Indian deed to Jacob Frederick Lawyer, William Bauch and Heromimus Kreisler, 1744

Indian deed to Jacob Frederick Lawyer, William Bauch and Heronimus Kreisler, of a certain tract of land, lying in the south and south west of Schoharie, in the county of Albany, and begins at the foot of a hill called Furberg, then with a straight line to the north east corner of a patent granted to Capt. Edward Clarke, then westerly along the line of the aforesaid land to Schoharrie creek river, then one mile more westerly into the woods from said river, then northerly to a creek, called by the Indians, Oneyagine, and by the Christians, Stone creek, then one mile more northerly from said Stone creek, then easterly to the south west corner of the great patent of Schoharie, granted to Myndert Schuyler, Peter Vonbrugh and others, including all the lands on both sides of Schoharie river, between the before mentioned patents, that were not sold before (Schoharie county).

Certificate of Johannes Lawyer, that the Indians received full payment from Jacob Frederick Lawyer, William Bauch and Heronimus Kreisler.
Date Original
April 17 1744
New York State Archives. Dept. of State. Applications for land grants, 1642-1803. A0272-78, Volume 15, page 15.
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