Indian deed to Captain John Scot for land on the Mohawk river, 1720

Indian deed to John Scot, for a tract of land on the south side of the Mohaugs river, bounded by the said river northerly, beginning over against Capt. John Collins' old barn then easterly along the Mohaugs to the second creek commonly called by the Dutch the Mudder kill, and it runs into the Mohaugs river, and from the said river from the east and west bounds take in all the meadow land southerly to the hills.
Date Original
July 11 1720
New York State Archives. Dept. of State. Applications for land grants, 1642-1803. A0272-78, Volume 7, page 185.
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