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ULSTER COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS (1685-1850)



Thank you Wilford Whitaker
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Ulster County, New York Deeds.   1685.   FHL film#44740. AA:1.
County Clerk: “This is the first “A” Book of the English Records & as the Dutch Records which were twenty four in number were distinguished by the single letters of the Alphabet – So this begins with the double letters of the Alphabet – AA –“ Ulster County, New York Deeds; INDEX, 1685-1931, 1685-1902. Ulster County Clerk. Microfilm of original records in the Ulster County Clerk's Office in Kingston, New York. Some pages are light and faded and may be hard or difficult to read. Includes Separate indexes. Subjects: New York, Ulster – Land and property. Salt Lake City, Utah: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1973. 229 microfilm reels; 35 mm. The following INDEX films were searched: Grantor Index T-Z Corporation 1685-1899 – FHL US/CAN Film #944727 and Grantee Index R-Z 1685-1899 – FHL US/CAN film #944731.
[www has changed the spelling of some words and left other words as they were spelled in the document.]
[The following “S 1o 13” E 36 chains” should be read “South 1 degree 13 minutes East 36 chains”.]
[The capitalized “TO” means that the party of the first part sold to the party of the second part.]
[The capitalized letters “N – S – E – W- “ are for the general directions North, South, East, and West.]
[The name “Hannah X Woolsey” means Hannah Woolsey signed with her “Mark”.]
[“Wit:” means “Witness:” and “Pro:” means “Proven:”] [Apr 2009 www]
[NOTE: by www. There is a WOOLEY family in Ulster County that seems to be separate and distinct from our WOOLSEY family in the DEEDS records, but the same can't be said for the CENSUS records as there still remains quite a few “cross-overs” between the two families. There are Abraham, Charles, David, Nathan, Samuel (who md Elizabeth Lawrence, d/o Daniel Lawrence, and Stratton Wooley, and possibly others from the CENSUS.]


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   6 Nov 1747.   FHL film# 944743 FF:160
Daniel Gomez of City of New York, Merchant, TO Samuel Fowler of West Chester County, Yeoman and Daniel Fowler of West Chester County yeoman for 270 pounds etc land in Ulster County in the Province of New York on the West side of Hudsons River, being the Souther most Equall Half Part or Divided Proportion of the fifth Part of a certain tract of land granted by Lottery Pattent to francis Harrison Esqr, Mary Talham, Thomas Brain, James Graham and John Haskull marked A B C D E which fifth part is distinguished in the Draft of the said Pattent by the aforesaid Letter B containing one thousand acres and was afterward granted by George Emott afterwards Husband to the said Mary Talham unto Christopher Fell and the Said Daniel Gomez and was afterwards Equally and Legally Divided between the said Christopher Fell and Daniel Gomez and now is the Said Daniel Gomez and bounded as follows: S by James Graham aforesaid & N by aforesaid half part proportion or Lott of said Christopher Fell W by the Rers of the whole granted Patented land and E by Hudsons River containing 500 acres also the tenth part of all the Undivided Meadow Land etc Wit: Daniel Bontscon, JO: Blanchard. Pro: 19 Nov 1751. Daniel Gomez [before John Chambers Esqr of New York 31 Mar 1763.

[Not found] Before 1750. Woolsey, C. M. HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF MARLBOROUGH, ULSTER COUNTY, NEW YORK, From its Earliest Discovery. Illus. Albany. J. B. Lyon Company. 1908. Designated as "CMW" p. 21 - Map of Ulster
p. 40 - Kennedy sold his 800 acre tract to Jacob Gomez ["the Jew"]; and
After 1750.   Daniel and Abram Gomez, children of Jacob Gomez, sold the tract to Richard Woolsey .
In May 1754, Richard Woolsey sold a part of this tract [in Highlands www] to Richard Harcourt. (256 acres www)
p. 40 - In 1760 Richard Woolsey conveyed another part of this tract to his son Benjamin; afterward a part to his son John; and John conveyed 203 acres to his son Henry.-


Ulster County, New York DEEDS    FHL film# 944740. AA:
I (www) searched the first book of Deeds “AA” by old index and by signatures for “GOMEZ” & “KENNEDY” - Nil –


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.    FHL film# 944741. BB: & CC:
Also searched the 2nd & 3rd books of Deeds “BB & CC” by old index & signatures for “GOMEZ” & “KENNEDY” –Nil-


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   FHL film# 944742. DD:
Also searched the 4th book of Deeds “DD” by old index & signatures for “GOMEZ” & “KENNEDY” - Nil –


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.    27 Jun 1750.   FHL film# 944742. EE:401.
James Denton of New Beurgh, Ulster Co, NY TO James Denton Senr of Jamacca in Quens Co on Nassua Island, NY for 212 pounds land in Newburgh containing 185 acres bounded N by Richard Albertson, S by John Wendel & E by Hudsons River etc . Wit: Pro: 11 Dec 1755. James Denton Junr.


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   2 May 1754.   FHL film# 944742. EE:398. 26:414.
Richard Woolsey of Bedford, Westchester County, New York, yeoman TO Richard Harcourt of Precinct of Highlands in Ulster County, yeoman for 425 pounds - land on W side of Hudsons River in Precinct of Highlands in Ulster County - Begin at a pitch pine sapling marked on 4 sides with stones round it thence N 73 degree W 79 chains to a S &S round it thence S 1 degree 36 chains to a stake with a heap of stones round it thence S 73 degrees E 71 chains & 50 links to Hudsons River to a white pine bush marked on 4 sides with a heap of stones round it thence along the river to the place where it begun. 256 acres. Bounded N & W by Richard Woolsey's land and E by Hudsons River. Signed: Richard Woolsey Witnesses: Thomas Knowlton, Benjamin Woolsey, Thomas Woolsey. 12 Feb 1761 Thomas Knowlton appeared and swore he was a witness to above deed and Richard's signature. Recorded 25 Feb 1825.

Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   2 May 1754.   FHL film# 944756. 26:414.
Richard Woolsey of Bedford, Westchester Co, NY yeoman TO Richard Harcourt of Highlands, Ulster Co, NY yeoman, 425 pounds land on west side of Hudsons river in the precinct of the Highlands in Ulster Co, NY beginning at Hudsons river at a pitch pine sapling marked on 4 sides with stones round it N 73o W 79 chains to a stake with stones round it from thence S 1o E 36 chains to a stake with heap of stones round it thence S 73o E 71 chains and 50 links to Hudsons river to a white pine bush marked on four sides with a heap of stones round it thence along the river to the place where it began containing 256 acres bounded N and W by Richard Woolsey's land and E by Hudsons river, etc. Wit: Thomas Knoulton, Benjamin Woolsey, Thomas Woolsey. Pro: 12 Feb 1761 before Cornelius Hornbeck Esqr judge of inferior court of common pleas recorded 25 Feb 1825 by Jacob Snyder, clerk.

  1. C. Meech Woolsey [and www] believed this Richard Woolsey of Bedford is the "original Richard (b. 1697) son of Thomas Woolsey and Ruth Baylis and who married Sarah Fowler.
  2. Richard Harcourt of Highlands md Mercy Latting and their daughter Esther Harcourt married Richard Woolsey, son of Rev. William Woolsey and Sarah Lewis. Richard Woolsey & Esther Harcourt had a large family.
  3. Thomas Knowlton [see DEED made 28 Apr 1770]
  4. Benjamin Woolsey is Benjamin M. Woolsey, son of Richard Woolsey & Sarah Fowler, who md. Margaret Teller.
  5. Thomas Woolsey is probably the Rev. Thomas Woolsey, son of Richard Woolsey & Sarah Fowler, who md. Elizabeth Waters, daughter of Anthony Waters, Jr. and Elizabeth Whitehead.
1760. Woolsey, C. M. HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF MARLBOROUGH, ULSTER COUNTY, NEW YORK, From its Earliest Discovery. Illus. Albany. J. B. Lyon Company. 1908. Designated as "CMW" p. 21 Map of Ulster County, New York. p. 40. In 1760 Richard Woolsey conveyed another part of this tract to his son, Benjamin; afterward a part to his son John; and John conveyed 203 acres to his son Henry.


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.    23 Apr 1755.   FHL film# 944742. EE:398.
James Denton of Newburgh, Ulster Co, NY husbandman TO Samuel Morrill, Senr of Little Britian province of New York husbandman for 25 pounds with interest for one Ear or more current money – mortgage of personal estate : Wit: John Wade, Robert Denton. Pro: 8 May 1755. - James Denton –
Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   5 May 1756.   FHL film# 944742. EE:417.
5 May 1756.    Edmond Conkling of County of Ulster, NY “youman” TO Samuel Fowler of same place for the sum of 7 pounds 5 shillings all the right of meadow in the Daschamber medow which is one fifth part of all the ondeuided [undivided] medow. Wit: Reuben Holm, Alex. Mackey. Pro: 5 May 1756. Edmond Concklin [seal]


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   19 Sep 1769   FHL film# 944743. FF:73.
Moses Fowler yeoman & Elizabeth his wife of New Windsor, Ulster Co, NY TO Silvanus Dusenbere of Hempstead in Queens Co, NY for 800 pounds confirm land (in his actual possession) land in New Windsor part of tract of 2000 acres granted to John Haskall etc. 226 acres Wit: Judah Harlow, John M. Garrah. Pro: 19 Sep 1869.
Elizabeth X Fowler    Moses Fowler


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.      1760.      
Richard conveyed other land to his sons, Benjamin and John, which John left to his son Henry.


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1764.  p.FHL film# 944743. GG:13
7 Dec 1762   Susanna Bond. 500 pounds sold to Jane Weakont the wife of Jury (Juriah) Weakont of Ulster. part of William Bond tract. 166 acres.
Witnessed by Thomas S Woolsey and Leonard Smith. Proved 19 Dec 1770.


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1764.  p. 35.    
James Brister had the west 137 acres of Lot #1 and sold it to James Wheeler in 1774. but Brister was taxed for it in 1765. James Wheeler also had the farm which Imperato Brothers owned and he sold it to John and Thomas Woolsey in 1764. Arthur Merritt, father of Barbara M. Batten, had the Woolsey deed which may have been the oldest pice of documentary history extant for the "new settlement".


ULSTER COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS.   5 Apr 1764.   FHL film# 944743. FF:229. Lewis D Boys of the Marlborough Society in the Precinct of New Burgh, Ulster Co, NY, gentleman of the one part and Stephen Case and John Woolsey Trustees of the said Marlborough Society of the same place yeoman of the second part FOR five shillings and consideration of that Eternal Love and Regard he hath for and toward the Propogation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and agreeable to the Articles of the Kirk of Scotland in the Presbeterian Faith in the said Marlborough Society, TO the said trustees one acres and a half of land for to build a Meeting House on and for a Burying Yard for ye Benefit and advantage of the Said Marlborough Society, it being part of a tract of 1,000 acres whereon the said Lewis D. Boys now dwells beginning on the South line of the said Tract on the East side of the Kings Road that leads from New Burgh to Kingstown in Esopias at a stone set up in the ground marked with the letters M.B.Y. (for meeting house & Burying Yard) thence Easterly along said south line as it runs joining the land of Stephen Case three chains and 87 links then keeping that width and parrellel with the said Kings Road until it include one acre and a half of land. Wit: Umphry Merritt, Samue Maritt, Elijah Baldwin. Pro: 20 May 1765. Lewis Dubois
  1. John Woolsey is another son of the original Richard Woolsey and Sarah Fowler.


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   13 Apr 1764.   FHL film # 944743. FF:420.
Jacob Griffen and Ruth his wife of Rumbout, Dutchess Co., to Eleaser Coole of the New Paltz 129 Pounds by James Tuttel Line. proved 17 May 1768. Wit: Peleg Ransom & Seth Hubbell.      Signed) Jacob Griffen & Ruth X Griffen.


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1765.   
Lewis Dubois to John Woolsey, (vol:pg) FF:229


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1770.   
Ulster County, County Clerk, Kingston, New York. "In 1770, Richard conveyed to Thomas Knowlton 211 acres of land. I think he was the original Richard." (C.M. Woolsey 1 Sep 1920 to W. Herbert Wood.)


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   28 Apr 1770.    FHL film # 944743 GG:339.
Richard Woolsey of Bedford in County of Westchester and Province of New York, yeoman, of the 1st part and sold to Thomas Knowlton, yeoman of Precinct of Newburgh County of Ulster for 220 pounds - all of land being in precinct of New Burgh begin at Hudson River at a pitch pine sapling - standing in the NE corner of Richard Harcourt's farm marked on 4 sides with stones runs N 73 degrees W 82 chains and 40 links to a chestnut tree N 1 degree W 34 chains & 60 links - S 63 degrees 92 chains and 50 links to Hudson river to beginning.      signed by Richard Woolsey /seal/     Witnessed by Richard Woolsey and Joseph Woolsey


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   28 Apr 1770.    FHL film # 944743 GG:339.
Richard Woolsey of Bedford, Westchester Co, NY, yeoman, TO Thomas Knowlton of New Burgh, Ulster Co, NY, yeoman, for 220 pounds land in New Burgh beginning at Hudson River at a pitch pine sapling standing in the NE corner of Richard Harcourts Farme marked on four sides with stones round it thence N 73o W 82 chaines & 40 links to a chestnut tree marked with stones round it thence N 1o W 34 chaines & 60 links to a stake with a heep of stones round the same from thence S 63o E 92 chaines & 50 links to Hudsons River thence along said river to the place where it began, containing 211 acres, etc . Wit: Richard Woolsey and Joseph Woolsey. 15 Jan 1774 before
Direk Wynkoop, Jr. Esqr. Judge   Richard Woolsey [LS]
  1. Richard Woolsey of Bedford, the original Richard, who md. Sarah Fowler.
  2. Thomas Knowlton, Sr. of Newburgh, Ulster Co, NY (1720-1801) md Anna ______. [www believes his wife is Anna Woolsey, possibly a daughter of just discovered Daniel Woolsey & Elesebeth Downs of Newtown, Long Island. Thomas Knowlton, Sr. and Anna (Woolsey?) had a large family, including a son Robert W. (Woolsey?) Knowlton who md Mary Gay. Robert W. Knowlton & Mary Gay had a son Robert Woolsey Knowlton who md. Miriam Gaylord, indicating a close connection to the Woolsey family.
  3. The witness Richard Woolsey is most likely the Rev. Richard Woolsey, Jr. son of the original Richard Woolsey. Rev. Richard Woolsey, Jr. md. Ann Fuller, daughter of an unknown Fuller (Fowler?)
  4. The witness Joseph Woolsey is most likely the son of the original Richard Woolsey. Joseph Woolsey md. Mary Haight, daughter of Eburn Haight.
Before 1776. !LAND: Woolsey, C. M. HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF MARLBOROUGH, ULSTER COUNTY, NEW YORK, From its Earliest discovery. Illus. Albany. J. B. Lyon Company. 1908. Designated as "CMW" p. 40. Before 1776, Richard Woolsey sold 155 acres to Edward Hallock, who sold to John Youngs, Jun 1776. "In Benjamin Woolsey's corner; in John Woolsey's corner."


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1774.   
Cole, Redmond Selectman & Mary Cole Collection.  microfilmed 1994.   12 microfilm reels.   1971.
FHL film# 1598169 (Joseph Cole and Descendants) & 1598182 (continued) various items
Apparently Joseph Cole located in Ulster County about 1767 or 1768. Later deeds identify him as of New Paltz precinct, Ulster County, New York. These deeds bearing date of 1 Aug 1774, 10 Aug 1774 and 11 Aug 1774 were no doubt made as he was selling all his property preparatory to making his home in Virginia. These deeds were acknowledged in Dutchess County, New York, Scituate, Plymouth, MA, and Providence, Providence, RI. (See Bristol Deeds).


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1776.   p. 40.
Before 1776, Richard Woolsey sold 155 acres to Edward Hallock, who sold to John Youngs, Jun 1776. "In Benjamin Woolsey's corner; in John Woolsey's corner."


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1776.   
Isaac Fowler to Charles Wooley, KK:15  (note this is Wooley, not Woolsey)


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1787.   
The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record. Jan 1925. Westchester County, New York Miscellaneous Land and Property. p. 322.
Gilbert Palmer sold to Jacob Griffin of Fishkill in Dutchess County, executor for Richard Wolsey of Bedford, dec'd, land in Bedford, bounded by land formerly belonging to Josiah Woolsey, dec'd. 16 May 1787.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   6 Nov 1787   FHL film# 944745. KK:33.
Thomas Waters of Goshen, Orange Co, NY, gentleman, TO David Johnston of Dutchess Co, NY for 10 shillings in his actual possession by virtue of a bargain and sale for one whole year and in Ulster NE part of lot 39 of Minisink Angle etc. 26 acres also 653 acres . Wit: John Johnston Coe Gals Pro: 22 Nov 1787. Thomas Waters.


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1789.   
The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record. Jan 1925.
Westchester County, New York Miscellaneous Land and Property. p. 244.
James McDonalds mortgaged land in Beford, bounded by land late the property of Richard Woolsey, dec'd, and of "Mathew" Fountain, late dec'd. 28 May 1789.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   23 Jun 1790.   FHL film# 944749. LL:163.
Thomas Waters of Goshen, Orange Co, NY, Esquire, and with the consent and good liking of Bridget his wife TO Joe Rose of Walkill, Ulster Co, NY for 67 pound 10 shillings land (in his actual possession) in Ulster Co, part of Lot 39 in Minisink Angle, etc. 150 acres. Wit: Hege Mills, Able Gale. Pro: 25 Jun 1792.   Thomas [LS] Waters Bridget [LS] Waters
  1. Thomas Waters of Goshen, Orange Co, NY is possibly a descendant of Anthony Waters, Jr. ??



Ulster County, New York Deeds.   9 Jun 1795.   FHL film# 944749. MM:381
Daniel Knowlton of New Cornwell, Orange Co, NY TO Noah Woolsey of town of Marlborough, for 700 pounds land in town of Marlborough Begin at a stake & heap of Stones being at the corner of a lot of land belonging to James Ray and on the line of Nathaniel Harcourt and running along said line N 73o W 26 chains & 10 links to a Rock marked "B" at the corner of Zechariah Mills, N 87 links to a rock set in a fence marked "B" then NW along said Noah Woolsey to a large chestnut tree marker then N 1o 37" W 34 chains & 10 links to a chestnut sapling marked and stones round it on Hannah Smith the widow of Nehemiah Smith, dec'd then along said line S 61o E 42 chains & 2 links to a stake and stones at corner of James Ray farm then along the line of said farm S 79o W 23 chains & 50 links to beginning, containing 123 acres being bounded on the N by Hannah Smith and Elijah Lewis on the E by the land of James Ray on the South by Nathaniel Harcourt Zechariah Mills and land in possession of Noah Woolsey, on W by land now in possession of Noah Woolsey. Wit: Zechariah Mills, James Ray.
Pro: 29 Aug 1795.   Daniel Knowlton
  1. Daniel Knowlton of New Cornwell, Orange Co, NY possibly a son of Thomas Knowlton, Sr. & Anna (Woolsey?), md. Jemima ________.
  2. Noah Woolsey of Marlborough is the son of Rev. William Woolsey and Sarah Lewis.
    Noah was married four times: 1) Sarah ____; 2) Ruth _____; 3) Phebe Thompson;
    4) Phebe Woolsey d/o Joseph Woolsey and Mary Haight.
  3. Nathaniel Harcourt's son Richard Harcourt md. Elizabeth Merritt & moved to Dutchess Co, NY.
  4. Zachariah Mills is possibly the Zachariah Mills of Jamaica, Queens, Long Island, New York.
  5. Nehemiah Smith ???
  6. James Ray ???


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1797.   
Danl Knowlton to Noah Woolsey, MM:381


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1797.   
Richard Wright to Noah Woolsey, OO:198


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   2 Feb 1797.   FHL film# 944750. OO:198.
Richard Wright & Hannah his wife & Jonathan Wright of Marlborough, Ulster Co, NY TO Noah Woolsey of same place for 108 pounds land in Marlborough begin at a stake & stones standing in a division line formerly between Daniel Knowlton & John Rhodes thence S 86o E six chains & 76 links to a chestnut tree marked on four sides with 3 notches and a blaze then S 69o E 5 chains & 50 links to a stake and stones on W side of highway then S 19o W 10 chains & 50 links to a large rock in Nathaniel Harcourts North bounds, then N 76o W along his line 10 chains and 70 links to a stake & heap of stones the N 11o E 10 chains & 34 links to beginning containing 13 1/2 acres . Wit: James Teller, Stephen Sutton, James Woolsey.
Prov: 13 Mar 1797.   Richard Wright, Hannah X Wright, Jonathan Wright


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   12 Feb 1801.   FHL film# 944753. 20:59.
(John Woolsey, (son of above Richard), conveyed to Henry Woolsey his son, 203 acres of land in 1801.) (C.M. Woolsey 1 Sep 1920 to W.H. Wood)
John Woolsey of Newmarlborough To Henry Woolsey of same place $2250 land in his actual possession in Marlborough at the West side of Hudson River & being part of a tract of land which Richard Woolsey Senr purchased from Daniel Gomes & others Beginning at Hudsons River near a chestnut tree marked on two sides with three noches and a blaze and is Cornelius Lewis corner of his farm then running N 89o W 56 chains to a stake and stones round it and is Benjamin Woolseys corner then along his line N 1o 50" W W 20 chains & a ½ to another stake & stones and is John Youngs corner then along his line S 84o E 20 chains & ½ in company with John Young to a stake & stones to the river then S along river to beginning containing 203 acres.
Wit: James Teller, Henry Deyo, Junr.    Pro: 16 Apr 1801.   John Woolsey


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   26 Feb 1802.   FHL film# 944751. 16:327.
John Hopper of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY TO Moses Woolsey of same place, farmer, for $310 a part of a lot purchased by said John Hopper from Griffin Ransom at NW corner of the farm on which Henry Elting now lives, part of lot 2 in the patent of New Paltz, beginning at a stake & stones in a swamp on a line of division between Daniel Woolsey and said John Hopper then N 22o E 10 chains & 20 links to stake and stones in highway between lands of Peleg Ransom & John Hopper then S 53o E along said highway 10 chains & 90 links to a stake & stones then S 32o 30" W 10 chains to a stake & stones then N 53o W to beginning containing 10 acres. Wit: Reuben Miller, Abigail Cooper. Pro: 8 Mar 1802.    John Hopper


Ulster County, New York Deeds.15 Nov. 1803.   FHL film# 944752. 18:414.
Hannah Smith of Marlborough & Nehemiah Smith & Rachel Smith his wife of City of Albany TO Richard I. Woolsey of Marlborough for $1250 land in his actual possession in Marlborough begin at a stake & heap stones at SE corner of said lott W in company with Noah Woolsey, William Lyon and William B. Woolsey to land of John Williams then N to land belonging to the heirs of Zadock Lewis, then E and N as the fence now stands to James Hallock then E to Northest corner of said lot then S with heirs of Zadock Lewis to beginning containing 50 acres. Wit: Daniel Lawrence, Daniel Upton, Wm. M. Bliss.
Pro: 6 Jun 1807. [all signed]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   28 Apr 1803.   FHL film# 944754. 21:451.
Cadwallader R. Colden at present of county of Rensselaer, NY, gent. By Solomon Sleight his attorney TO William B. Woolsey of Marlborough for $186 land in actual possession of William B. Woolsey in Marlborough commonly called Colden's Ridge, etc. on S side of road leading from Latin Town to the ferry being the NE corner of Samuel Winslow's 30,000 acres E etc to SE corner of Wickhams land etc containing 23 Ό acres . Wit: Thomas Woolsey, Jacob Gidney.
Pro: 19 Oct 1808. Cad. R Colden by Solomon Sleight, attorney.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   31 Dec 1803.   FHL film# 944754. 21:453.
William Wickham of Goshen, Orange Co, Esqr & Sarah his wife TO William B. Woolsey of Marlborough 544 pounds land in Marlborough in his actual possession part of land set apart by commissioners to said William Wickham on a division of Ridge beginning between Ridge & Lewis Morris & Co commonly called the seven Patentees where road from Latin town to Hudson river crosses line from then E along sd road to land lately conveyed by said Wickham to Thomas Woolsey then N E & etc 160 acres. Wit: Bridget Mackdonal, W. Thompson.
Pro: 21 Feb 1804.    Wm Wickham Sarah Wickham


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   15 Mar 1805.   FHL film# 944755. 24:39.
William B . Woolsey & Hannah his wife of Marlborough TO John Hart of same place for 491 pounds 16 shillings 3 pence land in Marlborough granted by patent to George Harrison called Colden Ridge begin at a stake & stones on S side of public road that leads to Benj. Townsends landing in NE corner of Nathaniel Harcourt bought from Samuel Winslow & is also E line of said patent thence N 3o 20" W 41 chains & 53 links to a stake & stones in said line S 86o W four chains & 28 links to chesnut tree near the end of a stone fence then N 69o W 5 chains & 63 links to a crock in stone fence etc. to begin 56 acres with exclusions for main road. Wits: James Teller, Joseph Mory, John Olins. Pro: 20 Apr 1805. William B. Woolsey, Hannah X Woolsey.


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1807   
Hannah Smith to Richard J Woolsey, 18:414


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   20 Jan 1807.   FHL film# 944753. 20:57.
George Westlake & Easter his wife of Marlborough TO Thomas Woolsey of New Burgh, Orange Co, NY 1300 pounds all that farm where George Westlake now lives in Marlborough bounded N by Nathaniel Chitterton & Anning Smith, dec'd , W by Abill Adams, dec'd and S by Amos Dickerson & John Hallick & Benj Sands & E by Solamon Farriss 117 acres.
Wit: B. T. Case, W. Ross. Prov: 15 May 1807. [both signed]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   13 Apr 1808.   FHL film# 944754. 21:456.
Seth Fairechild & Cathrine his wife of Warwasink, Ulster Co, NY TO William B. Woolsey of New Malborough $2500 land in town of Warwasink in the patent granted Joakim Stadts on SW side of Good Beers hill (kill?) beginning by a heap of stones on NE land of Ruben Dewitt between the public road and Sandburgh kill then running as the needle pointed in 1772 N 45o 30" W along Ammon Scidmore etc Thomas Crosman etc Ann Beck etc Mammon Scidmore etc 150 acres. Wit: Eburn Haight, Thos Crosman Edward Fairchild. Pro: 2 May 1808.   Seth Fairchild, Catherine Fairchild.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   10 May 1808.    FHL film# 944754. 23:597.
William B. Woolsey & Hannah his wife of Marlborough TO Latting Caverly of same place for $3750 land in Marlborough Begin at NW corner at a walnut stump in the stone wall on E line of John Caverly S 3o 51" E 47 chains & 84 links along John Caverly, Richard Carpenter & Philip Caverly to the road etc at John Woods NE corner & John Haights line etc at John Haights NW corner etc at John Haights NE corner at William Lyons line & Wm Bonds S patent line etc to begin 116 acres Wits: Jacob Nottingham, Margeret Hasbrouck Pro:5 Jul 1808. William B. Woolsey Hannah X Woolsey


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   9 Aug 1808.    FHL film# 944755.24:129.
Thomas Woolsey & Rebecca his wife of Marlborough, TO Deborah Smith of same place $100 lot in Marlborough Beginning by W side of th road at a stake & stones for SE corner thence N 58o W four chains to a stake & stones then N 32o E one chain & 25 links to Nathaniel Chittendens S line then S 58o E four chains to W line of Solomon Ferris on E side of road thence S 32o W one chain & 25 links to beginning containing one half acre of land Wit: Nathaniel Chittenden, Catherine Chittenden.
Pro: 13 Jan 1810. Thomas & Rebekah Woolsey.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   31 Mar 1810.    FHL film# 944756. 26:573. William Bolton & Effe his wife to secure payment unto Isaac Germonds a lot of land in Milton, town of Marlborough, now in possession of said William Bolton & Peter P. Tice the said William Bolton by two deeds first on 21 May 1814 & 2nd on 22 Aug 1816 conveyed unto the said Peter P. Tice a part of the said mortgaged premises whereas the said Isaac Germon on 28 Jan 1820 assigned the said mortgage to Richard I. Woolsey & Uriah Coffin that we the said Richard I. Woolsey and Uriah Coffin for $1.00 paid by Peter P. Tice quit claim all right etc
Wit: A. D. Soper Pro: 18 Apr 1825. Richd I. Woolsey Uriah Coffin


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1810   
Geo Westlake to Thomas Woolsey, 20:57


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1810   
John Woolsey to Henry Woolsey, 20:59


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1811.   
Moses Woolsey, son of Daniel Woolsey, and Abigail his wife gave a deed. (ibid cm. woolsey to wh wood) "In 1811, Thomas Woolsey & Rebecca his wife gave a deed 117 acres. (ibid)


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   13 Apr 1811.    FHL film# 944753. 20:596.
Moses Woolsey & Abigail his wife of New Paltz TO Samuel Moore of the same place$500 part of land Moses Woolsey purchased from John Hopper begin at NW corner of land Widow Elting now lives, a part of Lot 2 in the Pattent of New Paltz begin at a Stake & Stones in the Swamp on line of division between Daniel Woolsey, dec'd and said Moses Woolsey, thence N as the ditch now runs 10 chains & 20 links to highway between Peleg Ransom & said Moses Woolsey then S 53o E along said highway 11 chains & 90 links to a Stake & stones then S 32o 30" W 10 chains to a stake & stones then N53o W to the beginning containing 11 Acres.
Wit: Enog Hart, Peleg Ransom. Prov: 8 Dec 1812. Moses Woolsey, Abigail Woolsey


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   2 Jul 1811.   FHL film# 944754. 23:412.
Thomas Woolsey & Rebecca his wife of Marlborough TO Benjamin Sands of same place for $4022 land in Marlborough Begin at NE corner of Benjamin Sands on the main post road which leads from New burgh to Kingston thence along sd road N 15o 30" W 5 chains & 50 links N 8o 30" E 2 chains & 5 links to lands of Deborah Smith N 55o 15" W four chains N 8o 30" E one chain 25 links to Nath'l Chittenden etc to Anning Smith etc to Nehemia L Smith etc to Amos Dickison etc to beginning 117 acres for the price of 13 pounds 15 shillings an acre.
Wit: Nathaniel Chittenden, William Woolsey Pro:224 Aug 1811 Thomas Woolsey Rebekah Woolsey


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1815.   
C.R. Colden by atty to Wm B Woolsey, 21:451


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1815   
Wm Wickham to Wm B Woolsey, 21:453


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1815   
Seth Fairchild to Wm B Woolsey, 21:456


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   1 Oct 1815.   FHL film#941884. 47:315.
John Hunt & Jane his wife of New Paltz TO Moses Woolsey of same place $76.50 lot being part of mountain lot 12 at the scrub oak plains & conveyed by admins of estate of Peleg Ransom dec'd unto said John Hunt etc 8 acres
Wit: Daniel L. Elsworth, AW DuBois. Pro: 11 Jan 1816. John Hunt Jane Hunt [examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   29 Sep 1815.   FHL film# 944754. 23:322.
Elijah Lewis of Marlborough TO Nathaniel Woolsey of same place $50 quit claim land in Marlborough Begin at a flat rock on W side of road thence N 80o W 3 chains to a wscock tree marked N 88o W 7 chains & 95 links etc 20 acres
Wit: A. D. Soper Pro: 29 Nov 1815. Elijah Lewis


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   26 Apr 1816.   FHL film# 944754. 23:193.
Comfort Lewis of Marlborough TO Richard I. Woolsey of same place for $158 quit claim land set forth in order of Abraham Myer, Esqr, Surrogate land etc 9 acres Wits: John Noyes Pro: 26 Apr 1816.   Comfort X Lewis


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   26 Apr 1816.   FHL film# 944754. 23:191.
Abraham Myer, Esqr. Surrogate, upon petition of Elijah Lewis administrator of Zadock Lewis dec'd & personal estate insufficient to pay debts, 1 Oct 1816 order to sell real estate land in Marlborough in William Bonds patent undivided half of lot 1 E by Hudsons River S by Benj Townsend N by Foster Hallock W on a ridge of rocks containing 7 acres, also etc 3 acres, also etc W & N by Foster Hallock S & E by Richard K. Woolsey, abt 8 acres sold to Richard I Woolsey of Marlborough for $316.67 part of above land about 9 acres.
Wit: John Cole. Pro: 26 Apr 1816. Elijah Lewis & John Noyes, commissioners


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   13 Jun 1817.   FHL film# 944754. 22:425.
Jeremiah DeGraff & Mary DeGraff his wife of Esopus, Ulster Co, NY TO David Woolley [name is spelled Woolsey in index but Woolley in deed www] of same place for $300.15 land in Esopus N part of Lot 61 in second class on S side of the Rondout kill etc 15 acres. Wits: Jonathan Slauyter, John York.
Pro:27Jun 1817.    Jeremiah DeGraff, Mary X De Graff


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1818   
G.D. Wickham to David Woolsey, 22:598


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   20 Sep 1818.   FHL film#941879. 38:23
Elijah Woolsey & Permelia his wife of Marlborough TO David Soule of same place for $1420 farm in Marlborough on road from Lattin town to New burgh begin in the road at SE corner of Rosel Homes land then N 86o 45" W four chains 30 links then N 4o W 7 chains 43 links then N 52o W 12 chains 38 links then S 3o E 23 chains 72 links to the Butter worth farm then N88o E 15 chains 27 links then S 9o W 1 chain 8 links to Capt Bernards land then S 77o 30" E as the fence stands along Bernards land 10 chains 5 links N 5o 30" E 3 chains 68 links etc 5o etc. to Phineas Rices land etc 34 ½ acres to a mortgage given to Elijah Woolsey for $400.
Wit: Wm Soper Jr. Pro: 21 Sep 1831. Elijah Woolsey, Permelia Woolsey


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1819   
Zadock Lewis by adm to Rich J Woolsey, 23:191


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1819   
Comfort Lewis to Rich J Woolsey, 23:191


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1819   
Elijah Lewis to Nathaniel Woolsey, 23:322


Ulster County, New York Deeds.    7 Oct 1820.   FHL film# 944754. 23:601.
John Hunt & Jane his wife of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY TO Moses Woolsey of same place for $750 land in New Paltz begin at SE corner of Richard Woolsey's lot & along his line N 69o 15" W 2 chains & 26 links S 51o 10" W one chain & 10 links N 60o & 15" W 3 chains & 84 links to E line of Moses Woolsey farm along his E line S 3 chains & 38 links to road along road N 72o E two chains 71 links etc to Peleg Ransom to begin containing 3 rood & 20 perches
Wits: Richard I. Woolsey, Joseph H. Deyo. Pro 7 Nov 1820 [both signed]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    5 Nov 1821.   FHL film#941878. 27:626.
Henry Woolsey & Loretta his wife of Marlborough TO Stephen S. Rand of same place for $600 land in Marlborough and is a part of Henry Woolsey's farm begin at intersection of Edward Youngs land & west side of highway which leads from Milton to New Bergh S along W side of highway to the fence on the hill between the woods and a clear field then W as the fence runs to the rock on the E side of the orchard thence N on the rock to a chesnut tree marked then W to turn of fence then as the fence runs to Edward Youngs land N near the corner etc 15 acres bounded E by highway S by Henry Woolsey W & N by Edward Young
Wit: Benjamin Harcourt, William M. Roe. Pro:7 Nov 1821. Henry Woolsey Loretta Woolsey


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   1 Jun 1822. FHL film# 944755. 24:582.
David Woolsey & Rebakah his wife of Marlborough TO Elijah Woolsey of South Salem, Westchester Co, NY for $300 land in Plattkill, Ulster Co, NY beginning & adjoining Abraham and Charles R. Wooley [yes, Wooley] at NW corner and at a long stone standing about 2 feet out of the ground & marked A.W and C.R.W. S 74o 30" E 92 links to a rock marked C.W. S four chains then S 74o 30" E five chains to a stake & stones then N four chains to a stake & stones then N four chains to a stake & stones adjoining Pugt? Wintworths Patent line on N thence S 74o 30" E eleven chains 67 links to a stake & stones then S 17o 29" W 16 chains & 20 links to a stake & stones adjoining Charles R. Wooley (yes, Wooley) etc. 26 2/3 acres. Wit: John Woolsey, Eunice Woolsey. Pro: 5 Oct 1822. Recorded 27 May 1823. David Woolsey, Rebacca Woolsey (examined)


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1823   
David Woolsey and Rebecca his wife, deed dated 1822, also gave a deed in 1823." (ibid)


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   28 Jun 1823.   FHL film# 944755. 24:684.
John Waters & Mylo his wife of Marlborough TO Frederick Barnard of Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co, NY for $4000 land in Marlborough part of Lot 3 S&S on E side of highway leading from Latting town to Newburgh, etc. on div line of Charles Brown & David Woolsey to Beginning 137 acres, being the same land conveyed by David Woolsey & his wife to said John Waters b y Deed bearing date the 18 Apr 1815 excepting all that lot heretofore sold by said John Waters to Samuel Waters beginning etc. about 2 acres Also all that lot conveyed by the said David Woolsey & his wife to the said John Waters lying in the town of Plattkill in Ulster county beginning at NW corner of lot 27 etc 23 acres excepting out of the last lot about 5 acres sold by John Waters to Simon Wood to settle division between their lots etc
Wit: A. D. Soper. John Waters & Mylo Waters Pro:28 Jun 1823 before Abraham D. Soper, commissioner.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   16 Dec 1823.   FHL film# 944755. 25:269.
David Woolsey & Rebeca his wife of Marlborough TO Edward E. Conklin of same place for sum of l x hundred dllar land in Marlborough beginning at a stone set in the main road that leads from John Haits to Townsends ferry thence W along sd road in a straight line 3 chains & 17 links to another stone on N side causeway in line of lands wich sd Hait bought of David Merritt S S along the center of a ditch 3 chains & 25 links containing one acre
Wits: Stephen L Rand, David Staples. Pro: 18 Dec 1823. David Woolsey Rebecca Woolsey


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1824   
Richard S. Woolsey and Phebe his wife gave a deed." (ibid)


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   31 Mar 1824.   FHL film# 944755. 25:530.
Richard I. Woolsey & Phebe his wife of Plattkill, Ulster Co, NY TO Benjamin Ketch of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY for $350 land in New Paltz part of the farm belonging to Pelag Ransom dec'd at the time of his decease & since sold by an order of the Surrogate of Ulster Co & sold to Joseph Ransom etc one acre bounded on S by Moses Woolsey W N & E by the estate of Pelag Ransom dec'd with a public highway running through the said lot leading from the New Paltz Church to the New Paltz Landing Wits: Isaac Hoffman Pro: 31 Mar 1824     Richard I. Woolsey Phebe Woolsey


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   4 Sep 1824.   FHL film# 944754. 26:75.
Moses Woolsey of New Paltz TO Barnabas Benton, Abraham Wolley [yes, Wolley] and Daniel H. Ostrom, Trustees of the first Presbyterian Congregation in New Paltz bequeathed lot in New Paltz on which the meeting house now stands one half of an acre Wits: Pro:4 Sep 1824. Moses Woolsey


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1825   
David & Rebecca & John Woolsey to Nathl Harcourt, 26:416


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   25 Feb 1825.   FHL film# 944756. 26:416.
Severyn Breyn one of the Masters in chancery for the state of New York dwelling in Kingston, Ulster Co, NY of first part and Nathaniel Harcourt, Joseph Harcourt and Benjamin Harcourt of the town of Marlborough in Ulster Co NY of second part, whereas at a court of Chancery held for state of NY at city of Albany on 16 Oct 1824 ordered in a certain cause between Nathaniel Harcourt Joseph & Benjamin Hartcourt, Exors of the last will and testament of Nathaniel Harcourt dec'd Complainents and David Woolsey & Rebecca his wife, Richard Harcourt & Elizabeth his wife John Woolsey and Aaron Innes defendents that the mortgaged premises be sold to highest bidder having given proper notice, etc sold to parties of the 2nd part for $2000 land in Marlborough, it being the farm upon which Richard Harcourt formerly lived beginning at a rock about 10 links N of a chesnut tree called David Merrits NE corner and the NW corner of said lot then along said Merrits E line S 14o 43" E 14 chains 10 links etc opposite David Hands house etc to John Caverlys W line etc to Philip Caverleys etc to Lattin Caverly, etc containing 93 acres other lands 24 Ό acres. Wit: Pro: 25 Feb 1825.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   10 Jan 1825.   FHL film# 944757. 28:27.
Joseph Ransom & Phebe his wife of New Paltz TO Clinton Woolsey of same place $146 land in New Paltz part of the lot conveyed by Jacob Dayton to said Joseph Ransom begin SE corner of Peleg Ransom lot to a heap of stones corner of Moses Woolseys wood lot then to James Fisks wood lot etc to begin containing 9 acres. Pro: 26 Apr 1825, before Samuel Duncomb, commissioner Joseph Ransom Phebe Ransom


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   4 May 1825.   FHL film# 944756. 26:629.
Hannah Woolsey, relict of Richard Woolsey Junr late of Marlborough dec'd for $80 paid by Absalom Barnet of Marlborough land in Marlborough beginning at the corner of land in possession of Jeremiah Relyea along the road leading from the house of William Bolton to the landing of William Soper N 5 rods to a stake and heap of stones E 16 rods to a stake & heap of stones S 5 rods to a stake & heap of stones then W 16 rods to beginning containing ½ of an acre of land being the premises belonging to the said Richard Woolsey junr at the time of his decease etc. Wit: A. D. Soper Pro: 5 May 1825. Hannah X Woolsey


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   9 May 1825.   FHL film# 944761. 35:594.
Stratton Woolley & Mary his wife of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY TO Theodorus Van Seelen of Plattekill, Ulster Co, NY for $1950 land in his actual possession in Plattekill within the bounds of Winthrow etc – 85 acres – Wit: A. D. Soper. Pro: 9 May 1825. Stratton Wolley & Mary Wolley [examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   24 May 1825.   FHL film# 944756. 26:436.
Andrew Louw of Kingston, Ulster Co, NY TO Deliler Wolsey, Eliza Halon Wolsey & Rachel Wolsey of Esopus for $40 land in Esopus Lot 6 of the Huzzy hill lotts Begin at a stake marked 5,6 at the foot of said hill N 11o E ten chains to bound of lot 3 then along same S 5o W until a course S 850 E will strike the place of beginning 13 acres Wits: Peter R. Decker, Tjerick F. Teerpenning Pro: 24 Feb 1825. Andrew Louw.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   11 Jul 1825.   FHL film# 944757. 27:359.
Aaron Innis & Martha his wife of Pougheepsie Dutchess Co, NY TO John Woolsey of city and county of New York, state of New York for $65 land in Marlborough a mountain wood lot – bounded on E by heirs of Thomas Wygant dec'd N by John Wood & heirs of Mathew Barnhard dec'd W by heirs of Nathaniel Harcourt dec'd & S by Zephaniah Northrup 28 acres Wit: Richard I. Woolsey Pro: 21 Jul 1825. Aaron Innis.


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   24 Jan 1826.    FHL film# 944761. 35:270
Abrm Wolley, Charles R. Wolley, and David Wolley of the town of Plattekill and New Paltz in Ulster Co, NY TO William Weddel of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY for $275 land in New Paltz being a part of lot No. four, thirty three & thirty four in a field book and Map of sd land bounded Lot 4 begin at SW corner of lot 3 joining the river E side of Water street then S etc etc 24 acres Lots 33 & 34 – 24 acres – right to establish a ferry Wit: Theodore Dusinberre. Pro:21 Feb 1826. Mary Wolley & Abrm Wolley; Charles R. Wolley & Hannah M. Wolley; Agnes Wolley & David Wolley. Rec: 21 Oct 1829.


Uster County , New York Deeds.   1 Jan 1826.   FHL film#941878. 36:271.
Moses Woolsey & Abigail his wife of New Paltz TO Clinton Woolsey of same place for $500 land in New Paltz now in possession of Clinton Woolsey begin at NW corner of the garden of stone wall thence N below a slate ledge of rocks S to a stake & stones containing 1 acre+
Wit: David Abutbuer?, Mary etha Woolsey. Pro: 22 Jun 1830.   Moses Woolsey   Abigail X Woolsey


Uster County , New York Deeds.   1 Jan 1826.   FHL film#941878. 36:273.
Moses Woolsey & Abigail his wife of New Paltz TO Robert Woolsey of same place for $500 land in New Paltz house & lot where Robert Woolsey now lives beginning at SE corner of Benjamin Keetch etc to land formerly belonging to Peleg Ransom to beginning about 1 acre
Wit: David Abutbuere Mary etta Woolsey Pro: 22 Jun 1830   Moses Woolsey Abigail X Woolsey


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    30 Jan 1826.   FHL film#941878. 37:204.
John Hallock of Marlborough TO Absalom Barrett of same place whereas Richard Woolsey, Junr and Hannah his wife by a mortgage 18 Oct 1810 made between said Richard Woolsey Junr & Hannah his wife TO David Sands for $150 a lot but default in payment for $30 did sell land in Marlborough corner of Benjamin Sands along the road leading from the store of William Bolton to the launching of William Soper etc containing ½ acre
Wit: A. D. Soper. Pro:14 Feb 1826 John Hallock


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   3 Apr 1826.   FHL film# 944757. 28:370.
Charles Dubois of Kingston, Ulster Co, NY TO Delsly Woolsey of Esopus for $80 land in Esopus bounded S by lands formerly of Cornelius D. Hasbrouck on W & N by lands formerly of Nathaniel Burrel and on E by lands now possessed by William H. Irvine about two acres
Wits: John Van Buren. Pro: 3 Apr 1826. Ch. Dubois


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   Seset April 1826.    FHL film# 944757. 28:377.
Samuel Waters in Marlborough TO Waters Holmes of same place for $2000 farm in Marlborough where Samuel Waters now resides N by Thomas Wygant dec'd W by said Wygant S by heirs of Jonathan Brown dec'd & land late of John Water E by lands late of John Waters and heirs of John Caverly dec'd about 31 acres also land granted by Michael Denton & wife to Samuel Waters E by POeter Barnhart N by William Wygant W by Lewis Morris called N N W line of said patent S by Thomas Wygant dec'd 37 acres also etc 6 acres
Wits: Charles Craft, Joseph Law. Pro: 6 Apr 1826.    Samuel Waters


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   1 Apr 1826.    FHL film# 944757. 28:471.
Samuel Waters of Marlborough & Eunice his wife TO Elijah Woolsey of same place for $800 land in Marlborough Begin at at stone set in the ground on S side of a brook near the bridge thence S 88o W 12 chains 70 links to chesnut tree marked thence S on heirs of Thomas Wygant dec'd 24 chains to N line of Jonathan Brown dec'd E 13 chains 80 links to road leading from Lattin town to Newburgh thence N to begin. 28 acres also begin at SE corner of heirs of John Hait dec'd W and land of George Wygant to the road aforesaid S to gate opening into lands of Barnard E 10 chains 16 links N 3 chains 87 links to a stake & stones E to the brook 13 acres also other lands 56 acres also 37 acres etc.
Wits: Samuel W. Pierce, Richd I. Woolsey. Pro: 5 Apr 1826. Samuel Waters & Eunice X Waters


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   25 May 1826.    FHL film# 944757. 28:692.
Samuel H. Holmes of Marlborough TO Elijah Woolsey of same place for $800 land in Marlborough on W side of road leading from Lattin Town to New Burgh with a dwelling house thereon bounded N by Matthew T. Wygant W by heirs of Thomas Wygans dec'd S by heirs of Jonathan Brown dec'd E by highway – 25 acres also land on E side of highway N by heirs of John Hait dec'd E by heirs of John Caverly dec'd as the brook rund south by Frederick Barnards and W by highway – 13 acres also by land of William Wygant & John Caverly W by Stephen S. Rand S by Austin Meritt & E by Peter Barnhart 34 acres also a wood lot N by Abraham Tuttle E by heirs of Phillip Caverly dec'd S by heirs of John Hait dec'd 30 acres all the above pieces are described in a deed given by Samuel Waters & his wife to Elijah Woolsey dated 1 Apr 1826.
Wit: S. W. Pierce Pro: 5 May 1826. Samuell W. Holmes


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   25 May 1826.    FHL film# 944757. 28:694.
Elijah Woolsey of Marlborough & Pamela his wife TO Samuel W. Holmes of same place for $400 quit claim unto said Samuel W. Holmes above land 25 acres & 13 acres & 34 acres & 30 acres etc Wit: A. D. Soper Pro: 2 Jun 1826 before Abraham D. Soper Elijah Woolsey, Pamelia Woolsey


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   27 Jul 1826.   FHL film# 944758. 29:250.
Samuel W. Holmes of Marlborough TO Elijah Woolsey of same place for $800 undivided moiety of half part of land being the property recently belonging to Samue Waters situate in Marlborough the first tract being the farm on which the said parties now reside by N by heirs of John Hait dec'd & Mathew T Wygant W by heirs of Thomas Wygant dec'd S by heir of Jonathan Brown dec'd & Frederick Barnard E by heirs of John Caverly dec'd 38 acres 2nd 34 acres & 3rd 30 acres etc. Wit: A. D. Soper Pro 27 Jul 1826. Samuel W. Holmes


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   1 Feb 1827.   FHL film#941884. 47:198.
John Woolsey of Hyde Park, Dutchess Co, NY TO Samuel W. Woolsey of same place for love & affection & $1 land in Marlborough a wood lot bounded S by Zephaniah Northrip, W by heirs of Nathaniel Harcourt dec'd N by widow Barnhart and E by heirs of Thomas Wygant, dec'd 27 ½ acres Wit: David Woolsey Jane Bailey, Pro:9 Feb 1827 before Abraham D. Soper. John Woolsey, Mary Woolsey


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   7 Apr 1827.   FHL film# 944759. 31:122
Josiah Woolsey of New Windsor, Orange Co, NY TO Moses Birdsall of Marlborough for $300 land in Marlborough in village called Milton and is part of that lot which Luther S. Woolsey purchased of Aron Innis and sold to said Josiah Woolsey begin at NE fron corner of the stove house sold by Luther S. Woolsey to Nathan Wooley [should this be Woolsey? www] & now occupied by J T onklin E James Jenkins S to road leading to the river at the dock now occupied by Jacob P. Townsend E to James Jenkis lot N to Eliphalet Smith then W to the highway as the fence now stands S along highway leading from New Burgh to Kingston to begin 32 rods of land Wit: A. D. Soper. Pro: 7 May 1827. Josiah Woolsey


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   28 Apr 1827.   FHL film# 944758. 29:533.
Nathaniel Woolsey of Marlborough & Rebecca his wife TO John Ransom of same place for $700 landin Marlborough Begin at a flat rock on west side of the road then N 88o W s7 chains 95 links to a chesnut tree marked then due W 1 chain 62 links to a heap of stones then S 82o W 6 chains 19 links to a stake & heap of stone on the west line then S 9o 12" W 5 chains 50 links etc 20 acres bounded on E & S by the highway leading from Milton to Lattin town W by Richard I Woolsey N by the Hallocks – Wit: A. D. Soper Pro: 30 Apr 1827. Nathaniel Woolsey, Rebacah Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   26 Aug 1828.   FHL film# 944760. 33:572.
Cornelius Earle of city & county New York cartman & Maria his wife TO David M. Woolsey of Marlborough for $1200 land in Marlborough Begin at S&S in S line of William Mackey's to corner that Hatfield Morgan dec'd sold to John ""Rhoads Esqr then S to highway E of John Rhoads dwelling house the S then N etc to begin 60 acres also other lands 20 acres Wit: Jno T. Banta, William Weeks. Pro: 26 Aug 1828. [both signed]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   25 Mar 1829.   FHL film# 944761. 35:293.
John Benedict & Jane his wife of Plattekill, Ulster Co, NY TO Richard I. Woolsey of same place $507 land in Plattekill described in a deed executed by Joseph Rhoads & his wife Loes Crawford 24 Sep 1808 beg at John Hallocks corner on S side of highway leading from Plattekill to Latin town S 15o 28" W 13 chains 30 links to a black oak tree marked E 70o 30 " S 21 chains 40 links to a black oak tree on or near John Duffields N line then N 15o 28" E sixteen chains 10 links to a stake & stones on sai highway to beginning 30 acres Wit: John Hait Pro: 25 Mar 1829. John Benedict Jane X Benedict


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   25 Mar 1829.   FHL film# 944761. 35:294.
John Cole of Plattekill TO Richard I Woolsey of same place for $100 land in PIattekill described in a deed executed by Abraham Cantine Sheriff TO John Cole 7 Feb 1820 also one wood lot formerly owned by Jacob Ransom N by John Duffield E by James Wygant S by heirs of Samuel Airs & W by Thaddeus Hait 14 acres Wit: D. L. Shuar? Pro:25 Mar 1829 John Cole


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   1 Jun 1829.   FHL film# 944760. 34:641.
Charles Dubois & Catherine his wife of Kingston TO John Woolsey of Isopus, Ulster Co, NY $925 land in Isopus on the west side of the road from Kingston to Newburgh on W side of road begin at a heap of stones on a line formerly belonging to Thomas Jones & Susannah Delancey N etc to bounds of Jacob Terpening to John Van Keuven to beginning 3 acres Wit: A. D. Sahler Pro:1 Jun 1829 Ch. Dubois Catharine Dubois


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   22 Dec 1829.   FHL film# 944761. 35:371.
George Terpenning & his wife Maria of Esopus TO Daniel Woolsey of Esopus for $5.00 land in Esopus called Esopus Flats along river 5 acres Wit: Ann Elisia Decker, Peter R. Decker pro: 25 Dec 1829. George Terpenning, Mariah X Terpenning


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   31 Dec 1829.   FHL film# 944761. 35:372.
Daniel Woolsey & Elizabeth his wife of Esopus TO Barnum Whipple of city & county of Albany for $500 land in Esopus being on W side of Hudson river called Esopus Flats or meadows being sometimes covered with water at high tides beginning at E extremity of said meadow next the channel S along said channel at low tide mark 10 chains then turning an angle then 3 chains W then turning an angle 18 chains N then E to the edg of said river 3 chains S along the edje of said river 10 chains to the place of beginning 5 acres. Wit: Peter R. Decker George Terpenning pro: 31 Dec 1829. Daniel Woolsey Elizabeth Woolsey


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   1 May 1830.   FHL film# 941878. 36:78.
Henry Woolsey and Lorette his wife of Marlborough TO Stephen S. Rand of the same place for $1150 land in Marlborough adjoining the highway that leads from Milton to New burg and is a part of the land formerly belonging to John Woolsey beginning at the NW corner in the middle of the highway then E by lands of Benjamin H Rhoad to the river then to a direct line with a poplar tree near the bank then as the fence runs to the meadow then round the S side of the meadow to the upper then to the road to beginning 45 acres Wit: A. D. Soper Pro: 4 May 1830. Henry Woolsey, Lorettee Woolsey


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   19 Jun 1830.   FHL film# 941878. 36:138.
Teunis W. Lattin of Esopus TO Daniel Woolsey of Esopus for agreements hereinafter contained and $1.00 sells all the coals ores fossils minerals and rock containing mineral substances of whatsoever being under in or upon my land bounded on E by the north river S by John Smith on W by Sylvester Terpoening Peter R. Decker etc on on N by land of John Winfield etc 87 acres with right of digging, boring blasting mining, excavating, raising & carrying off said coal etc and right of egress and regress and of erecting such machinery and buildings thereon as may be necessary but for no other purpose to pay a reasonable annual rent an equal eighth part of the coals etc but if nothing found within ten years these presents are null and void. Wits: John E. Decker, Peter R. Decker. Pro: 21 Jun 1830. Tunis W. Latting


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   19 Jun 1830.   FHL film# 941878. 36:139.
George Terpening of Esopus TO Daniel Woolsey of Esopus for agreements hereinafter contained and $1.00 sells all the coals ores fossils minerals and rock containing mineral substances of whatsoever being under in or upon my land bounded on E by the north river S by John Winfield on W by Joshua Terpening William Terpening & Jacobus Terpening on N by lands of William Terpening etc 70 acres with right of digging, boring blasting mining, excavating, raising & carrying off said coal etc and right of egress and regress and of erecting such machinery and buildings thereon as may be necessary but for no other purpose to pay a reasonable annual rent an equal eighth part of the coals etc but if nothing found within ten years these presents are null and void. Wit: Daniel W. Carpenter, Peter R. Decker. Pro: 19 Jun 1830. George Terpenning.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   19 Jun 1830.   FHL film# 941878. 36:140.
John Winfield of Esopus TO Daniel Woolsey of Esopus for agreements hereinafter contained and $1.00 sells all the coals ores fossils minerals and rock containing mineral substances of whatsoever being under in or upon my land bounded on E by the north river S by Cornelius B. Van Aken on W by John Winfield, Jr & Casparas Winfield etc on on N by land of John Delamater, William & George Terpenning 52 acres with right of digging, boring blasting mining, excavating, raising & carrying off said coal etc and right of egress and regress and of erecting such machinery and buildings thereon as may be necessary but for no other purpose to pay a reasonable annual rent an equal eighth part of the coals etc but if nothing found within ten years these presents are null and void. Wit: Peter R. Decker. Pro: 23 Jun 1830. John Winfield


Uster County , New York Deeds.   19 June 1830.   FHL film#941878. 36:143.
Cornelius B. Van Aken & Benjamin B. Van Aken and Margaret his wife of Esopus TO Daniel Woolsey of Esopus for agreements hereinafter contained and $1.00 sells all the coals ores fossils minerals and rock containing mineral substances of whatsoever being under in or upon my land bounded on E by the north river S by Tunis W Lattin on W by Tunis Lattin & John Casparus & Frederick Winfield etc on on N by land of John Winfield etc 80 acres with right of digging, boring blasting mining, excavating, raising & carrying off said coal etc and right of egress and regress and of erecting such machinery and buildings thereon as may be necessary but for no other purpose to pay a reasonable annual rent an equal eighth part of the coals etc but if nothing found within ten years these presents are null and void. Wit: Ann Eliza Decker,k Peter K. Decker. Pro: 25 Jun 1830. Both signed


Uster County , New York Deeds.   29 Apr 1830.   FHL film#941878. 36:202.
Edward Young of Marlborough TO Richard S. Woosey of Plattekill for $157 land in Plattekill at NE corner of Richard S. Woolsey etc to a black oak stump etc lot once owned by John Duffield and him conveyed to the said Edward Young & Hannah Young wife of said Edward Young do release etc 15 acres. Wit: A. D. Soper Pro: 29 Apr 1830. Edward Young Hannah Young [examined]


Uster County , New York Deeds.   1 Jul 1830.    FHL film#941878. 36:300.
Daniel Woolsey & Elizabeth his wife of Esopus TO Charles Cleveland of Poughkeepsie in Dutchess Co, NY for $5.00 No. 1: deed dated 19 Jun 1830 signed by George Ter pening recorded in 36:139-140. No. 2: deed same date as above signed by Cornelius B. Van Aken & Benjamin B. Van Aken recorded in 36:143-5. No. 3: deed same date as above signed by Tunis W. Latting recorded in 36:138-9.
Wit: Isaac D. Bates, S. Cleverhand? Pro: 4 Sepo 1830. Daniel Woolsey Elisabeth Woolsey


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   31 Mar 1831.   FHL film#941878. 37:284:
Elijah Woolsey & Pamele his wife of Marlborough to Abraham Wooley [yes, Wooley] of same place $275 lot in Marlborough known by name of the Denton Lot begin at SW corner of William Wygant lately conveyed to him by Peter Barnhart in N by lands formerly owned by Thomas Wygant to Williamn Wygants line S to patent line W to Austin Meritt N to begin 37 acres. Wit: John J. Smith Pro: 18 Apr 1831 [ both signed]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   9 Jun 1831.   FHL film#941878. 37:393.
Daniel Woolsey of Esopus TO Barnum Whipple of same place that Daniel Woolsey of Esopus for agreements hereinafter contained and $25.00 sells all the coals ores fossils minerals and rock containing mineral substances of whatsoever being under in or upon my land bounded on E by the north river S by Cornelius B. Van Aken on W by John Winfield, Jr & Casparas Winfield etc on on N by land of John Delamater, William & George Terpenning 52 acres with right of digging, boring blasting mining, excavating, raising & carrying off said coal etc and right of egress and regress and of erecting such machinery and buildings thereon as may be necessary but for no other purpose to pay a reasonable annual rent an equal eighth part of the coals etc but if nothing found within ten years these presents are null and void. Wit: Peter M. Decker Pro: 9 Jun 1831. Daniel Woolsey


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   24 Mar 1831.    FHL film#941879. 38:126.
John D. Crook & Eleanor his wife of Marlborough TO Noah Woolsey of same place for $250 land in Marlborough bounded N by the farmer's turnpike road E by road leading from said turnpuike to Lattin town S & W by William Soper – 1 acre - Wit: William Soper, Jr. Pro: 24 Mar 1831. John D. & Eleanor X Crooks


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   14 Mar 1832.    FHLfilm#941879. 38:442.
Daniel Wolsey formerly of Esopus now of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY TO Barnum Whipple of city of Albany, Albany Co, NY $25 quit claim but reserving one twenty fourth part of a certain right conveyed to him by George Terpenning, John Winfield, Benjamin B. Van Aken, Cornelius B. Van Aken & Teunis W. Latting or their farms to dig and carry away all ores etc in town of Esopus adjoining the north river etc Wit: Peter N. Decker, John B. Decker Pro: 14 Mar 1832. Daniel Woolsey


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    1 Dec 1831.    FHL film#941879. 38:488.
Noah Woolsey of Marlborough TO Thomas Woolsey of same place $10 land in Marlborough N by farmers turnpike E by highway passing by William Sopers to Latting town S & W by William Soper – 1 acre – Wit: Richard I. Woolsey Pro: 26 Mar 1836. Noah Woolsey


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    5 Jun 1832.    FHL film#941879. 39:106.
Charles Dubois & Catharine his wife of Kingston, Ulster Co, NY TO John Woolsey of Esopus, Ulster Co, Ny for $50 land in Esopus bounded S & E by lands formerly of Caleb Barrel N by lands formerly of Cornelius D. Hasbrouck W by highway about 1 ½ acre
Wit: P. T. Gaasbeck Jr. Pro:5 Jun 1832. [both signed]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    21 Mar 1831.   FHL film#941879. 39:257.
Isaac Byington & Deborah his wife of WaWarsing, Ulster Co, NY TO Hezekiah Woolsey of same place for $350 land in Wawarsing in great lot 6 in the drowned land tract begin at bound of great lots 6 & 7 in subdivision of great lot 6 betweeen lot 2 & 3 at a heap of stones etc – 50 acres – Wit: B. R. Bevier, Benjamin Tyrrel. Pro: 21 Mar 1831. Isaac Byington, Deborah Byington [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   1 Mar 1831.   FHL film#941879. 39:259.
Isaac Byingtonn & Deborah his wife of Wawarsing TO Jeremiah Woolsey of same place $350 land in Wawarsing in great lot 6 in the drowned land tract E bounds of lot 7 at a hemlock tree marked IHW NE of the saw mill pond S to a stake & heap of stones N to a stake & stones etc. -50 acres – Wit: B. R. Bevier, Benjamin Tyrrel Pro: 21 Mar 1831. Isaac Byington, Deborah Byington [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   12 Oct 1832.   FHL film#941879. 39:556.
Elijah Woolsey & Permelia his wife of Somerhill, Cayuga Co, NY TO William D. Wygant of Marlborough for $230 a mountain lot in Marlborough begin at NE corner of a large stump cornering lands of heirs of Philip Caverly dec'd Henry Quick & Abram Tuthill then S to a heap of stones near a large hemlock tree then W by lands formerly owned by John Hait dec'd to a heap of stones corner of Stephen Clarks land N to a stae W to begin. 28 acres. Wit: Miles J. Fletcher, A. T. Holmes. Pro: 12 Oct 1832. Elijah & Permelia (exam) Woolsey


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   9 Dec 1832.   FHL film#941880. 40:14.
James Howe of Marbletown, Ulster Co, NY TO Daavid Woolsey of same place for $450 land in Marbletown begin at NW of the great southwestern turnpike road at S corner by Christopher Snyder N 47o 15" W 2 chains 46 lins to a stone set in the ground then N 14o 45" W 1 chain etc to public road leading from Marbletown to Green hills etc containing 8 acres Wit:Isaac Lefever. Pro: 26 Dec 1832. James Howe


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   31 Oct 1831.   FHL film#941880. 40:130.
James Mitchell of Montgomery, Orange Co, NY & Christina his wife TO Lucretia Woolsey, wife of Smith R. Woolsley of Shawangunk in Ulster Co, NY $340 land in town of Shawangunk being part of the real estate of Cornelius Ronk dec'd the same as was lately owned by Obadiah Terwilliger bounded at a stone set in the ground near the foot of a hill in the N bounds of Barbaries tract then S69o 10" E 4 chains to W side of public highway leading from Mitchells Mills to the New Hurley church then S 38o ?W 3 chains 33 links etc – 1 acre – Wit: James N. Mitchell of Shawangunk, B.B. Johnston , same place Pro: date of mortgage - Jas Mitchell, Christina X Mitchell [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   27 May 1830.   FHL film#941880. 40:510.
Benjamin Tyrrell & Phebe his wife of Wawarsing, Ulster Co, NY TO Hezekiah Woolsey & Jeremiah Woolsey of same place for $300 land in wawarsing in division of lot 3 in the sub division of great lot 6 in the drowned alnd tract begin on bounds of Benjamin Tyrell in SE corner in possession of Joseph P Tyrell etc to heap of stones on bounds of great lot 7 etc -50 acres – Wit: B. R. Bevier Pro 27 May 1830. Benjamin Tyrell, Phebe Tyrell [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.23 Apr 1833.   FHL film#941880. 41:5.
Abraham Pells & Phebe his wife of New Paltz TO Elijah Woolsey of New Windsor, Orange Co, NY $4000 farm on which said Pells now resides in town of New Paltz as lot 1 in subdivision of lot 5 partioned etc & bounded on N & NE by Peter Elting & on E & SE lot 2 allotted to Daniel Hasbrouck & o n W & SW by the Wall ill – 185 acres – exception etc 6 acres & 9/10 acre etc Wit: Benj. Van Wagenen New Paltz Pro:23 Apr 1833 Abraham Pells Phebe Pells [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   10 May 1833.   FHL film#941880. 41:234.
Nathaniel Woolsey & Rebecca his wife of Marlborough TO James Malcolm $14 quit claimed land in Marlborough which was occupied by Jeremiah Rhoads (now deceased) in his life time bounded N by said James Malcolm W by Ferdinand Griggs & Uriah Drake S by Uriah Drake and E by James Malcolm 20 acres Wit: A. D. Soper. Pro: 25 Jun 1833. Nathaniel Woolsey, Rebekah Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.     25 Jun 1833.   FHL film#941880. 41:414.
Richard I. Woolsey of Plattekill, Ulster, NY acting exor. whereas the will of Jehial Seymour late of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY, dec'd TO Peter Schriver of New Paltz whereas said Jehial Seymour directed his exors to sell his lands within the New Paltz patent etc. 61 acres. Wit: A. D. Soper Pro: 25 Jun 1833. Richard I Woolsey and Catherine Seymour widow of within named Jehial Seymour dec'd for $1 TO said Peter Schriver al her right etc to said land. 25 Jun 1833.


Ulster County , New York Deeds.     17 Oct 1833.   FHL film#941880. 41:636.
James Woolsey & Abigail his wife of New Burgh, Orange Co, NY TO Richard I. Woolsey of Marlborough for $1755 land in Marlborough which was devised by Noah Woolsey late of said town dec'd to the said James Woolsey beginning at a button wood tree on patent line of William Bond adj Richard I Woolsey S 5o W 10 chains 50 links to a white wood tree S 15o W 8 chains 70 links to a heap of stones by the fence then N 81o W 53 links etc then S 8o W 5 chains 90 links to the stone fence S 80o E along the fence 7 chains 85 links to corner of fence S 1o etc Wit: G. O Fowler. Pro: 7 Nov 1833. James Woolsey, Abigail X Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    26 Jul 1833.    FHL film#941881. 42:40.
Elijah Woolsey & Permelia his wife of Summerhill Cayuga Co, NY TO Arons F. Holmes of Albany, Albany Co, NY $350 land in Marlborough begin at a stone set in the ground on S side of a brook near the bridge then S 88o W 2 chains 63 links to another stone set in the ground in the meadow then S 6o 50" E 7 chains 13 links etc. 2 ½ acres Wit: A. Donnelly. Pro: 26 Jul 1833. Elijah Woolsey, Permelia Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    13 Feb 1833.   FHL film#941881. 42:227.
William Hutchings of Virgil, Courtland Co, NY & Sabra his wife TO Ann Woolsey [and her heirs] of New Paltz $250 land in village of Dashville falls known as lot 36 fronting on Butler street 49 ½ feet & 120 feet in depth being the same lot said William Hutchings has enclosed and erected his buildlings Wit: Isaac Le Fever Pro: 13 Feb 1833. William Hutchings, Sabra Hutchings [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    13 Jan 1835.   FHL film#941881.43:504.
Benjamin Dubois & Maria his wife of New Paltz TO Levi D. Woolsey for $3500 several pieces of land in Tivaalfekill in town of Kigston Ulster Co, NY on map by Edward Oniel et al 1832 Lots number 1, number 2, number 3 & part of lot number 4 containing in the whole 56 acres excepting & reserving a road from Levi D. Woolsey to possession of Washington Dubois & Christian Deyo etc Wit: -- Pro:13 Jan 1835 [both signed]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    13 Jan 1835.   FHLHL film#941881. 43:505.
Benjamin Dubois of Newpaltz & Maria his wife TO Levi D. Woolsey of Kingston for several lots in Kingston as on a map by Edward Oniel 1832 a division of lands of John Jeremiah Dubois dec'd among his heirs on map as Lots number One, Two, Three & part of lot number 4 in the whole 56 acres – Benjamin Dubois is trustee of Peter J. Dubois, Washington J. Dubois, Christian Deyo & Blandina his wife in right of Blandina his wife and Edward Dubois and Elizabeth Dubois minors by Jacob Dewitt their guardian – Reuben D. Dubois a minor and only son of Jeremiah Dubois dec'd show wa a son of John Jeremiah Dubois in right of his father by Daniel L Wells his guardian and Henry Wells and Edward L. Wells children of Daniel L. Wells & Rebecca his wife which said Rebecca was a daughter of John Jeremiah Dubois and departed this life before her father, in right of their said mother Rebecca dec'd by Daniel L. Wells their father & guardian etc Wit: Jno. T. Romeyn. Pro:14 Jan 1835. Peter J. Dubois, J. H. DeWitt, Dan L. Wells, Washington J. Dubois, Christian Deyo, Blandinah Deyo. [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    13 Nov 1834.   FHLHL film#941881. 43:506.
John Wolsey & his wife Mariah, Delilah Wolsey, Eliza Helen Wolsey & Rachel Wolsey of Esopus TO William A. Britton of city & county of New York for $1400 land in Esopus pieces of land conveyed by Charles Dubois & Andrew Louw of Kingston & Peter R. Decker of Esopus to parties of first part, the first of said pieces comprises the homested and buildings beginning at a heap of stones on W side of public highway leading from Kingston landing to New Burgh on NE corner of land in possession of Joshua & Cornelius Van Aken then N 83o 54" W 16 chains then N 10o E 5 chains 39 links to a White Oak marked then N 88o E 11 chains then along the lands of Jeremiah Van Keuren to public highway aforesaid to begin – 9 Ύ acres – etc – 6 ½ acres – etc huzzy hill lots – 13 acres – Wit: Peter R. Decker Pro: 13 Nov 1834. John Woolsey, Maria Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.        FHLHL film#941881. 43:508.
16 Jan 1835. Levi D. Woolsey & Margaret his wife of Kingston, Ulster Co, NY TO Benjamin Peters of same place for $800 land on E side of road from Village of Kingston to Twaalf kill, land NE corner of Levi D. Woolseys house N 41o 30" E 90 links at stake on SW side of stream leading to the fulling mill then along said Woolseys garden fence N 64o 30" E 3 chains 17 links to a stake on side hill S 25o 30" to S H. & R. Dewitt etc to S corner arch of the bridge at said road etc one acre Wit: Jno T. Romeyn. Pro: 17 Jan 1835. [both signed, examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    16 Jan 1835.   FHLHL film#941881. 43:661.
Levi D. Woolsey & Margaret his wife of Kingston TO Benjamin Peters of same place – [a duplicate of above deed]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    20 Apr 1835.   FHLHL film#941882. 44:339.
Levi D. Woolsey & Margaret his wife of Kingston, Ulster Co, NY TO John Neeley of same place for $3500 land at Twalfskill in town of Kingston, Ulster Co, NY map made by Edward O'neil et al commissionsers 1832 div of lands of John Jeremiah Du Bois dec'd among his heirs conveyed to Benjamin Dubois & Maria his wife & conveyed by them to Levi D. Woolsey lots 1, 2, 3, and part of lot 4 in the whole 56 acres with exemptions
Wit: Jno T Romeyns. Pro: 20 Apr 1835. Levi D. Woolsey, Margaret Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    21 Mar 1836.    FHL film#941883. 46:668
David W. Woolsey & Lucy his wife of Marlborough TO Jonas Mackey & Mary his wife of same place for $300 land in Marlborough on N by the Farmers Turnpike road, E by road leading from said turnpike to Lattingtown and on S & west by William Soper – one acre – Wit:Wm Soper Junr. Pro: 21 Mar 1836 [both signed]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    14 Jul 1836.    FHL film#941884. 47:59.
Hezekiah Woolsey & Hannah his wife & Jeremiah Woolsey & Caroline his wife of Wawarsing, Ulster Co, NY TO Joseph P. Tyrell of same place for $500 land in Wawarsing in division of lot 3 in subdiv of great lot 6 in the drowned land tract begin in bounds of land formery owned by Benjamin Tyrell etc in SE corner of Joseph P. Tyrell etc. – 50 acres – Wit: L. Hanford Pro: 14 Apr 1836. Hezekiah Woolsey, Hannah X Woolsey, Jeremiah Woolsey, Caroline Woolsey [both wives examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    6 Sep 1836.    FHL film#941884. 47:450.
Hezekiah Woolsey & Hannah his wife & Jeremiah Woolsey & Caroline his wife of Wawarsing, Ulster Co, NY TO Virgil Hixom of same place for $700 parcel in Wawarsing in great lot 6 in the drowned land tract begin E b ounds of great lot 7 at a hemlock tree marked J H W by the saw mill pond then S etc 100 acres Wit: L. Hanford. Pro:6 Sep 1836. Hezekiah Woolsey, Hannah X Woolsey, Jeremiah Woolsey, Caroline Woolsey [exam]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    15 Dec 1836.   FHL film#941884. 48:39.
Moses Woolsey & Abigail his wife of New Paltz TO Robert Woolsey of same place for $1 wood land in New Paltz begin at a heap of stones corner between lots 2 & 3 S etc. containing 4 acres Wit: Benjamin E. Ransom, Lewis Smith, R. H. Hine


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    4 Jan 1837.   FHL film#941884. 48:18.
Richard I. Woolsey & Phebe his wife of Plattkill, Ulster, NY TO Benjamin Forman of same place for $2000 land in Plattkill where Richard & Phebe now reside described in a deed executed by Joseph Rhoads & his wife to Joes Crawford 24 Sep 1808, begin at John Hallocks corner on S side of highway leading from Plattekill to Latin town then S 15o 28 " W 13 chains 33 links etc 30 acres also 15 acres also 14 acres Wit: Richard Garrison Pro: 4 Jan 1837. Richard I. Woolsey, Phebe Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    15 Dec 1836.   FHL film#941884. 48:37.
Moses Woolsey & Abigail his wife of New Paltz TO Robert Woolsey of same place $1000 land in New Paltz begin at a stone set in the ground in the range of a stonewall which stands on the line between New Paltz and Marlborough about a foot SE of a small poplar sapling marked on 3 sides then to middle of road that passes by the Presbyterian Meet House E (as the compass pointed in 1764) N to corner of school house lot of Distrit No. 2 etc. 43 acres – Wit: Benjamin E. Ransom, Lewis Smith, K. H. Hine. Pro: 2 Jan 1837. Moses Woolsey, Abigail X Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   3 Apr 1837.   FHL film#941884. 48:361.
Benjamin North of Kingston, Ulster Co, NY & Hannah his wife TO Clinton Woolsey of New Paltz $5002.50 land which on 12 Jan 1831 conveyed by Frederick Martin of Catskill, Greene to said Benjamin North tract in the Pine woods in Kingston on N side of the public highway leading from Kingston to Albany begin at a pine tree etc to W side of Beargat's Killetje down stream to Henry Jansen dec'd to a bridge to the road at the swinging gate leading from henry Jansen dec'd to publick highwy then S etc to begin 88 1/3 acres also 3 acres also 15 acres also 30 acres also 30 acres Wit: Edwrd ONeil. Pro: 3 Apr 1837. Benjamin & Hannah North [exam]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    20 Jun 1837.   FHL film#941885. 49:166.
Alexander LeFever & Robert Woosey of New Paltz Administrators of estate of John J Lefever dec'd TO David Elting of New Paltz bounds on a farm in possession of Alexander Woolsey many parcels etc one parcel for $1086 etc. Wit: Wells Lake Pro: 20 Jun 1837 Alex. Le Fever, Robert Woolsey


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    1 Dec 1836.   FHL film#941885. 49:396.
Moses Woolsey of New Paltz TO Clinton Woolsey of same place $1000 and in New Paltz begin at NE corner of a cleared field near junction of the road that runs S & past the residence of Jacob Dayton dec'd with the road that runs W across the mountains, etc 54 1/10 acre Wit: Wells Lake. Pro: 15 Sep 1837. Moses Woolsey.


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    1 Mar 1837.   FHL film#941885. 49:601.
William Woolsey & Elvira his wife of Auburn, Cayuga Co NY TO Josiah L. Dowe of Ulster County for $35 lot in village of Milton in the town of Marlborough of which Philip Woolsey died seized bounded E by pubic highway leading to Kingston N by lot formerly owned by Nathaniel Chittenden W by Absalom Barrett & S by Josiah L. Dowe – 1 acre – Wit: J. P. Hulburt. Pro: 1 Mar 1837. William Woolsey, Elvira Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    5 Dec 1837.   FHL film#941885. 49:672.
Clinton Woolsey of New Paltz? & Elizabeth his wife TO Abigail More Juior of New Paltz for $345.50 land in New Paltz and is the same whereon William more now resides begin at NW corner thereof S 6o 30" W 5 chains S 66o 45" E 2 chains 40 links along public road passing house where the said William More resides etc. – 1 acre – Wit: Edwd O'Neil. Pro: 5 Dec 1837 Clinton Woolsey, Elizabeth Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    27 Mar 1838.   FHL film#941885. 50:540.
Smith R. Woolsey & Lucretia his wife of Shawaugunk, Ulster Co, NY TO William Van Keuren of same place for $500 land in Shawangunk conveyed by John Mitchell & Christina his wife bounded SW by public road leading from Mitchell's Mills to the New Hurley Church S & W by Joseph Hasbrouck N by James Traphagen – 1 acre+ - whereon Smith R Woolsey now lives Wit: Benjamin B. Van Keuren Pro: 27 Mar 1838. Smith R. Woolsey, Lucretia Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   28 Jun 1837.   FHL film#941885. 50:668.
Alexander Lefever & Robert Woolsey of New Paltz administrators of estate of John J. Lefever late of same place dec'd TO Smith Ransom of New Paltz etc – many parcels of land to be sold etc


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   28 June 1837.   FHL film#941885. 50:680.
Alexander Lefever & Robert Woolsey of New Paltz administrators of estate of John J. Lefever late of same place dec'd TO Obadiah Downing of New Paltz etc – many parcels of land to be sold etc


Ulster County, New York DEEDS.   1838   
Lucretia & Smith B Woolsey to Wm Van Keusen 50:540


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   6 Feb 1838.   FHL film#941886. 51:239.
Alexander Lefever & Robert Woolsey of New Paltz administrators of estate of John J. Lefever late of same place dec'd TO Bradner Woolsey of same place etc. for $43 all the mountain wood lot about 10 acres situate 4 miles from Hudsons River bounded S by line of little lots in the New Paltz patent E by land late of Teunis Roses W by land late of Simson N by land formerly owned by Peleg Ransom, also one other wood lot known as the N ½ of lot 13 in subdivision of lot 10 in the second Tier of little Lots in the N Division of said patent bounded beginning in a swamp at SE corner of Lot 12 in said subdivision etc. 6 acres. Wit:R. H. Hine. Pro:6 Feb 1838. Alex. Le Fever, Robert Woolsey


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    4 Jan 1839.     FHL film#941886. 51:697.
Maria Woolsey of Village of Kingston, Ulster Co, NY hold a judgment against Ephraim M. Low of Kingston for $127.32 damages & costs on 8 Sep 1838 docketted in book of entries of Judgments in clerks office & Court of Common Pleas I do for the sum of $1 paid by William Shaw of Kingston & for divers good causes etc release all claim in the deed so to be by Ephraim M. Lowe & Electa his wife, to the said William Shaw etc.
Wit: Edwrd O'Neil. Pro:4 Jan 1839. Maria Woolsey


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    1 Apr 1839.   FHL film#941886. 52:393.
Daniel Rowley of Marlborough TO Remaus Woolsey of same place for $612 and in village of Milton in town of Marlborough beginning at NW corner of a lot of Jonathan Estrander N along highway 5 rods to lands formerly belonging to David Sands now in possession Robert Brown then E 16 rods then S along said land 5 rods to the lot of Jonathan Ostrander, then W along said lot 16 rods to begin ½ acres Wit: Wm Soper. Pro: 3 Apr 1839. Daniel Rowley


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    1 May 1839.   FHL film#941886. 52:683.
Josiah Lockwood & Maria his wife of Marlborough TO Charles A Woolsey of city & county of New York $2000 land in Marlborough begin at the SE corner of lot owned by Cornelius L. Lacost at a small plumb tree standing at the end of a stone wall on W side of highway leading from Milton to Newburgh then N etc to a stone set in the ground at the end of the stone wall etc to John Townsend Hallock to Anthony Mackey to the middle of said highway etc 2 and two tenth acres Wit: Wm. Soper Pro:8 May 1839. [both signed examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    10 Apr 1839.   FHL film#941886. 52:685.
George Hallock of Marlborough TO William Woolsey of city, county & state of New York for $15 a triangular piece of land in Marlborough being formed by the juncture of the river road leading from Milton to Newburgh with the road leading from the House of William Woolsey to the river & bounded on W by first mentioned road, SE by the last mentioned road & on N by land of George Hallock a lot now open to public use & contains 1/8 acre Wit:Wm Soper Pro: 24 Apr 1839. George Hallock.


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    1 May 1839   FHL film#941887. 53:283.
Richard I. Woolsey & Chloe his wife of Marlborough TO James R. Russell & Stephen Terbon of Pattekill for $200 land in part of lot XI sold by John L. Neilton? To Thomas Fowler in town of Plattekill begin at a high stone set in the ground adjoining Wiliam Mackey the NE corner N etc to heap of stones S etc along a stone fence to a heap of stones etc to N line of lot X etc to a S & S adj Lewis Rhoads then N etc 35 acres. Wit: Wm. Soper. Pro: 1 May 1839. Richard Woolsey Chloe Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    24 Sep 1839.   FHL film#941887. 53:451.
Dewald Morris & Anne his wife of Marbletown, Ulster Co, NY TO David Woolsey of same place for $60 lot known on a map of the division of the commons of Hurley by lot 144 west part Begin at a stake marked 143, 144 on E bounds of a swamp called Eltings Dam then; along lot 143 etc 2 acres. Wit: Jacob A. Snyder Pro:24 Sep 1839. Dewald Morris Ann Morris [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    20 Mar 1839.   FHL film#941887. 54:239.
Samuel Johnston, Cornelius Schoonmaker & Benjamin B. Van Keuren, commissioners appointed by Court of Common Pleas to make partition of certain lands pending between John J. Slauter, plaintiff, & Alexander Slootes & Jane his wife Defendants parties of first part and Smith R . Woolsey of Shawangunk, Ulster Co, NY party of 2nd part – parties of first part ordered to convey all that lot hereinafter described to party of 2nd part this Indenture in consideration of $141.81 to parties of first part paid by party of 2nd part lot where John Slauter late of Shawongunk dec'd died seized in town of Shawangunk Begin at a hickory tree standing in E bank of the Wallkill nearly opposite N end of an island lying in said kill S etc to S of a lot conveyed by John Frame & Sarah his wife in their lifetime to Jonathan D. Deyo then N etc to a hickory tree S of a small brook then S etc 25 acres Wit: Willett Lunderman Pro: 1 Apr 1839 [all signed]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    1 Apr 1836   FHL film#941888. 55:160.
Ezra Fitch & Margaret his wife, Levi D. Woolsey & Margaret his wife all of Kingston, Ulster Co, NY TO William E. Craft & Isaac F. Craft of city, county, and state of New York for the sum of _____ land in town of Wawarsing at village of Port Benjamin lot 6 begin at SW corner of lot 6 at the street or public highway then N etc to Willis Haviland then N etc to public highway etc to begin also several pieces of land, etc lot 4 at tow path on NW side of Hudson & Delaware canal near the lock # 27 etc containing 49 rods, also part of lot 22 in the great transport etc 4 acres Wit: E. O. Neil. Pro: 12 Apr 1836. Ezra Fitch, Margaret Fitch, Levi D. Woolsey, Margaret Woolsey [both examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    15 Dec 1836.   FHL film#941888. 56:292.
Moses Woolsey & Abigail his wife of New Paltz TO Bradnor Woolsey of same place, for $1200 land in New Paltz Begin at a stone set in the ground in the range of a stone wall on the bounds between New Paltz, Marlborough towns about 1 foot S of a small poplar Sapling marked on three sides then N etc. containing 43 acres. Wit: Benj E. Ransom, Lewis Smith, R. H. Hines. Pro: 2 Jan 1837. Moses Woolsey, Abigail X Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    10 Apr 1837.    FHL film#941888. 56:293.
Moses Woolsey & Abigail his wife of New Paltz TO Bradnor Woolsey of same place for $250 a lot as part of the mountain lot 12 at the scrub Oak Plains formerly conveyed by admors of Peleg Ransom, dec'd to John Hunt, begin at NE corner then N etc containing 8 acres Wit: Moses Woolsey Jr, Benjamin Roberts. Pro:2 Jan 1837. "the word "Clinton" in the 4th line crossed & the word "Bradner" etc. Moses Woolsey, Abigail X Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    10 Apr 1837.   FHL film#941888. 56:326.
Clinton Woolsey & Elizabeth his wife of New Paltz TO Moses Woolsey of same place for $350 land in New Paltz (being part of a lot formerly conveyed by Jacob Dayton to Jooseph Ransom) Begin at a heap of stones SW corner of Peleg Ransom lot (now Joseph Ransoms) then S etc to a heap of stones, corner of Moses Woolsey's wood lot then N to a heap of stones, corner of James Fisks wood lot then to a stake & heap of stones then S to begin. 9 acres Wit: Julia Woolsey, Benjamin W. Roberts. Pro: 10 Apr 1837. Clinton Woolsey, Elizabeth Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   1841 Nov 20   FHL film#941889,    57:570
Samuel Dusenberre & Eleanor his wife of Lima, Livingston Co, NY TO John Hait of Plattekill, Ulster Co, NY for $12000 all that farm whereof William Dusenberry died Seized in town of Plattekill & bounded in deed dated 19 Jan 1824 executed by Theodore Dusenberry & wife to Samuel, Effe and Nancy Dusenberry, Beginning at a stone set in ground about 9 chains from NW corner of said William Dusenberry on bounds of Andries Lefever, dec'd then N etc to Nathaniel Deyo then S to Stephen Nottingham then E etc to John Cole to pasture ground, etc to S & S W of the Pattekill Stream N etc to meadow E of the ridge etc to beginning, 231 acres with execeptions etc Wit: Richard Garrison.  Pro: 29 Nov 1841.  Samuel Dusinberre, Eleanor M. Dusinberre [ex] Whereas it was understood, at the execution of the deed hereto annexed that the undersigned should hold the burying ground as now enclosed situate on the premises conveyed in said deed in trust in the manner heinafter mentioned and such trust was by mistake omitted to be set forth in said deed which mistake I do hereby correct and I do hereby for said cause and for $1  do agree with Theodore Dusenberre, Samuel Dusinberre, Hannah the wife of Abraham Woolsey, Effy the wife of Nathaniel Barnes and Nancy the wife of Luther Pratt that I will stand seized of the said Burying Ground in trust for a burying place for them and their Lineal descendants and me and my lineal descendants and for my mother in law with liberty of ingress and egress for said purposes and for repairing the enclosure around the same and for visiting the graves Witness my hand and seal this 24 Dec 1841.  Wit: Thaddeus Hait, Junior
Pro: 1 Jan 1842 before Richard Garrison J.P. John Hait
(It is possible that the William Dusenberre mentioned above is the William who married Magdalena Woolsey d/o of William Woolsey and Dorcas Williamson.)


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   1 Apr 1841.   FHL film#941888. 56:370.
Loretta Woolsey of Marlborough, Relect of Henry Woolsey of Marlborough TO Epinetus K. Woolsey & Elijah S. Woolsey for $1100 land in Marlborough bounded on N by Richard Rhodes & Edward Greeen on W by Matthew T. Berrian on S by John Lawson & James J Chatterton and on E by Hudson River being the same lands & premises the said Henry Woolsey died seized containing 140 acres. Wit: Miles J. Fletcher. Pro: 2 Apr 1841. Loretta Woolsey


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    1 Apr 1841.   FHL film#941888. 56:544.
Moses Woolsey & Abigail his wife of New Paltz TO Smith Ransom of same place for $275 land in New Paltz being part of the lot conveyed by Jacob Dayton to Joseph Ransom and from Joseph Ransom to Clinton Woolsey and from Clinton Woolsey to Moses Woolsey. Begin at NW corner of Benjamin Ely Ransom Faress at a large flat stone in William Davis' fence S etc to heap of stones corner of Bradnor Woolsey's wood lot then N to a heap of stones corner of Job G. Elmore's wood lot etc to a stake and heap of stones then S to begin. 9 acres Wit:Reuben Deyo Pro: 24 Apr 1841. Moses Woolsey, Abigail X Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   4 Aug 1841.    FHL film#941889. 57:125.
David Selleck of New Paltz TO John H. Coe & David W. Woolsey of Marlborough whereas David Selleck is indebted to certain parties for certain considerations & $1 land in New Paltz where he now resides about 24 acres to be sold and to pay certain debts Wit: William L Jennings, R. H. Hine Pro: 4 Aug 1841 – David Selleck, D. W. Woolsey, John H. Coe.


Ulster County , New York Deeds.nbsp;  20 Nov 1841. nbsp;  FHL film#941889. 57:570.
Samuel Dusenberre & Eleanor his wife of Lima, Livingston Co, NY TO John Hait of Plattekill, Ulster Co, NY for $12000 all that farm whereof William Dusenberry died Seized in town of Plattekill & bounded in deed dated 19 Jan 1824 eecuted by Theodore Dusenberry & wife to Samuel, Effe and Nancy Dusenberry, Beginning at a stone set in ground about 9 chains from NW corner of said William Dusenberry on bounds of Andries Lefever, dec'd then N etc to Nathaniel Deyo then S to Stephen Nottingham then E etc to John Cole to pasture ground, etc to S & S W of the Pattekill Stream N etc to meadow E of the ridge etc to beginning, 231 acres with execeptions etc Wit: Richard Garrison. Pro: 29 Nov 1841. Samuel Dusinberre, Eleanor M. Dusinberre [ex] Whereas it was understood, at the execution of the deed hereto annexed that the undersigned should hold the burying ground as now enclosed situate on the premises conveyed in said deed in trust in the manner heinafter mentioned and such trust was by mistake omitted to be set forth in said deed which mistake I do hereby correct and I do hereby for said cause and for $1 do agree with Theodore Dusenberre, Samuel Dusinberre, Hannah the wife of Abraham Woolsey, Effy the wife of Nathaniel Barnes and Nancy the wife of Luther Pratt that I will stand seized of the said Burying Broung in trust for a burying place for them and their Lineal descendants and me and my lineal descendants and for my mother in law with liberty of ingress and egress for said purposes and for repairing the enclosure around the same and for visiting the graves Witness my hand and seal this 24 Dec 1841. Wit: Thaddeus Hait, Junior Pro: 1 Jan 1842 before Richard Garrison J.P. John Hait


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   1 Apr 1842.   FHL film#941889. 58:169.
Bradnor Woolsey & Mary his wife of Kingston, Ulster Co, NY TO Robert Woolsey of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY for $2300 land in New Paltz beginning at a stone set in the ground in the range of a stone wall on the bounds between the towns of New Paltz & Marlborough about one foot SE of a small poplar sapling marked on three sides N etc to the middle of the road which passes from the Presbyterian Meeting house easterly then S to SW corner over a stone bridge over a brook etc to a stake at the head of a ditch in the swamp then S etc 43 acres, also the mountain lot of 8 acres bounded N by Job G. Elmore & Smith Ransom, W by Ste[phen Lake, S by William Moore E by Benj E. Ransom etc Wit: Wm. Marten. Pro:15 Mar 1842. Bradner Woolsey, Mary Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   10 Jun 1842.   FHL film#941890. 59:43.
Charles A. Woolsey & Edna his wife of Jersey City in the state of New Jersey TO William Woolsey of same place for $2000 land in Malborough begin at SE of Cornelius S. Jacisty? At a small plum tree at end of a stone wall on W side of highway leading from Milton & New Burgh then N etc by lands of said Jacost to a stone in the ground at the end of the stone wall at SE corner of Michcut Jacest etc to John Townsend Hallock S etc to Anthony Mackey etc to middle of road, etc 2 acres Wit: A. D. Soper Pro: 13 Jun 1842. Chas A. Woolsey Edna Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    1 Apr 1842.     FHL film#941890. 59:93.
Samuel W. Woolsey of city & county of New York TO Samuel Warren & Cornelius Quimby of Marlborough for $737.50 land in Marlborough being a wood lot bounded S by Zephaniah Northrop, W by Nathaniel Harcourt, dec'd N by Widow Barnhardt & E by Thomas Wygant, dec'd 29 ½ acres
Wit: Miles J Fletcher Pro: 2 Apr 1842 Samuel W. Woolsey


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    20 May 1842.    FHL film#941890. 59:268.
Charles Hartshorn & Elisabeth his wife of Wawarsing in Ulster, NY TO Caroline Woolsey of the same place for $200 land in village of Ellensville the S part of a lot purchased by said Hartshorn of Matthew Hornbeck known at the time as the log house lot & begin at S corner of said lot as it is now fenced etc being the same lot as now occupied by said Caroline etc Wit: Pro: 23 May 1842. Charles Hartshorn, Elisabeth Hartshorn [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   11 Aug 1842.     FHL film#941890. 59:591.
William Woolsey & Lucinda his wife of Jersey City in state of New Jersey TO Hylen Ann Finn & Elizar Finn of Marlborough $2000 land in Marlborough beginning at SE corner of lot lately owned by Cornelius L Lucost at a small plum tree standing at the end of a stone wall on W side of highway leading from Milton to Marlborough village then N etc to end of stone wall to SE by Michael Lucost to John Townsend Hallock to Anthony Mackey etc containing 2 acres Wit: A. D. Soper Pro:18 Aug 1842. Wm Woolsey, Lucinda Woolsey exam


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    v   FHL film#941890. 60:1.
Elijah S. Woolsey & Eliza his wife of New Burgh, Orange Co, NY TO Epinetus K. Woolsey of Marlborough for $1380.97 land in Marlborough Beginning in the middle of the road leading from New Burgh to Kingston N or John Lawson etc to Edward Young to Matthew T. Berriam to Matthew T. Harcourts etc to John Lawson to begin 44 acres+ also 8 acres+ Wit:Miles T. Fletcher Pro:3 Apr 1843. [both signed, examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   31 Mar 1843.   FHL film#941890. 60:4.
Elijah S. Woolsey & Eliza his wife of New Burgh, Orange Co, NY and Epinetus K. Woolsey & Sarah Jane his wife of Marlborough TO Lewis Quick of Marlborough $972 land in Marlborough begin at W side of Hudson River in S line of James J. Chatterton N etc to middle of road from New Burgh to Kingston etc to begin containing 27 acres
Wit: Miles J Fletcher. Pro: 3 Apr 1843. Epenetus K. Woolsey Elijah S. Woolsey [both examined] Sarah Jane Woolsey Elizabeth Woolsey


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    31 Mar 1843.    FHL film#941890. 60:5.
Elijah S. Woolsey & Eliza his wife of New Burgh, Orange Co, NY and Epinetus K. Woolsey & Sarah Jane his wife of Marlborough $1347.33 land in Marlborough begin on W side of Hudson River in S line of Richard Rhodes N etc 44 acres+
Wit: Miles T. Fletcher Pro: 3 Apr 1843. Epinetus K. Woolsey Elijah S. Woolsey [both examined] Sarah Jane Woolsey Elizabeth Woolsey


Ulster County , New York Deeds.       FHL film#941890. 60:18.
7 Apr 1843.Matthew T. Beruean & Sarah his wife of Marlborough TO David W. Woolsey of same place for $1050 land in Marlborough on which said Matthew T. Berean now lives begin at the end of a stone wall the SER corner of said lot N etc 3 acres also another lot bounded N by Richard I Woolsey etc 5 acres Wit: John Young Pro: 11 Apr 1843 Matthew T. Berean, Sarah X Berean [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   17 May 1843.    FHL film#941890. 60:45.
Solomon E. Elting, late Sheriff of Ulster Co TO Clinton Woolsey of Kingston, Ulster Co, NY at a writ of fiery facias issued at the suit of William G. Gilbert, Plaintiff against William Mix & Uriah Saunders defendants to sell premises were struck off to William G Gilbert for $566.50 and whereas Clinton Woolsey Creditor did on 19 Nov 1842 redeem the premises Solomon E. Elting convey to Clinton Woolsey etc. various lots and acres being in the whole 114 acres+ [lots described] Wit: Abraham V. N. Elting, Edward Dubois Pro: 20 Apr 1843. Solomon E. Elting, late Sheriff of Ulster.


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    24 Apr 1843.   FHL film#941890. 60:137.
Elizabeth Woolsey of Marlborough TO John Woolsey of same place for $300 land in Marlborough lately owned by Richard Woolsey dec'd bounded W by the King's Highway leading from Milton to Marlborough & all other sides by Nathaniel Hallock 1 acre. Wit: James Fowler. Pro: 5 Apr 1843. Elizabeth X Woolsey


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   31 Mar 1843   FHL film#941890. 60:167.
.Elijah S. Woolsey & Eliza his wife of New Burgh, Orange Co, NY and Epinetus K. Woolsey & Sarah Jane his wife of Marlborough TO Jonas Newman of Marlborough for $919.02 land in Marlborough begin in middle of road leading from New Burgh to Kingston in S line of James J. Chatterton & John Lawsons then along middle of road N etc to Matthew J Harcourt then s to John Lawson to begin 20 acres+ Wit: Miles J. Fletcher Pro:3 Apr 1843. Elijah S. Woolsey, Elizabeth Woolsey, Epinetus K. Woolsey, Sarah Jane Woolsey [both examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   12 Dec 1833.   FHL film#941890. 60:483-4.
Benjamin Dubois of Kingston, Ulster Co, NY TO Levi D. Woolsey of Kingston for $3500 convey a deed for all those several lots at Twaalfskill in Kingston as on a map by Edward Oneil et al as court ordered to make a divisions among heirs of lands of John Jeremiah Dubois containing 56+ acres Wit: Benj Overbagh Pro: 9 Aug 1843. Benjamin Dubois, Levi D. Woolsey "I Elizabeth Dubois Widow of John Jeremiah Dubois dec'd as far as my right and use of part of the dwelling house of said deceased as his widow and release all claim thereto and consent that Levi D. Woolsey;; take possession according to said agreement. 12 Dec 1833. Elizabeth Dubois.


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   2 May 1842.    FHL film#941891. 61:243.
Hannah Haight, widow of Eburn Haight, dec'd, Phebe Haight, Caroline Woolsey, Daniel Haight, Albert A. Tyrrel & Hannah his wife, Elim Fuller & Ruth his wife of Wawarsing, Ulster Co, NY TO David Haight of same place for $1924 land in Wawarsing begin at a S&S on SE bounds of lands formery of Garret Newkirk N etc to highway W etc then S etc to land formerly owned by Conrad Buris dec'd etc to a small hemlock sapking standing against the steep Rocks of the Shawangunk Mountains 79 acres recently owned by Eburn Haight dec'd
Wit: Charles Hartshorn Pro: 3 May 1842. [all signed & examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   1 Mar 1837.   FHL film#941891. 61:274
John Woolsey & Mary his wife of town of Rounsby, Steuben Co, NY TO Josiah L. Dowe of same place $36 land in village of Milton in Marlborough of which Philip Woolsey died seized bounded E by public highway leading to Kingston, N by Nathaniel Chittenden W by Absolum Barrett & S by Josiah L. Dowe – 1 acre
Wit: Pro: 10 Mar 1837. John S. Woolsey, Mary X Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   16 Nov 1843.   FHL film#941891. 61:621.
John Woolsey of Marlborough TO Elizabeth Woolsey of the same place for $1 land in Marlborough bounded on NE & S by Nathaniel Hallock, W by the public highway leading from Milton to Marlborough village - 1 acre
Wit: D. W. Woolsey Pro: 25 Dec 1843. John Woolsey


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   11 Apr 1844.   FHL film#941891. 61:621.
Elizabeth Woolsey, Widow of Richard Woolsey late of Marlborough dec'd TO Nathaniel Hallock of Marlborough whereas the aforesaid Richard Woolsey by will bearing date 4 Mar 1827 did give said land to Elizabeth Woolsey on condition she pay unto Joshua Muburn Woolsey one half of the value thereof at her decease and whereas the said Joshua Muburn Woolsey has deceased & said Nathaniel Hallock has executed a bond with said Elizabeth Woolsey to pay the legal interest on the sum of $125 annually for her natural life etc whereas the said Nathaniel Hallock has paid $250 and released bond for the house and lot whereof Richard Woolsey late of Marlborough died seized etc
Wit: Wm Soper Charles L Lockwood Pro: 11 Apr 1844. Signed and examined Elizabeth X Woolsey


Ulster County , New York Deeds.   1 May 1844   FHL film#941891. 62:94.
.John Young & Phebe his wife of Marlborough TO David W. Woolsey of same place for $4000 land in Marlborough two several pieces of land lately purchased by said John Young of William Lyon bounded N by David W. Woolsey, W by Lating Caverly & heirs of John Wood dec'd , S by highway leading from Latingtown by house of Richards I. Woolsey & land of John Wood dec'd and E by David W. Woolsey, 75 acres Wit: Wm Soper Pro: 1 May 1844. John Young Phebe S. Young [examined]


Ulster County , New York Deeds.    28 Aug 1843.   FHL film#941891. 62:320.
Benjamin Brundage of Cato, Cayuga Co & Noah Woolsey & his wife Sophia of Marlborough & John R. Kimbark? & Eliza his wife & Anna Brundage & Cornelia Jane Brundage of Plattekill TO Andrew Brundidge of same place for $620 land in Plattekill begin at middle of the highway leading from Daniel A. Garrisons to Marlborough opposite the SE corner of Thadeous Baxters lands N etc to Denton Garrisons S to John Johnson land etc to John Martins etc Wit: John Lambert Pro: 28 Aug 1843. [all signed & examined, Sophia made her X]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   29 Mar 1845.     FHL film# 941892. 63:206.
John Kelsey of New Paltz and David W. Woolsey of Marlboro TO David Sellock of New Paltz whereas the said David Sellock did on 4 Aug 1841 convey unto said John Kelsey & David W. Woolsey all of his real and personal estate the real estate situate in New Paltz and now in the possession of said David Sellock containing about 24 acres for the purpose of paying the debts of the said David Sellock and the debts being paid out of the personal property of said David Sellock therefore for $1 paid to party of first part we therefore grant & sell unto the said David Sellock the whole of his premises etc. Wit: Wm Soper, J.P. Pro: 31 Mar 1845. Pro: 31 Mar 1845. John Kelsey, D. W. Woolsey.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   5 Apr 1845.    FHL film# 941892. 63:259.
Moses Woolsey & Abigail his wife of New Paltz TO David M. Hait of Marlborough for $2141.25 land in Marlborough in New Paltz whereon the said Moses Woolsey now resides begin at a stake in S line of Benjamin E. Ransom it being also the division line between lots 2 & 3 of first tier of lots from the river etc to S&S etc to W side of public road leading to New Paltz then S etc to large butternut tree then N etc to E side of a road leaving S from said public road to the Farmers Turnpike then N etc to center of public road then W etc to the Wixoms then W etc to the corner of a wall then S etc to Robert Woolsey etc to begin – 42+ acres – Wit: Julia Woolsey. Pro: 5 Apr 1845. Moses Woolsey, Abigail X Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   1 Apr 1845.    FHL film# 941892. 63:290.
Nathaniel Woolsey & Rebecca his wife of Marlborough TO David Sands & Josiah Lockwood of same place for $1500 land in Marlborough it being same land purchased of Absalom Barrett bounded on N by David Sands, E by said David Sands & Sands & Lockwood and a vacant lot belonging to heirs of Jonas Denton & Frederick Griggs, on S & W by public highway leading from the landing to Milton 11 acres excepting house & garden etc begin at a point in the stone wall along the W side of said vacant lot etc to a stone wall running N of the garden etc to a letter "L" marked on S side of a rock then W etc to S&S then S to center of road etc about 3 roods of land
Wit: James Fowler Pro: 1 Apr 1845. Nathaniel Woolsey, Rebeckah Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.    25 Mar 1845.   FHL film# 941892. 63:601.
Gilbert Kniffen & Deborah his wife of New Burgh, Orange Co, NY TO Remaus Woolsey of Marlborough for $300 land in Marlborough begin SE corner of the slaughter house erected & formerly owned by Robert Brown Then W along highway from Milton to Sands & Lockwoods Dock etc to a stone set in the ground then NE etc along said Brown to the lot of Eleanor Duffield then E adjoin lot of Eleanor Duffield & Luther Pratt etc then E to a gate post etc to begin about 1/3 acre Wit: Joseph Lockwood Pro: 11 Jun 1845. [both signed]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.    2 Sep 1845.   FHL film# 941892. 64:135.
Smith R. Woolsey & Christina his wife of Shawangunk, Ulster Co, NY TO William Terpenning of same place for $350 land in Shawangunk, Lot 3 of first allotment in division of estate of Abraham Terpenning late of Shawangunk dec'd among his children in the year 1813 which said lot was allotted to Christina Terpenning one of the daughters of Abram Terpenning dec'd & begins at a stone set in the ground in the N bounds of said real estate for the N corner of lot 4 then S etc to S bounds of said real estate then W etc to corner of Lot 2 then NE etc 6 acres connected N by William Terpenning E by Elias Freer & wife S by Zachariah Masten & W by John Terpenning etc. Wit: Hiloise Esterly. Pro: 2 Sep 1845. [both signed, examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   25 Jul 1845.    FHL film# 941893. 65:22.
John H. Deyo of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY TO Christina Woolsey, wife of Smith R. Woolsey of Shawangunk, Ulster Co, NY $1200 land purchased by Jonathan Deyo from John Frances & Sarah his wife 4 Apr 1806 described as follows All that small lot in Shawangunk on E side of Paltz river part of the land now in possession of said John Frances and Sarah his wife also part of land granted to Peter Matthews & Co. Begin on E side of said Paltz river at low water mark in division line formerly between Tjerck Van Keuron & said John Frances then S etc then E etc to Peter Matthews then S etc NE corner of John Constables lot then N etc to river etc. 35+ acres. Wit: Samuel Johnston. Pro: 25 Jul 1845. John H. Deyo.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   1 Apr 1846.    FHL film# 941893. 65:170.
Epenetus K. Woolsey & Jane his wife of Marlborough TO William Lyon of Marlborough for $2100 land in Marlborough Begin in middle of road leading from New Burgh to Kingston near N line of John Lawson then along middle of road N etc along Edward Young to Matthew T. Bevias etc to land of Matthew T. Harcourt, S etc on N on line of John Lawson etc to begin 50+ acres
Wit: Asa T. Wright. Pro: 1 Apr 1846. Epenetus K. Woolsey Sarah Jane Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.    1 Apr 1846.   FHL film# 941893. 65:176.
Epenetus K. Woolsey & Sarah Jane his wife of Marlborough TO William Anderson of same place for $500 land in Marlborough begin in middle of road leading from New Burgh to Kingston in S line of Edward Young then N & W etc to middle of road etc to begin containing 8 acres + Wit: Asa T. Wright. Pro: 1 Apr 1846. Epenetus K. Woolsey Sarah Jane Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   1 Sep 1835.    FHL film# 941893. 65:356.
Benjamin H. Rhoads & Harriet his wife of Marlborough TO Sally S. Woolsey of same place for $83 land in Marlborough begin at a S&S in NE corner of Benjamin H. Rhoads then N E etc to S&S on S side of highway leading from the post road to the river then S etc W to S&S then S W to a stone wall etc to top of a ledge of rocks then E etc to begin 1 ½ acre Wit: M. T. Fletcher. Pro: 28 Sep 1835. [both signed, examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   30 Dec 1845.     FHL film# 941893. 65:357.
Benjamin H. Rhoads & Harriet his wife of Marlborough TO Stephen Woolsey of same place for $85 land in Marlborough begin at an Elm Stump in NE corner of lands now owned by said Stephen Woolsey then S as the stone wall now runs etc then E to a hole in a rock then N along a stone wall etc to a road leading from the post road to the river then along center of said road etc to begin 1 + acre Wit: Hannah A. Rhoads. Pro: 30 Dec 1845. Benjamin H. Rhoads, Harriet Rhoads [examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.    28 Apr 1843.    FHL film# 941893. 65:359.
28 Apr 1843.Lemuel B. Cockefair & Sally S. His wife of Marlborough TO Stephen Woolsey of same place for $100 land in Marlborough begin at SW corner of lot conveyed by Benjamin Rhoads to Sally S. Woolsey on 1 Sep 1835 then N to include ½ the distance of the lot then E to John Rhoads the S to lands lately belonging to Charles Atherton then W to begin contains 1 / 2 of that lot
Wit: James Fowler Pro: 20 Dec 1845. Lemuel B. Cockefair, Sarah S. Cockefair [examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.    29 May 1847.    FHLfilm# 941894. 68:390.
Epenetus K. Woolsey of Marlborough TO Josiah Kipp of same place whereas William L. Mackey of same place duly mortgaged to William Lyon of same place by indenture 13 Jun 1837 land in Marlborough begin at a stake in the ground standing on E side of road from the foot of the farmers turnpike road to William Sopers Dock then N etc to lands late of Benjamin Sands then along to Jonas Denton to road then S to begin to contain one rood of land which mortgage was duly recorded 4 Mar 1843 and duly assigned by William Lyon to Epenetus K. Woolsey by indenture 30 Mar 1846 & duly recorded 24 Feb 1847 notice of sale etc Woolsey for $276 sells to Josiah Kipp said land
Wit: James Fowler J.P Pro: 5 May 1847. Epenetus K. Woolsey.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.    5 Jun 1847.   FHL film# 941894. 68:421.
Legrand Dodge one of the masters in Chancery, dwelling in Dutchess Co, NY TO Samuel W. Woolsey of city of New York at a court held at Goshen, Orange Co, NY on 13 Sep 1837 ordered in a certain cause between William Davies, Complainant and Alexander M. Mackey & Mary his wife & Abraham Eltings Defendants that the whole of the mortgaged premises set forth in the pleadings be sold at public auction after due publication etc All that certain lot in New Paltz near Lloyd, Ulster Co, NY part of the farm Alexander M. Mackey bought of Thomas B. Smith bounded begin at the road that leads from Kingston to New Burgh 107 feet S of the dwelling house on said farm then E to opposite the E end of the barn then N across the lane to wall on N side of lane then E to N. Sellecks orchard then S along fence to corner of Sellecks land then E along the wall as it stands to the brook then S along Wm Marshs' meado to Solomon Ferris land then across the brook along the ridge ofrock to corner offence between Josiah R. Elting & John W. Deyo then W etc etc W to begin about 15 acres. Wit: C. K. Corliss Pro: 5 Jun 1847. Le Grand Dodge, Master in Chancery.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   2 Mar 1848.    FHL film# 941895. 70:328
Clinton Woolsey & Eliza his wife of Marbletown, Ulster Co, NY TO Barnard W. Merritt of Lloyd, Ulster Co, NY for $1200 land in Lloyd begin at NE corner of a cleared field near junction of the road S & past the late residence of Jacob Dayton dec'd with the road which runs W across the mountains then along said last road N etc to heirs of Jacob Dayton, dec'd then S etc to begin 44 acres+ Wit: Ten Eyck De Witt J. P. Pro: 2 Mar 1848. Clinton Woolsey Eliza Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   28 Apr 1848.    FHL film# 941895. 70:230.
Samuel W. Woolsey & Hannah S. his wife of city and county of New York to Nathan Moore of Lloyd, Ulster Co, NY for $700 land in Lloyd begin at road that leads from Kingston to New Burgh 107 feet S from the parsonage dwelling of the first Presbyterian Church in Lloyd and E along wall to opposite the E end of the parsonage barn then N across the land to the wall on N side of lane then E along wall to an orchard recently owned by N. Sellock then S along the fence to corner of said Sellock then E along the wall as it stands to the brook then across the brook then S along William Marsh's meadow to Solomon ferris's land then across the brook and along the ridge of Rock to corner of fence between Josiah R. Elting & John W. Deyo and running from Solomon ferris's corner etc to begin about 15 acres Wit: Josiah C. Dubois. Pro: 28 Apr 1848. Saml W. Woolsey Hannah S. Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   11 Feb 1850.   FHL film# 941898. 75:90.
Clinton Woolsey & Eliza his wife of Marbletown, Ulster Co, NY TO William Masten of Kingston, Ulster Co, NY for $375 land in Kingston lot 29 on the Cloveclass begin at a stake marked 28.29.85.87 standing in the S bounds of the Binnewater Class then S etc to begin 30 acres excepting a free road not exceeding 12 feet in breadth to accommodate the inhabitants of Kingston to pass over
Wit: T. E. Dewitt Veeder Pos: 11 Feb 1850 Clinton Woolsey Eliza Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.    14 Feb 1850.   FHL film# 941898. 75:103.
George C. Woolsey of Marlborough TO Margaret Harris, wife of Lewis Harris of Plattekill, Ulster Co, NY for $1 quit claim land conveyed by Lewis Harris and wife to first party land in Plattekill being the NW part of the farm owned by Henry Scott now deceased and bounded begin at NE corner of the herein described premises then S 88o W 16 chains 80 links etc to Denton Garrison formerly of Daniel Garrison etc to a black oak stump etc to begin 27 acres as described in a deed from Frederick Baxton & wife to Lewis Harris 1 Apr 1837
Wit: Geo G. Reynolds Pro: 14 Feb 1850. George C. Woolsey


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   4 May 1848.     FHL film# 941898. 76:422.
Moses Woolsey of Lloyd, Ulster Co, NY TO Julia Woolsey & Delia Woolsey of same place, daughters of said Moses Woolsey for natural love and affection land in Lloyd begin at a stake at the NE corner of David M. Haits farm S etc E etc to a stake on E side of a brook then with center of brook S etc to an elm tree marked then S etc to an elm tree marked then S etc to a point in the center of the brook then S as brook runs to Rombury Daytons land then N etc to the W side of the road leading from said Daytons to Newpaltz Landing then N etc point in center of road N:W corner of lot 2 then S etc to begin 24 acres+ it being part of the land upon which the said Moses Woolsey now resides as lot 1. Also lot 4 etc 16 acres
Wit: Stephen Lake, Richard S. Woolsey. Pro: 4 May 1848. Moses Woolsey


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   16 Apr 1850.    FHL film# 941898. 76:658.
John Woolsey & Amelia P. his wife of Marlborough TO Nathaniel Hallock of same place for $1 quit claim land in Marlborough lately owned by Richard Woolsey now deceased bounded W by highway leading from Milton to Marlborough & on all other sides by lands of said Nathaniel Hallock
containing 1 acre Wit: Wm Soper. Pro: 17 Apr 1850. John Woolsey Amelia P. Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.    24 Apr 1847.    FHL film# 941899. 77:70.
Stephen Woolsey & Abigail his wife of Marlborough TO Eli S. Woolsey of same place for $1 land sold by Lemuel B. Cockfair & wife to said Stephen Woolsey being one half of a lot conveyed to Sally S. Woolsey by Benjamin Rhoads on 1 Sep 1835 in Marlborough begin at SW corner of said lot sold to Sally S. Woolsey then N to include one half of the distance of the same on the W then E to John Rhoads then S to land formerly belonging to Charles Atherton now owned by Benjamin Rhoads then W to begin
Wit: Geo G. Reynolds Pro: 19 Sep 1850. Stephen X Woolsey Abigail Woolsey


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   15 Mar 1848.    FHL film# 941899. 77:71.
Eli S. Woolsey & Susannah his wife of Marlborough TO William Gardner of City of New York for $400 land sold by Samuel B. Cockefair & wife to Stephen Woolsey being one half a lot conveyed to Sally S. Woolsey by Benjamin Rhoads on 1 Nov 1835 in Marlborough begin at SW corner of lot sold to Sally S. Woolsey then N to include one half of distance of the same on the W then E to land of John Rhoads then S to Benjamin Rhoads then W to begin one half an acre also one undivided fourth part of all that land W by Stephen Rhoads & Nathaniel Harcourt S by Benjamin Rhoads E by said Rhoads & James Gardner etc & N by public highway leading to the river about 4 acres being the right of the parties of the first part given them by Will of Stephen Woolsey dec'd subject to a mortgage tiven by said Stephen Woolsey to Jacob Handley for $200 which is assumed by William Gardner as part of the purchase price as above expressed. Wit: Asa T. Wright Pro: 23 Mar 1848. E. S. Woolsey, Susanna Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   21 Oct 1850.   FHL film# 941899. 77:357.
James Auchmoody & Blandina his wife of Rosendale, Ulster Co, NY TO David Woolsey of same place for $300 land in Marlborough part of a tract devised by Louis Bevier dec'd in his last Will to his seven daughters on a map by lot 6 & on E bounds of William W. Lattin N etc to stones on Maria N Sevier etc to S&S in W angle of lot 5 etc to S&S etc to a S&S in E angle of lot 7; etc to begin 22 acres
Wit: Jacob A. Snyder. Pro: 21 Oct 1850. James Auchmoody Blandena Auchwoody [examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.    9 Nov 1850.    FHL film# 941899. 77:369.
Peter K. Smith & Nelly his wife of Marbletown TO Clinton Woolsey of same place for $2900 land in Marbletown at a place called the Peak begin at a S&S in bounds of lot 1 of Marbletown commons belonging to John Lounsbery near E corner of same then S etc to a black oak tree and S etc to George Davis etc & John L. Roosa N etc to a woodlot of William P. Cole etc to John Everitt etc to wood lot of Benjamin Van Leuven N etc to begin 100 acres
Wit: Abm G. Hardenburgh Pro: 9 Nov 1850 Peter K. Smith Nelly X Smith [examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.     28 Jan 1851.   FHL film# 941899. 78:269.
Edgar Hasbrouck & Jane his wife of Marbletown, Ulster Co, NY to David Woolsey of Rosendale, Ulster Co, NY for $850 land in Marbletown lot 2 in a division of woodland between the heirs of Leues Bevin dec'd begin at a S&S to Peter Snyder etc along lot 3 etc to begin 22 acres Wit:Abrm G. Hardenbergh. Pro: 30 Jan 1851. Edgar Hasbrouck, Jane Hasbrouck [examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.    4 Apr 1851.    FHL film# 941899. 78:447.
Clinton Woolsey & Elizabeth his wife of Marbletown, Ulster Co, NY TO William Campbell & John J Campbell of Durham in Green Co, NY for $5400 farm with house and barn standing in Kingston begin on N side of a public road leading from Kingston to Albany at Bearegat Killitze etc to heirs of Egbert Jansen dec'd etc to a swing gate and lane then along said land S etc to aforesaid road to begin 107 acres also a lot on S side of said Albany road lot 50 in the pine bush class begin on NE corner of lot 51 & runs along lots 7 and 4 then N etc to said Albany road then S to begin 30 acres reserving a road not exceeding 12 feet in bredth for benefit of freeholders & inhabitants of Kingston to pass and repass same as are described in a deed made by Benjamin North and Hannah his wife on 3 Apr 1837 Wit: Edward Davison Pro4 Apr 1851 [both signed, examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.    31 Mar 1851.    FHL film# 941900. 79:474.
Henry G. Veeder & Helen his wife of Marbletown, Ulster Co, NY TO Clinton Woolsey of same place for $3500 land in Marbletown in the Neighborhood of Yough Kripplebush part of farm conveyed by Jacob Chambers & Henry G. Veeder and Ten Eyek Dewitt Veeder bounded begin at a stone set on the SW side of public highway called the Freer road & SE corner of farm of Jacob Van Deverik S etc to a stone wall etc to large elm tree then S to a white oak on top of Snake Hill then over the same etc E to Andrew Vandermark to Isaac Robison then N W to begin also lot of wood land in a div of Marbletown Lot 51 of first allotment etc to heirs of Cornelius Jack dec'd W etc 28 acres also lot 67 wood lot W side of public highway from Christiand; road to the NoyesFly or Peak etc 20 acres Wit: Abm G. Hardenburgh Pro: 31 Mar 1851. Henry G. Veeder, Helen Veeder [examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   4 May 1848.    FHL film# 941900. 80:405.
Moses Woolsey of Loyd, Ulster Co, NY TO Mary E. Duncomb daughter of said Moses Woolsey & wife of Du Bois Duncomb of same place for love and natural affection & her better maintenance land in Loyd, it being a part of the farm on which the said Moses Woolsey now resides as lot 2 etc. 8 acres. Wit: Richard S. Woolsey, Stephen Lake Pro: 4 May 1848. Moses Woolsey


Ulster County, New York Deeds.    4 May 1848.    FHL film# 941900. 80:407.
Moses Woolsey of Loyd, Ulster Co, NY TO Lucretia Hait daughter of the said Moses Woolsey and wife of David M. Hait of same place for natural love and affection and her better maintenance land in Loyd it being a part of the farm on which said Moses Woolsey now resides lot 3 etc 8 acres etc
Wit: Richard I Woolsey, Stephen Lake. Moses Woolsey


Ulster County, New York Deeds.    14 Sep 1839.   FHL film# 941901. 81:252.
Smith R. Woolsey & Christina his wife of Shawangunk, Ulster Co, NY TO David Terpenning of Plattekill, Ulster Co, NY for $40 land in Plattekill in a div of lands of Abrm Terpenning late of Shawanguank dec'd lot 1 of second allotment and was allotted to Christina Terpennings the present wife of said Smith R. Woolsey begin at a heap of stones for the NW corner of Lot 2 etc to southern bounds of said lands then N etc to a heap of stones for SW corner etc to begin 1 acre and 7/10 acre Wit: William L. Jennings. Pro: 14 Sep 1839. Smith R. Woolsey Christinah Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.   30 Mar 1852.    FHL film# 941901. 81:585.
Remaus Woolsey & Sarah his wife of city & county of New York TO Benjamin Roe of Marlborough for$350 land in Marlborough begin at SE corner of the slaughter erected road formerly owned by Robert Brown then W along the highway running from village of Milton to Sands & Lockwoods Dock etc to a stone set in the ground then E etc to Eleanor Duffield & Luther Pratt etc to a stone set in the ground then E etc about 1/3 of an acre
Wit: W. W. Scofield Pro: 30 Mar 1852. Remaus Woolsey Sarah Woolsey [examined]


Ulster County, New York Deeds.       FHL film# 941901. 81:722.
Henry H. Holden & Mary his wife, Nathaniel Dubois & Deborah Ann his wife & Eveline Hanford, all of the town of Marlborough and Hiram G. Bloomer & Eliza Ann his wife of city and county of New York & Keturah Woolsey of Syracuse, Onandaga Co, NY TO Eliza Fletcher of Marlborough for $3000 land in Marlborough bounded N by Joseph Lockwood & Gilbert Thorn W by Ebenezer Kniffen S by boundary line dividing the counties of Orange & Ulster E by Edward C. Hanford dec'd about 90 acres
Wit: Asa T. Wright Pro: 24 Mar 1848. [all signed and examined]


ULSTER COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS – CARP-CAV.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944742. EE:431. Jan 1753.
Henry Lane, of City of New York, merchant, and Rachel his wife TO Joseph Carpenter, Benjamin Stanton, John Caverly and John Latting all of Oyster Bay upon Long Island in the province of New York for 500 pounds all that certain lott or parcel of land and premises etc being part of a certain tract of land granted by his late majesty King George the first by letters patent etc bearing date 10 Feb in the first year of his reign unto Lewis Morris Esqr, Augustine Graham Esqr on behalf of Augustine Graham his son Simon Clark, Henry Witeman, William Bond Henry Rainex and Allexander Griggs (marked or numbered in a draft or chart thereof to a certain deed of partition bearing date the 1 May 1723 made between Lewis Morris Senr of the 1st part, Lewis Morris, Jr. admin. Of Augustine Graham in trust for the children of the said Augustine Graham dec'd of the 2nd part, Lewis Gomez of the 3rd part, Henry Wileman of the 4th part, William Bond of the 5th part, and Henry Rainix of the 6th part) annexed Number four with the name Rainex therein Inserted Beginning at the SE corner of a certain Lott number 3 Belonging to the said Henry Wileman at a certain black oak tree marked on all four sides with three notches and on the N side W. for Wileman and on the S side R for Rainex and runs in front of the said lot etc to the NW corner formerly of the said Allexander Griggs & Company and thence as their line runs S etc to a white oak marked with three notches on all four sides and on the N side R for Rainex and on the S G for Gomez and thence the dividing line runs W etc to a b lack oak at the foot of the mountain marked as in the front thence the said line continues to the rear W etc to the N N E line of the above mentioned patent at the mountain as aforesaid and then along the said N N E to the dividing line of the aforesaid Lott number three and the same Lott number four etc. – Henry Lane - Wit: S. Clowes, Jr., John Combs. & receipt for 500 pounds, same witnesses. 21 May 1755 before Daniel Horsemandon, Esqr. one of Justice of Supreme Court of Province of NY Samuel Clowes & John Combs both of the town of Jamaica on Long Island etc - recorded 4 Apr 1757.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944742. EE:434. 5 Dec 1753.
Euphemia Norris of Bois in County of Bucks in the Kingdom of Great Britain TO Joseph Carpenter, John Latting, John Caverly & Benjamin Stanton, formerly of Oyster bay in Queens county but now of Ulster county of the province of NY whereas the said Euphemia Norris by Letter of attorney dated 4 Mar 1741 did appoint Robert Hunter Morris her attorney etc for 600 pounds etc in their actual possession All that share lately belonging to Lewis Morris part of a tract of land on the West side of Hudsons River formerly granted to Captain John Evans by letters patent etc dated 10 Feb in the first year of the reign of our Late Sovereign Lord George the First etc [same names as above] being Lott # two on a chart etc being bounded on the N by lot# 1, S by lot# 3 both now or formerly belonging to Henry Wileman Esqr being the 2/7th parts etc on the E by the S line and on the W by the N N E line etc and by part of the lands granted to Captain John Evens containing 677 acres, etc – Euphemia Norris by Lewis Morris her attorney. Wit: Augt. Moore, Per Silvester. Receipt for ; etc. proved 6 Dec 1753. L. E. Holland. Receipt for ten shilling for better securing this indenture and quit claimed to them etc.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944743. FF:30 23 Feb 1759.
Samuel Kniffen of the presenie of the Highlands in Ulster County in NY government yamon, sendeth greeting – I for 122 pounds ten shillings paid by Joseph Carpenter of Ulster Co NY yamon etc land on W side of Hutsons river in a sarten patent with Lewis Mores & rest in compney begin at SW corner of Lott 5 & runs W along dividing line between Samuel Kniffen and Timothy Tredwels to the mountains to the N NE line of the patent then etc along the dividing line between Samuel Kniffen and Joseph Bloomer to a sarten part whare it froses the lione from the said Joseph Bloomer's to Thopmas Quick etc to Griges Patent etc to beginning containing 390 acres etc. Samuel Kniffin wit: William Haiaght, Joseph Mory - 29 Nov 1759 before ;Cadwallader Colden esqr one of his majesties council etc.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944744. HH:116. 31 Jul 1747.
Solomon Carpenter of Goshen, Orange Co, NY for sundry good causes & valuable considerations but more especially my singular Love, and affections which I bear to my Loving Son Anthony Carpenter of Goshen grant etc my whole claim in Newborough lying in Ulster Co, NY on W side of Hudsons River the lands Lot #3, a Ό part of #36 divided along the S sideye second Lott then all my Ό part of #45 being the 2nd lot from the W side etc – Solomon Carpenter. Wit: John Carpenter, John Yelverton. Proved: 13 Oct 1783 before Patrick Barber, judge.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944744. II:134. 17 Nov 1785.
Nathaniel Harcourt of New Marlborough, Ulster Co, NY farmer TO Peter Caverly of same place Ship carpenter for 157 pounds ten shillings etc parcel of land in New Marlborough on W side of Hudsons River beginning at a certain pine stump formerly marked and made (with stones about it) for the N corner of Richard Harcourt dec'd then N etc W etc to a S&S then S etc to a S&S near a red oak sapling marked with two notches ad a blaze on 2 sides then S etc E etc aline of marked trees etc to a Pitch pine sapling & stones about it standing in the bank on the W side of Hudsons River then N to beginning containing 31 ½ acres bounded on the E by Hudsons River, W by Nathaniel Harcourt, N by Solomon Townsend and S by John Harcourt etc - Nathaniel Harcourt - Wit: John Caverly, Benjamin Ely. Pro: 8 Dec 1785 before Dirck Wynkoop Esqr first judge of court of common pleas.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944744. II:202. 9 May 1785.
[in the 10th year of the Independence of America.] Benjamin Carpenter of the Precinct of New Marlborough in Ulster Co, NY youman and Jane his wife TO William Brundage of the township of Greenwich, Fairfield Co , Connecticut for 650 pounds in his actual possession by virtue of a bargain & sale to him made for one year etc that parcel of land part of a certain tract granted by letters patent to Luois Morris & others in the precinct of New Malborrough & is part of lot # 7 etc containing 292 acres – Benjamin Carpenter, Jane Carpenter Wit: Samuel Maritt, Gilbert Kniffin. Pro: 15 Apr 1781 before Dirck Wynkoop, judge.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944745. KK:160. 22 Aug 1788.
David McMinn of town of Newmarlborough, Ulster Co, NY TO Lattin Carpenter late of the City of NY but now of New Marlborough for 100 pounds land in his actual possession by virtue of 1 year indenture being in the town of New Marlborough (Morris Patent) and is part of the 1st Division Lott #1 begin at a S&S SE corner of John Mackey's land then N etc to a white oak etc to a walnut sapling to a dog tree etc to a black oak to beginning containing 58 & 4/10 acres with some allowance for highways etc – David McMin Wit: John Carpenter, Miles Watson. Pro: 28 Aug 1788 before Dirck Wynkoop.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944745. KK:113. 8 Apr 1788.
Cornelius Eltinge of twp of Henley, Ulster Co, NY, yeoman & Blandina his wife TO Solomon Waring of precinct of Newmarlborough, Ulster Co, NY for 700 pounds etc unto said Solomon Waring [in his actual possession now being by virtue of a Bargain and sale to him thereof made for one whole year by indenture bearing date the day next before the day of the date of these presents etc land in New Paltz known as Lot #7 in the Northern Division of the patent commonly called the New Paltz Patent] adjoining Hudsons river and runs W into the woods from the said river three English miles bounded on the S side by Lot #6 formerly belonging to the family of the Crispells and on the N side by Lot #8 formerly belonging to the Hasbrouck family containing 1000 acres etc – Cornelius Eltinge, Blandina Eltinge – Wit: Peter Elmendorf Jr, Solomon Eltinge + receipt – Pro: 8 May 1788 before Dirck Wynkoop Esqr first judge.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944745. KK:338. 13 Jul 1789.
Latting Carpenter of New Marlborough, Ulster Co, NY yeoman TO John Carpenter of same place Blacksmith, for 100 pounds [Morris Patent] land in New Marlborough begin at a S&S at SE corner of John Macky's land etc etc – 58 acres - Latting Carpenter - Wit: Pattk Southerland, William Caverly. Pro: 17 Jul 1789. Wynkoop.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944745. KK:340. 17 Jul 1789.
Latting Carpenter of New Marlborough for 14 pounds by John Carpenter sold one set of blacksmith tools etc Wit: Pattk Southerland, John Caverly, Junr. – Latting Carpenter - pro: 17 Jul 1789. Wynkoop.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944745. KK:364. 5 Jul 1789.
Peter Caverly of New Marlborough, Ulster Co, NY, ship carpenter TO John Wood of same place, ship carpenter for 16 pounds etc a tract in New Marlborough in SE corner of a tract of land which said Peter Caverly had of Nathaniel Harcourt beginning at a mulberry tree then N etc to a Rock Oak stump thence S etc to a maple saplin upon the bank of Hudsons River then S along the said river to a pine bush thence N etc to beginning containing one acre of land etc - Peter Caverly - Wit: Jacob Wood, Peter Caverly – receipt – Pro: 10 Sep 1790 before Dirck Wynkoop, Esqr. first Judge of Court of Common Pleas.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944749. LL:285. 28 Apr 1772.
Sarah Carpenter, widow and Relict of Joseph Carpenter of precinct of New Burgh, Ulster Co, NY yeoman dec'd, Benjamin Carpenter of New Marlborough Esqr & Jane his wife and Joseph Carpenter of the same place yeoman of the one part and Richard Carpenter and Right Carpenter of Marlborough yeoman of the other part for 125 pounds etc in their actual possession all those two certain pieces of land, being part of a lott l# 2 in the division of a tract of land in New Marlborough Precinct formerly granted by letters patent to Lewis Morris Esqr & others beginning at a stake & heap of stones in the N line of said Lot #2 being the NE corner of Benjamin Carpenters land thence runs along his line S etc to a stake & heap of stones then along said line E etc to a marked tree thence along John Caverly's line N etc to a stake and heap of stones standing in the road thence E etc to a stake and heap of stones near the said John Caverly's barn then N etc to a stake and heap of stones thence E etc thence S etc thence due N etc thence W to beginning containing 115 acres etc, the other of said pieces granted as above beginning at a stake and heap of stones in a line commonly called the Old division line and in the SE corner of a lot belonging to Benjamin Carpenter and the S etc thence W etc and ½ of said lots to Richard Carpenter and ½ to Right Carpenter etc Wit: Philip Caverly & Joseph Caverly. – Joseph Carpenter, Jane Carpenter, Benjamin Carpenter, Sarah Carpenter. – receipt - 12 Apr 1793 before Gilbert Livingston Master in Chancery etc.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944749. LL:316. 6 Dec 1788.
John Carpenter of Goshen, Orange Co, NY Distiller & Abigail his wife TO John Seybolt, senior of New Shawngunk, Ulster Co, NY yeoman for 110 pounds etc in his actual possession by virtue of a sale to him for one year etc land in said Shawngunk beginning at a heap of stones one stone marked DB No.12 being the most N of Oliver Owens lands then N etc E to a white oadk tree then N etc to a Popular Bush on 4 sides with letter I then N etc etc containing 110 acres etc. Wit: William Wickham, John Seybolt, Jr. – Jn Carpenter, Abigail Carpenter – pro: 9 Jun 1792 before Nathan Smith, etc.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944749. LL:358. 22 Mar 1775.
Nehemiah Carpenter with consent of Phebe his wife of New Burgh, Ulster Co, NY cordwainer TO William Coddington of same place Currier for 90 pounds etc a farm lying in Ulster Co, being part of Lott #8 and Lott #9 of a tract of land formerly granted to Alexander Baird beginning at a certain Plumb tree at a NE corner of a tract Nehemiah Carpenter sold to Benjamin Robinson then S etc etc to middle of a public road from Colden=home to the Landing at New Burgh and New Windsor then N etc to beginning containing 75 acres etc Wit: Moses Hunt, Andrew Sprague. – Nehemiah Carpenter, Phebe Carpenter Pro: 11 Aug 1783 before Patrick Barber, Esqr Judge.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944749. MM:432. 25 Apr 1775.
Latting Carpenter of New Marlborough, Ulster Co, NY To John Mackey of same place for 100 pounds etc land in his actual possession by virtue of a sale etc in precinct of New Marlborough part of the first division of the seven patentees begin at the N NE corner of the seven Patentees at a walnut tree marked then ;S etc to a stake and heap of tone the S & E etc to a stake & stones then S etc then N etc W etc to place of beginning containing 50 acres of land etc Wit: Bijah Perkins, Jerian Mackey – Latting Carpenter Pro: 16 Feb 1784 before Gilbert Livingston Esqr one of the Masters in Chancery etc.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944745. KK:512. 24 Sep 1788.
Ezra Wareing Sr of twp of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY TO Ezra Wareing Junr of same place for 150 pounds etc land in New Paltz lieing S of a lot of 100 acres belonging to Newman Wareing and N of a 50 acres lot of said Newman Wareing, W on land of Benj. J. Freer and E on Abraham Van dermarks containing 150 acres etc – Ezra Waring – Wit: Stephen Case, Andrew Cropsey. Pro: 3 Mar 1790 before Dirck Wynkoop Esqr first judge.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944750. OO:495. 8 Dec 1798.
Newman Waring of town of Washington, Berkshire Co, Mass TO Caleb Church of Newmarlborough, Ulster Co, NY for 250 pounds etc land in New Paltz begin at NW corner of Isaac Freer then S to Joseph Hasbrook along his line unto Ludlows patent the N unto Zachariah Hasbrook then W to begin containing 100 acres – Newman Warien – Wit: Peter Esterly, Levi Hall. Pro: 28 Dec 1798 before Abraham Bevier judge.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944750. OO:294 7 Mar 1798.
William Caverly of Marble, Ulster Co, NY & Sarah his wife TO Cornelius Lewis of Marlborough, for 350 pounds etc sell a piece of land being in township of Marlborough begin at a stone marked LDB standing on the Beech of Hudsons River then N etc W etc to a walnut tree etc then S etc E etc to said river then S down to begin containing 54 acres etc – William Caverly, Sarah Caverly – Wit: Latting Carpenter, Jonathan Woolsey Pro: 8 Mar 1798 before Jonathan Hasbrouck judge.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944750. OO:404. 6 Mar 1794.
Levy Quimby & Nelly Quimby his wife & James Quimby of twp of Marlborough, Ulster Co, NY TO William Caverly of same place for 450 pounds etc sell land in Marlborough beginning at Hudson's River near a chestnut oak tree marked on two sides with 3 notches and a blaze it being John Woolseys SE corner then along his line N etc to the NE corner of the land now in tenure of Zadok Quimby then S E along his line to land of Lewis Dubois formerly granted to Alexander Griggs and Co then along that line E to Hudsons River then N to beginning bounded N by lands of John Woolsey W by Zadok Quimby & S by Lewis Dubois and E by Hudsons River – Levi Quimby, Nelly X Quimby, James X Quimby. Wit: Benjamin Ely, Isac Quimby. Pro: 13 Mar 1797. Abrm Bevier.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944750. OO:405. 24 Jul 1798.
William Caverly & Sara his wife of town of Marbletown, Ulster Co, NY TO Cornelius Lewis of Marlborough for 326 pounds 2 shillings in his actual possession by virtue of a sale beginning on W side of Hudsons river at a chesnut three marked on two sides withthree Notches and a Blaze standing in SE corner of John Woolsey and then N etc to a heapo of stones then S & E etc to a walnut tree marked then S & E etc to Hudsons river thence up and along the said river to the place of beginning containing 54+ acres etc – William Caverly, Sarah Caverly – Wit: Thomas Beekman, Herman M. Hardenbergh. Pro: 24 Jul 1798 before Jonn Hasbrouck judge.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944751. 16:9. 2 May 1763.
Joseph Carpenter of Latting Town, Ulster Co, NY yeoman, John Caverly & Benjamin Carpenter of same place, carpenters, TO Latting Carpenter of Latting Town, Blacksmith whereas Lewis Morris lawfull attorney of Euphemia Norris on 5 Dec 1753 did sell unto Joseph Carpenter, John Latting, John Caverly & Benjamin Stanton lands granted by patent to Lewis Morris, Augustus Graham and others known as Lott #2 in the division made by the pattentees begin at the SE corner of Lot #1 at a Black Oak Tree marked on four sides with 3 notches and on N side with T.W. & on S side with M. then S etc to a black oak tree marked then W etc to a black oak tree at the foot of the mountains marked, then continuing the same course etc to N N E rear line or western boundaries of said patent then along rear line until it intersects a line running due W from the first mentioned black oak tree containing 677 acres and whereas the said Joseph Carpenter and John Caverly have accepted the said Benjamin Carpenter and Latting Carpenter as first purchasers with them of the above said Lot #2 by which said partition fell to the lott of Latting Carpenter the following piece of land beginning at a chesnut sapling standing near the foot of the mountain in the NE & W line of said lot and is the place where a former division line did begin then S etc to a stake & heap of stones being his SW corner then E etc to a stake and heap of stones then N parrellel to the first mentioned line etc to the N line of said Lot to a stake and heap of stones then W etc to beginning containing 114+ acres etc - Joseph Carpenter, John Caverly, Benjamin Carpenter – Wit: Richard Woolsey, Henry Hide. Pro: 13 Mar 1797 before Abraham Bevier one of judges of court of common pleas.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944751. 16:105. 9 Mar 1794.
Ezra Waring of twp of Washington, Berkshire Co, Mass To Newman Waring of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY for 200 pounds etc land in New Paltz begin at NW corner of Isaac Freer then S to Joseph Haasbrook then unto Ludlows patent then N to Zachariah Hasbrook then W to begin - Ezra Waring – Wit: Asel Newman, Elijah Newman Pro: 27 Apr 1795 before Dirck Wy;;nkoop Esqr judge.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944751. 16:333. 10 Jan 1794.
Newman Waring & Mary his wife of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY TO Nehemiah Runnals of same place for 600 pounds etc land in New Paltz near the Platekill being part of the lands granted by letters patten to Ann Mulner begin at NE corner of the patent granted to Hugo Freer and then S etc E etc then N etc W etc then N etc W etc to begin containing 200 acres of land - Newman Waring, Mary M (her mark) Waring Wit: Josiah Hasbrouck, Levi Van Wagenen Pro: 3 Mar 1794 before Nathaniel Dubois Esqr judge.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944751. 16:499. 6 Dec 1796.
Cattrentje Hardenbergh of Hurley, Ulster Co, NY TO Solomon Waring Junr of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY for1500 pounds etc land in New Marlborough being a lot of 550 acres formerly conveyed by Noah Eltinge unto Josias Eltinge father of said Cattrentje by indentured dated 28 Sep 1751 which land lies adjoining the New Paltz patent begin at an elm tree marked with 3 notches on 4 sides and X on S side standing in the S end of a small swamp etc containing 560 acres – Cattrijntje Hardenbergh – Wit: Solomon Waring, James Gillespie Pro: 31 Dec 1796 before Abraham B. Bancker one of masters of chancery.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944751. 16:565. 31 Mar 1803.
Garret Freer, Junr & Mary his wife, Peter Freer, Junr & Jacob Freer, Junr of town of Kingston TO Stephen Waring of same place for 11 pounds etc land in Wavandale in town of Kingston part of a tract known as the Wavendale patent begin at a stone etc on SE corner of said lot SE from the dwelling house of said Waring then N etc E etc to a stone on W side of the public highway then n etc W etc to a stone standing on the W side of a steep ridge of rocks then S etc W etc etc to begin containing 2+ acres - Gerrit Freer Junr, Mary Freer, Peter X Freer Junr, Jacob Freer Junr Wit: William Clark, Peter X Van Akins Junr Pro: 4 May 1803 before Abraham B. Bancker master.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944751. 16:157. 7 Jun 1798.
John Caverly Senor of town of Marlborough, Ulster Co, NY TO Nathaniel Caverly of same place for 80 pounds etc land in Marlborough being part of lands granted by letter patent to Lewis Morres, Agustes Graham & others part of Lot #4 in a division made by Benjamine Stanton, john latten, joseph Carpenter and John Caverly beginning at a certain chesnut sapling standing in S most line of said lot #4 then N etc to the N side of said lot then W along the line etc then S SW etc to beginning containing 25 Ύ acres etc . John Caverly, Marey Cavely – Wit: Philip Caverly, Moses Gregory. Pro: 22 Oct 1800 before Jonn Hasbrouck.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944751. 16:343. 7 Jun 1798.
John Caverly Sener of Marlborough, Ulster Co, NY TO Nathaniel Caverly of same place for 150 pounds etc part of lands granted to Lewes Morres Augusten Graham & others by letters patent being Lot #4 begin at SE corner of said lot then N etc to lands now occupied by Jonathan Brown then W etc to a stake & heap of stones then S etc to a stake a a heep of stones then E to beginning containing 75 acres etc – John Caverly, Marey Caverly – Wit: Philip Caverly, Moses Gregory. Pro: 9 Apr 1802 before Jonn Hasbrouck judge.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944751. 16:345. 9 Apr 1802.
Nathaniel Caverly and Lydia his wife of Marlborough, Ulster Co, NY to Allen Lester of same place for $1750 in his actual possession by virtue of a sale for one year land in Marlborough part of lands granted to Lewis Morris Augustus Graham & others by letters patent being part of Lot #4 in the division made by the patentees and also part of Lot #4 in a division made by Benjamin Stanton John Latten Joseph Carpenter & John Caverly beginning at a certain chestnut tree standing in the S most line of said lot then N etc to N side of said Lot then W etc then S SW etc then E etc to beginning containing 25 3/4 acres and also a parcel of ground beginning at the SE corner of Lot #4 then N to Jonathan Brown then W etc to stake and heap of stones then S etc then E to begin containing 75 acres etc - Nathaniel Caverly, Lydia X Caverly - Wit: Col Ed. Elmendorf, John Sudam. Pro: 9 Apr 1802 before Jonan Hasbrouck one of the judges of the court of common pleas.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944754. 23:412. 2 May 1811.
Thomas Woolsey & Rebecca his wife of Marlborough, Ulster Co, NY TO Benjamin Sands of same place for $4022 etc sold land in his actual possession land in Marlborough begin at the NE corner of Benjamin Sands on the main post road which leads from New burgh to Kingston then along the road N etc E etc then along said road N etc W etc then N etc then E etc to land of Deborah Smith then N etc W etc N etc E etc to Nathl Chittenden then N etc W etc then etc E etc to Anning Smith then n etc W etc to Nehemiah L. Smith then S etc W to Amos Dickison then S etc E etc to beginning supposed to contain 117 acres etc – Thomas Woolsey, Rebekah Woolsey – Wit Nathaniel Chittenden, William Woolsey – Prov: 24 Aug 1811 before David Staples and wife examined.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944754. 23:597. 10 May 1808.
William B. Woolsey & Hannah his wife of Marlborough, Ulster Co, NY TO Latting Caverly of same place for $3750 etc a parcel of land in his actual possession in Marlborough begin at the NE corner at a walnut stump in the the stone wall on E line of land of John Caverly then S etc E etc along land of John Caverly, Richard Carpenter and Philip Caverly to the road then along the road N etc E et then S etc & E etc then S etc E etc to John Woods land then etc E etc to a walnut tree marked on three sides then S etc E etc to a S&S at John Woods NE corner and John Haights line then N etc E etc to a S&S at John Haights NW corner N etc E etc to the corner of a wall then S etc E etc to a chesntu tree marked then N etc E etc to a S&S at John Haights NE corner at William Lyon line N etc W etc to a S&S at William Lyon NW corner and Wiliam Bonds South Patent line then N etc W etc to beginning containing 115 + acres etc William B. Woolsey, Hannah X Woolsey. Wit: Jacob Nothingham, Margaret Hasbrouck Pro: 5 Jul 1808 before Moses Cantine, Jr. judge etc. Hannah Woolsey examined.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944757. 27:451. 10 Oct 1825.
John M. Phail & Phebe his wife of Marlborough, Ulster Co, NY TO Carpenter Caverly of same place for $250 quit claim all right to lands of John Caverly late of Marlborough, died seized of etc John McPhail, Peabe McPhail – Wit: Peter H. Caverly, David Staples. Pro: 10 Oct 1825 before David Staples comm. & examined.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944757. 27:453. 10 Oct 1825.
Charles B. Wygant & Mary his wife of Marlborough, Ulster Co, NY TO Carpenter Caverly of same place for $250 quit claim all rights to lands that John Caverly late of Marlborough, dec'd died seized of etc – Charles B. Wygant, Mary Wigant - Wit: David Staples, Jr. Gilbert Caverly. Pro: 10 Oct 1825 before David Staples, comm.. Mary examined.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944758. 30:512. 28 Apr 1827.
Richard Carpenter of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY as Guardian of John T. Caverly, Sarepta Caverly and Cecilia Caverly, infant children & heirs at law of John Caverly of Marlborough, dec'd, and Carpenter Caverly and Gilbert Caverly of same place children of full age of John Caverly dec'd and Mercy Caverly of same place widow of said John Caverly dec'd parties of 1st part TO John S. Cosman of Newburgh, Orange Co, NY 2nd part whereas the said John Caverly dec'd in his life time and at the time of his death was seized in fee simple of the following five pieces of land in Marlborough – the first piece is bounded on E by heirs of Philip Caverly dec'd, N & W by Benjamin Harcourt and on S by highway leading from Latin town to the river containing about 3 ½ acres – the 2nd pice is bounded on the E by Philip Caverly dec'd S by Frederick Barnard W by Elijah Woolsey their heirs of John Hart dec'd & Isaac Flagler and N by highway leading from Lattintown to the river containing 84 acres of land – the 3rd piece is a mountain lot and bounded W by James Scott & David M. Hart on N by William Sineson on E by Isaac Hulse & Fowler Quimby and S by Daniel kniffin & John Kniffin containing 44 acres – the 4th piece is also a mountain lot bounded W by Jeremiah Barnhart N by John Wood E by Stephen S. Rand and S by Martinius Cole containing 12 acres - the 5th piece is also a mountain lot bounded S by Elijah Woolsey & Stephen S. Rand W by John Wood N by Richard Caverly, John Rhoads and Jacob Lawson and E by Jacob Lawson , John Rhoads and William Wygant containing 5 acres etc parties of 1st part did agree to sell the first two described pieces of land to the party of the 2nd part for $3500 at public auction etc - Richard Carpenter, Carpenter Caverly, Gilbert Caverly, Mercy Caverly – Wit: A. D. Soper. Pro: 1 May 1827 before Abraham D. Soper, commissioner.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944759. 31:127. 4 May 1827.
Lattine Caverly & Hannah his wife of Marlborough, Ulster Co, NY TO Ruth Drake of same place for $500 piece of land in Marlborough begin at the corner of a stone wall at the SE east corner of Charles Craft near the Crafts shop then E along public highway that leads from Lattin town to Hudson river to lands formerly belonging to John Hait then N to land of said Hait then W to wall of Charles Craft then S to beginning containing 2 ½ acres etc - Latting Caverly, Hannah X Caverly Wit: A. D. Soper. Pro: 4 May 1827 before A. D. Soper examined.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944759. 32:469. 1 Apr 1828.
Esther Caverly the first, Richard Caverly & Prudence his wife, Latting Caverly & Hannah his wife, Philip Caverly & Maria his wife, Peter H. Caverly & Elizabeth his wife, Jane Caverly and Esther Caverly the second, all of Marlborough, Ulster Co, NY & John I. Caverly & Sophiah his wife of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY of 1st part TO Ephraim Pardy of city & county of New York of 2nd part for $2760 etc all that certain parcel of land in Marlborough being part of lands granted to Lewis Morris Augustine Graham and others by letter patent and being part of Lot #2 in the division made by the patentees bounded begin at SE corner of the farm now belonging to Benjamin Harcourt it being the NE corner of lot #2 etc then S along said Benjamin Harcourt and John S. Cosman to said Cosmans SE corner etc then E by Nelly merritt etc then N to public road etc then W along middle of said road to Richard Caverlys SW corner then N to a crook in the stone fence near the Carrick then E to Latting Caverly then N to begin containing 72 ½ acres Wit: A. D. Soper. – Esther X Caverly, Richard Caverly, Prudence X Caverly, Latting Caverly, Hannah X Caverly, Philip Caverly, Maria Cavely, Peter H. Caverly, Elizabeth Caverly, Jane Caverly, Esther Caverly 2nd, John J. Caverly, Sophia X Caverly. Pro: 1 Apr 1828 before A. D. Soper - examined.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944760. 34:669. 1 May 1827.
Richard Carpenter of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY as guardian of John T. Caverly, Sarepta Caverly & Cecilia Caverly infant children and heirs of John Caverly of Marlborough deceased and Carpenter Caverly & Gilbert Caverly of same place children of full age & heirs of said John Caverly, dec'd and Mercy Caverly of same place widow of said John Daverly dec'd parties of 1st part TO Latting Caverly of Marlborough of 2nd part whereas the said John Caverly dec'd was seized of 5 pieces of land [then describes as above] for $73.87 ½ cents etc all the fourth and fifth pieces, the fourth piece contains about 12 acres and the fifth piece contains about 5 acres etc Wit: A. D. Soper - Richard Carpenter , Carpenter Caverly, Gilbert Caverly, Mercy Caverly pro: 2 May 1827 A. D. Soper.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944757. 28:587. 8 May 1826. Peter R. Decker & Elizabeth his wife of Esopus, Ulster Co, NY TO Teunis W. Lattin of same place for $2400 etc all that parcel of land in Esopus formerly belonging to Thomas Jones & Susannah Delancy also part of Lot #2 in the Third Division beginning at a certain monument on W bank of Hudsons River at N bounds of Lot #1 etc N & W etc to lands now belonging to Sylvester Teerpening etc then N & W etc then due W etc to a black stump on W side of a stone wall then N etc E etc along lands of Tjurck F. Teerpening to lands now in possession of Abraham Teerpening then S etc E etc to Benjamin B. Van Aken to Hudsons river then S to beginning containing 87 acres etc – Peter R. Decker, Elizabeth Decker. Wit: Edward Young, Jonathan Sluyter. Pro: 8 May 1826 before Jonathan Sluyter, Commissioner. Elizabeth Decker examined.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944758. 30:223. 5 Mar 1827.
Solomon E. Eltinge admin & Maria Lattin Admx of Jonathan A. Lattin of New Paltz, Ulster Co NY dec'd, TO Daniel Dubois of New Paltz, in pursurance of decrees of Surrogate of Ulster Co, at Kingston 23 Aug 1826 before Jonathan D. Ostrander petition that all persons concerned should appear etc it appears that Catharine Lattin, Leah Lattin, Josiah Lattin, Isaac Dubois Lattin, Joseph Lattin and Jonathan Angovine Lattin are infants heirs under 21 years & Solomon E. Eltinge of New Paltz agrees to be their guardian, also petition to sell Real Estate to pay debts etc 9 Oct 1826 & published & 13 Feb 1827 report of sale of land and buildings in village of New Paltz containing 7 acres subject to the widows dower sold to Daniel Dubois of New Paltz for $800 and another lot of land in New Paltz known as the W part of Lot #2 in a division of 12 large lots on the E side of the great meadow commonly called A. Crispell & is the E part of said lot containing 71 acres etc described in a sale to Nathaniel Lattin of Pleasant Valley, Dutchess Co, etc. – Solomon E. Eltinge, Maria Lattin - Wit: Jonn D. Ostrander, Daniel Dubois. Pro: 5 Mar 1827 before Jonathan D. Ostrander etc.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944758. 30:228. 5 Mar 1827.
Solomon E. Eltinge admin & Maria Lattin Admx of Jonathan A. Lattin of New Paltz, Ulster Co NY dec'd, TO Nathaniel Lattin of town of Pleasant Valley in Dutchess Co, NY in pursurance of decrees of Surrogate of Ulster Co, at Kingston 23 Aug 1826 before Jonathan D. Ostrander petition that all persons concerned should appear etc it appears that Catharine Lattin, Leah Lattin, Josiah Lattin, Isaac Dubois Lattin, Joseph Lattin and Jonathan Angovine Lattin are infants heirs under 21 years & Solomon E. Eltinge of New Paltz agrees to be their guardian, also petition to sell Real Estate to pay debts etc 9 Oct 1826 & published & 13 Feb 1827 report of sale of land and buildings in village of New Paltz containing 7 acres subject to the widows dower sold to Daniel Dubois of New Paltz for $800 and another lot of land in New Paltz known as the W part of Lot #2 in a division of 12 large lots on the E side of the great meadow commonly called A. Crispell & is the E part of said lot containing 71 acres etc described in a sale to Nathaniel Lattin of Pleasant Valley, Dutchess Co, etc. – Solomon E. Eltinge, Maria Lattin - Wit: Jonn D. Ostrander, Daniel Dubois. Pro: 5 Mar 1827 before Jonathan D. Ostrander etc.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944760. 33:112. 21 Aug 1802.
James Minard, Jr. & Phebe his wife of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY TO Jacob Lattin of Ulster Co, for $250 land in township of New Paltz beginning at a stone set up in the ground marked on E side I.R. & on W side ITP south of where Jacob Lattin formerly dwelt near a little run of water on the line between John Riker and Alexander Young then S across said Rikers land to the line between John Teerpening and a farm which formerly belonged to Asa Gillets to another stone set marked IR on E side & ITP on W side then W to a stone standing in the ground by a road which leads from Casper Van hoosers to David Auchmoody then N to a bridge & brook then N along said brook to Alexander Young then E between said Youngs & John Teerpenings which he formerly owned to beginning containing 26 acres etc - James Minard, Jr. & Phebe X Minard – Wit: Jno C. Jamsen, Jonn Hasbrouck pro: 21 Aug 1802 before Jonn Hasbrouck etc.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944760. 33:113. 25 Jun 1828.
Teunis W. Latting & Lydia his wife and William W. Latting of Ulter Co, TO Derica Latting of New Paltz for $200 all those two equal undivided ninth parts of all that parcel of land in New Paltz beginning at a stone set in the ground marked on E side IR and on W side ITP S of where Jacob Latting formerly dwelt near a little run of water on the line between John Rikers and Alexander Youngs etc etc (see above) containing 26 acres – Teunis W. Latting, Lydia Latting, William W. Latting. Wit: -- Pro: 25 Jun 1828 before Edward O'Niel, commissioner.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944760. 34:91. 26 Jan 1829.
John Latting & Elizabeth his wife of town of Manchester, Ontario Co, NY TO Lewis Van Norstrand & Elias G. Van Norstrand of Ulster Co for $90 all that one equal sixth undivided part of land in New Paltz part of Lot #2 in the second tier in the North division of said patent that on which Frederick F. Van norstrand now resides bounded beginning at a stake & stones on S side of the road then in NE corner of Peter Achmundy then along the road S etc E etc to a S&S in the swamp then S etc to another S&S in the swamp being on the N line Dlias Jans small lot then N etc W etc to a small heap of stones in the SE corner of aforesaid POeter Achmundy then N etc E etc to beginning containing 36 acres & 4/10 etc – John Latting, Elizabeth Latting - Wit: Jon Dubois Pro: 26 Jan 1829 before Jon Dubois one of the judges.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 941878. 36:138. 19 Jun 1830.
Teunis W. Lattin of Esopus, Ulster Co, NY TO Daniel Woolsey of same place for consideration of covenants and agreements & for $1 all the coals, ores fossils, minerals and rock containing mineral substances etc upon my land within the town of Esopus bounded E by the North river, S by John Smith, W by Sylvester Teerpening, Peter R. Decker & lands in possession of Tjerck F. Teerpening & on N by John Winfield, John Winfield Jr, Casparus Winfield, Frederick Winfield and Cornelius B. Van Aken containing 87 acres etd with right of digging boring, blasting, mining, excavating raising and carrying off all coal etc & right to erect such buildings etc for above purposes etc for a period of ten years etc Tuenis W. Latting - Wit: John E. Decker, Peter R. Decker – Pro: 21 Jun 1830 before Peter R. Decker, commissioner.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 941878. 36:139. 19 Jun 1830.
George Teerpening of Esopus, Ulster Co NY to Daniel Wolsey of same place, etc same as above George Teerpening – Wit: Daniel W. Carpenter, Peter R. Decker Pro: 19 Jun 1830 before Peter R. Decker comm.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 941878. 36:140. 19 Jun 1830.
John Winfield of Esopus, Uster Co, NY to Daniel Wolsey of same place, etc. same as above John Winfield – Wit: Peter R. Decker Pro: 19 Jun 1830 before Peter R. Decker etc.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 941878. 36:378. 11 Oct 1830.
Waring Latting & Charles Latting of town of Manchester, Ontario Co, NY appoint John Latting of same place our attorney our rights to estate of Jacob Latting late of the town of New Paltz, dec'd by his last will and testament – Waring Latting, Charles Latting - wit: Geo N Cuyler Pro: 11 Oct 1830 before Thomas P Baldwin judge


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 941878. 36:384. 2 Oct 1830.
John Latting of Manchester, Ontario Co, NY for him self and Waring Latting and Charles Latting of same place TO William W. Latting of New Paltz for $150 all that certain one third part of land in New Paltz beginning at a stone set in the ground marked on the E side IR and on W side ITP south of where Jacob Lattin formerly dwelt ner a little run of water on the line between John Riker & Alexander Young then S across said Rickers land to line between John Teerpening and a farm which formerly belonged to Asa Gillits to another set of stones set in the ground marked IR on E side and ITP on W side then W to another stone etc etc to beginning containing 26 acres etc - Wit: J. M. NewKirck – John Latting, Waring Latting, Charles Latting, by their attorney John Latting. Pro: 20 Oct 1830 before William W. Woodworth of Kingston etc.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 941878. 37:132. 30 Mar 1831.
Derica Lattin & Mary Lattin, Joseph Lattin & Elizabeth his wife & William W. Lattin of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY and James Lattin & his wife Ruth Ann of New York City TO Stephen Walters of Washington, Dutchess Co, NY for $985 etc all that certain land lately the frm of Jacob Lattin dec'd in New Paltz etc begin at a stone set in the ground marked on E side IR and on W side ITP near a run of water one a line of John Beaver and Laurance and then S to another stone set in the ground marked on the E side IR and on the W side ITP then W along John Beaver and Cornelius Relyea to a stone standing by the public highway leading from Elmores to David Achamoodies then N to a bridge and brook and then N to Laurance then E to beginning containing 30 acres etc – Derica Latting, Mary Latting, Joseph Latting, Elizabeth Latting, William W. Latting, James Latting, Ruth Ann Latting. Wit: Peter R. Decker, Tunis W. Latting. Pro: 30 Mar 1831 before Peter R. Decker, commissioner.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 941878. 37:153. 4 Apr 1831.
Abraham Woolley and Hannah his wife of Marlborough, Ulster Co, NY TO Michael Quimby of same place for $421 all those two piece of and in Marlborough being the undived share or rights of Hairt? Benedict, Rymphy Thet Iacpela? And Isaac Benedict in the estate of their father Matthew Benedict dec'd as devised to them by his last will and testament land bounded N by Lewis Quick & Zadok Rhoads W by public highway & lands formerly owned by heirs of William Lynsen dec'd S by lands formerly of said heirs and of peter Barnhart and Abraham Wolleys and E by lands of Abraham Wolley and Daniel Quick containing about 80 acres in all – the second is the woodlot bounded N by lands formerly of Thoma Mackey dec'd W by heirs of John Rhoads dec'd and William Mackey S by land of James York and E by lands formerly of John Hait dec'd containing in all about 20 acres etc -(signed) Abrm Wolley, Hannah Wolley – Wit: A. D. Soper Pro: 6 Apr 1831 before Abraham D. Soper, first judge and Hannah being examined.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 941878. 37:284. 31 Mar 1831.
Elijah Woolsey & Pamele his wife of Marlborough, Ulster Co, NY TO Abraham Wolley of same place for $275 a parcel of land in Marlborough known by the name of the Denton lot beginning at the SW corner of William Wygant lately conveyed to him by Peter Barnhart in the N of lands formerly owned by Thomas Wygant then N etc W etc to William Wygants then S etc W etc to the NE line of the patent etc then N etc along Christine Merritts line etc to beginning containing 37+ acres etc excepting always a lot of four acres on the W and conveyed by Samuel Waters to Charles Craft now in possession of Stephen Rand etc – Elijah Woolsey, Permelia Woolsey – Wit: John J. Keith pro: 18 Apr 1831 before Miles J. Fletcher, commissioner.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 941878. 37:329. 1 Apr 1831.
Teunis W. Latting & his wife Ledia of Esopus, Ulster Co, NY TO William W. Latting of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY for $3000 land in Esopus being land formerly belonging to Thomas Jones & Susannah Delancey and also part of Lot #2 in the 3rd division of said tract and beginning at a certain monument on the W bank of Hudsons river at the N bounds of Lot #1 in 3rd division then N etc W etc to Sylvester Teerpenning etc etc to Tjerck F. Teerpenning to John and Casparus Winfield then S etc to Cornelius B. Van Aken then to Hudsons river then S to beginning – containing 87 acres etc – Teunis W. Latting, Lydia Latting Wit: Maria VanOrstrand, Peter R. Decker Pro: 1 Apr 1831 before Peter R. Decker, commissioner etc


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 941878. 37:393. 9 Jun 1831.
Daniel Woolsey of Esopus, Ulster Co, NY TO Barnum Whipple of city & county of Albany, NY for considerations etc the one half of his right which half is one/twelfth part the coal ores etc etc on farms of William W. Latting, Cornelius B. Van Aken, John Windfield and George Teerpenning etc etc Daniel Woolsey – Wit: Peter R. Decker pro: 9 Jun 1831 before Peter R. Decker commissioner.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 941878. 37:626. 5 Nov 1821.
Henry Woolsey & Loretta his wife of Marlborough, Ulster Co, NY TO Stephen S. Rand of same place for $600 land in his actual possession in Marlborough & is part of Henry Woolsey's farm bounded beginning at the intersection of Edward Youngs land the W side of the highway which leads from Milton to New Bergh then S to the fence on the hill between the woods and a cler fieled then W to the rdock on the E side of the orchard then N on the rock to a chesnut tree marked then W to the turn of the fence then to Edward Youngs land then N near the corner then round the corner then E to beginning containing 15 acres bounded on E by highway, S by Henry Woolsey & on W & N by Edward Young etc – Henry Woolsey, Loretta Woolsey – Wit: Benjamin Harcourt, William McRoe Pro: 7 Nov 1821 before Benjn Harcourt commss.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 941883. 46:491. 22 Apr 1836.
William W. Deyo & Sarah his wife of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY TO William W. Lattin of same place for $1150 land in patent of New Paltz the farm whereon Elting Deyo now resides bounded begininning at a stone in the S W corner of said farm E bound of farm lately belonging to Samuel Hasbrouck now the property of said William W. Deyo then N etc E etc to peter Ean then S etc E et then N then E etc to a S&S on N side of and near a spring then S etc E etc to the middle of the public highway then S etc W etc etcetc containing 33 8/10 acres including the old brick yard lot etc - William W. Deyo, Sarah Deyo (examined) Wit: Benja Van Wagenen Pro: 22 Apr 1836 before Benja Van Wagonen comm.. recorded by Chas W. Chipp, clerk.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 941883. 46:561. 1 Apr 1836.
William W. Lattin & Jane his wife of town of Esopus, Ulster Co, NY TO Lewis Mosier of same place for $3100 land in Esopus being part of land formerly belonging to Thomas Jones & Susan Delancey being part of Lot #2 in 3rd division beginning at a certain monument on W bank of Hudsons river at N bounds of Lot #1 in 3rd division then N etc W etc to Sylvester Teerpenning to a tone set in the ground, standing on E side of a ridge then N etc W etc to another stone etc etc containing 87 acres etc William W Latting, Jane Latting – Wit: Abraham F. Wiest Pro: 5 Apr 1836 before Abraham T. Wiest, comm.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 941884. 48:524. 26 Apr 1837.
Frederick F. Van Nostrand & Elizabeth his wife of Conquest, Cayuga Co, & John Latting & Elizabeth his wife of Manchester, Ontario Co, NY 1st part TO John W. Church of New Paltz, Ulster Co 2nd part for $1000 do sell all their right to the undivided one half of those premises in which Elizabeth wife of said party of 2nd part (Note by www: This is confusing & not sure what it means, but one of the Elizabeths ?) has an estate for life lying in the town of Hurley and partly in the town of New Paltz consisting of three several lots – 1st lot etc near Lewis Van notrand etc containing 78 acres, except 1 acre conveyed by John Van nostrand to Hannah wife of Paul Villson – 2nd lot adjoining 1st lot on E, N by Benjamin Robertson W by public road leading from new York to Albany S b road leading to Tillsons Mills and the Wallkill containing 8 acres – 3rd lot in New Paltz N bounds of Jacob J. Freer's house lot etc then N & E etc etc containing 12 acres+ etc Frederick Van norstrand – Wit: sealed and delivered in the presence of. The words”and Elizabeth his wife” & new Paltz” etc wit: Howard Chippsas to Frederick Jn Van nostrand & John Latting. Signed: Frederick F. Vannorstrand, John Latting, Elizabeth Vannorstrand, Elizabeth Latting Pro: 26 Apr 1837 Howard Chipps Comm.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 941886. 51:239 6 Feb 1838.
Alexander Lefever & Robert Woolsey of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY admins of estate of John I LeFever late of same place dec'd TO Bradner Woolsey of New Paltz whereas Lucas Elmendorf Surrogate on 16 Feb 1837 order to sell Real Esate of said John I LeFever intestate dec'd land & house at New Paltz Landing now in possession of Henry R. Hammond, bounded N by the Mill Lot of Solomon ferris, on NE by Solomon & Eliza Gidney on SE by Ezekiel Elting and on S W by the New Paltz turnpike road subject to one year lease to Henry R. Hammond also six water lots along Hudsons river adjoining each other of 40' front and read & 318' deep each lying to the S side & adj Lydia marsh also a farm of about 140 acres etc now in possession of William Dennison, mostly improved with a new dwelling house and a new barn and some orchards about 1 Ό mile S of the New Paltz and Poughkeepsie Ferry along the river road leading from Kingston to Newburgh, bounded N by Griffin Carpenter E by Richard Dubois, S by Joseah merritt & of said Richard Dubois and W by the highway, also a frm in New Paltz now in possession of Jacob Low containing 116 acres on which there is a house and barn & 70 acres improved and 40 acres swamp about six miles from hudsons River and one Ό mile to the N of said turnpike bounded N by Levi Hasbrouck and a farm in possession of Alexander Woolsey and a wood lot of Elias Ean W by Jonathan J leFever S by Elias Schoonmaker and E by a lot commonly known as Crosiers lot in possession of Alexander Young , also the said Crosier Farm or lot in possession of Alexander Young aforesaid on which there are a house and barn and coopers shop about 37 ½ acres, all improved bounded N by Jacob Bush, E by John Rugar, S by a wood lot of Roeliff S. Elting, & W by Elias Auchmoody and a lot in possess of Jacob Law aforesaid, also a lot of about 70 acres mostly improved lately in occupation of John Rugar, on which there is a small house situate in town of New Paltz bounded N by Thomas Halstid W by Jacob Bush S by Roeliff S. Elting and E by the public highway, also a wood lot in Esopus on the S side of the rondout Creek about 30 acres bounded North by Auchmoody, E by Low, S by Schryver 7 W by Ackerman, also an unimproved Lot of about 36 acres in Wawarsing at a place called Greenfield bounded on SW by peter J Lefever on NW by Daniel LeFever on SE by Andrew J Lefever and Jowedson and NE by heirs of Samuel Crestel on the Public highway called the :Pain road, also a lot of about 6 ½ acres of unimproved land in New Paltz and several more – and about six acres of land was struck off and sold to Bradner Woolsey for $11, [Note by www which was probably Ό of the purchase price as down payement] and then deed issued upon payment of $43 additional etc , the highest bidder 11 Dec 1837 – Alex Lefever & Robert Woolsey admins. Lucas Elmendorf, Surrogate.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 941886. 51:461. 31 Oct 1838.
William Contant & Harriet his wife, John Latting & Elizabeth his wife, Teunis W. Latting & Lydia his wife, Richard M. Kimley & Mary his wife, Joseph Latting and Elizabeth his wife, James Latting & Ruth Ann his wife, Charles Latting and Jane his wife, William Latting & Jane his wife and Waring Latting and Sarah Ann his wife parties of 1st part TO Solomon W. Gidney of New Paltz 2nd part for $30 all that certain lot of woodland in New Paltz bounded on N by land of 2nd part, on W by Ockamoody Lake, E by land of William Waring, containing 38 acres, the same land which descended to Dericka Latting from her father Solomon Waring etc – Waring Latting - Wit: John W. Merritt city & county of New York:, Pro: 31 Oct 1838 Waring Latting came before Wm Minott Mitchell, commiss


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 941886. 51:695. 14 Dec 1848.
Ephraim M. Low & Electa his wife of Kingston, Ulster Co, NY TO William Shaw of same place for $500 land in Kingston on N side North Front Street in the village of Kingston bounded N by William Cockburn, Esqr dec'd, S by North Front Stree W by Washington Dubois lot and extending E to the middle of the alley & the tore occupied by POeter Tappen Jr dec'd being the same lot conveyed by John J Tappen of town of Olive and Loouisa his wife, Henry Tappen and Catharine his wife Sarah C. Tappand and Sarah Tappen, to Ephraim M Low dated 14 Aug 1838 51:297 on 8 Sep 1832 – Ephraim M. Low, Electa Low Wit: Edward O'Neil Pro: 4 Jan 1839 Edward O'Neil


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 941886. 51:697. 4 Jan 1839.
Whereas I Maria Woolsey of village of Kingston, Ulster Co, NY hold a judgment againt Ephraim M. Low of Kingston for $127.32 damages and costs which was on 8 Sep 1838 Docketted I Maria Woolsey for the sum of $1 paid by William Shaw of Kingston and for divers good causes etc quit all my interest in said Real Estate to said William Shaw but not to be considered in any court of law nor affecting the validity of my said judgment claims etc Maria Woolsey Wit: Edwd O'neil Pro 4 Jan 1839 before Edwd O'Neil.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 941887. 53:646. 6 May 1839.
William W. Latting & Jane his wife of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY TO Lawrence Wierts of same place for $40 lot in town and patent of New Paltz being part of the farm on which the grantors now live and reside bounded beginning at a stone in the S corner of the House lot of Philip J LeFever then N etc W etc to a stone near the public highway then S etc W etc to a stake in the E side of said highway then S etc E etc to a line then N etc E etc to beginning containing half an acre etc William W. Latting, Jane Latting Wit: Isaac LeFever Pro 30 May 1839 before Isaac LeFever commis & jane examined.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 941890. 59:566. 6 Feb 1841.
We, James Latting & his wife Ruth Ann of town of Marlborough, Ulster Co, NY and William Latting of New Paltz for $30 TO Solomon W. Gidney of New Paltz all our right to a wood lot in New Paltz bounded on N & S by land of Solomon W. Gidney on W by Auchmoody Lake & E by William Waring containing 38 acres the same land which descended to Dericka Latting, from her Father Solomon Warig etc James Latting, Ruth Ann Latting, William W. Latting, Jane Latting - Wit: Frederick S. > Snyder - Pro: 6 Feb 1841 before Frederick S. M. Snyder, commiss. & Jane wife of William W. Latting examined & Ruth Ann examined.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944745. KK:113. 8 Apr 1788.
Cornelius Eltinge of twp of Henley, Ulster Co, NY, yeoman & Blandina his wife TO Solomon Waring of precinct of Newmarlborough, Ulster Co, NY for 700 pounds etc unto said Solomon Waring [in his actual possession now being by virtue of a Bargain and sale to him thereof made for one whole year by indenture bearing date the day next before the day of the date of these presents etc land in New Paltz known as Lot #7 in the Northern Division of the patent commonly called the New Paltz Patent] adjoining Hudsons river and runs W into the woods from the said river three English miles bounded on the S side by Lot #6 formerly belonging to the family of the Crispells and on the N side by Lot #8 formerly belonging to the Hasbrouck family containing 1000 acres etc - Cornelius Eltinge, Blandina Eltinge - Wit: Peter Elmendorf Jr, Solomon Eltinge + receipt - Pro: 8 May 1788 before Dirck Wynkoop Esqr first judge.


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944745. KK:512. 24 Sep 1788.
Ezra Wareing Sr of twp of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY TO Ezra Wareing Junr of same place for 150 pounds etc land in New Paltz lieing S of a lot of 100 acres belonging to Newman Wareing and N of a 50 acres lot of said Newman Wareing, W on land of Benj. J. Freer and E on Abraham Van dermarks containing 150 acres etc - Ezra Waring - Wit: Stephen Case, Andrew Cropsey. Pro: 3 Mar 1790 before Dirck Wynkoop Esqr first judge


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944751. 16:105. 9 Mar 1794.
Ezra Waring of twp of Washington, Berkshire Co, Mass To Newman Waring of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY for 200 pounds etc land in New Paltz begin at NW corner of Isaac Freer then S to Joseph Haasbrook then unto Ludlows patent then N to Zachariah Hasbrook then W to begin - Ezra Waring - Wit: Asel Newman, Elijah Newman Pro: 27 Apr 1795 before Dirck Wy;;nkoop Esqr judge


. Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944751. 16:333. 10 Jan 1794.
Newman Waring & Mary his wife of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY TO Nehemiah Runnals of same place for 600 pounds etc land in New Paltz near the Platekill being part of the lands granted by letters patten to Ann Mulner begin at NE corner of the patent granted to Hugo Freer and then S etc E etc then N etc W etc then N etc W etc to begin containing 200 acres of land - Newman Waring, Mary M (her mark) Waring Wit: Josiah Hasbrouck, Levi Van Wagenen Pro: 3 Mar 1794 before Nathaniel Dubois Esqr judge


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944751. 16:499. 6 Dec 1796.
Cattrentje Hardenbergh of Hurley, Ulster Co, NY TO Solomon Waring Junr of New Paltz, Ulster Co, NY for1500 pounds etc land in New Marlborough being a lot of 550 acres formerly conveyed by Noah Eltinge unto Josias Eltinge father of said Cattrentje by indentured dated 28 Sep 1751 which land lies adjoining the New Paltz patent begin at an elm tree marked with 3 notches on 4 sides and X on S side standing in the S end of a small swamp etc containing 560 acres - Cattrijntje Hardenbergh - Wit: Solomon Waring, James Gillespie Pro: 31 Dec 1796 before Abraham B. Bancker one of masters of chancery


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944750. OO:495. 8 Dec 1798.
Newman Waring of town of Washington, Berkshire Co, Mass TO Caleb Church of Newmarlborough, Ulster Co, NY for 250 pounds etc land in New Paltz begin at NW corner of Isaac Freer then S to Joseph Hasbrook along his line unto Ludlows patent the N unto Zachariah Hasbrook then W to begin containing 100 acres - Newman Warien - Wit: Peter Esterly, Levi Hall. Pro: 28 Dec 1798 before Abraham Bevier judge


Ulster County, New York Deeds.        FHL# 944751. 16:565. 31 Mar 1803.
Garret Freer, Junr & Mary his wife, Peter Freer, Junr & Jacob Freer, Junr of town of Kingston TO Stephen Waring of same place for 11 pounds etc land in Wavandale in town of Kingston part of a tract known as the Wavendale patent begin at a stone etc on SE corner of said lot SE from the dwelling house of said Waring then N etc E etc to a stone on W side of the public highway then n etc W etc to a stone standing on the W side of a steep ridge of rocks then S etc W etc etc to begin containing 2+ acres - Gerrit Freer Junr, Mary Freer, Peter X Freer Junr, Jacob Freer Junr Wit: William Clark, Peter X Van Akins Junr Pro: 4 May 1803 before Abraham B. Bancker master.


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