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DOCUMENT MARKED "THE LAST WILL OF JANNETJE LOTT"
Will of Jannetje Lott of New Lotts, widow of Johannes Lott, dated 
11/10/1788
names four sons, Jurien Lott, Johannes Lott, Christopher Lott and 
Hendrick Lott. Witnessed by Cornelius Wyckoff, Daniel Rapalje and 
Isaac Snediker.

DOCUMENT MARKED "PROBATE OF THE WILL OF JANE 
LOTT DECEASED, RECORDED"
Will of Jane Lott, single woman, dated 5/6/1832
names sister Catalina VanSinderen and her son Hotso VanSinderen, 
brother Christopher Lott and his son John C. Lott, Jane Lott Stoothoff, 
daughter of Wilhelmus Stoothoff of Brooklyn, brother Hendrick I. Lott,
Jane Probasco Lott, daughter of Thomas B. Lott, Thomas B. Lott, son of 
Jane's brother Christopher. Witnessed by John Williamson, Jacob 
Snediker and Williamson Rapalje, all of Flatbush. Will proved 
1/14/1833.

DOCUMENT DATED 2/3/1833
Bill and receipt to Jane Lott from Dr. Robert Edmond

DOCUMENT DATED 2/18/1833
Appointing John Williamson and Jacob Snediker as appraisers for 
Jane Lott's property upon petition of her Executors Hotso VanSinderen 
and John C. Lott.

DOCUMENT DATED 3/5/1833
Inventory of goods, chattels and credits of Jane Lott, appraised by
John Williamson and Jacob Snediker. Signed by Hotso VanSinderen and 
John C. Lott. Jeremiah Lott, Surrogate.

RECEIPT FOR INTEREST ON LEGACY FROM JANE LOTT TO 
JANE LOTT STOOTHOFF
Three receipts on one paper, dated 5/1/1834, 1835, 1836, all three 
signed by Lambert Stoothoff, first one also signed by Jane Lott 
Stoothoff.

DOCUMENT MARKED "ORIGINAL WILL OF JURIEN LOTT 
DECEASED - PROVED 18TH APRIL 1801 & RECORDED IN 
BOOK OF WILLS - WILLIAM LIVINGSTON"
Will of Jurien Lott of New Lotts, dated 7/9/1799
names nephew Johannes Lott, son of brother Hendrick I. Lott, nephew 
Johannes Lott, son of brother Christopher Lott, Jane Staats, daughter 
of sister Anna Staats, Jane VanSinderen, daughter of sister Catalina 
VanSinderen, cousin Jeremiah Johnston as Executor. Witnessed by 
Jeromus Lott, Daniel Lott and Catherine Brownjohn.

DOCUMENT MARKED "PROBATE OF THE LAST WILL & 
TESTAMENT OF JURIEN LOTT DECEASED..."
Letter declaring Christopher and Hendrick I. Lott brothers of Jurrien 
as Executors and Jeremiah Johnston renounced all intermeddling with 
the estate of Jurrien Lott. Contains copy of above will.

DOCUMENT NOT MARKED DATED 6/13/1801
Inventory of goods, chattels & credits of Jurrien Lott by Christopher 
Lott and Hendrick J. Lott in the presence of Ulpianus VanSinderen 
and Johannes J. Lott. One bay horse 16 yr. old #12=00=0
One saddle 2=16=0
One musket 0=10=0
One fuse 2=00=0
One truck 0=12=0
Wearing apparel 8=00=0
1 Gin case with bottles 0=08=0

DOCUMENT DATED 3/25/1803
Inventory of goods, chattels and credits of Johannes Lott by Johannes 
J. Lott and Hendrick I. Lott with aid of Ulpianus VanSinderen and 
John Williamson. Two copies of this document.

DOCUMENT NOT MARKED
Will of Johannes I. Lott of New Lotts, dated 8/5/1806
names sister Anna, now wife of Henry Staats of Albany, sister
Catalina VanSinderen, widow of Ulpianus VanSinderen, sister Jane Lott, 
brother Hendrick I. Lott, Elizabeth Campbell Lott, John Lott, Thomas 
Brownjohn Lott, Gurien Lott - all children of late brother Christopher. 
Not witnessed.

LARGE DOCUMENT - DEED MARCH 31, 1749
Deed of Pieter Wyckof of Flatlands, Nicholas Wyckof of Township of 
Riding, County of Huntendon in west New Jersey, Pieter Wyckof, Jr. 
of Flatlands, and John Wyckof of Newtown to Johannes Lott of 
Flatlands for 1,500 pounds New York money for the following 
properties: 90 acres in Flatlands "bounded Southerly by the Stroom 
kill Westerly by Bernardus Ryder Northwesterly by Roeluf Terhune 
and John Amerman, Jr. Northerly by Johannes Willimse Wyckof 
Easterly by Johannes Willemse Wyckof and Southeasterly by the above 
said Johannes Lott" also a parcel in Flatlands "beginning by the 
Southwest corner of Hendrickus Van Dyck running from thence South 
thirtyfive degrees East eleven chains and nineteen links thence South 
seventy-seven degrees East four chains and sixty-six links thence 
North twelve degrees West eleven chains and fifty linksthence North 
forty-four and one half degrees West six chains and forty-two links 
thence South thirty-eight degrees West seven chains and eighty-six 
links where it first began being in quantity ten acres and one tenth
part of an acre being bounded Westerly by the road that leads from 
Flatlands to Flatbush Northerly by Hendricus Van Dyck Easterly and 
southerly by the above said Pieter Wyckof" also land in Flatlands 
"beginning by the Southwest corner of Engelbert Lott running from 
thence North forty-eight degrees East twenty-eight chains and eighty-
two links thence South fifty-one degrees east twenty-one chains and 
ninety links thence South thirty-nine degrees West twenty chains and 
twenty links thence North forty-two degrees West five chains and 
eighty links thence South thirty-eight degrees West nine chains and 
thirty-eight links thence North fifty degrees West twenty chains and 
ninety-two links where it first began containing sixty-four acres 
bounded northerly by the said Engelbert Lott and Easterly by Abram 
Voorhees Southerly by the above said Pieter Wyckof and Hendrickus 
Van Dyck Westerly by thr road that leads from Flatlands to Flatbush" 
also twelve acres of woodland on "Flatlands Neck so called in the
great divition" ... "bounded Northwesterly by Marten M Schenck 
Southeasterly by Johannes Willwmse Wyckof Northeasterly by 
Constentyn Goldeneek and Southwesterly by the divition line" also 
seven acres bounded "Southerly by Cornelus Voorhees and the above 
said Pieter Wyckof Northwesterly by Abram Dorye and Hendrickus 
Van Dyck Northeasterly by the divition line and Southwesterly by 
Marten M. Schenck" also two lots of meadow in Flatlands "in a place 
called Friesen Hock" of six acres "bounded Northwesterly by Cornelus 
Voorhees Southeasterly by John Ditmars Southwesterly by Bestevaars 
Kill and Northeasterly by the Cranevly ditch" and one half part of
the right and title in the Commons and undivided lands in Flatlands 
belonging to the above said Pieter Wyckof. Signed by Pieter Wyckoff, 
Nicolas Wyckof, Pieter Jr Wyckof, Jan Wyckof. Witnessed by Folkert 
Sprongh and Abrahaem Durye. Approved for recording August 15, 
1791 by Nicholas Couwenhoven, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas 
of Kings County.

DOCUMENT MARKED "JOHANNES LOTT'S PROBATE"
Will of Johannes Lott of New Lots, yoeman, dated 1/24/1782
names wife Jannetje, sons Jurien, Johannes, Christopher, Hendrick, 
daughters Antje, Catalina, Jannetje. Witnessed by Cornelius Wykoff, 
William Williamson and Isaac Snediker.
Note: "And it is my will and I do order that if any of my Negro
Slaves should prove stubborn and disobedient that then my Executors shall 
make sale of such Slave or Slaves, and buy others in their room if
they shall think it best."
Will proved 11/11/1788, Johannes E. Lott, Surrogate.

DOCUMENT MARKED "5 JANUARY 1764 - PROBATE OF 
HENDRICK LOTT'S WILL"
Will of Hendrick Lott of Jamaica, dated 10/1/1760
names son Johannes Lott, son Roeluff Lott, son Joris Lott, daughter 
Antje, daughter Catherina Lott. Executors: father Johannes Lott, 
brother Joris Lott, brother Johannes Lott, brother Petrus Lott. 
Witnessed by Claes Letteng, Frederick Simonson, Garit Letteng. Will 
proved 1/5/1764

DOCUMENT MARKED "PROBATE OF THE WILL OF 
MOUWERIS LOTT"
Will of Mouweris Lott of New Lotts, yeoman, dated 11/11/1784
names sister Maria Lott, Catrina, daughter of late sister Catrina
wife of Jacob Rapalje deceased, nephew John Polhemus, son of brother 
Tunis Polhemus deceased, nephew Peter Polhemus, son of brother 
Johannes Polhemus, children of Angenietje late the wife of Martin 
Schenck of Cow Neck, Peter Rapalje, Jacob Rapalje, Sarah and 
Catrina, children of late sister Catrina, brother Hendrick Lott,
large Dutch Bible to said sister Maria. Executors: friend Nicholas Schenck 
of Flatlands, cousins Johannes J. Lott and Hendrick Lott, both of New 
Lotts. Witnessed by John VanDerVeer, Hendrick Eldert and Isaac 
Eldert. Will proved 9/14/1785.

DOCUMENT MARKED "MAY 1775 - PROBATE OF THE WILL 
OF JOHANNES LOTT DECEASED (RECORDED)"
Will of Johannes Lott of Flatlands, yeoman, dated 4/20/1771
names son Johannes Lott, son Petrus Lott, son Jeromus Lott, daughter 
Nieltye, wife of Jacob Snedeker, daughter Antye, wife of Stephen
Lott, daughter Maria, wife of Carel Boerum, daughter Dorothy, wife of of 
John VanLeuwe, Johannes, Boelof, Joris, Antye and Catrina, children 
of son Hendrick deceased, Jannetje, daughter of son Joris deceased, 
wife of Nicholas Couwenhoven, Maria, daughter of grandson Johannes 
deceased which was son of son Joris Lott deceased, Johannes and 
Derick Remsen, children of daughter Catrina deceased, late wife of 
Derick Remsen, grandson Johannes Lott, son of son Hendrick Lott 
deceased. Witnessed by Jan Ammerman, Gerrit Stoothoff, Johannes Stoothoff.
Cary Ludlow, Surrogate.

DOCUMENT DATED 4/7/1807
Inventory of goods, chattels and credits of Johannes J. Lott by 
Hendrick I. Lott, Administrator in the presence of Catalina 
VanSinderen and Jane Lott. Appraised by John Williamsen and 
George Williamsen.

DOCUMENT MARKED "DANIEL RAPALJE TO JURRIEN, 
JOHANNES, CHRISTOPHER & HENDRICK LOTT - DEED OF 
CONVEYANCE" 8/9/1791
Indenture of Daniel Rapalje of Flatbush, yeoman, selling to Jurrien,
JohannesJ., Christopher and Hendrick Lott, sons 
of Johannes Lott deceased for ten
pounds a parcel of fresh or boggy meadow situated between the second
and third Kills point in
Flatbush bounded Southerly by the meadows fence, Easterly by meadow
of the said Jurrien, Johannes
J., Christopher and Hendrick Lott, Northerly partly by upland of
Hendrick Wyckoff and partly by upland of heirs of said Johannes Lott,
deceased, Westerly by Nicholas and John Williamson, it being a parcel
bought from Jacobus Vanderveer, Hendrick Vanderveer and Cornelius
Bergen. Dated 8/9/1791. Witnessed by Johannes 
Rapalje and Simon Rapalje.

DOCUMENT MARKED "JOHN LOTT JUNIOR TO JEROMUS 
LOTT - DEED"
Deed of property conveyance dated 4/29/1812 of John Lott Jr. selling 
property to Jeromus Lott, containing thirteen acres, one rood and ten 
porches. Recorded 5/4/1839

DOCUMENT NOT MARKED DATED 4/29/1812
Deed of property conveyance of John Lott Jr. selling property to 
George Lott.

DOCUMENT MARKED "JOHANNES J. LOTT AND 
CHRISTOPHER LOTT TO JANNETTIE LOTT 1793"
Indenture of Johannes J. Lott and Christopher Lott conveying property 
and dwelling place to Jannetje Lott, widow of Johannes Lott, for the 
sum of ten shillings, for the time of her natural life, after which
this conveyance to be void for intents and purposes. Dated 5/3/1793.
Three lots in New Lotts bounded Southerly by the highway that leads
along the south side of the New Lotts, Easterly by land of Isaac
Snediker, Westerly by land of said Johannes I. Lott & Christopher
Lott, Northerly and Northwesterly by the road that leads from
Flatbush to the main road, containing about ninety-one acres.
Also a lot of woodland known as No. 13 bounded Northwesterly by the
highway that leads along the south side of the New Lotts,
Northeasterly by land of Hendrick Wyckoff, Southeasterly by the fresh
or boggy meadow, Southwesterly by woodland of Nicholas Williamson.
Signed by Johannes I. Lott and Christopher Lott
Witnessed by Dan'l Rapalje and Isaac I. Snediker

DOCUMENT "QUIT-CLAIM DEED GEORGE LOTT & WIFE TO 
PETER LOTT" DATED 9/17/1866
Indenture between George Lott & Phebe Ann, his wife and Peter Lott 
all of Flatlands for sale of property. Mentions Maria, wife of Peter 
Lott.

DOCUMENT "DEED PETER LOTT TO ANNA LOTT" DATED 8/31/1878
Sale of land in Flatlands by Peter Lott, widower, to daughter Anna 
(Lott) Bergen, wife of John L. Bergen.


DEED JOHANNES LOTT TO HENDRICK LOTT 5/1/1750
Deed of Johannes Lott of Flatlands to Hendrick Lott of
Jamaica selling for 900 pounds land part in Jamiaca and
part in Newtown about 150 acres bounded Southerly by the
highway and by Thomas Betts, Northerly by Dow Sudam,
John Wheyt, Joseph Morrill, Bernardus Bloom, Nathan Furman,
John Cornish(?), Widow Pomry, John Pettit Jun., Joseph
Gosline, Samuel More and Peter Rinnee(?), Westerly by
Thomas Betts, Easterly by Claes Letting.
Also about eight acres of meadow in a place called
oldfields neck in township of Jamaica bounded Easterly
by Johannes Polhemus, Westerly by the bayside, Southerly
by Johannes Willemse and Rinier Probasco, Northerly by
Gerret Dorland and Jacobus Snedeker.
Signed by Johannes Lott
Witnessed by:
Jan Vanderveer
Jan Boerum



CHRISTOPHER LOTT INVENTORY 3/7/1804

A true and perfect inventory of the goods and chattels of
Christopher Lott, late of the New Lotts in the Township
of Flatbush, in Kings County, in the State of New York, dec.,
taken the seventh day of March 1804 by Hendrick I. Lott &
Stephen Lott, executors of the last will and testament
of said Christopher Lott & by the aid and assistance of
Johannes I. Lott & Peter A. Wyckoff - vis--

The equal one half of the following articles is the property of
Chistopher Lott dec'd.

16 Cows at 18 dollars & 75 cents each 300.00
6 2 year old cattle at 12 1/2 dollars 75.00
2 Stears 12 1/2 dollars 25.00
6 Yearling calves at 6.25 each 37.50
1 Young calf in the barn 8.00
1 Sorrel horse 1.00
1 Brown mare 62.50
1 Sorrel colt 37.50
1 Brown horse 50.00
1 Sorrel - Do 87.50
1 Sorrel mare 18.75
1 Do - Do 18.75
1 Brown horse, named, pony 37.50
2 Iron bound waggons 50.00
2 Ploughs 12.50
1 Iron tooth harrow 2.50
1 Corn harrow 1.00
1 Flax hitchel 7.50
1 Cross cut saw 2.50
5 Axes 3.00
Beetle & wedges 1.00
50 Dunghill fowl 12.50
1 German fann? 25.00
3 Pitchforks, 2 dung forks, 1 scoop 2.50
2 Flax brakes .50
2 Hogsheads 1 pipe and some old casks 5.00
2 Woodsleds & 1 dung sled 2.00
1 Pleasure sleigh 1.50
1 Spade, 2 iron shovels & cant. hook 1.50
Waggon, geers, & harness 2.00
Plough, geers, & clouss? 2.00
6 Hogs 30.00
About 200 bushels wheat @ 1.25 250.00
About 400 Do. Indian corn @ 62 1/2 cents 250.00
About 60 Do. rye @ 62 1/2 cents 37.50
1 Sledge .62
1 Jack plane & 3 fingers? .50
A parcel of old scythes and cradles 1.00

The following articles are the sole property of
Christopher Lott dec'd

Bed, bedsted and furniture 75.00
1 Desk & bookcase 40.00
1 Bureau 10.00
2 Mahogany tables 12.50
10 Mahogany chairs 30.00
10 Windsor chairs 7.50
1 Large picture 5.00
8 Smaller pictures 4.00
2 Pair andirons, 2 tongs, 2 shovels 17.50
1 Looking glass 20.00
2 Branch candlesticks 2.00
1 Turtle shell watch 6.00
2 Carpets 22.00
2 Tea-boards 5.00
1 Silver tea pot, sugar pot, milk pot 50.00
13 Silver table spoons 25.00
1 Silver porrenger, tea-tongs, 17 teaspoons 10.00
3 Trammels 2.00
1 Gridiron & spit 2.00
2 Tea kettles 3.00
4 Iron pots 4.00
1 Brass kettle 2.00
2 Sets - window curtains 5.00
1 Field bedsted, 1 common bedsted & cot 4.00
2 Feather beds & 3 quilted blankets 15.00
1 Counterpain & 8 blankets 15.00
Bolsters & pillows 6.00
1 Cupboard 3.75
3 Small tables 2.00
1 Churn & 6 reelers 6.00
2 Milk pails & 2 washing tubs 2.50
2 Tea canisters, 1 bread box, 1 knife-box 1.50
1 Decanter, 2 tumblers, 6 wine glasses 1.50
9 China plates, 11 china cups & saucers 2.75
9 Stone pots 3.00
10 Knives & forks, 6 spoons 1.50
1 Pair brass candlesticks 1.00
3 Candlesticks, coffee pot, snuffer .50
Butter pail & crockery in under closet 2.00
Gin case with bottles 1.50
1 Musket 2.00
1 Frying pan & sauce pan 1.50
6 Metal tumblers .37
Caster & Corewets? & vat 4.00
2 Sugar bones 2 Earthen pots 3 large dishes 1.00
Sausage stopper, drudging box 1.00
2 Tin pans, 2 tea canisters 2.00
Japan milk pot, snuffer plates, 18 cake pans .37
2 Sauce boats, milk pot, tea pot .50
18 Earthen plates, 2 bowls, 1 deep dish 1.00
Parcel small bottles .50
3 Wine servers .25
1 China dish & bowl .25
1 Sugar pot, pepper box, salt cellar .25
Scale beam, 2 fifty-six's, 2 pair sm. scales 5.00
1 Canoe or skiff 10.00
1 Large English Bible 10.00
1 Gold scales & weights 1.00
1 Bed key .75
2 Large & 2 small trunks 6.00
Parcel of books 3.00
7 Pr. silver shoe buckles, 2 pr. set knee
buckles, stock. buckle 3.00
1 Pair gold sleeve buttons 2.50
1 Earthen pitcher .12
3 Earthen dishs, 3 cups & saucers, tea-pot .25
1 Spinning wheel 3.00
1 Small looking glass 2.00
5 Muggs 1.25

I have received the foresaid articles mentioned as the sole
property of Christopher Lott Elizabeth Lott

Appraised by us: Johannes I. Lott Peter A. Wyckoff

Ten shares, in the Bank of the United States
One note - principal - $37.29
Interest due on the above note - $22.36 59.65
One bond - principal - $131.25
Interest due on above bond - $6.56 137.81
One bond - principal and interest 1,636.43


DOCUMENT MARKED "JOHANNES J. LOTT-CHRISTOPHER LOTT,
ESTATE DIVISION 1806"
This indenture made the fourteenth day of March, in the year of our 
Lord one thousand eight hundred and six, between Johannes J. Lott of 
the New Lotts, in the township of Flatbush in Kings County in the 
State of New York, Farmer, of the one part, and Hendrick J. Lott and 
Stephen Lott, Executors of the last will and testament of Christopher 
Lott late of the New Lotts aforesaid deceased, of the other part. 
Witnesseth that whereas the said Johannes J. Lott and the said 
Christopher Lott deceased in the life time of the said Christopher
Lott, were seized in fee simple, and held as tenants in common in equal 
shares all that certain mepuage(?) dwelling-house, barn, farm and 
plantation tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the New 
Lotts in the township of Flatbush aforesaid, bounded as follows, 
Southerly by the highway that leads from Flatbush to Jamaica along 
the south side of the New Lotts, Westerly by land of Nicholas 
Williamson Northerly by the road or highway that leads from Flatbush 
to Jamaica along the north side of the New Lotts and Easterly by land 
of Isaac J. Snediker deceased. Containing about one hundred and fifty 
acres be the same more or less. Also several tracts or lots of
woodland, and of fresh and salt meadows held in common in equal shares as 
aforesaid, And whereas the said Christopher Lott, deceased, did in
and by his last will and testament bearing the date the twenty-sixth day
of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and two, 
nominate and appoint his brothers, Johannes J. Lott and Hendrick J. 
Lott and his cousin Stephen Lott of the New Lotts aforesaid,
Executors of the same and in the same last will and testament did provide that 
whereas his real estate was yet in common and undivided between him 
and his said brother Johannes he did therefore authorize and impower 
his other two Executors, or the survivor of them to divide the same
or cause the same to be divided between his estate and his said brother 
Johannes and to give a release or other proper instrument in writing, 
unto his brother, Johannes, for the said Johannes's equal share
thereof and also to take and receive from his said brother Johannes a release 
or other proper instrument in writing for his, the said Christopher 
Lott's equal share thereof in behalf of his estate which in and by
the said last will and testament may more fully and at large appear. And 
whereas the said parties have agreed that the said farm, woodland and 
meadows and premises shall be divided and that each party shall hold 
and enjoy their respective shares thereof in severalty, it is
therefore covenanted, granted and agreed, by and between the said parties, that 
a partition of the same shall be and is hereby made, and determined
in manner following, First, that the said Johannes J. Lott, his heirs
and assigns shall and may from henceforth have, hold, occupy, possess and 
enjoy in severalty all that certain mepuage dwelling-house, barn,
tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the New Lotts, in the 
township of Flatbush aforesaid, being the Easternmost half of the 
above described farm, bounded, Southerly by the highway that leads 
from Flatbush to Jamaica [along the south side of the New Lotts], 
Easterly by land of Isaac J. Snediker deceased, Northerly by the road 
or highway that leads from Flatbush to Jamaica, along the north side 
of the New Lotts, and then southerly and westerly by land set apart
for the equal half or share of the said Christopher Lott, deceased in the 
above described farm, as the same is now marked and marked out, 
containing about seventy five acres be the same more or less together 
with all the buildings and improvements thereon; also a tract or
parcel of woodland and clearland situate lying and being in the New Lotts 
aforesaid, bounded , Northerly by the highway, Westerly by woodland 
of Nicholas Williamsen, Southerly, by the fresh meadows and 
Easterly, by land of Hendrick Wyckoff called and known by Lot No. 13 
containing eighteen acres be the same more or less, Also another lot
of woodland situate lying and being in the township of Flatbush
aforesaid bounded, Southerly by land of John H. Lott, Easterly by woodland of 
Johannes J.(?) Lott, Northerly by land of Johannes Vansicklen 
deceased and Westerly by woodland of Bateman Loyd. Containing five 
acres be the same more or less; Also a lot or tract of salt meadows 
situate lying and being in the New Lotts aforesaid between the first 
and second creeks so called bounded Westerly by meadow of Peter 
Nefus, Northerly by land ofNicholas Williamsen, Easterly by meadow of
Hendrick Wyckoff and the heirs of Daniel Rapalje and Southerly by the creek commonly 
called Vanderveer's Creek [being Lot No. 5], Also another piece or 
tract of salt meadow and also lying between the aforesaid first and 
second creeks, bounded Northerly by land of Nicholas Williamsen, 
Westerly by meadow of Leffert Lefferts deceased, Easterly by meadow 
belonging to Flatbush Church and Southerly by the Bay [being the 
Easterly half of Lot No. 17]; Also a tract or parcel of fresh or bogg 
meadow situate lying and being in the New Lotts aforesaid, bounded 
Westerly by fresh meadow of Nicholas Williamsen, Southerly by the 
Circular or meadow-fence, Easterly by fresh meadow of (blank space) 
and Northerly by the upland. Also the Easterly, equal half of a lot
of salt and fresh meadows [being lot No. 22] situate lying and being in 
the New Lotts aforesaid, between the second and third creeks so
called, which lot is bounded as follows, Easterly by meadow of Coert 
VanBrunt, Southerly by the bay, Westerly by meadow belonging to the 
estate of Frederick Simonson deceased and Northerly by land formerly 
belonging to Nicholas Wyckoff, And the said Hendrick J. Lott and 
Stephen Lott Executors as aforesaid by virtue of the power and 
authority given them in and by the said last will and testament do by 
these presents, grant, release and confirm the same to the said 
Johannes J. Lott, his heirs and assigns forever, as and for the full
share and proportion of the said Johannes j. Lott, of in and to the said 
premises, so as aforesaid held in common, to have and to hold the 
same with all the priviliges and appurtenances thereof to him the
said Johannes J. Lott, his heirs and assigns forever, in severalty as 
aforesaid, and to his and their only use and behalf forever; And the 
said Hendrick J. Lott and Stephen Lott in the capacity aforesaid do
by these presents, covenant and grant to and with the said Johannes J. 
Lott, his heirs and assigns, that he and they shall and may from 
henceforth forever, peaceably and quietly, have, hold, use, occupy, 
enjoy and possess the same free and discharged of all right, title 
interest, claim and demand whatsoever of the said Executors or of any 
person or persons under them or under the right of the said 
Christopher Lott deceased. Second; that the said Hendrick J. Lott and 
Stephen Lott, Executors as aforesaid shall and may from henceforth, 
in behalf of the estate of Christopher Lott deceased, his heirs and 
assigns have hold, possess and enjoy in severalty all that tract or
parcel of land situate lying and being in the New Lotts in the township of 
Flatbush aforesaid [being the westernmost half of the avove described 
farm], bounded Southerly by the highway that leads from Flatbush to 
Jamaica [along the south side of the New Lotts], Westerly by land of 
Nicholas Williamsen, Northerly by the road or highway that leads 
from Flatbush to Jamaica [along the north side of the New Lotts], and 
then Northerly and Easterly by land set apart for the equal half or 
share of the aforesaid Johannes J. Lott in the above described farm,
as the same is now marked and marked out containing about seventy-five 
acres be the same more or less, (* E1) also a lot of woodland situate 
lying and being in the New Lotts aforesaid. Bounded Northerly by the 
highway Westerly by woodland of Isaac J. Snediker deceased 
Southerly by fresh meadows and Easterly by land of Peter P. Wyckoff 
being lot No. 16, containing twelve acres be the same more or less, 
Also a lot of woodland and clearland, situate lying and being in the 
New Lotts aforesaid, bounded, Northerly by the highway, Westerly by 
woodland of John Vanderveer Southerly by the fresh kill or mill pond 
and Easterly by woodland and clearland of Isaac J. Snediker deceased 
[being lot No. 18] containing twelve acres be the same more or less, 
Also a lot of woodland situate lying and being in the township of 
Flatlands [in the neck so called] in Kings County aforesaid, Bounded 
Southeasterly by woodland of Michael Stryker, Southwesterly by 
swamp of Derick Remsen, Northwesterly by woodland of Joannes 
Remsen and Northeasterly by the fresh kill or brook, containing three 
acres be the same more or less. Also a lot of woodland situate lying 
and being in the township of Flatbush in Kings County aforesaid, 
Bounded Northerly by the Flatbush road Westerly by woodland of 
Michael Stryker and Southerly and Easterly by woodland of William 
Williamsen, containing three and an half acres be the same more or 
less, And also another lot of woodland situate lying and being in the 
township of Flatbush aforesaid Bounded Southerly by land of John 
Vanderveer Westerly by woodland belonging to
the estate of Abraham Ditmas deceased Easterly and again Southerly 
and then again Easterly by land and woodland of John Vanderveer and 
Northerly by the Brooklyn line, containing ten acres be the same more 
or less, (* E2) Also the equal undivided half part of a lot of salt 
meadows in partnership with Nicholas Williamsen which lot is 
bounded Westerly by meadow of the said Nicholas Williamsen 
Northerly by a ditch adjoining the fresh meadow of Nicholas 
Williamsen and Easterly and Southerly by the second creek, Being lot 
No. 24, (* T2) Also a tract or parcel of salt and fresh meadow
situate lying and being in the New Lotts aforesaid, Between the second and 
third creek bounded Northerly by the upland Westerly by meadow of 
Johannes Ditmas Easterly by meadow of Derick Remsen and Southerly 
by the second creek being the Westerly half of lot No. 2, (* E3)
Also a tract or parcel of fresh or bogg meadow situate lying and being in
the New Lotts aforesaid Bounded Northerly by the Circular, or meadow 
fence Westerly by fresh meadow Nicholas Williamsen Easterly by 
fresh meadow of Johannes Ditmas and Southerly partly by the second 
creek and partly by a ditch, Also the Westerly equal half of a lot
of salt and fresh meadow being lot No. 22 situate lying and being in the New 
Lotts aforesaid Between the second and third creeks the boundaries of 
which lot are herein before described, And the said Johannes J. Lott 
for himself, his heirs executors and administrators doth by these 
presents grant release and confirm the same to the said Hendrick J. 
Lott and Stephen Lott in behalf of the heirs of the said Christopher 
Lott deceased, their heirs and assigns forever as and for the full
share part and proportion of the said Christopher Lott deceased of in and
to the said premises as aforesaid held in common to have and to hold the 
same with all the priviliges and appurtenances thereof unto the said 
Executors in behalf of the estate of Christopher Lott deceased and to 
his heirs and assigns forever in severalty as aforesaid and to their
only use and behalf forever [to the true intent and meaning that the same 
shall be considered as the real estate of the said Christopher Lott 
deceased and be subject to the regulations of his last will and
testament as effectually as if this partition had been made in his life time]
And the said Johannes J. Lott doth by these presents for himself, his 
executors and administrators covenant and grant to and with the said 
Hendrick J. Lott and Stephen Lott Executors as aforesaid that they
the said Executors and heirs of Christopher Lott deceased shall from 
henceforth forever, peaceably and quietly have, hold, use, occupy, 
possess and enjoy the same free and discharged of all right, title, 
interest, claim and demand whatsoever of him the said Johannes J. 
Lott, his heirs or assigns or of any person or persons claiming from
by on under him or them, In writing whereof the parties to these
presents have interchangeably set their hands and seals, the day and year
first above written.

Signed, Sealed and Delivered in the presence of
Henry Lininton
William Stoothoff Johannes J. Lott
Hendrick J. Lott
Stephen Lott Jr.(?)