History of Westchester county Volume 2; New York, including Morrisania, Kings Bridge, and West Farms, which have been annexed to New York city

 
9781231302590: History of Westchester county Volume 2; New York, including Morrisania, Kings Bridge, and West Farms, which have been annexed to New York city
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1886 Excerpt: ...Governor, praying for a warrant of survey of the White Plains, and a warrant was issued the same day.8 No report of a survey having been made, the same parties, on the 7th day of December, 1721, petitioned for a new warrant of survey to embrace the whole of the White Plains apon which the following order was issued.: New York, Deer, ye 7tb, 1711.--Ordered that a Warrant do issue to the Surveyor-General for surveying all lands ungranted by the Crown in and about the Whito Plains, aml that he describe and uncertain the pretensions of Daniel Hrumiuge and Samuel Hunt in and about the same. 0 Book of Patents, Albany, vol. vii. pugo:Ģi0. 1 Laiki Pairem, Albany, viii. page 44. 8 Land Papers, Albany, viii. page 45. The petitioners giving notice of the time of the said survey to all Patentees whose grants they are informed joyne to the said White Plains." "W. BUBNKT." 1 On the 21st day of December 2, 1721, Joseph Budd, John Hunt and sixteen others present their petition to the Governor, setting forth "That by virtue of a license from the Government of Connecticut, they and those under whom they claim, did purchase from tin-Indians a tract of land called White Plains, the same at the time of the purchase being deemed and esteemed to lye within the Government of Connecticut, by virtue of which purchase your petitionerswere, for a considerable time, in possession of the said laud under the Government of Connecticut, and until said time as the same was found to bo within;tha bounds of the Government of New York, since which time they have continned in possession of and inado great improvements uHn the same, and they being desirous to secure the same lands and their improvements thereon to themselves and their heirs under such interests, provisio...

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