See Godfrey Wall for more detailed records pertaining to Fred Wall.
History of Remsen by Roberts
Frederick William Wall was born in Hamburg, Germany, about the year 1775, and when seventeen years old shipped with Captain Cook as cabin boy, and was with the latter on his voyage around the world. After retiring from the sea, he settled at German Flats, Herkimer county, where he married Margaret Keller. There were born to them ten children -- seven sons and three daughters. The sons were John who married Betsy Crimm, of Canajoharie, NY; Godfred, who married Polly Wilcox of Remsen; Lawrence , who married Laura Sanderson, of Remsen; William, who married Betsy Ross, of Canajoharie; Peter , who married Nancy Ingersoll, of Remsen; George, who married Delia Ross, of Canajoharie; and Michael, who married Mary Ann Roby, of Remsen.
The daughters were Margaret, who married Jeremy Wolover, of Herkimer ccounty; Nancy, who married William Miller, and second, a Mr. Bill; and Betsy, who married Anthony Bronson, of Remsen.
The family came to Remsen about 1825, and settled near Twin Rock Bridge, at Ninety Six. In 1832 Mr. Wall was followed here by his son John, who also settled in the same locality, having a family of five children, and who served twelve months in the war of 1812, with Cronk, of Delta, NY. Cronk was the last survivor of that war, dying at the age of one hundred and fifteen years.
** This account is a good starting place, but contains errors.
1. Captain Cook only landed on the northWEST shore of the US, never near the eastern coast of the USA. And he was killed in 1779. Fred William Wall would have been 14-19 years old at the time.
2. Frederick Wm Wall married Elizabeth (not Margaret) Keller; and Wm and George Wall married Betsy RAPP (not Ross) and Delis RAPP (not Ross) respectively .
3. Census records show a marriage of Margrett to a Mr. Nicholas Bill.
Census Records- Warren is in the very southern part of Herkimer County, NY
The town of Columbia is to the immediate west of Warren and just below German Flatts
Census for William Wall
1810 - Town of Warren
Males under 10 (3) George, Peter, Wm
Males 10-16 (2) Lawrence, Michael
Males 16-26 (2) John, Godfrey
Males 26-45 (0)
Males over 45 (1) Father ( F W Wall)
Females under 10 (1) Margaret
Females 10-16 (0)
Females 16-26 3 Elizabeth, Nancy, Marie
Females 26-45 (0)
Females over 45 (1) Mother (Elizabeth Keller)
1820 Town of Warren
Males under 16 (0)
Males 10-16 (3) Wm, Peter, George
Males 16-18 (0)
Males 16-26 (2) Lawrence, Michael
Males 26-45 (1) John
Males over 45 (1) Father (F W Wall)
Females under 10 (0)
Females 10-16 (0)
Females 16-26 (1) Margaret
Females 26-45 (1)
Females over 45 (1) Mother (Elizabeth Keller)
Not naturalized - 1
Engaged in agriculture -3
Engaged in Commerce - 0
Engaged in Manufacturing - 0
Early Families of Montgomery County, NY by William V Barker, 1985
Hans Melchior Bader - bp Kirchheim Germany 6 Jan 1700; pr died by ca 1763; m1 in Germany ca 1722 Maria Cordula... of Beseigheim Germany; m2 Schoharie NY (SRR) 2 Jul 1740 Barbara Wanner (b Schoharie NY ) pr dau of Ludwig Wanner; m 3 SAR 13 Apr 1761, as a widower, Margaret ... Presumably brothers Melchior and Michael Bader came from Germany about 1739 (Michael's name appears o the list of the ship Billinder from London on 8 Jan 1738/9) and were settled in the Mohawk Valley at Root NY by 1745. Baders in Col. Klock's Revolution Regiment were a Melgert, Michael, & ps Nicholas (Barder). Primary reference is the Bader-Bauder Family of the Mohawk Valley by Mrs. Peg Bauder Neilsen (1976)
Catherine Barbara b Kirchheim Germ. 11 Jul 1723
Christina Margaret b Kircheim Germ. 4 Jul 1724;
d y by second wife
Elisabeth Barbara b say 1741; m by 1764 Caspar Keller
MelchiorM. b say 1743; m SAR Nov 1761 Barbara L Beyer
pr. Michael b say 1745; liv. 1762 (spf Mich Bader bp)
m. 1767 Maria Elisabeth Saltsman
Ulrich b say 1747; m 1768 Anna Elisabeth Meyer
Ludwig b 5 Mar 1751; liv. 1779 (spf L Bader bp)
Christina Elis. b SAL 27 Oct 1753 (G. Saltsman & w C. Elis.)
pr Maria b say 1755; liv. 1779 (spf L. Bader bp)
1830 Oneida Co., NY Census, page 266
males (5-10) 1; (10-15) 1; (30-40) 1
females (under 5) 1; (30-40) 1
Remsen, Oneida Co., NY 1850 Fed Census, page 344
age 62 b. Conn. farmer
Elizabeth Brunson age 62 b. NY
Anthony Brunson Jr. age 19 b. NY laborer attends school
John Brunson age 68 b. Conn no occupation
Sylve Brunson age 75 b. Conn
Bronson Families compiled by Herbert Bronson, 1969
Anthony Bronson b. abt 1778, d. 11 OCt 1868; m 1 Mary _____; m 2 Elizabeth Wall; 5 children; 4 by 1st wife, 1 by 2nd wife
5 Anthony Jr.
George Bronson m. 2 abt 1860, Nancy Miller (dgtr of William Miller and Nancy Wall)
Marriage records extracted - located at Fonda Archives, NY
Herkimer Records (H-1-172)
m. Anna Wall
3 Mar 1814 in home of Peter F. Bellinger
William - l.f. (legal father) Andrew
Anna - l.f. William Walls both of Columbia
WIT. - John Miller and John Wall - Columbia
Records of Town of Columbia, Herkimer Co., NY
available at Fonda ArchivesMiller, William and wife Nancy Wall
1. Jonas b. 22 April 1819 bap. 6 Jun 1819
Sps: Christopher Wall and Betsey
A William Miller, son of John, joined the church 11 Oct. 1817
Lutheran Trinity Church of Stone Arbaia, NY
Wilhelm Wall and wife Elisabeth had son Gottfried, born Sept 18, 1794
Sponsors for Bapt. Gottfried Khni & Maria
Herkimer Co., NY Records
Godfried Wall m. Anna Keller 13 Mar. 1821 (H.1-207)
WIT: - Lawrence Wall & John Keller
Godfried (Warren) : - F.L Wm. Wall Fkft. ex Germania & Elisabeth Keller
Anna: - F.L. Michael Keller & Sarah Fritcher - GF (German Flatts)
Intestate papers of Frederick William Wall - # 4859 at Utica, NY
Godfrey Wall being duly sworn deposith and saith that his Father Frederick William Wall late of Remsen deceased is dead and as he is informed and verily believes to be true he died intestate. Godfrey Wall
Sworn and subscribed
this 19th day of August
1826 before me
THIS INDENTURE made the first day of November in the Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty one between Anthony Bronson & Elizabeth his wife John Wall & Elizabeth his wife Godfred Wall & Polly his wife Wm Wall & Elizabeth his wife Lawrence Wall & Laura his wife & George Wall and Catherine his wife of the town of Remsen County of
Oneida & State of New York of the first part said Peter Wall & Michael Wall of the town of Remsen County of Oneida & State of New York of the second part witnesseth that the said parties of the first part for an din consideration of the sum of one dollar to the _____ _____ paid by the said parties of the second part the reciept whereof is _____ confessed and acknowledged have revised released and Quit Claimed and by these presents to - revise release and Quit claim unto the said parties of the second part in their actual possession now being and to their heirs and assignes foreverall that certain piece or parcel of land situated lying and being in the town of Remsen in the County of Oneida and State of New York known and distinguished by a survey made by Calvin Guiteau in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety five and on a map of said land filed in the clerks office of the county by Lot No eight. Beginning at a hemlock tree on the bank of the Canada Creek marked 8.9 and runs from thence N 14.30.E twenty chains and fifty links to a post standing in the north line of the patent. a Beech tree N.E. seven links marked 7.8 thence 8 75 30 E fifty three chains along th epatent line to a water ash standing near the north bank of the Canada creek marked 1793 G B.No 8,1795 thence down long the bank of said creek to the place of Beginning containing sixty six acres of land be the same more or less together with all and singular the hereditaments and apportenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining and the recursion and recursions remainder and remainders rents issues and profits thereof and also all the estate right title interest claim and remand of the said party of the first part either in (s)aw or equity possession reversion or remainder of in and to the said heriditaments and appurtances to have and to hold the above parties of the second part their heirs and assigns to the sale and only proper use benefits and behoof of the said parties of the second part their heirs and assigns forever in witness hereof the said parties of the first part have hereunto set their hands and ............
Pension Papers of Godfrey Wall
Commissioner of Pensions
Aug 12, 1852
Charles Wall & Electa Autermach
Minor children of Godfrey Wall
xxxxxx unreadable xxxx
Capt Just Bell
Col. Thomas B Benedict
Enlisted Jul 1812
Discharged 3 Sep 1812 (* Dates changed)
2 Service sub for Chauncey Adams
Capt Zachariah Townsend
Col. Christopher P Bellinger
Enlisted Sep 1814
Discharged Dec 1814
3rd Auds Office
9 Oct 1852
Godfrey Wall served under Capt Bell from 3 Jul to 3 Sept 1812
Also under Capt. Townsend from 20 Sep to 20 Nov 1814.
M B Nichols
G A Yeoman
Village of Clinton, Oneida Co., NY - 19th day of April 1848 by Othneil S Williams
, Letters oif Guardianship of the person and estate of Charles Wall, a Minor, of the Town of Remsen in the county aforesaid, were granted and committed unto Maury Nichols.
Remsen, Augt 10th 1852
Enclosed herewith I send three Declarations viz 'Gardner Nichols' 'Charles Wall & Electa Autermark', Minors and an addictional affidavit & Discharge (one corner lost) for 'Leland Sweet'.
The three just applications are certified together by the county clerk by mistake but as they are I believe properly authoritated I thought I would forward them as they are I have sent twice to the clerks office of the Co. the first time a Certif was attached certifying to only one affidt of the application which I thought not sufficient -- the 2nd time I sent 2 applications & he has connected them together. I trust the department will separate them upon receipt and there will then be a certificate to each.
G A Yeomans
Remsen,Oneida Co., NY
State of New York
County of Oneida
I, Ann Wall of Remsen in said County being duly sworn disposeth and saith that she is the wife of Peter Wall, a brother of Godfrey Wall deceased- that she was well acquainted with Godfrey Wall in his lifetime also with the wife of said Godfrey in their life time and with all the children of the said Godfrey together with their prospective ages. That she has been well acquainted with said Godfrey & family for upwards of twenty five years - and that her husbands farm & said Godfrey join each other __ That said Godfrey Wall died at his residence (Remsen) on the 15th day of March one thousand eight hundred & forty five - That witness was present at his death and attended his funeral. That he left a widow by the name of Mary - who is also dead - She died on the three of March one thousand eight hundred & forty eight (At the same place) That deponent was present at her death & attended her funeral That the said Godfrey Wall at the time of his decease left four children as his heirs & < survivors?>. one of whom Wallace by name died immediately & was buried at the same time with the Father. The three survivers are named as follows.
Nancy , Electa
, and Charles. That Nancy was born April 10 AD 1828. That Electa was Born Nov 9 1830 and Charles was Born November 4th 1832. That deponent has been acquainted with them respectively since their births respectively __ and that they are of the respective ages as above set forth __ this deponent further state that the copy of the Family Record taken from the family Bible of the said Godfrey Wall & hereto annexed is a true copy of said Record and that she has been acquainted with the said Record ever since the same was made but the time of making the same she does not recollect except that is was a number of years since & that a portion of said record was copied from an old Bible. The family Record of Frederick William the father of said Godfrey. That she believes said Record to be a true & faithful Record of set forth - - She further saith that no widow survives the said Godfrey & no other chidlren than those as herein set forth. & further saith not.
Attest D. Thomas
Ann (her mark) X Wall
Sworn to & subscribed before me at Remsen, in the County of Oneida on the 23rd day of April AD 1852 & I certify that I am acquainted with the said Ann Wall & believe her statement to be true & correct.
Justice of the Peace
State of New York
County of Oneida
On the twenty eighth day of June one thousand eight hundred and fifty two personally appeared before me a justice of the peace within & for the county of Oneida & state aforesaid John Wall aged sixty two years a resident of Remsen Oneida County & state aforesaid who being duly sworn according to law. States that he is a brother of Godfrey Wall Deceased that his said brother died at Remsen on or about the 25th day of March AD 1845. That his wife Mary (Polly crossed out and Mary written in) who survived him died on or about the third day of March AD 1848. That at the death of his said wife Mary three children were left as survivors to wit: Nancy, Electa and Charles Wall __ The respective age of which he does not exactly know.
That the said Godfrey Wall deponent Brother was born September 19th AD 1794. And was fifty years old at the time of his decease that the said Godfrey Wall was a private soldier in the war with Great Britain declared by the United States on the 18th day of June 1912. That he first volunteered as a substitute for Andrew Miller at Columbia in the County of Herkimer and was mustered into service on the Second day of July AD 1812 as a private in the Company commanded by Captain Jost Belle in the _________ Regiment of Militia commanded by Col. Thomas B Benedict .
That he volunteered as aforesaid at the town of Columbia in said County of Herkimer the 20 day of July 1812 for the term of six months and continued in the service for the term of six months and was honorably discharged at Ogdensburgh on the second day of January AD 1813. That he Recd a discharge which deponent has often seen but believes it lost at this time. That deponent was also in the Service at the same time with the said Godfrey in the same regiment. And saw the said Godfrey almost daily doing duty during the time aforesaid.
That the said Godfrey Wall again volunteered as a substitute for one Chauncey Admas. At Columbia in the County of Herkimer aforesaid and was mustered into service about the last days of September AD 1814. That he was a private in the Company commanded by Captain Zachariah Topwnsend in the __________ Regiment of Militia commanded by Col. Christopher P Bellinger and volunteered for the term of three months and continued in actual service in the said was of 1814 for the term of three months & some more but deponent does not recollect - That deponent was in service at some time in the Regiment commanded by Co. Shoemaker. That both Regiments say close together & deponent saw said Godfrey on parade almost every day. That he was Honorably discharged at Sackets Harbor the latter part of December 1814. being the same time deponent was discharged - That He received a discharge - which deponent saw but now believes it lost or destroyed. That deponent has received a Bounty land warrant for his service Number 15825. Dated March 31 1852 for 160 acres of land subscribed & sworn to the day & year fixed above. Signed John Wall.
Written & I certify I beleive said statements correct
Justice of the Peace.
I hereby certify that I have composed the written record or copy with the original record in the family Bibly of Godfrey Wall deceased and that the same is true and correct copy of said record.
Dated July 26, 1852
Justice of the Peace
William Wall son of Mr Godfrey Wall & Mrs Anna Wall was born August 28 1821
George Wall of Mr Godfrey Wall & Mrs Mary Wall was born November 9 1825
Miss Nancy Maria Wall daughter of Mr G & Mrs M Wall was born April 10 1828
Electa Wall daughter of Mr G & Mrs M Wall was born November 9 1830
Charles Wall son of Mr G & Mrs M Wall was born November 5 1832
Frederic Wall son of Mr G & Mrs M Wall was born August 14 1836
Frederic Wm Wall son of Mr G & Mrs M Wall was born March 20 1838
Wallace Wall son of Mr G & Mrs M Wall was born April 12 1842
Mary E Wall daughter of MR G & Mrs M Wall was born Sept 20 1839
Mrs Anna Wall wife of Mr. Godfrey Wall died March 17 1824 aged 25 years 3 months
Wm Wall son of Mr Godfrey Wall and his wife Mrs Anna Wall died January 8 1827
aged 6 years 4 months and 11 days
George Wall son of Mr G and Mrs M Wall died July 20 1843 aged 17 years 8 months 11 days
Frederic Wall son of Mr G & Mrs M Wall died July 7 1837 aged 10 months 24 days
Frederic Wm Wall son of Mr G & Mrs M Wall died March 21 1838 aged 30 hours
Mary E Wall daughter of Mr G & Mrs M Wall died Dec 25 1840 aged 15 mos 5 days
WALL, GODFREY   BENEDICT'S REGIMENT, NEW YORK MILITIA.
WALL, GODFREY   27 REG'T (BELLINGER'S),  NEW YORK MILITIA. PRIVATE   602
1830 Census - WALL GODFREY Oneida County NY 266
1840 Census - WALL GODFREY Herkimer County NY 169 Litchfield Federal Population
Burials are at Woodin Corner Cemetery, Herkimer Co., NY
Dutch Reformed Church of Caughnawaga (Fonda)
William Wall and Elizabeth Keller had a daughter Christina, born July 19, 1796
Sponsors for bapt. George Rab and Christina Keller
* George Rab was actually George Rapp
Christina shows up on the 1800 census but not the 1810 nor not on any of the land indentures. She must have died between 1800 and 1810.
Bible Records from Richard Mykel of Waupaca Wisconsin, 1986/7.
The bible belonged to Sophia Wall Mykel
(She was the daughter of William Henry Wall and she was the wife of James MYKEL)The Bible gives the dates for the entire William Henry Wall family, his first wife Betsy Rapp died in 1844 and is buried in New York. He then married Sarah Van Voorst and they moved to Wisconsin around 1848. They went by boat from Buffalo NY to Sheybogin, Wis.
Other items of interest in this bible were dates for Amelia Wall who was born 5/20/1841 and married on 12/21/1861 to John S Conkling in Weyauwaga, WIS.
Also a birth date for Nelson Uttormark 2/22/1849, probably a son of Electa and John Uttormark. Electa was one of 3 surviving children of Godfrey Wall of Oneida Co.
1840 Oneida Co., NY Census
1 male under 5
1 male 5-10
1 male 10-15
1 male 15-20
1 male 40-50
1 female under 5
1 female 10-15
1 female 30-40
Dutch Reformed Church of St. Johnsville, NY
William & Elisabeth Wahl of Palatine, had a dau,
Maria, bapt. Apr. 29, 1792.
Sponsors for Bapt. Michael Keller & Sarah Keller
THIS INDENTURE made the fourteenth dayof March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty one Between William Miller and Anna Catherine his wife and Jeremiah Wallaber and Maria his wife in the town of Columbia County of Herkimer and State of New York of the first part and Peter Wall and Michael Wall of the town of Remsen County of Oneida and state of New York of the second part witnesseth that the said parties of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars to them in had paid by the said parties of the second part the receipt whereof is hereby confessed and acknowledged have bargained sold remised and Quit claimed and by these presents doth bargain sell remise and Quit Claim unto the said parties of the second part in their actual possession now being and to their heirs and assignees forever all that certain piece or parcel of land lying and being in the town of Remsen in the county of Oneida and State of New York know and distinguished by a survey made by Calvin Guiteau in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety five and on a map of said land filed in the clerks office of the county by Lot No eight. Beginning at a hemlock tree on the bank of the Canada Creek marked 8.9 and runs from thence N 14.30.E twenty chains and fifty links to a post standing in the north line of the patent. a Beech tree N.E. seven links marked 7.8 thence 8 75 30 E fifty three chains along th epatent line to a water ash standing near the north bank of the Canada creek marked 1793 G B.No 8,1795 thence down long the bank of said creek to the place of Beginning containing sixty six acres of land be the same more or less tegether with all and singular the hereditaments and apportenances thereunto belonging in any wise appertaining and the revision and revisions remainder and remainders rents issues and profits thereof and all the estate right title interest claim or demand whatsoever of the said parties of the first part either in law or equity of in and to the above bargained premices with the said hereditanments and appurtenances to have and to hold the said described premices to the said parties of the second part their heirs and assigns to the sale and only proper use benefits and behoof of the said parties of the second part their heirs and assigns forever in witness where of the parties to these presents have hereunto interchangeably set their hand and seals the day and year first avoer written William Miller ( ) Anna Catherine (her mark X) Miller Marian Walleber (her mark X) signed sealed and delivered in the presence of N.B the word wifeÓ interlined between the first and second line now done before signing David (Sweet Be d) remembered that on the sixteenth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hunmdred and thirty one came before me the within named William Miller and Anna Catherine his wife and MArian Waleban wife of the within named Jeremiah Wooleban known to me to be the person discribed in and who have been executed the within deed have acknowledged that they sverally signed sealed and delivered the within deed of the uses and purposes therein mentioned and the said Anna Catherine and Maria being privally examined by me separate and apart from their said husbands have acknowledged that they executed the within here deed freely without any fear or compulsion of their said husbands. all which I do accordingly certify according to the statute in such case made and provided do allow the same to be recorded David Sweet commissioner ( ) State of New York Herkimer County Clerks Office. ( )
I Juleius C Nelson Clerk of said county do hereby certify that David Sweet whose signature appears to the certificate of the proof or acknowledgement of the annexedd was at the time of taking such proof or acknowledgement a commissioner in and for said county dwelling in the said county and duly authorized to take the same and that I am well acqauainted with the handwriting of said David Sweet and verily believe that the signature to the said certificate toof proof or acknowledgement is genuine. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said county this 10th day of January 1832 Julius C. Nelson Clerk Recorded thsi 14th day of January 4 A D 1832 at 12 Oclock __ as to William Miller Anna Catherine Miller & Mariah Wooleber.
Geo. Bronson Clerk
Above deed on file at Oneida County Courthouse, Utica, NY Grantee Book
Trinity Lutheran Church, Stone Arabia, NY
Frederick Wilhelm Wall and wife Elisabet had son Johann Lorenz, born May 3, 1800 - Sponsors for Bapt. Wilhelm Smit & Anna Ursula
1830 WALL LAWRENCE Oneida County NY 266 Remsen Federal Population Schedule NY 1830 Federal Census Index NYS3a1927177
1830 Oneida Co., NY Census
261 , Town of Remsen
1 male under 5
1 male 20-30
1 female 20-30
1840 Herkimer Co., NY Census
page 96, Town of Russia
1 male 10-15
1 female 5-10
1 female 30-40
1 male 40-50
1850 WALL LAWRENCE Oswego County NY 212 Williamstown
all b. NY
Lawrence Wall age 50
Laura Wall age 44
William Wall age 19
Louisa Wall age 17
THIS INDENTURE, made the Twenty ninth dayof August in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and twenty six between Wal(R)ave VanAenkelou, Nicholas Van Beeftingh, Jan VanEsghen, and Aernout VanBeeftingh, of the cities of Amsterdam and Rotterdam in the kingdom of the Netherlands by Adam G Mappa, and Abraham Varick, their attornies, of the first part and Anna Catherine Wall, (wife of Miller J) Elizabeth Wall, wife of Ay Bronson, Johannes Wall, Marie Wall (wife of Wollaber) Godfred Wall, William Wall, Laurence Wall, Peter Wall, George Wall, and Michael Wall, of the Town of Remsen in the State of New York of the second part witnesseth that the said parties of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of four hundred and Thirty Dollars current money of the State of New York to them in hand well and truly paid by the said parties of the second part at the ( ) sealing and delivering of these presents the receipt whereof the said parties of the first part do hereby acknowledge have granted bargained and sold and by these presents do fully freely and absolutly grant bargain and sell unto the said parties of second part and to their heirs and assignes forever all that certain piece or parcel of Land situated lying and being in the Town of Remsen in the County of Oneida and the State of New York known and distinguished by a survey made by Calvin Guiteau in the year one thousand Seven hundred and ninety five and on a map of the said land filed in the Clerks office of the county by Lot No eight. Beginning at a hemlock tree on the bank of the Canada Creek marked 8.9 and runs from thence N 14.30.E twenty chains and fifty links to a post standing in the north line of the patent. a Beech tree N.E. seven links marked 7.8 thence 8 75 30 E fifty three chains along th epatent line to a water ash standing near the north bank of the Canada creek marked 1793 G B.No 8,1795 thence down long the bank of said creek to the place of Beginning containing sixty six acres of land be the same more or less together with all and singular the hereditaments and apportenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertianing and the Revision and Revising remainder part and parcel thereof with the appurtenances to have and to hold the said piece or parcel of land and all and singular other the premices above mentioned and hereby granted and conveyed or intended so to be and every part and parcel thereof with their and every of their appurtenances unto the said parties of the second part their heris and assignes forever subject to the same reservations and upon the same tenants and conditions as are _____ and contained in the original letters patent And that they the said parties of the first part the Survivor or Survivers of them the said piece or parcel of Land and all and singular other the premices aforesaid hereby granted and conveyed and every part and parcel thereof with the appurtanances unto the said parties of the second part otheir heirs and assintes against them the said parties of the first part and against all and every other person or persons whomsoever shall and will Warrant and by these forever Defend In Witness whereof the paties to these presentz have hereunto interchangeably set their hands and seals the day and year first above written Walrave Van Heukelow by A G Mappa Ab _ Varic his attornies (LS) Nicholas Van Beftingh by A G Mappa Varick his attornies (L.S)Jan VanEsewghen by A G Mappa Ab m Varick his attornies (l.S) Aernoat Van Beeftingh by A G Mappa BAv m Varick his attornies (L.S.) sealed and delivered in the presence of A G Spencer State of New York Oneida County ( ). Be it remembered that on the Twenty ninth day of August in the year of our Lord 1826 before me came Adam G Mappa with whom I am well acquainted I know him to be the person who Executed the within Deed acknowledged that he executed it freely and volentary as attorney for the Grantors for the uses and purposes mentioned also came before me Alvin G Spencer a subscribing witness well known to me who upon oath declared that he saw Abraham Varick Execute this Deed and heard them acknowledge it as his voluntary act for the purposes therein named as attorney for the Grantors therein named and he knew him to be the person having Examined the same and finding no erasures nor interliveation I allow the same to be recorded ( ) Mappa Comissioner.xc. Recorded October 30th AD 1826 at 2 oclock P.M.
Henry H Pease Deputy Clerk
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