Papers, 1791-1886, 1830-1839 (bulk)


Vanderpoel family. Papers, 1791-1886, 1830-1839 (bulk)

Papers, 1791-1886, 1830-1839 (bulk)

Largest portion are the professional papers from the law careers of James Vanderpoel and of Aaron Vanderpoel and William H. Tobey, including affidavits, bonds, briefs, depositions, and indentures; bills, promissory notes, and personal accounts; and correspondence, primarily letters received, concerning land transactions, finances, other legal cases, politics, elections, legislative bills, and some family affairs, 1791-1839. Other area lawyers represented include A.F. Bartow, John Browk, Charles M. Davis, Kinstry & Edwards, J.H. Lee, C.B. Ludlow, and Wilcoxsin and Van Schaack. Other items include petitions, resolutions, speeches, and letters to newspapers on political issues by Aaron Vanderpoel, 1817-1828, and personal letters to his wife and sister-in-law, 1851-1858; letters by S. Oakley Vanderpoel to his parents describing his travels in Europe, 1847-1848; and family recipes, bonds, deeds, and legal documents, 1837-1862.

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Wilcoxsin and Van Schaack (Firm) (corporateBody)

Tobey, William H., 1799-1878. (person)

Lee, J.H. (person)

Davis, Charles M. (person)

Bartow, Alfred Field. (person)

Vanderpoel, Aaron, 1799-1870 (person)

Aaron Vanderpoel (1799-1870) was a lawyer, later a judge, in Kinderhook, Columbia County, New York, and in New York City. He was administrator of the estate of William Temple Franklin (1760-1823), the grandson of Benjamin Franklin. From the guide to the Aaron Vanderpoel papers, 1770-1866, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.) BIOGHIST REQUIRED New York lawyer. Vanderpoel specialized in corporation and municipal law. From the guide to t...

Vanderpoel, S. Oakley (Samuel Oakley), 1824-1886 (person)

Vanderpoel, James, 1787-1843 (person)

Vanderpoel family. (family)

Members of the Vanderpoel family include James Vanderpoel (1787-1843), lawyer and politician; his brother Aaron Vanderpoel (b. 1799), lawyer and politician. William H. Tobey (1799-1878) was Aaron's law partner. All were residents of Kinderhook, N.Y. From the description of Papers, 1791-1886, 1830-1839 (bulk) (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155492329 ...

Ludlow, C. B. (person)

Browk, John. (person)

Kinstry & Edwards (Firm) (corporateBody)