Indian deed to Petrus Van Driessen and Johannes Ehl, 1732, p. 38

Indian deed to Petrus Van Driessen and Johannes Ehl, ministers of the Gospel, of all that tract of landlying in the county of Albany, on the north side of the Mohaks river, beginning at the westernmost corner of the land granted to Francis Harrison and Company, on the bank of said river, and runs northeasterly along the bounds of said tract two English miles and a half, then northwesterly one mile and a half, then southwesterly two miles and a half, to the Mohawks river, and down the same to the place where it began. The land was paid for with 62 pounds, and 10 shillings.

Text on recto and verso. Watermark "shield" with counter-mark initials, "K W M"; 16 wax seals. 
Date Original
May 9 1732
New York State Archives. New York (State). Dept. of State. Applications for land grants, 1642-1803. Series A0272-78, Volume 11, page 38, side 1.
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