Indian deed to Bartholomew Vroman and others, of a tract of land, in the county of Albany, beginning by a certain creek, known and called by the Indians Iutrachcogte, where the said creek comes into another which runs westerly, and from thence up and along the said creeck, until it comes to a certain hill, known and called by the Indians Janoentago, and from thence along the said hill, and from thence to the aforesaid creek, where it first begun.
August 30 1742
New York State Archives. Dept. of State. Applications for land grants, 1642-1803. A0272-78, Volume 13, page 126.
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