Livingston County, New York, Deed
10 September 1833
From History of Livingston County, New York, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers (1881):
"July 20, 1793, Mr. Morris sold the western portion of this tract, constituting about seven-eighths of the whole, to the Holland Land Company, an association of capitalists of Amsterdam, Holland, consisting of Wilhelm Willink, Jan Willink...who, being aliens, made the purchase through residents in this country... ." "This tract has since been known as the Holland Purchase, no portion of which lies within this county. Its east line commences on the Pennsylvania line twelve miles west of the west line of the Phelps and Gorham Purchase....".
"The Forty Thousand Acre Tract, sold by Morris to Wilhelm and Jan Willink, lies partially in this [Livingston county, New York] county and partially in Wyoming county...".
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