Patent. Gov. Colve to John Ogden, Jaspar Crane, Jacob Melyn, Samuel Hopkins, John Ward, Abraham Pierson, senior, and Stephen Freeman, for themselves, and the inhabitants of New Work (N. J.), of a plantation heretofore beloning to major Nathaniel Kingsland, of Barbadoes, in the Caribbees, being two-thirds of a neck of land at Achter Col, between the rivers Pessayack and Hackingsack, extending from the point opposite New Work, to the fall opposite Espatin, which land had been confiscated and sold by auction to the above parties, and the remaining third part to William Sandford of Achter Coll, aforesaid.
November 29 1673
New York State Archives. New Netherland. Council. Dutch colonial administrative records, 1673-1674. Series A1881. Volume 23.2.
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