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that he is fully paid therefor to his satisfaction, the last penny with the first" and therefore giving plenam actionem cessam, and full power to the aforesaid Jan Verbeeck, in his aforesaid character [of attorney], his heirs, successors, or assigns, to do with and dispose of the same, as he might do with his patrimonial estate, promising to protect and free the aforesaid house and lot, 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, present and future, nothing excepted, subject to all laws and judges. Done in Albany the -^ of October, 1665.

This mark is set by Cobus -)- Janssen, aforesaid. Jan Verbeeck. As witness, G. Swart. J. V. Bael. Acknowledged before me,

D. V. Schelluyne, Secretary, 1665.

We the undersigned Cornells Van Nes and Jan Van Bael, commissaries of Albany, colony Rensselaerswyck and Schanechtede, testify and declare by thoso presents, that on the day and date underwritten, before us appeared Mr. Jan Verbeeck in character of attorney for Frans Barentee Pastoor and Jacob Tyssen Vander Heyden; the aforesaid Verbeeck acknowledging in his said character that in true rights free ownership he has granted, transferred and made over, and he, Jacob Tyssen Vander Heyden that he had accepted, of a certain house and lot with what is therein fast by earth and nailed, and as the same stands enclosed and fenced, in Albany aforesaid, formerly built by Dirck Bensingh deceased, and received by conveyance from Cobus Janssen, adjoining on the east the highway, on the south Lambert Van Neck, on the west also the highway, and'on the north the aforesaid Vander Heyden; all free and unincumbered, with no claim standing or issuing against the same, except the lord's right, without the grantor's having the least pretension thereto any more; likewise acknowledging that he is fully paid and satisfied therefor, the last penny with the first, and therefore giving plenam actionem cessam and full power to the aforesaid Jacob Tyssen Vander Heyden, his heirs and successors, or assigns to do with and dispose of the same as he might do with his own patrimonial estate; promising, moreover, to free and protect the aforesaid house and lot from all trouble and claims of each and every person, as is right, and never more to do or suffer anything 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, present and future, nothing excepted, subject to all laws and judges.

Done in Albany the •£# of October, 1665.

Jan Verbeeck.

Jacob Teyssen Vander Heyden.
Cornelis Van Nes.
J. V. Bael

Acknowledged before me,

D. V. Schelluyne, Secretary, 1665.

We, the undersigned, Arent Van Curlor and Jacob Schermerhooren, commissaries of Albany, Rensselaerswyck and Schanechtade, testify and declare that Volckert Janse [Douw] and Mr. Arien Van Ilpendam in character of trustees of the estate of Andries Herbertsen. and Cornelia Van Nes, husband and guardian of Maritie Damens, last widow of the late Henderick Andriessen [Van Doesburgh], appeared before us; the aforesaid trustees acknowledging that in true rights free ownership they had granted, transferred and made over, and that he, Van Nes, had accepted, of the just half of a house and lot standing and lying in the Tillage of Beverwyck, now called Albany, the other half of which the aforesaid Maritie Damens is the owner, by virtue of a conveyance by Theunis Theunisse metselaer, to the behoof of the aforesaid Andries Herbertse delivered on the 19th of February, 1660, with all that is fast therein by earth and nailed, as the same stands enclosed and fenced, adjoining to the north Pieter Adriaensc [Soogemackelyk] now Philip Pieterse Schuyler, to the south Adriaen Janse Van Leyden, as it was bid in and bought at public sale by Van Nes on the 29th of April, 1664; all free and unenincumbered, with no claim standing or issuing against the same, except the lord's right, without the grantor's having, holding, or reserving any action or claim thereon, likewise acknowledging that they are fully satisfied and paid by the hands of said Van Nes, the last penny with the first, moreover giving plenam actionem cessam and full power to the aforesaid Van Nes, his heirs and successors or assigns, to do with, dispose of, and sell the aforesaid just half house and lot, as he could do with his own patrimonial estate; furthermore promising to free and protect the said half house and lot 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 their persons and estates, personal and real, present and future, nothing excepted, subject to all laws and judges.

Done in Albany the %\ November, 1665.

Volkart Janse.
Adriaen Van Ilpendam.
Cornehs Van Nes.
A. Van Curhr.
Jacob Schermerhooren.

Acknowledged before me,

D. V. Schelluyne, Secretary, 1665.

We, the undersigned, Arent Van Curlor and Cornells Van Nee, commissaries of Albany, etc., testify and declare that Mr. Andriaen Van Ilpendam in character of trustee of the estate of Andries Herbertsen, and Volckert Janse [Douw] have appeared before us; acknowledging the aforesaid Mr. Adriaen Van Ilpendam in his aforesaid character, that in true rights, free ownership he had granted transferred and made over, and he, Volckert Janse, that he had accepted of the half island that belongs to him, Adries Herbertsen, and Rutger Jacobsen deceased together in company, according to patent by the Heer director general and council of New Netherland granted, of date the 19th of March 1661, and as he, Volckert Janse, bid off and bought the same at public sale on the 26th of June, 1663; free and uinncumbered with no claim standing or issuing against the same, except the lord's right; said island lies in the

North river in the aforesaid colony below Fort Albany; without the
grantor's having, holding or reserving any right, claim or action any
more therein, likewise acknowledging that he is fully satisfied and paid
therefor through the hand of said Volckert Janse the last penny with the
first, giving thereforeplenum actionemcessam wad full power to the aforesaid
Volckert Janse, his heirs and successors to do with, dispose of and sell
the aforesaid half island as he could do with his own patrimonial estate,
promising to protect and free the aforesaid half island from all trouble and
claims of each and every person as is right, and nevermore to do or suffer
anything to be done against the same either with or without law in any man-
ner, on pledge of his person and estate, personal and real, present and
future, nothing excepted, subject to all laws and judges.
Done in Abany the ^ of November, 1665.

Adriaen Van Ilpendam.
Volkart Janse.
A. Van Curler.
Cornells Van Nes,

Acknowledged before me,

D. V. Schelluyne, Secretary, 1665.

We, the undersigned, Arent Van Curlor and Cornelis Van Nes, commisaries of Albany, etc., testify and declare, that on the date of these presents, Volckert Janse [Douw] and Mr. Adriaen Van 11 pen dam as trustees of the estate of Andries Herbertse, Constapel, appeared before us and acknowledged that in true rights, free ownership they had granted, transferred and made over to and for the behoof of Anthony Janse who accepts this conveyance, of a certain lot for a garden, allotment No. 18, adjoining to the south Pieter Hartgers, north and east the highway, and west Jacob Je Brouwer, breadth four and a half rods and length seven rods, as the same lies in fence in the village of Beverwyck now called Albauy; by virtue of a patent for a larger lot by the Heer director general and council of New Netherland granted to the aforesaid Andries Herbertsen of date the 25th of October, 1653 ; free and unincumbered with no claim standing or issuing against the same exeept the lord's right; and without the grantors' having, holding or reserving any further action or claim on the same; likewise acknowledging that they are fully satisfied and paid therefor the last penny with the first; and therefore giving plenam actionem cessam and full power to the aforesaid Anthony Janse his heirs and successors or assigns, to do with, and dispose thereof, as he might do with his own patrimonial estate, therefore promising to protect and free the same from all trouble and claims of each and every person, as is right, with a further promise never more to do or suffer anything to be done against the same either with or without law in any manner, on pledge of their persons and estates nothing excepted, subject to all laws and judges.

Done in Albany, the -J-J- of November, 1665.

Volkart Janse.
Adriaen Van Ilpendam.
A. Van Curler. Anthony Janse.

Cornelis Van iVes.

Acknowledged before me,

D. V. Sohelluyne, Secretary 1665.

We the undersigned Cornelia Van Nes and Jan Van Bael, commissaries, of Albany, etc., testify and declare that on the date underwritten, before us appeared William Janse Schut, dwelling in the aforesaid colony, who declares that in truo righto free ownership he had granted, transferred and made over by these presents, to and for the behoof of Cornells Bogardus, the grantor's certain honse and lot as it came to him from Andries Herbertse, constapel (being the house which the grantor himself caused to be erected on the lot) standing and lying here in Albany, extending from the aforesaid Constapel's gate to the fence of Tryn Clae?se, and further, as the same is enclosed and fenced, according to bill of sale of date the fourth of August, 1662, and other evidences thereof; without the grantor's having, holding or reserving the least action or claim any more against the same; likewise acknowledging that he is fully satisfied and paid therefor, by the hands of Johannes Withart, the last penny with the first; namely, with the sum of eighty-five whole merchantable beaver skins; therefore giving plenam actionem cessatn and full power to the aforesaid Bogardus, his heirs and successors, or the aforesaid Withart, who by virtue of the aforesaid payment has right and claim thereto, to do with and dispose of the aforesaid house and lot as he might do with his own patrimonial estate and effects, promising never more to do or to suffer any thing to be done against the same either with or without law in any manner, on pledge of his person and estate, personal and real, present and future, nothing excepted, subject to all laws and judges.

Done in Albany, -j^- of May, 1666.

WlLLEM JANSEN SCHUET.t
Cornells Van Nes.
Jan Van Bael.
Acknowledged before me,

D. V. Schelluyne, Secretary, 1666.

We the undersigned, Arent Van Curlor and Cornells Van Nes, commissaries of Albany, etc., testify and declare by these presents that on the date underwritten before us appeared Jochem Wesselse Backer, attorney for Pieter Janse de Boer dwelling in the aforesaid colony, who declares that in true rights free ownership, he has granted, transferred and made over, by these presents to and for the behoof of Henderick Bries, shoemaker here in Albany, in a certain house and lot, which he, Bries, purchased of Pieter Janse and at present occupies, by virtue of a patent and of the conveyance thereof of date the 29th of June, 1663, received by him from Jan Lambertse Van Bremen, all according to the purport and contente of the aforesaid deed of conveyance, to which reference has been made in these presente, and which with these presents, shall be handed over to him, Bries, giving him his heirs and successors full power to do with the same as he might do with his own patrimonial estates and effects, without the grantor's (in his aforesaid character) having the least claim thereto any more; likewise acknowledging that he is fully satisfied and paid the last penny with the first, and therefore promising to protect and free the aforesaid house and lot from all trouble and claims of each and every person as is right and especially from the mortgage

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which Pieter Ryverdyngh, has upon the aforesaid house and lot of date the 10th of June, 1664, and for which Jochem Wesselse Backer aforenamed by these presents substitutes him in his place as surety and principal, the grantor and surety promising, furthermore, never more to do or suffer anything to be done against the same, with or without law in any manner, on pledge according to law; all sincere and in good faith. Done in Albany, on the -j% of June, 1666.

Jochem Backer. A Van Curler. Cornells Van Nes. Acknowledged before me,

D. V. Schelluyne, Secretary, 1666.

We, the undersigned, Arent Van Curlor and Richard Van Renselaer, commissaries of Albany, etc., testify and declare by these presents, that on the underwriten date, before us appeared Volckert Janse for Hendrick Jochemse, who declares by virtue of a patent and conveyance of date the 23d of April 1652, and 16th of April of the year 1661, respectively thereof, likewise according to the bill of sale of date of 1$ February, also of this year 1666, that in true rights free ownership ho has granted and transferred to and for the behoof of Philip Pieterse Sehuyler, in a part of the lot of the aforenamed Hendrick Jochemse and the garden over the back street; the lot extending along the street thirty wood feet, in length to the rear to the fence of the brewery of Harmen Rutgers, breadth there the same, the little alley that runs to the garden being comprehended therein, said aforesaid part lot, andgarden lies here in Albany, bounded according to the purport and contents of the aforesaid bill of sale, to which in these presents reference is made, as also by the aforesaid conveyance in the Esopus by Femmetie Albertse widow of Hendrick Janse Westercamp deceased, delivered to the aforesaid Hendrick Jochemse; without the grantor's (in his aforesaid charter) making the last claim any more to the same, likewise acknowledging that he is fully satisfied and paid therefor, the last penny with the first by the hand of the aforesaid Schuyler, therefore giving full power to the aforesaid Schuyler, his heirs and successors or assigns, to do with and dispose thereof as he might do with his own patrimonial estate and goods, promising to protect and free the aforesaid part of lot and garden from all trouble, claims and liens of each and every person as is right, and furthermore never more to do or suffer anything to be done against the same either with or without law in any manner on pledge according to law.

Done in Albany the -fa of June, 1666.

Volkart Janse.
A Van Curler.
R. V. Rensselaer.

Acknowledged before me,

D. V. Shellyune Secretary, 1666.

We the undersigned Jacob Schermerhoorn and Jan Van Bael, commissaries of Albany, etc., testify and declare by these presents that on the date underwritten, before us appeared Jurriaen Janse Groenwout,

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