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all actions and claims. In confirmation of which-1 have hereto set my hand and seal in Albany, on the above date. [Seal]'

Abram Staes. Acknowledged before me, ******

Appeared before me, Ludovicus Cobes, secretary of Albany, etc., in the presence of the honorable Heeren commissaries, etc., Mr. Abraham Staas and Mr. Philip Schuyler, Sander Leendertse Glen, old commissary, dwelling at Schaenhechtede, who acknowledges that he is well and honestly indebted for arrears to the Heer Jeremias Van Bensselaer and Jacob Sanderse Glen, attorneys for the administrators of the late Jan Bastiaense [Van Guteenhoven], in the sum of f 6000 in beavers, for wares and merchandise, to his content received, according to an obligation therefor, which sum of/ 6000 in beavers, the subscriber promises to pay to said attorneys, or their order, therefor pledging specially his bouwery, land, house, barn and ricks, horses and cattle therein, lying at Schaenhechtede, and generally his person and estate, personal and real, present and future, nothing excepted, for the recovery of said sum, in due time, if need be, without loss and cost.

Done in Schaenhechtede, the 13th of August, 1670.

Sander Lenrsen Glen.

Acknowledged before me,

Ludovicus Cobes, Secretary.

On this 9th day of September, 1672, appeared before me, Ludovicus Cobes, secretary of Albany, etc., in the presence of the honorable Heeren commissaries, etc., Mons. Jan Hendricxse Van Bael and Gerrart Van Slichtenhorst, Mr. Jan Clute, who declares that in true rights, free ownership, he grants, conveys and makes over, by these presents, to and for the behoof of Jan Janse Bleecker, in his house and lot, standing and lying in Albany, on the hill, on the west side Helmer Otten length two rods ten feet and three inches, in front on the highway one rod ten feet and six inches, length on the east side three rods, all Rynland measure, also a little corner of land that adjoins on Baid lot in the rear, in breadth, one rod ten feet six inches, on the south end one rod nine feet and two inches, length east and west six feet less three inches, also Rynland measure; free and unincumbered, with no claims standing or issuing against the same, excepting the lord's right, without the grantor's making the least claim any more thereto, also acknowledging that he is fully paid and satisfied therefor, the first penny with the last, and therefore giving plenam actionem cessam, and full power to said Jan Janse Bleecker, his heirs, successors or assigns, to do with and dispose of said house and lot, as he might do with his patrimonial estate and effects; promising to protect and free the same from all such trouble, claims and liens of every person as are lawful, and further, never more to do nor suffer anything

1 This is the only instance of a seal being attached to an instrument in the first two volumes of deeds.

Hut. Col. iv. 64

to be done against the same, with or without law, in any manner, on
pledge according to laws therefor provided.
Albany, of date ut supra.

Johannes Clute.
Jan Rend: Van Bad.
Gerrit Van Slichtenhorst.

On this 9th day of September, 1672, appeared before me, Ludovicus Cobes, secretary of Albany, etc., in the presence of the honorable Heeren commissaries, etc., Mons. Jan Hendricxse Van Bael and Gerrart Van Slichtenhorst, Mr. Jan Clute, who declares that in true rights, free ownership, he grants, conveys and makes over by these presents, to and for the behoof of Hendrick Lansinck ' and Lucas Gerritse [Wyngaert],- in a certain lot lying on the hill, breadth in front on the street three rods one and one-sixth feet, and the same in the rear on the east side, on the west two rods and eleven feet, all Kynland measure; free and unincumbered, with no claims standing and issuing against the same, excepting the lord's right, without the grantor's making the least pretension thereto any more, also acknowledging that he is fully paid and satisfied therefor, the first penny with the last, and therefore giving plenatn actionem cessam, and full power to said Hendrick Lansinck and Luycas Gerritse, their heirs and successors or assigns, to do with and dispose of said lot, as they might do with their patrimonial estates and effects; promising to protect and free the same from all such trouble, claims, and liens of every person as are lawful, and further, never more to do nor suffer anything to be done, with or without law, in any manner, on pledge according to laws therefor provided.

Albany, of date as above.

Johannes Clute.
Jan Send: Van Bael.
Gerrit Van Slichtenhorst.

On this 9th day of September, 1672, appeared before me, Ludovicus Cobes, secretary of Albany, etc , in the presence of the honorable Heeren commissaries, etc., Mons. Jan Hendricxse Van Bael and Gerrart Van Slichtenhorst, Mr. Jan Clute, who declares that in true rights, free ownership, he grants, conveys and makes over by these presents, to and for the behoof of Jan Byvanck, in a certain lot lying on the hill, length on the east side, next to Hendrick Lansinck, two rods and eleven feet, in front on the street twenty-one feet and soven inches, in the rear two rods less a half foot, length on the west side, next to Gerret Hardenberch, thirty-four feet and one inch,all Kynland measure; free and unincumbered, with no claims standing or issuing against the same, excepting the lord's

1 Hendrik Lansingh was son of Gerrit Lansingh. who came to Albany from Hassell near Swoll, in Overyssell, Holland. He had two children, Jacob and Alida. The date of his death in the church records, is the 11th of July, 1709.

8 Lucas Gerritse Wyngaert was a baker, and owned the lot on south corner of Broadway and State street, in 1715.— Annals of Albany, rn,22,7*; x, 18. By his wife, Anna Janse Van Hoesen, he had three sons and one daughter. He made his will 80 Oct., 1709.

right, without the grantor's making the least pretension thereto any more, also acknowledging that he is fully paid and satisfied therefor, the first penny with the last, and therefore giving plenam actionem cessam, and full power to said Jan Byvanck, his heirs and successors or assigns, to do with and dispose of said lot, as he might do with his patrimonial estate and effects; promising to protect and free the same from all such trouble, claims and liens of every person as are lawful, and further, never more to do nor suffer anything to be done against the same, with or without law, in any manner, on pledge according to laws therefor provided.

Johannes Clute.

Jan Hend: Van Bael.

Gerrit Van Slichtenhorst.

On this 9th day of September, 1672, appeared before me, Ludovicus Cobes, secretary of Albany, etc., in the presence of the honorable Ueeren commissaries, etc., Messrs. Jan Hendricxse Van Bael and Gerrart Van Slichtenhorst, Mr. Jan Clute, who declares that in true rights, free ownership, he grants, conveys and makes over by these presents, to and for the behoof of Gerrit Hardenberch, in a certain lot lying on the hill, length on the east side next to Jan Byvanck, thirty-four feet and one inch, Rynland measure, breadth front and rear, twenty-four wood feet, on the west side next to Jan Bleecker, thirty-two feet and eight inches, Rynland measure, also a little corner of land in the rear, breadth front and rear ten feet three and one-sixth inches, on the east side length two rods, and on the west side two rods and two inches; free and unincumbered, with no claims standing or issuing against the same, excepting the lord's right, without the grantor's making the least pretension thereto any more, also acknowledging that he is fully paid and satisfied therefor, the first penny with the last, and therefore giving plenam actionem cessam, and full power to said Gerrit Hardenberch, his heirs and successors or assigns, to do with and dispose of said lot, as he might do with his patrimonial estate and effects; promising to protect and free the same from all such trouble, claims and liens of every person, as are lawful, and further, never more to do nor suffer anything to be done against the same, with or without law, in any manner, on pledge according to laws therefor provided.

Albany, dato ut supra.

Johannes Clute.
Jan Hend: Van Bael.
Gerrit Van Slichtenhorst.

On this 17th day of September, 1672, appeared before me, Ludovicus Cobes, secretary of Albany, etc., in the presence of the honorable Heeren commissaries, etc., Mr. Jan Hendricxse Van Bael and Gerrart Van Slichtenhorst, Claes Ripse [Van Dam] who declares that in true rights, free ownership, he grants, conveys and makes over, by these presents, to and for the behoof of Gerrit Theunisse [Van Vechten], in his certain house and lot, which he received by conveyance from Marcelis Janse [Van Bom mel] and Cornells Wynkoop, and by virtue of the patent thereof, dated the 6th of June, 1667, to which reference is herein made; free and unincumbered, with no claims standing or issuing against the same, save the lord's right, without the grantor's making the least pretention thereto any more; also acknowledging that he is fully paid and satisfied therefor, the first penny with the last, and therefore givingpfenam actionem cessam, and full power to said Gerrit Theunisse, his heirs and successors or assigns, to do with and dispose of said house and lot, as he might do with his patrimonial estate and effects; promising to protect and free the same from all such trouble, claims and liens of every person as are lawful, and further, never more to do nor suffer anything to be done against the same, with or without law, in any manner, on pledge according to laws therefor provided.

Albany data ut supra.

Claes Ripse Van Dam. Jan Send: Van Bael. Gerrit Van Slichtenhorst. In my presenoe,

Ludovicus Cobes, Secretary.

On this 17th day of September, 1672, appeared before me, Ludovicus Cobes, secretary of Albany, etc., in the presence of the Heeren commissaries, Jan H. Van Bael and G. Van Slichtenhorst, Gerrit Theunisse [Van Vechten], who declares, that in true rights, free ownership, he giants. conveys and makes over by these presents, to and for the behoof of Ricchard Shisair, in his certain house and lot by him received from Claes Ripse [Van Dam], by virtue of the patent thereof, to which reference is herein made, free and unincumbered, with no claims standing or issuing against the same, excepting the lord's right, without the grantors' making the least pretension thereto any more, also acknowledging that he is fully paid and satisfied therefor, the first penny with the last, and therefore givingphnam actionem cessam, and full power to said Ricchard Srisair, his heirs and successors or assigns, to do with and dispose of said house and lot, as he might do with his patrimonial estate and effects ; promising to protect and free the same from all such trouble, claims and liens of every person as are lawful, and further, never more to do, nor suffer anything to be done against the same, with or without law, in any manner, on pledge according to laws therefor provided.

Albany, dato ut supra.

The mark of © Gerrit Theunisse,

with his own hand set. Jan Send: Van Bael. Gerrit Van Slichtenhorst.

In my presence,

Ludovicus Cobes. Secretary.

On this 15th day of December, 1672, appeared before me, Ludovicus Cobes, secretary of Albany, etc., in the presence of the honorable Heeren commissaries, etc., MonsTM. Andries Teller and Adriaen Gerritse [Papendorp], Jurriaen Theunisse Tappen, who declares that in true rights, free ownership, he grants, conveys and makes over by these presents, to and for the behoof of Herman Vedder, in a house, barn and ricks, also a garden in the rear on the land, together with twelve morgens and one hundred and thirty rods of land lying at Schaenhechtede, being allotment No. 8, enclosed and bounded according to the description of the patent to which reference is herein made; free and unincumbered, with no claims standing or issuing against the samo, excepting the lord's right, without the grantor's making the least pretension thereto any more, also acknowledging that he is fully paid and satisfied therefor, the first penny with the last, by the hands of said Harmen Vedder, and therefore giving plenam actionem cessam, and full power to Herman Vedder, his heirs and successors or assigns, to do with and dispose of said house, lot, garden and lands, as he might do with his patrimonial estate and effects; promising to protect and free the same from all such trouble, claims and liens of every person as are lawful, and further, never more to do nor suffer anything to be done against the same, with or without law, in any manner, on pledge according to laws therefor provided.

Albany, dato ut supra. Jurejan Tunsen Tappen.

Adriaen Gerritsen.
A* Teller.

In my presence,

Ludovicus Cobes, Secretary.

Appeared before me, Ro'. Livingston, secretary of Albany, colony Rensselaerswyck, Schaenhectady,etc., in the presence of the honorable Heeren Mr. Dirk Wessells [Ten Broeck] and Mr. Cornells Van Dyk, commissaries of the same jurisdiction, Pieter Janse Lokermans, who declares that in true rights, free ownership, he grants, conveys and makes over, to and for the behoof of Jan Andriese de Cuyper, in a certain lot lying here in Albany, whereon said Jan Andriese's house stands, bounded south by the lot of Wynant Gerritse Van der Poel, north by the house of the grantor, Pieter Lokermans, east by the highway, and west by the cart way, in breadth in front on the street twenty wood feet and six inches and in the rear twenty wood feet, length south and north seven and a half rods, which the grantor does by virtue of a patent to him from the late governor Rich : Nicolls, of date the 14th of May, 1667, to which reference is herein made; free and unincumbered, with no claim standing or issuing against the same (excepting the lord's right), without the grantor's making the least pretension thereto any more, also acknowledging that he is fully paid and satisfied therefor, the first penny with the last, and therefore giving plenam actionem cessam, and full power to do with and dispose of the same as he might do with his patrimonial estate and effects; promising nevermore to do nor suffer anything to be done against the same, with or without law, in any manner, on pledge according to laws therefor provided.

Done in Albany, the 3d of March, 1679.

Pieter Loockermans.

Acknowledged before me,

Ro: Livingston, Secretary.

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