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State Street, south side, west of Pearl.
(1). 1734. Barent Sanders bought this lot of the city for £47
reserving the right for a round passage and "to sett ye
city stockadoes."- Alb. An., vm, 300.
In 174*, Luykas Johannes Wyugaard petitions for a
lot west of this which was denied because "too near
the Fort,"—Alb. An., x, 99. In 1792, Robert Yates
owned It.—Alb. An., I, 284.
(2). 1708. Gerrit Lnykasse Wyngaard bought eight feet of
land next to Pieter Van Brugh's, thirty feet deep if not
hindered by the stockades.—Alb. An., iv, 175.
In 1706, Evert Wendel owned this lot, to which was
added 16 ieet on the west side of the same and as deep
as Mr. Van Brugh's, provided it does not include the
round passage; price 46 pounds: in 1724, he purchased
five feet more, making his lot 29 feet wide on Jonker
street.—Alb. An., v, 139; vni, 299. 1792, John Easton
was the owner of this lot.—Alb. An., I, 284.
(3). This lot from 1668 to 1674 was owned by Jochem
Wesselse the baker; in the latter year he sold it to
Ucndrick Cuyler; then the town stockades formed the
rear boundary; in 1703, Pieter Van Brugh, his son-in-
law, owned it.—Alb. Co. Bee, 100; Alb. An., iv, 173.
(4). 1668-74. Jochem Wesselse the baker owned this lot,
when he sold it to Ilcndrick Cuylor; in 1701, it is said
to be "near ye Fort." In 1792, lots 3 and 4 were
owned by Jacob Van Ingen.—Alb. An., i, 284; Alb, Co.
(5). 1669, this lot was patented to Myndert Harmense
Van de Bogart.—Patents. 175; Alb. Co. Bee, 100.
1792. It was owned by Bloomendall.—An. Alb., i, 984.
(6). 1668. This lot was patented to David Pieteree Schuy-
ler.— Patents, 756.
1676. Johannes Wendel.—Alb. Co. Bee., 96,134.
1792. Harmanus Wendel.— Alb. An., I, 284.
(7). 1668. Patent for Stoffel Janse Abeel.—Alb. Co. Bee.,
134; Patents. 636.
1676-80. Johannes Wendel.— Alb. Co. Bee., 134.
1670. The weigh house was on this lot.— Patents, 756.
1792. Roseboom owned it.—Alb. An., I, 284.
(8). The original owner of this lot was Pieter Hangers,
whoso trustees sold it to Hendrick Cuyler in 1667; in
1668, "the cellar where the powder was kept," was on
this lot; 1673, Audries Teller owned or occupied ii. and
in 1676, Jacob Sandcrse Glen; in 1792, Abraham Wen-
del.— Patents, 168, 636, 1098; Alb. Co. Bee, 94, 97,134,
421, 470; Alb. An., 1,284.
(9). The original owner of the western portion of this lot
was Jurriaen Theunisse Tappen, who sold it in 1668
to Cornells Cornclise Viele; 1673, Richard Pretty, also
Capt. Silvester Salisbury, his wife, and Andries Teller,
owned portions of it. In 1680, the whole lot was pa-
tented to Richard Pretty. In 1792, it was owned by
John Stevenson.—Patents, 1098; Alb. Co. Bee., 94, 97,
98, 470; Deeds, in, 79.
(10). 1671. Patented to Capt. Abram Staets; 1680, sold to
Theunis Cornclise, the mason, and Harmc Lievese; in
1792, it was owned by Shephard—Patents, 1098;
Deeds, in, 79; Alb. An., I, 284.
* An Alley, now South Pearl Street, 11 feet 0 in. wide in
1792.—Albany Annals, I, 284.
State Street, south side, between South Pearl and Green Streets.
All the lots on the south side of State, and on the north side of Beaver street, east of Pearl street, until 1680, and perhaps later bounded upon the Ratten kil.
The first reference to Norton street found in the records 1b In Book of Deeds, vol. in, p. 78; in 1680, it was to be laid out as wide as the commissariseen shall see fit, and waa to be extended to Broadway.—See also Deed*, in, US. (1). In 1667 this lot was patented to Cornelia Steenwyck; 1680, Capt. Johannes Schuyler; 1792, Lewis: a portion was taken to widen South Pearl street.—Patents, 431; Deeds, m, 79; Alb. An. I, 384.
(3). 1667. Patented to Gooscn Gerritse Van Schaick; 1703, Anthony Sybrantse V. Schaick, his grandson.— Patents, 431; Alb. An., iv, 138.
The Voddcmarte, or GREEN STREET.