Indian deed to Teady Magin, 1754

Indian deed to Teady Magin, for a tract of land, lying in the county of Albany, on the north side of the Mohawks river, between two creeks there, the one called Garoge creek, and the other Caioharon or Canada creek, beginning at the distance of about five miles from said river, on the back of the northerly bounds of the lands there, purchased by George Klock and Wm. Nellis, in behalf of themselves and others, and extending from thence seven miles into the woods, being in breadth the whole distance between said creeks (Oppenheim, Ephratah and Stratford, Fulton Co.).
Date Original
July 5 1754
New York State Archives. Dept. of State. Applications for land grants, 1642-1803. A0272-78, Volume 15, page 112.
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