The 1706 Assessment is arranged by the individual Towns that made up Kings County in 1706. The Assessment of "Brooklands" is up first (page 91), and here we find a number of children of Adam Brouwer, of Gowanus, L. I.
|Kings Co., Connveyances, Vol. 3, p. 91 (image from FamilySearch.org)|
Pages 92 and 93 (image 418) apparently adds a few more names to the Brooklyn list, and then records the list for the Town of "Boshwycks" (Bushwick), the list for "fflatlands" (Flatlands, a.k.a. Amersfoort) and begins the list for "fflatbush" (Flatbush).
|Kings Co., Conveyances, Vol. 3, pp. 92-93 (image from FamilySearch.org)|
Pages 94 and 95 (image 419) continues the list for Flatbush and is followed by the lists for New Utrecht, Gravesend. The New Utrecht and Gravesend list begin on page 94 (old page 196) and both are continued on page 95. New Utrecht is on the left, and Gravesend is on the right.
|Kings Co., Conveyances, Vol. 3, pp. 94-95 (image from FamilySearch.org)|
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