Indian deed to Gysbert uyt den Bogaert for tract of land on Catskill Creek, 1684

Indian deed to Gysbert uyt den Bogaert, of a tract of land, lying on the north bank of the Cattskill, extending from Boomtie's hook (at the mouth of the Cattskill) up the Hudson river, to a small kill opposite Vastrix Island, thence west to Dirck Teunissen's mill; thence south to the first little kill that flows into Hans Vossen kill, thence along the same, to where it falls into the Cattskill, and thence along the Cattskill to Boomtie's hook.
Date Original
May 26 1684
New York State Archives. New York (State). Dept. of State. Applications for land grants, 1642-1803. Series A0272-78, Volume 2, page 49, side 1.
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