Three weeks after the adoption of the Constitution, applause was added regarding the distribution of land. It has been established that every adventurer who has purchased 50 shares in the company should be allocated 200 hectares of land plus half a hectare of urban land. In the event of additional purchase of shares, the buyer would buy land at the same price. Non-shareholders who have transported at their own expense should receive 50 hectares or more, at the Board`s decision. Any shareholder who paid for the transportation of another person would receive 50 hectares for that person, the land available to the shareholder. It looked like the headright system used for so many years in Virginia. The Council had the authority to dictate the allocation, and it led the extension of the plantation in broad outlines, but the allocation was initially used for practical purposes, which explains the very rapid colonization of the landscape around Boston. Even before the great Migration began in 1634, sixteen townships had been shaken and populated. And the Pynchon in question paid in hand the eighteen fatham wampam, eighteen coats, 18 rabbits, 18 Howes, 18 knives to these Commucke -Matanchan – doth plus the condition of these Indians, that they have hairs and appreciate al than cotinackeesh, or the ground, which is now planted; And have freedom, fish – deer, ground nuts, nuts, Akornes – Sasashiminesh, or type of peas, And even if one of our cattle spoil their cornea, to pay, as it is worth snoring the pigs not on the side of Agawam, but in the period of decoration: Even the Pynchon in question, doth give to Wruththena , and in Witness here says the two Indians, that present day of July 15, 1636.
On 14 May 1636 Henry Smith wrote the arrangement for the construction of the Springfield plantation. Only eight men signed it: William Pynchon, Mathew Mitchell, Henry Smith, Jehu Burr, William Blake, Edmund Wood, Thomas Ufford and John Cable. The agreement contained many items for the future government of the colony. The first mission of the work was to bring a servant, and this theme was addressed in the following way: Wee, by the grace of God, intends to walk in all the ways of Christ, as quickly as possible, at convenient speed, for a divine servant and faithful with the one whom we intend to report to the ecclesiastical Union. For a time, the Indians lived in peace and indolence and were kept against their own old enemies, the Mohawks. With the English tools they now had, their daily tasks were made much more comfortable. So they lingered where there was good relations with the Whites until 1675. William Pynchon and his son John had frequent and friendly relations with them in the trade.
The Indians sold their beaver and other furs to the Pynchons. The Indians bought them the goods that were kept in the warehouse and met their needs. The only prohibited items were firearms and ammunition. Two days later, on 16 May 1636, the eight signatories and four others who had joined them received the first land allocation. The original location on the west side of the river was abandoned as it was exposed to fresh discoveries that caused swampy soils, and a new location for the city was chosen on the east side. In the spring of 1636 Mr. Pynchon, his family and the others he had taken with him made their way to the Bay Path. Armed Scouts led the way and kept a close eye on the inhabitants of all kinds of forests.