Indian deed to Lewis Morris and others for land south of the Mohawk river, 1722

Indian deed to Lewis Morris and others, for a certain tract of meadow and woodland, lying on the south side of the Maquaes river, about eleven miles above Fort Hunter, beginning from the east side of a certain creek by the said river side, called and known by the name of Onezereah, and so runs up along the said river to the west side of a brook called Utsogowanhe, and thence into the woods to the depth of one mile in a straight line, embracing all the lands between the said creeks to the distance aforesaid into the woods from said river.
Date Original
January 12 1722
New York State Archives. Dept. of State. Applications for land grants, 1642-1803. A0272-78, Volume 8, page 102.
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