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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.

Appeared before me, Ro' Livingston, secretary of Albany, etc., in the presence of Arnout Cornelise Viele, and William Parker, Ryckie Staes, wife of Jacob Staes,1 who declared that she has sold, and that Philip Schuyler has purchased her house and lot with barn, with all that is fast by earth and nailed, standing and lying here in Albany, bounded north by the first killetie and Jochem Wessells [De Backer], west by the highway, south by the house of William Loveridge, hatter, and east by the river, breadth in front on the street nine rods, and in the rear four rods and nine feet, length on the south side thirteen rods, and north seventeen rods, from which lot forty feet in breadth in front on the street, and twenty feet in the rear, must be deducted for the public street; with all the appurtenances according to patent thereof from governor R: Nicolls, dated the 3d of May, (?) 1667, (except the lord's right), in consideration of which the purchaser is obligated and promises to pay said Ryckie Staes, her order or assigns, the quantity of one hundred and fifty good whole merchantable beaver skins, to be paid in two installments, to wit, the first next July, a just half, being seventy-five beavers, and the last installment in July, 1680, the remaining half. The buyer shall have the privilege of occupying and using said house and lot immediately, and a conveyance shall be made on full payment for the same. In witness of which the parties hereto have subscribed their names, in presence of the aforesaid witnesses.

Done in Albany, the

[The above paper was not executed.]

1 Jacob Staes, "chlrurgeon," waa the eldest son of MaJ. Abram Staes. He settled In Albany, but there is no mention in the records of any descendants. His brothers, Samuel and Abraham, left large families.

INDEX.

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Aertse, family, 93

Wonter, lot. 199
Aertsen, Heudrick, 429

Lucas, 307

Wouter, 285, 414, 415
African cemetery, 35
Agan. Mary, died, 46
Anerrin family. 93
Aiadiuie sachem. 378
Aikons. Klspie. 105
Ainswortb, 8. James, 12
Akkermans (Helston.Hennion)
Aaltie, 114

Lysbeth, 154
Albany Church Records first
mentioned, 390

County Bible Society, 48

Institute, 6

Republican Artillery, last
survivor, 22
Albert. Dirk, 477

Reyer. 361
Albertse, Fcmmetie, 184n, 417

Margarita, 161

Maria. 184b
Albertsen family, 93

Wonter, 2.S0, 324, 841, 393
Albrccht families, 93

Lena, 110
Albrechts. Ilannnh, 169
Alderman, Rev. J. W., 81, 82
Alexander, Catharina, 119

Maria, 148
Allen, Campbell, 46

Elizabeth, 167

Mrs. Harriet Moore, died,
15

Maria, 182

Mary M, died, 46

Sara. 165

families, 93
Allertsen family, 93
Alms bouse, 17, 83
Alphonse, Father. 38
Althouser, Eva, 154
Altinger. Mrs. Prof. George

IL, died, 49
Amel (Arnold) Margarita. lrVlr
American Hotel renovated, 80
Ames, Angclo, humanitarian,

46
Amory family, 93
Amsterdam. 455
Anderson, Margareta, 121,139

Doct. William, 160

family, 91
Andes, Mrs. Jacob, died, 15
Andrew family, 94.
Andrews, Mrs" Marcus A., died,
68

Michael, died. 41
Andrian, Pieter. 295
Andries, Ariaantje, 156
Andriese, Barbar. 117

Geertruy, 169

Hcndrick, lot, 211

families. 94
Andriesse, Hendrickse, lot, 193

Rachel, 110

65

AiidriesBen, Dirk, 292

Geertrny, 377

Hendrick, 259,285,2S6,801;
Bee Van Doesburgh

Jan, 326, 344, 345, 488; see
Apderaon. John

Lncaa, 244. 451
Andryssen, Arent; see Brat
Anneke Janse, her house sold,

426; see Bogardns
Anson. Levina, died, 21
Anthonv. Elizabeth, 180

Mrs. H. A., 1

Susanna, 18-ld;

family, 94
Anthonyse family, 94
Any family, 94
Apjen's island, 335, 342; see

Aepjen and Schotack
Appel, Adriaan, 184q, 235, 246,
3»», 417, 4S0, 481

Adriaen Janse, 88

family, 94
Appelstouwn [Appelton ?] fa-
mily. 94
Appely. Sibylla, 184r
Appleton, William, 55
Arann, Tnomas, died, 55
Archard [Orchard YJ family, 94
Archer, Rachel, 131

(Aichel) family, 94
Arentse, Jacob, 245

Pieter, 241, 243, 246

Rnt, 390; see Sclioenmaker

Ruth, 503; lots, 220

Samuel, 84
Arentsen, Rut, lot, 190
Ariaanse (Ariese), Eytie, 125
Ariaen family. 1U
Arissen familv, 94

Joris or Aertse, 85,475,478;
see Vanderbaest, and
Van dor Baast

Ruth, 486
Armond familv, 94
Armsny, Jas. 11., 3, 46, 62, 68
Armstrong, General, 6

family, 94
Arnhout, Maritie, 104
Arnold, Folsom & Co., 42;

Margaret. 132

Margarita, 94, 164
Arnold, Maritie, 104

families, 94

Arnoud, , 248

Arnoutse (Arnolds), Lysbeth,

162
Arnot family, 94
Artiere; see Orchard
Ashart, Vrouwtje, 103
Ash Grove Church, 81
Ashley, Mary, 109
Aspinall, Robert, and nephew,

32, 72; and son, 16
Asurine, Margaret, 167
Atkins, Mrs. James, died, 67
Atkinson, Frank, died, 49
Thomas, died, 47
family, 94

Anringer families. 94
Aurora, extraordinary, 66
Austin, Elsie, 94

William, 130

families. 94

Baast. family, 94
Madalciin. 181
Margarita, 182
Babbington family, 94
Bahcock, Abel S., died. 49

Mary J., died, 76
Bacheller. Kilty, died, 28
Bachus, Backla (Bockcs), fa-
mily, 94
Backer, Capt. John, 428; sells
bis bouse, 500
Coeuradtseu, 322
Evert Luycasse, 89, 461,

50:1; see Luykasse
family, 94

Hann Coenraetse, 85
Hendrtk, S>1, 286
Hendrick Willemse, 91:

his lot. 203
Jan Claessen, 380, 386, 387
Jan Harraense. 87
Jochem, 229, 2B2, 493, 495
Jochem Wcsselse, 91. 228,
290, 298. 815, 316. 319, 343,
351. 355, 372, 389, 398.399,
491; see Becker, Joctaem
Wesselse
Simon Volkertse. 408; see
Veeder de Backer; also
Bakker and Baker
Wlllem. Jurriaeust, 89
Woutert, 250
Backes, Eva. 165
Bacon. Hannah, 147
Badt family, 94
Baehtgcu, 225
Bailev family, 94
W. H. If.. 46
Bain, Wm., died, 33
Bake, Mrs Catharine, died, 40
Baker, Barnard, died, 31
Capt. John, lot, 215, 217
for Christians and savages,
385; In Beverwyck, 307,
308
Baking. Margaret. 96
Bakker, family, 94

Jochem Jansc. 88
Bal, Barent Jnnse, 88, 167
Baldwin, Maria, 133

Mrs. Clarissa, died, 37
Ball. Jas., 16

Mary, died, 13
Bambus familv, 94

Harmen Jacobse, 88, 194
Bamnitz familv. 91
Bank. Rachel. 158
Bauken, Ocrrit, lot, 202

Jane, 131
Banker (linker), Catharine, 156
Captain, 444
Elizabeth, 140, 156
Evert, 184z; his lot, 186
families, 94

Oerrit. 112. 181a, 250. 281,
360, 382, SS3. 389.-107, 418,
442. 400, 47H; witness,
2112; his lota, 1S6, 190,
202, 223
Jannetie, 163,184w
Banklv family, 95

Orsel, 95
Banks, alderman, 35

Robert Lenox, 46
Bantie. Jannetie, 18-lw
Baptist cemetery, 35
Baqnena (t) Cntrina, 107

Barbara, Maria, 111
Barber. Anna. died. 64
Fletcher, 5

Lena (Magdalcna), 1S7
Barclay, John, 109,184z

Rev. Thomas, lot, 209, 221
Barent, Margarita, 112

the smith, 352
Barents, Elizabeth, 106
Barentse, Ariaautje, 177
Elsie. 160
family, 96
Jannetje, 184q
Judikjc, 177
Marine. 125, 147
Barentsen. Elsie, 352, 461
Fob, 246

Frans. 299: see Pastoor
Geertruyt, 305, 409, 456
Jan. 254; see Wemp, and
PoeBt
Barheit, Allda, 124, 145
(Bareitll), Bareutje, 125
CatAlvna. 95
Christina, 134
Dirkje (Gerritje), 1841
ramifies. 95
Jan llansc. 87
Jeronimus llanse, 87
Johanna. 184g
Johanna llanse, 87
Margarita, 184b
Rebecca. 148
Rachel. 95
Thenntje. 184h
Tytie, 148

Wouter Jeronimus, 89
family, 95
Barhydt, or Barheit, Andries

llanse. 87
Barkhuff, Mrs. Hannah (Van

Scbaack), died. 15
Barkley. Haccoat, 184n
Barnard, Frances, died, 11
Barnes, Mrs. George M., died,
12
Wm.. 38
Barney, Paul C. died. 21
Barnham, Hannah, 137
Baruton, Sarah, 132
Baroqnier, Jacob Clomp, 244

Revutven Pieterse, 276
Barret," Ba'rrentje, lot, 206, 207
(Berrit), families. 95
(Bergen). Maria, 167
Wlllem, 102
Barreth, Mary. 184z
Barreith (sec Barret). 95
Barrith, MargariU, 184m
Barrett. John, died, 00
Barrin^er, Aaron, (see Berrin-
ger), 95, 485
Barringtou (Barlington),

Elsie, 116
familv, 95
Sara ."13:1
Barrois iBnrroa, Barroway. Bt>-
war. Beuvee), families,
95
(Barrcwav) Maria, 132
Catharine. 101
Ban-outlier, Jacob Symonse
Clomp. 91
Reyntlun Tieterae. 90
Barrows, Mrs. Ephriam, died,

30
Barry. Elizabeth, 184q
Bartav. Harriet. 184y
Barte!. Annatie, 101

familv, 95
Bartli family, 95
Bartlett, Thirza, died, 07
Bartow, Theodosia, 106

Bas i Janse) Lysbeth, IIS
Bascnasche, family, 95
Bastlaense Harmen, 273, 306,
366; his lot, 214; see Vis-
cher
(Visscher) Harmen, lot, 197
Jan 352
Bassett. Daniel E.. 15

(Bussel). Elizabeth. 184w
(Bessidti families. 95
Marytje, 100
Bat, see Boer
Batchelder. Mr., 55

Mrs. Sarah L„ died, 8
Bates familv, 95

Uarriet'A., died, 10
Bath familv, 95

Sara. 95
Batlolado, familv, 95
Batt, Cornelia. 129
Baxter (see De Baxter) family,
95
John S., died. 66
Martha, 95
Susanna. 170
Bayard. Ariantje, 184n
Father. 38

(Ba*ert) Judith, 184d
Miss. 20

Nicholaes, 480, 481
Sara. 107
Baylie (Malbarv) Marv, 150
Beach, Wm. M"., died, 60
Beardsley, Mrs. Henry, died,

77
Bears, Margarita, 106
Beasely familv, 95
Beauflfs (see Buvlc) family, 95
Beaumont. Mrs. Jane, died, 47
Beaver. 249, 435; at S guilders,
369; at 12 guilders. 252;
16 guilders, 370; to be
rated at par 20 stuyvers
to the guilder. 865: ship,
876; shipped 1657, 244
block, 12
Beck, Dennis, died, 45
Dr. T. R., 68
Elizabeth, lS4a
Becker. Anna, 135
Annatie, lrf4w
(Bekker) families, 95
Cornelia, 184b
Elizabeth, 101, 1841
Eva. 137
Fvtjt, 114
Hllletje. 184k
Jan Juriaense, 89
Mantle, 121.180, 182
Marvtje (Mary Baker),

184w
Victor. 111. 491
Beckker, Maria. 131
Beckett. Thomas S., 15
Bedell. Richard, died, 39
Beebe familv. 96
Beecraft (Bickroft), family, 96
Beckman, Alida, 134
Anna (Johanna), 146
Ariaantje, 140
Barber, 148
Catharine, 137
Christina, 104
Debora. 118, 168
Effie, 124
Elizabeth, 184r
Engeltie, 119
Eva, 145. 103
families, 96
Gerard. 100
Helena. 159
Hendrick Jacobse, 88
Hendrick Martense, 89

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