Agreeable to advertisement the Inhabitants residing on the German Patent
met at Hiram H Keller's hotel in the Village of NewBurgh on the
said patent and in conformity to an act of the legisla=
=ture of the State of New York entitled an Act to alter&
amend the Charter of the Glebe lands in the German
Patent passed April 6th 1803 for the purpose of of chosing
three persons to officiate as Trustees of the Glebe for the
ensuing Year and also for the purpose of choosing three
Audtiros of accounts. The following gentlemen had
the majority of votes given in at this election Viz

Newburgh 9th May 1815

Selah Reeve
John Anderson Jr
Jacob Powell

Trustees of the Glebe lands

Francis Crawford
Nathl B Boyce
James Hamilton

Auditors of Accts

John McAuley Clerk at the above
Election

Agreeable to advertizement the inhabitants Residing
on the german Patent met at James Cotters hotel in
the village of NewBurgh on the said patent and
in conformity to an act of the legislature of the
State of New York entitled an act to alter &
amend the Charter of the Glebe lands in the
German Patent passed April 6th 1813 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
Auditors of Accounts. The following persons where unanimously elected.

 C[f] Reeve Clark of
the above Election

14th May 1818

Selah Reeve
John Anderson Jr
Jacob Powell

Frances Crawford
Nathl B Boyd
James Hamilton


Trustees

 

Auditors 

This may Certify that we have examined the Accts
of the Trustees of the Glebe Lands of the Parish of New=
Burgh and find the Rents to have been collected up to the
first of May 1816 and paid by the said Trustees to the Tru=
=stees of the Accademy and the Trustees of the other Schools on the
Glebe as the Law Directs Viz Four Hundred Dollars to the
Trustees of the Academy and Two Hundred and Eighty seven Dolls
72/100 to the Trustees of the Other School & Three Dollars & Sixty
nine Cents for paying for a Trunk. Dated Jany 24th 1817

Nathl B Boyd
Francis Crawford

Auditors of
Accounts  

Agreable to advertisement the inhabitants residing
on the german patent met at James Cotters
hotel in the village of NewBurgh on the 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 May 13, 1817 April 6th 1803 for the purpose of of choos=
=ing three persons to officiate as Trustees of
the Glebe for the ensuing Year and also
for the purpose of choosing three auditors
of accounts. The following persons were
unanimously elected.

 C F F Reeve Clerk of
the above Election

May 13 1817

Selah Reeve
John Anderson Jr
Jacob Powell

Frances Crawford
Henry Walsh
James Hamilton

 

Trustees

Audr
acct

Agreeable to advertisement the inhabitants residing on
the german Patent met at David Hunts hotel in the
Village of Newburgh on the Said Patent and in con=
formity 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 auditors of accounts the following persons where unanimous
ly elected.

 Robert McAulay Clerk of
the above Election

May 12th 1818

Selah Reeve
John Anderson Jr
Jacob Powell

Frances Crawford
Hugh Walsh
James Hamilton

 

Trustees

 

Auditors 

This may Certify that we have examined
the Accounts of the Trustees of the Glebe
Land and find the rents to have been
collected up to the first of May 1817 and
paid by the Said Trustees to the Trustees
of the Accademy and the Trustees of the Other
School on the Glebe as the law directs Viz Two Hundred
Dollars to the Trustees of the Accademy and
One Hundred and forty nine 5/100 Dollars
to the Trustees of the Other School on the
Glebe Dated 26 January 1817

$200
147.5

347.5

Jas Hamilton
Henry Walsh

Auditors

 

Agreeable to advertisement the inhabitants
residing on the German patent met at David
Hunts hotel in the Village of Newburgh on the
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 auditors of accounts the foll=
=owing persons were Unanimously elected.

David Burling
Clerk of
the above Election

Dated 11 May 1819

Selah Reeve
John Anderson Jr
Jacob Powell

Trustees

Frances Crawford
Hugh Walsh
Jams Hamilton

Auditors 

This may Certify that we have examined
the Accounts of the trustees of the Glebe land
and find the rents to have been collected
up to the first of May 1818 and paid by the Trustees
to the Trustees to the trustees of the Accademy and
the Trustees of the other School on the Glebe as the
law Directs Viz two hundred Dollars to the
trustees of the academy and one hundred
and fifty two Dolls 43/100 to the trustees of the trustees
of the
Other School on the Glebe Dated 9 May
1820

$200
152.43
352.43

Note the above $352.43/100 exceeds the amt on the books of
The Trustees one dollar & twenty five cents & it therefore appears that the 1.25/100 is overpaid by the
Trustees for that year.

Henry Walsh
Francis Crawford

Audi
tors

Agreeable to advertisement the Inhabitants
of the German patent met at the house
of Robert Kelly Inholder in the Village of
Newburgh on the 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 as
auditors of accounts the following
persons had the Majority of the votes
Given at the Election Viz

Selah Reeve
John Anderson Jr
Jacob Powell

Trustees

Newburgh
9 May 1820

 Frances Crawford
James Hamilton
Hugh Walsh

Auditors

Russell Merrill Clerk at the above Election

This may testify that we have Exam
=ined the Accounts of the Trustees of the
Glebe land and find the rents to have been paid
by the Trustees of the Glebe to the Trus=
=tees to the Trustees of the Academy and the Trustees of
the other School on the Glebe for the year 1819 and 1820
as the law Directs Viz 

$400 0/100
304.85/100
2.25

$707.10

Academy
the Other School on the Glebe
has been paid back to Esther Seymore being
an Error. She having been Chgd too much
on a certain lot for 3 years back

Dated 26 Apl 1821

Francis Crawford
Jas Hamilton
H Walsh

Audi
tors
of Act

the above is up to 1st May 1819 & 1st May 1820 

Agreeable to advertizement the Inhabitants of the Ger=
man Patent met at the house of Robert Kelly Inho
lder in the Village of Newburgh on the 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 Chooseing three persons to officiate
as trustees of the Glebe for the ensuing year and
also for the purpose of Chooseing three persons as
auditors of accounts the following persons where
unanimously Elected Viz

Selah Reeve
John Anderson Jr
Jacob Powell

 Trustees

Dated
8 May 1821
Newburgh

Frances Crawford
James Hamilton
Hugh Walsh 

Auditors

 Wm E Cady, Clerck at the Above Election 

Agreeable to advertisement the Inhabitants of
the German Patent met on the Second Tuesday of May Inst at the house of James
Crawford Inholder 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 Chooseing three pers
=ons to officiate as trustees of the Glebe for the ensuing
Year and also for the purpose of Chooseing three
persons as auditors of Accounts the follow=
=ing persons where Chosen by a large Majority of
Votes Given at the election Viz

John Anderson Junr
and
Jacob Powell

and

Frances Crawford
Hugh Walsh
&
James Hamilton

Trustees

 

Auditors
of
Accounts

There being only two Trustees Chosen Selah
Reeve the Trustee of last Year holds over
and is yet a Trustee of the Glebe
Dated 14 May 1822

Hiram [F]eltman

Clark of the above Election 

This may Certify that we have examined the Accounts
of the trustees of the Glebe up to the first of May 1821
and find the rents to have been paid by the said
Trustees to the Trustees of the Academy and
Trustees for the other School on the Glebe
(after deducting the Charge of the Said Trustees for
their Services for that Year & also deducting twelve
Dollars and Eight Cents for repairs to the fence
of the Burying Ground on said Glebe) as the law
Directs Viz

$ 42.80
200.00
110.00
$352.80/100

Dated 5th April 1823

Trustees & Burying Ground fence
Trustees of Academy
Trustees of the other School

Francis Crawford
Henry Walsh

Auditors

 Agreeable to advertisement the Inhabitants of the German Pat
ent met on the Second Tuesday of May Inst at the house of
James Crawford Inholder in the Village of Newburgh on said pat
ent 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 the 6th 1803 for the
purpose of of chooseing three persons to officiate as trustees of the Glebe for
the ensuing Year and also for the purpose of chooseing three
persons as Auditors of Accounts. The following persons were
Unanimously Chosen

Dated 13th May 1823

Geo Reeve
Clerk of Said Election

John Mandeville 
John Anderson Jr
John Mandeville

Frances Crawford
Hugh Walsh
James Hamilton


Trustees

Auditors
of
Accounts

This may Certify that we have examined the
Accounts of the Trustees of the Glebe and find
the rents to have been paid by the Said Trustees
to the Trustees of the Academy and the Trustees
of the other School on the Said Glebe up to the frist
of May 1822 Viz two hundred Dollars to the trus=
=tees of the Academy and one hundred and twenty
two 80/100 Dollars to the Trustees of the Other School
and thirty Dollars to the Trustees of Said Glebe
for their Services for that year

$200
30
22.80
$352.80

Academy
Trustee Services
Trustees of the Other School

Henry Walsh
Francis Crawford

Auditors
of Accounts

This may Certify that we have examined the
Accs of the Trustees of the Glebe and find the rents to
have been paid by the Said Trustees to the
Trustees of the Academy and the Trustees of the other
School on the Glebe up to the first of May
1823 Viz two hundred Dollars to the Trustees of
the Academy and one hundred and Nine Dollars
24/100 to the trustees of the Other School and
thirty Dollars to the Trustees of the Glebe for Services
for that year and Eight Dollars and fifty cents
for posts to the Burrying Ground & Schoolhouse in
all making as follows

$200.00
109.24
30.00
8.50
$347=14 

Academy
Trustees of the Other School
Trustee Services

Henry Walsh
Francis Crawford

Auditors of
Glebe

Note
there is 6 Dollars due of Rents from John Gidney when
it is Collected it is to be pd to the Trustees of the School

Agreeable to advertisement the Inhabitants of
the German Patent met at the house of James
Crawford in the Village of Newburgh on the Second
Tuesday of May Instant, 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 the 6th 1803 for the purpose of choosing three
persons to officiate as Trustees of the Glebe
for the ensuing Year and also for the
purpose of choosing three persons as Audi=
=tors of Accounts, the following persons where
chosen by a large majority of Votes Given
at the election Viz

Dated 11th May 1824

Selah Reeve
John Anderson J
John Mandeville

Frances Crawford
Hugh Walsh
James Hamilton


Trustees


Auditors
of
Accounts

W H Walsh
Clerk of Said Election

 

This may Certify that we have examined the
Accounts of the Glebe lands and find the Rents to
have been paid to the Trustees of the Academy and
the Trustees of the other School taught on the Glebe
up to the first of may 1824 Inclusive Viz two
hundred Dollars to the Trustees of the Academy
and one hundred and twenty two Dollars and
Sixteen cents to the Other School taught on the
Glebe Dated 8th April 1825

$200.
30.
122.16
.30
$352.46 

Academy
Trustees for Services that year
Other School on the Glebe
Trustees pd for postage

Henry Walsh
Francis Crawford

Auditors of
Glebe

Agreeable to advertisement the Inhabitants of the
German patent met at the house of James
Crawford in the Village of NewBurgh on the
second tuesday in May Instant, 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 the 6th 1803 for the purpose of
choosing three persons to officiate as Trustees of
the Glebe for the ensuing Year and also for the
purpose of choosing three persons as Auditors of
Accounts. The following persons where chosen by
a large majority of votes given at the election

Viz

John Anderson J
John Mandeville
James Law

Trustees

 

Frances Crawford
James Hamilton
Henry Walsh

Auditors
of
Accounts

 Dated May 10th 1825

Frederick Anderson
Clerk of Said Election

This may Certify that we have examined the Accounts of the
Trustees of the Glebe and find they have paid the Trustees
of the Academy the two hundred dollars coming to Said
Academy up to May 1825 Inclusive and that they have
paid one Dollar for printing Ticketts for election of Trustees
also one dollar and twenty five cents for Room for Election
also one Dollar for room for Election in 1824 and also that
they have paid the Trustees of the Other School on the Glebe
[ ] [ ] Sixty Six Dollars and fifty five cents
on acct of monies due to the School to May 1825 Inclusive also trustee
for Services thirty Dollars and that there is yet rents
to be collected for rents due up to Said May 1825 Inclusive
to the amt of fifty three 15/100 Dollars when collected and
paid to the Trustees of Said Other School on the Glebe
will be in full to May 1825 Inclusive, the Said
Rent is due from the following persons Viz

D. Ammerman

a ballance on rent to May 1824

-1-13-0

J. Mandeville

a years rent to 1 May 1824

4-11-0

D. Ammerman

a years rent to 1 May 1825

5-13-0

Elenor Donally
on one lot

a years rent to 1 May 1825

12 --

Elezar Gidney farmer

1 years rent to 1 May 1825

-8-0

George E Hut[k]e

1 years rent to 1 May 1825

1-1-9

Easter Seymoure

1 years rent to 1 May 1825

4 --

Easter Gillespie

do do do do

8 --

Aaron Lyons

do do do do

-11-6

John Mandeville

do do do do

4-11-0

James Donally

do do do do

1-4-0

Orson Tarbel

do do do do

8-0

 

 

21-5-3

 

Dolls
$53.15/100

Dolls  

$200.
1.
1.25
1.00
30.
66.55
53.15

$352.95

Academy
Ticketts for Election
room for Election
do do do
Trustee
pd Trustees of Other School
yet to be collected & pd

 

Dated 1st May 1826 

H Walsh

 

 Francis Crawford

Auditors of Glebe

Agreeable to advertisement the Inhabitants of the Ger=
man Patent met at the house of Widow Crawford
in the village of Newburgh on the 9th day of May
inst., and in conformity to "an act of the legislature of
the State of New York entitled an act to alter and
amend the Chart of the Glebe Lands in the German
Patent" passed April the 6th 1803 for the purpose of
choosing Three Trustees to officiate in behalf of the Glebe
for the ensuing Year and also for the purpose of choosing three per=
sons as Auditors of Accounts. The following persons
were chosen by a large majority of votes given at the e=
lection, viz

Ward M Gazlay
Samuel Williams
Zachariah Dubois

Trustees

Henry Walsh
John P Tarbell
Robert Gardiner, Senior

Auditors of Accounts

John P Tarbell
Clerk of Said Election

Dated May 9 1826 

The [ ] auditors of the accounts of the
trustees of the Glebe Lands in the town of Newburgh
certify that we have examined the same
and find that they the said trusties have col-
lected for rents the sum of three hundred and
ninty one Dollars and forty two cents - and that
they have paid out of the same two hun-
dred Dollars to the trusties of the academy - to
the trustees of the school in old town one hun
dred and twenty one Dollars and Sixteen cents -
fees of trusties thirty Dollars - for tickets and room
bill three Dollars and for [Renting] Deeds seven
Dollars and fifty cents; in all three hundred Sixty
one Dollars and Sixty Six cents - and that therr
remains in their hands twenty nine Dollars
and seventy Six cents . . . That rents remain
due from

George W MLean
John H Walsh
Mr M. Clay 

$1.25
3.31
1.00

Estate of E Gidney
G Wash. MLean
the same
in all

1.00
1.00
1.44
$9.00

Examined and audited by us this 8th day
of May in the year 1827 

H Walsh
John P Tarbell

Auditors of Accounts 

(this page is blank)

Agreeable to advertisement the Inhabitants of the German Patent
met at the house of the Widow Crawford in the Village of New-
burgh on the 8th day of May Inst., and in conformity to an act
of the Legislature of the State of New York entitled "an act
to alter and amend the Chart of the Glebe Lands in the German Patent"
passed April the 6th 1803 for the purpose of choosing Three Trustees to of=
ficiate in behalf of the Glebe for the ensuing Year and also for
Choosing three persons as Auditors of Accounts. (Present Zachariah
Dubois and Ward M Gazlay two of the Trustees) The following
persons were chosen by a large majority of votes given at the election
viz

Ward M Gazlay
Zachariah Dubois
Samuel Williams

Trustees

Henry Walsh
John P Tarbell
Robert Gardiner, Senior

Auditors of Accounts

John P Tarbell

Clerk of the above election

Levi Dodge

Newburgh May 8 1827

 

Agreeably to advertisement, the inhabitants
of the German Patent met at the house of Alden
Belknap innholder in the village of Newburgh
on the second Tuesday in May 1828 conform
ably to an act of the Legislature of the State of New-
York "entitled an act to alter and amend the char-
ter of the Glebe Land in the German Patent in
the village of Newburgh passed April 6th 1803" For
the purpose of choosing three trustees to officiate
as trustees of the Glebe Land for the ensuing Year
and also three persons as Auditors of Accounts. Ward
M Gazlay Trustee [chairman] and George Dayton
secretary of the said meeting - The following per-
son was chosen by a majority of all the votes
given viz Samuel Williams Zachariah Dubois
and Ward M Gazlay trustees - Henry Walsh
John P Tarbell and Robert Gardiner Auditors

Ward M Gazlay

Chairman

Geo S Dayton

Secretary

(the next twelve pages are blank)

This Indenture made this [blank] Day
of January in ye Year of our Lord
One Thousand eight hundred and Six, Between ye Trustees of
ye Glebe Lands on ye German Patent in ye Village of NewBurgh, of
ye one part, and Derick Amerman of ye Village of NewBurgh
aforesaid in ye County of Orange and State of New York of ye other
part. Witnesseth, that for and in Consideration of the Rents, Cove=
nants and Agreements herein after Reserved and contained, and
which on ye part and behalf of said Derick Amerman, his
heirs and Assigns, are to be paid, done and performed and for divers
other good Causes and Considerations them ye said trustees hereunto
moving have granted, bargained, sold, aliened, released and confirmed
and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell, alien, release and confirm
unto ye said Derick Amerman, his heirs and assigns forever, all that
certain lot, piece or parcel of Land (lying in ye East division) formerly
known and distinguished by Lotts No 3, 15, 16, 27, 28, 39 and 40, (inclu-
ding also a part of Clinton, Second and Hasbrouck Streets) and is Butted
and bounded in manner following to wit; Beginning on ye East side
of Liberty Street (formerly called King Street) at a post of a Gate, being the
South West corner of said Lot, and running from thence, along ye line of
John Dodge lot, as ye fence now runs, South 821/2 East, five Chains and
seventy five links, thence South 11/4 West One Chain and fifty five
links, thence South 821/2 East, Six Chains and Seventy links, thence
North 21/2 East, four Chains and eighty six links, thence North 821/2 West
fifty eight links, thence North 31/2 East, three Chains and sixty five links
thence North 81 West, Nine chains and twenty five links, thence South
31/2 West four chains, thence North 771/2 West One Chain and thirty
eight links, thence South 31/2 West eighty one links, thence North
841/2 West, One Chain and twenty five links to Liberty Street afore=
said, and thence along said Street South 20 West, two Chains and
forty five links to the place of beginning, Containing Eight Acres
and an half of Land - be the same more or less (excepting and Reser-
ving out of the above described premises, such parts of Clinton,
Second and Hasbrouck Streets, as are comprehended therein, grant-
ing and allowing nevertheless to ye said Derick Amerman, his
heirs and Assigns, full Right, and Authority to hold, use, and occu=
py, the same, untill the public interest, and convenience of
ye said Village, shall in ye Judgement of ye saidTrustees or their
Successors, require that ye said Streets shall be laid open, and
us'd as public Streets or highways, and untill ye said Derick

Amerman, his heirs or Assigns, have received nine Months
Notice from ye said Trustees or their successors to leave and yield
up the possession thereof to ye said Trustees or their Successors
at the expiration of which term or time of nine Months after
such Notice being given as aforesaid, the said Derick Amerman
doth hereby covenant and agree to and with ye said Trustees peace-
=ably and quietly to leave and yield up ye possession thereof to
ye said trustees or their Successors) together with all and sin=
gular of houses, outhouses, edifices, buildings, tenements, heredi=
taments and Appurtenances to ye said lot or parcel of Land
belonging or in any wise appertaining - and also all the Estate
Right, title, interest, property, claim and demand whatsoever
at Law and in Equity of them ye said Trustees of, in, to, or out of the
said Lot or parcel of Land and every part and parcel thereof with
ye Appurtenances (except as aforesaid) to have and to hold the
said Lot or parcel of Land and premises, and every part and parcel
thereof with ye Appurtenances (excepting and reserving always as
is above excepted and reserved) unto ye said Derick Amerman
his heirs and Assigns, to ye only proper use, benefit, and behoof of
ye said Derick Amerman his heirs & assigns forever
yielding and paying therefor yearly and every year unto ye said
Trustees or their Successors, ye yearly rent charge or Sum of Six Shil=
lings per Acre Current money of ye United States forever hereafter
on ye first day of May in each year. Ye first payment to be made
on ye first day of May now next ensuing, free and clear from
all taxes, rates, Assignments, charges, and deductions whatsoever
And ye said Derick Amerman doth hereby for himself his
heirs & assigns covenant and agree to and with the said
Trustees and their Successors, that in case ye said yearly Rent
Charge or sum of Six Shillings per Acre, or any part thereof, be
behind and unpaid by ye space of twenty Days,next over, or after
ye said days of payment whereon ye same is herein before
appointed to be paid as aforesaid, then, and so often, it shall and
may be lawful to and for ye said Trustees and their Successors
into ye said Lot or parcel of Land, or into and upon any part
or parcel thereof, to enter and distrain, and ye distress and
distresse[s] then and there found to take, lead, drive, carry away
and impound, to detain, keep or otherwise to dispose thereof
according to due course of Law, untill they the said Trustees
and their Successors shall be fully paid and Satisfy'd, ye said
yearly Rent, Charge or Sum of Six Shillings per Acre and

all costs, charges and expenses as occasion'd by Non payment thereof, on
ye day andtime in that behalf above mentioned provided always,
that in case ye said Yearly Rent, Charge or Sum of Six Shillings per Acre
or any part thereof shall be behind or upaid, by ye space of twenty
days next over or after ye said day of payment whereon ye same
ought to be paid as aforesaid, that then and in such case it shall
and may be lawful to and for them ye said Trustees and their Successors, into
ye said premises hereby granted or into and upon any part or parts
thereof in ye name of the whole wholly to Re-Enter, and the same to
have Retain, Reposses and enjoy as in their first or former
Estate or Estates as if these presents had never been made, any thing
herein contained to ye contrary thereof in any wise notwithstanding,
and ye said Derick Amerman doth hereby for himself, his heirs
executors and Administrators, covenant and agree, to and with
the said Trustees and their Successors, in form following, to wit;
that he, ye said Derick Amerman, his heirs executors and Admi=
nistrators signs, shall well and truly pay or cause to be paid unto the said
Trustees or their Successors, ye said yearly Rent Charge or Sum of
Six Shillings for each and every Acre above described, at the
day and time above limited and appointed for ye payment thereof
according to the true intent and meaning of these presents, without
any deduction, defalcation or abatement whatsoever, for or by rea=
son of any taxes, levies, rates or Assessments, or any other matter, cause
or thing whatsoever

In Witness whereof the said Derick Amerman
hath hereunto set his hand and Seal, and ye said Trustees have
hereunto set their hands and affixed their Common Seal, ye Day
and Year first above written.

Sign'd Seal'd and Delivered
in ye presence of -

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