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husband and guardian of Maritie Tomasse Mingael, deceased, last widow of the late Cornells Theunisse Van Westbroeck,1 and Poulus Martense Van Benthuysen, acknowledging, and he Jurriaen Janse declared that in true rights free ownership he had transferred to and for the behoof of Poulus Martense, in a certain lot upon which he, Poulus, has built a house, which aforesaid lot as enclosed, fenced and bounded lies here in Albany, as now occupied by Poulus Martense, by virtue of a bill of sale of date the 24th of April, 1660, and of a patent for a larger lot of date the 23d of April, 1652, also according to further proofs derived from a highway cut off from this lot, and released from the aforesaid Paulus Martense, furthermore on condition that the fence on the south side, (which now Mary Dyckman- has in use, or dwells next to it) on neither side shall be built up without the assent and permission of both parties; without the grantor's making the least claim thereto any more, likewise acknowledging that he is fully satisfied and paid therefor the last penny with the first, therefore giving him the aforesaid Paulus Martense, his heirs and successors or assigns full power and authority to dispose of the aforesaid lot as he might do with his own patrimonial estate, promising at all times to protect and free the aforesaid lot from all trouble and actions 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 pledgo of his person and estate, personal and real nothing excepted, subject to all laws and judges. Done in Albany, the ^ July, 1666.

Janse,3 aforesaid. A

Poulus Marten. Jacob Schermerhooren. Jan Van Bael. Jan Verbeeck, as guardian. Stoffel Janse Abeel, as guardian. In my presence,

D. V. Schelluyne, Secretary, 1666.

We, the undersigned, Arent Van Curler and Abraham Staets commissaries of Albany etc., testify and declare, that on the date underwritten, before us appeared Tjarck Claesse De With4 farmer in the Esopus, who declares that he has granted, transferred and in true rights free ownership made over by these presents to and for the behoof of Mr. Jeronimus Ebbingh, merchant of New York, in his certain house and lot standing and lying here in Albany, adjoining to the east the highway, on the south side of Hendrick De Backer, on the west side the garden of Hendrick Andriesse [Van Doesburgh] and Lambert Van Neck, and on the north side the garden of Lambert Van Neck, said lot being in breadth in front

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1C. T. Van Westbroeck or Bos, came to Beverwyck in 1631.

9 Maria Bosyns wife of Johannes Dyckman late commits or officer at Fort Orange.

»Jurriaen Janse Groenwout was a licensed butcher in Albany in 1670.—Albany Annals, iy, 19. Still living in 1677.— Deeds 1, 369.

<T. C. De Witt, was a citizen of Beverwck 1057 to 1663 when he was at Esopus.— Deeds, n, 930; Dutch, manuscripts, xv, 48.

on the street thirty-two wood feet and four inches, and in length ten rods, as the aforesaid lot was reoeived by hiin by purchase and delivery from the late Dirck Bensingh, according the deed of conveyance thereof, and the house thereon built by the grantor; with whatever is fast by earth and nailed, free and unincumbered, with no claim standing or issuing against the same, save the lord's right, acknowledging that he, the grantor, is fully paid and satisfied fherefor, by certain lands in the Esopus by way of exchange with said Ebbingh and his wife, Madam Johanna De Laet, received by conveyance of date the 11th of September, 1660, without the grantor's having, holding or reserving the least claim or action any more against the said house and lot, but releasing the same to said Ebbingh his heirs and successors or assigns; promising to protect and free said house and lot from all trouble, actions and incumbrance of each and every person, and furthermore 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 July, 1666.

Tiebck Claessen De Witt.
A. Van Curler.
Abraham Staes.

Acknowledged before me,

D. V. Schelluyne, Secretary, 1666.

We, the undersigned, Jan Van Bael and Abraham Staes, commissaries of Albany, etc.. declare by these presents that on the day under written before us appeared, Bastiaen De Winter dwelling at Schanechtade aforesaid, who declares that he has appointed and empowered by these presents Daniel Janse Van Antwerpen,1 the bearer of this, proposing to depart for Holland, to demand, collect and receive of Mr. Anthony Moore, merchant, at present dwelling at Amsterdam, or wherever his residence may be, a certain sum of one hundred and seventy-seven guilders at 20 stuivers each, the same being due to Mr. Mathys Oosterman dwelling at Meuwes (?) in the Caribean islands, according to obligation of date the 15th of May, 1655, whose right and action the subscriber has by assignment of date the 26th of June, 1658, in the English tongue, whereof a translation and copy of the obligation is placed in the lands of the attorney with this power; for receipts on the same acquittance to pass ; if necessity require it to parry all demands, and in case of refusal to constrain him to payment of the aforesaid sum with cost, damage and interest on the same, with law and rigor of justice, to which end all terms of the laws according to the custom of the place to observe to sentence and extreme execution van dien in cluy$; with power one or more persons ad lites tantum in his place to substitute, likewise to compromise, arrange and postpone, and furthermore to do, transact and perform what he shall think needful and proper; promising at all times to hold good all that shall be done and performed in the matter aforesaid by the attorney and his sub

1D. J. Van Antwerpen was one of the early settlers of Schenectady. He was born In 1685, and 'Mary Groot his wife had a numerous famih raed the Third Flat on the south side of the J llage.

Mist. Col. iv. 51

by Mary Groot his wife had a numerous family. Besides a house lot in Schenectady ho owned the Third Flat on the south side of the Mohawk rirer, about eight miles above the Tillage.

Btitute, without any gainsaying, provided that the attorney be holden when requested to make a proper statement of his aforesaid transactions and receipts. In confirmation of the same the comparant has in our presence subscribed this with his own hand in Albany the ££ of July, 1666.

Babteiaen De Winteb.1 Jan Van Bad. Abram St net. Acknowledged before me,

D. V. Schelluyne, Secretary, 1666.

We, the undersigned, Jacob Schermerhooren and Cornells Van Nes, commissaries of Albany, etc., testify and declare, on the date underwritten, that before us appeared Theunis Willemse, husbandman, young man born in the district of Utrecht at Heyvelt, who declares that he has appointed and empowered by these presents his sister Evertie Willemse dwelling at Utrecht aforesaid with the honorable Heer Van Wulven, specially to demand, collect and receive from the heirs of the late Willem Theunise his deceased uncle, or whom it concerns, payment and satisfaction of an order entrusted with his aforesaid sister upon the aforesaid heirs and others, for what was inherited by him from his father Willem Theunise deceased, and his uncle Barent Theunise deceased, according to the tenor and contents of the aforesaid order; for receipts of the same acquittance to pass, and in case of delay to bring said order to execution, and all terms of the laws to observe according to the customs of the place, to which end if it be needful one or more persons or attorneys (jrrocureuri) to substitute in her place ad lites; likewise to compromise, arrange and assign; and furthermore all things to do, transact and perform, which are needful and she may think proper; promising at all times to hold good all that his sister aforesaid and her substitute in the matter aforesaid shall do and perform without any opposition, provided that she be holden when requested, to make a proper statement of her transactions and receipts. Done in Albany, the ^f of July, 1666.

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Theunis —I— Willemse, aforesaid.

Jacob Schermerhooren. Cornell* Van Nes. Acknowledged before me,

D. V. Schelluyne, Secretary, 1666.

We, the undersigned, Cornelis Van Nes and Rychard Van Rensselaer, commissaries of Albany, etc., testify and declare that on the date underwritten, appeared before us, Nicolaes Meyer, merchant at New York at present here in Albany, who declares that in true rights, free ownership, he has granted, transferred and made over by these presents to and for the behoof of Daniel Rinchout dwelling in Albany in a certain garden

> B. Do Winter, a native of Middleburgh, early settled In Schenoctady^where he sold, in IS hiBhoi Joris i Albanyc— xrrii, 169,180. Notarial Papert. Detdi, n, 788 - 9.

lying in Albany aforesaid, in magnitude accordingto the survey bill thereof (meet brief") of the surveyor, and bounded according to the tenor and contents of the deed of conveyance delivered by Leendert Philipse [Conyn] to the behoof of the grantor on the 23d of August, 1663, in Fort Orange, by virtue of said deed of conveyance and of a bill of sale of date the first of July, 1665, and a later deed of confirmation put on the back of the bill of sale and subscribed by Rinchout of date the 30th of April, 1666, together with a following sentence, of the honorable court here, of date the /, of this month, to all of which reference is made; without the grantor's having, holding or reserving the least action or claim any more on the aforesaid garden; likewise acknowledging that he is fully satisfied and paid therefor through the hands of the aforenamed Rinchout the last penny with the first, and therefore giving plenam actionem cessam, and full power and authority to the aforenamed Rinchout, his heirs and successors or assigns, to do with, dispose of and transact with the aforesaid garden, as he might do with his own patrimonial lands and effects; promising also to protect and free the same from all trouble, actions and claims of each and every person; and furthermore never more to do or suffer any thing to be done against the same, either with or without law, in any manner whatsoever, under pledge of his person and estate, personal and real, nothing excepted,subject to all laws and judges.

Done in Albany, the £J of July, 1666.

Nicolaes D. Meyer.
Cornelis Van Nes.
Richard Van Reraselaer.

Acknowledged before me,

D. V. Sohellutne, Secretary, 1666.

We, the undersigned, Jan Van Bael and Jacob Sohermerhooren, commissaries of Albany, etc., testify and deslare by these presents, that before us appeared Anthony Janse, innkeeper here in Albany, who acknowledges, that he is well and honestly indebted to Jan Van Aecken, in the quantity of five and seventy good merchantable beavers, and to Goosen Gerritse [Van Schaick] for five and twenty beavers, growing out of a matter of money lent on the 2d of September, 1662, to his satisfaction received and employed for the first payment for the house and lot which he at present occupies, transferred to him by Jurriaen Theunisse; which aforesaid respective sums of seventy-five and twenty-five beavers, with proper interest on the same, commencing on the 2d of September, 1662, aforesaid, and running to the full and complete payment, he, the subscriber, promises to pay punctually within the time of one year from date without longer delay, therefor pledging his person and estate, personal and real, present and future, nothing excepted, especially the aforesaid house and lot, to secure the payment thereof if needful, without cost or loss, subject to all laws and judges.

Done in Albany the & of August, 1666.

Anthony Janse.
Jan Van Bael.
Jacob Schermerhooren.

Acknowledged before me,

D. V. Hchelluyne, Secretary, 1666.

We, the undersigned, Abraham Staets and Cornelis Yan Nes, commissaries of Albany, etc., testify and declare, that before us appeared Cornelis Wyncoop, who declares that in true rights, free ownership, he has granted, transferred and made over by these presents, to Claes Ripse [Van Dam] in his certain house and lot which he received by conveyance from Marcelis Janse [Van Bommel], according to conditions of purchase at public vendue on the 10th and 17th of January, 1658, with all that is fast by earth and nailed, and in length and breadth according to the tenor and contents of the aforesaid deed of conveyance and conditions referred to in these presents, as the aforesaid house and lot stands and lies here in Albany, without the grantor's making the least pretension or demand against the same any more; likewise acknowledging that he is fully paid and satisfied'therefor by the hands of Claes Ripsen [Van Dam] the last penny with the first, and therefore givingplenam actionem cessam, and full authority to the aforenamed Claes Ripsen, his heirs and successors or assigns, to do with and dispose of the aforesaid house and lot as he could do with his own patrimonial estate; promising moreover to protect and free the aforesaid house and lot from all trouble, claims and actions of each and every person as is right; and furthermore never 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, nothing excepted, subject to all laws and judges.

Done in Albany the ££ of August, 1666.

Abram Slaes. CoENELIS WYNCKOOP.

Cornelis Van Nes.

In my presence, D. V. Schelluyne, Secretary, 1666.

We, the undersigned, Cornelis Van Nes and Jacob Schermerhoorn, commissaries of Albany, etc., testify and declare, that on the date underwritten, before us appeared Mr. Jan Verbeeck, attorney for his brother-inlaw Theunis Cornelisse [Slingerland], who declares that, by virtue of a patent for a greater lot of date 23d of April, 1652, in true rights, free ownership, he had granted, transferred and made over by these presents, to and for behoof of Willem Bout, in a certain lot received by him, Theunis Cornelise, lying here in Albany, adjoining to the north Jacques Thyssen [Vander Hey den], east and south the aforesaid Theunis Cornelise, and to the west the public street, the lot being in breadth in front and rear three rods Rynland measure, and in length as long as the lot of Jacques Thyssen aforesaid; without Theunis Cornelisse having the least claim on the aforesaid lot, also acknowledging that he is fully paid and satisfied therefor by the hands of said Willem Bout, the last penny with the first, and therefor gWmgplenam actionem cessam, and perfect power and authority to the aforesaid Willem Bout, his heirs and successors, to do therewith as he might do with his own patrimonial effects; promising to protect and free the said lot from all trouble, actions and claims 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 whatsoever, on pledge of his person and estate, nothing excepted, subject to all laws and judges.

Done in Albany the V S SSSSU. WW.

Cornelis Van Nes. Jan Verbeeck.

Jacob Scherme.rhooren.

In my presence, D. V. Schelluyne, Secretary, 1666.

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