Isaac Sawyer’s First Tract ca. 1761 would, after the annexation by the Town of Lansingburgh of land south of the Deep Kill from the Town of Schaghticoke, form a large portion of Northern Lansingburgh north of the Patent of Stone Arabia incorporating Thieves Hollow, Rice Mountain, and the Brookins Cemetery.

Surnames appearing on old maps include:

1854: Brookens, Filkins, Larbee, Mott, Perry, Turner, Wade, Webster, Wool
1861: Filkins, Hemstreet, Munson, Perry, See, Shelder, Taylor, Turner, Van Pelt, Way, Wood, Wool
1870: Barber, Barnes, Carr, Connor, Filkin, Filkins, Freiot, Hemstreet, Huffman, Jones, Perry, See, Taylor, Van Vleck, Way, Whinnery, Wool

Detail cropped and annotated from "Map of a tract of land, granted to Isaac Sawyer and others called Pitt's Town." http://digitalcollections.archives.nysed.gov/index.php/Detail/Object/Show/object_id/36917

Detail cropped and annotated from “Map of a tract of land, granted to Isaac Sawyer and others called Pitt’s Town.” http://digitalcollections.archives.nysed.gov/index.php/Detail/Object/Show/object_id/36917