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Records - New York

What follows is a list of Colonial and Revolutionary era records and record groups originating in New York, from the manuscript holdings in the Department of Special Collections, University Libraries of Notre Dame. Record series included here date wholly or primarily from the years before 1788.

  • GERRET KETELTAS LAND DEED. 1783. 1 document. A deed of sale recording the transfer of land and attached property from Geret Keteltas et al to Benjamin Horton, for the sum of £287. The land is located on West Neck in Suffolk County, New York. MSN/COL 4800-1-F1.

  • CHRISTOPHER A. YATES CERTIFICATE OF OFFICE. 1784. 1 document. A vellum certificate appointing Christopher A. Yates Inspector and Examiner of Pot and Pearl Ashes for the Port of New York. The document is signed by Governor George Clinton; affixed with a ribbon is a wax seal of the state of New York. MSN/COL 4801-1-F1.

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