Deed. Ephraim Herman, agent of his father Augustyn Herman, to the widow and curators of the estate of the late Nicholas Davids of Backstable, New England, of a tract of land in the bay opposite Staten Island, south of the Raritan kil, beginning at the first kil called Kehackanick, thence running north along the bay to the Raritan kil aforesaid, thence westward up to the great kil Wackonabeck, which runs southerly, as purchased by said Augustyn Herman from the Indians, 28 March, 1651, and patented to him by Philip Carteret, 16 Nov. 1666 (New Jersey).
February 10 1674
New York State Archives. New Netherland. Council. Dutch colonial administrative records, 1673-1674. Series A1881. Volume 23.2.
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