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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.

We, the undersigned, Jan Van Bael and Abraham Staes, commissaries of Albany, etc., testify and declare that on the date underwritten, before us appeared Claes Ripsen [Van Dam] master carpenter here in Albany, who declares, that in true rights, free ownership, he had granted, transferred and made over by these presents to and for the behoof of Omy La Grand, master tailor, in a certain house and lot (together with the just lowermost half of the lot lying thereby, to be measured from the top to the bottom, as the lot stands in its enclosure and fence), standing and lying here in Albany, and by him, La Grand, at present occupied, according to the bill of sale of date ^f of January last, and by virtue of a conveyance of a greater lot from Cornells Wyncoop to him delivered on the £$ of the month of August last, whereto reference is herein made, without the grantor's making the least claim any more to said house, lot and just half lot; also acknowledging that he is fully paid and satisfied by the hands of said La Grand therefor, the last penny with the first, and therefore giving plenam actionem cessam, and full power and authority to the aforesaid La Grand,' his heirs and successors, to do with and sell the same as he might do with his own patrimonial effects; furthermore promising to protect and free the aforesaid house lot and just half lot from all trouble, actions and claims of each and every person as is right, and never more to do or suffer anything to be done against the same, 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 f^ of August, 1666.

Claes Ripsen Van Dam.
Jan Van Bael.
Abram Staes.

Acknowledged before me,

D. V. Schelluyne, Secretary, 1666.

We, the undersigned, Abraham Staets and Jan Van Bael, commissaries of Albany, etc, testify and declare by these presents, that on the date underwritten,before us appeared Willem Bout, who declared by these presents, that in true rights, free ownership, he had granted, transferred and made over to and for the behoof of Jan Clute, in a certain house and lot standing and lying in Albany, adjoining to the north Jacques Thyssen [Van der Heyden], to the east the lot on which the mill of Heer Rensselaer has stood, to the south Theunis Cornelisse and to the west the highway; by virtue of a conveyance passed on this Vtfof hjfumbn, 1666, breadth in front on the street thirty wood feet, and length to the aforesaid lot of Heer Rensselaer; without the grantor's making the least claim thereto any more, likewise acknowledging that he is fully paid and satisfied therefor by the hands of Jan Clute, the last penny with the first, and therefore giving plenam actionem cessam, and full power and authority to the aforesaid Jan Clute, his heirs and successors, to do with the same as he could do with his own patrimonial effects; promising moreover to protect and free the same from all trouble, claims and actions of all and every person as is right, and furthermore, never more to do or suffer anything to be done against the

'Omy Do La Grange had by his wife, Annetje De Vries, Are sons, Omy, Johannes, C hristtaan, and Isaac, all of whom had families. The lather early purchased land on the Normans kl], where most of his sons settled.

same, either with or withoutlaw, in any manner whatsoever, on pledge of his person and estate, nothing excepted, subject to all laws and judges. Done in Albany the VS !? £££u, 1666.

This mark /—I -* is set by

Willem *j\ Bout, aforenamed.

Abram Staes.
Jan Van Bad.
Acknowledged before me,

D. V. Schelluyne, Secretary, 1666.

In Beverwyck, Anno 1656, on the 13th of May, we, the undersigned commissaries, acknowledge that we have contracted and agreed with Jan Van Aecken, that we shall have the liberty to set the church as far on his smithy (in tyn smit), as the width of the door, on condition that we set up his house according to the regulation (op de Rooye) of Rem Janssen [Smit], and leave a proper lot for the bakery and remove the great house at our own expense. Was subscribed,

Rutgeb Jacobsen.
Andbieb Hebbebtsen.
This is the mark |-| of Goosen Gebbitse [van Schaiok.]
Dibck Janssen Cboon.

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Jacob Janse Schermerhoorn.
Philip Pieterse [Schuyler].

After a collation with the original of date, and subscription as above, this
copy was found to agree therewith.
In Albany the £| of March, 1667.
By me

D. V. Schelldyne, Secretary, 1667.

We, the undersigned, Arent Van Curler and Richard Van Rensselaer, commissaries of Albany, etc., testify and deolare that on the date underwritten before us appeared Jan Coster Van Aecken, dwelling here in Albany, who acknowledges by these presents, according to agreement with the Heeren commissaries, made the 13th of May, 1656, and by virtue of a patent of a larger lot, of date the 25th of October, 1653, committed to the care of Carsten Frederickse Smith, likewise according to a bill of sale of date the -ff December, 1665, that in true rights, free ownership he has granted, transferred and made over to and for the behoof of Jan Clute, in the grantor's certain house and lot, in length and breadth as the same stands enclosed and fenced here in Albany, bounded according to the purport of said bill of sale, without the grantor's making the least claim thereto any more, likewise acknowledging that he is fully paid and satisfied therefor by Jan Clute, namely, with the sum of sixty beavers by him received, and a mortgage for the sum of four hundred and fifty guilders in beavers, passed by Jan Clute to his behoof; therefore giving plenum actionem cessam, and full power to the aforenamed Jan Clute, his heirs and successors or assigns, to do therewith as he might do with his own patrimonial effects; promising to protect and free the aforesaid house and lot from all trouble, actions and liens according to the aforesaid bill of sale, of all and every person as is right, 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, on pledge of his person and estate, personal and real, nothing excepted, subject to all laws and judges. Done in Albany the £f £ of March, 1667.

Jan Koster. A. Van Curler. R. V. Rensselaer. In my presence, D. V. Schellutne, Secretary, 1667.

We, the undersigned, Richard Van Rensselaer and Philip Pieterse Schuyler, commissaries of Albany, etc., testify and declare that on the date underwritten, before us appeared Jan Coster Van Acken, whodeclared, by virtue of a patent for a greater lot granted by the Heer director general and council of New Netherland, to Albert Gerritse, of date the 23d of April, A.D. 1652, in the keeping of Mr. Adriaen Van Ilpcndam, that in true rights, free ownership, by these presents he had granted, transferred and made over, to and for the behoof of Gerrit Banckert, in the grantor's certain house and lot, standing and lying here in Albany at present occupied by Jan Dareth, adjoining to the north Jan Van Eeckelen, and to the south Myndert Frederickse, as the same stands enclosed and fenced, breadth in front on the street three rods and four feet, in the rear ten and a half feet Rynland measure, according to the survey bill of the surveyor, Harmen Bastiaense [Visscher] of date the iQh of March, 1667, without the grantor's making the least claim thereon any more, also 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 aforenamed Gerrit Banckert or his assigns, to dispose thereof as he might do with his own patrimonial effects; promising to protect and free the aforesaid house and lot for his sake from all actions, trouble and claims of all and every person as is right, and furthermore, never to do nor suffer anything to be done against the same, 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 -t% of April, 1667.

Richard Van Rensselaer. Jan Koster.

Philip Pieterse Schuyler.

In my presence, D. V. Schellutne, Secretary, 1667.

[Copy.] Harmen Albertse Vedder declares by these presents that in true and free ownership he transfers and makes over to Gerrit Banckert, by these presents, the house and lot mentioned in the last conveyance, without his laying claim anymore thereto, likewise acknowledging that he is fully paid and satisfied therefor, the last penny with the first, promising to protect and free the same from all trouble and claims of all persons as is right, and never more to do or suffer anything to be done against the same, either

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