Confirms Harman Dowsen and Theunis Dowsen owners of a tract of land of
about 250 acres purchased from the Indians in Orange County. Harman Dowsen and Theunis
Dowsen shall hold this land in free and common socage according to the tenure of the
manor of East Greenwich in the County of Kent, paying yearly to his Majesty James II,
his heirs and successors three bushels of good sweet marketable wheat at New York on 25
March. From the New York Secretary's Office, Lib. Patents VI, 303f. Certified by
Goldsbrow Banyar. Entered before the Commission to settle the boundary between New York
and New Jersey, 12 August 1769.
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