Indian deed to Lewis Morris and others for land south of the Mohawk river, September 6, 1722

Indian deed to Lewis Morris and others, of a certain tract of meadow and wood land lying on the south side of the Maquaes river about twelve miles above Fort Hunter, beginning from the west side of a certain kill by the river side called Utsogowanhe, and so up along the said river westerly to a certain fountain known by the name of Goghnonrede, about a quarter of a mile from the river, then into the woods to the depth of four English miles, carrying the same breadth all the way into the woods as it hath by the said river.
Document of manuscript ink and 12 wax seals on cream-colored, medium-weight laid paper. Round, ornate watermark. 
Date Original
September 6 1722
New York State Archives. New York (State). Dept. of State. Applications for land grants, 1642-1803. Series A0272-78, Volume 8, page 190. 
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