Business papers, 1712-1892.


Cooper, William, 1754-1809. Business papers, 1712-1892.

Business papers, 1712-1892.

These papers include patents, indentures, deeds, accounts, mortgages, bonds, receipts, land ledgers, waste books and memorandum books. The vast majority deal with land patents in upstate New York. The records date past William Cooper's death in 1809 as his sons, Isaac, William and Richard carried on his business dealings.

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Cooper, Richard Fenimore, 1775-1813 (person)

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Cooper, William, 1754-1809 (person)

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