Patent of Andries Herpertsen and Rutger Jacobsen for a small island in the North river

Patent. Andries Herpertsen and Rutger Jacobsen; a small island in the North river, about 2 (Dutch) miles below Fort Orange, nearly opposite Bethlehem, called in the Indian tongue Packonakellick, alias Mahicanders island; on condition that the grantees shall surrender the same, if, on adjustment of the bounds of Renselaerswyck, it should be found within that colonie.
Date Original
March 10 1661
New York State Archives. New Netherland. Council. Dutch colonial patents and deeds, 1630-1664. Series A1880. Volume HH.
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