Indian deed to Cornelius Van Ness, Stephen Van Renselaer and others of land on the Hudson River, 1732 Affidavit of Stevanus Groesbeek relating to an Indian deed relation to Cornelius Van Ness and others, 1734

Indian deed to Cornelius Van Ness, Stephen Van Renselaer and others, of all the certain tracts of land, on the east side of Hudson's river, on a certain brook called Maroomskaak, which runs into the Hoosick kill, near a place called Sanckhaick, beginning from the bounds of Hoosick patent, and so about easterly and north easterly up along both sides of the said brook, and another brook, called Maquaemkaeck, until it takes in the quantity of 12,000 acres. Affidavit of Stevanus Groesbeek, one of the subscribing witnesses, in relation to the signing of an Indian deed to Cornelius Van Ness, Stephen Van Renselaer and others.
Identifier
NYSA_A0272-78_V11_p089
Date
August 3 1734;
Language
English
Source
New York State Archives. Dept. of State. Applications for land grants, 1642-1803. A0272-78, Volume 11. page 89.
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