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Certified copies of Westchester County (now Bronx County) deeds, 1657-1895 ; indexes, 1657-1895

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
New York, New York : Recordak Corporation, 1955
88 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

Notes

Microfilm copies of original typescripts.

Deeds in this collection, originally registered in Westchester County, refer to land now in Bronx County.

Deeds are organized according to New York liber and page numbers rather than Westchester liber and page numbers. When using the indexes be sure to record liber and page numbers from the New York column.

Includes "general and referees' deeds, leases, easements, reservations and other instruments except mortgages, affecting the right, title and interest in real property, showing names of grantor, grantee, witness or other principal parties ... Arr. chron. by date of certification."--Inventory of the county archives of New York City / prepared by the Historical Records Survey, Division of Professional and Service Projects, Work Projects Administration.

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