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y^ Citty of Albany on y^ west side of Hudsons River to y^ South-
ward of y^ halfmoon, which Said Land is bounded on the north
side by a Creek or kill y^ comes out of y^ fley or mash to y*^ East
by the River, to y^ South by the fourth branch or Spruyt that
comes off the Cohoes and to the north y^ hill that lyes by the Vley
Streeching to the said fourth Branch or Spruyt till over against an
Island commonly called Costors Island Together with the two
morgan of Arrable Land, Eyeing upon y^ haver Island always with
this Proviso that y^ Said Roeloff Gerritz his heirs and assigns keep
a good Sufficient fence from y^ Place where y^ old hoffstede ^ was
so farr as to the Creek or kill y'. comes out of the Vley or mash,
to free his oune Land and y^ Land of Anth°. van Schaik upon the
Cohoos Island, and in y^ time of harvest after y^ Corn is Reapd
the Chattle of y^ Said Anth°. van Schaik his heirs and assigns
ouners of the Cohoos Island, may freely feed upon y^ Stuble Land
of y^ Said Roeloff Gerritse, and y« Chatle of y^ Said Roeloff
Gerritze his heirs and assigns ouners of y^ above Recited Parcel of
I>and may likewise freely feed upon y^ Stuble Land of y^ Said
Anthony van Schaik his heirs and [assigns] for Ever ouners of y^
Cohoos Island, as also that y^ Said Antho[ny van Schaik, his
heirs] and assigns ouners of y^ Cohoos Island shall have . . .
his Cattle along the Path that goes . . . Roeloff' Gerritse north-
wards to the . . . - [343] There, Provided itt be not in y^
time that y^ Corn can be Damnifyed by there Soe going throw,
and that y^ Said Catle be ledd along to Prevent there Damnifyed



1 Dutch word meaning a farmstead.
~ Manuscript destroyed.



DEEDS 167^1704 2)?>7

the Corn/ The said Annetie Lievens doth by these Presents
Transp'. and Convey Release and Confirm unto y^ S^. Roeloff
Gerritze his heirs and Assigns another Parcell of Land adjoyning
to the before Recited Parcell, having to the north a hill that Lyes
on the north Side of y*^ Creupelboss ^ or Swamp to the East y^
Land of y^ Said Roelofif Gerritze above recited, to y^ South y*
fourth Branch or Spruyt, to the west y^ River That comes off y^
Cohoes, together with a Small Island Lyeing next to the Haever
Island Commonly called by y^ name of Roeloff's Island, and y^
Said Roeloff Gerritse his heirs & assigns are for Ever to have free
grazeing or outdrift for his or There Catle in y^ woods adjoyning
to his Land aforesaid, with all y^ Profites Commodities and ad-
vantages whatsoever to y^ Said Parcells of Land and Islands Be-
longing or in any ways appertaining together with all and Singular
Deeds Evidences & Writteings touching and Confirming the
premises only or any Part thereof with all y^ Right, Title Property
claim and Demand of her y*^ Said Annetie Lievens of in and to y^
Same, to have and to hold y^ Said Parcells of Land Islands &
Premises with there and Every of there appertenances unto y^ Said
Roeloff Gerritse his heirs and assigns to y^ Sole and only Proper
use Benefite and Behooffe of y^ Said Roeloff Gerritse his heirs
and assigns for Ever, in his quiet & Peaceable Possession and
Seizon against all Persones to warrant and for Ever by these
Presents Defend In (Testimony) Wittnesse whereof y^ Said
Annetie Lievens hath hereunto sett her hand and Scale in Albany
this fourth day of february in y« Second year of y^ Reign of our
Souveraign Lord James y^ Second by y^ Grace of God of England
Scotland France and Ireland king Defender of y^ faith Supream
and only Lord of y^ Province of New Yorke annoq. Dom: 168 4

was Signd

Annetie Lievens (L:S)
Sealed & Deliverd
in the Presence of
Adriaen Gerrita Justice of y^ peace
Hendrik Cuyler Justice of y^ peace



1 Read : " to prevent their damaging the corn."

2 Literally: "cripple bush"; a track covered with scrub; a jungle, or
thicket.



338 EARLY RECORDS OF ALBANY

Deed from Johannes Clute to Marten Cregier for land at Can-
astagione in exchange for another parcel of land

[342]^ To all Christian People to whom this Present writeing
shall come John Clute heir to Cap^ John Clute Deceased of
Canastagione in y*^ County of Albany Yeoman Sendeth Greeting,
Know yee that for and in Consideration of anoy. Parcell of Land
Transported to him y^ Said John Clute by Marte Cregier of y^
Same Place Yeoman as by y^ Conveyance upon Record more att
Large doth appear y*^ Receit whereof he doth hereby acknowledge &
thereof and of Every Part and Parcel thereof doe Cleerly and freely
acquitt Exonerate and Discharge y^ S*^. Marte Cregier his heirs
Executors administrators and assigns and Every of them for Ever
by these presents, he the said John Clute hath graunted, Bartered,
Exchanged, Released, Enfifoeffed, and Confirmed and by these
Presents doe graunt. Bargain, Barter, Exchange, Release, Enffoeffe,
and Confirm, unto y*^ S'^. Marten Cregier all y^ land that formerly
Belonged to Dirk van Schelluyne Sometime Secr^. of Albany
Scituate Eyeing and being at Canastagione in this County on
this side of the River haveing the land of y^ S^. Marte Cregier
at the one Side and y^ kill or Creek which is commonly called
Schelluynes kill on y^ other Side Streeching as farr as where
y^ S'^. kill or Creek Comes into the Maquaese River Includeing the
Six morgan or Twelve .acres Confirmed to his uncle Cap^ John
Clute by the late Govern''. Francis Lovelace dated y« 15'^. day of
May 1672 Together with all and Singular y^ Profits Commodities
and appertenances whatsoever to y^ Peece or Parcel of Land and
Premises or any Part or Parcel thereof Belonging or in any wise
appertaining or to or with y'^ Same now or att any time heretofore
Belonging or used occupyed or Enjoyed as Part Parcel or member
thereof and all Deeds Evidences and writteings touching and Con-
cerning y^ Premises only to have and to hold y^ said Peece or
Parcel of Land and all & Singular other the premises with there
and Every of there appertenances unto y« S*^. Marte Cregier his
heirs and assigns to the Sole and only Proper use Benefite and
Behoofife of the said Alarte Cregier his heirs and assigns for Ever
and the said John Clute doth by these presents Covenant promise
and Engage y^ Said Peece or Parcel of Land and Premises so as it
was Given by the Maquaes Indians & Confirmed to y^ Said Dirk
van Schelluyne by Patent with there and Every of there apper-



lAn imperfect copy of the first part of this deed appears on p. 340.



DEEDS 1678-I704 339

tenances and Every part and Parcel thereof unto y^ Said Alarte
Cregier his heirs Executors ad*"^. and assigns in his and there quiet
and Peaceable Possession for Ever by or from any oy''. graunt or
Conveyance whatsoever made or to be made by the said John Clute
or his heirs and assigns In wittnesse whereof y^ Said John Clute
hath hereunto Sett his hand Seale in Albany y^ I5''\ day of Uecemb
1687 in y^ 3"^. year of his Maj^^ Reign

Was Signed

John Clute (L:S)
Signed Sealed & Deliverd
in y^ p''sence of

Hend: Cuylcr Justice of y^ peace
RohK Livingston CI.

Deed from Mohav^^k sachems to Capt. Johannes Clute for land
at Canastagioene (Niskayuna)

[344] We, the undersigned magistrates of Albany and the colony
of Renselaerswyk, declare that before us appeared in their own per-
sons the Maquase sachems Sakodjochquisax,^ Aehagary and [On-
witxjharon, lawful owners representing all others who may have
any claims, who declared that they had sold and Capt. Jan Clute
that he had bought a certain piece of land lying above his pre-
viously purchased land at Canastageone, for the quantity of three
hundred hands of white seawan and nine fathoms of duffel, ac-
knowledging that they were fully paid and satisfied, renouncing all
their rights and claims and granting the aforesaid Capt. Clute [full
power] to dispose of the aforesaid purchased land and of the land
which he bought heretofore, with the kills and creeks and wood-
land as [he might do] of his own patrimonial estate, and to plant,
cultivate and otherwise use the same as he might see fit; which
aforesaid land lies to the west of Roosendal and extends as far as
a kill called Canistahejoene westwards and again southwards from
the kill Canastagioene to Lysjes kilP and thence southwards to
Scherluyne kill -^ and thence eastwards along the kill under the hill
toward Albany, provided that if Marten Cregier considers this pur-
chase in any way detrimental to him, he may have the same privi-
lege of the woods abutting on his lands by paying a proportionate



1 Compare spelling of the name in the signature and in the deed from the
Mohawks for the land at Saratoga, July 26, 1683, on p. 195-97-

2 Now called Lishas kill.

3 Schelluyne kill.



340 EARLY RECORDS OF ALBANY

share of the expense. Thus done without craft or guile and sub-
scribed with their own hands, in Albany, the 4th of November
1682.'

This is the mark X of Sahodi-
ociiQuiZAX, made with his own
hand
This is the mark X of Aihagary,

made with his own hand
This is the mark X of Onwitx-
haron
As witnesses :
Marten Gerritse
Dirk W ess els
Jan Janse Bleeker
C. V . Dyk, scriba pro tempore

Release of all demands from Cataryna Glen, widow and adminis-
tratrix of Jacob Sanders Glen, to Johannes Cuyler

[345] I. the undersigned Cataryna Glen, widow and adminis-
tratrix of the late Jacob Sand : Glen, in his lifetime attorney for
Messrs Isaack and Volcquyn Kip and Tousain Domis, merchants
at Amsterdam, children and heirs, etc., of the late Messrs Guiham,
A'olcquin and Matthias Momma, etc., hereby acknowledge that I
and Johannis Cuyler, attorney of the aforenamed Isack and Volc-
quyn Kip and Tousain Domis, have mutually adjusted, balanced
and settled all particular accounts and dealings that have been be-
tween the aforenamed heirs and masters and Jacob Sand : Glen, and
I therefore release the aforesaid heirs and masters, their heirs, ad-
ministrators and successors forever from all further claims what-
soever, binding thereto my person, my heirs and administrators.
In witness whereof I have signed and sealed this in Albany, this
first of July anno one thousand six hundred and eighty-seven.

Was signed :

Cataryna Glen (L. S.)

Signed and sealed in

presence of.

Dirk Wessells

Johannis Glen

Recorded in Albany, Decemb. 31, 1687



1 Recorded out of chronologic order.



DEEDS I 678-1 704 341

Deed from Annetje Lievens, widow of Goosen Gerritsen van
Schaick, to Harmen Lievense for land at the Half Moon

[346] To all Christian People to whom this Present Writteing
shall come M'*. Annetje Lievens wid^^. and Relict of Cap^ Goose
Gerritse van Schaik Deceased Sendeth Greeting in our Lord God
Everlasting, know yee that for and in Consideration of y'= Quantity
of one hundred and Twenty good and merchandable, Bever skins, to
her in hand paid, att and before y'^ Ensealeing and Delivery, hereof
by Harme Lievense of y^ half moen in y« County of Albany Yeo-
man, y^ Receipt whereof y^ Said M*'^. Annetje Leivense doth hereby
acknowledge and of Every Part and Parcel thereof doth tully
Cleerly and absolutely, acquitt, Exonerate and Discharge y*^ Said
Harma Lievense his heirs Execuf^. Ad", and assigns, hath Graunted
Bargained, Sold, Alliend, Enffoeffed, and Confirmed, and by these
p^'sents, doth graunt, Bargain, Sell, allien, Enffoeft'e and Confirm,
unto y*^ Said Harma Lievese a Certain Peece of land Scituate
Eyeing and being above y*^ Citty of Albany on y'^ west side of
Hudsons River, att a place Commonly knoune by y*^ name of y^ half
moon, which said Land is bounded on y^ north by y^ Pine tree that
stands on y^ west side of a Pool off water or Colk on y^ East side y^
River, on y^ South side y^ Ditch or Sloot that is Behynde y^ house
and Gardin of Pieter Schuyler and Anthony van Schaick, and so
along y^ northermost of y^ said Ditch till you come to y^ fence of
the Said Pieter Schuyler and Anthony van Schaik, that Lyes on y®
East side of y^ Swamp or Creupelboss and So along northwards
the Said fence till you come to anoy"". Ditch, y^ Runns Eastward
into y^ River and up westward along the north side of y^ Said Ditch
y^ Runs into y'^ River till you come to another Ditch that Runns
Southward from that Ditch into y^ Ditch that Runns behynde y^
house of Pieter Schuyler and Anth°. van Schaick, and from y®
End of that ditch that Runns Southwarde with a Straight Line
northwarde to y^ End of y^ Cruepelboss or Swamp that Lyes be-
hynde y^ house of y^ Said Harme Lievese and So Eastwarde as
farr as the northermost bounds of y^ fence that lyes between him
and Jan van Mess Together with free grazeing and outdriftt for his
Chatle, Cutting and heweing of Timber fyrewood ; in y^ woods
mentioned in y^ Patent of Govern'". Lovelace to Cap^ Goose Gerritse
and Cap^ Phil: Schuyler dated y^ 30 or march 1672 now in y^
occupation of Anthony van Schaick ; with all y^ profites Com-
modities and advantages whatsoever to y^ Parcel of Land and
Premises with there and Every of there appertenances unto y^ S^.



342 EARLY RECORDS OF ALBANY

Harma Lievese his heirs and assigns to y^ Sole use Proper Benefite
and Behooffe of him y^ Said Harme Lievese his heirs and assigns
for Ever and in his Quiet and Peaceable Possession and Zeizon
against all Persones to vvarr^ and for Ever by these Presents
Defend: In Wittnesse whereof y*^ S^. Annetie Lievens hath hereunto
Sett her hand and Seale in Albany on y^ fourth day ofif feb : A°. D°.
168& and in y« 2"^. year of y'^ Reign of our Souveraign Lord James
y^ Second by y^ grace of God of England, Scotland, france and
Ireland, king Defend'", of y^ faith Supream and only Lord of y^
province of N : Yorke &

Anxetie Lievens (L:S)
Sealed & Deliverd
in y^ p''sence of
Adricen Gerritse Justis de pis
Hend^. Ctiyler Justice of de peace

Powder of attorney from Cornelis Michielsen to Pieter Wog-
lum, junior, and Jan Becker to manage his affairs during his
absence

[347] Know all men whom it may interest and concern that I,
the undersigned Cornelis Machielse, dwelling in this [city], have
constituted and appointed, as I hereby in the most effectual man-
ner do constitute and appoint, my good friends Pieter Woglum,
junior, and Mr Jan Becker, dwelling in New Albany, my lawful
attorneys, jointly and severally during my absence in all cases to re-
present my person ; to look after and manage my business interests
and afifairs of whatever nature they may be ; likewise of the proper
persons to ask, demand and receive all my outstanding debts,
claims and dues ; the delinquent, if any there be, by legal process
to constrain to fulfil and perform whatever it is my good right to
demand ; to this end notice to serve, protest to enter and persons
and property to attach, against all persons to proceed and either
is plaintifif or defendant all terms of court to observe unto judg-
.nent and final execution thereof ; with power also to agree, con-
tract, compose and compromise ; if need be, one or more persons
I lites to substitute and the same to revoke ; and especially also to
make paymer': for my lands bought of Myndert Fredrikse, smith,
and from him a conveyance thereof to obtain and the same and all
other my immovable and real property to convey and make over to
the buyer or buyers thereof, putting the same in possession, seizin



DEEDS I 678- I 704 343

and ownership thereof and divesting, disinheriting and dispossess-
ing me thereof according to custom and usage there; and further-
more generally and specially all things to do either by or without re-
sorting to law according to the proofs thereof which are herewith
handed to the attorneys or which may hereafter be sent to them
and which for the proper execution and furtherance of the matter
or matters involved may in any manner whatsoever be required or
demanded ; and all as completely and with as much force, power
and authority as I being present in person might or could do the
same and my attorneys may think best and advisable; promising
[348] at all times and irrevocably to approve and ratify what by
my attorneys or their substitutes shall by virtue of these presents
be done, transacted or performed in the matter aforesaid, binding
myself thereto as by law provided. In witness of the truth of
which these are signed and sealed in N : York, the i6th of October
1685.

Was signed :

CORNELIS MaCHIELSE (L. S.)

Signed and sealed in
our presence as wit-
nesses,
Dirk Claesen
Willcm Hoppie
Hend^\ Janse van Feivide

Acknowleged before me, •

WiLLEM BoGARDUs, Notary Public
Recorded.

Deed from David Schuyler and his wife to Pieter Schuyler for
two flats, one-half of lot no. 6 and one-half of the seventh part
of the undivided land in the Saratoga patent

[349] To all Christian People to whom this present writing shall
come David Schuyler of y^ Citty of Albany merchant, and Catelina
his wife send Greeting, Know ye that for and in Consideration of y^
Sum of Seaven and Twenty Pounds Eighteen Shillings Currant
money of this Province to them in hand paid, at and before y^
Ensealeing and delivery hereof, by Peter Schuyler Esq''. Present
Mayor of y*= Citty of Albany, the Receipt whereof y^ Said David
Schuyler doth hereby acknowlege, and thereof, and of every part
and Parcell thereof, doth cleerly and freely, acquitt, Exonerate and



344 EARLY RECORDS OF ALBANY

Discharge y*^ Said Peter Schuyler his heirs, Executors, Adminis-
trators, and assigns, and every of y'". for ever by these p''sents,
They y^ S''. David Schuyler and Catelina his wife, have granted,
Bargained, Sold, aliened, Released, Enfoeffed, Transported and
Confirmed, and by these p''sents, doe fully cleerly and absolutely,
Graunt, Bargain, Sell, Alien, Release, Enfoeff, Transport, and Con-
firm, unto y*^ Said Peter Schuyler, Two Certain Flatts or Plains,
Scituate lying and being at Sarachtoge on y^ East Side of y*^ River,
the one being a Flatt or Plain w^hereon Dubison a Frenchman now
lives, and lyes over against y« lott N°. 2 and 3 belonging to Jan
Jansz Bleeker, and Dirk Wessells, the other Flatt or Plain being
lower Down y'= River, and is Commonly known by y^ Eelant Vlakte,^
wuth y^ woodland adjoyning to y^ Said Vlatts or Plains, as far as y^
Instrument of Partition mentions, dated y^ 15*^. day of April 1685,
Together with y^ half or moyety of all y^ Share of y*^ Said David
Schuyler in Sarachtoge, soe as y^ Same is fallen to him by Lott in y*
Division of y^ Same, being y^ Lott N°. 6, as also y^ half or moyety
of y® Seaventh part of y^ Land undivided at Sarachtoge, and all
other Profitts, Commodities and appurtenances according to y^
Tenure of y^ Patent Granted by his Excellency, Tho : Dongan,
Cap*. Gen^ and Gov'', in Cheifife dated y^ 4^^\ of Novemb 1684;
unto y^ Said David Schuyler and y^ other Six mentioned in y^
Same ; The other half or moyety with y^ Flatt or Plain, lying above
y*^ Land of Cornelis van Dyk Deceased, being N*'. 7 belonging to
Robert Livingston, Together with all and Singular y*^ Profits, Com-
modities, appurtenances whatsoever to y^ S^. Flats or Plains and
Premises or any Part or Parcell thereof belonging, or in any wise
appertaining, or to or with y^ Same, now or at any time heretofore,
belonging, or used, occupyed or Enjoyed, as Part, Parcell or member
thereof, and all deeds Evidences and writings ; Touching and Con-
cerning y^ Premises only, to have and to hold y^ S^. Two Flats
or Plains and all and Singular other y^ Premises, with there and
every of their appertenances, unto y^ S*^. Peter Schuyler his heirs
and assigns, to y« Sole and only proper use, benefit and behoofife,
of y^ Said P"". Schuyler his heirs and assigns for ever and y^ S*^.
David Schuyler doth by these presents Covenant, Promise and
Engage y« S*^. Two Flatts or Plains and premises, with their and
every of their appurtenances and every part and Parcell thereof
unto y^ S*^. P"". Schuyler, his heirs Executors, Administrators or
assigns, in his and their Quiet and Peaceable Possession for ever.



Literally : " Elk Flat."



DEEDS I 678-1 704 345

by or from any other graunt or Conveyance whatsoever, made or to
be made, by y^ Said David Schuyler, or his heirs and assigns. In
vi^ittnesse whereof y^ Said David Schuyler and Catelina his wife
have hereunto Sett their hands and Seals, in Albany y^ Eleventh
day of march Anno Dom: one thousand Six hundred Eighty Six
and Seaven, and in y^ third year of y^ Reign of our Souveraign
Lord James y^ Second by y^ Grace of God, of England, Scotland,
France and Irland King Defender of y^ Faith & Supream Lord of
y^ Plantation and Colony of New York

Signd

Cathlina Schuyler David Schuyler
(L:S) (L:S)

Sealed and Deliverd in y^
presence of

Johannes Wendel Justice of y^ Peace
Livinus van Schaik Justice cf y^ Peace

Deed from David Schuyler and his wife to Robert Livingston
for one flat, one-half of lot no. 6 and one-half of the seventh
part of the undivided land in the Saratoga patent

[350] To all Christian People to whom this present writing shall
come David Schuyler of y*^ Citty of Albany Merchant, and Catalina
his wife send Greeting Know y*^ that for and in Consideration of
y^ Somme of Seaven and Twentee Pounds, Eighteen Shillings, Cur-
rant money of this Province, to them in hand paid at and before y^
Ensealing and Delivery hereof, by Robert Livingston of Livingston
in ye Dutchesse County Gentleman, the Receipt whereof y^ Said
David Schuyler doth hereby acknowlege, and thereof, and of every
Part and Parcell thereof, doth Cleerly and freely, acquitt, Exonerat
and discharge y^ Said Rob'. Livingston, his heirs. Executors, Ad-
ministrators, and assigns, and every of y"^. for ever, by these pres-
ents. They y^ Said David Schuyler and Catalina his wife, have
granted. Bargained, Sold, aliened. Released, Enfoefifed, Trans-
ported and Confirmed, and by these p''sents doe fully cleerly and
absolutely, graunt Bargain, Sell, Alien, Release, Enfoeffe, Trans-
port, and Confirm unto y^ Said Robert Livingston a Certain Tract
or Parcell of Land Scituat lying and being, on y^ East Side of y^
River at Sarachtoge, Beginning at y^ great Kill or Creek that comes
Eastward out of the woods, and Runns into y*^ River being the
Utmost bounds of Sarachtoge on y^ East Side of y^ River, and
goes up y^ Said Great Kill, till you come to the Rifft or Fall of



346 EARLY RECORDS OF ALBANY

waters, and so Southward along y^ River Side to a Certain Kill or
Creek known by the name of Meesen Kill which Kill divides y*
Said Flatt or Plain and the Land of Cornelis van Dyk deceased;
with all y^ wood Land adjoyning adjoyning^ to the said Flatt or
Plain as farr as y^ Instrument of Partition mentions dated y*^ fif-
teenth day of Aprill A°. 1685 whereto this is Refifered together
with y^ half or moyety of all y^ Share of y"= Said David Schuyler in
Sarachtoge, So as y^ Same is fallen to him by Lott in the Division
of y^ Same being y^ Lott N°. 6, as also y« half or moyety of y^
Seaventh part of y^ Land undivided at Sarachtoge, and all other
Profites, Commodities, and appurtenances, according to the Tenure
of y^ Patent, Graunted by his Excellency Thomas Dongan Cap^
Gen'', and Governour in Cheifife, dated the fourth day of November
A°. Dom 1684 unto y^ Said David Schuyler and the other Six men-
tioned in y^ Same, the other half or moyety with the Two flatts, one
whereof lyes over against N°. 2 and N°. 3 and the other calld the
Eelants Vlakte, belonging to Peter Schuyler Together with all and
Singular y^ Profits Commodities, and Appertenances whatsoever to
y« Said Flat or Plain or any part and Parcell thereof belonging or
in any wise appertaining, or to or with y^ Same, now or any time
heretofore Belonging, or used occupyed, or Enjoyed, as Part Par-
cell or member thereof, and all Deeds Evidences and writings
touching and Confirming the Premises only, to h.we and to hold
y^ Said Flatt or Plain and all and Singular other y- Premises, with
their and every [351] of their appertenances, unto y*^ Said Robert
Livingston his heirs and assigns, to y"^ Sole and only Proper use, bene-
fit and Behoofe, of y« said Robert Livingston his heirs and assigns
for ever; and y^ Said D. Schuyler, doth by these p''sents Covenant,
Promise, and Engage, the said Flatt or Plain and Premises, with
their and every of their appertenances, and every Part and Parcell
thereof unto y« Said Rob'. Livingston his heirs Executors Ad-
ministrators or Assigns in his and their quiet and Peaceable Pos-
session for ever, by or From any other Graunt or Conveyance
Whatsoever made or to be made by y^ said David Schuyler or his
heirs and assigns ; In wittnesse whereof y« Said David Schuyler and
Catalina his wife have hereunto Sett their hands and Sealls in
Albany y^ Eleventh day of March Anno Dom: one Thousand Six



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