Flypsen, Frederick, Lockhart, George, active 1683, Lockhart, Janet
1685 February 20
Releases all moiety or one equal half part of a parcel of land at Tappan
sold to Frederick Flypsen for the sum of one hundred pounds sterling. Certified as a
true copy from the Public Records of New Jersey by Bowes Reed and Joh...
Skein, John, Deputy Govenor of West Jersey, Campbell, Neill
1686 January 08
John Skein, Deputy Governor of West Jersey, Samuel Jennings, Thomas Olive,
George Hutchinson, Mahlon Stacy, Thomas Lambert and Joseph Pope, Proprietors and
inhabitants of West New Jersey, acknowledge themselves bound to pay Lor...
Bowne, Andrew, Janet, Lockhart, George, active 1683
1686 June 17
Records the sale of a tract of land beginning at Tappan Creed on the
Hudson "at the Line of Division agreed upon by the Governor of the said Province of East
New Jersey and Governor of New York ... two English miles down the ri...
Makes known a grant of twenty acres of land called Tappan Tappan's
meadows. Certified a true copy from the Public Records of the Province of New Jersey by
Bowes Reed and John Thomson. Entered before the Commission to Settle the...
Gawen Lawry, Deputy Governor of East New Jersey, and John Skene, Deputy
Governor of West New Jersey, with several men from both governments, acquainted Thomas
Dongan, Governor of New York, of their intention to run the line of ...
Having heard that Daniel Clarck and other inhabitants of the land near
Tappan Creek are being disturbed in the lawful possession of their lands by persons from
the Government of East New Jersey, Menny Johannes, High Sherriff of...
Confirms land in Orange County lawfully purchased from the native Indian
proprietors as belonging to Cornelis Clause Cooper et al. All this land and all on it
(royal mines excepted) shall belong to Cooper et al. in free and com...
According to instructions from the council, Philip Wells, surveyor of the
Province of New York, was to run a line between New York and East Jersey, beginning in
the latitude of 41 degrees and 40 minutes on the Delaware River, m...
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 th...
The council and Major Anthony Brockols, Major Stephanus Van Cortland,
Major Fredryck Flypsen, Colonel Nicholas Bayard being present, the governor orders that
a messenger be sent to Minisink to order the inhabitants to send thei...
Philipse, Frederick, 1626-1702, Van Cortlandt, Jacobus
1690 November 29
Indenture agreement between Frederick Philipse and Jacobus Van Cortlandt.
Philipse promises a house, money and goods to Van Cortlandt upon the marriage of Van
Cortlandt to his daughter, Eva. Includes memorandum that a witness o...
Indenture agreement between Frederick Philipse and Catharina Van Cortlandt
prior to their marriage. Stipulates money and usufruct rights she would receive from the
estate of her husband if she outlived him.
Abstract of the title to Fordham Manor in Westchester County held by the
ministers, elders and deacons of the Reformed Protestant Dutch church of the city of New
York. Title deeds begin September 15, 1660 and ends May 11, 1696....
The parts of the province formerly called the first and second tenths,
limited by the River Derwent on the north and the River Crosswell on the south shall
henceforth be called the County of Burlington. The inhabitants of the l...
Mary II, Queen of England, 1662-1694, William III, King of England, 1650-1702, Marshall, Jarvis, Welch, William
1694 September 27
Grants and confirms, in answer to a petition presented to Benjamin
Fletcher, a parcel of land called Quaspeck in Orange County. The land and all things
found on it, except for gold and silver, shall belong to Jarvis Marshall an...
Grants land to Daniel Honan and Michael Howdan. Copy, dated 29 May 1764,
examined by Goldsbrow Banyar. Introduced before the Commission to Settle the Boundary
between New York and New Jersey, [ca. July - October 1769].
William III, King of England, 1650-1702, Schuyler, Arent
1697 May 20
Grants and confirms to Arent Schuyler, his heirs and assigns a certain
tract of land in Minisink County called by the native Indians Sankhekeneck or Maghanaem,
and also a parcel of meadow called Warinsags kineck, together being...
William III, King of England, 1650-1702, Codbec, Jacob
1697 October 14
Grants and confirms 1200 acres of land purchased from the Indians at
Waghaghkemeck to Jacob Codbec, Thomas Swartwout, Anthony Swartwout, Bernardus Swartwout,
Jan Tys, Peter Ginar and David Jamison for an annual rent of twenty s...
William III, King of England, 1650-1702, Corse, Benjamin
1697 September 09
Grants to Benjamin Corse, his heirs and assigns a tract of 1200 acres
called Ramapo, lying on Pompton Creek, for an annual rent of one shilling current money.
Certified a true copy from the New York secretary's Office, Lib. Pat...