Indian deed to Walter Butler for land near Fort Hunter, 1735, with assignment of land, 1737

Indian deed to Walter Butler, for all that tract of land in the Mohawks country, beginning at a place called by the Indians Aries creek, running up said creek by the edge of the flatts near Fort Hunter, on the west side to a creek called Tiononderoga, and thence up the said creek round Godority patent till it comes into said Tiononderoga creek again, then up the said creek to Schoharie, containing about 36,000 acres. Endorsed with assignment of James De Lancey, Jacob Glen, John Lindesay and Paschal Nelson, of all their right and title to said lands to George Clark, Lieut. Governor (1737).
Date Original
December 24 1735
New York State Archives. Dept. of State. Applications for land grants, 1642-1803. A0272-78, Volume 12, page 86.
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