Robert and Peter Van Brugh Livingston collection 1733-1737 Livingston, Robert and Peter Van Brugh collection

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Robert and Peter Van Brugh Livingston collection, Livingston, Robert and Peter Van Brugh collection, 1733-1737

Robert and Peter Van Brugh Livingston collection 1733-1737 Livingston, Robert and Peter Van Brugh collection

This collection is made up of 22 business letters and financial documents related to the Livingston family of Albany and New York City. Most of the material concerns the Livingstons' financial relationship with Samuel Storke of London, England.

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Storke, Samuel

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Philip Livingston (1686-1749), a merchant from Albany, New York, and his wife, Catharine Van Brugh, had nine surviving children: Robert (1708-1790), Peter Van Brugh (1710-1793), John (1714-1788), Philip (1716-1778), Henry (1719-1772), William (1723-1790), Sarah (1725-1805), Alida (1728-1790), and Catherine (b. 1733). Robert Livingston moved from Albany to New York City before 1734. He was involved in the shipping trade between North America and Great Britain; his English...

Livingston, Philip, 1686-1749

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Second Lord of the Manor, Clermont, N.Y. From the description of Letter, 1744. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155493389 Second proprietor of Livingston Manor. The son of Robert Livingston, Philip Livingston was a successful Albany merchant and Indian trader, secretary to the Board of Indian Affairs, and a member of the N.Y. provincial Council. From the description of Letter and memorandum : Albany, [N.Y.], to Messrs. Storke & Gainsbor...

Storke & Gainsborough.

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Livingston, Peter Van Brugh, 1710-1792

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Livingston was a New York businessman who was active in New York political affairs before and during the American Revolution. Johnson signed the U.S. Constitution for Connecticut, served as a Senator from Connecticut, and was President of Columbia University (1787-1800). From the description of [Letter] 1772 Jun. 24, Stratford [to] Sam.l Wm Johnson / P. V. B. Livingston. (Smith College). WorldCat record id: 245202632 Merchant and land owner; resided in New York City, and la...

Livingston family

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Philip Livingston (1686-1749), a merchant from Albany, New York, and his wife, Catharine Van Brugh, had nine surviving children: Robert (1708-1790), Peter Van Brugh (1710-1793), John (1714-1788), Philip (1716-1778), Henry (1719-1772), William (1723-1790), Sarah (1725-1805), Alida (1728-1790), and Catherine (b. 1733). Robert Livingston moved from Albany to New York City before 1734. He was involved in the shipping trade between North America and Great Britain; his English...

Livingston, Robert, Jr., 1708-1790

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