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at all times to hold good and true all that shall be done by virtue of this paper, under pledge of his person and goods.

Done in Fort Orange, in presence of Dirk Janse Croon and Gysbert Van Imborgh,' as witnesses hereto invited, on this 10th day of October, A. D. 1659.

Sacharyas Syckelse.
Dirck Janse Croon.
Gysbert Van Imbroch.

Acknowledged before me,

La Montagne, Clerk at Fort Orange.

Appeared before me Johannes La Montagne in the service of, etc., in the presence of Francoys Boon and Jan Vcrbeeck, magistrates of the same jurisdiction, Thomas Jansen Mingael- who declared that he had granted and transferred, as by these presents he does grant and transfer in real and actual possession to the behoof of Teunis Teunisse Metselaer (Mason) his heirs or assigns, a house and lot lying in the aforesaid village adjoining to the north Mattheus Abrahamse [Van Deusen] 3 to the south Wouter de Ramaecker (window-maker), to the east and West the street, breadth on north and south sides, four rods, length from the one street to the other,4 which said lot was granted by patent to Hage Bruynsen s and by him conveyed to Gillis Pieterse [Timmerman], from whom it was received by conveyence, and acknowledges that he has received satisfaction for said house and lot from the grantee, wherefore he frees it from all claims and pretentions which may hereafter arise on pledge of his person and estate, real and personal, present and future, placing the same in subjection to all laws and judges.

Done in Fort Orange the 2d of November, 1659.

Tomas Janse Mingael.
Francoys Boon,
Jan Verbeec/c,

Acknowledged before me,

La Montagne, clerk at Fort Orange.

Appeared before me Johannes La Montagne in the service of etc., Meyndert Frederickse and Carsten Frederickse burghers and inhabitants of said village of Beverwyck who declare that they have granted and transferred as by these presents they do grant and transfer in real and actual pos

1 Gysbert Van Imborch was a surgeon, and Inhabitant of Wlltwyck.

* Jan Tomase Mingael of New Amsterdam was deceased on 3 Nov. 1649, when his widow Jannetie Martens had the paternal estate settled upon her children.—Dutch Manuscripts, n, 35Hls son Tomas Janse Mingael, settled In Beverwyck and married Maritie Abrahamse, daughter of Abraham Pioterso Vosburgh; he died about 1663.— Dutch Manuscripts, xyu 29; x, 301. He left one son, Capt. Johannes Tomase Mingaei who married Mayke Oothout. His brother Pieter Tomase M. died in 1706.— Church Records. The name early disappeared from the records of Albany.

'Three brothers Van Deusen, viz: Melgert, Matthens, and Jacob, sons of Abraham V. D., settled in Albany countv. By his wife Helena, Mattheus had three sons, Robert, Jan, and Isaac, who became the heads of families.— Church Records,

* Hagc Bmyns of Smallandt bought a lot in New Amsterdam in 1653. In 1666, he owned a lot in Beverwyck.— Dutch Manuscripts. no married Auneke Janse of Holstcyn, 20 March. 1653. Hie son Bruyn Hage born 22 Nov. 165-1, settled in EsopuH and married Geosie Schurmans in New York, 10 Dec. 1081.— Valtntiiu'* Manual.

& Thin lot was on the west side of Broadway between Maiden Luue and Steuben street, runniug back to James street.

session to the behoof of the Honorable Magistrates of Fort Orange and village of Beverwyck a lot for a bouse lying in said village, to the west Rem Jansen [Smith] length six rods four feet and four inches, to the north Jan Dareth in the rear two rods, to the east Jan Harmense, length six rods eleven feet three inches, on the street breadth two rods six feet eight inches, which breadth of said lot extends as far as the present house, with all the title which the grantors have had, and could claim in said place, promising to free said lot from all claims or pretensions which may hereafter arise, on pledge of their persons and estates real and personal, present and future, and submitting the same to all laws and judges.

At the same time have they the said magistrates conveyed said lot again to Jan Costersen Van Aeckensas they the above mentioned grantors have received it, with all the title and pretensions which they have in the same, promising to free the same from all claims, on pledge as before. Done in Fort Orange the 10th of December A.D., 1659, in presence of Johannes Provoost and Lowies Cobussen as witnesses hereto called.

Karsten Fredericksen.
This is the mark of -\- Meyndert Frederickbe, set by himself.

Francoys Boon.

Andrie8 Herbertsen.

Sander Lenrsen [glen]. Johannes Provoost witness.

Acknowledged before me,

La Montagne, Clerk at Fort Orange.

Appeared before me Johannes La Montagne, in the service of, etc., in the presence of Sander Leendersen [Glen] and Jan Verbeeck, commissaries of the same jurisdiction, Marcelis Janse [Van Bommel], who declared that he had granted and transferred, as by these presents he does grant and transfer in real and actual possession to the behoof of Cornelia Wynkoop his heirs or assigns, a house and lot, lying in the Village of Beverwyck, to the south the grantor, to the north Pieter Bronck, to the west the hill, to the east the street; the lot is in breadth, thirty wood feet, and in length according to the patent,- except what was taken for a street, which lot the grantor received by conveyance from Goosen Gerritse [Van Schaick], and Goosen Gerritse by patent from the Heer director general and council of New Netherland, of date 25 October, A. D. 1653, for which house and lot the grantor acknowledges to have received satisfaction and promises the same, to free from all claims, demands and pretensions which hereafter may arise, on pledge of his person and estate, real and personal, present aud future, putting the same in subjection to all laws and judges.

Done in Fort Orange, the 11th of December, A. D. 1659.

Marcelys Jansen.
Sander Lenrsen.
Jan Verbeeck.

Acknowledged before me,

La Montaqne, Clerk at Fort Orange.

Appeared before me Johannes Provoost, clerk of the court of Fort Orange and Village of Beverwyck, Cobus Janssen and the honorable Frans Barentse Pastoor, burgher and inhabitant of the aforesaid village, who declare, in presence of the afternamed witnesses, that, in friendship and amity, they are agreed about the purchase of a house, to wit, that Cobus Jansen sells his house and lot, lying in the Village of Beverwyck aforesaid, with all that is fast by earth and nailed, adjoining to the south Jacob Tyssen Van der Hcyden, and to the north Lambert Albertse Van Neck,' cast and west the street; the lot is as long and broad as it stands in fence, and that for the sum of nine hundred guilders in beavers, which sum the said Frans Barentse promises to pay in three installments; the first on the first of July next coming, the number of forty beavers ; the second installment on the first of July, 1661, the half of the remainder; and the remainder on the first of July, 1662; the first of May next coming the seller grants delivery as also the conveyance, with all the right, title and ownership which the said seller has had therein.

Thus done in presence of Arent Van den Bergh and Jan Cloet, as witnesses hereto invited, on this 10th of January, A. D. 1660, in Fort Orange.

This is the mark of + Cobus Janssen, set by himself. Frans Barentse Pastoor. This is the mark of AVB Arent Van den Bergh., set by himself. Johans Clute, as witness.

Acknowledged before me, Johannes Provoost, Clerk.

Appeared before me Johannes La Montagne, in the service of, etc., in the presence of Andcries Herbertsen and Jan Verbeeck, commissaries of the same jurisdiction, Woutert Albertsen [Van den Uythoff],2 burgher and inhabitant of the aforesaid village, who declared that he had granted and transferred as by these presents he does grant and transfer in real and actual possession to the behoof of Jurriaen Teunissen [Glasemaeker], his heirs or assigns, a house and lot, lying in the said village; the lot is in length to the south of the street, eighteen rods and six feet; to the east, breadth five rods; to the north the kil, length eighteen rods seven feet; to the west Jochem [Wesselse] de Backer [baker], four rods and eight feet, which aforesaid house and lot the grantor received by conveyance from Jochem Wesselse [de Backer], of date the 16th of July, 1658, and Jochem Wesselse by patent from the Heer director general and council of New Netherland, of date the 25th of October, 1653 ; and promises said house and lot to free from all claims, demands and pretensions, which may hereafter come against them; on pledge of his person and estate, real and personal, present and future, and placing the same in subjection to all laws and judges.

Done in Fort Orange, the 2d of Feb., 1660. Wouter Albertsen.
Jan Verbeeck.
Andries Herberts.

Acknowledged before me, La Montaone, Clerk at Fort Orange.

1 Lambert Albertse Van Neck was in Beverwyck, in 1655 ; in 1656 he was fined for an assault, committed in tbe colony, and in 1660 was complained of for opposing the collection of the chimney tax.— Dutch Manuscript*.

3 In 1657, Wontcr Albertse bought a lot in Beverwyck, bounded cast and south by the river and the [Kutten] kil and norlh by tlio Alley [State street t\.— Iktds. I, 73.

Appeared before me Johannes La Montagne, in the service of, etc., in the presence of Sander Leendersen [Glen] and Jan Yerbeeck, commissaries of said jurisdiction, Teunis Teunissen Metselaer, who declared that he had granted and transferred as by these presents he does grant and transfer in real and actual possession, to the behoof of the honorable Anderies Herbertsen and Philip Henderickse [Brouwer], their heirs or assigns a house and lot, lying in the village of Beverwyck, adjoining to the north Pieter Adriaensen [Soogemackelyck], to the south Adriaen Janse Van Leyden, east and west a street, length and breadth according to the patent, which Carsten Janssen received from the Heer director general and council of New Netherland, of date the 25th of October, A. D. 1653; for which house and lot the grantor acknowledges he has had satisfaction and promises to free the same from all claims, demands or pretensions which may hereafter arise against the same; pledging his person and estate, real and personal, present and future, subjecting the same to the force of all laws and judges.

Done in Fort Orange, the 19 Feb., 1660.

Teunis Teunisse Metselaer.
Jan Verbeeck.
Sander Lenrsen.

Acknowledged before me,

La Montagne, Clerk in Fort Orange.

Appeared before me Johannes La Montagne, in the service of, etc., in the presence of Sander Leendersen [Glen] and Jan Verbeeck, commissaries of said jurisdiction, the honorable Anderies Herbertsen, who declared that he had granted and transferred as by these presents he does grant and transfer, in real and actual possession, to the behoof of Leendert Philipse [Conyn], burgher and inhabitant of the aforesaid village, his heirs or assigns, a house, lot and garden, lying in said village of Beverwyck, adjoining to the north Pieter Bronk, to the south Jan Verbeeck, length and breadth according to the specification of the patent to the grantor, given by the heer director general and council of New Netherland, in the year 1652; for which house, lot and garden the grantor acknowledges that he has received satisfaction and promises to free the same from all claims, demands and pretensions, which may hereafter arise, on pledge of his person and estate, real and personal, present and future, putting the same in subjection to all laws and judges.

Done in Fort Orange, the 19th of Feb., A. D. 1660.

Andries Herberts.
Jan Verbeeck.
Sander Lenrsen.

Acknowledged before me,

La Montagne, Clerk in Fort Orange.

Appeared before me Johannes La Montagne, in the service of, etc., in the presence of the honorable Francoys Boon and Jan Verbeeck, commissaries of the same jurisdiction, Jurriaen Teunisse [Glazemacker], burgher and inhabitant of said village, who declared that he had granted and transferred, as by these presents he does grant and transfer, in real and actual possession, to the behoof of Andeiies Herbertsen, also burger and inhabitant of the aforesaid village of Beverwyck; his heirs or assigns, a

house and lot, lying in the village of Beverwyck, adjoining to the south the street, to the east and west a road, length and breadth ten rods with a piece of a lot, also to the south of the house about twenty-three feet, which lot the grantor by patent received from the Heer director general and council of New Netherland. At the same time said Anderies Herbertsen transferred the aforesaid house and lot, as also the piece of a lot, lying on the side of the house, to Jan Martense de Wever, or those who may hereafter receive title from him, and that in real and actual possession and ownership, also the aforesaid grantors acknowledge that they have had satisfaction, and they accordingly promise to free the same from all demands and pretensions, wh'ich may hereafter arise against it, pledging their persons and estates, real and personal, present and future, putting the same in subjection to all laws and judges. Done in Fort Orange, the 24th of Feb., 1660.

Jurejan Tunsen. Andries Herberts. Francoy* Boon. Jan Verbeeck. Acknowledged before me,

La Montaone, Clerk at Fort Orange.

Appeared before me Johannes Provoost, clerk of the court of Fort Orange, etc., in the presence of the afternamed witnesses, Cornells Woutersen, and declared that he had appointed and empowered as by these presents he does Jan Anderiessen [Cuyper?], in the subscribers name and for his sake to demand collect and receive from Cornells Pieterse Hoogenboom,1 at present living at Amsterdam, in New Netherland, the sum of ten and a half beavers and a hundred and forty guilders in seewant, growing out of money disbursed; for the receipt acquittance to pass, which shall be valid, as though given by the subscriber himself; further to do and perform all for the obtaining of said sum, as the subscriber aforesaid himself being present might or could do, and if the matter requires more special authority than stands expressed in this paper, promising at all times to hold good and true whatever shall be done by virtue of this paper, on pledge of his person and estate.

Thus done in Fort Orange, in the presence of Daniel Verveelen and Jan Pieterse Muller, as witnesses hereto called, on the 30th of April, 1660.

CORNELIS WOUTERSE.
Jan Pieterse Mulder.
Daniel Verveelen.

Appeared before me Johannes La Montagne, in the service of, etc., in the presence of Sander Leendersen [Glen] and Jan Verbeeck, commissaries of said jurisdiction, Jacques Tyssen [Van der Heyden], who acknowledged that he is honestly and truly indebted to Teunis Spitsbergen and Barent Pieterse [Coeymans, the miller], in the sum of one hundred and seven and twenty guilders for board, which the aforesaid

1 Cornells Pieterse Hoogeboom engaged to work for Gerrlt Slichtenhorst at tile making from January to November, 1664, for sixty beavers, half in tiles. He, afterwards, associated with himself Jan Andriesc De Graaf, and set up the tile and brick making business in New York.— Valentine's Manual. After the death of himself and wife Jannetle, his heirs petition for the survey of the Great Vly in Kingston, owned by him In his life time.—English Manuscripts.

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