Indian deed to Johannes Lawyer and Phillip Bergh of land near Schoharie, 1752

Indian deed to Johannes Lawyer and Phillip Bergh, of two several tracts of land situate near Schohary, in the county of Albany, the first being about four miles east of Schohary, and beginning at the easternmost corner of a small tract of land granted to Lewis Morris and Andries Coeiman, thence running to Kings creek, and containing about 2,800 acres, the other of the said tracts being about one mile west from Schohary, and containing 200 acres.
May 1 1752
New York State Archives. Dept. of State. Applications for land grants, 1642-1803. A0272-78, Volume 14, page 146.
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