Indian deed to Hilletie Van Olinda, October 6, 1704

Indian deed to Hilletie van Olinda, accompanying a petition for a patent for a tract of woodland, known by the Indian name of Dewaethoeiacocks, lying on the south side of the Maquase river, being bounded on the north side by Killian Van Ransleaer's patent; on the west by the patent of Peter Hendrick de Haes; easterly down along the said river, by the Kahoos or Great falls, containing about 400 acres.
Watermark, "I.B." with pictorial crest/shield. Native American pictorial "signatures" alongside wax seals. 
Date Original
October 6 1704
New York State Archives. New York (State). Dept. of State. Applications for land grants, 1642-1803. Series A0272-78, Volume 4, page 27b.
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