Christopher Hurlbut
Papers, 1788-1839

SC11599

Quantity: 3 Boxes (1.0 cubic feet)
Access: Open to research
Acquisition: See Provenance Note
Processed By: Fred Bassett, Senior Librarian, Manuscripts and Special Collections, March 1994; revised June 2014

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Biographical Note:

Christopher Hurlbut was born in Groton, Connecticut, May 30, 1757, and died in Arkport, New York, April 21, 1831. In 1770 he served in the Continental Army under the immediate command of George Washington. He helped capture the Native Americans who raided settlements in the Wyoming Valley of Pennsylvania, where he was living in 1779. In 1776 he married Elizabeth Mann. They had eight children.

In 1796 Christopher Hurlbut purchased and surveyed several great lots located in the Canisteo River valley that now encompasses parts of Steuben, Allegany, and Livingston counties. Much of the land was part of the estate of Sir William Pulteney, who had received a patent through Robert Morris in 1790. Prior to that, the land was part of the Phelps and Gorham purchase.

In 1797 Hurlbut built a house for his family on a lot now located in the hamlet of Arkport. By 1800 he had opened a general store and started a saw mill. In addition, he began to run arks (rafts) down the Canisteo River, which was eventually designated as a public waterway by the State of New York. Hurlbut also was involved in the planning and construction of roads and turnpikes in Allegany and Steuben counties, and in local politics, including serving on the board of the Arkport school district. His eldest daughter was one of the first teachers in the Arkport school. The Hurlbut family remained prominent in the area for several succeeding generations.

Scope and Contents Note:

The papers of Christopher Hurlbut relate not only to his personal life and career, but also provide historical documentation relative to the settlement and development of land in western New York State in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. These papers include correspondence, accounts, receipts, land titles, survey field books, and plat maps.  

The correspondence consists chiefly of letters addressed to Christopher Hurlbut from his family and from business associates detailing his work as a merchant, and later as a land surveyor and agent for the Pulteney estate. The letters also consider civic activities, political issues, and personal and family matters. Principal correspondents include John Hurlbut, Dugald Cameron, Matthias Hollenback, Samuel S. Haight, Henry Wells, and Robert Troup.

Papers related specifically to his business interests in land development include copies of land titles, contracts, plat maps, and survey field notes. These records are arranged primarily by town and range number, the system employed to subdivide and describe tracts of land in the United States after the Revolution. Lands held by Hurlbut were situated mostly in towns 4, 5, and 6 in the ranges 5, 6, and 7, which now form parts of Allegany, Steuben, and Livingston counties in New York State.

Ancillary papers include accounts and receipts for goods and services purchased by Hurlbut; promissory notes taken up by those who owed money to Hurlbut, contracts for road construction and maintenance, and records related to the district school in Arkport, New York.

Provenance Note:

The bulk of papers related to Christopher Hurlbut were purchased by this repository from B.S. Tighe in April 1946, and accessioned as collection SC11599. An additional series, consisting of 29 letters, appears to have been purchased from the same vendor in September 1950, and accessioned as collection 12451. The two series were collated in March 1994. Another series, consisting of 53 letters, was purchased from Frank Collins about March 1944, and accessioned as collection 11276. This series was collated with SC11599 in June 2014.

Box and Folder List:


Box Folder Contents
1 1 Correspondence, 1794-1799 (13 items)
  1. John Hurlbut to Christopher Hurlbut, Asylum, [Pa.], October 13, 1794
  2. John Hurlbut to Elizabeth Hurlbut, Asylum, [Pa.], October 16, 1794
  3. John Hurlbut to Elizabeth Hurlbut, Asylum, [Pa.], November 3, 1794
  4. John Hurlbut to Elizabeth Hurlbut, Asylum, [Pa.], November 5, 1794
  5. Thomas[?] to Christopher Hurlbut, Groton, [Conn.], October 20, 1795
  6. John Hurlbut to Christopher Hurlbut, Toulon, January 18, 1796
  7. John Hurlbut to Christopher Hurlbut, Tolland, October 16, 1796
  8. John Hurlbut to Christopher Hurlbut, Palmira [sic], [N.Y.], January 13, 1797
  9. Isaac Van Deventer to Christopher Hurlbut, March 7, 1798
  10. P. Catlin, [Wilkes-Barre, Pa.], June 12, 1799
  11. David Jones to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y.], June 29, 1799
  12. Christopher Hurlbut to David Jones, Canisteo Grant, [N.Y.], October 14, 1799
  13. David Jones to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y.], October 16, 1799
  14. Henry A. Townsend to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y.], October 23, 1799
1 2 Correspondence, 1800-1805
  1. William Cuyler to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, Steuben Co., [N.Y.], September 5, 1801
  2. Theodore Hinman to Christopher Hurlbut, Geneseo, [N.Y.], February 23, 1802
  3. John M. [Miner], Geneseo, [N.Y.], July 21, 1802
  4. John M. Miner, Geneseo, [N.Y.], August 11, 1802
  5. Theodore Hinman to Christopher Hurlbut, Geneseo, [N.Y.], December 8, 1802
  6. Ezra Hall to Christopher Hurlbut, Geneseo, [N.Y.], December 6, 1803
  7. Jared Irwin to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y.], February 21, 1804
  8. Jared Irwin to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y.], March 8, 1804
  9. Mathias Hollenback, Newtown Point, April 4, 1804
  10. John Hurlbut to Elisha Blackman, Palmyra, [N.Y.], April 16, 1804
  11. Robert Troup to Christopher Hurlbut, New York, June 20, 1804
  12. Naphtali Hurlbut to Christopher Hurlbut, Pittstown, February 11, 1805
1 3 Correspondence, 1807-1819
  1. Amos Avery to Christopher Hurlbut, Preston, September 7, 1807
  2. Matthias Hollenback to Christopher Hurlbut, Wilkes-Barre, [Pa.], September 19, 1807
  3. Jared Irwin to Christopher Hurlbut, Dansville, [N.Y.], December 1, 1808
  4. [Matthias] Hollenback to Christopher Hurlbut, Wilkes-Barre, [Pa.], January 30, 1813
  5. Matthias Hollenback to Christopher Hurlbut, Wilkes-Barre, [Pa.], July 22, 1814 with debit-credit account
  6. Cameron & Chapin to C. Endrass, January 27, 1815
  7. Henry Wells to Christopher Hurlbut, Elmira, [N.Y.], April 8, 1815
  8. William Wells to Christopher Hurlbut, Newtown, May 1, 1815
  9. Robert Troup, Geneva, Ontario County, [N.Y.], September 18, 1815
  10. Matthias Hollenback to Christopher Hurlbut, Wysox, [Pa.], February 22, 1816
  11. John Whiting, October 12, 1819
1 4 Correspondence, 1821-1830
  1. Christopher Hurlbut to [?], Arkport, [N.Y.], April 2, 1821 (draft)
  2. P. Cobb to Christopher Hurlbut, Quincy, May 27, 1821
  3. Naphtali Hurlbut to Christopher Hurlbut, Kingston, [Pa.], March 4, 1822
  4. Moses Van Campen to Christopher Hurlbut, Angelica, [N.Y.], December 19, 1822
  5. L. Strong to Christopher Hurlbut, Hinsdale, May 30, 1823
  6. Matthias Hollenback to Christopher Hurlbut, Wilkes-Barre, [Pa.], September 20, 1823
  7. [Luman] Hopkins to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y.], March 22, 1824
  8. Alex Jamison to Christopher, [Salem. Pa.], March 22, 1825
  9. R.W. Knight to Christopher, Almond, [N.Y.], April 2, 1825
  10. Daniel Cruger to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y.], October 31, 1825
  11. William H. Bull to Christopher Hurlbut, Howard, [N.Y.], November 22, 1825
  12. [Samuel] C. Wilson to Christopher Hurlbut, Angelica, [N.Y.], November 22, 1826
  13.  [?], October 29, 1827
  14. [Luen] P. Kennedy to [Christopher Hurbut], Lansingburgh, [N.Y.], April 14, 1828
  15. Edwin Tiffany to Christopher Hurlbut, Walworth Landing, [N.Y.], October 24, 1830
1 5 Correspondence – Letters from Samuel Haight,1803-1809 (19 items)
  1. Samuel Haight to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y], April 26, 1803
  2. Samuel Haight to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y], April 12, 1804
  3. Samuel Haight to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y], September 15, 1804
  4. Samuel Haight to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y], September 17, 1804
  5. Samuel Haight to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y], September 17, 1804 (2nd letter)
  6. Samuel Haight to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y], September 25, 1804
  7. Samuel Haight to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y], September 26, 1804
  8. Samuel Haight to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y], October 21, 1804
  9. Samuel Haight to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y], December 22, 1804
  10. Samuel Haight to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y], April 25, 1805
  11. Samuel Haight to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y], May 11, 1805
  12. Samuel Haight to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y], June 13, 1805
  13. Samuel Haight to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y], September 26, 1805
  14. Samuel Haight to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y], February 25, 1806
  15. Samuel Haight to Christopher Hurlbut, [Bath, N.Y.], July 1, 1806
  16. Samuel Haight to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y], March 8, 1807
  17. Samuel Haight to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y], April 26, 1807
  18. Samuel Haight to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y], August 20, 1807
  19. Samuel Haight to Christopher Hurlbut, [Bath, N.Y.], March 25, 1809
  20. Samuel Haight to Christopher Hurlbut, Bath, [N.Y], n.d.
1 6 Correspondence – Letters from Dugald Cameron, 1815-1827
  1. Dugald Cameron to Christopher Hurlbut, [Bath, N.Y.], June 14, 1815
  2. Dugald Cameron to Christopher Hurlbut, [Bath, N.Y.], November 19, 1825
  3. Dugald Cameron to Christopher Hurlbut, [Bath, N.Y.], February 3, 1822
  4. Dugald Cameron to Christopher Hurlbut, [Bath, N.Y.], April 12, 1822
  5. Dugald Cameron to Christopher Hurlbut, [Bath, N.Y.], June 10, 1822
  6. Dugald Cameron to Christopher Hurlbut, [Bath, N.Y.], January 15, 1823
  7. Dugald Cameron to Christopher Hurlbut, [Bath, N.Y.], January 30, 1824
  8. Dugald Cameron to Christopher Hurlbut, [Bath, N.Y.], November 23, 1824
  9. Dugald Cameron to Ira Davenport, Bath, [N.Y.], January 23, 1827
  10. Dugald Cameron to Christopher Hurlbut, [Bath, N.Y.], n.d.; includes plat map of Cattaraugus County
1 7 Correspondence, n.d.
  1. Thomas Gibson to Christopher Hurlbut, Wysoking, October 15, [18-?]
  2. D. Higginson to Christopher Hurlbut, [n.p.], [18-?]
  3. Theodore Hinman to Christopher Hurlbut, [Geneseo, N.Y.?]. [18-?]
  4. Robert McKay for Ezra Hall to Christopher Hurlbut, [n.p.], [18-?]
1 8 Family Correspondence, 1829-1839
  1. Nancy Hoyt to [Elizabeth Hurlbut], Kingston,[Pa.], October 13, 1829
  2. Incomplete letter to sister and brother, Walworth, [N.Y.], May 23, 1830
  3. Nancy Hoyt to [Elizabeth Hurlbut], Kingston,[Pa.], March 7, 1839
2 1 Accounts and receipts, 1790-1804 (20 items)
2 2 Accounts and receipts, 1805-1815 (22 items)
2 3 Promissory notes,1788-1822 (20 items)
2 4 Payment orders, 1788-1822 (14 items)
2 5 Debit-credit accounts 1802-1816 (9 items)
  1. Sundry Goods Account with George McClure, 1802-1806
  2. Sundry Goods Account with James McBurney, 1806
  3. Real Estate Account with George Hornell, ca.1806
  4. Shipping Account and Contract with Simeon Drown, 1815-1816
  5. Sundry Accounts with A. Hooper, 1814-1816
2 6 School Records, Arkport District, 1814-1832 (3 items)
  1. Teaching Certificate of Abigail Hurlbut, 1814
  2. Subscriptions, 1815
  3. Tax Roll, 1832
2 7 Legal Documents and Sundry Land Papers (5 items)
  1. Judgment: Hurlbut vs. John Allen, 1800
  2. List of Electors and Value of Freehold Goods
  3. Memorandum of an agreement between John Ryers and Jacob Jones, 1811, regarding lease for land in Arkport
  4. Bond to Harvey Montgomery, 1817
  5. Articles of agreement between Christopher Hurlbut and Hugh Doherty, May 5, 1804
2 8 State Road Contracts and Accounts, 1813-1816 (12 items)
  1. Allegany road account with Christopher Hurlbut
  2. John Pierce (Indian) contract to make 2 miles of road
  3. Allegany road accounts, 1816
  4. Accounts with state road for cash paid to Jeremiah Morreton, 1813-1815
  5. State road in Cattaraugus County, Account
  6. Petition to legislature to appropriate more money for state road in Allegany and Cattaraugus counties, 1813
  7. Christopher Hurbut in account with state road in Cattaraugus County, 1815
  8. Isaiah Jones’s agreement to finish road, 1814
  9. Edward Foster’s agreement to complete state road from 14th to 15th mile
  10. Survey of road in Hornellsville
  11. Statement of charges suspended in the examination of the account of Moses Van Campen, Christopher Hurlbut, and Jedediah Strong, commissioners for making a road from the Pennsylvania line to Hamilton
  12. Expenses incurred by James Jones on state road
2 9 Deeds, 1815-1816
  1. Stephen Webb to Hurlbut, October 27, 1815, parts of lots 1 and 2 in gore at Canisteo
  2. Nathan Cary and Jane Cary to Hurlbut, March 21, 1816, part of lot 2 in gore in Canisteo
2 10 Land titles and Hyde Estate Papers, 1815-1827
  1. Deed: Willys to Hurlbut, January 12, 1815, land in T5 R6 (Dansville)
  2. Account: Hyde estate with B.F. Mead, 1826
  3. Letter of administration to Eunice Hyde and Christopher Hurlbut, May 11, 1826 (printed form)
  4. Administration sale of Willys Hyde’s estate, January 25, 1827
  5. Inventory of estate of W. Hyde, October 16, 1826
  6. Record: land sold at public auction from estate of W. Hyde, Dansville, January 24, 1827
2 11 Pulteney Tract Land Titles and Contracts, 1794-1815 (Arkport)
  1. Deed: Charles Williamson to Alexander Walker for land in Ontario County. Lot no. 1 in gore between Town 4 and Town 5 in the 6th Range comprising 313 acres, August 29, 1794
  2. Deed: Alexander Walker to William Dunn, January 5, 1795, of land in Ontario County. Lot no. 1 in gore between Town 4 and Town 5 in the 6th Range comprising 313 acres,
  3. Deed: Robert Biggar to Christopher Hurlbut, Lots 2 and 13 in Steuben County, October 6, 1795
  4. Memorandum relative to Alexander Walker bonds and Robert Bigger mortgage, ca. 1797
  5. Contract: Christopher Hurlbut and Sir William Pulteney for land in Upper Canisteo gore, lot no. 3, consisting of 314 acres, October 19, 1804 – canceled deed, delivered January 25, 1811
  6. Contract: Sir William Pulteney to Christopher Hurlbut for the assignments of three bonds and mortgages, executed by Alexander Walker, John Allen and Robert Biggar, February 15, 1805
  7. Deed: Sir John L. Johnstone & Lady Johnstone to Christopher Hurlbut, lot no, 3 in the gore between Towns 4 and 5 in the 6th Range comprising 314 acres, December 10, 1810
  8. Statement of Hurlbut’s debt to the Pulteney estate, February 15, 1815
2 12 Land Surveys and Maps - Town 6 Range 6 (Dansville) (9 items)
  1. Subdivision Plot Map of Northwest Quarter
  2. Lots in the Northwest Quarter
  3. Lots in Rush Bottom Section
  4. Subdivision of Southeast and Southwest Quarters (3 items)
2 13 Land Surveys and Maps - Town 3 Range 5 (Canisteo) (3 items)
  1. Subdivision Plot Map
  2. Survey Field Notes of Lot 11, 3rd Division
  3. Survey of Lot of land from James McBarney]
2 14 Plat Maps showing subdivisions in various towns (4 items)
  1. Town 1, Range 5 (Troupsburg)
  2. Town 2, Range 5 (Jasper)
  3. Town 2, Range 6 (Greenwood)
  4. Town 4, Range 5 (Howard)
2 15 Land surveys: Town 4, Range 6 (Hornellsville) 2 items
  1. Survey of William Sharp lots,
  2. Survey of William Avery Hyde lot, 1824
2 16 Plat maps: Town 4, Range 7 (Almond) 4 items
  1. Subdivision Plat Map
  2. Lots of Stephen Major and others
  3. Lots of John Hornby
  4. Lots of McClure, McHenry, Van Camp, and others
2 17 Plat maps and surveys: Town 5, Range 7 (Burns) (3 items)
  1. Subdivision Plot Map
  2. Survey of James Abbot lot, 1815
  3. Lots of select individuals
2 18 Land surveys and maps: land situated on the west side of Seneca Lake patented by the State of New York to James Watson (4 items)
  1. Survey of tract of 24,918 acres
  2. Lot subdivisions in 9th through 10th sections
  3. Lot subdivision in 7th section
  4. Lot subdivision in 17th and 19th sections
2 19 Land surveys and maps – various places
  1. Draft of U.S. Bank lands in 7th Range
  2. Survey of Huntington Road
2 20 Sundry land papers (8 items)

Note: Survey field notes are generally identified by Town (T) and Range (R) number and not dated. The few items that are dated indicate the surveys were done as early as 1806 and as late as 1827.

Box Folder Volume Contents
3 1 1 Survey field notes
  1. T4 R5 - Howard, Steuben County - James Jeffries
  2. T6 R6 - Wayland, Steuben County - David and James McCandy
  3. T5 R6 - Cohocton, Steuben County
3 1 2 Survey field notes
  1. T3 R5 - Canisteo, Steuben County - Thomas P. Mumford Roads
  2. Gore lots 22-23
3 1 3 Survey field notes
  1. T4 R7 - Almond, Allegany County - David Markham
  2. T5 R6 - Cohocton, Steuben County
3 1 4 Survey field notes
  1. T5 R7 - Burns, Allegany County
  2. T4 R7 – Almond, Allegany County - Miles Oakly and others
3 1 5 Survey field notes
  1. T4 R7 - Almond, Allegany County - Nathan Carey
  2. T5 R6 - Cohocton, Steuben County - Joel Atherton; Stephen Webb
3 1 6 Survey field notes
  1. T4 R5 - Howard, Steuben County - Robert Bar
  2. Lower Canisteo gore - John Butler; Joseph Butler
3 2 7 Survey field notes, 1808-1810
  1. T4 R7 - Almond, Allegany County - Matthias McHenry; Benjamin Van Campen; Moses Parker
  2. T4 R5 - Howard, Steuben County
  3. Road from Bath
  4. Cross road and private road
  5. Road from Camden Mills - William Winon; Road in Canisteo opposite James McBurney’s
  6. T5 R5 - Cohocton, Steuben County
  7. T4 R7 - Almond, Allegany County - Elisha Knight
3 3 8 Survey field notes
  1. Lower Canisteo - Steuben Crosby
  2. Lot owned by John Stephens
  3. T5 R4 - Wheeler, Steuben County - Samuel Wardom(?)
  4. T4 R7 - Almond, Allegany County - James Ayers
  5. T2 R5 - Jasper, Steuben County - J. Stevens
  6. Lot 13 in gore - Silas Stephens
3 3 9 Survey field notes - T6 R6 - Wayland, Steuben County - Shepard Stearns
3 3 10 Survey field notes
  1. T4 R6 - Hornellsville, Steuben County
  2. Cohocton, Steuben County - William Atherton
  3. T6 R6 - Wayland, Steuben County - Charles Townsend; James Rodmen
3 3 11 Survey field notes
  1. T4 R7 - Almond, Allegany County - Miles Oakly
  2. Private road for Stephen Major
  3. T5 R7 - Burns, Allegany County - Giles Shippey
  4. Lot 2, Div. 2 in Canisteo - James Jeffries
  5. T5 R6 - Cohocton, Steuben County - James Irwin; Moses Gregory; John Duncan; David Boynton
  6. Road in Canisteo
3 4 12 Survey field notes
  1. Lot 14 in the gore
  2. Samuel Gilson; Thomas Quick; Cornelius Quick; Josiah Starling
3 4 13 Survey field notes
  1. David Rundell; Thomas Younger
  2. T5 R7 - Burns, Allegany County
  3. T5 R6 - Lot 3 Cohocton, Steuben County
3 4 14 Survey field notes
  1. T6 R6 - Way, Steuben County - Charles Townsend; Benjamin Thomson; Gilbert Townsend
  2. T5 R6 - Cohocton, Steuben County David Irwin; James Irwin
3 4 15 Survey field notes - T4 R7 - Almond, Allegany County - Oakly and others
3 4 16 Survey field notes
  1. T5 R7 - Burns, Allegany County
  2. T4 R7 - Almond, Allegany County - Oran Huys and others
3 4 17 Survey field notes
  1. T6 R6 - Wayland, Steuben County - L. Hammond
  2. T5 R6 - Cohocton, Steuben County - Christopher Hurlbut
  3. T5 R7 - Burns, Allegany County - Elijah Abbot
  4. State road in Canisteo
  5. T5 R7 - Burns, Allegany County - Samuel Quick
  6. T5 R6 - Cohocton, Steuben County - Elijah Abbot; John Hollister; Elijah Hood, Jr.
3 4 18 Survey field notes
  1. T5 R6 - Dansville, Steuben County - John Henry
  2. T4 R5 - Howard, Steuben County
3 5 19 Survey field notes, 1815
  1. T6 R7 - Grove, Allegany County - Samuel Culbertson
  2. T6 R6 - Christian Endress - Wayland, Steuben County
  3. Division of Cedar Mill Tract
  4. Lower Canisteo gore - Edward Green
  5. T5 R6 - Cohocton, Steuben County - William Sharp; Shepard Stevens
  6. T6 R6 - Wayland, Steuben County - John Gaylord
  7. Lot no. 3 in gore - Willys Hyde
  8. T6 R6 - Wayland, Steuben County - Samuel Culbertson
  9. Estate of Phineas Stephen
  10. T6 R7 - Grove, Allegany County - James McCurdy
  11. T5 R6 - Cohocton, Steuben County - G. Sutcliff
  12. T5 R7 - Burns Allegany County - James Abbot
3 6 20 Survey field notes, 1812 - T6 R6 - Wayland, Steuben County - David Chatfield
3 6 21 Survey field notes - T6 R6 - Wayland, Steuben County
3 6 22 Survey field notes
  1. Lot no. 11 in Upper Canisteo - Joseph Pondic(?)
  2. T6 R6 - Wayland, Steuben County
  3. T5 R7 - Burns, Allegany County - Samuel Quick
3 6 23 Survey field notes, 1808 - T4 R7 - Almond, Allegany County
3 6 24 Survey field notes
  1. T5 R6 - Cohocton, Steuben County - William Sharp
  2. Roads
3 7 25 Survey field notes, 1819-1827- Turnpike road from Angelica to Olean beginning at county line between Allegany and Cattaraugus counties near Hickstown; and miscellaneous surveys
3 8 26 Survey field notes
  1. Town 3 Range 6 - Hartsville, Steuben County John Stearn; Benjamin Brooks
  2. T5 R5 - Cohocton, Steuben County
  3. T5 R6 & 7 - Danville, Steuben County & Burns, Allegany County - James Abbot
  4. Lot no. 4 in gore - James Ayres
3 8 27 Survey field notes, 1806-1807
  1. T4 R7 - Almond, Allegany County
  2. T5 R7 - Burns, Allegany County
  3. Upper Canisteo Roads
3 8 28 Survey field notes  - Various large lots (unidentified location)
3 9 29 Survey field notes, 1810
  1. T6 R6 - Wayland, Steuben County - Jonathan Rowley
  2. Survey in Rush Bottom
  3. T5 R6 - Dansville, Steuben County
3 10 30 Survey field notes, 1813
  1. State Roads - Allegany County
  2. T4 R6 - Hornellsville
  3. T6 R6 – Dansville
3 11 31 Survey field notes - Road in Dansville, Steuben County
3 11 32 Survey field notes - Miscellaneous surveys
3 11 33 Diary, 1828-1830, chiefly about the weather
3 11 34 Accounts, 1818-1820
3 11 35 Account memoranda, n.d.
3 12 36 Account book of Sundry Goods with Christopher Hurlbut for expenses to Point  Hurlbut and return, Dansville, September 21, 1814
3 12 37 Survey Memoranda book, n.d.
Last Updated: July 25, 2014