Indian deed to George Klock, William Nellis and others, 1754

Indian deed to George Klock and Wm. Nellis and others, for a certain tract of land lying in the county of Albany, on the north side of the Mohawks river, between Garoge Creek and Caiharon or Canada creek, beginning about two miles and a quarter from said river, at the back or northerly bounds of the patented lands there on the said river, formerly granted to Frs. Henderson and others, but since belonging to said George Klock and others, and extending from thence into the woods two miles and a half, the whole breadth between the said two creeks being bounded towards the east by Geroge creek, towards the north by the lands purchased by Teady Magin, towards the west by Canada creek aforesaid, and towards the south by the patented lands aforesaid, containing about 12,000 acres (Oppenheim, and Ephratah, Fulton county), indorsed.
Date Original
July 5 1754
New York State Archives. Dept. of State. Applications for land grants, 1642-1803. A0272-78, Volume 15, page 126a.
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