Cockburn Family Land Papers
1732-1864
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Quantity 11 boxes (5 cu. ft.); 1,220 manuscript maps (61 x 104.5 cm or smaller)
Access: Open
Acquisition: N.Y.P.I.
Processed By: Honor Conklin, Archivist, Manuscripts and Special Collections, July 1991

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Historical Note:

Part of a survey document, showing a rectangular plot of land between Crown Point and Ticonderoga.
Part of a survey of land between Crown Point and Ticonderoga prepared by Cockburn. See more images from the Cockburn collection.

William Cockburn (?-1804) from Berwickshire, Scotland, settled in Kingston, Ulster County, in the early 1760s and was employed as a surveyor, land agent and speculator, primarily in Ulster County, for the Hardenbergh and Hurley Patents, but also for surrounding counties and for his personal land dealings in what is now Vermont.

Cockburn married Catherine Trumpbour (spelled variously Trompbour, Trimpbour and, most commonly, Tremper) of Palatine German descent. They had five children: Alexander, James, Christina (who married Nicholas DeMyer), Catherine (who married John Trumpbour), and William Jr.

William Cockburn's sons James (ca.1775-1848) and William Jr. accompanied their father on surveying expeditions as did his nephew, Jacob Trumpbour Jr.

John Kiersted Sr. (1786-1862) of Saugerties, was a frequent surveyor for the Cockburns and, in later years, James Cockburn's son, Walter A. Cockburn, also worked as a surveyor.

As evidenced in an advertisement in the collection, William Cockburn also taught surveying, influencing Moses DeWitt of Ulster County, and employing numerous other surveyors such as Charles C. Broadhead and John Cantine.

William Cockburn is buried in Mount Marion Cemetery, Kingston, New York.

Descriptive Note:

The Cockburn Family Land Papers are divided into four series: Correspondence, Legal and Financial, Land Papers, and Writings.

Correspondence consists of a few letters, primarily between family members regarding the family history. The bulk of the correspondence is arranged according to the locale to which it pertains.

Legal and Financial encompasses various accounts and documents where geographic location has not been ascertained. Accounts include bills, paybooks, and calculations from William Cockburn's business matters in the 1760s to Walter A, Cockburn's in 1863. A manuscript advertisement addresses William Cockburn's availability to teach and execute surveying. There are a few law documents regarding cases and the hiring of attorneys by William Cockburn. Lists, accounts, and a memoranda book deal with lands owned or surveyed by the Cockburn family. There are two slave bills of sale executed in Ulster County.

Drafts or excerpts of wills and estate matters found throughout the collection relate to William Cockburn of Kingston, Ulster County (Legal and Financial, 1810); Nicholas Crouselor of Catskill, Greene County (Legal and Financial, 1796); Jacob Persen of Saugerties, Ulster County (Land Papers - Ulster County, Saugerties, 1787); Richard Cole (Land Papers - Ulster County, Hurley, 1844), May Bickley, Acting Attorney General of New York State (Land Papers - Ulster, Hurley Patent, dated 1716, died 1724), and Johannis Hardenbergh (?-1748) to Jacob Hardenbergh and the heirs of Nancy Ryerse or Ryerson (Mrs. Geradus Hardenbergh) of Sullivan County (Land Papers - Ulster, Hardenbergh Patent, 1793-1794).

Land papers make up the bulk of the collection and include correspondence, fieldbooks, indentures, maps, receipts, and surveys. These are arranged by present county and township (according to David H. Burr's Atlas of the State of New York) or Great Lot, and date. Where patents span several counties, See references are given. Patent names and current towns are given when known. Due to the extent and detail of the collection, many personal names are omitted from the finding aid but may be given on the actual folder. Unidentified land papers and maps are located at the beginning of the series.

There are some counties and towns whose names are now obsolete and which may be problematic. Three such towns are 1) Cookhouse (Owl's Nest in a Native American language) is situated in Sanford, Broome Count,y across the Delaware River from Deposit, Delaware County; 2) Younghouse/Yagh House (meaning a shelter used by Native Americans on hunting trips) is in the vicinity of the present Wurtsboro, Sullivan County, and 3) Westfield is now Rockland, Sullivan County, not to be confused with Old Westfield Township. Albany County originally encompassed several counties, most notably the present Greene County. Fulton was established from a part of Montgomery County.

The spelling of personal names was notoriously inconsistent. For example, the Wolfen Family of Saugerties was originally De Wolfen and De Wolven. Two patents involved in this problem are Henry Seaton's, Seton Patent, and John Dies, Dice's Manor.

Ulster County is the county most frequently represented in the collection with the Hardenbergh Patent (two boxes) and the Hurley Patent (one box). Related maps may also be found under Ulster County continued in one-and-a-quarter boxes. The Cockburns were employed for the most part by Johannis Hardenbergh, Gulian Verplanck, the Kingston Corporation, Robert Livingston, as well as by various individual farm owners and renters.

Ulster County was populated during this time by the English from Connecticut, Scots, Palatine Germans, French Huegenots, and Dutch from Albany and Dutchess counties and New Jersey. Many personalities in the collection were business partners or relations and names not readily identified on folder titles may be found by searching such relationships. Gulian Verplanck was a partner with Robert Livingston in the Hardenbergh Patent and a brother-in-law of Charles MacEvers. Johannis Hardenbergh, after whom the patent was named, was the son-in-law of Jacob Rutsen. Hardenbergh's son-in-law, Charles C. Broadhead, frequently surveyed with the Cockburns. Hardenbergh did not approve of his son Gerardus' (Gross's) wild life style and left his share to Geradus' wife Nancy Ryerse (Ryerson) and their eleven issues can be seen in this collection.

John Jay of Westchester County was married to Sarah Livingston, the daughter of William Livingston (1723-1790). William Livingston's brother was Robert Livingston, the third lord of the manor, who left land in Saratoga County to his daughters Mrs. Mary (James) Duane (1738-1821), Mrs. Catherine (John) Patterson (1744-1832), and Mrs. Alida Valentine Gardiner (1747-1791). James Duane (1733-1797) was the first mayor of New York City after the Revolution, a state senator, a district judge and a land owner. There is also information on lands given to Joanna, Alida, and Edward in the Hardenbergh Patent; these three individuals may have been the siblings of Robert R. Livingston (1746-1813) of Clermont, a cousin once removed of Robert Livingston, the third lord of the manor. As the eldest son of Robert R. Livingston (1718-1775) of Clermont, he received the largest portion of lands and distributed some to his siblings in his life time. Morgan Lewis, a New York State Attorney General and Chief Justice of the New York Supreme Court, was the brother-in-law of Robert R. Livingston (1746-1813).

The borders of the patents within Ulster, Sullivan and Delaware counties were in conflict from the inception of the Hardenbergh Patent granted by Queen Anne in 1708. Thus, the area can be seen as a chronicle of New York State surveying as surveyors built upon the work of previous surveys in their resolution of disputes.

Augustine Graham was ordered by Lord Cornbury to survey the Hardenbergh Patent in 1706. In 1749 the patent was surveyed by Henry and Ebenezer Wooster of Stamford, Connecticut. Many of the surveyors, including Cadwallader Colden, Surveyor of General of New York State from the Catskills, and John Cantine of Marbleton, came from the Ulster County vicinity and played a part in the county's definition. The collection includes the maps of Simon Metcalfe, who surveyed for the Bradstreet heirs of James Duane vs. the Hardenbergh proprietors, Jehu Burr, from Fairfield, Connecticut, John Cox Jr., Thomas Palmer, George Stimson, John Wilgram, William Hume, Charles Webb, Abraham Vernooy, Christopher and Cornelius Tappan and James Darling. There are copy maps of the work of Augustine Graham, the Woosters, Naning Vischer, and David Baldwin.

Several maps in the collection describe the quality of the land and depict houses and roads, especially those drawn by William Cockburn, who sometimes rendered in near three-dimension.

See the following list of counties and patents represented in the collection. The Dutchess, Ulster and Delaware Turnpike which ran from Salisbury, Connecticut to Waitles Ferry on the Susquehanna is also represented.

Six maps are oversized and are listed within the appropriate counties as well as a group at the end of the finding aid.

Writings consist of miscellaneous poetry, prose and essays filed before the Land Papers.

Counties and Patents Included in the Cockburn Family Land Papers:

  • Albany County (See Greene County)
  • Broome County
  • Cayuga County (See Oswego County)
  • Chenango County
  • Clinton County
    • Beekman's Patent
    • Dean's Patent
    • Plattsburgh Patent
  • Columbia County
    • Wawieghnunck Patent
  • Delaware County (See also Ulster-Hardenbergh Patent and Otsego County)
    • Banyar's Patent
    • Evan's Patent
    • Franklin Patent
    • Hardenbergh Patent (See Ulster)
    • Harper's Patent
    • Leake's Patent
    • Rapalje's Patent
    • Wallace Tract
    • Walton's Patent
    • Whiteboro Township
  • Dutchess County (See also Ulster County)
    • Beekman's Patent
    • Great Nine and Little Nine Partners
    • Schuyler's Patent
  • Essex County (See also Washington County and Vermont)
  • Franklin County (See also Jefferson and Lewis counties)
    • Macomb's Purchase
  • Fulton County (See also Montgomery County)
  • Greene County (See also Schoharie and Ulster counties and Ulster-Hardenbergh Patent)
    • Batavia Patent
    • Crean's Patent
    • Dice's Manor [John Dies Manor]
    • Fitch's Patent
    • Fraser's Patent
    • Hammond's Patent
    • Hardenbergh Patent (See Ulster-Hardenbergh Patent)
    • Loveridge Patent
    • Matthew's Patent
    • Seton's Patent [Sir Henry Seaton]
    • Van Bergen's Patent
  • Herkimer County (See also Montgomery and Oneida counties)
    • Bayard's Patent (Free Mason's Patent)
    • Glen's Purchase
    • Hasenclever's Patent
    • Servis's Patent
    • Walton's Patent
  • Jefferson County (See also Franklin and Lewis counties)
    • Macomb's Purchase
  • Lewis County (See also Franklin and Jefferson counties)
    • Chassanis Tract
    • Inman's Triangle
    • Macomb's Purchase
    • Mohawk Valley (See Miscellaneous Fieldbooks)
  • Montgomery County (See also Fulton and Herkimer counties)
    • Bleecker's Patent
    • Corry's Patent
  • Oneida County (See also Herkimer County)
    • Bayard's Patent
    • Fonda's Patent
    • Holland Patent
    • Oriskany Patent
    • Sadaqueda Patent
  • Onondaga County (See Oswego County)
  • Orange County (See also Sullivan County)
    • Minisink Patent
  • Oswego County
    • Military Tract
  • Otsego County (See also Delaware and Schoharie counties)
    • Belvidere Patent
    • Cherry Valley Patent
    • Nettlefield Patent
    • Ootwoudt Patent
    • Wallace Tract
    • Young's Patent
  • Rensselaer County
    • Van Rensselaer Family Manor
  • Saratoga County (See also Washington County)
    • Kayaderosseras Patent
    • Saratoga Patent
  • Schenectady County
    • Appel's Patent
  • Schoharie County (See also Greene and Otsego counties)
    • Dice's Manor [John Dies Manor]
    • Skinner's Patent
    • Ten Eyck Patent
  • Steuben County
  • Sullivan County (See also Orange County)
    • Hardenbergh Patent (See Ulster-Hardenbergh Patent)
    • Minisink Patent
  • Ulster County (See also Delaware, Greene, and Sullivan counties)
    • Hardenbergh Patent (Includes Delaware, Greene and Sullivan counties)
    • Hurley Patent
    • Rochester Patent
  • Washington County (See also Essex, Saratoga and Sullivan counties)
    • Granville Patent
    • Hutton's Bush Tract
    • Kingsbury Patent
    • Saratoga Patent
    • Westfield Tract
  • Westchester County
    • Philipsburg Patent
  • Vermont (See also Essex and Washington counties)
Box Folder Contents
1
Correspondence

1 Cockburn Family, some relating to family history in Scotland and America, 1820, 1850, 1864, n.d.

2 Miscellaneous, not related to land matters, 1764, 1801, 1802, 1826, n.d.


Legal and Financial


Accounts (See also Ulster-Hurley Patent)

3 Accounts, bills - primarily on land matters, miscellaneous, 1760s-1780s

4 Accounts, Account Book, 1764-1773

5 Accounts, bills - primarily on land matters, miscellaneous, 1790s

6 Accounts, Daybook of William Cockburn Jr., 1796-1806

7 Accounts, bills - primarily on land matters, miscellaneous, 1800-1809

8 Accounts, bills - primarily on land matters, miscellaneous, 1811, 1812, 1814, 1821, 1822, 1825, 1827, 1863

9 Accounts, Farmers Bank with James Cockburn, 1823-1844

10 Accounts, bills - primarily on land matters, miscellaneous, n.d.

11 Accounts, prices and statistics, n.d.

12 Accounts, calculations, n.d.

13 Manuscript advertisement by William Cockburn on his availability to teach surveying, perform surveying and a list of books available for sale, n.d.

14 Affidavit and Notice by Richard W. Tappan against Walter A. Cockburn, 1862

15 Appointment: William Cockburn of Kingston, Ulster County, appoints Robert Smith, Philadelphia, his attorney, 1796

16 Appointment: William Cockburn of Kingston, Ulster County, appoints John Kiersted his attorney, 1807

17 Estate papers of William Cockburn, 1810

18 Memorandums for Mr. Blanchard, instructions for view of land and trial of case sent to Lt. Swords, Robert Henry, and William Cockburn, 1771

19 Property: Lists and accounts showing lands owned by the Cockburn family and land surveyed by them, or for which they were agents, ca.1766, 1803

20 Property: Memorandum book of William Cockburn Jr. relating to lands which he helped survey, 1796

21 Slave bill of sale: Catherine Dumond of Kingston, Ulster County to William Cockburn, one "Negro wench named Sarr," [Sarr was an area surname], 1799

22 Slave bill of sale: H.B. Slight of Rochester, Ulster County to J[ames?] C[ockburn?], one "Negro man named Stephen," 1804

23 Subscription for choosing new officers - [James Cockburn for Lieutenant], 1797, n.d.

24 Will of Nicholas Crouselor, of Catskill, Greene County, a copy, 1796

25 Miscellaneous papers, 1801-1803, 1808, 1830, 1851, n.d.


Writings

26 Miscellaneous verse


Land Papers

27-29 Miscellaneous papers, unidentified locations

30 27 maps, unidentified locations, (and fragments)

31 16 maps, unidentified locations


New York State

32 2 maps of lands in southeastern New York State from the Hudson River to Seneca Lake. The rivers are labeled with Iroquois names. The map entitled "Susquahannah and ye lands on Schohary Kill west of Batavia [Kill] in lots taken from a map in possession of Martinus Van Alsten living on ye premises, 1769." Also map of lands in [Catskill?] township, Greene County, belonging to Cadwallader Colden, Vincent Matthews, George Clark, Garret Van Bergen, Martin Van Bergen and Francis Salsbury, 1769

33 Map of southeastern and central part of the state from Wawayanda Patent in Orange County to Jersey Field Patent in Herkimer and Fulton County and from the Hudson River to the Susquehanna, Delaware and Mohawk Rivers

34 Papers on the New York and Pennsylvania border, ca.1786


Albany County
See Greene County for southern portion of former Albany County. See Miscellaneous Field Books.
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Broome County

1 Letter to [?] Cockburn regarding Squire Whitaker's land in Sanford, 1789

2 Map indenture and surveys of land in Sanford Township, 1801


See Oswego County


Chenango County

3 Map of Bainbridge, Coventry and Afton (formerly Clinton), n.d.


Clinton County

4 Map and survey of Beekman's Patent, Beekman Township, by William Cockburn, 1772

5 Field book of Elkana Dean's Patent, Chazy Township, by James Cockburn and Jacob Trumpbour Jr., 1798

6 Map of Plattsburgh, [ca.1780s]


Columbia County
See also Miscellaneous Field Books

7 Map of [Canaan?] Wawieghnunck Patent and Kings Improvements by William Cockburn, n.d.

8 2 maps and 2 surveys of farms in Claverack, 1790-1801

9 Field book with 7 maps of farms in Claverack, 1765

10 Map, survey, and accounts on [John] Van Rensselaer, lands in Claverack, Kinderhook, and Hillsdale, 1785, 1799

11 Field book of Claverack, 1802

12 Map fragment and figures of Hillsdale and Kinderhook, n.d.

13 Letters regarding land in Stockport, 1844


Delaware County
See also Ulster - Hardenbergh Patent. See also Miscellaneous Field Books. See also Otsego County.

14 2 surveys on the boundaries of the proposed county, 1792, 1793

15 2 maps of the border between Delaware and Schoharie counties, showing the Utsantha Lake, 1798, n.d.

16 Letter to James Cockburn regarding land from George Hunt, Andes Township, 1825

17 Letter to James Cockburn relating to lease, Delhi, 1822

18 Letter to James Cockburn relating to land in Hamden, from Eli Bagley, 1827

19 Map of Leake's (Lake's) Patent and the Bedtington Township, now Franklin, Walton, and Hamden, n.d.

20 Map and survey of Harper's Patent, Harpersfield, 1788

21 Survey and memo for Banyar's Patent, Kortright, Meredith and Davenport townships, 1770, 1800

22 2 maps, survey, and papers of Evan's Patent, in Masonville, Tompkins, and Sidney townships, by James Cockburn, ca.1771, 1800

23 Surveys and papers in Pinefield and Rapelje's Patent, Masonville, Tompkins and Sidney townships, ca.1793, 1809

24 Map of lots in Cockburn's Gore, Masonville Township, n.d.

25 Map and account for Evan's and Walton Patents, Masonville and Tompkins townships, n.d.

26 Survey and receipt for Whites or Whiteboro Patent, Meredith and Delhi townships, 1770, 1813

27 Letter to James Cockburn regarding a lease from Cornelis Greffen, Middleton Township, 1811

28 Map of Evans Patent and some of Walton's Patent, Sidney, Masonville, and Tompkins townships, by William and James Cockburn and John Cox, 1792

29 Indenture between John Hansen and William Cockburn in Walton's and Rapelje's patents, Sidney, Masonville, and Tompkins townships, 1793

30 Two indentures between Thomas Franklin and William Cockburn in Walton's and Rapelje's patents, Sidney, Masonville and Tompkins townships, 1795


Dutchess County
See also Ulster County. See also Miscellaneous Field Books.

31 Letter to William Cockburn regarding land in Fishkill, 1800

32 Map of Jacob Benson's farm in Nine Partners Patent, and related papers, 1797, n.d.

33 Field book of Little Nine Partners with a description of lots, 1743

34 Surveys of George Clark's and Thomas Wenham's lands in Little Nine Partners Patent, 1743, n.d.

35 Maps of four farms in Lot No. 6 in Little Nine Partners Patent by William Cockburn ,Jr., 1797

36 Two indentures of Pawling Precinct, Lot No. 10 in Beekman's Patent by Margaret Livingston to others, 1786

37 Land papers on Pawling Precinct in Beekman's Patent, ca.1784, 1801

38 6 maps and one due bill for lands in the vicinity of Poughkeepsie, 1770, 1789, n.d.

39 Surveys and letters pertaining to the Commons, unimproved, and private lands in Poughkeepsie, 1748, 1770, n.d.

40 Field book with 35 maps of the Poughkeepsie and Nine Partners vicinity, 1770

41 Letter to William Cockburn regarding lands from Richard Davis of Poughkeepsie, 1782

42 2 maps and surveys of the Glebe, showing the property of John Seabury, Crannell's Mill Pond, Fall Kill, and Filkington Road, 1772, n.d.

43 2 surveys on Schuyler Patent near Jan Casperus Creek [Poughkeepsie], ca.1696, 1699

44 Indenture for Morgan Lewis land in Rhinebeck precinct, 1783

45 4 maps and papers on the boundary between Matthew Van Etton and Thomas Tillotson in Rhinebeck Patent by William Cockburn, ca.1790

46 Map of Col. [Morgan] Lewis farm in Staatsburgh, Hyde Park Township, n.d.

47 Map of lands of Morgan Lewis, C[atherine] Pawling, and R.G. Livingston, Noxon, Andreus Buck, n.d.

48 Letter regarding money meant for William Cobbin, 1803


Essex County

49 Map of boundary between Essex and Washington counties, by John Kiersted, 1806

50 Survey of land in Ticonderoga, 1765, 1770

51 Accounts of surveying expenses for Sumner's Vale Crown, Point Township (includes Ticonderoga), William Cockburn, William Cockburn Jr., James Cockburn, and Jacob Trumpbour Jr., ca.1768-1806

52 Map and survey of properties in Crown Point and Ticonderoga, 1771

53 5 maps of tracts in the Crown Point and Ticonderoga vicinities by William Cockburn, 1775

54 3 maps, survey, and land papers of Sumner's Vale in Crown Point and Ticonderoga, ca.1775-1822

55 Map of lots in Sumner's Vale and the tracts of Samuel Deal, John Kelly and others in Crown Point and Ticonderoga, 1798

56 Indentures and related papers on Sumner's Vale Patent, Crown Point Township (includes Ticonderoga), 1801, 1802, 1806

57 Memoranda book of lots in Sumner's Vale, Crown Point Township, 1806

58 Map of lands in Crown Point and Ticonderoga, n.d.

59 Map by Colden of lands in Crown Point and Ticonderoga, n.d.

60 2 maps of lands in Crown Point, n.d.

61 Map of 32 lots in Sumner's Vale and the tracts of Samuel Deal, John Kelly and others in Crown Point and Ticonderoga, by Jacob Trumpbour Jr., 1798

62 Map of tracts of Samuel Deal, John Kelly and others in Crown Point and Ticonderoga, n.d.

63 3 maps of Samuel Deal's Tract and others in Ticonderoga, n.d.

64 Map of lots in Sumner's Vale and the tracts of Samuel Deal and others in Crown Point and Ticonderoga, by James Cockburn, n.d.


Franklin County
See also Jefferson and Lewis counties

65 Survey book of Macomb's Purchase, Great Lot 1, Township No. 15, below Duanesburg belonging to Richard Ray and James Cockburn, by James Cockburn and Walter A. Cockburn, 1846

66 Indenture for Macomb's Purchase, Great Lot 1, Township No. 15, below Duanesburg, belonging to the heirs of Richard Ray [and James Cockburn], 1846


Fulton County
See also Montgomery County and Miscellaneous Field Books

67 Map and papers of Northampton Township and Broadalbin, ca.1789-1799
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See also Ulster and Schoharie counties, Ulster-Hardenbergh Patent, and Miscellaneous Field Books

1 Map of the south of Greene County in Hunter and Catskill townships showing two lakes and the Caderskill

2 4 maps and papers of unidentified lands

3 Papers of unidentified land [may be Coeyman's Patent, including Peter Bronk's Creek, Coxsackie and the Travis family, New Baltimore Township?]


Map of William Cockburn's lands at Blue Hills (outer ridge of Catskill Mountains), Catskill Township, 1803, 42 x 104.5 cm. (In Map case)

4 Indenture settlement between William Cockburn and William and Joshua [Fairs?], 1809

5 Papers pertaining to military rights at various patents, ca.1787-1806

6 3 maps of patents along with the Catskill (Blue) Mountains from Van Bergen, Fraser and Hammond in Durham and Windham townships through Cairo and Hunter townships to George Butrick Patent in Catskill Township, n.d.

7 Map and extract from letters patent granted ...three tracts...Greenville, Cairo, Durham, Ashland, and Prattsville, Greene County and Conesville, Schoharie County, 1803 extract from 1767 document

8 2 maps of the tracts of Martin Van Bergen and George Butrick MacLean and Treat and others in Cairo and Catskill townships, by William Cockburn, 1768

9 Map and survey of lots in Elnathan Fitch's Patent near Van Bergen's Patent on the Shingle Kill in Cairo Township, 1789

10 Map of State Lands in Windham Township and part in Cairo and Hunter townships, n.d.

11 6 maps and papers regarding Vincent Matthew's Patent belonging to Jacob Trumpbour, Matthew Dederick, Guysbert Dederick, Andries Eligh and John Crawford in southern Catskill Township, ca.1756-1798

12 Bond abstraction and map sketch for Johannes Trompour of land in southern Catskill Township, 1764, 1770

13 Map of Catskill, Kiskatom, Lockerman and other patents south of Catskill, in Catskill Township, bordered on the west by Caderskill and on the east by the Hudson River, 1768

14 Map and memo of lands south of Catskill including Ten Broeck Patent in Catskill Township, 1770

15 2 maps with indentures pertaining to Loveridge Patent just south of Catskill Township, 1774, 1801

16 7 maps and papers regarding lands in the vicinity of the Catskill (Blue) Mountains and the Beaver, Kiskatamaniske and Caderskill in southern Catskill Township, 1796-1797

17 Papers regarding the Catskill (Blue) Mountains and Kiskatamon Patent in southern Catskill Township, ca.1799-1810

18 5 maps of William Cockburn's lands at the Catskill (Blue) Mountains (outer) Ridge and Caderskill in southern Catskill Township, ca.1801, 1808

19 Letter to William Cockburn about lands in Catskill Township, 1803

20 4 maps on one sheet of the Great Fly, Lockerman, Vincent Matthews and Ten Broeck patents in Catskill Township, n.d.

21 3 maps and papers regarding the lands of Vincent Matthews, Cadwallader Colden, Myndert Scutt, Dederick Marterstock (Mauterstock) and others in southern Catskill Township, n.d.

22 3 maps of the tracts of Silvester Salisbury, Casperus Bronck, Martin Van Bergen, and others where Coxsackie, Greenville and Cairo townships join, by William Cockburn, ca.1769, 1799

23 Papers relating to Seton's Patent, New Durham Township, ca.1767-1809

24 Survey of Sir Henry Seton's Patent, Durham Township, by William Cockburn, 1770

25 Map and survey of Maitland's Tract, Durham Township, 1788, n.d.

26 Papers relating to Seton's Patent, Durham Township, ca.1788-1809

27 Papers relating to Lots 6 and 7 in Seton's Patent, Durham Township, 1790-1791

28 Indenture for Robert and John Watts for land in the vicinity of Remsen and Lang Patent in Durham and Cairo townships, 1795

29 Papers relating to William Cockburn's guardianship of Henry Seton's Patent, Durham Township, ca.1795-1798

30 Map, survey and indenture in Charles Hurst's Lot No. 35, in the First Division of the 2nd Tract of Van Bergen's Patent, Durham Township, copied from David Baldwin's survey by John Kiersted and William Cockburn, ca.1796, 1800

31 Papers relating to the Boardman farm in Freehold, a part of Durham, 1800

32 Papers relating to Durham Township, ca.1800-1807

33 Papers relating to the sale of Charles Hurst's Lot No. 35 in the First Division of the 2nd Tract of Van Bergen's Patent, Durham Township, ca.1801-1810

34 Map and field book of part of Daniel Crean's Patent, Durham Township and part in Conesville, Schoharie County, by James Cockburn, 1803

35 Survey book of lands southward and eastward of Dice's Manor, in "States Gore," Durham Township, by James Cockburn, 1806

36 Map and indenture of Daniel Bagley's farm in Seton's Patent, Durham Township, [1823?]

37 3 maps of Van Bergen, Crean (Cran's?, Crane's?) and Dice's patents, Durham Township and Conesville, Schoharie County, n.d.

38 3 maps of the Batavia Patent, Windham Township, one by William Cockburn Jr., 1736, 1797

39 3 maps and related papers for land near Batavia Patent, Windham Township by William and James Cockburn, 1779, 1795, 1806

40 3 maps and papers of Batavia Patent, Windham Township, 1793, 1796, 1802, n.d.

41 6 maps of Abijah Hammond's Tract, Windham Township, by James Cockburn, ca.1790-1804

42 2 maps, 2 field books and related papers on Abijah Hammond's Tract, Windham Township, by James Cockburn, 1801, 1805-1807, 1814, 1831

43 Map of Van Bergen Patent, 2nd Division, Windham Township, by William Cockburn, n.d.

44 6 maps of "the State Land," Van Bergen, Hammond and Batavia patents in Windham Township, Crean (Cran? Crane?) and Dice Patent in Durham Township and Conesville, Schoharie County, by John Kiersted, George Stimson and John Wigram, 1806

45 Field book with 3 maps of state lands in western Windham and Durham townships, by James Cockburn, 1805-1806

46 Map and papers on settlers in unappropriated state lands in western Windham and Durham townships and north into Schoharie County, 1805, 1806

47 Map of lands in Windham Township at the confluence of Schoharie and Batavia kills, n.d.
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Herkimer County
See also Montgomery and Oneida counties

1 Survey and 2 maps, one of Walton Patent, Newport Township, and one of Remsenburgh Tract, West Bruynswick and Russia townships and Servis's Patent, Remsen and Trenton townships, Oneida County, 1793

2 Map of various patents south of the Mohawk River, German Flatts, Warren, Little Falls, Danube and Stark townships. Also Montgomery County. For Philip Livingston, 1771

3 Map and survey of patents including Alexander Colden, Cosby's Manor and Hasenclever, 1784

4 4 maps of Anna Kast Patent (within Cosby's Patent), Schuyler Township, 1786, 1793, 1794, n.d.

5 Papers relating to Bayard's Patent (Free Mason's Patent) and the estate of John Weatherhead, Litchfield Township, 1795, 1799

6 Map of Glens Purchase in Herkimer, Fairfield and Little Falls townships and part of the 4th Allotment of the Royal Grant, Manheim and Salisbury Township, n.d.


Jefferson County (See also Franklin and Lewis Counties)

7 Map and survey of Macomb's Purchase, Great Tracts 3 and 4 shown here as the tracts of Peter Chassanis, William Inman and others. Also in a part of Lewis County, 1794

8 Survey map of Roosevelt's north boundary line [south of Macomb's Purchase, Great Tract 4], 1794


Lewis County See also Jefferson and Franklin counties

9 Map of Macomb's line from Oothoudt's northwest corner to the northwest corner of Totten and Crossfield's No. 5. Appears to be the south border of Lewis County, ante 1793

10 Map of Brantingham Tract, Brantingham Township, belonging to William Inman, 1794

11 2 surveys of William Inman's Triangle, Leyden Township, and Brantingham Tract, Brantingham Township, 1795, n.d.,

12 Map of Inman's Triangle, Leyden Township, n.d.

13 Map of Inman's Triangle, Leyden Township, n.d.

14 Map of part of Inman's Triangle, Leyden Township, n.d.

15 Map of a portion of Inman's Triangle, Leyden Township, 1793

16 Map of Chassanis Tract, east of the Black River from Lowville, by William Cockburn and son, 1794


Mohawk Valley - See Miscellaneous Field Books


See also Fulton and Herkimer counties

17 3 maps and surveys of Corry's Patent, Charlestown and Glen Townships, 1766, 1793

18 Map and papers of Lots 84, 80, 56 in Corry's Patent in Charlestown and Root townships, n.d.

19 Map and papers of Bleecker's Patent (Otsquage Patent), Minden and Canajoharie townships, 1738, 1772, 1806

20 Field book of lands in Philip Livingston Patent, including Lots 15 and 23, Minden Township; Lot 49, Canajoharie Township; Lot 26, Stark, Herkimer County; and Lot 41, property of Peter Dubois, 1772

21 Papers on lands in Montgomery County (may now be Fulton County), ca.1784-1794


Oneida County
See also Herkimer County. See also Miscellaneous Field Books

22 Copy map of Cosby's Patent, Deerfield, Whitestown, Utica and New Hartford Township, 1787

23 2 maps and papers of part of Oriskany Patent, Deerfield and Rome townships, 1794, n.d.

24 2 maps of Sadaqueda Patent granted to Hugh Wallace, Deerfield Township, n.d.

25 Map of Bayard's Patent, (Free Masons Patent), Lot 37 (28-30, 36-38, 45-47) in Paris Township belonging to John E. Wynkoop, by William Cockburn, Jr. and Charles C. Brodhead, 1794

26 Map of tracts in Lee, Western, Steuben and Trenton townships, n.d.

27 Field book of part of the Oriskany Patent, Whitestown and Rome townships, by James Cockburn, 1789

28 Miscellaneous papers, 1772, 1803, n.d.


See Oswego County


Orange County See also Sullivan County and Miscellaneous Field Books

29 1 map on parchment, colored, of Minisink Patent, with eight divisions in Orange County and Division 8 in New Jersey, n.d.

30 Map and papers in Minisink Patent, 1704, 1765, 1804, 1808, n.d.

31 Map of Minisink Patent, Lot No. 40, 1st Division, Deer Park Township, n.d.

32 3 maps of Minisink Patent, Lots 2 and 3, 6th Division, Deer Park Township, 1800, 1804, n.d.

33 8 maps and papers in Minisink Patent, 6th Division, Deer Park Township, 1804, n.d.

34 Field book fragment, primarily in Minisink Patent, 6th Division, Deer Park Township, [ca.1804?]

35 Map of Minisink Patent, Lots in 6th Division, Deer Park Township, n.d.

36 Indenture of land in Minisink Patent, Lot No. 6, 4th Division, Wallkill Township, 1805


Oswego County

37 Title of the military lands in Hannibal Township, 1792

38 Paper relating to military tracts in Hannibal and Lysander townships, also in Brutus, Cayuga County and Pompey, Onondaga County, n.d.


Otsego County
See also Delaware and Schoharie counties and Miscellaneous Field Books

39 Letter of John Kelly to William Cockburn wanting to sell his land in Belvidere Patent, 1783

40 2 maps and letter to Cadwallader and David Colden's Tract granted by Colonel George Croghan, and the patents of George Croghan, Volkert Dow and John C. Hartwick, 1770, 1771

41 4 maps and surveys. 3 maps are of Cadwallader and David Colden's Tract, Burlington Township. One sheet also includes part of Frederick Young Patent in Cherry Valley Township, ca.1772-1774

42 Letter to James Cockburn relating to bartering as payment, in Cherry Valley, 1820

43 Survey book of Frederick Young Patent, Cherry Valley Township, n.d.

44 Map of Cherry Valley, Middlefield, Hartwick, Otsego and Springfield, n.d.

45 Map and field book with 2 maps, Nettlefield (Loudon) Patent, Lot No. 1, divided into 20 farms, Decatur Township, by William Cockburn and William Cockburn, Jr., 1792

46 Field book with one map, Nettlefield (Loudon) Patent, Lot No. 1, divided into 20 farms, also south part of No. 3 Decatur Township, by William Cockburn, Jr., ca. ante 1801

47 Map of Nettlefield (Loudon) Patent and Southern Belvidere Patent in Decatur and Roseboom Townships, n.d.

48 Map of the patents of Belvidere, Nettleton (Loudon), Alexander McKee, Volkert Oothoudt, Arendt Brandt, Middlefield; John Lindsey in Milford, Westford, Cherry Valley, Roseboom, and Decatur townships, n.d.

49 Map of Alexander Wallace Tract (and Sir William Johnson) for Henry Hill, Oneonta Township, 1773-1774

50 Map of Volkert Dow Tract, southeast of Schuyler Lake (then Canaderago Lake), Otsego Township, copy of Naning Vischer's map, ca.1771

51 Survey book with 1 map, Nettlefield (Loudon) Patent, Lot No. 1 divided into 20 farms, and Lot No. 3, Decatur Township, also Belvidere Patent, Lots No. 1, 7 and 9, Roseboom Township, by William Cockburn Jr., 1792

52 2 maps and survey book of Belvidere Patent, Lot No. 1, divided into Roseboom Township

53 Map of the junction of Belvidere, Oothoudt, and McKee patents by James Cockburn, 1800

54 Miscellaneous papers, 1794, 1818, 1825, n.d.
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Rensselaer County

1 2 maps and papers on properties in Schaticoke Township, [1741, 1792]

2 Letter regarding a border of Van Rensselaer manor, 1799


Saratoga County and Saratoga Patent
See also Washington County and Ulster-Hurley Patent for a deed on the back of a map of the 13th Allotment

3 Papers relating to Kayaderosseras Patent, n.d.

4 Papers relating to the division of the estate of Robert Livingston 3rd, Lord of the Manor, among his daughters Mrs. Mary Duane, Mrs. Catharine Patterson, and Mrs. Alida Gardner. Lists of allotments, great lots and farms, ca.1792

5 Map of Grt. Lt. 1, Stillwater Township, 1792, shows junction of Anthony's Kill with Hudson River

6 3 maps of Great Lot 1, Stillwater Township and Great Lot [42?], Easton Township, Washington County, n.d.

7 2 maps of Great Lot 1, 8, 9, Stillwater Township, n.d.

8 Field book with 4 maps of Great Lot 1, 9, Stillwater Township, Saratoga County and Great Lot 42, 43, Easton Township, Washington County, belonging to Mrs. Mary (Livingston) Duane, by William Cockburn and William Cockburn, Jr., 1792

9 Papers relating to Great Lot 1, 19, 28 and others, 1750, 1780, 1791, 1792, n.d.

10 Survey book of Great Lot 9, Stillwater Township and Great Lot 19, Saratoga Township, Saratoga County and Great Lot 43, Easton Township, Washington County, belonging to Mrs. Catharine (Livingston) Patterson, by William Cockburn and William Cockburn, Jr., 1792

11 Map of Great Lot 9, Stillwater Township, n.d.

12 Map of Great Lot 9 [Great Lot 8?], Stillwater Township, n.d.

13 Survey of Great Lot 10, Stillwater Township, 1792

14 Map of Great Lot 19, Saratoga Township, n.d.

15 2 maps of Great Lot 19, 28, Saratoga Township, n.d.

16 Map of Great Lot 28, Saratoga Township, n.d.

17 4 maps of Great Lot 28 and 56, Saratoga Township, belonging to William L. Gardner, by William Cockburn, 1794, n.d. [Great Lot 56 is on the northeast border of Great Lot 28]

18 Map of Great Lot 29, Easton Township, Washington County, n.d.

19 11 maps of Great Lot 34, Easton Township, Washington County, by William Cockburn, n.d.

20 3 maps of Great Lot 42, 43, Easton Township, Washington County. Division of Robert Livingston's estate among his daughters, 1792, n.d.

21 Map of Great Lot 42 and 43, Easton Township, Washington County, showing bounds with Hoosick Patent, 1791


Schenectady County

22 6 maps of Schenectady church land in Princetown formerly owned by John Wemp and Arent Bradt and lands west into Duanesburgh all on the Schenectady and Albany County borders, 1737

23 1 map and survey of lands in Duanesburgh Township, 1768

24 4 maps and surveys of lands belonging to Peter, Philip and Jacob Mirakel in Duanesburgh south of Schohary Kill in Lot L, 1768

25 Papers relating to the lands of James Duane in Duanesburgh and elsewhere, 1793, 1803

26 Field book with 2 maps concerning a farm, Captain Voight vs. James Duane, 1796

27 Copy map of one done by John R, Bleecker of William Appel's Patent near Schenectady, copy of 1762 map


Schoharie County
See also Greene and Otsego counties

28 Survey for Hendrick Schoonmaker's Patent in the vicinity of Broome and Blenheim townships, n.d.

29 Map of tracts of John Butler, John Weatherhead and others in Blenheim Township, n.d.

30 Papers relating to Dice's Manor granted to Ury Rightmeyer in Broome Township, and a part in Greene County, 1754, 1792, n.d.

31 Map showing Dice's Manor, Broome Township, n.d.

32 Map of patents of Jacob Borst and others and Goldsbrow Banyar in Cobleskill Township, 1793

33 3 maps of the patents of Butler, W. Bauch, Vrooman and others at Brakabeen in Fulton, Blenheim and Broome townships, 1769, n.d.

34 Map of John Butler's tracts in Middleburgh and Fulton townships, n.d.

35 2 maps of Vrooman tracts in Middleburgh and Fulton townships, n.d.

36 Map of the traverse of the Schoharie Creek, by William Cockburn, 1768

37 5 maps and surveys relating to the lands of Abraham and John H. Ten Eyck, Schoharie Township, by William Cockburn, 1768-1769, 1792-1793

38 Map of tracts of Coeyman and Morris, Augustus Van Cortlandt, Lambert and Starnberger in Schoharie Township, 1769

39 Map of George Clark's Tract in Middleburgh and Schoharie townships, from a map by J.R. Bleecker, n.d.

40 2 maps, survey and land papers of Stephen Skinner's Patent and tract conveyed by George Croghan to Cadwallader Colden in Sumit and Cobleskill Township, Otsego County, 1791

41 Miscellaneous papers relating to lands in the county and region, 1770-1807


Steuben County
See Miscellaneous Field Books


Sullivan County
See also Orange County and Miscellaneous Field Books

42 Receipt relating to survey of Sandburgh, a part of Fallsburgh, 1797

43 Field book fragments of Minisink Patent, Lots 15 and 16, 7th Division, Lumberland Township, 1804, 1806

44 Papers relating to Minisink Patent, 7th Division, Lumberland Township, 1809, n.d.

45 Map of Minisink Patent, Lot 15, 7th Division, Lumberland Township, by William Cockburn, 1809

46 Map of Minisink Patent, 1st and 7th Division in Minisink and Thompson townships, n.d.

47 Map of Minisink Patent, 3rd and 5th Division, Mamakating Township, 1765

48 Letter requesting William Cockburn to settle land dispute between occupants in Mamakating and the heirs of Cornelius C. Schoonmaker, 1799

49 Map of Minisink Patent, 1st and 2nd Division, lying between the Neversink (Mahagamakkill Mad) and Basher's Kill in Mamakating Township, Younghouse/Yaghouse is in the vicinity of Wurtsboro, n.d.

50 Map and letters relating to lot in Desbrosses land in Newfoundland, a part of Forestburgh, Lots 52, 53 and 54, 1794-1796

51 Letter relating to the lotting of Westfield, now in Rockland, 1788
6
Ulster County - Hardenbergh Patent (includes Delaware, Greene and Sullivan counties)
See also Ulster County and Miscellaneous Field Books

1 3 maps of the majority of the patent, n.d.

2 Agreement between the proprietors for a partial division, 1749

3 Agreement between some proprietors regarding dispute along the northern border, 1797

4 Draft agreement for William Cockburn to act as agent for proprietors, 1795

5 Expense accounts of boundary and other surveys, 1799, 1809

6 Papers relating to the western boundary and lands between the branches of the Delaware, 1785, 1796

7 Map and papers relating to the border dispute between Kingston Corporation and the Hardenbergh proprietors, 1768, 1771, n.d.

8 3 maps and papers relating to the Delaware River and branches, 1769, 1785, n.d.

9 2 maps of the traverse of the Delaware River per John Cox, ca.1790

10 2 maps and papers, miscellaneous, unidentified by Great Lot, 1784-1802, 1807

11 Papers relating to Division allotments, many pertaining to Great Lot No. 2, 1793-1803

12 Survey of Great Lot 1, Lot No. 2 in Lot No. 11, in Thompson, Sullivan County belonging to Francis Andrews, 1808

13 2 maps and surveys of Great Lot 1, in Thompson, Sullivan County, by William Cockburn and William Cockburn Jr., 1792, 1807, n.d.

14 Map of Great Lot 1, Lot 37, Sullivan County, a copy, n.d.

15 Survey book of Great Lot 1, from the Sandberg to the Delaware; north bounds of Hardenbergh Patent; border with Rochester, Ulster County, by James Cockburn, ca.1776-1796

16 Map of Great Lot 2, of Elishe B. Maynard's Farm, 1793

17 3 maps of Great Lot 2, allotments 9 and 10, Lots 69, 76, 77, Fallsburgh Township, Sullivan County, 1793, n.d.

18 Field books and papers of Great Lot 2, Lots 3, 4, 19, 20, 30, 31, 69, 77; Great Lot 17, Lots 53, 54; Great Lot 20, Lots 36, 37; Great Lot 36, Lots 58, 59 and Great Lot 49, Lot 37, 1793

19 Letter relating to Great Lot 2, Lots 10, 13, 19 from Gerrit Van Horne to James Cockburn, Sullivan County, 1796

20 Account for Great Lot 2, Lots 7, 16, 27, 74; Great Lot 17, Lot 46; Great Lot 20, Lot 40 and Great Lot 36, Lot 62 belonging to Duane and Cunningham, n.d.

21 Petition of Great Lot 2, Lots 24 and 76; Great Lot 7, Lot 50; Great Lot 36, Lot 65 and Great Lot 49, Lot 6, rights of Sarah Tilson, 1797

22 Map of Great Lot 2, Lot 27, Sullivan County, n.d.

23 Letters on Great Lot 2, Lot 33, Colchester, Delaware County, regarding the heirs of Jacob W. Tremper, 1798

24 Map, field book and papers of Great Lot 3 relating to the estate of Nancy Ryerse (Mrs. Gerardus Hardenbergh) in Sullivan County, 1793-1794

25 2 maps and papers of Great Lot 3 relating to the lands of Charles Broadhead, Johannis Hardenbergh, and others, Sullivan County, 1782, 1784, 1791, 1793, n.d.

26 3 maps of Great Lot 3, tracts in Fallsburgh, Liberty and Neversink townships, west of the Neversink River in Sullivan County, includes Broadhead Tract, 1794, n.d.

27 2 maps and papers of Great Lot 4, "Westfield Township," Rockland, Sullivan County and Colchester, Delaware County, 1785, 1788, 1789, 1807, n.d.

28 Survey book of Great Lot 4, "Westfield," Rockland, Sullivan County and Colchester, Delaware County, n.d.

29 Field book with 13 maps of Great Lot 4, "Westfield," Rockland, Sullivan County and Colchester, Delaware County, n.d.

30 Field book of Great Lot 4, 1788

31 Papers of Great Lot 5, especially Lots 51-53, relating to the lands of James Desbrosses and John Hunter and others, 1791, 1802, 1809, 1811-1815

32 Map and papers of Great Lot 6, a farm leased by Samuel Verplanck to John Kiersted, Colchester, Delaware County, 1811, 1823, 1829-1832

33 Papers relating to Great Lot 6 [or 7?], Verplanck Patent, 1822-1827

34 Map of [Great Lot 7?] Lands of Joanna, Alida and Edward, the heirs of Robert Livingston, [1746-1813?], n.d.

35 Survey book of Great Lot 8, Edward Livingston; Great Lot 41, [?] 5,000-acre tract, and Great Lot 21, Guilian Verplanck's portion, n.d.

36 Map of Great Lot 8, R.R. Livingston's 1,200 acres, [1762?]

37 2 maps of farms in Great Lot 8, Middletown, [Delaware?] County, 1795

38 2 maps, surveys and papers on Great Lot 11 and the Minisink Patent (Younghouse/Yaghouse) located at Wurtsboro, now Mamakating, Sullivan County ca.1790-1793

39 Map and papers on Great Lot 11, farms of Martin King, Maria Roosa, and John Obiant, 1806, 1809

40 Survey of Great Lot 17, Lot 49, Sullivan County, n.d.

41 Papers for Great Lot 19 mentioning Charles Broadhead [sic], Reverend Hermans Mier, and Rachel Mier, Roxbury Township, Delaware County, n.d.

42 Papers for Great Lot 19, Roxbury Township, Delaware County, copied by William Johnson, includes Great Lot 41, 42, 51-54, n.d.

43 Map of southern border of Great Lots 19-26, 1776


2 maps of Great Lot 19-26, 42, 51-54, being primarily concerned with the sub-divisions of Great Lot 20 in Lexington Township, Greene County (some lots in Delaware county), 1787

44 Survey of Great Lot 20, Lot 42 in Windham Township, Greene County, n.d.

45 Map and survey of Great Lot 20, Lot 43 in Windham Township, Greene County, 1785, 1797

46 Survey of Great Lot 20, Lot 44 in Windham Township , Greene County, 1797

47 List of leases of Great Lot 21 and 48 in Lexington and Windham townships, Greene County, 1799

48 Lease of Great Lot 22, Lexington Township, Greene County, 1800

49 Map and papers of Great Lot 24 for Charles MacEvers, Jr., 1794-1796, 1800, n.d.
7 1 Field book with 70 maps of Great Lot 25, owned by James Desbrosses, with index of occupants, Hunter Township, Greene County, 1791

2 Indenture for Great Lot 25, Lot 9, for Adam Hoskins, 1793

3 Indenture for Great Lot 25, Lot 12, 179[?]

4 Lease for Great Lot 25, Lot 31, for Moses Townsend, 1796

5 Map and survey of Great Lot 25, Lot 37, for David Ingersol by William Cockburn, Windham Township, Greene County, 1810

6 4 maps and papers for Great Lot 25, Lot [76?], 1786, 1795, n.d.

7 Map of lots in Great Lot 25, 1793

8 2 maps and surveys of Great Lot 25, Lot [?], for Thomas T. Smith, 1793

9 Map of Great Lot 25, lots in south end, 1795

10 Applications for Great Lot 25, ca.1795

11 Field book of Great Lot 25, 26, 36, etc., ca.1787-1788

12 Indenture relating to Great Lot 25, Lot 40, purchased by William Cockburn from Lucas Langendyck, 1796

13 Field book with 20 maps of Great Lot 25, 41 and 53 by James Cockburn, ca.1787-1807

14 Map of Great Lot 26, n.d.

15 Indentures for Great Lot 30, Lot 6, 18[?]

16 Indentures for Great Lot 32, Lot 4, for Bemonie Brock, 1809

17 Map of Great Lot 35 [1769?]

18 Map and papers for Great Lot 35, Delaware County, 1794, 1798, n.d.

19 2 maps and indenture for Great Lot 36, Lots 52-55, 57-59 for Baltus and Leonard Van Kleeck, Leonard Lewis and Filkins Schuyler, Delaware County, 1753, 1793, n.d.

20 2 maps and receipt for Great Lot 36, Lots 58 and 59, Delaware County, 1793, 1808

21 Map of Great Lot 37, Lot [?] at Papekunk for John Burch by William Cockburn, 1776

22 Land papers of Great Lot 38, Lots 1, 5, 16 and 49 in Delaware County and owned by Samuel Verplanck, 1814-1816

23 Field book with 25 maps of Great Lot 38 belonging to Samuel Verplanck, by John Kiersted, giving a list of occupants, Delaware County, ca.1810

24 Survey book of Great Lot 38, subdivided into farms, owned by Daniel Verplanck and surveyed by Jehu Burr, Delaware County, 1799

25 Map of Great Lot 39, Woosters traverse of the Pacatacan River, 1773

26 Map and survey of Great Lot 40, Stephen Wilcox's farm, 179[?]

27 Survey with 67 maps, Vol. 1, of Great Lot 41 belonging to James Desbrosses, listing occupants, Delaware County, ca.1791-1807

28 Survey with 56 maps, Vol. 2, of Great Lot 41 belonging to James Desbrosses, listing occupants in Roxbury, Stamford and Bovia townships, Delaware County, ca.1795-1806

29 Map and survey of Great Lot 41, Lot 85 of William Cockburn, Jr. and Charles C. Brodhead's land, 1794, 1797

30 Map and papers of Great Lot 41, Lots 90 and 95, Delaware County, ca.1791-1809

31 Indenture for Great Lot 41, Lot 95, Delaware County, 1797

32 Indenture for Great Lot 41, Lot 99, Delaware County, 1797

33 2 maps of Great Lot 42 to ascertain the south bounds of the Township of Stamford, Delaware County, n.d.

34 Map of Great Lot 42 of the Township of Stamford, Delaware County, n.d.

35 Papers on Great Lot 42, listing the proprietors of Stamford, Delaware County, ca.1789-1790

36 Field book of Great Lot 42, Stamford, Delaware County, lands of the estate of Robert R. Livingston, [1718-1775?], ca.1771-1786

37 Receipts for Great Lot 42, Stamford, Delaware County, 1794-1815

38 Papers on Great Lot 42, Stamford Township, Delaware County, ca.1787-1809


Map of Great Lot 42, Stamford Township, Delaware County, laid out in lots with owners' names, by William Cockburn, John Cox and William Cockburn Jr., 1787, color, 70 x 96 cm. (See map case)

39 2 maps of Great Lot 42, 49, 50-54, along the northern border, Delaware and Greene counties, 1776

40 2 maps of Great Lot 43, Lot 11, Greene County, n.d.

41 3 maps and papers on Great Lot 43-54, 19-26, along the northern border of Greene and Delaware counties, ca.1808

42 Map and survey [Great Lot 43] of land in Lots 8 and 9 in state land in Greene County on the northern border of Great Lot 43, by James Cockburn, 1805

43 3 maps and papers on Great Lot 44-49, relating to Batavia, Van Bergen and other tracts interfering with the Hardenbergh Patent, northern border, Greene County, ca.1797-1801

44 Papers on Great Lot 44-54 agreeing to the division of the northern lots, Greene and Delaware counties, 1751-1807

45 Memorandum on Great Lot 47, Greene County, n.d.

46 Letter regarding Great Lot 49 to William Cockburn from Sarah Duane, 1806

47 Agreement for Great Lot 51, Delaware County, 1789

48 4 maps and surveys on Great Lot 53 for Ezra Clauson and others by William Cockburn, 1792-1793

49 2 maps of Great Lot 53, head of Delaware, for Daniel Clark and Col. Harper, 1788

50 2 maps and surveys of Great Lot 54, Lot 12, Nathan Brownson's Farm, 1795
8 1 Maps and papers related to the settlement between Hurley patentees and Margaret (Beekman) Livingston, (Mrs. Robert R.), proprietor of Hardenbergh Great Lot 8, 1788

2 Map of a portion of Hurley by Colonel Beekman, n.d.

3 Map and papers relating to the settled line between the Hardenbergh and Hurley patents, 1786

4 Agreement to the proprietors, 1789

5 Agreement to the proprietors, 1767

6 Field book for "Hurley Patent Bush," for Allotments 1-22, giving the names of allotment proprietors, 1791

7 Memoranda book giving the allotments and lots of the patent and the respective properties and occupants, 1792 (Allotments 1-22 divided into 9 lots each)

8 Papers with 4 map sketches on the division of the patent into allotments and lots, 1792

9 Field book of Hurley Patent, William Walton's tract, and [Hardenbergh Patent?], 1793

10 Field book with 12 maps, 1797

11 Account book, 1798


1 map of the 2nd Allotment, Lots, for John Hasbrouck by Jacob Chambers, 1833

12 Names [in the Patent] vs. Noah Wood, 1805

13 Accounts and some indentures relating to the "Expense Lot," 1792-1805

14 Accounts and some indentures relating in part to the "Expense Lot," 1798-1849

15 Accounts for miscellaneous surveys, 1788, 1798, 1804-07, n.d.

16 Miscellaneous papers (1 map), including a copy of the 1716 will of May Bickley (male), 1732, 1787-1792, n.d.

17 Map of 1st Allotment, north part of Lot No. 9, Patentee Woods, n.d.

18 Papers relating to 1st Allotment, Lots 1 and 9, etc., 1792-1839

19 Field book with 11 maps of 1st Allotment Lot 4 and 2nd Allotment Lot 6 belonging to Johannes Schepmoes, 1796

20 Survey book and 1 map, 1st Allotment Lot 4 and 2nd Allotment Lot 6 in Hurley Patent Woods belonging to Johannes Schepmoes, 1796-1797

21 8 maps and papers relating to 1st Allotment Lot 4 and 2nd Allotment Lot 6 belonging to Johannes Schepmoes, 1796-1799

22 Papers with 2 maps of 1st Allotment Lots 2, 6 and 8, and 2nd Allotment Lots 4, 8 and 2, 1797-1798

23 Memoranda book of document copies of [1st Allotment Lot 8 and 2nd Allotment Lot 9?] "Five Survivor Rights in Hurley Patent Woods," 1796

24 Field book of [1st Allotment and 2nd Allotment] "Five Survivor Rights in Hurley Patent Woods," 1796

25 Survey with maps and papers of [1st Allotment and 2nd Allotment] "Five Survivor Rights in Hurley Patent Woods," 1796-1798

26 Field book with 6 maps [1st Allotment Lots 2 & 6] "Division of Two and a Half Survivor Rights in Hurley Patent Woods," 1797

27 1 map of the 2nd Allotment, Lots, for John Hasbrouck by Jacob Chambers, 1833

28 2 maps and papers of 2nd Allotment, Lot 9 relating to Olive or, Yankeetown, sawmills belonging to Robert Gage, 1829, 1833, 1837, n.d.

29 4 maps of 3rd and 4th Allotments and the "Expense Lot," n.d.

30 7 maps and papers on 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th Allotments belonging to the Newkirks. See also the memoranda book of document copies on the five survivor rights, ca.1797

31 3 maps on the 10th, 11th and 12th Allotments, n.d.

32 3 maps of the 11th, 14th to 18th and 19th to 21st Allotments, n.d.

33 1 map of the 12th Allotment, n.d.

34 4 maps on the 13th Allotment (Also 3rd-9th Allotment). A map is on the back of a deed by Margaret Livingston to Tobias Clements of land in the Saratoga Patent, October 15, 1791, 1791, 1796, n.d.

35 2 maps and survey on the 14th Allotment for Elias Ostrander in Woodstock, 1788

36 3 maps and surveys of the 15th and 16th Allotments for Benjamin V[an]Etten, Jr., at Woodstock, 1788

37 2 maps and papers on the 17th and 18th Allotments for David Vrandenburgh, at Woodstock, 1788, n.d.

38 Papers on the 19th Allotment, Yankeetown (Olive), n.d.

39 Papers on the 22nd Allotment, Lot 9, n.d.

40 Map and survey for Barent Lewis' Farm, Woodstock, 1786, n.d.

41 Map and papers for John Moss's lot at Woodstock and Shandaken, 1866

42 4 maps and papers on Peter Short, Jr.'s leased farm at Woodstock, ca.1800, 1806, 1807

43 1 map and papers on various farms in Woodstock, ca.1776-1837

44 Letters describing Woodstock, Ulster County, ca.1798
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Ulster County
See also Hardenbergh and Hurley Patents. See also Orange, Greene and Albany counties

1 Papers relating to Indian agreements with the Kingston Corporation, ca. 1783, copies of 1600-1690s documents

2 Field book of the partition line run between the counties of Albany [now Greene] and Ulster depicting the area of Saugerties and Kingston townships, by William Cockburn, 1765

3 Map and papers relating to the boundary between Ulster and Albany [Greene] counties, 1771, 1772, 1766, 1790, n.d.

4 4 maps and papers relating to roads, including a road from Kingston to Greene County, ca.1799-1832

5 Field book with 10 maps relating to the Dutchess, Ulster and Delaware Turnpike "From the Hudson to the State Line," 1799

6 12 maps relating to the Dutchess, Ulster and Delaware Turnpike, running from Kingston to Wattles Ferry on the Susquehanna River, 1802-1804

7 Field book relating to the Dutchess, Ulster and Delaware Turnpike "From one mile above to the Unadilla upon the Susquehanna River to Capt. Bogardus' mill pond at the west end of the Town of Kingston," by James Darling, 1802

8 Field book relating to the Dutchess, Ulster and Delaware Turnpike from William Townsend's at the village of Walton to the Susquehanna River opposite to the Jerico Meeting House, by James Darling, 1803

9 Papers relating to the Dutchess, Ulster and Delaware Turnpike, 1803-1806

10 Survey book relating to the Dutchess, Ulster and Delaware Turnpike "On the East side of Hudson's River in Dutchess County," by John Kiersted, 1806

11 3 maps and papers on the Dumond Claim, including the lands of the Dumond family, Coonradt G. Elmendorf, and William Cockburn in [Hurley?] on the Esopus Creek. John A. DeWitt was an agent named by freeholders, 1791, 1794, 1797

12 Bill from William Cockburn to Newkirk and Peter DuBois, [Hurley?], 1803

13 Letter to William Cockburn regarding land in [Hurley?], 1808

14 Papers relating to the Cole family lands on the Esopus in Hurley Township near the Marbletown border. Includes a copy of an 1844 will of Richard Cole, 1827, 1834, 1848-1858

15 Map of the Kingston, Hurley and Marbletown borders based on the 1706 survey of Augustine Graham, n.d.

16 Map of the Kingston, Hurley, Hardenbergh and New Paltz Patent borders, in the possession of Col. Johannis Hardenbergh, n.d.

17 Map of Kingston, Hurley and Marbletown following the Roundout Kill through Wawarsing Township, "A copy of Col. Hardenberg[h]'s map," n.d.

18 Map of Kingston, Hurley, and Marbletown, "Map used on the view," by Abraham Clark, 1785

19 Papers on the boundaries of Kingston, Hurley and Marbletown, n.d.

20 Map and memo relating to the lands of the late Johannes Trumpbour in Kingston Township. Also showing the lands of Godfrey Wolfen, 1789

21 Map and papers relating to the Kingston Corporation vs. Johannes Trumpbour and Hezekiah Wynkoop over boundaries. The map is improved from [Aug.] Graham's 1706 map, showing the border between Kingston and Hurley, 1793

22 10 maps and papers on Tremper family lands in Kingston Township, 1793-1805

23 2 maps and papers on various lands in Kingston Township, 1725, 1793, 1798, 1803, 1804, 1827, 1839

24 Indenture of land from Michael Hoof to William Cockburn in [Kingston?], 1789

25 Papers relating to the lands of Mrs. Jacobus Wynne formerly was Petrus Langendyck in Kingston Township, 1790

26 Map of the Saw Kill, in Kingston or Woodstock Township, by John Cox, 1793

27 11 maps and papers relating to the lands of Hendrick Wynkoop of Kingston Township, 1795, 1796, 1803, 1806

28 Map and survey of the farm of John Freer on the north side of Roundout Kill in Kingston Township leased to John Armstrong and James Grier, 1796

29 Survey book of the "Southwest Class or Allotment in the Commons of Kingston," 1803

30 Letter from Charles Smedes relating to the estate of Petrus Smedes in Kingston and Hurley, 1808

31 3 maps and papers relating to lands in Flat Bush Class in Kingston Township belonging to John and Daniel Oosterhoudt, 1809, n.d.

32 Paper on taxes for the Kingston Commons area, 1839

33 6 maps and papers for lands on the Saw Kill in Kingston Township, including David Martin's land, ca.1862-1863

34 Map of Binnewater Class, Kinston Township, n.d.

35 3 maps of the "Traverse along the foothills from the bounds of Marbletown to the bounds of Kingston" by Will[iam] Cockburn, shows Promaker's Patent, 1791

36 2 maps and survey on Archibald Kennedy's Tract in Marlborough Township, 1715

37 Field book of the south bounds of New Paltz Patent, by John Cantine, 1796

38 Field book of a part of the south bounds of New Paltz Patent, including the John Barberie Patent, by William Cockburn, Jr., 1796

39 5 maps and papers on the south bounds of New Paltz Patent. One shows the patents and lots of individuals, 1796

40 Field book on various tracts on the south bounds of New Paltz Patent including Noah Eliting, William Bond, Hugo Freer and John Barberie, ca. 1751

41 2 maps and papers on the New Paltz Patent, 1752, 1762, n.d.

42 1 map, field book, and indenture relating to Paltz and Marbletown claims, ca.1776

43 1 map of lands in New Paltz Township between the Shawangunk Mountains and Paltz River showing the tracts of George Burnett, Richard Nichols, Stephen Dubois, and others, n.d.

44 2 maps and papers relating to tracts of Hugo Freer, Ann Mullender, Elting and Lefevre, Andries Marsalck and John Spratt, Richard Bradley and William Jevon, Thomas Garland and Lewis Dubois in Plattekill and New Paltz townships formerly in the Captain John Evans Patent, 1773, 1790, n.d.

45 3 maps and papers relating to Rochester Township, 1749/50-1807

46 Map of Dubois lands in Rochester by DeWitt, Peter Lefevre, commissioners, 1797

47 2 maps of Rosendale, a part of the estate of Colonel Johannis Hardenbergh, 1773

48 Papers relating to lands of Stephen Delessert and son, Alexander, in Rosendale. Chiefly concerned with their French and Swiss tenants and managers Dr. Cart, David Golay and Henry Jacob Born and their attempts to introduce French and Swiss methods and products, including cheese manufacture, 1801-1805
10 1 Map and survey of Saugerties Township, 1746

2 4 maps and papers relating to Lt. Thomas Swords vs. Kingston Corporation regarding land titles in Saugerties Township, 1765-1775

3 Papers relating to the transactions and leasing of Jacobus Persen's (deceased 1787) grist mill and farm at Saugerties, ca.1795-1809 (See folder jacket)

4 7 maps and surveys of Myndert and Johannes Dedricks farm on the Caters Kill and Beaver Kill, the northern part of Saugerties Township. Also shows the farm of Johannes Jury Eligh, 1774, 1779

5 4 maps and surveys of Jacob Musier, Thomas Musier, and Henry Bear's farms in Saugerties between the Fly and Fullerton patents on the Hudson River, 1778, 1783

6 3 maps and survey for lands in Saugerties Township belonging to the Schoonmakers, Godfried DeWolfen, Johannes Wolfen, Hugh Patrick and William Cockburn near the confluence of the Esopus River and the Hudson River, 1768-1810

7 Map of Henry Staats's land in Saugerties Township, by William Cockburn, 1789

8 Map of Petrus Myer's land in Saugerties Township, by William Cockburn, Jr., 1799

9 Survey book of the 6th class, Saugerties Township, 1803

10 Survey book of the 7th class and Flat Bush on the Esopus River, Saugerties and Kingston townships, 1803

11 Map of lots at Shandaken, 1786

12 Papers relating to tracts in Shawangunk Township along the Shawangunk Kill belonging to Johannes Hardenbergh and John Millar and Nicholas Killman, 1717, 1769, n.d.

13 2 maps of lands in Shawangunk Township belonging to Edward Broomhead, T. Ellison, Johannes Hardenbergh, and Joseph Sackett, n.d.

14 Map of lands in Shawangunk Township along the Shawangunk Mountains showing the Killman and Miller Tract and others. Also extends into Sullivan County, by John Kiersted, n.d.

15 2 maps and papers of tracts in Shawangunk Township between the Shawangunk Kill and the Shawangunk Mountains extending into Sullivan County, ca.1749, 1768

16 Map of lands in Shawangunk Township between the Shawangunk Mountains and the Shawangunk Kill showing the Lloyd Tract and others, 1771

17 Map of lands in Shawangunk Township on the Shawangunk Kill showing the tracts of John Van Camp and Co., Johannes Rutsen and Jacobs Bruyn, Peter Deyo, Johannes Hardenbergh and others, 1771

18 Letter to William Cockburn regarding the survey of William Decker's land in [Shawangunk?], 1774

19 Field book relating to lands along the Shawangunk Mountains in Shawangunk Township by Jacob Trumpbour Jr., 1796


Map of Woodstock Township, showing lands on the Esopus River in Oliver Township belonging to S. Van Wagenen Dumond, Wilson, P. Heger, and Atdoll, 1797, 79 x 100 cm. (See map case)

20 Papers relating to William Cockburn claims against John Weatherhead [may be in Minisink Patent now Sullivan County], 1772-1807

21 2 maps and papers on unidentified lots and tracts


Washington County
See also Essex, Sullivan and Saratoga counties; Vermont, and Miscellaneous Field Books

22 2 maps and papers relating to county lands, 1770, 1806, n.d.

23 Papers relating to Granville Patent, Granville Township, 1800, 1801, 1806

24 Map and papers relating to Kingsbury Patent, Kingsbury Township, 1762, 1790, 1822, n.d.

25 Map of Kingsbury Patent, Lots 83-92, along the northern border, Kingsbury Township, granted to Frederick John, 1770

26 Map and papers of Hutton's Bush Tract, Putnam Township (formerly Old Westfield Township), 1769, 1786-1810

27 2 maps of Hutton's Bush Patent, Putnam Township (formerly Old Westfield Township), 1801, 1810

28 5 maps and papers of lands from Putnam Township to Fort Ann including Stewart's Patent on South Bay, 1772, 1795, n.d.

29 Map of "Skenesborough" and Artillary Patent, now Whitehall Township, n.d.

30 Map of patents from "Skenesborough," Whitehall Township on South Bay to the vicinity of Wallamsack Patent, Whitecreek Township across from Pownal Township, Bennington County, Vermont, n.d.


Westchester County

31 Map and papers on Philipsburgh Patent in the vicinity of Mount Pleasant and New Castle townships, n.d.

32 Notes on the county's history


Copy map of Bedford Township shows Jay and Van Cortlandt lands, 1743, 66.5 x 83 cm. (See map case)


Vermont
(See also Essex and Washington counties)


Map of townships in Vermont, western New Hampshire and eastern New York State, 61 x 49 cm. (See map case)

33 Map and papers for tracts in Panton, Addison County belonging to William Darling and others; Robert Allen, William Herring, and William Frost; Colonel James Montressor; and Gerard William Beekman, n.d.

34 2 maps of lands in the vicinity of Monkton, Addison County to Clarendon, Rutland County, and including Chittendon County ... and Skenesborough (now Whitehall, Washington County, New York)

35 3 maps of lands in "Social borough," running between Haysborough (south of Monkton Township in Addison County) to Clarendon in Rutland County, n.d.

36 2 maps of "Mecklinburgh," in the vicinity of New Haven and Weybridge townships, Addison County granted to Gerrard William Beekman. One also shows Colonel James Montressor's Tract in Panton Township, ante 1767

37 Map and survey of "Halesborough" in the vicinity of New Haven Township, Addison County, 1771, n.d.

38 Map of lands in [Charlotte, Chittendon County?] for John MacPherson, Alexander MacPherson and others, n.d.

39 Map of lands in St. Albans Township, Franklin County, on Lake Champlain, belonging to Lt. John Kennedy, Capt. Alexander McIntosh, Lt. John Stoughton and others, 1767

40 Map and survey of lands in Castleton Township, Rutland County on Lake Bomoseen, belonging to John Watts and Michael Wells, 1771

41 3 maps and surveys of lands in Castleton and Fairhaven townships, Rutland County, on Lake Bomoseen, 1772

42 Map and papers relating to the vicinity of Middletown, Rutland County, (formerly Kelso), 1771, 1781, 1788, n.d.

43 2 maps and survey of "Durham," in the vicinity of Clarendon Township, Rutland County. Also shows Socialborough, Kelso, and Shrewsbury, 1771-1772

44 Map and survey of [Midway?] Rutland County and including Newry, Durham, Shrewsbury in Rutland County and Saltash, Reading and Windsor in Windsor County. Tract for Thomas Ludlow Jr., John Schuyler and Associates, by William Cockburn, 1775

45 2 maps of Monkton Township, Rutland County, n.d.

46 2 maps of Rupert and Dorset townships of Manchester Township (formerly Princetown), Rutland County, 1767

47 2 maps of "Fairfield," now Rutland Township, Rutland County, laid out by Asa Peabody, 1762, n.d.

48 Papers relating to lands owned by William Cockburn in Vermont (vicinity of Wells, Rutland County?), ca.1775

49 Map of the vicinity of Whiting Township, Rutland County, n.d.

50 4 maps and surveys of traverses along the "Onion," now the Winooski, River from Colchester Township to Berlin Township, Chittendon and Washington counties, 1772


2 maps on one sheet of parchment of lands in Woodbury Township, Washington County, granted to Ebenezer Wood; and of lands in "Navy," now Charleston Township, Orleans County, granted to Abraham Whipple, copied by Thomas Tulman from William Chamberlin's survey, ca.1788, 50.5 x 36 cm. on 50.5 x 71 cm. sheet (See map case)

51 3 maps and papers of lands at Wells, Rutland County, Vermont, and Granville, Washington County, New York west of Lake St. Catherine ..., 1776, ca 1807, n.d.

52 3 maps and papers relating to Chester Township, Windsor County (formerly Flamstead, Cumberland County). Also a map of New England, 1770, n.d.

53 Papers relating to southwestern Vermont between the Otter Creek region and Lake Champlain (opposite Fort Ticonderoga, in New York State), 1768, 1771, 1797, n.d.

54 Map of "Cambridge" Township on Otter Creek, unidentified location [There was a Cambridge near Stowe, Chittendon County] 1770


Miscellaneous Field Books (Brief Description)
11 1 Albany, Oneida and Steuben counties, field book (partial) - survey notes of lots in Rensselaerwyck Manor, Westerlo, Albany County; and survey chart of the lands of John Lansing Jr. and others in Steuben and Oneida counties, n.d.

2 Greene and Washington counties, field book - division of north part of Lot No. 4 between Andries Elgih, Jacob Trumpbour, Gysbert Dedrick and John Crawford, Catskill Township, Greene County; Cambridge Patent, Cambridge Township, Washington County; and Hutton's Bush, Putnam Township, Washington County, 1797, 1801

3 Hardenburgh Patent, also Dutchess, Delaware, Otsego, Ulster, Washington counties, etc., field book - "No. 9 Boundary and Remarks of Lots," by William Cockburn

4 Mohawk Valley vicinity, field book, by William Cockburn Jr., James Cockburn and Charles C. Brodhead, 1793

5 Oneida and Dutchess counties and Hardenburgh Patent, field book, "Isaac Hill ...," 1790

6 Sullivan, Orange, Oneida, Fulton counties, [etc.], memorandum of George Clarke with 1 map, of Clarkesfield, [?]; Minisink Patent in Lumberland and Thompson townships, Sullivan County and Deer Park and Calhoun townships in Orange County; Oriskany Patent in Rome, Floyd and Whitestown townships, Oneida County and Northampton patents in Northampton Township, Fulton County, 1798

7 Ulster County, field book with 73 maps - Hurley Township, 1791

8 Ulster and Columbia counties, field book with 99 map sketches - Livingston Manor, Claverack, etc., 1785-1791

9 Ulster and Delaware counties, field book - Hardenburgh Patent, Great Lots 5, 6, 7, 10, lands of Elias Desbrosses, Gulian Verplank, Bastian Enfield, and Jacob Kearns, Ulster County; Lawrence Kortright Patent, Kortright Township, Delaware County, and Goldsborough Township, Delaware County, property of Goldsbrow Banyar, granted to Edward Tudor, Bernard Ratser, and John Clark. Surveys by William Cockburn, 1773

10 Washington County, New York and Vermont, field book with 33 map sketches, 1768, 1769

11 Washington County, New York and Rutland County, Vermont, field book with 43 map sketches of the Ticonderoga, New York and Monkton, Social borough, Clarendon vicinity, n.d.

12 Unidentified, field book - [Philip Schuyler to Nicholas Walrad], [ca 1793?]


Extra Oversize Maps (See map case)


a. Greene County, map of William Cockburn's lands at Blue Hills (outer ridge of Catskill Mountains), Catskill Township, 1803, 42 x 104.5 cm


b. Hardenburgh Patent, map of Great Lot 42, Stamford Township, Delaware County. Laid out in lots with owners names, by William Cockburn, John Cox and William Cockburn, Jr., 1787, color, 70 x 96 cm


c. Ulster County, map of Woodstock Township, showing lands on the Esopus River in Oliver Township belonging to S. Van Wagenen, Dumond, Wilson, P. Heger, Atdoll, 1797, 79 x 100 cm


d. Westchester County, copy map of Bedford Township. Shows Jay and Van Cortlandt Lands, 1743, 66.5 x 83 cm


e. Vermont map of townships in Vermont, western New Hampshire and New York State, 61 x 49 cm


f. Vermont, 2 maps on one sheet of parchment of land in Woodbury Township, Washington County, granted to Ebenezer Wood; and of land in "Navy," now Charleston Township, Orleans County, granted to Abraham Whipple, copies by Thomas Tulman from William Chamberlin's survey, ca 1788, 50.5 x 36 cm and 50.5 x 35 cm on 50.5 x 71 cm sheet
Last Updated: April 15, 2010