivered at the Pitsmouth, clear of all charges, In witness whereof his Excellency John Dickinson Esquire - president of the Supreme Executive Council hath hereto set his hand and caused the State Seal to be herunto affixed in Council the tenth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty four, and of the Commonwealth the Ninth.
John Dickinson [seal]
John Armstrong junior(?) [seal]
Enrolled July 12, 1784.

Patent Book P; volume 2; page 499. Pennsylvania State Archives.