Livingston, Philip Indenture for the lease of land to Evert and Maria Evertse
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Copy of GLC03107.01.02463, with Philip Livingston's signature. On the back of p.1, ANS by Evert Evertse, dated 4 July 1741, Manor of Livingston, in which he transfers his title and interest to John Mac Kay. Also contains a memorandum, signed by John Mac Kay, 1751, in which he signs over the original indenture to Robert Livingston Junior (1708-1790).
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