Deed of Daniel Whytehead to Cornelis Derricksen (Hoogland) for a house and lot on Long Island

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Appeared...before us, ... Daniel Whytheade; and declared to have conveyed to Cornelys Dirrickxsen Hooghlandt, ferryman, with all such conditions which he Daniel Whythead received from Jan Haes, and those rights conveyed to Jan Carman, and by virtue of a conveyance given to him, Daniel Whytheade, by Jan Haes, dated 3 June 1653, according to a bill of sale and conveyance by the aforesaid Jan Haes, to the aforesaid Daniell Whytheade, a lot located on Long Island at the ferry, which they, the grantors, convey with all such right and title as they have possessed; wherefore they, Daniel Whythead and Carman desist etc.

Done at New Amsterdam in New Netherland, 15 October 1653. Daniell Whythead, this is the X mark of the wife of Jan Carman; La Montagne, Brian Newton.


Translation: Gehring, C. trans./ed., New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch, Vols. GG, HH & II, Land Papers, 1630-1664 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.: 1980).A complete copy of this publication is available on theĀ New Netherland Institute website.