No 20

This Indenture made the thirtieth Day of April in the Year of our
Lord One thousand Eight hundred and three, Between Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge
Esqrs Trustees of the parish of NewBurgh of the first part and William Seymour of the
Town of NewBurgh County of Orange and State of NewYork, Merchant of the second
part Witnesseth that the said Trustees of the parish of NewBurgh, for and in
Consideration of the sum of five Cents Currant Lawfull Money of the State of New
York together with the rents and Covenants herein after mentioned and reserved on the
part of the said William Seymour to be paid done and performed, have Granted, Demised, leased,
and to Farm letten, and by these presents do Grant, demise, lease and to farm Lett,
unto the said William Seymour, his Executors, Administrators, and Assigns, All that
certain Lott piece or parcel of Land, herein After described, situate, lying and being
in NewBurgh aforesaid in the County and State Aforesaid, being a part of a tract of five
hundred Acres of Land, by letters Patent, under the great Seal of the late Collony, now
State of NewYork bearing date on the Twenty Sixth day of March One thousand seven
hundred and fifty two, Granted to Alexd Colden and Richard Albertson, first Trustees
of the Parish of Newburgh, or to their Successors forever, for the benefitt and behoof
of a Minister of the Church of England, as by Law Established, to have the care of the
Souls of the Inhabitants of a certain tract of Two thousand One Hundred and Ninety
Acres of Land, situate in NewBurgh, and in said Letters Patent mentioned and of a
School Master to Instruct the Children of said Inhabitants of the aforesaid tract
of Land, and is known and distinguished, on a Map or chart of what is Calld
the Minister and School lott, in the parish of Newburgh, aforesaid of late in the
Possession of Joseph Hollet Deceasd and is butted and bounded as follows Viz / on the
North by John McAuly being a part of the same lott on the West by the
Lands of William semour on the south by the Lands of Elnathan Foster or a Street
that runs between said Foster and the lands within mentioned and on the
East by the Aforesaid John McAuly and the Street before Mentioned Exclusive
of a Street running through said Lands Westerly containing about one Acre
of Land be the same more or less to have and to hold the said Lott of Land and premises
herein before granted and demised, with the Apurtenances unto the said William
Seymour his Executors, Administrators and Assigns, from the day of the date of these
presents and during the full term of Nine hundred years, from thence next
Ensuing if the said Inhabitants of the said tract of Two thousand One hundred and
Ninety Acres of Land Above mentioned and in and by the said Letters Patent,
Also mentioned, and described shall so long continue destitute of a Minister of
the Church of England as by Law Established, to have the care of Souls of the Said

 

Inhabitants of the aforesaid tract of Land, as in the said Letters Patent recited, Yielding
and paying therefor yearly and every year, from and after the first day of May next
ensuing the date hereof, during the continuance of said term unto the said Trustees
of the parish of NewBurgh or to their Successors, a yearly rent of Sixty two and a half Cents
Currant Lawfull Money of the United States of America [per] Acre on the first day of May
in every year during the term hereby granted and demised aforesaid, Provided Always,
and it is the true inten and meaning of these presents, and of the parties hereunto, that if
the said yearly rent, or sum of Sixty two and a half Cents for each of said Acres, hereby
reserved or any part thereof, shall be behind and unpaid, for the space of thirty Days
next after the same shall become due and payable as aforesaid, that then and from
thenceforth, it shall and may be Lawfull to and for the said Trustees of the parrish of
NewBurgh or their Successors, into and upon the said hereby Granted and demised
premises and into and upon every and any part and parcel thereof with the Apurtenances
in the Name of the whole to reenter, and the same to have again Repossess and enjoy as
in their first and former Estates, and him the said William Seymour, his Executors,
Administrators, or Assigns and all and every other Occupyer or Occupyers of the said
hereby granted premises from thence Utterly Expell remove and put out, anything
in these presents contained to the contiray thereof in anywise Notwithstanding.
Provided Also, and it is hereby expressly declared and agreed, by and between the said
parties to these presents, that in case the said Trustees of the Parish of NewBurgh or their
Successors, with the Consent of the Major part of the Freeholders of the Aforesaid tract of
Two thousand One hundred and Ninety Acres of Land before mentioned, being resident
thereon shall before the expiration of the said Nine hundred Years from the date
hereof, call chuse and present a good sufficient Church of England Minister as by
Law Established to Eficiate on the Glebe, in said Letters Patent mentioned to have
the care of Souls of said Inhabitants of the Aforesaid tract of two thousand one hundred
and Ninety Acres of Land before mentioned, as in an by the said Letters Patent it
is provided and directed that then and in every such Case, the said term of Nine
hundred years herein before granted, and demised Aforesaid Shall from thenceforth
Cease, determine and be utterly Void to all intents and purposes, and the same premises
herein before granted, and demised aforesaid, shall and from thenceforth remain and be
to and for no other use, intent or purpose whatsoever anything herein contained
to the Contrary Notwithstanding, and the said William Seymour for himself, his Executors
Administrators and Assigns, do Covenant grant and agree, to and with
the said Trustees of the parish of NewBurgh or their Successors, that he, the said William
Seymour his Executors, Administrators and Assigns shall well and truly pay or
cause to be paid, unto the said trustees of the parish or to their Successors, the
Aforesaid yearly rent or sum of Sixty two and a half Cents [per] Acre, at the days

 

and times as in such Manner and form as is herein before limited for
the payment thereof According to the true Intent and meaning of these presents.
in Witness whereof the said William Seymour hath hereunto set his hand
and Seal, and to the Other part, remaining with the said William Seymour
the Said Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge have set their hands and Seals the
day and Year first Above Written.

Signed, Sealed and Delivered

William Seymour [seal]

in the presence of

Daniel Birdsall

Charles

Hollet

mark

 Surrendered [when] an other lease
New Lease given to D[ ] Seymour
 

This Indenture made the Ninth Day of May in the Year of our Lord
One thousand Eight Hundred and three, Between Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge
Trustees of the parish of NewBurgh in the County of Orange and State of NewYork
of the One part and John McAuly of the Same place Merchant Witnesseth
that the said Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge for and in consideration of the rents and
Covenants herein after mentioned, have Demised and to farm letten, unto the Said
John McAuly and to his Heirs and Assigns all th[ ] Certain Lotts of Land
hereinafter mentioned known & Distinguished in a Map or Chart of the
Glebe land of the parish of NewBurgh by Lotts No 5, 17, 30 and 42 which said Lotts
is bounded as follows to witt No 5 and 17 on the west by King Street on the south by Lotts
No 4 & 16 on the east by Second Street on the North by Lotts No 6 & 18 Lotts No 30 and 42
on the west by second Street on the south by Lotts by No 29 & 41 - on the East by Hasbroucks
Street and on the North by broad Street each of said Lotts as described Containing One Acre
of Land also Two rods wide in broad Street, the whole length of both Lotts No 30 & 42 with the
surplus Land To have and to hold the said Lotts of Land and premises above mentioned
unto the said John McAuly, and to his heirs and Assigns, from the day of the date of these
presents for and during the full end and term of Nine Hundred Years Yielding and paying
yearly and every year, during the Aforesaid term Seventy five Cents [per] Acre unto the
said Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge or their Successors the yearly rent of Seventy five Cents
Lawfull Money of the United States of America [per] Acre, on the first day of May
yearly and every year during the said term hereby granted Provided Always,
that if it should happen that the yearly rent, or any part thereof be behind or unpaid,
for the Space of thirty days after it shall become due as aforesaid that then and at all
times thereafter, it shall and may be Lawfull, for them the said Hugh Walsh and  

 

Levi Dodge or their Successors, into and upon the said hereby granted Premises and into
and upon every part and any part thereof, with the Appurtenances in the Name of
the whole, to re-enter and the same to have again rePossess and enjoy as in their first Estate,
and former Estate and him the said John McAuley his Executors, Administrators or
Assigns and all and every other Occupyer or Occupyers of the said hereby granted Premises
from thence utterly expell, remove and put Out, anything in these presents contained
to the contrary thereof in any wise Notwithstanding and the said John McAuly for hims=
=elf his Heirs and Assigns doth covenant and grant to and with the said Hugh Walsh and
Levi Dodge and their Successors, that he the said John McAuly shall and will well and
truly pay or cause to be paid unto the said Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge the yearly rent
of Seventy five Cents [per] Acre in the Aforementioned and described premises at the days and
times herein before limited, to be paid without fraud or delay, according to the true intent
and meaning thereof In Witness whereof the said John McAuly hath hereunto set his
hand and Seal, and to the Other part, remaining with the said John McAuly the said
Hugh Walsh and Levi Dodge have set their hands and Seals the day and year first
above written.  Sealed and Delivered

in the presence of

John McAulay [seal]

Dan Birdsall

Eliza Birdsall

 

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Agreeable to advertisement the Inhabitants Residing on
the German pattent met at the house of Edward Howel Inkeeper
in the Village of Newburgh on Said pattent and in conformity to an act
of the Legislature of the State of Newyork Entitled an act to alter and
amend the Charter of the Glebe land in the German Pattent passed April
6th 1803 for the purpose of Chosing three persons to Officiate as trustees
of the said Glebe for the Ensuing Year. Also for the purpose of Chosing
three Other persons to whom the trustees of the parish of Newburgh who
have been and are now so Called shall Account
The following persons were unanimously Chosen by a Majority of Votes

 Newburgh May 10 1803

Daniel Smith
Wm H Smith &
John Harris

Trustees

William Semour
John Anderson
George Monel

Committee
to Settle with
Trustees

James Moore
John Dubois

Clerks

Abel Belknap
Daniel Birdsall

Presiding
Justices

  

Agreeable to Advertisement the Inhabitants Residing
on the German Pattent met at the house of Thomas Gardner Inkeeper
in the Village of Newburgh on Said Pattent and in conformity
to an Act of the Legislature of the State of Newyork entitled an act
to Alter and amend the Charter of the Glebe Land in the German
Pattent passed April 6th 1803 for the purpose of Chosing three
persons to Officiate as trustees of the Said Glebe for the Ensuing Year.
Also for the purpose of Choosing three persons to whom the trustees
for the Year shall Account

 The following persons where Chosen by a Majority of
Votes

 Newburgh May 8
1804

John D Lawson
Isaac Belknap Jr &
Selah Reeve

Trustees

 Alexander Falls
John Anderson &
Jonathan Hedges

Committee to
Settle accounts

Wm H Smith
John Harris

Presiding
Trustees

 We the Subscribers Committee to Settle the accounts
Do Certify that we find all rents due on the Glebe Land
from May first 1803 untill the present Date Except twelve
Shillings and Sixpence which being paid by the
former trustees unto the present trustees and Likewise
find by a Certificate of the former Committee the sum
of Seven pound fourteen Shillings and Sixpence in
the hands of Hugh Welsh

 Newburgh June 13th 1804

Alexander Falls
Jonathan Hedges

 

At a meeting of the Inhabitants of the German Patent agreeable to Advertisement
on Saturday the 2d Day of June 1804 at the House of Edward Howell inkeeper in the Village of New=
=burgh on Said Patent for the purpose of Choosing Nine Trustees to take in Charge the School in the Accademy
in Said Village for the Ensuing Year

The following persons were duely Choosen Viz

 

James Bates
James Coulter
Anthony Davis
William Ross
William W. Sackett
Richard Hudson
Daniel Birdsale
Charles Clinton
Edward Howell

Trustees
for
the Accademy

Charles Clinton
Charles Baker

Isaac Belknap
John D Lawson
Selah Reeve

Clerks

 

Presiding Officers 

Whereas the West bounds of the Glebe Lands in the German patent Situate Laying
and being in the Town of Newburgh County of Orange and State of New York
has not been Accurately Ascertained and Established by and between the Trustees
of said Glebe and the Owners of the Land adjoining on the west part thereof
- And in Order to Establish the Same a carefull survey has been made
of the Same by Charles Clinton on the Twenty fourth day of September Instant
in the presence of Isaac Belknap Junr Selah Reeve and John D Lawson
Trustees of said Glebe and William W. Sacket and Eliazer Gidney owner of
the Land on the west of Said Glebe and all of the town of Newburgh
It is hereby Mutually agreed by and between the Said Isaac
Belknap Selah Reeve and John D LawsonTrustees of Said Glebe for them
Selves and there Successors in Office of the one part and William W. Sackett
and Eliazer Gidney for themeselves and there Heirs Executors administrators

And Assigns of the Other Part = That the Bounds of the West part of the Glebe Land
Shall Run parrallell to Hudson River agreeable to a Traverse taken thereof by the
Said Charles Clinton (the bounds of Which is as is hereafter Mentioned) and Shall
Commence and Begin at an Oak Sapling Marked on four Sides with three
Notches and a Blaze and Stone Set in the Ground Marked No 1 which said
Sapling grows from a Stump which is presumed to have been the South west
Corner of Said Glebe - on the west Side of a Rocky Nole and one Chain and
thirty three links from the West Side of Hugh Harris Old House and is Distant
from Hudson River One Hundred and One Chains and Eighty links on a
Course of North Eighty Degrees and forty Minutes west - Thence North four Degrees
and fifteen minutes East fifteen Chains and fifty links along Some marked trees
to a Stone Set in the Ground Marked No 2. Thence North Two Degrees and thirty
Minutes West Eight Chains and Eighty links to a Stone Set in the Ground
Marked No 3. Thence North two Degrees Eas Nine Chains and Twenty five
Links to a Stone Set in the ground marked No 4. thence North Two Degrees
and thirty Minutes West Eight Chains to a Stone Set in the ground Marked No 5
thence North Seventeen Degrees and thirty Minutes West Eight Chains and fifty
Links to a Stone Set in the Ground Marked No 6. thence North fourteen Degrees
and thirty Minutes East five Chains and Thirty links to a Stone Set in ground
Marked No 7. thence North Three degrees and and thirty Mintites West three Chains
and Seventeen links to a stone Set in ground Marked No 8 which is held
as the South west Corner of a lot of Land owned by William Seymour the
above Courses Runs as the Needle Now points - And an allowance on the
Courses from Stone No 1 to No 8 so as to Reduce them to a levell with the
Margin of the River - in order to find the depth of the patent west
we began at the South west Corner of Isaac Belknap Junr Land which 101
Chains from the River - We then Run the Traverse of the River to the west
Corner of Said Glebe the Hills between the hills that and the River
is the Reason that the South line of Said Glebe holds out the 101 Chains
and 80 links - In Witness whereof the parties have hereunto Set there unto
Hands and Seals this Twenty Ninth day of September in the year one thousand
Eight Hundred and four

Seald and Deliverd in presence of us

Phinias June
Selah Reeve

Isaac Belknap Jr
John Anderson Junr
John D Lawson
Eliazer Gidney
William W. Sackett

Trustees
of Glebe

herein before Limited to be payd without fraud or Delay and also to pay all Taxes Assessments
Costs and Charges that shall become due out of any of the Demised Premises. Now
this Indenture witnesseth, that for the further Conveying, and assuring the Afore
said Lott of Land and Premises, Unto the Said Catharine Morrison and to her heirs
and Assigns (that is to Say) from and Imediately after the Decease of the aforesaid lives,
We the Trustees for ourselves and Successors do hereby further Covenant, and promise
and Grant, Unto the Heirs and Assigns of the Said Catharine Morrison another Lease
(Viz) a Renewed lease to the Same purport Intent and Meaning, as is inCluded in this
Present Lease of Indenture, and of the Same lot of Land and premises and appurtenances,
thereunto belonging and Appertaining, and the said Catharine Morrison performing
all and every of the said Covenants herein Contained, shall and may from time to
time, and at all times here after, peaceably and Quietly Have Hold and
Enjoy the Same without any lett, Hindrance, or Denial of the Said Trustees or
there Successors or any other person or persons Claiming or to Claim by, from or under
them in Witness whereof the said Trustees hath to the other part Set their hands and Seals and
to this other part, the said Catharine Morrison hath set her hand and seal the day and
year first above Written.  

Signed Sealed and
Delivered in the presence of us

James Hawkins
Anson Bradley

Catherine Morrison [seal]

this Lott was sold & Leasd to John Anderson

A List of Debits remaining unpaid against the Glebe Lands

Henry [W]ithman
David Belknap (Note)
John Downs
Jeremiah Horton

 

56- 9- 6
6- 6- 0
25-15- 2
16-11-11
105- 2- 7

Whereas some doubts have arisen with the trustees of the Glebe lands at
this time Respecting the Balance due to David Belknap and other's this may
Certify that the above Sums of Money are due from the Glebe land, and
and are to be paid by the present Trustees as soon as may be Convenient.

Committee of Audit

Geo Monnell
 William Seymour
John Anderson

July 23 1804 

Agreeable to Advertisement the Inhabitants Residing on the German
Patent met at the house of Phinias Jinis Inkeeper in the Village
of Newburgh on Said Patent and in Conformity to an Act of the
Legislature of the State of Newyork entitled an Act to alter and
amend the Charter of the Glebe Land in the German patent
Passed April the Sixth 1803 for the purpose of Chosing three persons
to Officiate as trustees of the Said Glebe for the Ensuing Year.
Also for the purpose of Choosing three persons to whom the trustees
for the Year Shall Account

The following persons Where Choosen by a Majority of
Votes

Newburgh
May 14 1805

Solomon Slight
Daniel Stringham
Isaac Belknap Junr

 Trustees

Selah Reeve
John D. Lawson
Isaac Belknap 

Presiding
Trustees  

John Shaw
Geo Monnell
William W. Sacket

Committee
of
Accounts

 

Agreeable to Notice the Election for Trustees of the Glebe lands
in the Village of Newburgh were held at the house of James Cotter
Innkeeper in the said Village on tuesday the 13th Instant. When the
following persons where Duly Chosen (to Wit)

Daniel Stringham
Alexander Denniston
Isaac Belknap Junr

Trustees

Isaac Belknap
&
Daniel Stringham
Solomon Sleight

Presided

absent

Charles Clinton
John Abercrombie
William Ross

Committee
of
Accounts

Done & recorded this 13th Day May 1806

Agreeable to legal Notice - the Election for Trustees of the Glebe lands in the
Village of Newburgh was held at the house of James Cotter, Inkeeper in the
said Village, on Tuesday the 12th Day of May Inst - when the following persons
were Duly Chosen by a large majority (to wit)

John McAulay
Edmond Griswold
Leonard Carpenter

Trustees

Isaac Belknap Junr
Daniel Stringham
Alexr Denniston

Presided

 George Monell
John Duboise
John Harris

Committee
of
Accts

Done & recorded this 12th Day of May 1807

Agreeable to legal notice - the Trustees of the Glebe lands in the Village of Newburgh
were duly chosen, at the Annual Election on on Tuesday the 11th Day of May Inst
when the following Persons, to wit, the former Trustees were Elected, (that is)

N.B. the Election was held at the House of James Cotter,
in said Village

Leonard Carpenter
Edmond Griswold Trustees
John McAulay

John McAulay
Edmond Griswold
Leonard Carpenter

Presided

John De Witt
John Harris
Robt W. Jones

 Auditors
of
Accounts

Done & recorded this 13th Day May 1808

Agreeably to legal notice given, the Election for Trustees of the Glebe lands In the
German Patent, in the Village of Newburgh was held at the house of James Cotter
Inkeeper in the said Village on Tuesday the 10th Instant - when the following Persons were
Chosen by a large Majority of Votes (to Wit)

Edmond Griswold
Leonard Carpenter
John McAulay

 Trustees

John McAulay
Leonard Carpenter
Edmd Griswold

Presided
(absent)

Francis Crawford
John Anderson Junr
Robt W. Jones

Commissioners
to
Audit the Accts

 Done & recorded May the 10th 1809 

Agreeable to legal Notice given the Election for Trustees of the Glebe
Land on the German Patent in Said Vilage of Newburgh
was held at the House of James Cotters Inkeeper in said
Vilage on Tuesday the [blank] Instant - when the following
Persons were Chosen by a large Majority of Votes (to Wit)

JacobPowell
Selah Reeve
John Anderson Junr

Trustees

John McAulay
Leonard Carpenter
Edmond Griswold

Presided

Francis Crawford
Robert W. Jones
James Hamilton

Commissioners
to
Audit the Accs

Done May 11th 1810 

Agreeable to legal Notice given the Election for Trustees
and Auditors of Accounts of the Glebe Lands on the
German Patent held at the house of Chester Clark
Inkeeper in the Village of Newburgh on Tuesday
the 14 May 1811 the Following Persons where Chosen
by a large Majority of Votes without a decentin Vote

JacobPowell
Selah Reeve
John Anderson

Trustees

JacobPowell
Selah Reeve
&
John Anderson Jr

Presided

Frances Crawford
Robert W. Jones
James Hamilton

 Auditors

Done 14th Day May 1811

This Indenture made this [blank]
in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and [blank]
Between the Trustees of the parish of Newburgh, in the County of Orange
and state of New York of the first part, and Alexander Denniston of the same
place, of the second part Witnesseth that the said trustees for and in
consideration of the rents and covenants herein after mentioned, have
Demised and to farm letten, and by these presents do demise and to farm
let unto the said Alexander Deniston and to his heirs & assigns
All that certain Lot of land herein aftermentioned and described
situate lying and being in Newburgh aforesaid, and is bounded as
follows Viz Beginning at the northwest corner of a lot of glebe
land now or late in possession of William W. Sacket and runs from thence
north twenty degrees east five and a half chains, thence south eighty one
degrees east nine Chains and six[ ]ty two links, thence south two and a
half degrees west five chains and four links, Thence north eighty
one and a half degrees west eleven chains and thirty links to the place
of Beginning containing five and a half acres of land be the same
more or less To have and to hold said lot of land with the appur-
-tenances to the said Alexander Deniston his Executors Administrators and
assigns from the day of the date of these presents for until the full
end and term of nine hundred years from thence next ensuing
and fully to be compleate and ended yielding and paying therefore yearly
and every year during the said term to the said trustees or their
Successors, the yearly rent of sixty two and a half Cents Lawful money of the
State of New York for each and every acre of the same land on the first
day of may in every year during the term Provided always, that
if it shall happen that the yearly rent hereby reserved or any part thereof
Shall be in arrears and unpaid, for the space of thirty Days after it shall
become due then it shall and may be lawful, to and for the said trustees
or their Successors to take by distress any of the goods and Chattels of the said
Alexander Deniston and expose the same to Sale at public Vandue
giving at least twenty four hours note of such sale by putting up an
Advertisement at any public place in the Village of Newburgh and


When sold after paying the rent due with the reasonable charges of such
Distress and Sale to return the overplus if any there be, and in
Case the said Alexander Deniston shall not be then within the Said
County, or in Case no Goods and Chattels can be found whereof to
make such distress and sale then it shall and may be lawful for
the said trustees or their successors to Reenter, repossess, and have hold
and enjoy the same Demised premises again as in their former estate,
any thing herein Contained to the contrary in any wise notwith
standing and the said Alexander Deniston for himself his
heirs Executors and Administrators Doth covenant to pay or
Cause to be paid unto the said trustees or ther Successors, the yearly
rent of sixty two and a half Cents for each and every Acre of the land
above mentioned yearly and every year for and during the term
aforesaid, and he doth farther covenant to pay all taxes assessments
and charges to be levied assessed or imposed upon the said demised
premises and the said Alexander Deniston his heirs Executors
Administrators or assigns paying the yearly rent and performing
the covenants herein contained on his part to be paid and
performed shall and may from time to time, and at all times
hereafter, to and during the said term peaceably and quietly have
hold occupy possess and enjoy, the above Demised premises with
the appurtenances without any let trouble hindrance or Denial
of the aforesaid trustees or their successors and of all and every other
person or persons whatsoever claiming or to claim from or under
them or any of them - in Witness whereof the said trustees have
hereunto

This may Certify that we have Examined the acc=
=ounts of the Trustees of the Glebe lands and find that
at the time the presant Trustees were Chosen
which was on the Second Tuesday of may one thous
-and Eight hundred and Seven there was due for rents up
to the first of may one thousand Eight hundred and Six
the Following Sums from Those persons Viz

Hugh Walsh

William Seymour

Albertson Smith

J & L Powell

William W. Sackett

Abm Ward

Derick Ammerman

John Gidney

Widow John Dewint

Thos Carscadin

J & Leond Carpenter

Elenor Donally

Jno Dodge

Elizer Gidney

Edmond Griswould

Jno Harris

Kim[barrick] & Millspaugh

Daniel Baley

12- 0- 0

1-11- 6

0-15- 0

3- 7- 0

5- 3- 0

8-15- 0

5- 6- 0

0- 8- 0

0- 8- 0

0-18- 0

4- 7- 3

0-12- 0

0- 8- 0

0-16- 0

0-10- 0

0-10- 0

1-10- 0

4- 0

47-10- 9

 

amounting in dollars
the rents due for three Years to the first May 1809

$118.84

988.77

 

 

$1107.61

deduct for monies Supposd to be pd to the Trustees
of the Academy for the three Years up
to the first of may one thousand Eight Hundred & Nine

600.00

$507.61

deduct for monies paid to the Trustees of the other
School on the Glebe for their Acknowledgement

 

167.31

 

 

$340.30

Leaving a Ballance of three hundred and forty dollars
and Thirty Cents due to the said Trustees of the
Other School on the Glebe up to the 1st May 1809

dated this 11th day of Jany 1810 

 Auditors 

John Anderson Jr
Robert W. Jones
Francis Crawford

 

 Received Newburgh 2d May 1812 of JacobPowell
one of the Trustees of the Glebe four hundred dol
=lars in full of rents due to the trustees of the
Accademy in the Village of Newburgh from the
first day of may 1809 to the first day of May 1811
by us as a committee of the board of Trustees of
Said Academy - we having signd a duplicate
of the same date and tenor

$400

Wm W Smith
Danl Birdsall

Recd; Newburgh May 2nd 1812, of JacobPowell one of the trustees of the
Glebe, Three pounds, eighteen shillings and nine pence in full
of the monies which have come into my His Hands from the other Trustees of the
Said Glebe, and which have become due to the Trustees of the Juvenile
School, Taught in the Old Town, from the first of May 1809 Until the
first of May 1811

Robt W Jones, one of the Trustees of sd Juvenile School

NB gave him a duplicate recpt
the day & date above

RW Jones

This may certify that we have examined the
accounts of the Trustees of the Glebe for the years
1810 and 1811 and find that the rents have
all been collected and paid to the Trustees of
the Academy and the Trustees of the Juvenile
School as the law directs - dated 7 May
1812

Viz

160.00
266.12. 6
106.12. 6

Trustees of Academy
Trustees of J. School

 

Francis Crawford
Rob W Jones
Auditors

Agreeable to advertisement the Inhabitants Residing on
the German Patent met at the house of Thomas Gardner
Inkeeper in the Village of Newburgh on said patent and
in conformity to an Act of the Legislature of the State of
New York entitled an act to alter and amend the Cha=
=rter of the Glebe lands in the German patent passed
April the Sixth 1803 for the purpose of choosing three
persons to officiate as Trustees of the said Glebe for
the ensuing year and also for the purpose of choosing
three persons to whoom the Trustees Shall Account
the following persons where Chosen by a Majority
of Votes

Newburgh 12 May 1812

Jacob Powell
John Anderson Jr
Selah Reeve

Trustees

Jacob Powell
John Anderson Jr

Presiding
Trustees

Frances Crawford
Robert W. Jones
James Hamilton

Audit=
=ors

Agreeable to advertisement the Inhabitants residing on
the German Patent met at the House of John Win=
=dfield Inholder in the Village of Newburgh on said
patent and in conformity to an act of the Legisl=
=ature of the State of New York entitled an act to alter
and amend the charter of the Glebe Lands in the
German patent passed April 6th 1803 for the purpos=
=e of Chooseing three persons to officiate as Trustees of
the said Glebe for the ensuing year and also for the
purpose of choosing three Persons to whoom the
Trustees Shall Account the Following persons where
Chosen by a Majority of Votes

Newburgh 11 May 1813

JacobPowell
John Anderson Jr

Presiding
Trustees

Trustees

JacobPowell
John Anderson Jr
Selah Reeve

James Hamilton Auditors of Accts
Frances Crawford & Rot W. Jones

This may certify that we have examined the
accounts of the Trustees of the Glebe Lands of the
Parish of Newburgh and find the rents to have
been collected to the first of May 1812 and paid
by the said Trustees to the Trustees of the Accademy
and the trustees of the JuvenileSchool as the law directs
Viz Two Hundred dollars to the trustes of ye Academ
=y and One Hundred and thirty three dollars 28/100
to the Trustees of the Juvenile School dated 12
August 1813

Jas Hamilton
Rob W Jones
Francis Crawford

 auditors

This may certify that we have examined the
Accounts of the Trustees of the Glebe Lands of the
Parish of Newburgh and find the rents to have
been collected up to the first of May 1813 and pai
=d by the said Trustees to the Trustees of the Aca
=demy and the Trustees of the Other Schools Taught
on the Glebe as the law directs

Viz Two Hundred dollars to the Trustees
of the Academy - one Hundred and Seventeen
dollars 15/100 to the Trustees of the Juvenile School
and twenty two dollars 22/100 to Mrs Gidney's School
dated 29 March 1814

Note: there is Nine cents not accounted for but was over paid
last years

Jas Hamilton
Francis Crawford

Auditors
of
Accounts

 

Know ye that we Adam Dickerson and David Craw=
ford as executors of the Estate of Matthias Kimbergh Deceased
Claiming a Certain lot of land Situate in the Village of
NewBurgh being a part of the Glebe lands of the Parish of
NewBurgh bounded as follows to wit on the North by
the lands of John Mandavill on the South by the Public
highway as it now runs and on the east by the lands of
John Johnston and John Brown said lot having but three
Sides Containing two acres and three tenths of an acre of
land the former lease for the same being lost and wishing
a new lease to be executed by the trustees for the benefit
of John McLean and for and in consideration of the sum
of one Dollar to us in hand paid by Jacob Powell -
Selah Reeve and John Anderson Jun trustees of the
Glebe lands do grant surrender and yield up to the said
Jacob Selah and John trustees aforesaid their Successors
and Assigns the above described premises and all our
right Interest Claim and estate as executors of the
Estate of the said Matthias Kimbergh in the said lands
so hereby surrendered dated the fourth day of May
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight Hundred and fourteen

Witness

Wm H Wiggins

Adam Dickinson [seal]

David Crawford [seal]

Agreeable to advertisement the Inhabitants Residing on the
German Patent met at the house of Thomas Gardner Innholder
in the Village of NewBurgh on said Patent and in conformity
to an act of the Legislature of the State of New York entitled
an act to alter and amend the Charter of the Glebe lands in
the german Patent passed April 6th 1803 for the purpose of
of choosing three persons to officiate as Trustees of the Glebe
for the ensuing Year and also for the purpose of choosing three
persons to whom the Trustees Shall Account. The following Persons
where chosen by a majority of votes

Newburgh 10th May 1814

Daniel Parish clerk
At the above Election

Trustees

John Anderson Jr
Selah Reeve
Jacob Powell

Auditors of Acct

Frances Crawford
James Hamilton
Nathl B Boyce 

This may Certify that we have examined the accts
of the Trustees of the Glebe Land of the Parish of NewBurgh and find the
rents to have been collected up to the first of May 1814
& paid by the said Trustees to the Trustees of the
Accademy & the Trustees of the Other Schools on the
Glebe as the law directs Viz Two Hundred Dollars
to the Trustees of the Accademy & One Hundred & Forty
three Dollars 2/100 to the Trustees of the other Schools
Dated March 17 1815

Francis Crawford
Nath B Boyd

Auditors
of Accounts 

 

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