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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Johannes Reichart: Birth: ABT 20 JUN 1688. Death: ABT 15 AUG 1688

  2. Anna Constantia Reichart: Birth: ABT 13 DEC 1689.

  3. Maria Barbara Reichart: Birth: 23 JUL 1692.

  4. Josephus Reichart: Birth: ABT 15 AUG 1699.

  5. Hans Caspar Reichart: Birth: 11 JAN 1702. Death: ABT 9 MAR 1709

  6. Anna Maria Reichart: Birth: ABT 13 SEP 1705.


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Johann\John Bernhard Rhicard: Birth: 30 DEC 1711 in West Camp, Ulster Co., New York.

  2. Johann David Rhicard: Birth: 17 APR 1714 in West Camp, Ulster Co., New York. Death: JUL 1784


Sources
1. Title:   Frashuer, Mary Near, Our Canadian Nears and Early Kin Descendants of Carl Naeher, Palatine Immigrant to Colonial America, 1710 (Akron, Ohio : MFC Print. & Pub. Co., 1973)
2. Title:   Jones, Henry Z., Jr., The Palatine Families of New York (A Study of the German Immigrants Who Arrived in Colonial New York in 1710) (Universal City, CA: 1985)
3. Title:   Arms of the Township of Stanbridge (Centennial Committee Stanbridge, Quebec Sherbrooke, Que. : Editions Louis Bilodeau & Fils Ltée, 1990)
4. Title:   Riker, Smith Henry, A Record of the Descendants of Joseph Reichert who immigrated from Germany in 1710 (Albany, NY: 1932, repub. by the Lawrence C. Riker Family, 2003)
5. Title:   Miscellaneous
6. Title:   Marriage Information

Notes
a. Note:   erman Immigrants Who Arrived in Colonial New York in 1710), Vol. 2. (Universal City, CA: 1985). Page 760-761. "Joseph Reichardt, s/o Hans Reichardt - called Schidhaadeln, md. Anna, d/o the late Thomas Vogel - formerly a teacher, 28 June 1687. Anna, d/o Thomas Vogel the Ratsverwandter here and his wife Marg., was bpt. 21 Nov 1660 - sp. : the w/o the Pastor. Thomas Vogel the teacher, s/o the late teacher Peter Bogel, md. Margaretha, d/o the late Georius Rhatgeber from Erdmannhausen, 7 Feb 1641. Thomas Vogel d. 18 Jan 1664, aged 47 yrs. : Margaretha, wid/o the late Thomas Vogel, was bur. 11 Oct 1687, aged ca. 67 yrs. Thomas, s/o the teacher Peter Vogel and his wife Barbara, was bpt. 22 May 1617. Peter Vogel the teacher d. in 1639. Jozep Reinhart, his wife, and 6 ch., were in the 6th party of Palatines in 1709 (Rotterdam Lists); they were enrolled next to Johan Koenraat Weiser and Johan Melgior Daustel (Dausweber - HJ) who also originated near the Reichardt home region (HJ). "Joseph Reichardt made his initial appearance on the Hunter Subsistence Rolls 4 July 1710 with 4 pers. over 10 yrs. of age. The family was recorded with 5 pers. over 10 yrs. on 25 March 1711 and 4 pers. over 10 yrs. 24 Dec 1711. The cumulative entry for 24 Dec 1711 read 3 pers. over 10 yrs. of age. Joseph Richart: 1 man was in Ulster Co. in 1710/11 (West Camp Census). Joseph Reichart was nat. 8 and 9 Sept 1715 (Kingston Nats.) Joseph Reichart and Anna Maria with 2 ch. were at Beckmansland ca. 1716/17 (Simmendinger Register). Joosep Reykert made his first appearance on tax rolls in the North Ward in 1717/18 and continued there and at Rhinebeck until 1748 (Dutchess Co. Tax Lists). He was an overseer of ye King's High Ways in the North Ward in 1726 (Dutchess Co. Supervisor's Records). Joseph Rykart was a representative of the Lutherans in a documented dated 1729 cited in Smith's History of Rhinebeck, p. 92. A letter regarding Joseph Reichard and others from Berkenmeyer dated 1737 is reproduced in Albany Protocol, p. 217. The ch. of Joseph Reichardt and his 1st wife Anna were: Johannes Anna Constantia Maria Barbara Josephus Hans Caspar Anna Maria By his 2nd marriage to Anna Maria (Hoffman) Treber Johann Bernhardt Johann David (the names and information for his 12 children are on Page 762). _________________________ Arms of the Township of Stanbridge by Centennial Committee (Stanbridge, Quebec) , Sherbrooke, Que. : Editions Louis Bilodeau & Fils Ltée, 1990. Pp. 351, 353-4. George Rhicard descends from one of John David Reichert's children. Copied from the Stanbridge 1890-1990 book (Typed by Dianne Rhicard and sent to me.) The Rhicard (Reichert) Family written by Flora J. Primmerman Rhicard The name Reichert is of German origin. "The first Joseph Reichert sailed to America on the Lion and arrived at West Camp, N.Y. in 1710. He was a widower and one of his fellow passengers was Anna Maria Travers whose husband died on board ship. On January 9, 1711 Joseph and Maria were married. They had two sons, both born in West Camp, the eldest dying in infancy. The second child, John David, was born in 1714 and that same year the family found a -permanent home in Rhinebeck." ----------------------------------------------------- RIKERT - RYKERT - RIKER A Record of the Descendants of Joseph Reichert who immigrated from Germany in 1710 and settled at West Camp, Ulster County, N.Y. removing to Duchess County in 1714 He was of the founders of Rhinebeck, N.Y. Situated on the Hudson River, north of New York City compiled by Smith Henry Riker 2 Sep 1863 - Albany, N.Y. in 1932 republished by the Lawrence Charles Riker Family 69 Cloverland Dr. Rochester, N.Y. 14610 (585) 381-6701 lcriker@netzero.net 1 August 2003 http://rikers.org/RikertRykertRiker.pdf Page 9. -- Joseph Reichert, a native of Kirchberg, county of Marbach, grand duchy of Wurtemberg, Germany, came to America in 1710 with a large emigration mainly from Palatinate. With some 34 of the Palatine families Rikert moved to Dutchess County, probably in 1714, there becoming one of the founders of Rhinebeck. Joseph Reichert, a widower married Anna Maria Traver, a widow. Two sons were born of this marriage, John Bernhard, December 30, 1711, and John David, April 17, 1714. John Bernhard seems to have died young. The spiritual needs of the Palatines were in good hands; the Rev. Joshua Kocherthal, a Lutheran minister, and the Rev. John Frederick Hager, a minister of the Reformed church who had taken orders in the Church of England. While on shipboard Kocherthal administered the Page 10. - sacraments and began the records bearing his name. They are written in German with Latin captions and sentences, and still are preserved in the parsonage of St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church at West Camp, whose early records they, distinctively, are. They have been translated by the Rev. Christian Krahmer for “Olde Ulster”, a publication devoted to Ulster County history. This ensures their preservation from loss by fire or otherwise. A part of the very first page is missing. The first entries are two baptisms in 1708 on board the ship “Globus”. Thus it is seen that Kocherthal made a voyage ahead of the Palatine immigration of 1710. On that occasion he accompanied a smaller party of Palatines who were the first settlers at Newburgh. Arriving in a wilderness in the fall of the year there was barely time to erect crude huts before the winter set in. That winter of 1710-11 is said to have been severe, causing much hardship and suffering among indomitable courage they lost no time in establishing a school and church. Imbued with the spirit of independence, and directed by their able and beloved Kocherthal, they formed a colony which soon was triumphant over the hardships incident to frontier life, and helped lay the foundation for a republican government and free institutions. It is difficult to overestimate the value of their many noble and sterling qualities upon the life and the state of the nation then in its early formative stage. John David Rikert, Joseph Rikert’s surviving son, married Anne Elizabeth Schafer by whom he had eight sons and four daughters, the baptismal records of all of whom are found in the church books. The descendants of four of the sons have been traced to the present time (1931). Each of the four other sons had children, but the tracing of their descendants, if indeed, there are any, has so far been unsuccessful. Page 15. -- Joseph Rikert (b. abt 1662) Joseph Rikert was a native of Kirchberg, Wurtemberg, Germany. He came to America in 1710 with a large emigration of Palatines and settled on the west bank of the Hudson River in Ulster (then Albany) County where now is West Camp. He did not long remain there. About 1714, with some 30 other families, he crossed the river and was one of the founders of the town of Rhinebeck, in Dutchess county, where he resided until his death in 1742. That the surname is variously written here is not accidental. A diversity in the spelling of proper names is found in the old church and other records. And the people themselves often wrote their names differently. The spelling here follows that found in the records. The earliest known reference to Joseph Rikert places him with the Palatines at West Camp in the fall of 1710, where he is called a Palatine. The church records tell us where he came from and the story of the Palatine emigration is the only account of his coming to this country. Page 17. -- Joseph Rikert’s name is found first in a “Statement of heads of Palatine families and number of Persons in both Towns on ye west side of Hudson’s River, Winter, 1710”. Documentary History of New York, Vol. III, pp. 569 and 570.) West Camp then consisted of two towns, Newton and Elizabethtown. The statement contains 82 names, and tabulates 257 persons under six headings as follows: men, 77; lads from 9 to 15, 36; boys from 8 & under, 13; women, 84; maids from 9 to 15, 33; girls from 8 & under, 14. The 42nd name in the statement is that of Joseph Reichert, and following the name one person only is recorded, and that in the column headed “men”. This places him in West Camp in early winter of 1710, alone, without family. The church records call him widower in January, 1711. Kocherthal records the marriage of Joseph Reichert and Anna Maria Traver at West Camp as follows; “January 9, 1711, Joseph Reichert of Kirchberg, county of Marbach, grand duchy of Wurtemberg, a widower and Anna Maria, widow of the late Johann Niclaus Treber, a Wheelwright, of Wollstein in the county of Cruetznach”. Tradition says John N. Traver died on the voyage to America. Kocherthal Page 18. -- records also the births of two sons born of this marriage, one “January 29, 1712, Johann Bernhard, born December 30, 1711, child of Joseph and Anna Maria Reichert; sp. Johann Bernhard Zipperlin and his wife”. These translations are those of the Rev. Krahmer. The other “April 18, 1714, Johann David, born the 17, child of Joseph and Anna Maria Reichert; sp. Johann Bernhard Zipperlin and his wife.” Anna Maria Zipperlin (Zipperly) was a sister of Joseph Rikert. Since both children were named John, and John Bernhard is not again heard of, it is presumed he died young. Some four years after their arrival at West Camp, perhaps late in 1714, thirty-five families, including that of Joseph Rikert, removed to Dutchess County there becoming one of the founders of Rhinebeck. They settled on lands laid out for and sold to them in fee, by Col. Henry Beekman, on that part of his patent now covered by the town of Rhinebeck. Their settlement was Page 19. -- about twelve miles down the river from West Camp, and from one to three miles north of the present village of Rhinebeck. The name Rhinebeck was confined to these people until the organization of Rhinebeck precinct in 1715. He records the marriage of Joseph Rikert's daughter (by his former marriage), Anna Canstantia, to Carl Naher, "at Rhinebeck" January 11, 1715. This is strong evidence that Rikert then was living at Rhinebeck, probably having settled there in 1714 after the census. His farm of 75 acres was located on the King's Highway, now the Albany Post road, about 1-1/2 miles north of the present village, and two miles east of the river. It is presumed, but not proven, that he took possession of this land in 1714. A deed was given him October 20, 1718, buy the heirs of Col. Beekman, which calls him Joseph Rikert, of Rhinebeck, yeoman. Page 20. -- The taxes were for three purposes, viz.: his majesty's revenue, his government in the colony of New York, and the county--for "maintaining the poor and preventing vagabonds". Bartholomeus Hoogeboom was paid "10 shillings for ye Stocks making". Joseph Rykert's name continues in the list each year up to 1742. The 1743 assessment is in the name of "Joseph Rykert's widow". Thus his death is pretty definitely fixed as having occurred either in 1742 or 1743, probably in 1742 as the assessment rolls in these two years are dated February 2 and February 1, respectively. His assessed valuation ranged from 15 pounds to Page 21. -- 20 pounds. In 1738 it amounted to 16 pounds, while in 1739 it was reduced to 5 pounds. His son David was assessed first in 1737. His assessed valuation in 1737 and 1738 was 1 pound, and in 1739 it was increased to 12 pounds. Therefore it is evident that Joseph transferred the bulk of his property to David in 1738. The sum of Joseph's and David assessments each year from 1737 to 1742 was 17 pounds. Joseph's widow's assessment for 1742 and afterwards was 1 pound. Joseph Rikert was named a freeholder in a census of the county in 1740. It previously was stated that Joseph Rikert was without family upon his arrival at West Camp in 1710, and was called "widower" when married in 1711. Yet he is known to have had a daughter, Anna Constantia, and a sister, Anna Maria, who are presumed to have followed him to America. Both were married by Kocherthal, Anna Maria at West Camp, in 1711 and Anna Constantia, as already stated, at Rhinebeck in 1715. The name of his father is learned from the marriage record of his sister, which calls her the daughter of the late Hans (John) Reichard of Kirchberg, County of Marbach, Wurtemberg. Page 22 -- It falls to the lot of few men to help found three churches. All of which has since been continuously active. Yet Joseph Rikert merited that distinction. Upon their arrival at West Camp the Palatines lost no time in providing themselves a place of worship. This was St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, whose activities ever have continued, and whose 210th anniversary was celebrated in May 1930. The original church records, still intact, contain the earliest American record of the Rikert family. The names of Joseph Rikert and his wife Anna Maria appear frequently in them, and later the 35 Palatine families who removed to Rhinebeck; and is thought to have been the first in Dutchess County. Among these people were Lutherans and Calvinists, who built the first church together, remaining joint owners about fifteen years. The Lutherans sold their interest in the church and four acres of ground to the Reformers on December 10, 1729. Joseph Rikert was a Lutheran and was a member of the committee of four to whom the payment, 25 pounds current money of New York, was made. The Lutherans then built themselves a church, St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church, one half mile north of the Reformed church. The building was later rebuilt and is popularly called the "Stone Church". Its location is about three miles north of Rhinebeck village and about one mile north of the Rikert farm. The Reformed church continued to function until 1800, when it became St. Paul's (Zion) Evangelical Lutheran Church and moved three miles north to Red Hook. If any records were kept during the union of these churches between 1715 and 1730 they are lost. Joseph Rikert and his wife Anna Maria served as sponsors at various baptisms, both at West Camp and Rhinebeck from 1711 to 1738. In a list of things given in 1716 by "Christian and Kindly disposed persons...for the furtherance and maintenance of our work in connection with church and school" (at West Camp), Kocherthal states that Anna Maria Reichart gave a tin basin for the administration of Holy Baptisms. Rev. W. C. Berkenmeyer's Chronicles contain much of the history of the Lutheran Church in the Hudson and Mohawk valleys during the period 1731 to 1750. An entry dated Rhinebeck, August 29, 1737, gives the name of Velt Scheffer, Jurge Deter, Mich. Zipperle, Joseph Rychard and Jacob Scheffer. Pgs. 24-27: Joseph Rikert's Deed This indenture made the twentieth day of October in the Fifth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George by the Grace of God of Great Britain, France and Ireland; King, Defender of the Faith &c: Anno: Domini One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighteen between Henry Beekman of Kingstone in the county of Ulster Gent: and John Rutsen of Kingstone aforesaid Gent: Catherine his wife Gilbert Livingston of the city of New York... Marchant and Cornelia his wife on the one part and Joseph Rikert of Rinbeck in the county of Dutchess yeoman on the other part witnesseth that the said Henry Beekman John Rutsen and Catherine his wife Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife for and in consideration of Ten Shillings Current Money of New York, to them in hand paid by the said Joseph Rikert and before the Ensealing and delivery of these presents the Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged and also in consideration of the Rents and Covenants herein after mentioned and expressed and which on the part and behalf of the said Joseph Rikert are and ought to be paid, done observed performed, fulfilled and kept and for diverse other good causes and considerations then the said Henry Beekman John Rutsen and Catherine his wife and Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife, hereunto moving that the said Henry Beekman, John Rutsen and Catherine his wife, Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife have Given, Granted Bargained, Sold, Aliened, Released, Enfelled and Confirmed AND by these Presents Do Fully, Clearly and Absolutely Give, Grant, Bargain, Sell Alien, Release, Enfelled, and Confirm unto the said Joseph Rikert all That Certain Tract of Land or Farm Situate Lying and being at Rinebeck in ye County of Dutchess Eastward there from the Hudson's river within the bounds of the patent formerly granted to Henry Beekman deceased Father of the said Henry Beekman party to these presents beginning at the North angle at the Henry Sheaver from thence running north ten degrees East fifteen chains & Eighty-one links then south Thirty-five degrees East along the Drift for Cattle four chains then south thirty degrees East thirteen chains then South twenty-one degrees East ten chains then South eleven degrees thirty minutes East sixteen chains then South Sixty-five degrees East seventeen chains then South seven degrees East ten chains then West ten degrees South ten chains Eighteen Links to the East Angle of Henry Sheaver then along his bounds to the first Station the which being bounded to the Southwest by the land of Henrick Sheaver to the North East by the land of Frances Keler and on all other sides by the land of the said Colonel Beekman Containing Seventy-Six acres Together with all and Singular the Ways, passages, waters, water courses, other than the erecting any mill or mills thereon, fishing, fowling, profits commons feedings, Commodities Hereditaments and Appurtenances whatsoever to the said farm land and promises with the appurtenances belonging or in any wise appertaining and also Right of commonage and feeding of all commonable Beasts and Cattle and liberty and cut sufficient fire wood and timber in the west ground of them the Henry Beekman John Rutsen and Catherine his wife Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife for building and fencing upon the said farm and for the necessary firing and fueling of him the said Joseph Rikert and repairing the house and fences, when built and to be used and employed within six months after the cutting and felling thereof on the herein Before granted premises with the appurtenances, only, and not else where end to end for no other use or purpose whatsoever. And also all the Estate Right Title, claim and demand of them the said Henry Beekman, John Rutsen and Catherine his wife and Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife of in and to the said farm land and premises herein before granted, with the appurtenances or of in or to any part or parcel thereof TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said farm land and premises herein before granted or meant mentioned or intended to be herein before granted with their and every of their appurtenances unto the said Joseph Rikert his Heirs and Assigns forever, to the only proper use and behalf of him the Joseph Rikert his Heirs and Assigns forever yielding and paying thereof for and during the Space of four years to commence from the date hereof unto the said Henry Beekman, John Rutsen & Catherine his wife Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife their Heirs and Assigns the Yearly Rent of two Couple of live fat hens on the feast of the annunciation of the blessed virgin Mary commonly called Lady Day; and from and after the expiration of the term of four years aforesaid, then yielding paying and delivering yearly and every year forever hereafter unto the said Henry Beekman, John Rutsen and Catherine his wife Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife their Heirs and Assigns, the yearly rent of two couple of fat live hens aforesaid, and also the additional yearly rent of one peck and half of good merchantable winter wheat for every acre of the said farm and land herein before granted on the fifth day of May yearly, at such convenient store house or place as the said Henry Beekman, John Rutsen and Catherine his wife Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife their Heirs and Assigns shall within any part of the said tract of land within which the premises aforesaid and comprehended and expressed, appoint and direct the first payment thereof to begin and be made the First Day of May Next happening after the expiration of the term of four years without any manner or deduction or abatement of or for any manner of taxes or charges assessments or impositions whatsoever, imposed or to be imposed upon the said hereby granted premises or any part thereof or upon the reserved Gents aforesaid or upon the said Henry Beekman John Rutsen and Catherine his wife Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife their Heirs and Assigns for or in respect thereof by any power or authority whatsoever which said yearly rent of two couple of live fat hens and also the additional yearly rent of one peck and a half of good merchantable winter wheat for every acre of the aforesaid land hereby granted the said Joseph Rikert for himself his Heirs and aasigns and for every of them doth covenant, promise, grant and agree to and with the said Henry Beekman John Rutsen and Catherine his wife Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife their Heirs and Assigns and to and with every of them by these presents well and truly to pay and Deliver or cause to be paid and delivered unto the said Henry Beekman John Rutsen and Catherine his wife Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife their Heirs and Assigns and the Days Times and place above in these presents mentioned and appointed for payment thereof and in manner and form as the same are herein before reserved according to the true intent and meaning of these presents are upon the conditions that if the said yearly rents of two couple of live fat hens or the additional rent of computed to twenty-seven bushel of good merchantable winter wheat are or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid in part or in all by the space of twenty days next after any the days before appointed for payment thereof being lawfully demanded or if the said Joseph Rikert shall not observe, keep and perform the several articles covenants and agreements hereafter particularly expressed that then and in any or either of these cases it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Henry Beekman John Rutsen and Catherine his wife Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife their Hiers and Assigns into the said farm land and premises or in any part thereof and in the name of the whole wholly to reenter and the same to have again retain repossess and enjoy as in their first and former estate anything in these presents contained to the retain repossess and enjoy as in their first and former estate anything in these contrary thereof in any wise not withstanding and also from time to time when and so often as the said yearly rents of either of them shall be behind and unpaid in part or in all by the space of twenty days next after the days and times above appointed for the payment thereof it shall and maybe lawful to and for the said Henry Beekman John Rutsen and Catherine his wife Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife their Heirs and Assigns or any of them into the said farm land and premises hereby granted or mentioned to be granted or any of them and into every part or any part or parcel thereof to enter and distrain and the distress and distresses then and there found and taken to lead drive chase take or carry away impound detain and keep until the said yearly rent arrearages thereof if any shall be, unto the said Henry Beekman John Rutsen and Catherine his wife Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife their Heirs and Assigns be fully paid and satisfied and the said Joseph Rikert for himself Heirs and Assigns and for every of them doth covenant promise grant and agree to and with the said Henry Beekman John Rutsen and Catherine his wife Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife their Heirs and Assigns and to and with every of them by these presents in manner and form following: Viz: that the said Joseph Rikert his Heirs and Assigns shall and will from year to year so every year hereafter first offer and give unto the said Henry Beekman John Rutsen and Catherine his wife Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife their Heirs and Assigns, some or one of them the pre-emption or buying or refusal of buying of all such grain or corn as the said Joseph Rikert his Heirs or Assigns shall from year to year and every year raise and have off and from the said farm land and premises herein before granted over and above what the said Joseph Rikert his Heirs and Assigns shall keep and preserve for his own use and which he or they shall be minded and desirous to sell and dispose and in case he the Joseph Rikert his Heirs and Assigns or any of them shall at any time hereafter be minded and desirous to sell and absolutely to dispose of the said farm land and premises herein before granted or any part thereof with the appurtenances that then the said Joseph Rikert his Heirs and Assigns shall and will first offer and give the preemption buying or purchasing or refusal of buying or purchasing the same unto the said Henry Beekman John Rutsen and Catherine his wife Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife their Heirs or Assigns some or one of them and shall and will from time to time and at all Times hereafter bring and grind all such grain as the said Joseph Rikert his Heirs and Assigns shall use in his and their family at the grist mill of the said Henry Beekman his Heirs and Assigns according to the usual custom and usage of a grist mill in case the same be in order and fitting to grind and also that the said Joseph Rikert his Heirs and Assigns tenants and under-tenants and every of them shall from time to time and at all time hereafter, be subject unto perform observe, do and obey all Reasonable orders rules and agreements as shall at any time hereafter be made by the majority of the inhabitants of the said tract of land of them the said Henry Beekman John Rutsen and Catherine his wife Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife within which the farm lands and premises aforesaid, hereby granted, do be and are comprehended for the regulating maintaining and keeping up all and singular the fences within the farm land and premises hereby granted and preserving the just bounds and limits thereof and further that the said Joseph Rikert his Heirs and Assigns nor any of them nor any other person or persons whatsoever by his of their privity consent or presurement, shall not nor will not at any time hereafter, cut sown or take of from the common or waste grounds of them the said Henry Beekman John Rutsen and Catherine his wife Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife aforesaid or any other or more wood or timber than what shall be sufficient for and shall be actually used for his and their necessary building and repairing of the house barn and other buildings and fences on the farm land and premises hereby granted and for his and their necessary fuel and firings to be burnt used and spent on the premises aforesaid and for no other use intent or purpose whatsoever and shall not nor will not sell dispose or carry away any wood trees or timber or any bark of any tree or trees off or from the common or waste ground but shall use the same in and about the buildings and fences of the said farm land and premises hereby granted and for firing aforesaid and not else where or otherwise and the said Henry Beekman John Rutsen and Catherine his wife Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife for themselves jointly and severally and for their Heirs and Assigns and for every of them respectfully do and doth covenant promise and agree to and with the said Joseph Rikert his Heirs and Assigns and to and with every of them by these presents, that he the said Joseph Rikert his Heirs and Assigns and to and with every of them by these presents, that he the said Joseph Rikert his Heirs and Assigns and every of them paying the several rents herein before mentioned as the same are herein before reserved, and doing paying observing performing fulfilling and keeping all and singular the grants articles clauses payments conditions provisos and agreements herein before mentioned, which on his and their parts and behalf are and ought to be paid done observed performed fulfilled and kept shall or lawfully may peaceably and quietly have hold occupy possess and enjoy all and singular the said farm land and premises herein before mentioned to be granted with their and every of their appurtenances without the lawful lot suit trouble holestation or hinderance of them the said Henry Beekman John Rutsen and Catherine his wife Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia his wife or either of them their or either of their Heirs or Assigns, or any other person or persons claiming or to claim by from or under them any or either of them. In witness whereof the parties first above named to these present Indentures have Interchangably set their hands and Seals the day and year first above written. Henry Beekman (LS) John Rutsen (LS) Catherine Rutsen (LS) Gilbert Livingston (LS) Cornelia Livingston (LS) Enterlined before sealing and delivering in ye first sheet of paper between ye line 34 and 35 (two) between ye line 37 and 38 (Couple) Between line 45 and 46 (two) and between line 52 and 53 (Couple of) In the presence of Mse. Edward Whitaker Justice of the Peace J. Hardenbergh Hendrick Korn Samuel Schormoker Whereas the farms of Joseph Rykert by Dividend is become my inheritance and is also fallen in my lot I do further ad to this farm on the South side thereof seven acres the was all in Certed in this present indentures as well as these seven acres now granted I do certify hereby & acknowledge to have agreed that after the death of my mother the rent article herewithin Sett forth to be only twenty right shaples being twenty on Bushels as witness my hand this twenty-six day August one thousand Seven hundred & twenty Six. Henry Beekman
Note:   Jones, Henry Z., Jr., The Palatine Families of New York (A Study of the G


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