Patent of Annetie Jans for land on Manhattan Island

Patent. Annetie Jans, widow of rev. Everardus Bogardus; 31 morgens of land, beginning at the palisades by the house on the strand of the North river, thence running northeast along the shore 210 rods to the fence of old Jan's land, thence south and by east to the cripple bush, or swamp, thence southwest 160 rods, then west to the strand 50 rods; also, the land lying south of the above house, between the palisades and the company's land, Manhattan Island, (this tract is now owned by Trinity Church, New York).
Date Original
July 4 1654
New York State Archives. New Netherland. Council. Dutch colonial patents and deeds, 1630-1664. Series A1880. Volume HH.
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