Survey and map of William Feller's land, a part of Dr. Isaac Kip's farm, Beekman Patent (Rhinebeck Precinct), Dutchess County, New York, 1815.

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Feller, William. Survey and map of William Feller's land, a part of Dr. Isaac Kip's farm, Beekman Patent (Rhinebeck Precinct), Dutchess County, New York, 1815.

Survey and map of William Feller's land, a part of Dr. Isaac Kip's farm, Beekman Patent (Rhinebeck Precinct), Dutchess County, New York, 1815.

A survey of William Feller's land as surveyed by Benjamin B. Van Steenburgh, December 12, 1815. The land, a part of Dr. Isaac Kip's farm in Beekman Patent (Rhinebeck Precinct), Dutchess County, New York, was bought from Martin Heermance.

1 survey, 1 map.(1 survey map : manuscript ; 33 x 20 on 33 x 40 cm. sheet)

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Kip, Isaac L. (Isaac Lewis), 1767-1837

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Isaac⁵ Kip (1732-1815) was the son of Isaac⁴ (Jacobus³, Isaac², Hendrick¹) and Cornelia (Lewis) Kip. He was a physician in Rhinebeck, New York and was married to his cousin Rachel Kip, daughter of Jacob and Klaartjen Van Wagenen. He was a private in the 6th Regiment, Dutchess County Militia during the Revolution and was a signer of the Articles of Association. Isaac Kip's ancestor, Jacob³ Kip, with his brother Hendrick³, were the original owners (1686) of the tract known as Kipsberg...

Van Steenburgh, Benjamin,

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Heermanse, Martin.

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Livingston, Brockholst, 1757-1823

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Brockholst Livingston practised law in New York from 1783, and was an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1806-1823). Charlotte Hicks was the widow of Whitehead Hicks, mayor of New York. From the description of Letter to William Livingston, 15 April 1786. (Harvard Law School Library). WorldCat record id: 234341695 ...

Feller, William, 1906-1970

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Isaac⁵ Kip (1732-1815) was the son of Isaac⁴ (Jacobus³, Isaac², Hendrick¹) and Cornelia (Lewis) Kip. He was a physician in Rhinebeck, New York and was married to his cousin Rachel Kip, daughter of Jacob and Klaartjen Van Wagenen. He was a private in the 6th Regiment, Dutchess County Militia during the Revolution and was a signer of the Articles of Association. Isaac Kip's ancestor, Jacob³ Kip, with his brother Hendrick³, were the original owners (1686) of the tract known as Kipsberg...

Kip, Gerrit.

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Heermance, Martin.

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Steenburgh, Benjamin Van,

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