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Township No. 42 divided into 127 lots; very few lots granted: township No. 45, township No. 50, divided into lots and sold by the state Van Driesen Petrus' Patent.—Date, 1737; 1,000 acres; Petrus Van Driesen, patentee.
Van Driesen John's Patent.—Date, 1786; 428 acres; John Van Driesen, patentee.
Van Home's Patent.—Date, 1731; 8,000 acres; Abraham Van Horne, Wm. Provoost, Philip Livingston and Mary Burnet, patentees Vaughan's Patent.—Date, 1770; 8,000 acres; John Vaughan, Cornelius Cuy
ler, Abm. Cuyler, Henry Cuyler, Catharine Cuyler, Andrew Meyer, Adam Borgerand James Stephenson, patentees. Vrooman's Patent.—Date, 1790; 9760 acres; Isaac Vrooman, patentee. Vrooman's Patent.—Date, 1786; 4,000 acres; Isaac Vrooman, patentee. Vrooman's Patent.—Date, 1790; 433 acres; Isaac Vrooman. Watson James' Tract.—Date, 1792. This appears to be part of the 1,900,000 acres granted to Alexander Macomb, January 10, 1792. Winne's Patent.—Date, 1741; 2,000 acres; Peter Winne, patentee. [There is a tract of 4,000 acres in Canajoharie granted to Peter Winne and James Dillon in 1741].
Walton's Patent.—Date, 1768; 12,000 acres; Wm. Walton, Jun., Jacob Walton, Thomas Walton, Gerard Walton, Abm. Walton, Anthony Van Dam, John Van Dam, Robert Ross Waddell, John Keen, Wm. Ross, Robert Hyslop and Christopher Dudley, patentees.
Young's Patent.—Date, 1752; 14,000; Theobald Young, Adam Young, Frederick Young, Andries Young, Gerrit Staats, Henry Douw, Jacob Ten Broeck, Gerardus Groesbeck, Benjamin Nicoll, Henry Holland and Cornelius Ten Broeck, patentees.
JVb. 3. Referred to at page 201.
[Land Papers, vol. XVI, 45.] To the Honble. Cadwallader Colden, Esqr., President of His Majesty's Council and Commander in Chief of the Province of New York and the Territories depending thereon in America:
The Petition of Sir William Johnson, Baronet, Ferrall Wade, George F. Cheap, James Rogers, Dennis Madden, John Johnston, William Johnston, Peter Frax, Michael Russell, Wilhelmus Russel, Paul Reiter, Philip H. Klyne, John Spangenbergh, Lucas Veder, Lawrence Eman, Michael Sallenger, Matthias Link, Hanthy Creitz, George Stam, George Stam, Junr., Peter Cooley, John Johnson, Peter Servis, Christopher Servis, Francis Rupert, Adam Rupert, Hannis Wert, Andreas Snyder, Conradt Creitzenbergher, Conradt Smith, Jonathan French, Jacob Pickle, Hannis Wolfe Barlet, Augustus Eikler, Jacob Sefer, Johannis Alt, Bastian Steenmyer, Stephen Kipp, George Kipp and Peter Frederick. Humbly Showeth;
That there is a Tract or Parcel of Vacant Land, situate lying and being in the County of Albany on the North side of the Mohawks River near to the Conajoharie Castle, and beginning at the Northwesterly Corner of the Rear line of a Patent or Tract of land purchased by the late Teady McGin and others and lately surveyed by his Widow Sarah McGin, which Corner or beginning is on the Bank of a Creek or Kill called by the Indians Dekayoharonwe, and about thirteen miles from the Mohawks River, which Creek falls into the said Mohawk River about Two hundred Yards below Fort Hendrick or Conajoharie Castle, thence running from the Said Northwesterly Corner of saidMcGin's rear line a Westerly Course to the West bank of another Creek or Kill, called by the Indians Deyoshtoraron, by the Christians Canada Kill at Burnetsfleld, from thence down along the West side of the said Creek or Kill to the Lands Patented formerly, So down to the Mohawk River then Running round the Several Tracts of Land already Patented within the Above mentioned two Creeks, and taking in all the Vacant Lands between the said two Creeks from the Rear Line Quite to the Mohawks River, Containing about Forty Thousand Acres of Land; which your Petitioners are desirous immediately to settle and improve, being willing to submit to such Restrictions as to the Settlement or Cultivation of the said Tract of Land as shall be judged Reasonable.
Your Petitioners therefore humbly Pray Your Honour will be favourably Pleased to Grant to them Your Honour's Lycense to purchase in his Majesty's Name of the Native Indian Proprietors thereof the Quantity of Forty Thousand Acres of the Tract of Land above described in Order to enable them to obtain his Majesty's Letters Patent for one Thousand Acres to each of the Petitioners, Under the Quit Rent Limitations and Provisoes directed and Appointed in his Majesty's Instructions.
And Your Petitioners as in duty bound shall ever Pray, &c.
Wm. Johnsok, In behalf of himself and his Associates.
New York, 27th March, 1761.
8th July, 1761, Read and referred to a Committee.
[Council Minutes XXIII, 368.] At a Council held at Fort George in the City of New York, on Wednesday the Eighth day of July, 1761. Present: The Honoble Cadwallader Colden, Esqr., President and Commander In Chief &ca.; Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Horsemanden, Mr. Chambers, Mr. Smith, Mr. Watts, Mr. Walton. The Petition of Sir William Johnson, Baronet, Ferrall Wade, George F. Cheap, James Rogers, Dennis Madden, John Johnston, William Johnson, Peter Frax, Michael Russell, Wilhelmus Russell, Paul Reiter, Philip H. Klyne, John Spangerburgh, Lucas Veder, Lawrence Eman, Michael Sallenger, Mathias Link, Hanthy Creitz, George Stam, George Stam, Junr., Peter Cooley , John Johnson, Peter Servis, Christopher Servis, Francis Rupert, Adam Rupert, Hannis Wert, Andreas Snyder, Conradt Creitzenbergher, Conradt Smith, Jonathan French, Jacob Eickle, Hannis Wolf Barlet, Augustus Eikler, Jacob Sefer, Johannis Alt, Bastian Steenmyer, Stephen Kip, George Kip and Peter Frederick was presented to the board and read, setting forth that there is a Tract or parcel of vacant Land situate, Lying and being in the County of Albany, on the North side of the Mohawks River, near to the Conajoharie Castle, and beginning at the Northwesterly Corner of the Rear line of a Patent or Tract of Land purchased by the Late Teady McGin and others, and lately surveyed by his Widow Sarah McGin, which Corner or beginning is on the Bank of a Creek or Kill, called by the Indians Dekayoharonwe, and about Thirteen miles from the Mohawks River, which Creek falls into the said Mohawks River about Two hundred Yards below fort Hendrick or Conajoharie Castle, Thence running from the said Northwesterly Corner of the said McGin's rear Line, a westerly Course to the West bank of another Creek or Kill, called by the Indians Deyoshteraron, by the Christians Canada Kill at Burnets field, from thence down along the West side of the said Creek or Kill, to the Lands patented formerly, so down to the Mohawk River, then Running round the several Tracts of Land already Patented within the above mentioned two Creeks, and taking in all the Vacant Lands between the said Two Creeks from the Rear line Quite to the Mohawks River, Containing about forty thousand acres of Land, which your Petitioners are desirous Immediately to settle and improve, being willing to submit to such Restrictions as to the Settlement and Cultivation of the said Tract of Land, as shall be judged Reasonable; and therefore humbly praying a Lycence to purchase in His Majesty's name, of the Native Indian Proprietors thereof, the Quanty of Forty thousand acres of the said Tract of Land, in order to Enable the Petitioners to Obtain His Majesty's Letters Patent for One Thousand Acres to Each of the Petitioners.
On Reading whereof it is Ordered that the said Petition be Referred to the Gentlemen of the Council or any five of them.
No. 4. Referred to at page 243.
MEMBERS OF THE HERKIMER COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY, AND DATES OF ADMISSION.
1806. Westel Willoughby, Jr., George Rogers, Andrew Farwell, Amos Haile, Jonathan Sherwood, Rufus Crain, Isaac Sears, Abijah Tombling, David Perry, John Eastman, Samuel Redfield.
1807. Benjamin Hazen, Nathan Harwood, Jacob Abrams, William Frame, James Hadley.
1808. Francis Smiley, James Kennedy, Jacob L. Sherwood.
1809. Asa Flint.
1810. Nathaniel Jacobs, Harvey W. Doolittle, Josiah Noyes. 1812. Roland Sears.
1813. David Dixerson, Seth S. Beck.
1814. William R. Ellis, Nathan S. Willard.
1817. John Warner.
1818. Martin L. Bryan, John Holmes.
1819. Calvin W. Smith, Stephen Todd.
1820. Abel Millington, Benjamin G. Ellis, Bryant Burwell, Elijah Hanchet.
1821. Caleb Budlong, Silas Clark, Jonathan Averill, Thomas Phelon, Sylranns Dewey, Warren Day.
1822. James Carder, Abel Hannahs.
1823. Abner N. Clark, Hozea Hamilton, Elisha Powell, Lester Green.
1824. Moses Johnson.
1826. John R. Brown, Hubbel Lowrie, James McGee, William Noble.
1827. J. S. Spaulding, Henry Lockwood, William Van Zant.
1828. David Coon, Albert W. Bowen, Francis B. Etheredge, Peter Sherwood.
1829. David Bingham, Peter P. Murphy, Guy Marshal, Bonaparte Philio, Elias Palmer, Daniel Belknap, Jr., Ezra A. Mulford, Z. Waldo Bingham, Professor Allen.
1830. Daniel Harvey, Ira C. Backus, Nelson Isham.
1831. Killhorne Hannahs, Alfred Ladd, Justus H. Vincent, John De Lamater, William Mather, Shadarick N. Vincent, Alfred E. Varney.
1832. Hiram Hadley, Preston Chamberlin, Walter Booth.
1833. James F. Johnson, Meazer Hall, Andrew F. Doolittle.
1834. Al-Frederick Smith, Elisha Powell, Nathan Spencer, David I. Pashall, John Everett.
1835. Brazilla Budlong, Abram Snyder, Simon Goodell.
1836. Leonard Haskins, C. L. Easton, James Wheeler.
1837. Charles Shepard.
1838. James M. Row, Amos Rolan, Abel Green, Alanson White, Calvin A. Griffith.
1839. Dr. Gaylord, Dr. Loomis.
1840. Silas A. Ingham, Ira Smith, W. H. Parkhurst, Milton W. Gray.
1841. Peter Hawn.
1842. John H. Champion, Charles W. Fox.
1843. Coe, Williams.
1844. Harvey Hunt, George Beakley, Horace Day, Stephen Turtelott.
1845. Adam Miller.
1848. S. R. Millington, P. Pruyn.