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farming, or the following day, or at furthest within three days after the farming is made, to make a guaging, in presence of the late farmer if he wishes to be present, of the liquors held over by the tapsters and innkeepers, of which wines, beers or distilled liquors found on hand twothirds parts of the receipts, or excise due from the old or foregoing fanner is to be returned and made due to his successor, or the following farmer. The messieurs contractors reserve to themselves the interpretation and amplification of these conditions, and promise the farmer all proper aid and assistance.
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On this -J-g of November, A.D. 1664, Jan Evertse,1 Barent Meyndersen and Rut Arentsen, shoemakers by trade, affirm and declare that they were sent for at the request of Willem Brouwer, on account of dissatisfaction with some leather which he, Brouwer, says he had received from Abel Hardenk (?); therefore, we the deponents, having examined the leather, found that there was fourteen pounds of sole leather and inner sole leather, two skins of Spanish leather weighing one pound one and a half quartern, also a dressed calf's skin prized at two guilders; which as Willem Brouwer says, should be in payment of six ox hides, he is not content therewith, inasmuch as he has too little for his six hides; which aforesaid facts we attest if need be by our solemn oath. Done in Albany ut supra.
This is the mark of X Jan Evertse.
We the commissaries of the court of Fort Orange and village of Beverwyck, declare that we have granted and transferred as by these presents we do, to Sander Leendersen Glen, a house and lot lying in the village of Beverwyck on the hill, length and breadth as it lies enclosed in fence, which we do by virtue of an execution made on Marten Herbertsen of date
, which lot he received by patent from the Heer director general
and council of New Netherland, of date 23d of April, A.D. 1652, and as said Sander Leendersen has paid the promised money to the creditors of said Marten Herbertsen, he is freed from all actions, claims or pretensions, which may hereafter arise.
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In the name of the Lord, Amen j'Be it known by the contents of this present instrument that in the year of our Lord Jesus Christ sixteen hundred and sixty-four on the %% of November, appeared before me Johannes Provoost, clerk of the court of Albany, in presence of the officer Johannes La Moutagne, and the honorable Jan Verbeeck and Evert Jansen Wendel, orphan masters, Cataryn Anderiese De Vog 2 widow of
1 la 1717 one Jan Evertse bad a lot on the east corner of Broadway and Maiden Lane.—Albany AnnaU vi i, 72. In 1661 be was complained of for smuggling shoes.— Dutch Manuscript, u, 716-7.
* Catalyntje Andrieae De Vos was a daughter of Andries De Vos deputy director of Rensselaerwyck; her second husband was Barent Janse Van Dltmars whom she married in 1664, and who with his son was killed in the masBflcre at Schenectady, February 9,1690. Soon after she married her third husband Claes Janse Van Boekhoren whom she also survived, and died in 1712.
the late Arent Anderiese [Bratt], who declares that for God's honor she purposes a future marriage, and before the consummation of the same, she has consented to the following conditions, to wit: that she assigns to her children left by the said Arent Andriese deceased, named Jesie aged 15 years, Ariaentie aged thirteen years, Anderies aged 11 years, Cornelia aged nine years, Samuel five years and Dirck Anderiese aged three years, and promises to pay to them conjointly, the sum of a thousand guilders in beaver currency, and no more, which they shall together receive as their patrimonial inheritance, each his portion at his majority; for the security of which, she, the subscriber, pledges and specially mortgages, her house and bouwery lying at Schanheehtade; whereto by request Anderies de Vos and Juriaen Teunise consent to act as guardians and overseers of said children; furthermore said subscriber promises to bring up said children in the fear of God, to teach them to read and write, to maintain them in food and clothing till their majority and marriage state without diminishing their patrimonial estate; which aforesaid conditions she, the subscriber, promises to abide by without craft or guile, on pledge of her person and estate, personal and real.
Thus done in N. Albany, datum ut supra.
This is the mark of |^ Cataryn Anderies De Vos, with her own hand set.
Jan Verbeeck, a* meester.
Evert Janse Wendel, also as Weesmyster.
Andryes de Vos.1
La Montague. Acknowledged before me,
Johannes Provoost, Clerk.
Appeared before me Johannes Provoost, clerk of the court of Albany, and in the presence of Jan Verbeeck and Jacob Schermerhoorn commissaries of said court, the honorable Sander Lendersen Glen, who declares that he has granted and transferred, as by these presents he does grant and transfer in real and actual possession to and for the behoof of Adriaen Gerritse, attorney for Dirck Janssen Croon, his heirs or assigns, a house and lot lying in the village of Beverwyck on the hill, adjoining to the north the street, to the south Jan Henderickse Van Bael, to the east Jan Tomassen, to the west Wouter Albertse [Vanden UythofF], of such magnitude as it lies in fence, which he does by virtue of a conveyance to him granted by the Heeren commissaries of Fort Orange, and village of Beverwyck; and the grantor acknowledges that he is fully satisfied and paid for the purchase and delivery of the same, by a deduction from an existing mortgage, of five hundred and seventy-six guilders and interstfrom the third of January, at ten per cent, together with a hundred guilders in seewant received in cash; wherefore the grantor promises to free the
1 Audriee De Vos deputy director of Uensselaerswyck was In Beverwyck as early as 1640, and a magistrate in 1648.— O'Callaghan's History of New York. I, 439. Besides Catalyntje he probabl
had two other daughters, Cornelia wife of ChristofTel Davidts (Deeds 164), and wire of Cornelia
De Vos alias Van Schoenderwoert. He had a lot on the west corner of James and Columbia streets (Annals of Albany, viii, 243), afterwards owned by Ilarmanus Wendel 1726 (viii, 312). Also land north of Steuben and west of Pearl streets, (vi, 23, viii. 272); extending from Steuben north on the west side of Pearl street across the Vossen kil now Canal street.— Deeds 1,366.
aforesaid house and lot from all actions, claims or pretensions which may,
Sander Lenrsen Glen.
We the commissiaries of the court of Fort Orange and village of Beverwyck, declare by these presents that we grant and transfer, as by these presents we do, to Sander Leendersen Glen his heirs or assigns, a house and lot lying in the village of Beverwyck on the hill, adjoining to the north the street, to the south Jan Henderickse Van Bael, to the east Jan Tomasse, and to the west Wouter Albertse Vanden UythofT] of such magnitude as it lies enclosed in fence; which we do by virtue of an execution issued against the person of Marten Herbertsen, and by public sale, which lot was granted to him by patent of the Heer director general and council of New Netherland on the 23d of April, A.D. 1652, and as said Sander Leendersen has paid the purchase money to the creditors of said Marten Herbertsen, he is free from all claims or pretensions which may hereafter arise, on pledge according to law.
Done in Albany £$ of November, A.D. 1664.
Jan Verbeeck, as Receiver.
We the undersigned Cornelis Van Nes and Jan Van Bael commissaries of Albany, colony Rensselaerswyck and Schanechtede, testify and declare by these presents, that the honorable David Pieterse Schuyler and Wouter Albertse Vanden Uythoff burghers and inhabitants in Albany have appeared before us; and David Pieterse Schuyler by these presents acknowledges and declares by these presents that in true rights, free ownership he grants, transfers, and makes over to and for the behoof of said Wouter Albertse Vanden Uythoff (who by these presents accepts the same), in a certain lot lying in Albany formerly named Beverwyck, together with the house and barn (?) (yorder getimmer) by the grantor built, standing thereupon, adjoining to the south and east Sander Leendersen to the north the street, and to the west the grantor; the lot being in length to the east six rods three feet, breadth in front on the street one rod six feet eight inches, to the east of Sander Leendersen length six rods and three feet, and to the west breadth one rod seven feet eight inches; by virtue of a patent for a greater lot to the late Annetie Bogardus granted by the Heer director general and council of New Netherland the 23d of April, 1652, and likewise by virtue of a deed of conveyance by Annetie Bogardus to him delivered on the 22d of December, 1660, perfectly free and unincumbered, with no claims standing upon or growing out of the same save the lord's right, without the grantors having, holding or reserving any further right of ownership, action, or pretension therein; also acknowledging that by the hand of the grantee he is fully paid and satisfied therefor the last penny with the first, and therefore giving pltnam actionem ccssam and full authority to the grantee his heirs, and successors, or those who may receive title from him, to do with, dispose of, and sell, the aforesaid house, lot, and buildings thereon standing, as ho might do with his own patrimonial possessions; with a promise neither to do nor permit anything to be done with or without law in any manner whatsoever against the same, but to free the same from all claims and actions of each and every person, on pledge of his person and estate, personal and real, present and future, nothing excepted, under the authority of all laws and judges.
Done in Albany, on the first day of September, 1665, old style.
Davyd Schuiler. Cornells Van Net. WoUTEE ALBERTSEN.
Jan VanBael. Acknowledged before me,
D. V. Schelluyne, Secretary 1665.1
We, the undersigned, Cornelis Van Nes and Jacob Schermerhoorn, commissaries of Albany, colony Rensselaerwyck and Schanectede, attest and declare by these presents, that Juriaen Theunisse [Glasemaker] and Anthony Janse burghers and inhabitants here, have appeared before us, Juriaen Theunisse acknowledging that in true rights and free ownership he grants, transfers and makes over, and Anthony Janse that he has accepted the grantor's certain house, lot and garden, as the same is built, enclosed and fenced, standing and lying in Albany (formerly named Beverwyck), at present occupied by the grantee, as the same was received by conveyance from VVouter Albertse Vanden Uythoff of date the 2d of February, 1660, also a little piece of a lot included therein purchased from the Heeren commissaries, A.I). 1659, or 1660, according to the declaration of Heeren Jan Verbeeck and Evert Janssen Wendelof date3/ oS!;' 1665, the aforesaid house, lot and garden being in length, breadth and boundaries according to the tenor and contents of the aforesaid deeds of conveyance and declaration referred to in these presents and delivered over to the grantee; all free and unencumbered without any claim standing or issuing against the same, save the lord's right, without the grantor's having, holding or reserving any further right or claim of ownership therein, acknowledging according to bill of sale of date the 14th of January, 1662, that he is fully satisfied, content and paid for the same, the last penny with the first, and therefore giving to the grantor his heirs and successors or assigns plenum actionem cessam and full authority, to do with, dispose of, and sell the aforesaid house, lot and garden, as he could do with his own patrimonial estate, promising never more, either with or without law in any manner whatsoever to do or suffer any thing to be done against the same but to protect the aforesaid house, lot, and garden against each and every person and to free the same as is lawful, from all actions, trouble and claims, under pledge of his person and estate, personal and real, present and future, nothing excepted, under authority of all laws and judges.
Done in Albany the V *£;• 1665.
Jurejan Tunsen. Cornelis Van Net. ANTHONY Janse.
Acknowledged before me,
D. V. Schelluyne, Seoretary, 1665.
> Ttala 1» the first paper acknowledged before Dirk Van Schelluyne as secretary of Albany. Hist. Col. iv. 50
We, the undersigned, Gerard Swart officer, and Jan Van Bael, commissaries of Albany, colony Rensselaerwyck and Schanechtede, attest and declare that upon the date underwritten, Harmen Tomassen [Hun,] of Amersfort, married to the widow of Dirck Bensingh, and Cobus Janssen, appeared before us, Harmen Tomassen acknowledging by these presents, that in true rights, ownership, he has granted, transferred, and made over to Cobus Janssen, who accepts the conveyance, in a certain house and lot, with a garden and what is fast by earth and nailed, as the same stand, enclosed and fenced, in Albany, built by the aforesaid Dirck Bensingh deceased, by virtue of a patent formerly granted to him by the Heer director general and council of New Netherland, of date the 25th of October, 1653, together with a little piece of a lot inclosed in the aforesaid fence, which the grantor received from Jillis Pieterse; adjoining to the eastthe highway, to the south _ Lambert Van Neck, to the west also the highway, and to the north Jacob Tyssen Van der Hcyden; all free and unincumbered, with no claims standing against, or growing out of the same, save the lord's right, without the grantor's making the least pretension, on said lot any more; and moreover acknowledging that he is fully paid and satisfied therefor, by the hand of Cobus Janssen, the last penny with the first, and therefore giving plenum actionem cessam, and full power to said Cobus Janssen, his heirs and successors, or assigns, to do with and dispose of the same, as he could do with his own patrimonial estate, furthermore, promising the said house and lot to free and protect from all trouble and claims of each and every person, as is right, and never more to do or suffer any thing to be done against the same, either with or without law'in any manner whatsoever, on pledge of his person and estate, personal and real, nothing excepted, in subjection to all laws and judges.
Done in Albany, the y Ootober, 1665.
This mark -|- is set by Cobus Janssen.
Acknowledged before me,
D. V. Schelluyne, Clerk, 1665.
We, the undersigned, Gerard Swart (Schout) and Jan Van Bael, commissary of Albany, colony Rensselaerwyck and Schanechtede, testify and declare, that on the date underwritten, Cobus Janssen and Mr. Jan Verbeeck, appeared before us, Cobus Janssen acknowledging that he has granted and transferred, and in true rights, ownership made over, and Jan Verbeeck holding the power of Frans Barentse Pastoor, that he has accepted, the grantor's certain lot and house, with what is therein fast by earth and nailed, in Albany aforesaid, as the same stands enclosed and fenced, and was received by purchase, by Dirck Bensingh, and by deed of conveyance, delivered this day from Harmen Thomase [Hun] of Amersfort, present husband and guardian of the widow of said Dirck Bensingh, adjoining on the east the highway, on the south Lambert Van Neck, on the west also the highway, and on the north Jacob Thyssen Van der Heyden; all free and unencumbered, with no claim standing, or issuing against the same, save the lord's right, without the grantor's having the least pretension thereto any more, likewise acknowledging