Descriptions of surveys of lands in Kingstown and Marbletown in Ulster County

Descriptions of a survey of a certain tract of land, by the Round out kill, within the limits of Kingstown, in the county of Ulster, and known by the name of the Plain Field, together with swamp land, amounting in all to 144 acres, laid out for Thomas Chambers, by Phillip Welles, surveyor; and a survey of three pieces of land, containing in all about 90 acres, lying in the county of Ulster, within the bounds of Marbletown, laid out for John Bigges, by Robert Fulertown, surveyor [with draft]. The survey includes sketches of the land in relation to the Esopus river.
Date Original
April 27 1686
New York State Archives. New York (State). Dept. of State. Applications for land grants. A0272-78. Volume 2, page 174.
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