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Delaware County, NY Genealogy and History Site


Book A of Deeds at the Delaware County Clerk's Office


Recorded June 24, 1797 through June 5, 1804
Note: However, see deed, page 456-458, recorded July 17, 1856

Transcribed by Clarence Putman, November 15, 2002

Copies Ordered from County Clerk's Office, $0.50/page, minimum order $2.00

Elias Jackson of Ontario County, NY, on May 16, 1795, purchased from John K. Smith of Sussex County, NJ, land in (Whitesboro, Otsego County in lots 5, 20, 28, 30 and 33. The land was originally granted to Stephen Kimball Esquire and conveyed to John K Smith January 5, 1722. Deed recorded June 24, 1797. Pages 1-2.

Jesse Dickinson of Otsego County, farmer, on May 5, 1792, purchased from Sir Charles Gould of the City of Sandan, Kingdom of Great Britain; Edward Gould, merchant of New York City, his attorney land in Otsego County, lot 66, 197 acres part of the tract granted to the heirs of Major General John Bradstreet. Deed recorded July 8, 1797. Pages 2-4.

Jesse Dickinson of Otsego County, carpenter, on March 31, 1791, purchased from William Walton and Gerard Walton, gentlemen, of New York City, land in Otsego County between the Delaware and Susquehanna Rivers, lot 55, 214 1/2 acres and lot 56, 208 acres, surveyed by William and James Cockburn. Recorded July 8, 1797. Pages 4-7.

Edward Garreques of Philadelphia, Pa, house carpenter, on May 16, 1797, purchased from Jesse Dickinson, lumber merchant, of Philadelphia, Pa, land in Otsego County between the Delaware and Susquehanna Rivers, lot 55, 214 1/2 acres and lot 56, 208 acres, surveyed by William and James Cockburn. Also, included, land in Otsego County, lot 66, 197 acres, part of the tract granted to the heirs of Major General John Bradstreet. Recorded July 8, 1797. Pages 7-10.

Jesse Dickinson of Otsego County, NY, carpenter, on May 13, 1794, purchased from William Walton and Gerard Walton of New York City, gentlemen, land in Otsego County between the Delaware and Susquehanna Rivers, lot 58, 167 1/2acres, surveyed by William and James Cockburn. Recorded July 8, 1797. Pages 11 - 12.

John Stiles of Otsego County, NY, farmer, on April 17, 1792, purchased from Charles John Evans of Kings County, NY, gentleman, and Agatha his wife, land in Otsego County, part of the first allotment between the Delaware and Susquehanna Rivers, lot 61, 188 acres, land granted to the heirs of General John Bradstreet. Recorded July 8, 1797. Pages 12-15.

John Stiles of Otsego County, NY, on April 20, 1792, purchased from Sir Charles Gould of the City of Westminster in the Kingdom of Great Britain by Edward Gould, merchant, his attorney, of the City of New York and Agatha his wife, land in Otsego County, between the Delaware and Susquehanna Rivers, lot 62, 163 1/2 Acres, land granted to the heirs of General John Bradstreet. Recorded July 8, 1797. Pages 15-19.

Richard Bristol of the town of Cornwall, County of Litchfield, Ct., on February 8, 1785, purchased from John Harper and William McFarland of Harpersfield, Montgomery County, land in the town of Harpersfield, lot 59, 100 acres, exclusive of 2 1/2acres for public roads. Recorded July 11, 1797. Pages 19-20.

Asa Norton of Stamford, Ulster County, on August 2, 1794, purchased from Alijah Bennett of Stamford, Ulster County, land in Stamford: lot #16, 10 acres, lot #1, 10 acres, lot #15, 10 acres. Recorded July 11, 1797. Pages 21-22.

Ira Canfield of Kortright, Otsego County, merchant, on February 2, 1797, purchased from Ezra Thorp, of the town of Weston, Fairfield County, Ct., Yeoman, land in Harpersfield, Otsego County, one-half of lot 40, 55 acres. Recorded July 11, 1797. Pages 22-24.

John Harper, senior, of Harpersfield, Delaware County, on June 4, 1797, purchased from John and James More, of Otsego County, 1/2of a mine supposed to consist of copper metal, in lot 114, town of Harpersfield. Lot heretofore conveyed to Abner Bouck?. Recorded July 20, 1797. Pages 24-26.

Samuel Stephens of the town of Danberry, Fairfield County, Ct., on October 16, 1793, purchased from John Harper of Harpersfield, Otsego County, land in Harpersfield, lot 64, 100 acres. Recorded July 20, 1797. Pages 26-28.

Benajah Beardsley of Otsego County, NY, on February 20, 1795, purchased from Gerard Bankes and Philip Livingston of New York City exectors of the last will of Peter Van Burgh Livingston, formerly of New York City, but lately of Elizabethtown, NJ, deceased, land in lot 3 8 on a patent granted to Arent Bradt and others on the northerly side of the Delaware River, 105 acres with allowance. Witnesses Anthony Marvine and Billy Trowbridge. Recorded July 24, 1797. Pages 28-30.

Andrew Beers and Benajah Beardsley of Delaware County, NY, on September 22, 1794, purchased from William Cooper of Otsego County, NY, lot 33, in a patent granted to Arent Bradt and others, in Delaware County (formerly Otsego), 118 acres and allowance. Witnesses Anthony Marvine and Richard Cooper. Recorded July 25, 1797. Pages 31-32.

Stephen Churchill of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, yeoman, on November 11, 1791, purchased from Andrew Raber of the town of Palatine, Montgomery County, yeoman, land in Harpersfield, Otsego County, lot 210, 141 acres. Witnesses John Harper and John Kees. Recorded July 25, 1797. Pages 33-35.

Stephen Judd of the town of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, on September 13, 1794, purchased from Cornelius Pawling of the town of Stamford, Ulster County, NY, land in the town of New Stamford, Ulster County, NY, lot 17, 146 3/4acres. Witnesses Aaron Wheeler and Jedidiah Hibbard. Recorded July 25, 1797. Pages 35-37.

Stephen Judd of the town of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, on September 13, 1794, purchased from Cornelius Pawling of the town of Stamford, Ulster County, NY, farmer, land in the town of New Stamford, Ulster County, lot 18, 54 1/4acres. Witnesses Aaron Wheeler and Jedidiah Hibbard. Recorded July 26, 1797. Pages 37-39.

Stephen Judd, On September 13, 1794, purchased from Cornelius Pawling, of the town of Stamford, Ulster County, NY, farmer, land in the town of New Stamford, Ulster County, lot 14, 139 acres. Witnesses Aaron Wheeler and Jedidiah Hibbard. Recorded July 28, 1797. Pages 39-42.

Stephen Judd, of the town of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, on November 4, 1793, purchased from Col. John Harper of Harpersfield, land in Harpersfield, the southwesterly end of #35, 55 acres, exclusive of a highway. Witnesses William McFarland and James Smith. Recorded July 28, 1797. Pages 42-44.

Stephen Judd of Harpersfield, yeoman, on October 3, 1784, purchased from John Harper of Harpersfield, Esquire, land in Harpersfield, lots 33 and 34, 110 acres each. Witnesses Joseph Harper and Timothy Doly?. Recorded July 28, 1797. Pages 44-47.

David Wainwright of the town of Stamford, Delaware County, NY, on May 13, 1797, purchased from Asa Norton and Anna Norton, husband and wife, of the town of Stamford, Delaware County(formerly Ulster), NY, land in Stamford: lot 16, ten acres; lot 1, ten acres; lot 15, ten acres, and all buildings on the same. Witnesses Salmon Towsey? and Smith Booth. Recorded July 28, 1797. Pages 47-49.

Andrew Taylor of Brookfield, County of Fairfield, Ct., on May 21, 1795, purchased from Col. John Harper of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, land in Harpersfield, lot 165, 100 acres with allowances for highways. Witnesses Anthony Marvine and William Harper. Recorded July 28, 1797. Pages 49-51.

David Hendry of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, on May 21, 1795, purchased from James Miller Hendry of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, land in Harpersfield, lot 37, 110 acres and lot 87, 100 acres, exclusive of 2 1/2 acres for highways. Witnesses Anthony Marvine and John Brown. Recorded July 29, 1797. Pages 51-53.

Stephen Warren of Harpersfield, Delaware County, NY, on April 25, 1797, purchased from William Laughead of Harpersfield, Delaware County, NY, land in Harpersfield, part of lot 156, 2 acres. Witnesses Anthony Marvine and Aaron Wheeler. Recorded July 29, 1797. Pages 53-55.

Joel Mack of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, on May 4, 1793, purchased from Joseph Harper Jr. of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, blacksmith, land in Harpersfield, part of lot 157, 34 acres. Witnesses Daniel Mack and Caleb D. Farris. Recorded July 29, 1797. Pages 55-57.

Joel Mack of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, on July 20, 1796, purchased from James Wardwell of Stamford, Fairfield County, CT., land in Harpersfield, part of lot 182, 23 acres. Witnesses Joseph Harper and Joseph Harper Jr. Recorded July 29, 1797. Pages 57-59.

Ebenezer Belknap, on March 29, 1796, purchased from Elias Jackson of Ontario, NY, Esquire, land in the Whitesborough Tract, Otsego County, NY, lots 5, 20, 28, and 33. This land was originally granted to Stephen Kimble and then conveyed to John Smith. Witnesses Thomas Sisson, Ebenezer Johnson, and Ichabod Marshall. Recorded October 6, 1797. Pages 59-60.

John K Smith on January 1, 1772, purchased from Stephen Kimble, Esq., of the Colony of New Jersey in America, land in Whitesborough, Albany County, Colony of New York, lots 5, 20, 28, 30 and 33. Witnesses William D Faulkner and Benjamin Ogden. Recorded October 6, 1797. Page 61.

Delelah Smith, town of Salem, Washington County, NY, widow of Gilbert Smith, late of Harpersfield, Otsego County, farmer, on August 21, 1795, purchased from Tunis VanVechten and Abram VanVechten of the City of Albany, Albany County, NY, land on the south side of the Susquehannah, Otsego County, formerly Montgomery, part of patent granted to Alexander Wallace and others, lot 21, 200 acres. Witnesses Mathias B Gildreth and H F Yates. Recorded October 6, 1797. Pages 62-63.

John Primer, town of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, on February 24, 1797, purchased from Stephen Andrus, and Delelah his wife town of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, yeoman, land on the south side of the Susquehannah, Otsego County, in a patent granted to Alexander Wallace and others, lot 21, 200 acres. Witnesses A. Packard and Martha Packard. Recorded October 6, 1797. Pages 63-64.

Ansel McCall of Ulster County, NY, on July 12, 1793, purchased from Col. John Harper, of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, land in the Harnion Tract, surveyed for P. Livingston, 250 acres, exclusive of 12 1/2 acres for public roads. Witnesses Mathew Boughton and Joel Mack. Recorded October 19, 1797. Pages 64-65.

Ansel McCall of Ulster County, NY, farmer, on July 12, 1793, purchased from John Harper, Otsego County, NY, Esq., land in the town of Franklin, 250 acres, exclusive of 12 1/2 acres for public roads. Land bounded by Samuel Johnson's, Samuel Hanford's and Thomas Hawling's lots. Witnesses Mathew Boughton and Joel Mack. Recorded October 19, 1797. Pages 65-66.

Joshua H Brett of the town of Harpersfield, Delaware County, NY, on October 30, 1797, purchased from Joshua O'Donald of the town of Harpersfield, Delaware County, NY, land in Harpersfield, part of lot 110, 20 acres. Witnesses Stephen Finn and Ebenezer Hotchkiss. Recorded November 12, 1797. Pages 66-67.

Samuel Teed of Walton, Delaware County, NY, yeoman, on August 25, 1797, purchased from John Bowles, City of New York, NY, mariner, land surveyed by William Cockburn and William Cockburn Jr., lot 70, between the Cooguago branch of the Delaware River and the Susquehannah River, 199 1/2 acres. Witnesses Gabriel North and Robert North. Recorded December 29, 1797. Page 67.

Jacob Shaver of Middletown, Delaware County, NY, on January 27, 1797, purchased from Robert Moore of Middletown, Delaware County, NY, farmer, land in Great Lot 37, Hardenburgh Patent, the easterly side of farm number 18, 145 1/2 acres. Witnesses William Norton and Enoch _____. Recorded December 27, 1797. Page 68.

David Bostwick of Kortright, Otsego County, NY, on February 24, 1796, purchased from Henry Platner of Claverack, Columbia County, NY, land in Whitesborough Patent, Otsego County, NY, lot 30, 789 acres. Witnesses John Town and Abraham Bell. Recorded January 6, 1798. Page 69.

John More of Stamford, Delaware County, NY, on September 22, 1797, purchased from David Osborn and Hannah his wife, of Stamford, Delaware County, NY, land in Stamford, lot 170, 100 acres; lot 308, 11 1/4 acres. Witnesses Stephen Beers and Joseph Hurd. Recorded February 12, 1798. Page 70.

Elias Butler of the town of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, on August 27, 1795, purchased from Samuel Hanford and Abigail his wife, of the town of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, land in Franklin, lot 32, 146 acres, excepting 1 1/2 acres to Jonathan Hasbrouck. Witnesses Robert Freeman and Gershom ______. Recorded February 16, 1798. Page 71.

Elias Butler of the town of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, merchant, on July 21, 1792, purchased from William Hoyt of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, yeoman, land in Hamden Patent, lot 115, 250 acres, excepting one lot of 15 acres conveyed to Jonathan Brown and another lot of 60 acres conveyed to Elijah Hoyt. Witnesses William Townsend and Abigail Townsend. Recorded February 16, 1798. Pages 71-72.

Abel Bewel of the town of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, on April 25, 1795, purchased from Hezekial Bewel and Luranda his wife, of the town of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, land in Franklin, part of lot 84, 60 acres. Witnesses Shuman Waltles and Richard McBeach. Recorded March 2, 1798. Pages 72-73.

Thomas Hendry of Stamford, Delaware County, NY, on February 24, 1798, purchased from James Miller Hendry, of the town of Blenheim, Schoharie County, NY, land in Harpersfield, Delaware County, NY, lot 178, 100 acres, including the adjoining gore. Witnesses John McPherson and John Beilly. Recorded March 2, 1798. Pages 73-74.

John Wheeler, late of Newhaven County, Ct., now resident of the town of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, on June 29, 1797, purchased from James and Caroline Waltles of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, land in Franklin, adjoining William Evans, Abner Humphrey, Isaac Hodges and Banyards, 50 acres. Witnesses Mathew Waltles and Ezckiel Hyde. Recorded March 2, 1798. Pages 74-75.

Andrew Cahoon of Walton, Delaware County, NY, on February 19, 1798, purchased from George Wiesimer of Walton, Delaware County, NY, farmer, land in Walton bordering the Delaware River, 40 acres. Witnesses Ebenezer Foote and Peter Zendes. Recorded March 3, 1798. Pages 75-76.

Walter Chase of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, on December 22, 1797, purchased from George Chase of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, a sawmill on land belonging to Job Howland of Colchester. Sawmill was built by Joseph Howland, George Chase and ______ Hanford. Witnesses Elias Butler and William Butler. Recorded March 3, 1798. Pages 76-77.

Isaac Howell of Otsego County, NY, yeoman, on February 12, 1796, purchased from John Lake, of New York City, land in the town of Franklin, Otsego County between the Cookquago branch of the Delaware River and the Susquehannah River, the northwest corner of the Whitesborough tract, 2000 acres. Witnesses Isaac Mead and George Knon. Recorded March 12, 1798. Pages 77-78.

Peter Burt Jr. of Middleburgh and Joachim Staats of the town of Schoharie, Schoharie County, NY, on March 5, 1798, purchased from Joseph Harper and Catharine his wife of the town of Harpersfield, Delaware County, NY, land in Harpersfield, according to the original survey, lot 77, 100 acres; lot 78, 100 acres; and lot 79, 100 acres, exclusive of 2 1/2 acres for public roads. Witnesses Aaron Wheeler and Mathew Bellamy. Recorded March 24, 1798. Pages 78-79.

Joachim Staats of the town of Schoharie, Schoharie County, NY, merchant, on March 3, 1798, purchased from Alexander Harper and Elizabeth his wife, of the town of Harpersfield, Delaware County, NY, land in Harpersfield, lot 82, 100 acres exclusive of 6 1/2 acres for public roads and excepting 10 rods square where the Presbyterian meeting house now stands. Witnesses Aaron Wheeler and Stephen Finn. Recorded March 24, 1798. Pages 79-80.

James McConnell of Harpersfield, Delaware County, NY, on September 28, 1797, purchased from William Bell and Jane(Jenny) his wife of Harpersfield, Delaware County, NY, yeoman, land in Harpersfield, part of lots 2 and 202, beginning at the corner of Henry Clark's land, 80 acres. Witnesses Anthony Marvine, John McElilam, Andrew Ritchie, and Joshua Brett. Recorded March 27, 1798. Pages 80-81.

Phineas Howland of the town of Colchester, Ulster County, NY, farmer, on April 10, 1797, purchased from Francis Atkinson, of New York City, merchant, land in Colchester, part of lot 26 in Great Lot 37, beginning at the corner of Gershom Howland's lot, 80 3/4 acres. Witnesses M Atkinson Jr. and John Atkinson. Recorded May 7, 1798. Pages 81-82.

Phineas Howland of the town of Colchester, Ulster County, NY, farmer, on April 10, 1797, purchased from John Atkinson of New York City, merchant, land in Colchester, part of lot 75, Great Lot 37, beginning at the NW corner of Philip Chases lot, 84 1/4 acres, known by the name of Gershom Howland's farm. Witnesses John Atkinson Jr and J Stewart. Recorded May 7, 1798. Pages 82-83.

Thomas Thomson of the town of Catskill, Albany Co., NY, physican, on February 6, 1798, purchased from Benjamin Hall and Ellen his wife, of the town of Stamford, Delaware County, NY, land in Stamford, lot 260, 15 acres. Witnesses Nathaniel Wilson and L Bangs. Recorded May 9, 1798. Page 83.

Daniel Smith of Lynotsville, town of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, on July 4, 1793, purchased from Simon Dewitt and Elizabeth his wife and Margaret Lynott of the City of Albany, NY, land in Harpersfield, between the Delaware and Susquehannah Rivers, lots 1 and 4 in a tract of land called Lynotsville granted to Elizabeth and Margaret Lynot, 400 acres. Witnesses Peter Jennings and William Honeywell. Recorded July 24, 1798. Page 84.

Joseph Thorp of the town of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, on August 15, 1796, purchased from Ezra Thorp of Fairfield County, Ct., yeoman, land in Harpersfield, 1/2 of lot 218. Witnesses Freegift Patchin and Isaac Patchin Jr. Recorded August 2, 1798. Pages 84-85.

Samuel Southmand of the town of Watertown, Litchfield County, Ct., on December 9, 1795, purchased from Alexander Harper, Esquire, of the town of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, land in Harpersfield, lot 3, 125 acres. Witnesses Joshua Brett and Stephen Fin. Recorded September 29, 1798. Pages 85-86.

Phineas Bennett of the town of Jerico, Tioga County, NY, on June 6, 1791, purchased from John Harper, Esq., of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, land in Otsego County, formerly Montgomery County, NY, between the Coogago branch of the Delaware River and the Susquehannah River, surveyed for Peter VanBrugh Livingston and others, dated October 8, 1785, lot 17, 243 acres. Witnesses St Leger Cowley and John Harper Jr. Recorded September 28, 1798. Pages 86-87.

Luther Burt of Delaware County, farmer, on September 12, 1797, purchased from John Kortright, and Catharine his wife, of New York City, gentleman, land in Delaware County between the Cooguago branch of the Delaware River and the Susquehannah River, surveyed for Peter VanBrugh Livingston and others dated October 8, 1785, being same tract granted to Lawrence Kortright by letters patent, lot 34, 243 acres. Witnesses James Hughes, Edmond Seaman, and Gabriel North. Recorded September 28, 1798. Pages 87-89.

Ozias Burr of Fairfield and Andrew Hurd of Stratford, all in the state of Connecticut, on May 17, 1793, purchased from Lucas Elmandorf Jr.of Kingston, Ulster County, NY, land in Hardenburg Patent, lot 19, at Schoharie Kill, 5200 acres, excepting 100 acres sold to Jonas Laraway. Witnesses John Moore and _____. Recorded October 19, 1798. Pages 89-91.

Isaac Pierce of Harpersfield, Montgomery County, NY, carpenter, on February 1, 1791, purchased from Nathaniel Skinner, of the town of Harpersfield, Montgomery County, NY, innkeeper, lot 73, 100 acres, exclusive of 2 1/2 acres for public roads. Witnesses Alexander Harper and William McFarland. Recorded December 26, 1798. Pages 91-92.

Ezra Thorton of Delaware County, NY, on September 13, 1798, purchased from Solomon Kellogg of Chenago County, NY, land in a tract called Lynottville, Delaware County, 1/2 of lot 10, 100 acres. Witnesses Simeon Crane and Anthony Tripp. Recorded December 27, 1798. Pages 92-93.

Andrew McClaughry of the town of Salem, Washington County, NY, farmer, on February 21, 1798, purchased from Edward Riggs of the town of Argyle, Washington County, NY, land in the town of Kortright, Delaware County, NY, lot 96, 150 acres. Witnesses William McFarlan, William Hoy, and Colin McFarlan. Recorded April 15, 1799. Pages 93-94.

Aaron Chamberlain of Otsego County, NY, farmer, on November 30, 1796, purchased from John L Norton of New York City, gentleman, land in the township of Bedlington, Otsego County, lot 9, part of Great Lot 2, surveyed for John Lake and 26 others, 196 acres, 2 roods, 13 perches. Witnesses Elias Osborn and Isaac Sirno. Recorded April 7, 1799. Pages 94-95.

Samuel Rodman of Nantucket, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, on May 22, 1794, purchased from Benjamin Williams and John Williams of New York City, land in Otsego County, on the south side of the Mohawk River between the Cohoos branch of the Delaware River and the Susquehannah River, part of a larger tract purchased by John Harper senior and his associates from the Indian proprietors beginning in the bounds of a tract of 27,000 acres surveyed for John Lake, at the SE corner of a tract surveyed for James Clarke, being an allotment of land granted by the King of Great Britain to Charles Babington, 2000 acres with the usual allotment for highways. Also, that tract in the township of Bedlington, Otsego County, south of the Mohawk, between the Cohoos branch of the Delaware River and the Susquehannah River, 1/2 part of 2000 acres granted to James Clarke starting at the corner of the 2000 acres granted to John Deburnice. Witnesses Samuel Underwood Jr and Jacob Rhinelander. Recorded April 7, 1799. Pages 95-97.

Edmund Prior of New York City, merchant, on June 11, 1794, purchased from Samuel Rodman of Nantucket in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, land(same parcels described on pages 95-97). Witnesses William R Thurston and Henry Post Jr. Recorded April 7, 1799. Pages 97-98.

The Trustees of the First Presbyterian Congregation in the town of Kortright, Delaware County, NY, on March 14, 1799, purchased from Alexander Leal of the town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, Donald McGillerrie, town of Stamford, NY, and James Irwin, town of Cambridge, Washington County, NY, land in Kortright being the same released by indenture on December 14, 1774, by Lawrance Kortright and Hannah his wife to the above named grantors and Hugh Clark, Hugh Mill, David Nicolson and John Purvis, lot 83, 150 acres. Witnesses Gilbert McClaughry, Daniel McGillerrie, and James Loughran. Recorded April 18, 1799. Pages 98-99.

Abel Beaman, town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, on December 1, 1798, purchased from Jacob Platner, town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, land in the west end of lot 2, part of lott 40, in the Whitesborough Patent, 100 acres of mountain land. Recorded April 18, 1799. Pages 99-100.

Abraham Bush of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, on March 15, 1796, purchased from Elisha Cannon, of Franklin, a mill in the town of Franklin, including a board yard and logway. Witnesses John Dorn Jr and Timothy Cannon. Recorded April 18, 1799. Pages 100-101.

Abraham Bush on March 15, 1796, purchased from Elisha Cannon of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, farmer, a mill in Franklin with the privilege of a board yard and log way. Mill is located on lot 48 in Waltons patent. Witnesses John Dorn Jr. and Timothy Cannon. Recorded April 18, 1799. Page 101.

Cornelius Cole of the town of Hurley, Ulster County, NY, on January 30, 1799, purchased from John Grant of the town of Middletown, Delaware County, NY, farmer(wife Thankful mentioned), land in Middletown on the eastern side of Pacatacan Creek, part of Great lot #7, 200 acres. Witnesses Benjamin Nilk, Cornelius C. Cole and Nathaniel L. Grant. Recorded April 19, 1799. Pages 101-103.

Isaiah Tower of Duanesborough, Albany County, NY, farmer, on January 21, 1799, purchased from John Grant of the town of Middletown, Delaware County, NY, farmer(Wife Thankful mentioned), land in the Hardenburgh Patent, Delaware County, lot 39, 165 1/2 acres, surveyed by John Burr. Witnesses Benjamin Nilk and Nathaniel L. Grant. Recorded April 19, 1799. Pages 103-104.

John Grant of Delaware County, NY, on January 21, 1799, purchased from Isaiah Tower of Albany County, NY, farmer, 1/2 of a parcel of land in the town of Middletown, Delaware County, NY, on the east side of the Papakunk, part of Great Lot 7, 200 acres. Witnesses Benjamin Nilk and Nathaniel L. Grant. Recorded April 19, 1799. Pages 104-105.

Samuel Bowne of New York City, merchant, on March 17, 1795, purchased from Joseph Harper and Catharine his wife, of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, land in Harpersfield, lot 151, 102 1/2 acres. Witnesses Anthony Marvine and Mathew Bellamy. Recorded April 26, 1799. Pages 106-107.

Richard Cunningham of New York City, on June 16, 1798, purchased from Mathew Bellamy and Anner his wife, of Delaware County, NY, land in Harpersfield, part of lots 36 and 37, 56 1/4 acres. Witnesses Joel Bellamy and Eunice Bellamy. Recorded April 26, 1799. Page 107.

Samuel Bowne of New York City, merchant, on June 16, 1798, purchased from Mathew Bellamy and Anner his wife, of Harpersfield, Delaware County, NY, land in Harpersfield, lot 74, 100 acres, exclusive of 2 1/2 acres for public roads, and lot 172, 102 3/4 acres. Witnesses Joel Bellamy and Eunice Bellamy. Recorded April 26, 1799. Page 108.

William Dailey of New York City on March 8, 1799, purchased from Richard Cunningham and Glorianna his wife, land in Harpersfield, part of lots 36 and 37, 56 1/4 acres. Witnesses James Miles Hughes and James Nagrie. Recorded April 26, 1799. Page 109.

Frederick Cunningham of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, on September 8, 1798, purchased from Abraham Sprague of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, land in Colchester bordering the Delaware River. Witnesses Jacob Readiker and James Horton. Recorded May 24, 1799. Pages 109-110.

John Hulse of Walton, Delaware County, NY, farmer, on May 27, 1799, purchased from Joseph Webb of Walton, Delaware County, NY, farmer, land in Walton, lot #45, 188 1/2 acres. Witnesses Abraham Hale and Isaac Gillet. Recorded June 1, 1799. Pages 110-111.

Esther Chapman on August 20, 1795, purchased from James Wardell and Hannah his wife of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, carpenter, land in Harpersfield, part of lot 156, 10 acres. Witnesses Anthony Marvine and Reuben Brainard. Recorded June 6, 1799. Pages 111-112.

Epinetus Buckingham of Watertown, Litchfield County, Ct., on May 6, 1799, purchased from William Harper of Harpersfield, Delaware County, NY, land in Harpersfield, lot 105, 95 acres, reserving 5 acres previously conveyed to Palmer Wood. Witnesses Isaac Dayton and Oliver Packard. Recorded June 6, 1799. Pages 112-113.

Obodiah Sands of Queens County, NY, on December 10, 1797, purchased from Anthony Gosper and Francis Maria his wife, land on the Delaware River previously granted to the heirs of General John Bradstreet, lot 49, 187 acres and 1/2 part of lot 39, 1060 acres. Recorded July 5, 1799. Pages 113-114.

George C. Sands of Cow Neck, Queens, NY, on November 2, 1793, purchased from Hugh McClelan of the town of Troy, Renselaer County, NY, merchant, 1/2 of land granted by Charles John Evans and Agatha his wife to Anthony Gosper and Francis Maria his wife, then conveyed to Hugh McClelan. Witnesses Benjamin Sands and Daniel Flanagan. Recorded July 5, 1799. Pages 114-115.

Hezekiah Hodges of the town of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, on July 1, 1799, purchased from Isaac Hodges and Freelove Hodges of the town of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, land in Franklin, part of lot 144, part of a larger tract surveyed for Peter VanBrough Livingston and others, 22 acres and 129 square rods. Witnesses Sherman Bartlett and Nehemiah Ford. Recorded July 8, 1799. Pages 115-116.

Isaac Hodges, senior, of Warrensborough, Montgomery County, NY, yeoman, on November 18, 1790, purchased from John Harper, of Harpersfield, Montgomery County, NY, Esq., lot 144 being the same granted to Sherman Waltles by letters patent, 287 acres. Witnesses William Makee and Archibald Harper. Recorded July 8,1799. Pages 116-117.

Neamiah Davis of Harpersfield, Delaware County, NY, on November 14, 1798, purchased from Andrew Hurd of Stratford, Fairfield County, Ct., land in the town of Stamford, Delaware County, NY, lot 249, 15 acres. Witnesses Joshua Brett and Joseph Hurd. Recorded July 8, 1799. Page 117.

Stephen Miller of the town of Claverack, Columbia County, NY, merchant, on July 9, 1799, purchased from Jacob F Platner and Elizabeth his wife of the town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, land in the town of Delhi beginning at the NE corner of Abel Beeman's lot, 100 acres. Witnesses Peter Wiesmer and John I Miller. Recorded July 9, 1799. Page 118.

Michael Wolf of Colchester, Ulster County, NY, in 1796, purchased from William Furman, of Colchester, Ulster County, NY, land in Colchester in Great Lot 36, beginning at the Southerly corner of Gordon Chapman's lot, 100 acres. Witnesses Joshua Gee and Abraham Sears. Recorded August 10, 1799. Page 119.

Chauncy Lawrence of Kortright, Delaware County, NY, on December 13, 1798, purchased from Eneas Warner and Lydia his wife of Harpersfield, Delaware County, NY, land in Harpersfield, part of lot 88, 80 acres exclusive of the usual allowance for highways and also exclusive of 3/4 acres and 10 square rod, in a gore near Warner's barn. Witnesses John Warner and James Warner. Recorded August 10, 1799. Page 120.

Stephen Miller of the town of Claverack, Columbia County, NY, merchant, on July 9, 1799, purchased from Peter Wiesmer and Rosina his wife of the town of Claverack and George Weismer and Catharine his wife of the town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, land in Delaware County, subdivision lot #1 in lot # 40 in the Whitesborough tract, beginning at the SE corner of George and John Bartholomew Yendes land, 201 acres. Witness John I Miller. Recorded August 28, 1799. Page 121.

Stephen Miller of the town of Claverack, Columbia County, NY, merchant, on July 9, 1799, purchased from Peter Wiesmer and Rosina his wife and George Wiesmer and Catharine his wife of the town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, land in Delaware County, subdivision of lot #1 in lot #40 in the Whitesborough Patent, beginning 7 1/2 chains from the division line of Jacob Platner and George and John Bartholomew Yendes, 81 acres reserving one acre to John Bartholomew Yendes as run by Mahel Hyde. Witness John Miller. Recorded August 29, 1799. Page 122.

John Bartholomew Yendes on February 12, 1799, purchased from Peter Weismer, town of Claverack, Columbia County, NY, one acre of land known as Yendes garden, exempted out of land conveyed to Stephen Miller. Witnesses Peter Yendes and Jacob Platner. Recorded September 23, 1799. Page 123.

Gilbert Walworth of the town of Buckingham, Wayne County, Pa, on March 16, 1799, purchased from Alpheus Bascom and Hannah his wife of the town of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, 1/2 of lot #8, seventh allotment in the division between the children of Nancy Ryerse in lot #3, in the Hardenburgh Patent, 277 acres in the whole lot described in deed from Benjamin Hardenburgh to Alpheus Bascom and Gilbert Walworth. Witnesses Jonas Larkin and William Horton. Recorded October 1, 1799. Page 123.

Moses Hanford of Norwalk, Ct., on January 21, 1794, purchased from William I Vreedenburgh of New York City, land granted by letters patent to Peter Byvanck, Garret Abeel and Evert Byvanck exectors of the estate of Evert Byvanck, in Otsego County between the Cooguago Branch of the Delaware River and the Susquehannah River, lot #11, 243 acres. Witnesses John Ray and Abraham Hardenburgh. Recorded October 4, 1799. Page 124.

John Styles of the City of Philadelphia, Pa, on September 28, 1799, purchased from Clark Cannon of the town of Walton, Delaware Co., NY, land between the Delaware and Susquehannah Rivers, late the property of William Walton and Gerard Walton, lot 58, 167 1/2 acres. Witnesses Cornelius Decker and Walter Chase. Recorded October 5, 1799. Pages 124-125.

Abraham Sears and James Early of the town of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, on May 1, 1797, purchased from William Furman*(Indexed as Freeman in Grantor-Grantee index)(Abigail Furman mentioned) of the town of Colchester, land in Colchester, Great Lot 36, 150 acres. Witnesses Joshua Gee and Edmund Gee. Recorded October 5, 1799. Pages 125-126.

Nathan Stevens of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, on June 9, 1799, purchased from Samuel William Johnson and Susan his wife of Stratford, Fairfield County, Ct., two pieces of land which said Johnson bought from Samuel Verplank near where said Stevens now lives, both parcels in lot 53, 12 1/2 acres and 57 acres. Witnesses Gilbert Townsend and Anthony Lloyd. Recorded October 5, 1799. Pages 126-127.

Zeba Buruson of the town of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, on May 24, 1798, purchased from Jonathan Fitch, town of Unadilla, Otsego County, NY, land in a place called Whitesborough, Delaware County, between the Cooguago branch of the Delaware River and the Susquehannah River, the southern half of lot 17, 470 acres. Witnesses George Darrow and Jonas Sliters. Recorded October 7, 1799. Page 127.

William Pitt Beers of Stratford, town of Huntington, Fairfield County, Ct., on April 1, 1790, purchased from Francis Hawley, Huntington County, Ct., land in New Stamford, Ulster County, NY, lot 42. Witnesses Samuel Beers and Aner Beers. Recorded October 15, 1799. Page 128.

Elias Brewer, town of Cambridge, Washington County, NY, farmer, on February 7, 1792, purchased from Tunis F. Vanvechten and Abraham Vanvechten of the City of Albany, Albany County, NY, Esquires, land on the southerly side of the Susquehannah River, lot #5, in the tract granted to Alexander Wallace and others, 216 acres. Witnesses D. Paris and Garret G. Vischer. Recorded October 17, 1799. Page 128-129.

James Hill, town of Montgomery, Ulster County, NY, yeoman, on October 1, 1790, purchased from John Harper, town of Harpersfield, Montgomery County, NY, Esq., land in Harpersfield, lot 185, 125 acres. Witnesses Alexander Harper and Robert Allen. Recorded October 24, 1799. Pages 129-130.

James Hill, town of Montgomery, Ulster County, NY, on May 9, 1793, purchased from John Brown, town of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, land in Harpersfield, lot 187, 102 acres. Witnesses Robert Allen and Joseph Harper. Recorded October 24, 1799. Pages 130-131.

James Hill, town of Montgomery, Ulster County, NY, on February 23, 1793, purchased from William Bell and Jane Bell his wife, town of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, yeoman, land in Harpersfield, lot 186, 100 acres, exclusive of 2 1/2 acres for public roads. Witnesses Thomas Bell and James Douglas. Recorded October 24, 1799. Page 131.

Abraham Sprague, town of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, on October 14, 1799, purchased from Frederick Cunningham, town of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, land in Colchester, adjacent to the Delaware River. Witnesses William Horton and Elizabeth Horton. Recorded October 25, 1799. Page 132.

Ebenzer Foote of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, on May 30, 1799, purchased from James I White, Sheriff of Delaware County, NY, part of a tract granted to Henry White and others known as the Whitesborough tract and being between the Cooguago branch of the Delaware River and the Susquehannah River. This transaction is the settlement of a suit of Solomon Simson, Manuel Myers and Solomon Myers against William Sheriff, and includes lots 21, 31, 14, 1, 25, 26, 36, 7, 18, and 38 totaling 9,549 acres. These lots are a portion of the Whitesborough tract on which Henry White, William Sheriff, Hugh Wallace, Gabriel Maturik, Thomas Gambel and Stephen Kimble became tenants in common. Above land sold at a public sale to Ebenezer Foote. Witnesses Asa Emmons and David Philips. Recorded December 25, 1799. Pages 132-134.

James Clark of Mundfield, Hampshire County, Province of Massachusetts Bay, on October 3, 1766, in the sixth year of his majesty's reign, appointed Attorney Simon Stevens of Charlestown, Province of New Hampshire, power of attorney for conveyence of deeds. Witnesses Benjamin Williams, Stephen Thorn, John Crow. Recorded January 15, 1800. Pages 134-135.

John Birdsall Jr., town of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, taylor, on December 4, 1795, purchased from Reuben Bennet and Luanna Bennet, town of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, blacksmith, land in Franklin, part of lot 17, called the mill lot on Ouleout Creek, 115 1/2 acres. Witnesses Phineas Bennet and Nehemiah Rogers Jr. Recorded February 11, 1800. Pages 135-136.

Cornell Smith, town of Fairfield, Fairfield County, Ct., on February 3, 1800, purchased from Benjamin Morse of Harpersfield, Delaware County, NY, land in Harpersfield, lot 129, excepting 20 1/2 acres previously conveyed to Joel Hubbard. Witnesses Matthew Bellamy and John Lamb. Recorded February 11, 1800. Pages 136-137.

John McDonald of Cortright, NY, on October 23, 1794, purchased from Gerard Bancker and Philip Livingston of NYC, Esquires, executors of the last will of Philip VanBurgh Livingston, formerly of NYC, merchant, but lately of Elizabethtown, NY, deceased, land in a patent granted to Arent Bradt and others on the northern side of the Delaware, lot 49, 158 acres. Witnesses James Boyce and Samuel Lorre. Recorded April 21, 1800. Pages 137-138.

John W Righter(Bighler in Grantor-Grantee Index) of Dutchess County, NY, on April 17, 1799, purchased from Ephraim Barret and Jasper his wife, of Delaware County, NY, land in the Whitesborough Patent, one tenth part of lot 3, 100 acres. Witnesses Anthony Marvine, James White, James Goodrich, and Joshua Bice. Recorded April 21, 1800. Pages 138-139.

Richard Lawrance of Harpersfield, Delaware County, NY, and Anner his wife, on July 21, 1798, purchased from Mathew Bellamy of Harpersfield, Delaware County, NY, land in Harpersfield, part of original lots #15 and #16, 100 acres. Witnesses Joel Bellamy and Loisa Pickney. Recorded May 3, 1800. Pages 139-140.

William L. Lawrence, Caleb L. Lawrence, Mary Ann Lawrence, Sarah Lawrence, Eliza Lawrence, and Jane Lawrence, children of Richard Lawrence, late of New York City, now deceased, on April 26, 1800, purchased from Mathew Bellamy of Harpersfield, Delaware County, NY, farmer, land in Harpersfield, part of original lots #15 and #16, 100 acres. Witnesses John Lamb and Samuel Lamb. Recorded May 3, 1800. Pages 140-142.

Nathaniel C. Tiffany, town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, on April 1, 1800, purchased from Benajah McCall, town of Walton, Delaware County, NY, and Lois his wife, land in Walton, part of a larger tract surveyed for Peter VanBrugh Livingston and others, lot 112, 243 acres. Witnesses Frederick P. Foote and Samuel Sherwood. Recorded May 20, 1800. Pages 142-143.

William Cooper, Otsego County, NY, on January 28, 1800, purchased from James I.White, Esquire, sheriff of Delaware County, NY, as a result of a suit of William Cooper against Moses Sackrider, land in the Little Patent, bounded by the Cooguago branch of the Delaware River, lot #50, 150 acres. Witnesses Oliver Peak and Erastus Root. Recorded May 20, 1800. Pages 143-144.

The heirs of Ephraim Paine, Esquire, late of the town of Amenia, Dutchess County, NY, deceased, on February 8, 1800, received from the Commissioners appointed by the Court of Common Pleas for Delaware County, the partition of lot #3 and part of lot #6 according to the following: to Sally Boyd, daughter, 207 acres; to Mary Barnum, daughter, 197 acres; to Betsey Flint, daughter, 207 acres; to Lucy aine, minor daughter, 207 acres; to Cloe Mann, daughter, 207 acres; also to Mary Barnum, 81 acres; also to Cloe Mann, 76 3/4 acres; also to Lucy Paine, 78 3/4 acres; also to Sally Boyd, 78 3/4 acres; also to Cloe Mann, 69 3/4 acres; to Mary Paine, widow, 64 acres; to Abijah Paine, son, 150 acres; to Ephraim Paine, son, 168 3/4 acres. Signed by Commissioners Anthony Marvine and A.E. Paine. Witnesses George Foote and Joshua Brett. Recorded May 21, 1800. Pages 144-145.

David Brewer, town of Kotright, Delaware County, NY, yeoman, on May 6, 1800, purchased from Elias Brewer, town of Kotright, Delaware County, NY, gentleman, land on the Susquehannah River, lot 5, in a tract granted to Alexander Wallace, bordering the northern bounds of Franklin township, 80 acres. Witnesses Daniel Fuller and John Hartwell. Recorded May 28, 1800. Pages 145-146.

Edward Swan of Stonington, New London County, Ct., gentleman, on May 24, 1800, purchased from Daniel Prentice and Mary his wife, of Harpersfield, Delaware County, NY, gentleman, land in Harpersfield, lot 131, 100 acres, exclusive of 2 1/2 acres for public roads. Also, an adjoining one acre parcel. Witnesses Eunice Prentice and Joseph Hotchkiss Jr. Recorded July 2, 1800. Pages 146-147.

John Mackintyre(McInytre inGrantor-Grantee Index) of Otsego County, NY, on October 5, 1799, purchased from Ephraim Barrett and Jamspine his wife, town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, land in Whitesborough Patent, Delaware County, one tenth part of lot #3, with 1000 acres in whole lot. One fifth part of lot #3 was conveyed to Ephraim Barrett by Whiting Mann and Chloe his wife. Witnesses Philip Gebhard, John I Tenbroecke, Joshua Griffith and Ruth Tiffs. Recorded July 2, 1800. Pages 147-148.

Frederick William Hecht of New York City, gentleman, on October 25, 1770, purchased from James Clark of Murayfield, Hampshire County, Province of Massachusetts, Simon Stevens of Charlestown, Province of New Hampshire, attorney for James Clark, land in Bedlington, Albany County, Province of NY, south of the Mohawk between the Cooguago branch of the Delaware River and the Susquehannah River, 1/2 part of a 2000 tract granted by his majesty's letters patent to said James Clark, containing 1050 acres. This parcel borders tracts granted to John DeBerniere and John Leake. James Clark served in North America during the late wars under Major Robert Rogers. Witnesses Hugh Ryder and Cornwell Sands. No recording date, note by E. Foote, County Clerk, "Entered by mistake not being acknowledged". Pages 148-149.

Frederick William Hecht, of New York City, on October 26, 1770, purchased from James Clark, Murryfield, County of Hampshire, Province of Massachusetts Bay, gentleman, through his attorney Simon Stevens, land south of the Mohawk between the Cooguago branch of the Delaware River and the Susquehannah River, bordering land of John DeBerniere, John Leake and Charles Bedington, 2000 acres. Also, that tract in Bedlington township, Albany County, Province of NY, south of the Mohawk between the Cooguago branch of the Delaware River and the Susquehannah River, 1/2 part of 2000 acres granted to James Clark, 1050 acres. Witnesses Hugh Ryder and Cornwell Sands. Recorded July 2, 1800. Pages 150-153.

Benjamin Williams and John Williams of Westchester County, NY, yeoman, on October 12, 1793, purchased from Frederick William Hecht, town of Digby, County of Annapolis, Province of Novascotia, Esquire, and Ann his wife, land in Otsego County, south of the Mohawk between the Cooguago branch of the Delaware and the Susquehannah Rivers, bounded by land surveyed for John Lake, James Clark, and Charles Babington. 2000 acres. Also, a parcel in the town of Bedlington, Otsego County, 1/2 part of 2000 acres granted to James Clark, 1050 acres. Witnesses James Titus and Lawrence Sneden. Recorded July 9, 1800. Pages 153-155.

Joel Mack, town of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, yeoman, on January 18, 1794, purchased from Abner Mack of Otsego, Otsego County, NY, yeoman, two tracts in the town of Harpersfield, lot 182, 102 3/4 acres and 35 acres in the south end of lot 183 and 27 acres adjoining that lot and lot 182. Witnesses Alexander Harper and Daniel Mack. Recorded July 10, 1800. Pages 155-156.

Robert Ross, of New York City, gentleman, on October 26, 1770, purchased from James Clark of Murrayfield, Hampshire County, Province of Massachusetts Bay, gentleman, by his attorney Simon Stevens of Charlestown, Province of New Hampshire, land in Bedlington, Albany County, Province of New York, land south of the Mohawk, 1/2 part of 2000 acres granted to James Clark, 1050 acres. Witnesses Hugh Ryder and Cornwell Sands. Recorded August 21, 1800. Pages 156-158.

Cornelius Wemple, town of Mohawk, Montgomery County, NY, on January 10, 1794, purchased from Garret Putman and Rebecca his wife, 1/2 part of a parcel in Whitesborough, Otsego County, lot 23, 972 acres deemed to have been forfeited by the attainer of Henry White, Esquire, one of the members of the council of the late colony of New York. Witnesses Victor C. Putman and William Wemple. Recorded September 3, 1800. Pages 159-160.

Peter Jennings, town of Stamford, Ulster County, NY, on July 3, 1793, purchased from Simon DeWitt and Elizabeth his wife and Margaret Lynott, all of the City of Albany, NY, lot #7 in a tract called Lynottville which was granted to Elizabeth and Margaret Lynott, 200 acres. Witnesses Daniel Smith and William Honeywell. Recorded October 4, 1800. Pages 160-161.

David Mitchell, Litchfield County, Ct., on May 20, 1800, purchased from Peter Jennings and Uneac his wife, town of Stamford, Delaware County, NY, land in Harpersfield, lot #7 in the Lynottville tract, 200 acres. Witnesses Sally Jennings, Isaac Hutton, George R. Abbot and _____ Jennings. Recorded October 4, 1800. Pages 161-162.

John Dickson of Middletown, Delaware County, NY, yeoman, on August 1, 1797, purchased from John Lawrence and Letishe Lawrence of Middletown, Delaware County, NY, yeoman, land on the easterly side of the Papikank River, part of Great Lot #7, land that belonged to Julian Verplank, 18 1/4 acres. Witnesses Benjamin Stewart, William Washburn and James F. Phenis. Recorded October 13, 1800. Pages 162-163.

Daniel Kelar(Keeler in Grantor-Grantee Index) of Norwalk, Fairfield County, Ct., on December 19, 1799, purchased from John Hoyt and Nezia Hoyt of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, land in the township of Walton, town of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, lot #40, 58 1/2 acres. Witnesses Sluman Wattles, Ezra Hoyt, Mary Wattles, Thadeus _____. Recorded November 22, 1800. Page 164.

Dudley Walsh of the City of Albany, Albany County, NY, merchant, on January 20, 1800, purchased from Joachim G. Staats and Christiana Staats, town of Schoharie, Schoharie County, NY, merchant, land in Harpersfield, lot 27, 100 acres; lot 78, 100 acres; lot 79, 100 acres, exclusive of 2 1/2 acres for public highways; lot 41, 110 acres, exclusive of 4 1/4 acres and 24 perches for public highways; 1/2 of lot 40, 55 acres according to map by Adonijah Steinbergh, surveyor; 1/2 of lot 65, 50 acres; lot 65, 50 acres, exclusive of 1 1/4 acres for public roads; and lot 82, 100 acres, exclusive of 6 1/2 acres for public roads and excepting 10 square rods where the Presbyterian meeting house now stands subject to mortgage by Alexander Harper. Witnesses Isaac Marselus and Caleb G. Treene. Recorded December 8, 1800. Pages 165-167.

William Walton of New York City on May 2, 1798, purchased from Mary Walton, James Delancey Walton, Jacob Walton all of New York City, and Daniel Cromeline Verplank and Ann his wife of Fishkill, Dutchess County, NY, a portion of a tract granted by his majesty King George the third to William Walton, Thomas Walton, Gerard Walton, Anthony Vandam, Hamilton Young, Robert Ross Waddell, John Hamilton, Jacob Keene, John Moore, Gabriel H. Ludlow, Robert Alexander, William Stepple, Philip Hicks, Frederick Depeyster, John Kelly, George Burns, Robert Cove, John Sticklen, Henry Beekman, and Thomas Jones, land in what is now Delaware County, south of the Mohawk River between the Cooguago branch of the Delaware River and the Susquehannah River, 20,000 acres in total. In 1770 the above named conveyed the tract to William Walton. In 1793 William Walton had the tract surveyed by William Cockburn Jr., and divided into lots. Said William Walton departed this life on August 18, 1796, intestate and the tract descended to the heirs of William Walton namely William Walton, Mary Walton, James Delancey Walton, Jacob Walton, and to Ann wife of Daniel Cromeline Verplank. The following lots out of the 20,000 tract are now being conveyed to William Walton: lots 2,5,12,19,25,28,30,49,55,60,63,65,75,80,83,92,99 and 100. Witnesses Thomas Cooper and Gilbert Livingston. Recorded December 10, 1800. Pages 167-169.

James Delancey Walton on May 2, 1798, purchased from Mary Walton, William Walton and Jacob Walton, all of New York City and Daniel Crommelin Verplank and Ann his wife of Fishkill, Dutchess County, NY, a portion of a tract as described in the deed on pages 167-169, lots 6,13,16,22,29,35,45,47,53,56,66,69,70,73,79,86,95, and 101. Witnesses John Peter Delancey, Thomas Cooper, Susan Cook and Gilbert Livingston. Recorded December 10, 1800. Pages 169-171.

Jacob Walton of New York City, on May 2, 1798, purchased from Mary Walton, William Walton, and James Delancey Walton, all of New York City, and Daniel Crommelin Verplank and Ann his wife of Fishkill, Dutchess County, NY, a portion of a tract as described in the deed on pages 167-169, lots 1,8,14,17,27,37,42,54,61,62,67,78,81,85,89, and 96. Witnesses John Peter Delancey, Susan Cook, Thomas Cooper and Gilbert Livingston. Recorded December 11, 1800. Pages 171-173.

Mary Walton of New York City, on May 2, 1798, purchased from William Walton, James Delancey Walton, and Jacob Walton all of New York City, and Daniel Crommelin Verplank and Ann his wife of Fishkill, Dutchess County, NY, a portion of a tract as described in the deed on pages 167-169, lots 3,9, 18,24,26,31,36,38,39,58,71,74,76,82,84,88,94, and 97. Witnesses John Peter Delancey and Thomas Cooper. Recorded December 11, 1800. Pages 173-174.

** Pages 175-176 are blank. Original Book A was checked and pages 168-177 have been taped in place, and pages 175-176 are blank. Reason is unknown.

Peter Kimble, late of New Jersey, but now of the Island of St. Kitts in the West Indies, merchant, on December 31, 1772, purchased from Stephen Kimble, field officer in his Majesties' Sixtieth Regiment of Foot, and considering the affection Stephen Kimble bears toward his brother Peter Kimble, land in the township of Whitesborough, late County of Albany, Colony of New York, on the south side of the Mohawk River between the Cooguago branch of the Delaware River and the Susquehannah River, part of land granted to Henry White, lots 5,20,28,30, and 33, totaling 4944 acres. Witnesses Owen Evans and Hugh Piercy Leadbetter. Recorded December 12, 1800. Page 177.

John Magee, town of Walton, Delaware County, NY, on October 30, 1800, purchased from Ephraim Barrett, town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, Esquire, land in Delhi, starting at the westerly corner of Erastus Root's land, 133 rods of ground. Witness Ebenezer Williams. Recorded April 16, 1801. Pages 178-179.

Cornell Smith of Harpersfield, Delaware County, NY, on December 5, 1800, purchased from Zacheus Smith of Harpersfield, Delaware County, NY, yeoman, land in Harpersfield, lot 128, 102 1/2 acres inclusive of highways, being the same lot conveyed to Oliver Phelps and Gideon Granger Jr. by Benjamin Morse. Witnesses Joshua H. Brett and Rebecca Brett. Recorded April 16, 1801. Pages 179-180.

Zacheus Smith of New Fairfield, Fairfield County, Ct., on February 14, 1800, purchased from Oliver Phelps and Mary his wife of Suffield, Ct., Esq., land in Harpersfield, lot 128, 102 1/2 acres, inclusive of highways, being the same lot conveyed to Oliver Phelps and Gideon Granger Jr. by Benjamin Morse. Witnesses Cornell Smith and Ezekiel R. Hyde. Recorded April 16, 1801. Pages 180-181.

Jonas More on November 5, 1800, purchased from Edward Livingston and Mary his wife, of New York City, Counselor at Law, land in New Stamford, that was divided by the last will of Margaret Livingston, late of Claremont, to Edward Livingston, lot 223, 150 acres. Witness Thomas Cooper. Recorded April 17, 1801. Pages 181-183.

John Piersen, town of Stamford, Ulster County, NY, on February 18, 1796, purchased from Benjamin Jones and Diannah Jones, town of Stamford, Ulster County, NY, land in Great Lot 42, lot 311, four acres containing the present gristmill and 1/2 of lot 311, 50 acres. Witnesses John Moore and Benjamin Hall. Recorded April 17, 1801. Page 183.

David McMin, town of Kortright, Delaware County, NY, on October 17, 1800, purchased from John Kortright, and Catharine his wife, of the seventh ward of New York City, land in the town of Kortright, beginning at the SE corner of lot 138, 150 acres. Witness Thomas McClaughry. Recorded May 5, 1801. Pages 184-185.

Peter Vandenbogart of Poughkeepsie precinct, yeoman, on January 13, 1769, purchased from Sarah Titsort, widow, of Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County,(one of the daughters of Coll Leonard Lewis, deceased), and in consideration of the love for her son-in-law, Peter Vandenbogart, 1000 acres in the Great Patent, lying in the forks of the Rivers Papakunk and Delaway, at a spot to be chosen by Peter Vandenbogart, excepting 1000 acres already given to her son Leonard. Witnesses Joseph Gale and Jacob Conklin. Recorded May 8, 1801. Page 185.

Peter Vandenbogart Jr. of Livingston, Columbia County, NY, on February 7, 1794, purchased from Peter Vandenbogart and Elizabeth his wife, town of Livingston, Columbia County, NY, land in Colchester, 1/4 part of 1000 acres, lot 35, land conveyed by Sarah Titsort to Leonard Titsort and then to Peter Vandenbogart, also 800 acres, part of the 1000 acres in lot 65, which 1000 acres was conveyed from Sarah Titsort to Peter Vandenbogart. Witnesses Ozias Stevens and John Acker. Recorded May 8, 1801. Pages 185-186.

Peter Vandenbogart Jr. town of Livingston, Columbia County, NY, on January 31, 1794, purchased from Peter Vandenbogart, and Elizabeth his wife, town of Livingston, Columbia County, NY, 1/4 of a lot of 1000 acres in the town of Colchester, Ulster County, NY, lot 65, previously conveyed from Sarah Titsort to Leonard Titsort and then to Peter Vandenbogart. Witnesses Ozias Stevens and John Acker. Recorded May 8, 1801. Pages 186-187.

Elizabeth Vandenbogart, wife of Peter Vandenbogart of Livingston, Columbia County, NY, on February 7, 1794, purchased from Peter Vandenbogart Jr. of Livingston, Columbia County, NY, 1/4 part of 1000 acres in Colchester, Ulster County, NY, lot 65,and also 800 acres in lot 65. Witnesses Ozias Stevens and John Acker. Recorded May 8, 1801. Pages 187-188.

Thomas Gilmore and Lemuel Mallory of Delaware County, yeoman, on April 18, 1800, purchased from Cornelius Ray and Elizabeth his wife, of New York City, merchant, land in Delaware County, Great Lot 35, part of lot 11 as per map of Jonas Smith, surveyor, 150 acres. Witnesses Isaac Doty and John Lansing Jr. Recorded May 8, 1801. Page 188-189.

Ebenezer Wheeler, William Wheeler and Jonathan Weller on July 11, 1800, purchased from Thomas Gilmore and Martha his wife, and Lemuel Mallory, land in Delaware County, Great Lot 35, part of lot 11 as per map by Jonas Smith, surveyor, 150 acres. Witnesses Jonas Larkin, Henry Sands and John Winchel. Recorded May 11, 1801. Pages 189-190.

Ebenezer Wheeler, William Wheeler and Jonathan Weller, town of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, on August 15, 1799, purchased from Joel Larkin, town of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, 1/6 part of the Partridge Island Sawmill. Witnesses Jonas Lakin and William Horton. Recorded May 11, 1801. Page 190.

Thomas Gilmore on May 19, 1800, purchased from Jonas Lakin of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, the Partridge Island Sawmill, except 1/6 part. Witnesses John Winchel and John Graham. Recorded May 11, 1801. Pages 190-191.

William Wheeler, Ebenezer Wheeler, and Jonathan Weller of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, yeomen, on July 11, 1800, purchased from Lemuel Mallory of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, carpenter, 3/16 part of the Partridge Island sawmills. Witnesses John Winchell, Jonas Lakin, and Henry Sands. Recorded May 11, 1801. Page 191.

Ebenezer Wheeler, William Wheeler, and Jonathan Weller of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, husbandmen, on July 11, 1800, purchased from Thomas Gilmore, of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, yeoman, 7/16 of the Partridge Island sawmills. Witnesses Jonas Lakin, Henry Sands, and John Winchel. Recorded May 12, 1801. Page 191.

Daniel Judson Jr. of Stratford, Fairfield County, Ct., on June 6, 1800, purchased from Ephraim Beardsley of Stratford, Fairfield County, Ct., land in the town of Woodstock, Delaware County, NY, in the north part of Great Lot 19, part of lots 8, 20, 2, 28, 42, 15, 26, 3, 34, and 35, for a total of 1132.6 acres. Witnesses Samuel W. Johnson and Susan Johnson. Recorded May 13, 1801. Pages 191-193.

Henry Wagoner and Henry Wagoner Jr., both of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, on May 6, 1801, purchased from Samuel William Johnson of Stratford, Fairfield County, Ct., land in the town of Delhi, in Wilson's Cove, western part of lot 12, land purchased from Samuel Verplank, bounded at the NW corner by Gilbert Townsend, 150 acres. Witnesses Gilbert Townsend and Henry Bevins. Recorded May 13, 1801. Pages 193-194.

Whiting Mann of Amenia, Dutchess County, NY, on November 3, 1798, purchased from Theophilius N. Finn and Mary his wife, of Kortright, Delaware County, NY, land in Lynottsville, Delaware County, part of lots 10 and 11, adjoining Anthony Tripp's land, 67 acres. Witnesses Caleb Barnum, Lucy Paine, Daniel Smith and Alexander Leal. Recorded May 16, 1801. Pages 194-195.

Whiting Mann of Delaware County, NY, on April 17, 1799, purchased from Ephraim Barrett and Jasper his wife, of Delaware County, NY, land in Lynottville, Delaware County, part of lots 10 and 11, bordering Anthony Tripp, Caleb Barnum, Theophilius Finn and Eliada Barrett, 80 acres. Witnesses Anthony Marvine, James Goodrich, Caleb Barnum, and Luther Goodrich. Recorded May 16, 1801. Page 195.

Anthony Tripp of Canann, Columbia County, NY, on May 30, 1797, purchased from Ephraim Barrett and Jasper(Jaspine) his wife, of Kortright, Delaware County, NY, Esquire, land in Kortright, in the tract of Lynottville, part of lot 10, bordering Branch and Thornton's lands, 40 acres. Witnesses Peter Abbey and Hannah Abbey. Recorded May 26, 1801. Page 196.

Peter Abbey of the town of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, on April 30, 1801, purchased from David Wright of the town of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, land in the town of Franklin, starting at the NW corner of the land Judd Raymond sold to Capt. Henry Betts and also bordering Adam Brown, 2 acres. Witnesses Samuel Case and Seymour Pomroy. Recorded June 6, 1801. Pages 196-197.

Jacob Clauson of Westchester County, NY, on May 1, 1801, purchased from James I White, Esquire, Sheriff of Delaware County, NY, land involved in a suit of John Moore against Titus Williams in the town of Colchester, bordering the Papakunk River, 50 acres. Witnesses Ebenezer Foote and Samuel Sherwood. Recorded June 6, 1801. Pages 197-198.

Peter Kimble Jr. of New York City, Esquire, on July 5, 1780, purchased from Lewis Ogden of New York City, Esquire, lots 1, 7, 14, 18, 21, 25, 26, 31, 36, and 38, in the township of Whitesborough, Montgomery County, totaling 9549 acres. Witnesses James Sterling and T Khetten. Recorded July 6, 1801. Pages 198-199.

Jacob Seber of New York City, merchant, on October 17, 1796, purchased from Peter Kimble Jr. of New York City, land(same as deed pages 198-199). Witness Robert Thimble. Recorded July 6, 1801. Pages 199-200.

Jacob Seber of New York City, merchant, on February 28, 1801, purchased from Ebenezer Foote and Jershua his wife, of Delaware County, NY, Esquire, land in the Whitesborough Tract, 9 lots(see deed pages 198-199, except lot 18), same as land of William Sheriff sold at public auction. Witnesses Alexander Leal and Harriett Foote. Recorded July 7, 1801. Pages 200-202.

Henry Livingston, town of Livingston, Columbia County, NY, on July 3, 1801, purchased from Reuben Bennett, town of Sidney, Delaware County, NY, land in the town of Sidney, part of lot 17, surveyed for Peter Van Burgh Livingston and others, 120 acres. Witnesses Jonathan Fitch and Nicholas Kline. Recorded July 7, 1801. Pages 202-203.

Ebenezer Foote of Delaware County, NY, Esquire, on June 22, 1801, purchased from Jacob Seber and Eliza his wife of New York City, land in Delaware County, Whitesborough Patent, lot 18, 1000 acres, same land as Sheriff's sale of property of William Sheriff. Witnesses Isaac Ogden and Samuel Stuart. Recorded July 7, 1801. Pages 203-204.

Andrew Mitchell of New York City, merchant, on March 16, 1796, purchased from Ebenezer Averil and Betsey his wife, of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, land in Harpersfield, lot 42, 10 acres and lot 60, same as conveyed from John Harper to John MacBride, 100 acres exclusive of 2 acres for public roads. Witnesses Joshua H. Brett and Jonathan Hubbard. Recorded July 8, 1801. Pages 204-206.

Andrew Mitchell of New York City, merchant, on June 7, 1795, purchased from Nathaniel Wattles and Ruth his wife, town of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, land in Franklin, lot 49, 247 acres. Witnesses Gurdeon Huntington and Solomon Martin. Recorded July 8, 1801. Pages 206-207.

Andrew Mitchell of New York City, on December 20, 1793, purchased from Benjamin Hovey and Lydia his wife, town of Oxford, Tioga County, NY, land in the town of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, part of a tract granted to Sluman Wattles and others, lot 82, 243 acres. Witnesses Robert Wetman and John Pearson. Recorded July 9, 1801. Pages 207-208.

Daniel Commelin Verplank of Fishkill, Dutchess County, NY, on May 2, 1798, purchased from Mary Walton, William Walton, James Delancey Walton and Jacob Walton all of New York City, a portion of a tract described on pages 167- 169, lots 4, 10, 11, 21, 23, 33, 41, 51, 59, 64, 68, 72, 77, 87, 91, 93, and 34. Witnesses Thomas Cooper and John Peter Delancey. Recorded July 9, 1801. Pages 208-210.

Joseph Merrick of Delaware County, NY, on April 30, 1800, purchased from John L. Norton of New York City, gentleman, part of Great Lot 2, in a tract called Bedlington, granted to John Leake and others, surveyed by Nathaniel Lock, conveyed from John Leake to George Johnson, lot 18, 212 acres. Witnesses Aaron Chamberlain, Hannah Franklins and N. Gelston. Recorded July 26, 1801. Pages 210-212.

Aaron Pierce of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, on July 13, 1799, purchased from Jonathan Hasbrouck of Kingston, Ulster County, NY, in Great Lot 3, lot 3 of the 7th allotement, bordering land of the heirs of Jacob R. Hardenberg, 205 acres and also lot 4 in the 7th allotement, 244 acres. Witnesses William Tremper and Ebenezer Taylor. Recorded August 18, 1801. Pages 212-213.

The State of Connecticutt by the Honorable Heman Swift, Asa Spaulding and Thomas Y. Seymour, Esquires, agents for the said state, on November 20, 1799, purchased from Gideon Granger Jr., land in the town of Blenheim, Schoharie County, lot 18, in the Stratsburg Patent, 120 acres, the remaining land in the town of Harpersfield, Delaware County, lot 17 and part of lot 38, called the Gregory farm, 195 acres; also lot 8 and 20, called the Penfield farm, 110 acres; also lot 99, called the Church or McFarland farm; also lot 98, called the Galt farm, 100 acres; also lot 174, called the Joseph or William Gills lot, 102 acres; also lot 118, 100 acres, exclusive of 2 1/2 acres for public roads; also lot 26, 110 acres, exclusive of 4 acres, 1 rood and 20 perches for public roads; and lots 53, 74 1/2 acres; lot 4, 125 acres; lot 23, 97 acres; lot 24, 110 acres; 25, 110 acres; 122, 102 1/2 acres; 171, 97 3/4 acres; lot 166, 56 acres; and lot 126, 102 1/2 acres. Witnesses Simeon Thomas and Joseph Butler. Recorded August 17, 1801. Pages 213-217.

Joseph Jeffers of Philadelphia, Pa, on April 27, 1801, purchased from Reuben Willoby of Norwich, New London County, Ct., land in the 38th division of the Hardenberg Patent, lot 66, partiallly bounded by the lands of Samuel Cromelin Verplank, 100 acres and also, lot 4 of the 38th division, part of the lands purchased of Samuel Williams and Robert Charles Johnson by Payne Cleveland, Jareb Dyer, Reuben Willoby and William P. Cleavland and also part of lands released by said Dyer and Cleavland to Reuben Willoby according to survey by John Burr. Witnesses W. P. Cleavland and Charles Careso. Recorded August 19, 1801. Pages 217-219.

Joe Denio on September 7, 1795, purchased from Henry Platner of Claverack, Columbia County, NY, land in Whitesborough, in the town of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, land conveyed from the Commissioners of forfeitures to Henry Platner, lot 10, 100 acres, reserving land to Stephen Hogeboom, Esquire. Witnesses Benjamin Lane and Joseph Shipboy. Recorded August 22, 1801. Page 219.

Samuel Sherwood of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, Esquire, Attorney at Law, on May 1, 1801, purchased from Peter Kimble of New York City, Esquire, merchant by his attorney Ebenezer Foote, land in Delhi, Great Lot 20, on the division of the Whitesborough Patent, Great Lots 20 and 30, on December 31, 1772, between Henry White, Hugh Wallace, Gabriel Maturin, Thomas Gamble, William Sheriff, and Stephen Kimble, Esquires, Great Lot 20 went to Stephen Kimble and then was conveyed to Peter Kimble. Lot 12 in Great Lot 20 conveyed to Samuel Sherwood, 234 3/4 acres. Witnesses Charles A Foote and Frederick P. Foote. Recorded August 22, 1801. Pages 219-221.

Oliver Peek, town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, on May 1, 1801, purchased from Peter Kimble of New York City, merchant, by his attorney Ebenezer Foote, land in Delhi, Whitesborough Patent, part of Great Lot 30(see pages 219-221 for division of patent), survey by John Burr, lot 5, 136 acres. Witnesses John Foote and Frederick P. Foote. Recorded August 24, 1801. Pages 222-223.

Samuel Frisbee, town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, Esquire, on May 29, 1801, purchased from Peter Kimble of New York City, merchant, Esquire, by his attorney Ebenezer Foote, land in Delhi, Whitesborough Patent, Great Lot 30(see pages 219-221 for division of patent), survey by John Burr, lot 1, 136 3/4 acres. Witnesses Harriet Foote and Frederick P. Foote. Recorded August 24, 1781(1801). Pages 224-226.

Jacob Foot of Watertown, Litchfield County, Ct., on April 4, 1880, purchased from Epinitus Buckingham of Watertown, Litchfield County, Ct., land in Harpersfield, lot 105, 95 acres reserving five acres previously conveyed to Palmer Wood from William Harper. Witnesses Palmer Wood and Ebenezer Bates. Recorded October 7, 1801. Pages 226-228.

Amos Bristol, town of Meredith, Delaware County, NY, on May 1, 1801, purchased from Peter Kimble of New York City, Esquire, merchant, land in Meredith, Whitesborough Patent(see deed pages 219-221 for division of Patent), Great Lot 5, lot 1, 165 acres, two roods and 16 perches. Witnesses Ebenezer Foote and Frederick P. Foote. Recorded November 18, 1801. Pages 228-230.

Robert Bowne of New York City, merchant, on December 14, 1801, purchased from Edmund Prior and Mary his wife, of New York City, merchant, Prior's undivided share of a 2000 acre tract granted by the Province of New York to Charles Barrington, Prior's share being 900 acres. Also, Prior's undivided share of a tract granted to James Clark, 500 acres. These lots conveyed by Benjamin and John Williams to Samuel Rodman and then to Edmund Prior. Witnesses Ro L Bowne and William Prior. Recorded January 26, 1802. Pages 230-232.

Oliver Phelps, Esq., of Suffield, Hartford County, Ct., on January 10, 1798, purchased from Zalmon Tousey Jr. and Phebe his wife of Newtown, Fairfield County, Ct., land in the town of Stamford, lots 123, 145, 135, 1/2 of lot 132 and the original lot of Jabez Kubbill, totaling 450 acres. Witnesses Reuben H Booth and David Baldwin. Recorded January 27, 1802. Pages 232-233.

Oliver Phelps, Esq., of Suffield, Hartford County, Ct., on January 9, 1798, purchased from John Beach and Mabel his wife of Newtown, Fairfield County, Ct., land in the town of Stamford, lot 160, 100 acres. Recorded January 27, 1802. Pages 233-234.

Oliver Phelps, Esq., of Suffield, Hartford County, Ct., on January 9, 1798, purchased from Reuben H. Booth and Sarah his wife of Newtown, Fairfield County, Ct., land in the town of Stamford, 1 1/2 miles easterly of the town plot, land bounded westerly by Zalmon Tousey and on which Isaac Baldwin lately lived. Witnesses John Beach and David Baldwin. Recorded January 27, 1802. Pages 234-235.

Benjamin Tucker of Columbia County, NY, on July 2, 1797, purchased from Ebenezer Belknap of New Haven County, Ct., land in Whitesboro, Otsego County, lots 20 and 28, 1000 acres each, land granted to Stephen Kimble then conveyed to John K. Smith, then to Col. Elias Jackson then to Belknap. Witnesses John Shipboy and Elihu Chauncey Goodrich. Recorded January 28, 1802. Pages 235-236.

John Magee, town of Walton, NY, gentleman, on November 21, 1801, purchased from Erastus Root, town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, Esquire, land in Delhi near the court house, starting near Lemuel Lamb Jr.'s land, formerly the lot of Ephraim Barritt and George Fisher, 1/2 acre. Witnesses Philip Gebhard and Obadiah Sands. Recorded February 9, 1802. Pages 236-238.

Gideon Frisbie of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, Esquire, on February 19, 1802, purchased from Charles Wharton and Isaac Wharton and Margaret R. his wife, by their attorney Lamuel Andrew Law, land on the Elk Creek adjoining Henry Drinker, lot 6 of the Franklin Patent, 113 acres and 34 poles. Witnesses Joshua H. Brett and Daniel Warner. Recorded April 9, 1802. Pages 238-239.

Gideon Frisbee of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, on March 25, 1800, purchased from Henry Drinker and his wife Elizabeth of Philadelphia, Pa., land being part of the Front Division of the Franklin Patent, surveyed by John Burr, 100 acres. Witnesses William Drinker, Paul S Brown and William Cooper. Recorded April 9, 1802. Pages 239-240.

Philip Gebhard, town of Kortright, Delaware County, NY, on June 11, 1798, purchased from Benjamin Tucker of Claverack, Columbia County, NY, land in the town of Delhi, Whitesborough Patent, lot 20, 420 acres. Witnesses John G. Gebhard and Jacob Hollenbeck. Recorded April 15, 1802. Pages 241-242.

Hector Cowens of Stamford, Delaware County, NY, on September 12, 1801, purchased from Nathaniel Nichols of Stratford, Fairfield County, Ct., land in Stamford, Great Lot 42, lot 113, bounded by David Baldwin and Andrew Beers, surveyed by William Cockburn who was appointed commissioner to lay out Great Lot 42, 84 acres. Witnesses Joseph Hurd and Stephen Burritt. Recorded April 20, 1802. Page 243.

Hector Cowens of Stamford, Delaware County, NY, on January 11, 1802, purchased from Zalmon Tousey Jr. and Phebe Tousey of New town, Fairfield County, Ct., land in the town of Stamford, Great Lot 41, lot 71, 84 acres. Witnesses Joseph Hurd and David Baldwin. Recorded April 20, 1802. Page 244.

Ammon Bostwick, town of Meredith, Delaware County, NY, farmer, on April 26, 1802, purchased from Zadock Noble, town of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, tanner and shoemaker, land in Franklin, in the John L Northern Patent, part of a lot formerly belonging to Asa Turner and heretofore occupied by Lamuel Osborn Jr., beginning at the corner of Adam Brown's woodlot, lot 9, 50 acres. Witnesses Thaddeus Bendict and Cyrinius Wilson. Recorded April 26, 1802. Pages 245-246.

John Lawrance of New York City, Esquire, on September 18, 1799, purchased from Martin Hoffman of New york City, merchant, a parcel of land known as the pine field, west of the Delaware River, surveyed by William Cockburn and William Cockburn Jr., lots 56, 149, and 213, totaling 439 1/4 acres. Witnesses William Cutting and Jerh Lansing--. Recorded June 1, 1802. Pages 247-249.

Jeter Gardiner of Walton, Delaware County, NY, merchant, on November 7, 1799, purchased from Thomas Raymond and Sarah his wife, of Walton, Delaware County, NY, joiner, land in the town of Walton, Walton Patent, starting at the corner of land conveyed by Judd Raymond and Thomas Raymond to John T. St. John, 1/2 acre. Witnesses Erastus Root and Adam Brown. Recorded June 1, 1802. Pages 250-251.

Jeter Gardner of Walton, Delaware County, NY, merchant, on November 9, 1799, purchased from Robert North and Elizabeth his wife, of Walton, Delaware County, NY, gentleman, land in the town of Walton, beginning at the NE corner of land belonging to Benjamin Chase, and bordering William Townsend, 3 acres, reserving all gold or silver mines or oar that may be found, and also reserving water rights for Frederick Leonard. Witnesses Nathan Kellogg and John Eells. Recorded June 1, 1802. Pages 251-253.

John Primer II of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, on February 24, 1797, purchased from Stephen Andrews and Delilah his wife, town of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, yeoman, land south of the Susquehannah, Otsego County, in a patent granted to Alex Wallace and others, lot 21, 200 acres. Witnesses Asakel Packard and Martha Packard. Recorded June 2, 1802. Pages 253-254.

William Gordon, town of Sidney, Delaware County, NY, on December 9, 1801, purchased from Silas Bennet, town of Sidney, Delaware County, NY, land in the town of Sidney, lot 46, 40 acres and 8 square rods. Witnesses Jedediah Blanchan and Chandler Preston. Recorded June 17, 1802. Pages 255-256.

Walter Hough on January 2, 1801, purchased from Jacob Dyer, Payne Cleaveland, both of Canterbury, Windham County, Ct., and Reuben Willoby of Preston, New London County, Ct., and W.P. Cleaveland of New London in said county(Olive Willoby and Susanna Dyer signed deed) land in the 38th division, Hardenburgh Patent, town of Delhi, lot 36, bounded northerly by Gulian Verplank, 200 acres. Witnesses Frederick Fanning and James Pumpolly. Recorded June 19, 1802. Pages 256-259.

Joel Hyde of Preston, New London County, Ct., on March 30, 1799, purchased from Jacob Dyer, Paine Cleaveland, both of Caterbury, Windham County, Ct., Reuben Willoby of Preston, New London County, Ct., and William P Cleaveland of New London, New London County, Ct., land in the town of Middletown, lot 57, in the 38th division of the Hardenburgh Patent, first purchased by Samuel William Johnson of Stratford, Fairfield County, Ct., of Samuel Verplank. Witnesses Samuel W Johnson and Ezra Bishop. Recorded June 19, 1802. Pages 259-261.

Jeremiah Alverson, town of Walton, Delaware County, NY, on May 13, 1801, purchased from James Oliver and John A Dewitt, town of Marbletown, Ulster County, NY, land in the western end of lot 20, subdivision of lot 57 in Great Lot 36, 100 acres. Witnesses James I Hasbrouck, Richard Davis Jr. and Benj R Bevier. Recorded June 23, 1802. Pages 262-263.

Nathan Cole of _____ County, NY, on August 26, 1800, purchased from James C Fisher, City of Philadelphia, merchant, by his attorney Samuel A Law of Cheshire in Ct., land in subdivision lot 2 of Proprietary Front Division 3 of the Franklin Patent in Delhi, 92 acres and 35 perches, allowing six per cent for roads. Witnesses John Cole and John Kidder. Recorded July 5, 1802. Pages 263-265.

Jacob Dyer and Payne Cleveland both of Canterbury, Windham County, Ct., Reuben Willoby of Preston, New London County, Ct., and William P Cleveland of Canterbury, Ct., on January 12, 1797, purchased from Samuel William Johnson and Susan his wife of Stratford, Fairfield County, Ct. land in the town of Middletown, Ulster County, Great Lot 38, 15,910 acres, excepting 2000 acres conveyed to persons, who have previously on said land. Witnesses James Hughes, Fred Fenning, Stephen Davis and Henrietta Edwards. Persons who had previously settled the 2000 acres; Ephraim Washburn, John Brown, Jacob Shaver, Henry Bevins, S. Barlow, John Barlow, L. Barlow, G. Townsend, and N. Stevens. Witnesses Ezra Bishop and Asa Parks. Recorded July 7, 1802. Pages 265-268.

Jacob Dyer, Payne Cleaveland and William P Cleaveland all of Canterbury, Windham County, Ct., and Reuben Willoby of Preston, New London County, Ct., on January 12, 1797, purchased from Robert Charles Johnson and Catherine his wife, of New York City, land in the town of Middletown, Ulster County in Great Lot 38, Hardenburgh Patent, beginning at the SE corner of a tract of 16,000 acres conveyed to Samuel William Johnson by Samuel Verplanck, 5910 acres. Witnesses James Hughes and John Conventry. Recorded July 7, 1802. Pages 269-271.

Samuel W Johnson of Stratford, Fairfield County, Ct. and Robert C Johnson of New York City, on March 20, 1799, purchased from Jacob Dyer and Susannah his wife and Payne Cleaveland both of Canterbury, Windham County, Ct., Reuben Willoby and Olive his wife of Preston Ct., and William P Cleaveland and Mary his wife of New London, New London County, NY, land in Great Division 38, Hardenburgh Patent, being contained in a larger tract purchased of Samuel Verplank of Fishkill, NY, by Samuel William Johnson and Robert Charles Johnson, 7310 acres. Witnesses William Morse, Collintal Dyer, and Fred Fanning. Recorded July 7, 1802. Pages 272-275.

Samuel Corss of New York City on April 19, 1802, purchased from Reuben Willoby and Olive his wife of Norwich, New London County, Ct., William Pitt Cleaveland of New London, New London County, Ct., and Payne Cleaveland of Brooklyn, Windham County, Ct., land in Great Lot 38, Hardenburgh Patent, 6067 acres. Witnesses Fred Fanning and Robert C Johnson. Recorded July 7, 1802. Pages 275-278.

Samuel Corss of New York City on April 19, 1802, purchased from Frederick Fanning of Preston, New London County, Ct., land in Great Lot 38, 2925 acres. Witnesses Asa Parks and Robert C Johnson. Recorded July 7, 1802. Pages 278-279.

Noah Buckley of East Haddem, Middlesex County, Ct., on August 7, 1802, purchased from Abraham Howell of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, land in the town of Franklin beginning at the corner of Stockings and Barnaby's lot, 105 acres. Witnesses Gabriel North and Judd Raymond. Recorded August 9, 1802. Pages 280-281.

Elisha Whitehead, William Minturn and Robert H Bowne, merchants of New York City, on May 26, 1802, purchased from Asa Emmons and Eunice his wife, of Kortright, Delaware County, NY, land in Kortright, part of lot 79 in Banyers Patent, land purchased by Asa Emmons and Asahel Payne from Abraham Every near the road from Sackriders to Delhi, 75 perches. Also, in lot 79, land purchased from John Bull, bounded by the Jacob Every lot, 80 perches or 1/2 acre of land. Witnesses Salmon Emmons and Barney Wegor. Recorded August 24, 1802. Pages 281-283.

Elisha Whitehead, William Minturn and Robert H Bowne, merchants of New York City, on May 26, 1802, purchased from Asa Emmons and Eunice his wife of Kortright, Delaware County land in Harpersfield, part of lot 159, starting at the corner of Daniel Prentice's land, the same land conveyed to Asa Emmons by Joseph Harper ans Susannah his wife, one acre and 29 rods. Witnesses Salmon Emmons and Barney Weagor. Recorded August 24, 1802. Pages 283-285.

Abraham Ogden, Isaac Ogden and Isaac Gillet of Otsego County, on October 11, 1796, purchased from Ansel McCall(Sarah McCall also signed deed), of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, land in Franklin, beginning at the NW corner of Robert Furman's lot and bordering Samuel Johnson, 250 acres exclusive of 12 1/2 acres for public roads. Witnesses Mary Smith, Elizabeth Stockton and Gabriel North. Recorded September 6, 1802. Pages 285-286.

Abraham Ogden and Isaac Ogden, town of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, on March 10, 1797, purchased from Augustus Haskins, town of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, land in the town of Franklin, between the Cooguago branch of the Delaware River and the Susquehannah River, surveyed for Peter Livingston, lot 113, 243 acres, excepting a small lot of 1 1/2 acres and 35 rods conveyed by David St. John to Thomas Hawley and another small lot of 14 acres conveyed by David St. John to Matthias Sweeny. Witnesses Platt Townsend and Lewis Seymour. Recorded September 6, 1802. Pages 287-288.

Uriah Flynt(Flint in index) of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, on October 17, 1801, purchased from Sluman Bartlett(Polly Bartlett also signed deed) of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, land in Franklin containing a sawmill built by Sluman Wattles, starting at the SE corner of Judah Bartlett's lot to NW corner of Hezekiah Buell's lot and bordering ____ Merrick's lot, 3 1/2 acres. Witnesses Erastus Edgerton and Thomas Edgerton. Recorded September 18, 1802. Pages 289-290.

Josiah St. John of Norwalk, Fairfield County, Ct., on May 1, 1802, purchased from John L Norton and Sarah his wife of New York City, gentleman, land in the town of Franklin, Bedlington Patent, easterly 1/2 part of lot 11, 96 acres and one rood. Witnesses Jno M Gelston and Geo J Eacker. Recorded September 18, 1802. Pages 291-292.

Isaac Smith, town of Hackensack, Dutchess County, NY, on March 19, 1802, purchased from Gerrit VanWagener and Sarah his wife of New York City, merchant, land in Harpersfield, lot 198, 170 acres. Witnesses Hendrick Snydam and Henry Hoffman. Recorded September 20, 1802. Pages 293-294.

Jonathan Barlow of Ulster County, NY, on October 1, 1796, purchased from Myndert VanKleeck and Cornelia his wife, town of Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, NY, land which Myndert VanKleeck and Anthony A Hoffman purchased at public sale from Christopher Tappan and James Cockburn, Commissioners, 1/4 part of lot 56, Great Lot 36, 1748 1/4 acres. Witnesses John Masten and Jn Fowks. Recorded October 5, 1802. Pages 295-296.

Roswell Done(Doane in index), Haddem, Middlesex County, Ct., with an obligation against William Loughhead, alias Loyd of Harpersfield, on September 26, 1799, purchased from Sellick Weed, Stamford, Fairfield County, Ct., land in the town of Harpersfield, lot 177, 112 acres, exclusive of 1/2 acre for highways. Witnesses Nathan Seely and Samuel Doan. Recorded October 6, 1802. Pages 296-297.

Enenezer Hobby(Hobbie in index), Delhi, Delaware County, NY, on July 17, 1802, purchased from Janet Montgomery, town of Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, NY, land in the town of Delhi, Great Lot 40, NW part of lot 27, 88 acres. Witnesses John Cox Jr. and Philip Gebhard. Recorded October 8, 1802. Pages 298-299.

William Douglass, Stephentown, Rensselaer County, NY, on July 17, 1802, purchased from Elias Osborn and Phebe his wife, Franklin, Delaware County, NY, land in the town of Franklin beginning at the NW corner of Nathan Edgerton Jr.'s field, 5 3/4 acres and 25 rods. Witnesses Amos Douglass and Azariah Willes. Recorded October 9, 1802. Pages 300-301.

John B Phelps, town of Cannan, Columbia County, NY, on January 28, 1802, purchased from Samuel Frisbee and Hannah his wife, town of Cannan, Columbia County, NY, land in the town of Delhi, Whitesborough Patent, lot 30, part of partition of the patent between Henry White, Hugh Wallace, Gabriel Maturin, Thomas Gamble, William Sheriff and Stephen Kimble, 136 3/4 acres. Witnesses Jonathan Warner and Susana Parmele. Recorded October 13, 1802. Pages 302-304.

Uriah Remington, Franklin, Delaware County, NY, on May 24, 1798, purchased from Clark Lawrance, Franklin, Delaware County, NY, land in the town of Franklin, Whitesborough Patent, part of lot 15, beginning at the westerly line of John Bristol, 100 acres. Witnesses John Bristol and Daniel Bristol. Recorded October 19, 1802. Pages 305-306.

Joseph Coddington, town of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, on June 2, 1802, purchased from Philip Livingston , New York City, Esq., as surviving executor(Gerard Bancker deceased) of the will of Peter V. Burgh Livingston, land in the town of Colchester, Great Lot 35, part of lot 9, land now occupied by Joseph Coddington and John Sykes, 227 acres. Witnesses William Shipman and Nathan Haselton. Recorded January 10, 1803. Pages 307-309.

Peter Betts, Chenago County, NY, on July 31, 1802, purchased from William Betts, town of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, land in the town of Walton containing a sawmill, part of lot 54 in Walton's Patent, 1/2 acre and 1/2 sawmill. Witnesses Elias Osborn and Henry Flynt(Flint). Recorded January 13, 1803. Pages 309-311.

Joseph Garnsey, Samuel Rexford Jr., Salmon Mathews, town of Chenango, Tioga County, NY, on November 9, 1796, purchased from George G. Sands, town of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, parcels of land in Evans Patent, surveyed by William Cockburn and John Cox, lots 49, 51, 52 and 53, totaling 788 acres. Witnesses Abh Sands, Solomon Agur and Cornelius Morrison. Recorded January 26, 1803. Pages 311-313.

Obediah Sands, town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, yeoman, on September 10, 1802, purchased from John Oothout, Thomas Storm, and John K Beekman of New York City, executors of the will of Dirck Leffert, late of New York City, deceased, land in Evans Patent, lot 52, 198 1/2 acres. Witnesses J Oothout Jr and Andrew C Zabriskis. Recorded January 26, 1803. Pages 313-315.

Sarah Tousey, wife to Zalmon Tousey, Newtown, Fairfield County, Ct., on December 2, 1797, purchased from Jonathan Weldon, Roxbury, Delaware County, NY, land in the town of Roxbury, 1/2 of lot 215. Witnesses George Foot and Rebeca Brett. Recorded February 8, 1803. Pages 313-314.(Pages 314-315 were entered twice in deed book)

Obediah Sands of Delaware County, NY, on June 11, 1799, purchased from Joseph Garnsey, Samuel Rexford Jr. and Salmon Mathews(Rhoda, wife of Salmon Mathews and Sarah, wife Joseph Garnsey mentioned) of Tioga County, NY, land in the Evans Patent, lots 49, 51, 52 and 53 totaling 788 acres. Witnesses Isaac Garnsey, Samuel J. Griffith, Roswell Higley and Enos B. Rexford. Recorded February 8, 1803. Pages 315-316.

George G. Sands of Otsego County, NY, farmer, on January 7, 1797, purchased from Gilbert Colden Willett and Susannah his wife of New York City, merchant, land in the town of Franklin, lot 106 according to the field book of William Cockburn and William Cockburn Jr. Witnesses Builah Hoffman and Obadiah C. Sands. Recorded February 16, 1803. Pages 316-318.

George Sands on May 3, 1797, purchased from Obadiah Sands, Queens County, NY, land in Otsego County, according to the field book of William Cockburn and William Cockburn Jr., lot 182, 149 acres. Witnesses Benj Sands and Rich Sands Jr. Recorded February 16, 1803. Pages 319-320.

Richard Sands Jr., North Hemstead, Queens County, NY, on February 13, 1798, purchased from Richard Sands, North Hemstead, Queens County, NY, yeoman, land in Great Lot 35, the western part of lot 9, described in a deed granted by Henry Sands, then of Ulster County to Richard Sands. Witnesses Benjamin Sands and Obadiah Sands. Recorded February 16, 1803. Pages 320-321.

John S Bradford, town of Blenheim, Schoharie County, NY, on February 17, 1803, purchased from Chancy Lawrance and Sally his wife, town of Kortright, Delaware County, NY, land in Harpersfield, part of lot 88, 80 acres, exclusive of 3/4 acre and 10 square rods in a gore near Warner's barn. Witnesses Joshua H. Buell and Roswell Hotchkiss. Recorded February 17, 1803. Pages 321-323.

Augustus Haskins, town of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, on February 13, 1797, purchased from Linus Waring, town of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, land in the town of Franklin, between the Cooguago branch of the Delaware River and the Susquehannah River, lot 113, 243 acres, excepting 1 1/2 acres and 35 rods, conveyed from David St John to Thomas Hawley and also excepting 14 acres conveyed from David St John to Mathias Sweeney. Witnesses Elias Butler, William Butler and Edmond Weed. Recorded March 9, 1803. Pages 323-325.

Putnam Farrington and Philip Farrington of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, on January 9, 1801, purchased from Henry Drinker, Esquire, and Elizabeth his wife of Philadelphia by their attorney, Samuel Andrew Law, land in subdivision Lot letter R, Drinker's Front Division of the Franklin Patent, 66 1/4 acres. Col. Thomas Farrington is mentioned. Witnesses Gideon Frisbee and William Denio. Recorded April 2, 1803. Pages 325-326.

Jacob Boomhour, town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, on March 2, 1803, purchased from Andres Boomhour, town of Freehold, Greene County, NY, land on the SE side of the Delaware River, lot 40, Hardenburgh Patent, 200 acres. Witnesses John J VanLoan and Philip Gebhard. Recorded April 18, 1803. Pages 327-329.

John Moore, Colchester, Delaware County, NY, on May 4, 1802, purchased from John Tappen, Kingston, Ulster County, NY, land in the town of Colchester, Great Lot 36, 1/3 part of lot 66, 1200 acres, excepting 400 acres conveyed by William Furman to Cornelius Persen, 100 acres to McLase Wolf and 1500 acres to Guiden Chapman. Land which was in the possession of William Furman and sold by bid by the Sheriff of Delaware County to Christopher Tappen. Witnesses Henry Jansen and Lazarus Sprague. Recorded June 6, 1803. Pages 329-331.

William Furman, town of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, on May 28, 1803, purchased from John Moore, town of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, land in Colchester, lot 66, the same land as described on pages 329-331. Witnesses Henry Jansen and John Tappen. Recorded June 7, 1803. Pages 332-333.

John Birdsall on October 26, 1793, purchased from Ezekiel Woodworth, Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, land in Harpersfield, lot 95, 100 acres. Witnesses Michael Birdsall, Elemuel Birdsall, Joshua H Brett, and Nancy Baldwin. Recorded June 7, 1803. Pages 334-336.

Joseph Merrick of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, on May 21, 1802, purchased from Sluman Wattles, Unadillia, Otsego County, NY, land in the town of Franklin, lot 83, 243 acres. Witnesses Aaron Dewey and John Wattles. Recorded June 9, 1803. Pages 336-338.

Joseph Merrick and Quartus Merrick, town of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, on July 1, 1799, purchased from Sluman Wattles(Mary Wattles also signed deed), town of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, land in the town of Franklin, part of patent to Peter VanBrough Livingston, lot 7, 243 acres. Witnesses Sluman Bartlett, David Elliott, and Judah Bartlett. Recorded June 9, 1803. Pages 338-340.

Joseph Merrick, town of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, on July 1, 1799, purchased from Sluman Wattles(Mary Wattles signed deed), town of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, land in the town of Franklin, part of lot 68, 139 acres and 81 square rods. Witnesses Sluman Bartlett, Judah Bartlett, and Quartus Merrick. Recorded June 9, 1803. Pages 340-342.

Perez Bartlett, town of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, on July 1, 1799, purchased from Joseph Merrick(Deborah Merrick also signed deed), town of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, land in the town of Franklin, lot 68, bordering Richard Beach and James Fallet, 63 acres and 145 square rods. Witnesses Sluman Bartlett and Quartus Merrick. Recorded June 9, 1803. Pages 342-343.

Jonas Hait(Hart in index), town of Bedford, Westchester County, NY, on May 9, 1800, purchased from Christopher Tappen and Annatje his wife, town of Kingston, Ulster County, NY, land in Great Lot 36, part of lot 65, subdivision thereof, lots 1,2, and 3 totaling 472 acres. Witnesses Geo Tappan and Abm B Bancker. Recorded June 11, 1803. Pages 344-345. START

Jonathan Fitch, town of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, on May 6, 1799, purchased from Henry Betts and Rebekah his wife, town of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, land in Franklin, beginning near Henry and Peter Betts' Potash, 97 acres and 155 square rods. Mentioned are Lewis Butts and Oliver Burk's Dwellings, the road to Solomon Green Jr's, the corner with Slias Ogborn, the corner with Zadock Noble and Enos Parker's Patent Line. Witnesses Sluman Bartlett and Jeremiah Camp. Recorded June 20, 1803. Pages 346-347.

David Clark of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, on July 30, 1800, purchased from Samuel Meredith and Margaret his wife and George Clymer and Elizabeth his wife, by Samuel Law their attorney, land on which David Clark now lives in Delhi, 108 1/2 acres. Witnesses Gideon Frisbee and Sally Burgin. Recorded June 30, 1803. Pages 347-348.

James Millar(Miller in Index) of Colchester, Ulster County, NY, on May 4, 1796, purchased from Samuel Gregory and Susannah his wife, of Colchester, Ulster County, NY, land in Great Lot 4 which borders Henry Ruff's land, 61 1/2 acres. Witnesses Elnathan Gregory, Solomon Miller, William Horton and David Phelps. Recorded July 27, 1803. Pages 349-350.

Jonas Lakin on January 6, 1803, purchased from Thomas Gilmon, land in Colchester, 1/3 part of lot 2, part of lot 11, Great Lot 35, map made by Jonas Smith, 264 acres. Witnesses John Winchel, John Crow, and Dolly Leonard. Recorded August 5, 1803. Pages 350-352.

John Winchel of Delaware County, Lumber Merchant, on April 15, 1801, purchased from Ray Sands, late of Ulster County, now of Queens County, L. I., land in Great Lot 35, Lot 11, lot 1 on a map by Jonas Smith, 85 acres. Land conveyed to Ray Sands by Cornelius Ray and Elizabeth his wife. Witnesses William Wheeler and Benjamin Pine. Recorded August 5, 1803. Pages 352-354.

Ebenezer Wheeler, James Wheeler, William Wheeler, Joseph Wheeler and Jonathan Weller, all of Delaware County, on April 15, 1801, purchased from Ray Sands, late of Ulster County, now of Long Island, land in Great Lot 35, part of lot 11, distinguished by #4, on a map made by Jonas Smith, 110 acres. Conveyed to Ray Sands by Cornelius Ray and Elizabeth his wife. Witnesses John Winchel and Benjamin Pine. Recorded August 5, 1803. Pages 354-356.

John Moore, town of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, on July 16, 1803, purchased from Jonathan Hasbrouck and William Tremper of Ulster County, NY, land in Great Lot 37, lots 41 and 42, land formerly conveyed from Johannes Hardenbergh to John Buret, 449 1/2 acres. Witnesses James Darling and Jno C Jansen. Recorded August 6, 1803. Pages 356-357.

Isaac Wilson of the Manor of Livingston, Columbia County, NY, yeoman, on December 13, 1789, purchased from Peter Van D Bogart, and Elizabeth his wife, of the Manor of Livingston, Columbia County, NY, farmer, land in the Hardenbergh Patent, land conveyed to Peter Van D Bogart by Sarah Titsort, widow, formerly of Poughkeepsie, daughter to Coll Leonard Lewis, deceased, 200 acres. Witnesses Paul Dakin, William Decker, Peter Hoack, and Benj Robins. Recorded August 6, 1803. Pages 358-360.

Jonathan Fitch, town of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, on October 17, 1801, purchased from Sluman Bartlett and Polly his wife, town of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, land in the town of Franklin containing a Grist Mill built by Sluman Wattles, beginning at the SE corner of Judah Bartlett's lot, and bordering Hezekiah Buell and Perez Merrick, 3 1/2 acres. Witnesses Erastus Edgerton and Thomas Edgerton. Recorded August 13, 1803. Pages 360-361.

Henrick G Emrick of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, on April 26, 1803, purchased from George Fischer(Fisher in index) and Christina his wife, town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, land in Delhi, at the westerly corner of Jabez Hitchcock's lot and the SE corner of Martin Ray's lot, one acre and two rods. Witnesses Edward Flint and Martin Ray. Recorded August 22, 1803. Pages 362-363.

Thomas Raymond, Walton, Delaware County, NY, on March 10, 1803, purchased from Lewis Raymond and Anna his wife, Walton, Delaware County, NY, land in the town of Walton bordering the Walton and Hamden Patents, 4 acres and one rood. Witnesses Gabriel North and Deborah North. Recorded October 4, 1803. Pages 364-365.

Benjamin Ackerly Esq. and John Delamater of Middletown, Delaware County, NY, on September 9, 1802, purchased from James Hasbrouck of Kingston, Ulster County, NY, land in Middletown near the house of George Sands, 1/2 acre. Witnesses John H Dewitt and Benjamin Ackerly Jr. Recorded October 4, 1803. Pages 365-366.

Benjamin Ackerly and John Delamater of Middletown, Delaware County, NY, on July 21, 1802, purchased from George Sands of Middletown, Delaware County, NY, land in Middletown, beginning on the line between George Sands and James Hasbrouck, 1/2 acre. Witnesses Daniel Voorhes, Benj Ackerly Jr and John I Van Steenbergh. Recorded October 4, 1803. Pages 366-367.

Ezra Bishop Esq. of Lisbon, New London County, Ct., on April 12, 1799, purchased from Samuel William Johnson and Susan his wife and Robert Charles Johnson and Catherine his wife, land in Great Lot 38 in a larger tract purchased from Samuel Verplank by the grantors, lots 1, 8, 14, 16, 22, 29, 33, 68, and 69, and in the western part of the large tract, lots 11, 16, 17, 19, 39 and 5, for a total of 2485 acres. Jacob Dyer, Payne Cleveland, Wm Pitt Cleveland and Reuben Willoby mentioned. A map by John Burr mentioned. Witnesses William Samuel Johnson and Fred Fanning. Recorded October 24, 1803. Pages 367-369.

James Cowles Fisher on December 30, 1795, purchased from Nicholas Waln and Sarah his wife of Philadelphia, by his attorney John Elliot Cressan of Philadelphia, and Jonathan Jones of Philadelphia, merchant, in trust for Mary Jones, deceased, wife of Owen Jones of Philadelphia, merchant, land in Franklin, Otsego County, NY, surveyed by William Simpson, River lots 2 and 3, and rear lots 2 and 3, for a total of 10, 932 acres and 8 perches. Also mentioned, Thomas Wharton and his sister Susannah Wharton, his nephews John and Thomas, sons of his brother Carpenter Wharton. The daughters of Thomas Wharton, Hannah, wife of James Cowles Fisher, Mary, wife of Owen Jones, Martha Wharton and Susannah Wharton and his wife Rachel are mentioned. The son of Hannah Fisher, William Wharton Fisher mentioned. Witnesses Charles Wharton, Wm Cooper, Thomas Wharton Jr and William Waln. Recorded November 15, 1803. Pages 369-379.

Ezra Thornington of Meredith, Delaware County, NY, in January, 1803, purchased from Moses Snow and Eunice his wife, of Norwich, Chenago County, NY, land in the town of Kortright, Lynottsville tract, lot 9, 100 acres. Part of estate of Walter Branch. Eunice is the widow of Walter. Witnesses Isaac Foote and Jesse Chapman. Recorded November 29, 1803. Pages 379-380.

Alpheus Bascom, town of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, on November 9, 1802, purchased from Thomas R Hardenbergh, town of Neversink, Ulster County, NY, land in the 11th allotment, in the division of Great Lot 3 between the children of Nancy Ryerse), lot 7, 254 acres. Witnesses William Parks and Gilbert Walworth. Recorded January 10, 1804. Pages 381-382.

Thomas W Griswould of Walton, Delaware County, NY, on January 9, 1798, purchased from Elisha Williams and Lydia his wife, of Walton, Delaware County, NY, yeoman, land in Walton, starting at the Cooguago Branch of the Delaware River, 60 acres. Witnesses Gabriel North, Edward Chase and Robt Freeman. Recorded January 10, 1804. Pages 383-384.

Thomas W Griswold of Walton, Delaware County, NY, on July 3, 1798, purchased from Jonathan Hasbrouck and Catharine his wife, of Kingston, Ulster County, NY, 1/2 part of a tract between the Cookguago Branch of the Delaware River and the Susquehannah River, lots 16, 48, 113, and 32, 367 1/2 acres, 2 roods, 35 perches, excepting reservations in the deed from Mathias Sweeny to Robert Freeman. Witnesses James Weed and Judd Raymond. Recorded January 10, 1804. Pages 385-388.

Thomas W Griswold of Glasstenburg, Hartford County, Ct., on June 23, 1797, purchased from Robert Freeman and Elizabeth his wife, of Franklin, Otsego County, NY, land between the Cookguago Branch of the Delaware River and the Susquehannah River, lots 16 and 48, also in the town of Franklin, Hamden Patent, Lots 32 and 113, 367 1/2 acres, 2 roods and 35 perches, excepting reservations in the deed from Mathias Sweeny to Robert Freeman. Witnesses Platt Townsend and Isaac Townsend. Recorded January 10, 1804. Pages 389-392. Gershom Howland on September 10, 1797, purchased from Phinis Howland, town of Colchester, NY, land in Great Lot 37, lot 75, beginning at the NW corner of Philip Chase's lot, 86 1/4 acres, known as the Gershom Howland Farm. Witnesses Edward Chase and John Cornwell. Recorded January 18, 1804. Pages 393-395.

Gershom Howlen Jr Howland in index) on October 17, 1803, purchased from Gershom Howlen, both of the town of Walton, Delaware County, NY, the northerly half of lot 75, where both parties now live, in Great Lot 37, starting at the NW corner of Philip Chase's lot. Witnesses Gilbert Townsend and John W Rich. Recorded January 18, 1804. Pages 395-396.

Caleb Smith, town of Walton, Delaware County, NY, on March 30, 1802, purchased from Jacob and Peter Huyck, town of Walton, Delaware County, NY, farmers, the south 1/2 part of a parcel in Walton, lot 97 on a map by William Cockburn, 198 acres in whole lot. Witnesses Nathan Prentice and Aukes Bradt. Recorded January 26, 1804. Pages 396-398.

Henry Huyck, town of Walton, Delaware County, NY, on March 31, 1800, purchased from Jacob Huyck, town of Walton, Delaware County, NY, farmer, the north part of lot 97 in Pinefield, on a map by William Cockburn, 99 1/4 acres. Witnesses Isaac Huyck and John Ostrom. Recorded January 26, 1804. Pages 398-399.

Benjamin Sears of Meredith, Delaware County, NY, on January 2, 1801, purchased from Samuel Meredith and Margaret his wife and George Clymer and Elizabeth his wife, by their attorney Samuel A Law of Cheshire, Ct., land in the town of Meredith where Benjamin now resides, beginning at the southerly corner of S A Law's farm, excluding a 5 acre parcel sold to H D Warner and another parcel sold to Samuel Catrill, 145 acres and 15 rods. T Wharton's line mentioned. Witnesses Rufus Bunnel and William Law Jr. Recorded January 31, 1804. Pages 399-401.

Benjamin Sears of Merideth, Delaware County, NY, on June 8, 1803, purchased from Charles Wharton, Isaac Wharton and Margaret R his wife, by their attorney Samuel A Law, land known by the recent survey by Isaac Burr, subdivision of Front Division of the Franklin Patent, lot 7, 100 acres, with 6% allowance for roads. Witnesses Silas Brook and Leml Strong. Recorded January 31, 1804. Pages 401-402.

Joshua Bailey of Merideth, Delaware County, NY, on January 31, 1804, purchased from Benjamin Sears and Anne his wife of Merideth, Delaware County, NY, lot 7(see pages 401-402), 100 acres. Witnesses Gideon Frisbee and Asahel Goff(Goss). Recorded January 31, 1804. Pages 402-403.

Alexander Grant, town of Stamford, Delaware County, NY, on December 26, 1803, purchased from Anthony Marvine of Delaware County, NY, 1/2 of lot 121 in the town of Stamford, previously conveyed to Lucas Elmendorf. Witnesses Elijah Brownson and Caleb Johnson. Recorded February 13, 1804. Pages 404-405. William Dewey of Delaware County, NY, on April 9, 1803, purchased from Simon Schermerhorn and Jane his wife of New York City, land between the Coohguago Branch of the Delaware River and the Susquehannah River, surveyed for Peter Van Burgh Livingston, lot 18, 243 acres. Witnesses Geo J Eacker and Thomas Evans. Recorded February 14, 1804. Pages 406-408.

Joshua Pine of Walton, Delaware County, NY, and John Tremper of Kingston, Ulster County, NY, merchant, on August 29, 1803, purchased from William Cockburn and Catherine his wife, town of Kingston, Ulster County, NY, gentleman, land in the town of Walton, Pinefield, lots 169 and 185, totaling 340 acres. Witnesses Wm Cockburn Jr and Jno Kiersted. Recorded February 15, 1804. Pages 408-410.

Thomas Dennis of Delaware County, NY, on May 1, 1801, purchased from Gerard Walton of New York City, gentleman, 1/2 part of lot 54 granted to William and Gerard Walton and surveyed by William and James Cockburn, 199 1/2 acres. Land is at the SW corner of land granted to John Rapeljie. Witnesses Aaron Owen and James Vaile. Recorded February 17, 1804. Pages 410-412.

Edward Flint, town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, on May 1, 1800, purchased from George Fischer and Christina his wife, town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, land in Delhi near the courthouse and bordering Ephraim Barritt's lot, 72 1/2 rods. Witnesses Christopher Maxwell and Jabez Hitchcolk. Recorded February 18, 1804. Pages 412-413.

Edward Flint, town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, on April 19, 1802, purchased from George Fischer and Christina his wife, town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, 90 rods of land at the SW corner of Edward Flint's lot. Witnesses Martin Ray and Peter Wiessmer Jr. Recorded February 18, 1804. Pages 414-416.

Peter Smith of Whitestown, Oneida County, NY and John Jacob Astin and William Laight, both of New York City, on October 21, 1803, purchased from Benjamin D'Lamatter(Delemater in index) and Izzabella his wife, town of Worcester, Otsego County, NY, land in the patent of Adequatary, called the Charlotte River, land bequethed by Sir William Johnson to Mary Magrow, daughter to the wife of Christopher Magrow, 200 acres. Witnesses Thomas Whililay amd Mass Clyde. Recorded February 21, 1804. Pages 416-418.

Edward Flint of Delaware County, NY, saddler, on February 10, 1804, purchased from Obadiah Sands, Delaware County, NY, land near the courthouse in Delhi, bordering Leml Lamb Jr, 1 1/2 acres. Witnesses Jabez Hitchcolk and Matthias Fisher. Recorded February 21, 1804. Pages 418-419.

Benjamin Sands Sr, Queens County, NY, gentleman, on May 26, 1798, purchased from George G Sands, Delaware County, NY, farmer, land in the town of Franklin, lot 182 in a field book by William Cockburn and William Cockburn Jr, 149 acres, also land in Rapalje Patent, lot 167, 187 1/2 acres. Witnesses Richard Smith and Schuyler Baxter. Recorded February 21, 1804. Pages 420-423.

Caleb Barnum of Kortright, Delaware County, NY, on September 10, 1798, purchased from Ephraim Barret and Jaspe his wife, of Kortright, Delaware County, NY, land in Kortright, borders Eliada Barret, beginning on Banyard's line, 80 acres. Witnesses James Goodrich and Benjamin Hunt. Recorded February 24, 1804. Pages 423-425.

George Sands Jr and Samuel Sands of Middletown, Delaware County, NY, farmers, on April 12, 1803, purchased from Cornelia Caines(Late Cornelia Verplanck) of New York City, executrix, and John Johnston, executor, of the last will of Gulian Verplanck, Esquire, deceased, by Ebenezer Foote, their attorney, land in Middletown, lot 6, surveyed by John Burr, 64 acres. Witnesses John Foote and Frederick Foote. Recorded March 15, 1804. Pages 425-427.

Kinner Smith and James Smith of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, on March 12, 1804, purchased from Adam Brown and Sarah his wife, of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, land in Franklin bordering Henry Betts, James Betts, and Nathan Edgerton Jr, 8 acres excepting 1/2 acre on which the meeting house stands. Also, land in Franklin, bordering Henry Flynt Jr, James Betts, Isaac Minor and Enos Parker, 40 acres, excepting parcels sold to David Wright and George Little. Also, land in Franklin, part of a tract granted to James Clark, bordering Nathan Edgerton and purchased from Asa Turner, 50 acres. Witnesses Amos Douglas and Sam Sherwood. Recorded March 15, 1804. Pages 428-430.

Aaron Stiles of Delaware County, NY, farmer, on November 3, 1803, purchased from Martin Lane, Delaware County, NY, land in Evans Patent, westerly 1/2 of lot 52, 198 1/2 acres in whole lot. Witnesses Obadiah Sands and Jonas Park. Recorded March 17, 1804. Pages 431-432.

Casparus Foayer(Frayer in index) of Unadilla, Otsego County, NY, on November 1, 1803, purchased from Sluman Wattles, town of Unadilla, Otsego County, NY, land in the town of Walton, lot 90, 243 acres. Witnesses Eben C Kingsley and Solomon Martin. Recorded March 19, 1804. Pages 432-434.

James Huston(Hutson in index), of Sidney, Delaware County, NY, on July 3, 1801, purchased from Silas Bennet(Lydia Bennett also signed deed), of Sidney, Delaware County, NY, land in the town of Sidney, Wallace Patent, the westerly half of lot 49, on a map by Goldsburg Banyard, 55 acres. Witnesses Jonathan Fitch and Nicholas Kline. Recorded April 3, 1804. Pages 434-435.

Gabriel North, town of Walton, Delaware County, NY, on March 17, 1804, purchased from Elam Gibbs, town of Consackhie, Greene County, NY, a house and lot in the village of Walton, formerly conveyed to Capt North by Benjamin Chase. Witnesses George Wilson and Israel Gibbs. Recorded April 14, 1804. Pages 436-437.

Barzika (Brezella in index) Cook, town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, on April 30, 1804, purchased from Samuel Sherwood, town of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, Esquire, land in the town of Delhi, Great Lot 10, bordering the highway past the courthouse. Witnesses William Mason and Geo Sherwood. Recorded April 30, 1804. Pages 437-438.

James Tifft (Tift and Toft in indexes), of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, on January 16, 1804, purchased from Henry Wagoner and Hannah his wife, of Delhi, Delaware County, NY, land in the town of Delhi, the western part of lot 12, bordering Gilbert Townsend, 150 acres. Land was conveyed from Samuel Verplank to Samuel W Johnson. Witnesses Gilbert Townsend, Horace Townsend, Sam Sherwood, and Gideon Frisbee. Recorded May 7, 1804. Pages 438-440.

Josiah Strong, town of Meredith, Delaware County, NY, on April 20, 1804, purchased from Peter Garnsey and Eunice his wife, town of Stanford, Dutchess County, NY, Esquire, land in the town of Meredith, part of lot 6, bordered by Doreas Thurston and Daniel Thurston, 125 acres. Witnesses Gilbert Livingston and James Tallmadge Jr. Recorded May 14, 1804. Pages 441-442.

Jonathan Webster of Lebanon, Ct, yeoman, on April 19, 1791, purchased from John Harper and Isabel his wife, town of Harpersfield, Otsego County, NY, Esquire, land in the town of Hamden, lot 72, 125 acres. Witnesses Roswell Hotchkiss and Joshua H Brett. Recorded May 17, 1804. Pages 443-444.

Isaac Lake of Middletown, Delaware County, NY, on May 22, 1804, purchased from Israel Richards and Peggy his wife, of Meredith, Delaware County, NY, land in Meredith, part of subdivision lot 25, by John Burr's survey, bordering Benjamin Sear's farm, 41 acres and 30 perches. Witnesses Is Burr and Gershom Jackson. Recorded May 23, 1804. Pages 444-445.

Charles Teed, town of Stephen, Westchester County, NY, on May 19, 1804, purchased from Peter Betts and Elizabeth his wife, town of Jericho, Chenago County, NY, land between the Cookguago branch of the Delaware River and the Susquehannah River, lot 34, 184 acres, excepting 59 1/2 acres to Luther Burt of Sidney. Witnesses Erastus Root and Jonathan Fitch. Recorded May 23, 1804. Pages 446-447.

David Bostwick of Meredith, Delaware County, NY, on May 7,1804, purchased from Silas Titus Jr and Sally his wife, town of Franklin, Delaware County, NY, land in Franklin by a survey by Sluman Bartlett, subdivision of lot 32 in the Whitesborough Patent, lot 11, borders Stephen Titus, 217 acres. Witnesses Jonah Hawkins and Jacob Howell. Recorded May 28, 1804. Pages 448-449.

Thomas Sprague, town of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, on June 2, 1804, purchased from Peter Hager, town of Colchester, Delaware County, NY, land in Great Lot 37, on a map by James Cockburn, lot 53, 126 acres. Witnesses Jno Dole and Richard W Stockton. Recorded June 5, 1804. Pages 449-451.

William Gordon, town of Oxford, Chenago County, NY, on June 9, 1800, purchased from Benjamin Hovey and Solomon Martin, administrators for Nathaniel Wattles, deceased, late of the town of Franklin(Judges Erastus Root and Anthony Marvine mentioned) land in the town of Franklin in the Wallace Patent, bordering William Walton's tract, lots 50, 51, and 52, totaling 358 acres. Subject to the rights of Ruth Wattles, widow of Nathaniel. Witnesses Gurdon Huntington and Jehel Wattles. Recorded June 5, 1804. Pages 452-455.

Abraham Dubois of Philadelphia, silversmith, on March 6, 1856 in the year of our Lord 1801 purchased from Alexander Edward Garrigues and Margaret his wife, of Philadelphia, house carpenter, land in Otsego County, between the Delaware and Susquehannah Rivers, lately belonging to William and Gerard Walton, in a survey by William and James Cockburn, lots 55 and 56, totaling 422 1/2 acres; also lot 66 in a tract granted to the heirs of Major General Bradstreet, on a map by William Cockburn and John Cox, 197 acres. Jesse Dickerson, merchant and his wife of Philadelphia mentioned. Sir Charles Gould by his attorney Edward Gould mentioned. Witnesses Robert Haydock and Benj T Garrigues. Recorded July 17, 1856. Pages 456-458.




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