Military Land Patents
New York State

Patentee Surnames beginning with the letter H

Number of records: 144

Military Land Patentees
SurnameGivenRankAcresDelivered ToRemarks
HaburnWilliam 600Nicholas Fish 

HackneyWilliam 600Jeremiah VanRensselaer 

HaggertyEnos 500Richard Edwards 

HainsJohn 600John Quackenboss 

HaleMordecaiS Mate1300himself 

HallJames 500James Caldwell's order 

HallJohn 500Thomas Jones 

HallettJoanahLieut1200himself 

HallettJonathanCapt1800himself 

HallockJonathan 500Timothy Tryon 

HallockJoseph 500Leonard Fisher 

HalseyAbraham 600Hugh Smith for H Ludlam 

HalseyThomas 600Hugh Smith for H Ludlam 

HalsteadJoseph 600William J Vredenburgh 

HaltzrappleZachariah 600William J Vredenburgh 

HammoreMoses 500Edmund Ogden 

HamtramckJohn FCapt1800Michael Connolly 

HanfardNicholas 500George Knox 

HanlyJames 500William J Vredenburgh 

HanmerFrancis 11200himself 

HansonDirckCapt1800himself 

HardenberghAbrahamLieut1200himself 

HardenburghJohn LLieut1200himself 

HardingOliver 500James Abell 

HardyBenjamin 600Zedediah Zanger 

HaringJacob 600Thomas Lawrance 

HarperJames 600William J Vredenburgh 

HarriettIsrael 600himself 

HarrinMichael 500Philip VanCortlandt 

HarrisCato 500Robert Wilson 

HarrisHenry 500Edmund Mead 

HarrisHenry 600John Elting for Jacob Tremper 

HarrisJames 500James B Clarke 

HarrisWilliam 500Augustus Sacket 

HarrisonPhilip 500John McGregor for Thomas Harrison 

HartThomas 500Michael Connolly 

HartWilliam 600Dirck VanIngen 

HarterAdam 600Michael Connolly 

HartwickJohn 600Hercules Heron 

HarveyElishaLieut1200Asa Spalding 

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Document Availability

For copies of individual pages in this document, contact the Jefferson County Historical Society and cite Document Accession Number: 1961-940: "List of the Names of Persons to Whom MILITARY PATENTS have issued out of the SECRETARY's OFFICE and To Whom DELIVERED", published by Order of the Legislature and printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, printers to the state -1793-".

Additional information on New York Military Land Patents is available from the New York State Archives.