John Tayler
Papers, 1688-1871

SC20183

Quantity: 7 Boxes (2.50 cubic ft.)
Access: Open to research
Acquisition: Collation of items previously accessioned separately – See provenance note for more information.
Processed By: Honor Conklin, Archivist, Manuscripts and Special Collections, September 1991; revised Vicki Weiss, Senior Librarian, Manuscripts and Special Collections, September 2014

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Historical Note:

John Tayler (1742-1829), the son of William Tayler and Mary Condy [Condit], was born in New York City and moved to Albany, New York, at the age of seventeen. He married Margaret Van Valkenburgh (ca. 1743-1796) and adopted her niece, Margaret Venor (ca. 1773-1860), the daughter of John and Eva (Van Valkenburgh) Venor, who became his sole heir. There is correspondence to Tayler in this collection for 1791 from a John Venor of Stillwater, New York. Margaret Venor Tayler married Dr. Charles Dekay Cooper (1760[?]-1831), the son of Dr. Annanias and Elizabeth (DeKay) Cooper of Rhinebeck, New York. Dr. Charles D. Cooper settled in Albany, New York, in 1792. He and his wife had five children: John Tayler Cooper (1798-1878), a lawyer, military officer in the New York militia, and land agent; Charles D. Cooper Jr., an Episcopalian clergyman; Elizabeth (ca. 1807-1867); Margaret (Mrs. Joel Benedict Nott); and William.

John Tayler, Dr. Charles D. Cooper, and John Tayler Cooper were also land agents and the materials in the John Tayler Papers (SC20183) and the Cooper Family Papers (SC20184) reflect their mutual business concerns.

Tayler was a merchant; during the American Revolution he was appointed Clothier General to the United States Army. In the 1780s he was an agent to the Iroquois for the [New York State] Commissioners of Indian Affairs.

As a land agent, Tayler handled properties in Albany County including Guilderland, where he resided, and the City of Albany in the vicinity of Green and State streets and the Albany pier area. In business with his son-in-law, Charles D. Cooper and later John Tayler Cooper, his dealings reached throughout New York State.

Tayler was also a lawyer and served as a public official in various capacities and on several boards, including the Provincial Congress (1776, 1777), the Council of Safety (1777), the Assembly from Albany (1777-1787), Canal Commissioner of New York (1792), Recorder of Albany (1793), first judge of Albany County, New York (1797), New York Senate (1802, 1804-1813), Capital Commissioner of New York (1804), Lieutenant Governor of New York (1811, 1813-1817), Acting Governor of New York (1817) when Governor Daniel D. Tompkins resigned to become Vice-President of the United States, member of the Board of Regents of the University of New York, Vice Chancellor of the University of New York, and Chancellor of New York.

John Tayler was also a trustee in the Albany Water Works, a stock holder in the Northern Inland Lock Navigation Company, a director of the Western Inland Lock Navigation Company and of the New York State Bank.

Tayler died in Albany on March 29, 1829, and is buried in the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church Cemetery.

Provenance note:

This collection was created in September 1991 by collating items that (1) were accessioned separately as single items by this repository; (2) came from SC9838, a collection of ca. 515 documents assembled by Charles S. Ransom, a collector, which was purchased from Ransom in December 1926; and (3) are related to the Hazen Estate (49 items originally accessioned as SC14821), donated to the New York State Library in December 1968 by Ethel Gilliland.  Original accession numbers are in parentheses.

Scope and Content Note:

Being a compilation, and due to the fact that the personal and professional lives of John Tayler, Charles D. Cooper, and John Tayler Cooper were so closely intertwined, there is some overlap within the papers. The papers were separated as much as possible by signature and date into the John Tayler Papers (accession number SC20183) and the Cooper Family Papers (accession number SC20184), which is further divided between Charles D. Cooper and John Tayler Cooper. Mrs. Margaret Cooper may be found in all three divisions and there may be some confusion with that of his son, Charles D. Cooper, Jr.

Biographical material may be found in typescript form in the biographical folder and in printed form in the finding aid folder. Little was found of John Tayler's background. The majority of information available is on his career and family through the adoption of Margaret Venor and her marriage to Charles D. Cooper. Some information on his family and the distribution of his estate may be found in the typescript collection of Gertrude Lansing (accession number 14822).

The correspondence details land purchases and rents, supply sales to settlers and New York State Indians, the matter of the refugees from Canada and Nova Scotia to the old military tract and legislation and legal matters. There are holograph original and copy letters from Tayler to, among others, Governor George Clinton, Abel French, and Stephen Van Rensselaer, and two letter books, which also include receipts, containing correspondence to Benjamin Mooers, William Cooper, Gabriel Ludlow, Peter A. Yates, John Van Rensselaer, DeWitt Clinton, John Jacob Astor, Francis Bloodgood, Colonel Marinus Willett, Le Ray De Chamont, and Benjamin Birdsall. Correspondence received includes that from Peter R. Livingston, Melancton Smith, Hugh White, Christopher P. Yates, Abraham Van Vechten, Alexander Macomb, Abel French, Era L'Hommedieu.

The financial series includes accounts and account books regarding Tayler as the Clothier General to the United States Army and as an agent to the Iroquois for the [New York State] Commissioners of Indian Affairs, as well as land transactions, including the rental of large tracts from Stephen Van Rensselaer, the patroon of Rensselaerwyck Manor. Those involved in the treaty and supply negotiations with the Iroquois were Samuel Kirkland and Richard Varick. There are also bonds, stocks, receipts and tax receipts.

The land papers are primarily deeds of properties managed or owned by John Tayler, arranged by county. The land titles for Albany County, especially those in Guilderland, where Tayler resided, trace the ownership of certain properties. Additional counties involved are Cayuga, Chenango, Clinton, Cortland, Delaware, Essex, Fulton (formerly Montgomery), Greene (formerly Albany), Hamilton, Herkimer, Madison, Montgomery, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, Otsego, Saratoga, Schoharie, Seneca, and Steuben and include the following patents: Bayards Patent, Chenango Twenty Towns, Fonda Patent, Jessup's Purchase, McKees Patent, Old Military Tract, Royal Grant, Saratoga Patent, Strassburgh Patent, Totten and Crossfields, and Vrooman lands in Schoharie County. The papers include maps and surveys. In addition there is an appendix for the John Tayler Papers and the Cooper Family Papers of seventy-two maps that have been catalogued individually and related directly, in some instances, to indentures and other maps.

The legal series includes land and estate cases by John Tayler for Jacob Everston's estate, as well as John Smith and William Armstrong's bankruptcy. It also contains his appointment as attorney for Andres Lee, miscellaneous contracts and certificates and the will of Isaac Casparus Halnbak [Hollenbeck?] (1708).

Box and Folder List:


Box Folder Description
1 1 Biographical: Typescript entitled “John Tayler, Sometime Lieutenant Governor of the State of New York. By the late John Tayler Hall, of Albany, New York,” n.d. (4958)
Correspondence
Letters from John Tayler to others
1 2 Copy of a letter to Governor George Clinton re: land purchased from Mr. Fonda. Albany, March 6, 1783. Manuscript, 1p. (33.5 x 21.5 cm.) (2799)
1 2 Copy of a letter to Coles & Underhill re: wheat. Albany, December 24, 1790. Manuscript, 2(4)p. (30 x 18.25 cm.) (2803)
1 2 Copy of letter to William Neilson re: request for rye; also mentions Capt. Lewis, Capt. Trotter and potash kettles. Albany, April 5, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (31 x 19 cm.) (2995)
1 2 Letter re: paying rent due the Oneida and Onondaga nations and of procuring corn. Albany, June 20, 1792. A.L.S. 2p. (32 x 20.25 cm.) (3524)
1 2 Letter from John Tayler to John Ferguson [glove manufacturer?], Albany, September 23, 1803. A.L.S., 1(4)p. (23.5 x 29 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 509)
1 2 Letter to Nathan Williams, Esq., Utica, that a British sloop of war “arrived at New York with the preliminaries signed at Ghent” re: peace [1815]. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (25 x 20.75 cm.) (2431)
1 2 John Tayler. Letter to Sheffield Collins. Albany, October 23, 1821. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (19.75 x 16 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 520)
1 2 Letter to Samuel Cummings re: rent Cummings owes Tayler. Albany, October 7, 1824. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (20.25 x 16.25 cm.) (2821)
1 2 Copy of a letter to Abel French re: plan of Gerrit Boon “from Holland who intends to establish the manufacturing of maple sugar on or near the Mohawk River.” November 30, 1791 [date from endorsement]. Manuscript, 2(4)p. (31.5 x 19 cm.) (7930)
1 2 Tayler, John to Stephen Van Rensselaer re: death and funeral of “our Governor” and re: political news. n.p. , February 15 (18?), 18--. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (25 x 19.75 cm.) (6149)
1 3 See box 6 v. 1
1 4 See box 6 v. 2
Letters to John Tayler
1 5 Blair, John. Letter re: purchase by Blair of land near the Delaware River “in the Jerseys.” Albany, March 26, 1778. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (21 x 15.5 cm.) (3719)
1 5 Yates, Christopher P. Letter re: “Confiscation Bill.” Canejohary, August 31, 1779 2(4)p. (22.75 x 18.75 cm.) (13740)
1 5 Blair, John. Letter re: purchase of indigo, sending of clothes to Philadelphia and lending his sulky “to no person.” Philadelphia, April 21, 1780. A.L.S. , 12(4)p. (22.5 x 17.5 cm.) (3720)
1 5 Livingston, Peter R. Letter re: arbitration with his opponent; also mentions he is taking his son to Princeton College. Manor Livingston, June 7, 1780. A.N.S. (with cover), 1p. (13 x 19.75 cm.) (2944)
1 5 Leach, Phineas. Letter re: land transaction. Schenectady, August 7, 1781. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (21 x 16.5 cm.) (2935)
1 5 Belknap, Abel. Letter re: a saw mill and logway. Stillwater, February 19, 1782. A.L.S. , 1p. (18 x 20 cm.) (2765)
1 5 Bostwick, Andrew. Letter re: request for boards, planks and wine. Poughkeepsie, May 18, 1782. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (21 x 17 cm.) (2778)
1 5 White, Hugh. Letter re: financial trouble, “one hogshead of good rhum & three of salt.” Middletown, November 7, 1782. A.L.S. , 1p. (29.5 x 21 cm.) (3126)
1 5 Kannady, Forgus (Endorsement: Fergus Kennedy). Letter re: building timber for a barn being cut on Tayler's land; also re: Kannady's charcter. Guy Park, December 9, 1782. A.L.S. , 1p. (33 x 21 cm.) (2917)
1 5 Livingston, Peter R. Letter re: Tayler's opinion “concerning opening a large and universal retail store in some public street in” Albany. Manor Livingston, June 17, 1783. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (23 x 19.25 cm.) (14396)
1 5 Smith, Melancton. Letter re: the appraisement of land on the Mohawk River; mentions Col. Floyd, Mr. L'Hommedieu, Mr. Philips and Captain Platt. New York, December 17, 1783. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (22.25 x 19 cm.) (13184)
1 5 Kelly, John. [Kibby, John?]. Letter re: interest in property in New York State. Albany, December 7, 1784. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (30 x 19 cm.) (2921)
1 5 Lawrence, John. Letter re: money owed. n.p. , January 27, 1788. A.L.S. , 1p. (33 x 20.5 cm.) (15982)
1 6 Dodge, D. Kingsbury, January 3, 1790. Letter re: Mr. Vernor who is sending a shipment of wheat and requests “a few gross of genteel coat buttons.” A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (32.5 x 20 cm.) (2839)
1 6 Minton, Stephen. Letter re: request for Livingston iron, kettles and a small grindstone. [Place name illegible], January 26, 1790. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (24 x 19.75 cm.) (2980)
1 6 Backhouse & Laight. Letter re: account and the sending by Capt. Lewis of some Holland gun powder; also mentions an order of goods from the London firm of Phyn, Ellices & Inglis that has not yet arrived in New York. (William Backhouse and William Laight) New York, September 21, 1790. Manuscript, 1(4)p. (24 x 19.75 cm.) (2757)
1 6 French, Abel. Letter re: wheat; mentions Mr. Saxton, Mr. Thunton [Thurston?], Mr. Whapples and Porter. Milton, October 7, 1790. A.L.S. , 1p. (30.5 x 19 cm.) (2864)
1 6 Van Vechten, Abraham. Letter re: attempts to collect a debt. n.p. , December 18, 1790. A.L.S. , 3(4)p. (20 x 15 cm.) (3101)
1 6 Colbrath, William. Letter re: Eliza Clark and Thomas Parker agreeing to lease lots on Lot No. 66; mention also is made of Major Hardenbergh. Fort Stanwix, September 11, 1791. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. 30.25 x 18.5 cm.) (5793)
1 7 List of items with prices; items listed include kettles, hatts, bake pans, high pans, spyders, skillets, doggs. Manuscript, 1p. (16.5 x 7.5 cm.) [No accession number]
1 7 Arden, James. Letter and invoice re: a piece of scarlet broadcloth sent with Capt. Lewis. n.p. , November 20, 1791. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (23 x 19.5 cm.) (2752)
1 7 Backhouse & Laight. Letter re: account with James Caldwell. (William Backhouse and William Laight) New York, December 29, 1791. Manuscript, 1(4)p. 21 x 17 cm.) (2758)
1 7 Benedict, Elisah. Letter re: settling his account with Tayler “either in cash or something to your satisfaction before the sleighing is done.” Ballstown, December 24, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (31.25 x 20.5 cm.) (2767)
1 7 Blackwell, Joseph. Letter re: “a quantity of Swedes iron suitable for wagon firs & slay shoes”; notes he is sending it on Capt. Prime's sloop. New York, November 16, 1791. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (33 x 19.75 cm.) (2771)
1 7 Bridgen, Charles. Letter re: deed that needs to be filed in New Jersey; also sends regards “to your lady & adopted daughter.” New York, September 12, 1791. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (18.25 x 15.75 cm.) (2779)
1 7 Mabee, Simon. Letter asking Tayler to send “a piece of dark blue cloth” in the price range of 10 or 12 shillings, which he had forgotten to ask him for. Palatine, January 10, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (33 x 21 cm.) (2960)
1 7 McKill, Patrick. Letter re: Mr. Van Antwerp and three barrels of pearl ash. Duanesburgh, January 21, 1791. A.N.S., 1p. (15 x 18 cm.) (2956)
1 7 Mabee, Simon. Letter saying Mabee is returning to Tayler a piece of light blue cloth to be exchanged for a piece of dark blue cloth. Palatine, January 24, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (33.25 x 21 cm.) (2961)
1 7 Minton, Stephen. Letter re: loss of one bag (three bushels) of “whait.” [illegible], January 27, 1791. A.L.S., 1(4)p. (24 x 19.75 cm.) (2981)
1 7 French, Abel. Letter re: wheat and rye for the store, potash, Mr. Thurstin, and plan by French to “bring the spring water.” A.L.S. , 1p. 30.5 x 18.5 cm.) Ballston, February 21, 1791. (2865)
1 7 Vernor, [John]. Letter asking Tayler to send with Alphons Spencer the sheets of iron Vernor had left at Tayler's store. Kingsbury, March 1, 1791. Signed B.D. Dodge. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (20 x 16.75 cm.) (2840)
1 7 Clason, Isaac. Letter that includes prices of wheat, Indian corn and rye. New York, March 16, 1791. A.L.S., 1p. (32.75 x 20.25 cm.) (2796)
1 7 Benedict, Elisha. Letter re: Benedict's account with Tayler and also about pearl ash. Ballston, March 26, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (18.5 x 18.75 cm.) (2766)
1 7 Minton, Stephen. Letter re: paying off a debt and manufacturing ashes. [Place illegible], March 26, 1791. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (23.5 x 19.5 cm.) (2982)
1 7 Colbreath, William. Letter re: Mr. Thomson's wanting to buy property on Wood Creek. Fort Stanwix, October 4, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (30.25 x18.25 cm.) (2801)
1 7 Constable, William. Letter re: buying and selling land, including “military lands”; also mentions Robert Morris. New York, April 2, 1791. A.L.S. , 2(4) (25 x 20.25 cm.) (2809)
1 7 Courtauld, George. Letter re: Courtauld's account with John Tayler; Mentions Thomas Barney [Barry?] and Spencer Philpot also notes he has “a large quantity of ashes taken in this winter, which I shall begin to manufacture very shortly.” Near Johnstown, March 30, 1791. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (25 x 19.5 cm.) (2818)
1 7 Dalgile, Alexander. Letter re: land. Kinsgborrow [Kingsboro?], October 17, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (30.25 x 19.75 cm.) (2823)
1 7 Davitt, Patrick M. Fort Miller, October 16, 1791. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (30 x 18.5 cm.) (2826)
1 7 French, Abel. Letter re: sending muslin and sugar by Mr. Thurstin; also mentions potash. Ballston, April 17, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (30.25 x 18.25 cm.) (2866)
1 7 French, Abel. Letter re: potash, salts [sic], pearl ash, a cow, some hogs and spring water; mentions Cyrus Fillemore, Mr. Loveless, John Herwitz, Benedict & Sprague, Whipple, Thurstin, Stephen Wood, James Rogers, and inquires of Mrs. Tayler's health. Ballston, September 20, 1791. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (30.25 x 19 cm.) (2867)
1 7 French, Abel. Letter re: Lot 72 in Fonda patent, Col. Colbrath, “crockery ware,” Mr. Sweetland, Thurstin, hogs, cows, ashes and Benedict & Sprague. Ballston, October 3, 1791. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (30 x 18 cm.) (2868)
1 7 French, Abel. Letter re: interest of Mr. Bloore and Mr. Pritchard in “the farm”; also mentions he is sending spring water and says he is “rejoiced to hear of Mrs. Tayler's recovery.” Ballston, October 6, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (24.75 x 18 cm.) (2869)
1 7 Gates, Benjamin [Gorten, Benjamin?]. Letter re: trade, mentioning kettles, wheat and ashes; also mentions Mr. [Ephraim] Morgan. Troy, September 29, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (30.5 x 19.5 cm) (2875)
1 7 Goodwin, Joseph. Letter re: shipment of potash kettles and hollow ware to Tayler. Lenox, October 24, 1791. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (20.5 x 16.5 cm.) (2878)
1 7 Harrison, Joseph. Letter re: land on Cannada Creek belonging to Mr. Floyd; also mentions Mrs. Armstrong, a widow. Wood Creek, October 16, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (31.25 x 21.25 cm.) (2887)
1 7 Nicholas Hoffman & Son. New York, October 4, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (31.75 x 20 cm.) (2896)
1 7 Jessup, Zebulon. Letter re: account with Tayler; mentions Storah & Taylor of Troy; also mentions Ely Pierson. Southampton, April 14, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (32.75 x 19.5 cm.) (2907)
1 7 Keese, Richard. Letter re: account with Tayler. n.p. , October [?] 7, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (22.5 x 21 cm.) (2919)
1 7 Law, John. Letter re: Dan Killig[?] and a shipment of iron. Salem, November 22, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (ca. 12.5 x 19 cm.) (2933)
1 7 Lewis, Samuel. Letter saying he had “arrived safe in this port (except carrying a way my main sheet by an unluckey jibe”; talks of ashes, and rye; mentions General Rensselaer. New York, April 8, 1791. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (20.5 x 16.5 cm.) (2941)
1 7 Lewis, Samuel. Letter re: goods shipped to Tayler by Capt. Van Ingen; prices given for potash, pearl ash, staves, wheat, boards and plank; also mentions “Constables ship” and General Rensselaer. New York, October 1, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (33 x 20 cm.) (2942)
1 7 Lowry, James. Letter re: Tayler's lot near Lowry's. Lowry asks that if Tayler ever sells it he will give Lowry preference in making an offer. Johnstown, August 10, 1791. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (18.25 x 15 cm.) (2946)
1 7 Lowry, James. Letter re: sending wheat to Tayler with George Jackson and request for Tayler to send him pepper and “salt petter.” Johnstown, October 20, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (30 x 18 cm.) (2947)
1 7 Lowry, James. Letter re: staves and pipe staves sent to Tayler by Gerrit Van Schaick, Simon Groot, Abraham Groot, Arent S. Vedder, Arent A. Vedder, Nicholas V. Patten, William Carel, William Cansalle and John Farley. Schenectady, November 8, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (33.5 x 21 cm.) (2948)
1 7 Lowry, James. Letter re: Mr. William Jacson and the Negro with him” delivering to Tayler wheat and flaxseed. Johnstown, October 8, 1791. (2951)
1 7 McKinlay, John. Letter re: Tayler's land near Kingsborrow. Kingsborrow, October 3, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (20.25 x 20.5 cm.) (2957)
1 7 Macomb, Alexander. Letter re: Tayler's interest in selling his lands “on the St. Lawrence.” New York, April 3, 1791. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (25 x 20 cm.) (2962)
1 7 Mead, William. Letter re: his account with Tayler; mentions Whaples and Hodgman. Stillwater, December 14, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (32.5 x 20.25 cm.) (2968)
1 7 Myers, John. Letter re: “a firkin of butter [asking Tayler to] send it down to New York to Judge Duane, Esq., as he desired me to forward his butter to you and then he wold [sic] be sure to get it.” Duanesburgh, November 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (ca. 10 x 21 cm.) (2991)
1 7 Neilson, William. Letter re: trade; mentions plank and potash kettles; also mentions Col. Nixon. New York, March 30, 1791. A.L.S. , 3(4)p. (22.5 x 18.75 cm.) (2994)
1 7 Neilson, William. New York, April 7, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (24.75 x 20.75 cm.) (2996)
1 7 Neilson, William. Letter re: shipment from Selden & Jones; mentions Capt. [Samuel] Lewis. New York, April 19, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (33 x 20.75 cm.) (2997)
1 7 Roorbach, J. Letter asking an extension of time to pay debt. Fall Hill, January 26, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (31 x 19.5 cm.) (3051)
1 7 Pepoon, Silas. Letter re: sending via Tayler's sloop “one pipe of wine for Mr. Stephen Willard of Clinton.” New York, November 24, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (22.5 x 18.75 cm.) (3020)
1 7 Post, John. Letter re: pearl ash belonging to Messers. Colbreath and Merrels. Fort Schuyler, November 11, 1791. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (21 x 16 cm.) (3025)
1 7 Price, John. n.p. , February 1, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (30.75 x 19.5 cm.) (3029)
1 7 Letter from J.J. Rosa and J. Van Alstine to John Tayler re: paying off their debt in pearl ashes. Mohawk Town, November 13, 1791 (3054)
1 7 Sage, Moses. Benington [Bennington?], July 2, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (30.5 x 19.5 cm.) (3057)
1 7 Sage, Moses. Benington [Bennington?], October 6, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (30.5 x 19 cm.) (3058)
1 7 Selden & Jones. Letter saying 540 bushels of rye was sent to William Neilson in New York. Lansingburgh, April 19, 1791. Manuscript, 1p. (15.75 x 20.25 cm.) (3065)
1 7 Tallmadge, Samuel. Letter re: hats (“hatts”) left at Tayler's store and re: wheat. Albany, February 11, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (31.75 x 20.25 cm.) (3082)
1 7 Thornton, John. Letter re: sugar for William Van ORdan, Jr., and “shadfish” for Thornton. Camp Bush, May 14, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (ca. 16.5 x 20.75 cm.) (3088)
1 7 Throop, Josiah. Letter re: some land and being “able to look Mr. Tayler in the face without a blush.” March 14, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (18 x 15 cm.) (3089)
1 7 Throop, Josiah, Jr. Letter re: wheat crop and money owed by his father to Tayler; says his father has gone to Lake Champlain to sell a tract of land he owns that to raise the money to pay off the debt. Johnstown, February 10, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (33.5 x 21 cm.) (3090)
1 7 Tryon & Couch. Order for rum, molasses, pepper, allspice, ginger, nails, tea and “one faggott steel.” Ballston, November 30, 1791. D.S., 1p. (31 x 19 cm.) (3094)
1 7 Vanhusen, Milbory. Letter re: a judgment on a note. Pichtaway [?], March 17, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (18.5 x 19.75 cm.) (3097)
1 7 Veedar, Gerrit S. (Veeder, Gerrit S.). Letter re: “plank knots.” Schenectady [?], February 4, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (14 x 18 cm.) (3104)
1 7 Vernor, John. Letter re: his account with Tayler; mentions Philip Van Rensselaer [V Ranselear] and Nicholas Quackenbush. Stillwater, March 4, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (32.5 x 20 cm.) (3105)
1 7 Vernor, John. Letter re: John Pettet of Halfmoon Point delivering 12 barrels of potash. n.p. , October 18, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (32.25 x 20 cm.) (3106)
1 7 Weaver, George G. Letter re: land. n.p. , October 7, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (26.25 x 21 cm.) (3112)
1 7 White, Daniel C. Letter re: ashes, mugs, bowls, teapots, wine and brandy. Whitestown, September 7, 1791. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (30 x 18 cm.) (3119)
1 7 White, Daniel C. Letter re: molasses, tea, spice, pepper; asks Tayler to “let Mr. Porter have what other articles he shall want & send a bill of the same.” n.p. , [December 24, 1791]. Date from endorsement. A.L.S. 1(4)p. (22.5 x 15 cm.) (3120)
1 7 White, Daniel C. Request for goods including “a large copper kettle of about 60 gallons for the clothier business.” Whitestown, September 7, 1791. A.L.S. , 1(40p. (18.5 x 18 cm.) (5954)
1 7 Vernor, John. Letter requesting Tayler's help in getting Vernor appointed to the office of “clearkship” in Saratoga County. Stillwater, February 2, 1791. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (32.5 x 20 cm.) (7855)
1 7 French, Abel. Letter sent to John Tayler, Esq., merchant, Albany, re: how much [pearl?] ash French had received; notes that account books are in disarray. French asks Tayler to send him two yards of scarlet broadcloth and “8 pains [sic] of 8 by 10 glass,” and notes he had “not received the keg for spring water.” Ballston, January 11, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (30.25 x 19 cm.) (7871 – 1 of 5 pieces stamped 7871)
1 7 French, Abel. Letter sent to John Tayler, Esq., merchant, Albany, re: the 2,000 bushels of pearl ashes on Tayler's account; also notes French is sending a keg of spring water by Rowland Thurstin and asks Tayler “to send back the keg the last water as sent in.” Ballston, January 31, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (30 x 18 cm.) (7871 – 2 of 5 pieces stamped 7871)
1 7 Graham, John. Letter asking Tayler to send “about 12 hats” back with Mrs. Graham; mentions the death of a friend and the “hard winter here.” Saratoga, February 4, 1791. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (19 x 15.5. cm.) (7943 – 1 of 3 pieces stamped 7943)
1 7 French, Abel. Letter reporting to Tayler about the price of Indian corn and Mr. Thurstin; also mentions Whipple, Brace, Rowland and Roberts. Ballston, February 9, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (30.25 x 18.5 cm.) (7871 – 3 of 5 pieces stamped 7871)
1 7 French, Abel. Letter re: Mr. Thurstin, Benedict, Sprague and Whipple; also mentions the sheriff and “all the real and personal estate.” Ballston, March 4, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (30.5 x 18.5 cm.) (7871 – 4 of 5 pieces stamped 7871)
1 7 Trowbridge, Luther. Letter re: costs in the suit of the Thurstins [“Thurstons”]. n.p. , March 7, 1791. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (19 x 15.5 cm.) (7929)
1 7 Thurstin, Amos. Letter suggesting to Tayler that Mr. French need not stay “up here for he hath nothing to doe and besides our wimmen are so onwell that we don't know how to take care of him.” Milton, March 14, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (31 x 18.5 cm.) (7870)
1 7 French, Abel. Letter re: sending sugar and spring water; mentions an order from Whipple for pearl ash. Ballston, March 15, 1791. D.S., 1p. (31.25 x 19 cm.) (7871 – 4 of 5 pieces stamped 7871)
1 7 Graham, John. Letter re: shipment of “some boards and plank” to Tayler; Graham also sends his regards to Mrs. Tayler and says he hopes she is getting better. Saratoga, September 9, 1791. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (19.25 x 15.5 cm.) (7943 – 2 of 3 pieces stamped 7943)
1 7 Graham, John. Letter re: rafting boards; mentions sending potash and the fact that his “wagon got broken.” Also mentions he would like Tayler to send him 15 gallons of West India rum, ten-penny nails and salt. Saratoga, October 4, 1791. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (18.75 x 15.5 cm.) (7943 – 3 of 3 pieces stamped 7943)
1 7 French, Abel. Letter re: shipment of rey [i.e., rye] and wheat; Mentions Rowland Thurstin's trip to Butternuts; also sending a keg of spring water by Mr. Thurstin and that he has “not seen the man that Mrs. Gorden recommended for doing Mr. Tayler's weaving.” Ballston, February 6, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (31.25 x 19 cm.) (8148)
1 7 North, William. Letter asking Tayler to “send the two [barrels of] beef … by the first sloop to New York.” n.p. , November 1791 [date from endorsement]. A.L.S. , 1p. (29.25 x 19 cm.) (3006)
1 7 McDavitt, James. Letter re: order for shipment of “boards and plank” And shipment of same. Postscript: “Excuse the paper.” Banen[?] Island, November 8, 1791. A.L.S. , 1p. (ca. 15 x 18 cm.) (8550)
1 8 Clason, Isaac. Letter and account re: pearl ashes. New York, December 29, 1792. (2797)
1 8 Neilson, William. Letter and invoice for linen. New York, November 21, 1792. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (30.75 x 19.75 cm.) (2998)
1 8 Patterson, John. Letter re: “a small pocketbook belonging to [Patterson] in which there are some notes” from Joseph Stephens and Samuel Stephens.” Pearl Street, New York, January 3, 1792. D.S., 1(4)p. (25.25 x 20.5 cm.) (3018)
1 8 R.&J. Suydam [firm?]. Letter and invoice for shipment of rum “on board Capt. Van Zandt's” boat. New York, November 26, 1792. Manuscript, 2(4)p. (19.75 x 16 cm.) (3080)
1 8 White, Daniel C. Letter re: paying off his debt to Tayler and about shipping ashes as soon as the water level is good as “it is too expensive to transport by land.” Whitestown, August 28, 1792. A.L.S. , 1p. 30.5 x 18.5 cm.) (3121)
1 9 Alexander, Alexander [sic]. Letter re: an order for Major Danforth. Schenectady(?), February 12, 1793. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (19.5 x 16.5 cm.) (2750)
1 9 Benedict, Elisha. Letter re; account; mentions Mr. Miller, Mr. Sprague and Felix. Ballston, January 14, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (32 x 20.75 cm.) (2768)
1 9 Benedict, Felix. Letter re: paying off debt. Ballston, April 24, 1793. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (32.5 19.75 cm.) (2769)
1 9 Blackwell, Joseph. Letter re: money owned Blackwell for nails; also mentions he has some bar iron. New York, March 18, 1793. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (33 x 19.75 cm.) (2770)
1 9 Clason, Isaac. Letter re: tickets and wheat. New York, August 16, 1793. D.S., 1p. (32.75 x 20 cm.) (2798)
1 9 Courtald, George. Letter re: Mr. Philpot and cork. n.p. , January 28, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (32.5 x 20.25 cm.) (2819)
1 9 Cross, Elihu. Letter re: land in Township 20. Unidilla [Unadilla?], July 13, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (31.5 x 19.5 cm.) (2820)
1 9 Cushman, Joshua. Letter re: property. Whitestown, April 15, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (20 x 20.5 cm.) (2822)
1 9 Dean, William. Letter re: not having paid off debt; also orders “six gallons of good wine by the bearer, he paying you for the same.” n.p. , July 1, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (ca. 18 x 20 cm.) (2828)
1 9 Deen, William. (Dean, William?). Order for “rope fit for leading lines and bed cord. Also two good hams … and be a little particular in serching [sic] them as they are verry often tainted near the bone.” Items are to be sent by Mr. Visgar, the bearer of the letter. n.p. , August 5, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (32 x 20 cm.) (2829)
1 9 Dievendorff, Rudolph. Letter re: pearl ashes; mentions Cornelius Van Slyke. Harke[rest torn], July 16, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (31.25 x 19.75 cm.) (2835)
1 9 Dievendorff, Rudolph. Letter requesting that Tayler send him a box of raisins, which he will be able to “sell at a good profit.” Schenectady, August 15, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (30.5 x 19 cm.) (2836)
1 9 Dievendorff, Rudolph. “Please to let the bearer hereof, Cornelius Van Slyke or his waggoner have 12 pair of shoes for me & charge them to my ac[coun]t.” Shells Bush, August 28, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (28.5 x 20.25 cm.) (2837)
1 9 Edwards. Rodolfus. Letter and order for rum, tea, tobacco, salt; mentions John Stewart. Undilla [Unadilla?], January 21, 1793. (2847)
1 9 Edwards, Rodolfus. Letter re: shipment of pearl ash to Tayler and request for Tayler to send bake tins, a copper tea kettle, ten-penny nails, rope, one hat, etc. and “the rest in salt.” Unadilla, August 31, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (ca. 25 x 19.75 cm.) (2848)
1 9 French, Abel. Letter re: debt; mentions Mr. Levenworth, William Post; also says Mr. Wright “will survey your lott in Steuben township” and the Col. White will send some pearl ash. Whitestown, April 3, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (32.25 x 21 cm.) (2870)
1 9 French, Abel. Letter re: some cloth ordered from Tayler; also orders “one barrel of the highest proof spirits” for John B. Van Eps of Schenectady and asks Tayler to “secure it from the embezzlement of waggoneers & batteaumen.” Whitestown, June 10, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (30.25 x 18.25 cm.) (2871)
1 9 Gregory, Joseph. Letter re: not having been able “to settle with you for the potash kettle[.] I beg you would not sue me for I will pay you in a short time.” Ballten [Ballston?], April 10, 1793. (2879)
1 9 Hinman, Benjamin. Letter re: debt, noting “nothing excepting death shall prevent my paying you half in potash by June and the other by July.” n.p. , March 16, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (25 x 18.25 cm.) (2894)
1 9 Laight, William. Letter re: trade; mentions wheat and also mentions that he has a lumber yard and can supply staves, boards and plank. New York, March 3, 1793. A.L.S. , 3(4)p. ( (2928)
1 9 Laight, William. Letter re: wheat and wood, particularly staves. New York, March 6, 1793. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (19 x 15 cm.) (2929)
1 9 Laight, William. Letter re: delivery of wrong trunk to Tayler; notes Capt. Lansing will deliver the right one to Tayler. New York, June 8, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (30.5 x 18.5 cm.) (2930)
1 9 Levenworth, Lemuel. Letter asking Tayler to send him “one barrel best spirits & also one barrel Tenreef wine by Col. White.” Whitestown, August 16, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (30.25 x 18.5 cm.) (2936)
1 9 Levenworth, L. Letter with order for “one barrel best spirits” to be sent for Levenworth to John Hudson and for Mr. Hudson to “forward it on the first boat of Mr. Kanes that comes up.” Whitestown, March 21, 1793. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (19.5 x 16.25 cm.) (2940)
1 9 Lewis, Samuel. Letter re: transaction involving corn, “pease” and flax seed; also asks Tayler “to make inquirey for a good Negro.” Fort Miller, April 17, 1793. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (20.25 x 16 cm.) (2943)
1 9 Lowry, James. Letter re: account. Johnstown, January 26, 1793. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (20 x 14.75 cm.) (2949)
1 9 Mahon, John. Letter re: not calling on Tayler, citing business as the reason. Schuyler, April 19, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (17 x 20.25 cm.) (2963)
1 9 Miles, Daniel. Letter re: account to be paid in leather; mentions Amasa Cook. Guy Park, January 18, 1793. D.S., 1p. (19.25 x 16.25 cm.) (2974)
1 9 Miller, Christian. Letter mentioning several accounts including pearl ashes and Capt. Legrange, K.K. Van Rensselaer, William Dean, Mr. Launden, Mr. Bloodgood, Mr. Laight and Saturday's stage and Mr. Follett. Also writes: “Mrs. Tayler and the rest of the family are in the perfect enjoyment of their health. Mrs. Tayler requested me to write you if you could see a carpet in your way that was cheap you might buy it for the back room.” Albany, April 15, 1793. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (18.75 x 15.75 cm.) (2976)
1 9 Miller, Christian. Letter summarizing recent transactions re: potashes, pearl ashes, liquor, rum and “childrens woolen hats”; mentions Capt. Bleecker, Moses Sage, Mr. Weaver, Mr. Post, Mr. Risley, Mr. Van Eveny, [Mr.] Barber, [Mr.] Gannsevoort, [Mr.] Rensselaer, [Mr.] McClallan, Mr. McCrea, Timothy Tuttle, Capt. Cuyler. Albany, July 10, 1793. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (32 x 19.75 cm.) (2977)
1 9 Miller, Christian. Letter summarizing recent transactions re: pearl ashes, liquors, rum, wine; mentions Capt. Cuyler William Neilson, James Caldwell, Mr. Miles; ends by noting “the family are all well.”Albany, July 12, 1793. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (32 x 17 cm.) (2978)
1 9 Miller, Christian. Letter re: pearl ashes from Dievendorf and Coll Sanger; mentions Capt. Legrange, Mr. Myers, Mr. Dean and that Barber “denies of what I have wrote you in my letter.” He concludes the letter by saying “the family is well and shall expect you next week.” Addressed to John Tayler, Esquire at Mr. Robert Benson's, New York. Albany, July 20, 1793. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (30.5 x 18.25 cm.) (2979)
1 9 Morgan, John J. Letter re: desire of John Button to purchase two lots “in our township [20 Township]”; also mentions Richard Starkweather has applied for Lot 91 in 20 Township. n.p. , June 23, 1793. A.L.S. , 3(4)p. (17.5 x 16.25 cm.) (2986)
1 9 Neilson, William. Letter re: linens and the credit of David Waterman. New York, March 12, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (19.75 x 16 cm.) (2999)
1 9 Neilson, William. Letter re: linens. New York, April 8, 1793. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (23 x 19.25 cm.) (3000)
1 9 Neilson, William. Letter re: account. n.p. , July 15, 1793. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (20 x 15.75 cm.) (3001)
1 9 Neilson, William. Letter informing Tayler that Mr. Waterman[?] has “changed his mode of casting kettles.” New York, August 3, 1793. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (29.25 x 20 cm.) (3002)
1 9 Patterson, John. Letter asking Tayler to deliver to Patterson's son a book with “some notes of hand” belonging to Patterson. Stillwater, May 26, 1793. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (23.5 x 18.5 cm.) (3019)
1 9 Post, John. Letter re: pearl ashes. Fort Schuyler, July 6, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (24 x 20 cm.) (3026)
1 9 Roorbach, Barent. Letter re: debt; explains that he “was disappointed in the sale of my horses in winter & Mrs. Roorbach has been [ill] for several weeks.” Ballton, April 10, 1793. D.S., 1(4)p. (31 x 18.25 cm.) (3050)
1 9 Rosa, John T. Letter re: business transactions. Schenectady, February 8, 1793. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (19.75 x 16.5 cm.) (3052)
1 9 Rosa, John T. Letter re: debt and his inability to pay “at present” due to “the long dry season.” New Schenectady, March 1, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (26 x 20 cm.) (3053)
1 9 Sanger, Jedediah. Letter of introduction of Abner Bacon who wants to purchase Lot No. 50 on Bayard Purchase. n.p. , April 5, 1793. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (20 x 16.5 cm.) (3059)
1 9 Sanger, Jedediah. Letter re: property and Mr. Thompson and Benjamin Knowlton. n.p. , April 16, 1793. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (19 x 15.5 cm.) (3060)
1 9 Stanley, Frederick. Letter re: shipment of 150 pairs of shoes for Isaac Brooks of Whitestown. Windham, February 1, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (32 x 19.25 cm.) (3073)
1 9 R. & S. Suydam. Letter with account; mentions Mr. Bloodgood and Capt. Van Ingen. New York, March 14, 1793. Manuscript, 2(4)p. (20 x 16 cm.) (3081)
1 9 Tallmadge, Samuel. Letter re: settling debt. Mohawktown, July 1, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (33.5 x 21.25 cm.) (3083)
1 9 Whaples, Jonathan. Letter re: debt. Milton, February 22, 1793. A.L.S. , 1(4)p.. (20.5 x 16 cm.) (3116)
1 9 White, Robert. Letter mentioning William Laight. New City [sic], March 30, 1793. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (21.5 x 16.75 cm.) (3127)
1 9 Whaples, Jonathan. Letter re: debt. Milton, January 29, 1793. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (20.5 x 16 cm.) (3128)
1 9 Willard, Stephen. Letter re: account; mentions Capt. Douglass. [Name of place torn], January 4, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. (15 x 19 cm.) (3129)
1 9 Young, Joseph. Letter of introduction of Doctor Alexander Anderson, Young's “grandson, pupil,” who may be able to help Mrs. Tayler; invites the Taylers and Governer and Mrs. George Clinton “to spend an afternoon at my house.” Catharine Street No. 53 [Albany?], June 17, 1796 [sic]. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. 34 x 21.25 cm.) (3722)
1 10 Bloore, John. Letter re: job as a clerk “in the new bank;” mentions Messrs. Lansing, Watson, Mather; Doctor Cooper; notes the job would help him support his “small family” and says “this is the time I should be doing something for a future day whilst my faculties are in their prime.” He concludes the letter: “I am Dear Sir, with unfeigned respect & esteem, your obed[ien]t serv[an]t.” Ballston, April 4, 1803. A.L.S. , 4p. (19.5 x 17,5 cm.) (2775)
1 10 Brown, Jacob. Letter re: damages claims by Mr. Gould; mentions Mr. Platt and Mr. Likey. Utica, February 6, 1804. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (32 x 21.5 cm.) (2781)
1 10 Caldwell, John E. Letter re: debt; mentions John McCarthy of Johnstown. New York, December 5, 1809. D.S., 1(4)p. (23.5 x 19 cm.) (2785)
1 10 Delord, Henry. Letter informing Tayler that “Mr. Gleason intends to move soon over the lake … no loss to you because he never raised grain of any kind – your farm is in a very deplorable situation … [and that Gleson] had destroyed a quantity of timber.” He also tells Tayler that Captain Isaac Finch and his son, William, would like to buy the farm. Peru, March 19, 1804. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (20 x 16 cm.) (2831)
1 10 Fisk, John. Letter re: inability to repay his debt to Tayler so he has sold the land, upon which he “made a good deal of betterments” to pay off the debt. Brookfield, March 29, 1809. A.L.S. , 1p. (32.5 x 20.25 cm.) (2861)
1 10 Letter from William Guile and William Straight re: Lot No. 10 in 17 Township. Brookfield, May 7, 1804. Manuscript, 1p. (29 x 19.5 cm.) (2882)
1 10 Hinman, Josiah. Letter apologizing for not paying his debt. Galway, August 29, 1803. A.L.S. , 1p. (28 x 18.5 cm.) (2895)
1 10 Huntington, Henry. Letter re: lease with William Wadsworth [?] of part of a lot in the Fonda Patent. Albany, December 30, 1803. A.L.S. 1(4)p. (32 x 20 cm.) (2904)
1 10 Judd, Stephen. Letter re: land in Jefferson, Lot No. 44. Schoharie, September 9, 1804. A.L.S. , 1(4) p. (19.5 x 15.75 cm.) (2914)
1 10 Leonard, Solomon. Letter re: sale of Lot No. 24, Bayard's Patent. Litchfield, July 15, 1809. With reply from Tayler, dated Albany, July 18, 1809. A.L.S. , 1p. (32 x 20.25 cm.) (2937)
1 10 May, Samuel. Letter re: Tayler's land in Oxford. Norwich, September 25, 1802. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (19 x 16 cm.) (2967)
1 10 Mersereau, Joshua. Letter re: farm in Oxford “formerly occupied by John Dibble”; also mentions James Phelps. Oxford, April 4, 1805. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (30.5 x 20.75 cm.) At least one sentence appears to have been cut off on the bottom. (2972)
1 10 Mersereau, Joshua, Jr. Letter re: mistake in deed for Lot No. 67 in Oxford; mentions James Padget and Mr. Young. Oxford, April 24, 1800. A.L.S. , 1p. (33.25 x 19 cm.) (2973)
1 10 Odel, Garshan. Letter re: debt; mentions wheat and if Tayler is interested in a horse. [Jefison?], September 20, 1804. A.L.S. , 1p. (31.5 x 20 cm.) (3009)
1 10 Phelps, Jabez B. Letter re: Lot No. 97 in Tully and Phelps's interest in buying it. Tully (Onondaga County), April 7, 1804. A.L.S. 2(4)p. (20 x 16 cm.) (3022)
1 10 Reed, Garret. Letter informing Tayler that Levey Inglesbe and Jeremy Condgar [?] are living on Lot Number 29 and that Mr. Williams is no longer interested in the lot. Brookfield, June 16, 1804. A.L.S. , 1p. (19.5 x 16 cm.) (3036)
1 10 Sisco, Michael. Letter re: Abraham Rewffson [?] and “for want of your [Tayler's] evidence lost the case”; also mentions a debt and Agustes [sic] Thorp. Tully, March 10, 1803. A.L.S. , 1p. (33.5 x 20 cm.) (3069)
1 10 Van Kleeck, Lawrence. Letter re: Capt. Smith, Jessup's Patent; mentions “we have restored to him the furniture which is valuable.” Poughkeepsie, February 27, 1804. A.L.S. , 1p. (32.5 x 20 cm.) (3098)
1 10 Letter from Amasa Warner and Amos Church re: debt; mentions Mr. Sage. Norwich, October 20, 1804. Manuscript, 1p. (31.5 x 19 cm.) (3109)
1 10 White, George. Letter re: Tayler's interest in buying “the land adjoining Mr. Aldridge”; if Tayler is interested White says he “will put a person on the property to prevent plundering timber, firewood & keep the fences in order & cultivate it”; mentions Mr. Low and Mr. Henry. Ballston Springs, October 21, 1804. A.L.S. , 1p. (35 x 21 cm.) (3123)
1 10 White, George. Letter re: land; mentions James Merrill, David Rogers, Samuel Cook, Mr. Henry, Samuel Bryant. Ballston Springs, December 12, 1804. A.L.S. , 1p. (32.75 x 20 cm.) (3124)
1 10 White, George. Letter telling Tayler White has rented Tayler's farm to Nathaniel Leonard “for 1 year for $35. Conditions are to repair the old house, barn & fences & keep them in repair, cut down no green timber, to cut up the chesnuts [sic] & other dry wood for rails.” Ballston Springs, December 17, 1804. A.LS., 1p. (32.5 x 20 cm.) (3125)
1 10 Williams, Jesse. Letter explaining that he has “met with so many disappointments” that he is unable to pay Tayler for the land; mentions death of his wife's father “at the raising of a barn.” Champlain, June 4, 1804. D.S., 1p. (24.5 x 20.25 cm.) (3131)
1 10 Woodruff [?], Isaac. Letter re: Woodruff selling his property, Lot Number 24 in Bayard's Patent, to Thomas Lovebury. Albany, January 12, 1808. With answer from Tayler dated Albany, January 12, 1808. A.L.S. 1(4) (24 x 18.5 cm.) (3136)
1 10 Dies, Mathew. Letter re: surveying of Summers lot, Walter Fanning's property. [information from endorsement.] n.p. , 1809. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (32.5 x 20 cm.) (5812)
1 10 Letter to John Tayler from Governor George Clinton, July 2, 1804. D.S., 1(4)p. (25 x 20 cm.) (From SC9828, Item 444)
1 10 Letter to John Taylor [sic] from William Cooper, Cooperstown, December 23, 1802. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (20.5 x 16.5 cm.) (From SC9828, Item 519)
1 10 Letter from Stephen Ross [Rose?] to John Tayler. Troy, December 21, 1809. A.L.S. , 1p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9828, Item 521)
1 10 Looker, Othniel. Letter re: business matters. Galway, July 12, 1803. Appended is receipt from John M. Looker, July 19, 1813. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (30.5 x 19 cm.) (From SC9828, Item 522)
1 10 Johnson, John. Letter re: “cloathing and subsistence of Indians, officers, and unincorporated Royalists in Canada between the 17th June 1776 and 25th December 1779.” Montreal, December 29, 1807. A.L.S. , 4p. (32 x 20.25 cm.) (9890)
1 11 Baker, Solomon, Jr. Letter re: land on which Baker has been living and statements made by David Tallman. Lee, January 21, 1816. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (33 x 20 cm.) (2759)
1 11 Bloomfield, Joseph. Letter re: debt; mentions Mr. Clark and Mr. Hager. Also writes: “I heard with much pleasure by Mrs. Clark of your continued good health – of the we[l]fare of Mrs. Cooper, the Doctor, & your very promising children.” He also writes “with grateful acknowledgments for your polite attention and hospitality to me in the winter of 1814.” Burlington, June 27, 1815. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (25 x 20 cm.) (2774)
1 11 Brown, Thomas. Letter re: Joel Moffitt. Includes testimony to Moffit's character signed by Stepehn Medbery, Charles Medbery and Augustus C. Weber. New Berlin, March 3, 1826. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (32 x 18.75 cm.) (2782)
1 11 Clark, Jared. Letter re: possibility of selling the land on which Clark is living. Columbus, March 16, 1816. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (31.5 x 19.5 cm.) (2794)
1 11 Clark, Jared. Letter re: land in Columbus (Lot 46); mentions Mr. Allin, Joseph Curtis, Abraham Lake, who was “cutting timber contrary to your wishes.” Columbus, October 19, 1816. A.L.S. , 1p. (31 x 18.25 cm.) (2795)
1 11 Letter signed by Matthew Colkins, Joseph Phelps and Nathan Taylor, “inhabitants of the Sixteenth Township & being neighbours to Elias Naramore and Joseph Butler … [who owned] land on Lot No. 45.” New Berlin, February 1, 1815. D.S., 1p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (2806)
1 11 Congden [Congdon?], Jeremiah. Letter re: rent on farm. Columbus, April 12, 1825. (2808)
1 11 Devereaux, John C. Letter re: Utica Glass Co. and fire at the company. Utica, July 4, 1814. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (24.25 x 20.25 cm.) (2832)
1 11 Dibble, Russel. Letter re: his guardianship of Ira, Maria and Anna Dibble, his siblings and the children of the late John Dibble, and the transfer of land to William Cable; also mentions Ebenezer Young and Joseph Adams. Oxford, October 7, 1815. D.S., 1(4)p. (32 x 19.5 cm.) (2833)
1 11 Fanning, Walter. Letter mentions Fanning's travels to Connecticut and Owego. Catskill, September 11, 1811. A.L.S. , 1p. (32.25 x 20.25 cm.) (2857)
1 11 Finch, William. Letter re: land in Chesterfield; mentions Alex Trimble and Zepheniah Palmer. [Place name illegible], March 10, 1825. A.L.S. , 2p. (32 x 20 cm.) (2860)
1 11 Halsey, Matthew. Letter re: Mr. Dutcher's claim that he had bought a lot that belonged to Halsey and his son. He says Dutcher “still remains in possession of the place while I am out of employment[;] the season will soon be over for putting in crops while the fields lie barren and uncultivated.” Middlefield, May 23, 1815. A.L.S. , 3(4)p. (25 x 20.5 cm.). See item (3078). (2885)
1 11 Halsey, Silas. Letter re: Mr. Albertson's bond. Ovid, April 20, 1815. A.L.S. , 1p. (31.75 x 20 cm.) (2886)
1 11 Henry, Charles S. Letter asking Tayler for help in obtaining for Henry the position of post master at St. Mary's. St. Mary's, September 3, 1821. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (24.5 x 20.25 cm.) (2891)
1 11 Hill, Job. Letter re: John Tilton's lot. New Berlin, February 14, 1829. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (32.5 x 19.75 cm.) (2893)
1 11 Hovey, Ezra. Letter re: David Tallman, Thomas Johnston and land. Lee, June 11, 1816. A.L.S. , 1p. (32.5 x 20 cm.) (2900)
1 11 Hovey, Ezra. Letter re: rent on a lot in Fonda's Patent. Lee, June 10, 1820. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (24 x 20.25 cm.) (2901)
1 11 Johnston, Thomas. Letter re: lot he bought from Solomon Baker, Jr.; mentions that Baker and he (Johnston) “were struck with surprise” to learn that David Tallman claimed the land. Lee, June 10, 1816. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (31.75 x 20 cm.) (2908)
1 11 Kinnicut, Robert S. Letter re: debt[?]; mentions “aged helpless mother whom it is my duty as well as wish to support.” Albany, February 7, 1815. A.L.S. , 1p. (32.5 x 19.75 cm.) (2922)
1 11 Humbert, Jonas. Letter requesting Humbert's “favour in obtaining the flour inspection.; mentions Mr. Hubbard. Addressed to Hon. John Tayler, Lieut. Governor. New York, February 8, 1815. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (25.5 x 20.75 cm.) (2903)
1 11 Philpot, Margaret. Letter re: debt and inability to sell her property; mentions “the Widow Sullivan of New York”; says “my sisters join me in best regards for you, Mr. & Mrs. Cooper & the children.” Johnstown, May 4, 1814. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (25.5 x 20.75 cm.) (3024)
1 11 Sage, Gerritt. Letter re: Lot No. 20 in Township 16. New Berlin, June 11, 1816. A.L.S. , 1p. (23.5 x 20.25 cm.) (3056)
1 11 Sever, Comfort. Letter thanking him for his kindness. Grat Bend [sic] (Great Bend?), September 28, 1816. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (25 x 20.25 cm.) (3066)
Stranahan, Farrand. Letter re: character of Mr. Halsey and R. Brown, Esq. n.p. , June 14, 1815. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (32.5 x 19.75 cm.). See item (2885). (3078)
1 11 Tracy. John. Letter re: “land contract” with a Mr. Dickerson. Oxford, July 1, 1815. A.L.S. , 1p. (31.5 x 19.75 cm.) (3092)
1 11 Varick, Abraham. Letter re: offer by Eli Bronson to purchase Lot No. 28 [38?] in Fonda's Purchase “belonging to the estate of G.W. Clinton, Esq., deceased.” Utica, December 19, 1815. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (25 x 20.25 cm.) (3103)
1 11 Vroman, Peter. Letter re: interest in property owned by Tayler. n.p. , January 27, 1815. A.L.S. , 1p. (ca. 11.5 x 20 cm.) (3107)
1 11 White, Fortune C. Letter re: Lot No. 12, part of the late Mr. Clinton's estate; writing on behalf of Phillip Fisk; mentions Abraham Varrick. Whitesboro, December 25, 1816. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (25 x 20.5 cm.) (3122)
1 11 Williams, N. Letter re: stock and real property of the Utica Glass Factory. Utica, July 21, 1815. Addressed to Hon. John Tayler, Esq., Lieut. Gov., Albany. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (25.25 x 20.75 cm.) (3132)
1 11 Williams, N.W. Letter re: Tayler's lot in Floyd; notes Mr. Buskirk “claims to hold as assignee of an old least.” Utica, March 28, 1815. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (20.25 x 15 cm.) (3133)
1 11 Williams, N.W. Letter re: case against Lawrence Van Buskirk in Floyd. Utica, October 5, 1815. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (25.5 x 20.5 cm.) (3134)
1 11 Woodbeck, Barnet. [Endorsement: Witbeck, Baent]. Letter re: property Woodbeck says he had “agreed with” Tayler about, saying Jesse Williams[?] has bought it. Jeferson [sic], January 26, 1815. A.L.S. , 1p. (21.5 x 21 cm.) (3135)
1 11 Wright, Calvin [Wright, Alvin?]. Letter re: land in Otsego County; mentions W. Elliot and Capt. Humphrey. Esperance[?], September 30, 1816. A.L.S. , 1p. (30.5 x 19.5 cm.) (3137)
1 11 Curtis, David. Letter re: Curtis's survey of Lot No. 5, Township 17; mentions Thomas Law, William Speirs [?], Walter Clark. Columbus, September 17, 1817. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (33 x 20 cm.) (5790)
1 11 Crane, Jonathan. Letter re: merchandise. Schenectady, November 5, 1822. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (24.25 x 19.75 cm.) (7894)
1 11 Hutton, J. Letter re: the death of his wife, Margaret. Mechanicville, August 20, 1822. A.L.S. , 4p. (25.5 x 19.75 cm.) (7944)
1 11 Foster, W.C. Letter re: a publication on which he is working; mentions two of his books. New York, April 14, 1818. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (30.5 x 19.25 cm.) (8142)
1 11 Clark, Joseph. Letter re: Cyrus Woodard and the land he purchased in Township 18 in the Town of Brookfield. Brookfield, May 28, 1828. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (24 x 20.25 cm.) (8231)
1 11 Wood, Asa. Letter re: improvements he has made on a piece of property: “built a house and a blacksmiths shop, set some plum and apple trees”; mentions Mr. Lyman and Mr. Norton; includes signed statement by Samuel A. Smith on his opinion of what Wood had done. Guilford, March 18, 1822. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (32.5 x 19.75 cm.) (A8258)
1 11 Barkley, Samuel. Letter re: rent due on Lot No. 19; says “being very unfourtenate [sic] since … out of my power to pay the rent.” Blenheim, March 25, 1818. A.L.S. , 1p. (33 x 19.75 cm.) (A8281)
1 11 How, Jonathan. Letter re: his children and financial situation. On same sheet is a note attesting to How's reputation as “an honnis industrous man,” signed by Nehemiah Palmer, Warren Palmer, Amos C. Palmer, C.E. Brooks, Septimus Tuttle, Phinley [?] Coon, Asa Lamb, Aaron McIntyre and Simeon Powers. Brookfield, January 22, 1819. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (19 x 16.25 cm.) (A8287)
1 12 Lowry, James. Letter re: wheat and Mr. Lowry's account. [Schenectady?], October 10 _____. A.L.S. , 1p. (11.5 x 21.5 cm.) (2956)
1 12 Odell, Joseph. Letter re: land and a Mr. Nichols. Np., n.d. A.L.S. , 1p. (31.75 x 18.75 cm.) (3010)
1 12 Scot, Edward, Major. Letter re: land. n.p. , n.d. A.L.S. , 1p. (18 x 19 cm.) (3064)
1 13 L'Hommedieu, Ezra. Letters written at Middletown, Philadelphia, Poughkeepsie, Kingston, Princeton, and New York. 1781-1784, 1792, 1796. Includes transcriptions. A.L.S. 18 items. (9584)
1 14 Mooers, Benjamin. Letters written at Plattsburgh, 1827-1828. Several of the letters refer to Point aux Roche [Point aux Roches; Point au Roche; Point aux Roche] farm, in Plattsburgh [?], Clinton County, New York, and the estate of General Hazen and Mrs. Hazen, Mooers's uncle and aunt. A.L.S. 10 items. (14821: Items 12, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, no number)
Miscellaneous with reference to John Tayler
1 15 Dechaumont, Le Roy. Letter to Jacob Brown re: John Tayler; mentions Mr. Gold. Albany, November 11, 1803. A.L.S. , 2p. (23.25 x 19.25 cm.) (2827)
1 15 Ker, George. Letter to Robert Troup regarding legal matters. Brunswick, N.J., March 23, 1801. Manuscript, 1(4)p. (25.5 cm. x 20.25 cm.) (SC 9838: Item 5)
1 15 Brown, Rufus. Letter to Capt. Joseph Bullock regarding the claim of Abraham Veeder. Albany, November 24, 1813. Manuscript, 2(4)p. (31.75 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC 9838: Item 6)
Miscellaneous
1 16 Letter to R.R. Livingston re: the difficulties of “constructing [a] fireplace in the second story of a house already built.” September 17, 1811. Manuscript, 2p. [fragment] (25 x 20.25 cm.) (2696)
1 16 Copy of letter to Phyn, Ellices & Inglis re: Messrs. Robert Henry, Jr., and Robert R. Henry, who “propose entering into business and have made out an order for an assortment of sale goods which they wish to procure from your house.” [No signature] Albany, February 9, 1791. Manuscript, 1p. (26 x 19 cm.) (2713)
1 16 Unsigned, undated letter re: debt and order for “one hogshead of best Jamacica spirits & one barrele of pork.” Mentions Mr. Caldwell. Endorsement: “To John Shaw. Copy [illegible] Capt. Van Worest[?]” A.L., 1p. (22.5 x 23 cm.) (2716)
1 16 Bloodgood, F.S. Letter to William Sames, Esq., merchant, Albany, re: Hulton estate. Utica, April 24, 1820. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (25.5 x 21.25 cm.) (2773)
1 16 Eltridg, William. Letter to Nicholas Grace, Palentine, re: money owed; notes he has “had to by [sic] one whole team of horses which cost $365”. Utica, April 29, 1823. A.L.S. , 2p. (32.5 x 19.5 cm.) (2855)
1 16 Le Roy, Peter F. Letter to Christian Miller of Albany, re: payment “for the rum and barrel.” He also writes that he was not sending “the money for the pipes” because they were “one half to [sic] longe & not half baked” and there were “not ten whole pipes in the box when it came to me.” Johnstown, July 29, 1793. A.L.S. , 1p. 31.5 x 19.5 cm.) (2939)
1 16 Nott, Benjamin. Letter re: “land on the east side of the Oswego River about two miles below the falls and a little south of the Van Volkenburgh farm.” Mentions Norman Hubbard and David Osburn. N.p, July 14, 1827. A.L., 1p. (31.75 x 20 cm.) (3007)
1 16 Smith, Thomas. Letter to Anthony Lamb, Esq., Albany, re: depositions. Chateaugay, February 10, 1822. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (32.5 x 20.5 cm.) (3071)
1 16 Fragment: “To Henry Van Schaack, Esq., Jr.” (8 x 21 cm.)
Financial
1 17 Account. John Tayler as Clothier General to the United States Army, 1776. Note on back dated May 6, 1780, and signed by John Welles. Manuscript, 2p. (33 x 41 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 371)
2 18 Account re: Lot No. 4, Newtown and money due William Morris, 1800-1805. A.L., 1(4)p. (24.5 x 18.5 cm.) (2690)
2 18 List of “lots belonging to John Tayler purchased by him from the Surveyor General from whom he has the deeds.” Lots are in Lysander, Tully, Cato, Hannibal, Pompey, Hector, Cicero and Solon. n.p. , n.d. 1p, (19.5 x 16 cm.) (2695)
2 18 Ledger [46]p. One page dated: October 1832. At top of four pages: “To Sinclair Walsh & Hall.” (15.75 cm.) (2709)
2 18 Account involving Walter Fanning, Mathew Dies and John Tayler. Blenheim, July 18, 1803. A.L.S. , 1p. (14 x 20 cm.) (2834)
2 18 Fraser, D. Request to “Websters” to deliver to John Tayler “a well bound copy of my ‘History of Man.'” Albany, October 9, 1805. A.L.S. , 1p. (ca. 17 x 18.75 cm.) (2862)
2 18 Judd, Stephen. Letter to John Tayler re: Lot No. 50. Jefferson, September 20, 1804. A.L.S. , 1p. (9 x 20.5 cm.) (2915)
2 18 Bullock, Maule V. [?]. Letter to John Tayler and invoice for calico [sic], china, purple shawls, etc.; also includes message signed by McF. Jarvis. New York, November 26, 1791. A.L.S. , 1(4)p., 32.75 x 20.5 cm.) (2966)
2 18 Memorandum about Isaac Anson and 150 acres in Chesterfield-Lake Champlain; mentions Capt. Whitney and William Finch. n.p. , May 5, 1828. Manuscript, 1p. (32 x 20 cm.) (2694)
2 18 “Cash received March the 17, 1804.” n.p. (20 x 15.75 cm.) (2697)
2 18 [List of sums of money]. n.p. (20.25 x 9.5 cm.) (2698)
2 18 Note of hours worked by James Dunlap, Daniel Polman and Nathen [sic] Farebank [Nathan Fairbanks] in March-May 1804. Manuscript, 1p. (20.5 x 18 cm.) (2699)
2 18 McIntyre. Archibald. Salaries paid to district attorneys in 1814: Moses I.[?] Cantine, Samuel S. Lusk, Polydore B. Wisner, David Russell, Joseph Kirkland, Randal S. Street, Daniel Kellogg, Alexander L. McDonald, Barent Gardenier and Amos Benedict, representing all the counties in New York State. n.p. , February 3, 1825. A.D.S. , 2(4)p. (33 x 20 cm.) (2700? 2796? 2766?)
2 18 Note with names: Slingerland, P. Brean, Yates. n.p. , n.d. 1.p. (7.25 x 20 cm.) (2704)
2 18 Fairchild, N.S. Account, 1826-1828. n.p. 1p. (ca. 13.5 x 19.75 cm.) ( (2711)
2 18 Unsigned note re: sale of land to Thomas Storven [?]. n.p. , n.d. (8.5 x 16 cm.) (2728)
2 18 Account for work done in March-May 1803 by James Dunlap, Daniel Polman, Nathan Fairbanks; work is for doors, window frames, sashes shutters and floor boards. Manuscript, 1p. (24 x 19.5 cm.) (2732)
1 18 Account re: property in Fonda's Patent, n.p. , 1819-1824. Manuscript, 1p. (20.25 x 12.5 cm.) (2738)
2 18 Copy of rent paid on Lot No. 27 in the 18th Town, Unadilla, leased to Joshua Breed, 1798-1820; paid in bushels of winter wheat. Endorsement: “Ros. Brant.” Manuscript, 1p. (32.25 x 20 cm.) (2740)
2 18 Brand, Samuel. “A bill of accounts.” Brookfield, August 25, 1828. Manuscript, 2p. (ca. 32.75 x 22 cm.) (2741)
2 18 Account: “Joshua Bried [Breed?] to an annual rent of 50 bushells of wheat on Lot No. 27, 18th Township,” 1798-1828. Endorsement: “Roswell Brandt – No. 27, 18th Towhship rent account.” Manuscript, 2p. (30.5 x 19.75 cm.) (2742)
2 18 Account of interest paid by R. Brant, 1820-1830. Manuscript, 1p. (20.25 x 13.25 cm.) (2743)
2 18 Account re: Ezra Loomis and interest amount on “Lot No. 3 in 17th Town Unadilla,” March 5, 1823-February 20, 1829. Manuscript, 1p. (31.25 x 19.25 cm.) (2744)
2 18 Order for pins, pepper, allspice, ginger, rum, molasses, nails, sugar, sandbox, pepper boxes, sauce pans, tea, salt, tobacco, brandy, gin, chocolate, and a “large pocket book.” Endorsement: Tryon & Couch. Memorandum. Manuscript, 1p. (15.75 x 9.5 cm.) (2746)
2 18 List of names and money received: Thornton Watson; Ezekiel Wheeler, Ziba Washburn, Joseph Wood, John Holmes, George Fenno, William King, Malcome Bridges, Daniel Cornwall. Manuscript, 1p. (20 x 15.25 cm.) (2747)
2 18 List of “valuation of unsold land of I. Hutton's estate” in Garoga Creek, Klock, Brutus, Cicero, Solon, Cincinnatus, Tully, Lysander and Fox's Creek; includes Hutton's valuation and C.D. Cooper's valuation; dates on document: 1814-1824. Manuscript, 1p. (32 x 19.5 cm.) (2748)
2 18 Goodrich, David. Document related to the survey of Lot No. 14 in the Sixteenth Township, Town of New Berlin [Unadilla?]; surveyed by Stephen Arnold, with Thomas Crippen and John Jacose as chain bearers, and James Simond as tallis [tally] man. New Berlin, October 18, 1815. A.D.S. , 2p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (2754)
2 18 Contract with David Osborne for “work to be done at a building,” August 29, 1807. Includes: “seller steps,” slanting doors, banisters, shutters, a partition on the second floor “for the sum of one hundred and twenty dollars.” A.L.S. , 1p. (29 x 19.5 cm.) (3012)
2 18 Receipt to John Tayler of Albany for paying “the duty … for and upon a two wheel carriage for the conveyance of persons called a chair and owned by him” for 1814. Albany, January 1, 1814. Manuscript. Printed form filled in, 1p. (12.25 x 18 cm.) (7905)
2 18 Account: “Cash for 5 shares, Deerfield Glass Works,” 1811-1814. Manuscript, 1p. (ca. 19.5 x 15.25 cm.) (7951 – 1 of 2 items stamped 7951)
2 18 [List of dates and amounts of money], 1811-1814. Manuscript, 1p. (13.75 x 8.5 cm.) (7952)
1 18 Contract between John Tayler and H. Judd, 1826-1836. Manuscript, 1p. (31.75 x 20 cm.) (A8318)
2 18 Two items: Receipt to John Tayler of Albany for paying “the duty … for and upon a four wheel carriage for the conveyance of persons, called a coachee [sic] and owned by him” for 1814. Albany, January 1, 1814. Manuscript. Printed form filled in, 1p. (14 x 18 cm.) (A8254) Receipt to John Tayler of Albany for paying “the duty … for and upon a two wheel carriage for the conveyance of persons (and the harness used therefore), called a chaise and owned by John Tayler” for 1815. [Albany [?]], December 15, 1814. Manuscript. Printed form filled in, 1p. (15.5 x 17.5 cm.) (A8254)
2 18 Cassidy, P. Account of Gov. [John] Tayler with Cassidy for steak, beef, mutton, cutlets, lamb and chops. n.p. , March-June 1826. A.D.S. , 1p. (32 x 19.75 cm.) (8514)
2 18 [Cornelius Vrooman?]. List of items for sale, including two cows, four heifers, one calf, ten sheep. “The canoe & cider press to remain on the premises & to remain as belonging to the farm.” n.d. Manuscript, 1p. (20 x 16.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 104)
2 18 John Tayler. Receipt. Endorsement: J. Bogart. Manuscript, 1p. (16.5 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 105)
2 18 Account of Andrew Lee with Thomas Sickles, 1784-1789, from whom he bought various kinds of cloth. Manuscript, 2(4)p. (31 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 108)
2 18 Species account, John Tayler, Albany, March 7, 1789. A.N.S., 1p. (12.75 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 109)
2 18 Account for pearl ashes and flax seed from John Tayler of Albany on account of Mr. James Vernon, signed by Nicholas Hoffman, November 29, 1790. Manuscript, 1p. (21.5 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 115)
2 18 Copy of notes, dated 1791-1792, John Tayler left with Isaac Youngs Esq., to collect together with his receipt. Receipt dated January 23, 1801. Lists name of those who hold the notes. Manuscript, 2p. (33 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 116)
2 18 Note from Eleazer Berritt to pay John Tayler. Ballston, April 16, 1791. Witnessed by Stephen Wood. Manuscript, 1p. (10 x 18.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 118)
2 18 Notes, dated 1789-1790, which are to be collected for John Tayler. Includes names of individuals. Manuscripts, 2p. (32 x 18.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 119)
2 18 Account of receipts for money paid to John Taylor [sic], Esq. Endorsements on noats [notes] and noats [notes] of hand and judgments, 1792. Includes names of individuals. Manuscript, 2p. (32 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 121)
2 18 Note from Abel French to pay John Tayler on William Simon Lewis's note, Ballston, November 7, 1791. A.N.S., 1p. (ca. 8.5 x 18 cm.) (SC9838: Item 125)
2 18 Note from Nathaniel Calkin to pay John Tayler, Ballston, April 25, 1791. Manuscript, 1p. (9.5 x 18.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 128)
2 18 Walter Patchin. List of notes payable to John Tayler, 1790-1793. Includes names of individuals owing money. Manuscript, 2p. (34 x 21.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 129)
2 18 Account of the sale of the personal estate of William Cumming [?] and his sister,” absent and absconding debtor,” February 21, 1795. List of names of individuals who bought the items and what they paid for them. Manuscript, 4p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 135)
2 18 Mortgage of David Van Ness to John Tayler. Red Hook, January 3[?], 1797. Manuscript, 1(4)p. (34.5 x 21 cm.) (SC9838: Item 137)
2 18 Note re: interest. 1790. Torn. Manuscript, 1p. (ca. 19 x 12 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 138)
2 18 Note from James Hildreth to pay Abraham van Vechten. November 22, 1798. Received by Isaiah Livingston. Manuscript, 1p. (15.5 x 18.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 139)
2 18 List of moneys received by John Tayler from Joseph Snell and George Knouts, 1801-1804. Manuscript, 1p. (ca. 20 x 15 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 141)
2 18 George McLean. Receipt of money paid by John Tayler. June 1, 1809. Manuscript, 1p. (32 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 146)
2 18 John Tayler. Receipt. Albany, September 4, 1805. Signed by John Wendell and John V. Henry. Manuscript, 1p. (25 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 147)
2 18 John Tayler. Promissory note to pay George McLean. Albany, December 24, 1808. D.S., 1p. (12 x 18 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 148)
2 18 Silas Halsey. Order on John Tayler. Ovid, June 3, 1811. Manuscript, 1p. (ca. 10 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 150)
2 18 Josiah Hager. Receipt. n.p. , November 28, 1816. A.N.S., 2p. (12 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 152)
2 18 Daniel Hagers. Note. Albany, October 21, 1817. Related note attached, dated August 4, 1819. Manuscript, 2 pieces (11 x 19 cm.; 12 x 19.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 153)
2 18 C.W. Groosbeeck. Note related to Lot No. 2, 1814. Endorsement: J. Bogart. At head of note: “The Hon[orab]le John Tayler, Esq.” A.N.S., 1p. (13.5 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 154)
2 18 John Tayler. Chamberlain's account. Albany, May-September, 1817. Manuscript, 1p. (3 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 155)
2 18 John Bogart. Chamberlain's account received of John Tayler. Albany, September 25, 1817. D.S., 1p. 32.75 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 156)
2 18 John Bogart. Note to Gov. John Tayler re: Lewis Farnham. December 16, 1817. A.N.S., 1(4)p. (12.5 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 158)
2 18 Oswegatchie lands conveyed to [Alexander] McComb. June 30, 1789. Manuscript, 1p. (31.5 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 528)
2 18 “An account of money received on my acct. by Walter Paterson [?] of Balston [Ballston]. List of names. n.d. Manuscript, 1p. (32 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 530)
2 18 “Proportions due to the following persons & amt pd.” n.p. , 1798. Stephen Lusk, Richard, Lusk, James Bloodgood, J. Tayler. Manuscript, 2p. (19 x 16.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 532)
2 18 Note re: interest, 1791-1813, for David Van Ness and James Hildreth. Manuscript, 2 pieces (each 9.5 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 534)
2 18 “An estimate for building a gris[t]mill and sawmill, to wit the gris[t]mil for one run of stone, also the sawmill for a single saw, the gris[t]mill house to be 16 feet by 16.” Onida [Oneida?], n.d. Manuscript, 2(4)p. (30.5 x 39 cm.) SEE ALSO SC9838: Item 303. (From SC9838: Item 536)
2 18 Account. 1802-1803. n.p. Manuscript, 1p. (ca. 7.5 x 16.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 537)
2 18 Note re: interest, 1800-1892. Manuscript, 2p. (24.5 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 539)
2 18 Tally sheet of interest received on an account, 1798-1802. Manuscript, 1p. (17 x 10 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 541)
2 18 Cook, H.B. Account re: mortgage and rent. n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 1p. 44.5 x 21 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 542)
2 18 Tayler, John. Copy of notes, dated 1790-1792, left with Isaac Youngs, Esq., to collect together with his receipt. Receipt dated June 15, 1791. Lists names of those who hold the notes. Manuscript, 2p. (29.75 x 18.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 544)
2 18 Notes from Jonathan Whapples. n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 1p. (ca. 16.5 x 16 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 546)
2 18 Hewit, Oliver. Promissory note to pay Jonathan Whapoles [Whappoles?][?], Ballston, December 25, 1790. Witnessed by Samuel Dunham. Manuscript, 1p. (95. x 21 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 547)
2 18 Account, n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 1p. (19.75 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 549)
2 18 Receipts of payments and advances for farm No. 9 in Township No. 16, Totten and Crossfield Purchase … Anthony's Nose. November 1, 1812. Manuscript, 1p. (ca. 19 x 16.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 550)
2 18 Index to 12 items related to a mortgage and bond. n.p. , n.d. Names: George Ker, Coll MacGregor, Mr. Graham, John Smith, John Rogers, William Armstrong, Walter Franklin, Israel Pleasants, John Tayler, Frederick Rhinelander. Manuscript, 1p. (17.5 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 555)
2 18 James Bloodgood. Account. n.p., n.d. Manuscript, 1p. (ca. 19.5 x 32.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 556)
2 18 Elizabeth Fillmore. Note re: amount due John Tayler. Ballston, November 2, 1791. A.N.S., 1p. (45. x 18 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 557)
2 18 “I write by moon light to let you know I called a ¼ past 7 oclock p.m. Feby 10th, 1804.” Signature torn. A.N.S., 1p. (ca. 5.5 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 558)
2 18 “Memorandum …[re:] the farm this day sold to John Tayler by Cornelius Vrooman on the Normans Kill – The canoe and the cider press to remain and to be considered as part of the property sold …” n.d. Manuscript, 1p. (33.5 x 19.75 cm.) SEE From SC9838: Item 104. (From SC9838: Item 560)
2 18 C.W. Groesbeck. Receipt for purchase of Lot No. 2. n.p., n.d. Manuscript, 1p. (7.5 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 568)
2 18 Abraham Viatt. Receipt for tax on land. Willsborough, December 22, 1796. A.N.S., 1p. (13.75 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 569)
2 18 John Vernor. Account and receipt from John Tayler for expenses “in exploring the Sixteenth Township in Totten & Crossfield Purchase.” November 1, 1802. A.N.S., 1p. (11.5 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 570)
2 18 Peter Whitmore. Account and receipt from John Tayler. Albany, November 29, 1811. D.S., 1p. (29 x 18 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 571)
2 18 William Fonda. Account and receipt from John Tayler for his “expenses to Kingston in upper Canada … [and] services 18 days in going and returning.” n.p. , September 27-October 30, 1803. D.S., 1p. (16 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 572)
2 18 George Clinton. Receipt from John Tayler of $4,500 re: purchase of Township No. 16 in Totten and Crossfield Purchase. July 2, 1804. A.N.S., 1p. (24.75 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 573)
2 18 Account for Loudon Millard, 1807-1812. n.p. , 1p. (18.5 x 18.25 cm.) (no accession number)
2 18 Contract between John Tayler and Adam A. Vrooman, 1820-1824. A.L.S. , 2. (33 x 20 cm.) (7951 – 2 of 2 items stamped 7951)
2 19 Accounts, between John Tayler and Commissioners of [NYS] Indian Affairs (Iroquois-Onondaga, Oneida and Cayuga)
2 19 Bill to the State of New York from John Tayler for “sundries to the Cayuga, Onondaga & Oneida Nation … to the Indians from Buffaloe Creek … [and for Tayler's] services … [as well as money] for the support of six Cayuga Indians including Steel Trap who was sick at Albany.” Certified as being correct by D[avid] Brooks. Includes transcript. A.L.S. , 1p. (19.5 x 31.5 cm.) (6919)
2 19 Account of services of Richard Varick, Peter Ryckman, H[ugh] White. n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 1p. (18 x 11 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 242)
2 19 Account regarding expenses for cartage, storage, hiring of a boat, waggoning, etc. Np., n.d. Manuscript, 2p. (ca. 20.25 x 15.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 243)
2 19 Accounts of delivery of corn, pork and flour to the Oneidas. n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 1p. (13 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 244)
2 19 Account regarding costs connected with “holding treaties with the Indians” and certificate of permission to pay signed by Egbert Benson, Samuel Jones and Richard Varick. n.p. , April 8, 1790. Manuscript, 2p. (18.75 x 15.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 245)
2 19 Account summary of amounts owed to several named individuals and several Indians with certificate of permission to pay signed by Egbert Benson, Samuel Jones and Richard Varick. n.p. , April 8, 1790. Manuscript, 2p. (39.5 x 16.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 246)
2 19 Onondaga Indian deed (copy). September 12, 1788. Manuscript, 2(4)p. (32.5 x 19.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 247)
2 19 Kirkland, Samuel. Promise to pay John Tayler a specific amount of money. Fort Schuyler, June 18, 1789. A.N.S., 1p. (11 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 248)
2 19 Certificates of delivery of merchandise by John Tayler to Oneida, Onondaga and Cayuga Indians. Three certificates on one sheet; one signed by Samuel Kirkland and two signed by Peter Ryckman. One dated: Albany, February 27, 1789; two dated: Albany, February 29, 1789. Manuscript, 1p. (25.5 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 249)
2 19 Kirkland, Samuel. Account and receipt for services with the Commissioners of Indian Affairs for hiring a sleigh for travel between Stockbridge and Albany, 18 days of board and lodging, “entertaining of the Indians,” horse keeping, etc. Albany, February 27, 1789. A.D.S. , 2p. (26 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 250)
2 19 Bill to John Tayler for “services in going to Oneida and assisting at the treaty.” Fort Stanwix, June 22, 1789. A.N.S., 1p. (8 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 251)
2 19 Account for expenses of Peter Ryckman [February 1789?], including payment to individuals for rum, green tea, sugar, etc., for the “battoman,” provisions, hiring of a wagon and horse, “freight from New York,” “cartage and storage at Albany,” etc. Manuscript, 2p. (23 x 29.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 252)
2 19 Account for freight, cartage, storage, waggoning, hiring of boats, etc. n.p. , n.d. [1789?]. Manuscript, 2p. (16.5 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 253)
2 19 Conrad Gansevoort. Bill to John Tayler and receipt. Albany, March 6, 1789. A.N.S., 1p. (9 x 20.25 cm.) (SC9838: Item 254)
2 19 James Caldwell. Bill to John Tayler and receipt. Albany, February 25, 1789. A.N.S., 1p. (13 x 18.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 255)
2 19 Bill to John Tayler and receipt. Albany, March 6, 1789. A.N.S., 1p. (ca. 10.5 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 256)
2 19 John J. Bleecker. Account and receipt from John Tayler for “victualling and lodging” of Indians and squaws, “stabling and keeping of a span of horses,” five loads of wood, and West India rum. Albany, March 3, 1789. At head of document: “The Commissioners of the State of New York.” D.S., 1p. (31.5 x 21 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 257)
2 19 Account and receipt for Henry Rightmyer's “entertainment for forty-six persons,” including cyder, grog, rum, “a supper for 37 Indians” and “a sleigh [for] two days.” Albany, February 12, 1789. D.S., 3(4)p. (32 x 19.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 258)
2 19 Receipt for Peter Ryckman's “services & expences in going to Onondaga & returning on public business.” Fort Schuyler, June 19, 1789. A.N.S., 1p. (13.5 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 259)
2 19 Georg Ittig (George Ettigh). Receipt to batteaumen in returning to German Flatts. Fort Schuyler, June 1, 1789. D.S., 2p. (ca. 8 x 29.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 260)
2 19 Joel Prescot (physician). Account and receipt for services, including “dressing a Cayuga Indian's wound [and] bleeding four Indians.” Albany, February 28, 1789. Manuscript, 2p. (ca. 13.5 x 18.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 261)
2 19 Account and receipt for “liquors last night for the Indians” supplied by Henry (Hendrick) Van Wie to Peter Ryckman. Albany, February 27, 1789. A.N.S., 2p. (ca. 6 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 262)
2 19 Account and receipt to Elisha Crane for “keeping and oats” for horses (brought by Mr. M. Reed) “at the time the Indians came.” D.S., 1p. (13.5 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 263)
2 19 Peter Ryckman. Order “to pay the bearer, a Indian, sixteen shillings for provisions on the way.” Albany, February 23, 1789. A.N.S., 1p. (ca. 9 x 21 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 264)
2 19 Peter Ryckman. Receipt for “deliver[ing] the bearer, an Indian, a hatt the value eight shillings.” Albany, February 18, 1789. A.N.S., 1p. (7 x 16.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 265)
2 19 Severenus Deygart. [Sovrinus Deygert? Sophrenus Tygart?]. Account and receipt for suppers and lodging for Garrit Ryckman [Gerrit Ryckman] and four Indians.[Albany?], February 7, 1789. D.S., 2p. (7.5 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 266)
2 19 Severenus Deygart. [Sovrinus Deygert? Sophrenus Tygart?]. Account and receipt. Albany, February 12, 1789. Manuscript, 2p. (11 x 21 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 267)
2 19 Henry Van Woert. Receipt of payment for “engrossing Indian deed on parchment. n.p. , February 28, 1789. Torn. A.N.S., 1p. (15.5 x 18.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 268)
2 19 Account and receipt for services of James M. Reed. Albany, February 27, 1789. Manuscript, 2p. (11.25 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 269)
2 19 Gerrit P. Ryckman. Receipt “for services rendered to the Commissioners of Indian Affairs. Albany, March 4, 1789. 1p. (11.75 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 270)
2 19 Order for payment and receipt for Sgt. Hugh White. Whitestown, February 18, 1789. (From SC9838: Item 271)
2 19 Peter A. Bratt and 9 others. Account and receipt from John Tayler, agent of the Commissioners for Indian Affairs, for “ten days hire of ten slays [sleighs]” for “transporting the Indians to Oneida. Albany, March 9, 1789. D.S., 1p. (23.5 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 272)
2 19 Peter Ryckman. Receipt for flour for the Cayuga Indians. Oneida, February 7, 1789. Verso: Approval of credit for an Indian in William Benton's store for one dollar. Geneva, September 27, 1788 [sic]. A.N.S., 2p. (9.5 x 16.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 273)
2 19 Peter Ryckman. Receipt to “bearer, a Quagua [?] Indian,” for “bringing provisions.” Albany, February 14, 1789. A.N.S., 1p. (ca. 10 x 12 cm.) (SC9838: Item 274)
2 19 Peter Ryckman. Receipt to “bearer, a Quagua [?] Indian,” for “bringing provisions.” Albany, February 14, 1789. A.N.S., 1p. (6.5 x 16 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 275)
2 19 John Fonda. Receipt approved by Peter Ryckman. Colkenaworger [?], February 10, 1789. Verso: Receipt signed by Peter Smith, Albany, February 17, 1789. A.N.S., 2p. (ca. 12.25. x 15 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 276)
2 19 Peter Ryckman. Order to pay Sgt. White “for transporting the Indians from Whitestown to [Albany?] being five sleighs for seven days.” Albany, February 22, 1789. Verso: Receipt signed by Amos Witmore. Albany, February 11, 1789. Manuscript, 2p. (15 x 21 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 277)
2 19 Peter Ryckman. Receipt “for apples for the use of the Indians.” Albany, February 20, 1789. N.S., 1p. (9 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 278)
2 19 Thomas Bradford. Receipt from John Tayler for beef. Albany, February 21, 1789. D.S., 1p. (10.25 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 279)
2 19 Glen Bluckers. Receipt to John Taylor. n.p. , February 23, 1789. A.N.S., 1p. (10 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 280)
2 19 John Shepherd. Order and receipt on Peter Ryckman for supplies with Indians. Canadasaga, January 28, 1789. Manuscript, 2p. (19 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 281)
2 19 Mary Wilkinson. Receipt from John Tayler for 1500 wampum. February 16, 1789. N.S., 1p. (ca. 10.5 x 16.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 282)
2 19 Account and receipt for “keeping Ryckmans' horse” and “sundries furnished the Indians” by Hugh White. Albany, March 11, 1789. A.N.S., 1p. (13.5 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 283)
2 19 Peter Ryckman. Receipt for “one baral of cyder for the use of the Indians” supplied by John McCarr. Albany, February 18, 1789. A.N.S., 1p. (8.5 x 21 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 284)
2 19 Account of sundries furnished the Indians at Albany, February 10, 1789, including wood, beef, one keg, bread, butter, tobacco, sugar, tea, pepper, candles, soap, salt, vermillion, black and white wampum, flour, cider and apples. Manuscript, 1p. (39.5 x 16.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 285)
2 19 Abraham Bloodgood. Receipt for “horse hired for the use of the Commissioners of Indian Affairs.” A.N.S., 1p. (ca. 10 x 19 cm.) (SC9838: Item 286)
2 19 Account and receipt to Peter Tayler, approved by Peter Ryckman, for goods supplied by Isaac Bogert [Bogard], including tobacco, rum, buttons, sugar, broadcloth, calico. Albany, March 2, 1789. Manuscript, 2p. (23 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 287)
2 19 Account and receipt for moccasins and “service” supplied by Stephen Wilkinson on behalf of the Commissioners [for Indian Affairs]., Albany, February 26, 1789. Manuscript. 1p. (12.5 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 288)
2 19 Account and receipt to Egbert Van Schaack from Peter Ryckman for cloth, linen, thread, buttons, etc. “for the Indians. Receipt signed by Nicholas Van Schaack. Albany, March 3, 1789. (From SC9838: Item 289)
2 19 Account and receipt to Mancius & Woodruff from John Tayler “for attendance & medicines to a Cayuga woman.” A.N.S., 1p. (ca. 14.5 x 18.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 290)
2 19 Isaac Denniston. Account and receipt for sundry items, including grog, pipes, wine, bowls, punch, and cider, between February 12 and 27, 1789. Receipt “of John Tayler” dated March 4, 1789. Manuscript, 2p. (32.5 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 291)
2 19 William Staats. Receipt for species. n.p. , February 27, 1789. A.N.S., 1p. (18.5 x 8.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 292)
2 19 Account and receipt to John Bleecker, Jr., from John Tayler for “copying the proceedings of the Indian treaty.” March 3, 1789. A.N.S., 1p. (11.5 x 21 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 293)
2 19 Account and receipt, paid on Richard Varick's request to John McKesson for Varick's making two copies of the proceedings of the Commissioners for Indian Affairs. Albany, March 7, 1789. Manuscript, 1p. (31 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 294)
2 19 Account and receipt for Hugh White's five days of “victualing 38 indians” and using a sleigh “to transport them.” Albany, March 11, 1789. Mansucript, 1p. (ca. 24 x 18 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 295)
2 19 Peter Ryckman. “Please to pay the bearer ten shilling for two loads of wood for the use of the Indians.” Note sent to John Tayler. Albany, February 23, 1789. A.N.S., 1p. (10.5 x 21 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 296)
2 19 Receipt approved by Peter Ryckman for wood supplied by _____ Scott to the Indians. Albany, February 1789. A.N.S., 1p. (7.5 x 11 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 297)
2 19 Receipt to John Salsbury, approved by Peter Ryckman, for wood supplied to the Indians. Note sent to John Tayler. Albany, February 14, 1789. A.N.S., 2p. (ca. 6.5 x 10.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 298)
2 19 Receipt to John Salsbury, approved by Peter Ryckman, for wood supplied to the Indians. Note sent to John Tayler. Albany, February 17, 1789. A.N.S., 2p. (ca. 8 x 19.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 299)
2 19 Receipt to Jonathan Conuk [?], approved by Peter Ryckman, for wood supplied. Albany, February 19, 1789. A.N.S., 2p. (4.75 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 300)
2 19 Peter Ryckman. Certification that John Tayler “paid eight pounds to a Cayuga Indian in cash for a horse lost by the said Indian.” Albany, February 29, 1789. A.N.S., 1p. (ca. 11 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 301)
2 19 Account and receipt for goods and services rendered by John Shepherd, including repairing three rifles, grinding two new knives, and one small ax. Albany, February 28, 1789. N.S., 1p. (13.5 x 18.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 302)
2 19 Report to John Tayler signed by Hugh White, Amos Wetmore and William Colbrath, regarding an agreement between Tayler and John Beardslee about building a grist mill and a saw mill at Onida [Oneida], “on the reservation made to the Oneida nation. Whitestown, October 10, 1789. SEE ALSO SC9838: Item 536 (From SC9838: Item 303)
2 19 Receipts of John Moore and Henry Core (Corl?) for providing John Tayler and “two other men” with “two trips in a bateau from [Schenectady] to Fort Schuyler. Schenectady, June 20, 1789. Three receipts on one page. Manuscript, 1p. (32.25 x 19.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 304)
2 19 Sundry expenses of the Commissioners of Indian Affairs, 1789. Manuscript, 2p. (21 x 29 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 305)
2 19 William Colbrath. Account and receipt for expenses related to services rendered to John Tayler and his party, including “damages done by the Indians” and pork. Fort Schuyler, June 18, 1789. A.N.S., 1p. (31.5 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 306)
2 19 Account of John Tayler for services, travel and other expenses on behalf of the Commissioners of Indian Affairs, May-June 1789. Includes authorization of payment, signed by Egbert Benson, Samuel Jones and Richard Varick, April 8, 1790. Manuscript, 2p. (28.5 x 17 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 307)
2 19 Gerrit P. Ryckman. Receipt for services to Commissioners for Indian Affairs. Albany, January 20, 1790. A.N.S., 1p. (14 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 308)
2 19 Resolutions of the Commissioner for Indian Affairs [incomplete]. Albany, July 15, 1789. Manuscript, 1p. (32 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 309)
2 19 George Clinton. Re: “purchase of Indian corn for the relief of the poor.” n.p. , July [no year]. (Copy) Manuscript, 2p. (32 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 310)
2 19 William Colbrath. Letter to John Tayler, re: giving corn and rum to the Onondagas and Cayugas. Fort Schuyler, August 22, 1789. D.S., 1(4)p. (33 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 311)
2 19 John Tayler. Account of the Commissioners of Indian Affairs re: Kayugas [Cayugas], January-March 1789. Manuscript, 1p. (21 x 34 cm.) (SC9838: Item 312)
2 19 Peter Ryckman. Authorization of payment of expenses of Hugh White on behalf of the “Indian department” for rum, bread, rental of sleigh, etc. Manuscript, 1p. (29.5 x 20.25 cm.) (SC9838: Item 313)
2 19 John Thornton. Account to Commissioners for Indian Affairs for the State of New York for January 22 and February 6, 1789, and receipt of payment, dated February 16, 1789, re: “expenses for myself & my horse.” Also includes “bill of expences of 2 Cayuga Indians.” Manuscript, 2(4)p. (33 x 20 cm.) (SC9838: Item 314)
2 19 John Tayler [?]. Account of expenses to Fort Schuyler, including hiring of bateau men, hiring horses and wagon for 24 days, provisions delivered to the Indians during the treaty, etc. Two copies on one sheet. n.p. , May 1789. Manuscript, 2(4)p. (37.75 x 15.25 cm.) (SC9838: Item 315)
2 20 John Sanders Lansing. Costs re: assignment. n.p. , September 9, 1790 and January 8, 1791. Manuscript, 1p. (15.5 x 21.5 cm. (From SC9838: Item 114)
2 20 Book of accounts of Amos Thurstin [Thurston?] and Rowland S. Thurstin {Thurston?]. List of names and inventory of business and personal items. Ballston, November 7, 1790. Witness: Abel French. Manuscript, 15(16)p. (18.75 x 16.5 cm. to 35 x 15.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 316)
2 20 Notes [list of names and amounts] taken for Amos Thurston's [Thurstin?] property sale at vendue, August 20, 1791. Manuscript, 1(4)p. (27.25 x 9.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 317)
2 20 Account of Amos Thurston [Thurstin?] with John Tayler. 1791. Includes “Notes [list of names and amounts] left with Mr. French,” August 19, [1791?] Manuscript, 3(4)p. (18.5 x 15 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 318)
2 20 List of notes, List of old notes and List of due bills [lists of names and amounts] of Amos Thurstin [Thurston] and Rowland S. Thurstin [Thurston]. Signed by Amos Thurstin and Rowland S. Thurstin. Witness: Abel French. Ballston, January 23, 1791. Manuscript, 4p. (31 x 18.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 319)
2 20 List of notes [list of names and amounts] of Amos Thurstin [Thurston] and Rowland S. Thurstin [Thurston]. Signed by Amos Thurstin and Rowland S. Thurstin. Witnesses: Abel French and Rowland Sweetland. Ballston, January 23, 1791. Manuscript, 1p. (30 x 18.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 320)
2 20 List of Notes of Amos Thurstin [Thurston] and Rowland Thurstin [Thurston]. A list of names. 1788-1790. Manuscript, 3(4)p. (30.25 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 321)
2 20 Notes of hand received from Amos V. [and?] Rowland S. Thurstin. n.p. , 1789-1791. List of names, amount due and remarks re: account. Manuscript, 1p. (36 x 30 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 322)
2 20 Rowland S. Thurston. Notes [list of names and amounts]. Albany, November 11, 1795. D.S., 1p. (32.5 x 19.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 323)
2 20 Supreme Court. Benjamin V. Clinch vs. Amos Thurston. Signed by John Ten Broeck. n.p. , n.d. A.N.S., 1p. (13.5 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 324)
2 20 Supreme Court. Benjamin V. Clinch vs. Amos Thurston. June 16, 1790. Signed by Nathaniel Douglass. A.N.S., 1p. (ca. 17 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 325)
2 20 Supreme Court. Benjamin V. Clinch vs. Amos Thurston. July 2, 1790. Signed by Nathaniel Douglass. A.N.S., 1p. (ca. 17 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 326)
2 20 Supreme Court. Benjamin V. Clinch vs. Amos Thurston. July 21, 1790. Signed by John Ten Broeck. A.N.S., 1p. (ca. 17 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 327)
2 20 Account. Benjamin V. Clinch vs. Amos Thurston. Manuscript, 1p. (ca. 9 x 7.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 328)
2 20 Account. Benjamin V. Clinch vs. Amos Thurston. Manuscript, 1p. (10.25 x 16.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 329)
2 20 Account and receipt. Supreme Court. John Taylor, Esq., vs. Amos & Rowland Thurston. Manuscript, 1p. (April 21, 1792) (From SC9838: Item 330)
2 20 Chamberlin, Russel. Promise to pay Rowland S. Thurstin [Thurston]. Ballston, January 21, 1791. N.S., 2p. (9.5 x 17.5 cm) (From SC9838: Item 331)
2 20 Amos Thurstin and Rowland S. Thurstin. Bond with John Tayler, September 13, 1790. Also includes warrant of attorney. D.S., 1(4)p. (31.5 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 332)
2 20 Amos Thurstin. Bond with Benjamin V. Clinch. February 2, 1790. D.S., 2(4)p. (30.5 x 18.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 333)
2 20 Rowland S. Thurstin. Bond with John Tayler, November 11, 1795. Payable November 10, 1806. Thurstin is listed as living in Burlington, Otsego County. Printed form filled in. 1p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 334)
2 20 Rowland S. Thurstin. Bond with John Tayler, November 11, 1795. Payable November 10, 1805. Thurstin is listed as living in Burlington, Otsego County. Printed form filled in. 1p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 335)
2 20 Rowland S. Thurstin. Bond with John Tayler, November 11, 1795. Payable November 10, 1804. Thurstin is listed as living in Burlington, Otsego County. Printed form filled in. 1p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 336)
2 20 Rowland S. Thurstin. Bond with John Tayler, November 11, 1795. Payable November 10, 1803. Thurstin is listed as living in Burlington, Otsego County. Printed form filled in. 1p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 337)
2 20 Rowland S. Thurstin. Bond with John Tayler, November 11, 1795. Payable November 10, 1802. Thurstin is listed as living in Burlington, Otsego County. Printed form filled in. 1p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 338)
2 20 Rowland S. Thurstin. Bond with John Tayler, November 11, 1795. Payable November 10, 1801. Thurstin is listed as living in Burlington, Otsego County. Printed form filled in. 1p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 339)
2 20 Rowland S. Thurstin. Bond with John Tayler, November 11, 1795. Payable November 10, 1800. Thurstin is listed as living in Burlington, Otsego County. Printed form filled in. 1p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 340)
2 20 Rowland S. Thurstin. Bond with John Tayler, November 11, 1795. Payable November 10, 1797. Thurstin is listed as living in Burlington, Otsego County. Printed form filled in. 1p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 341)
2 20 Rowland S. Thurstin. Bond with John Tayler, November 11, 1795. Payable November 10, 1796. Thurstin is listed as living in Otsego County. Manuscript, 1p. (31 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 342)
2 20 Rowland S. Thurstin. Bond with John Tayler, November 11, 1795. Payable November 10, 1798. Thurstin is listed as living in Burlington, Otsego County. Printed form filled in. 1p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 343)
2 20 Rowland S. Thurstin. Bond with John Tayler, November 11, 1795. Payable November 10, 1799. Thurstin is listed as living in Burlington, Otsego County. Printed form filled in. 1p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 344)
2 20 Account of Amos Thurston [Thurstin] with Benjamen V. Clinch. 1790-1791. Manuscript, 1p. (18 x 30 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 345)
2 20 Account of Amos Thurston [Thurstin] with John Tayler, 1789-1790. Manuscript, 1p. (19.25 x 31.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 346)
2 20 Account of Amos Thurston [Thustin] with John Tayler, 1788-1790. Trade includes corn, “pot ashes” and “boards & plank.” Manuscript, 4p. (31 x 19.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 347)
2 20 Account listing farm animals (cows, horse, lambs, sheep, etc.), “wagon,” “mow of hay,” “pot ash kettles,” ¼ of saw mill, etc. n.p. , n.d. Names on document include Amos Thurstin, John Tayler, James Gordon, Josiah Talmadge, John Ball, James Foot, Gideon Culver, Elihu Benedict and Alexander Bey. Manuscript, 2p. (31 x 18.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 348)
2 20 Amos Thurstin. Account with John Tayler. n.p. , 1790-1791. Items listed include iron, “pott ash kettles,” flax seed, rye, Indian corn, etc. Manuscript, 1p. (30.75 x 17.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 349)
2 20 Amos Thurstin. Account with John Tayler. n.p. , 1788-1790. Items listed include “sundry merchandize,” “pot ashes,” “boards & plank,” etc. Manuscript, 2p. (31 x 38 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 350)
2 20 Amos Thurstin. Account with Benjamin V. Clinch. n.p. , 1790-1791. Manuscript, 2p. (18.5 x 30 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 351)
2 20 Account of the sales of the property of Amos & Rowland Thurston [Thurstin]. Includes farm animals, “wagon,” row of hay, tubs, wheel barrow, cooler [cooker?], ladles and scrapers, ¼ of a sawmill, plough and harrow, cart, etc. n.p. August 19, 1791. Manuscript, 2p. (33.25 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 352)
2 20 Amos Thurstin. Account with John Tayler. Albany, January 27, 1792. Manuscript, 1p. (18 x 31.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 353)
2 21 John Tayler. Account book, “List of Debts from Large Ledger,” 1792 (14(24)p. (37 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 451)
Accounts regarding Bayard's Patent
2 22 Copy of real estate document re: Lot 24 of Bayard's Patent in Herkimer County between Col. M. Willett and Levy Smith of the Town of Litchfield and of the survey made by Rufus Chapin; also mentions L[oudon] Willard, Jonathan Leonard and Nathan Brown. n.p. , March 17, 1807. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (24 x 18 cm.) (2731)
2 22 Account re: Lot 24 of Bayard's Patent, 1795-1814. Names on account: Abele Brace, Levy Nye, Ten Eyck Bleecker, Loudon Millard, Levy Phineas Smith, Isaac Woodruff, Solomon Leonard, James Gifford, Loudon Millard, Nathan Brown, James Gifford, Jonas Smith. Manuscript, 1p. (36 x 24 cm.) (2733)
2 22 Similar to but not exactly like Item 2733. Manuscript, 1p. (36 x 24 cm.) (2734)
2 22 Account re: Lot 24 of Bayard's Patent signed by John Tayler. Endorsement: Myndert Cole, Mathew Keith, Abner M. Clark, witnesses. Albany, November 24, 1824. D.S., 1p. (16.25 x 20 cm.) (2737)
2 23 Letter to Judge [John] Tayler regarding George Webster's surveying Tayler's township in Totten and Crossfield Purchase. Hebron, August 4, 1803. A.L.S. , 1p. (33 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 239)
2 23 Letter to Judge John Tayler regarding George Webster's surveying Tayler's township [in Totten and Crossfield Purchase]. Hebron, May 22, 1804. A.L.S. , 1p. (30.75 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 240)
2 23 Note from George Webster to John Tayler “to receive an answer to the request I sent you by Mr. Randles. Hebron, May 25, 1804. Also on sheet: “Gen[e]r[a]l De Witt.” A.N.S., 1p. (25.25 x 20 cm.) Endorsement: Geo. Webster, Surveyor. (From SC9838, [Item 240A])
2 23 George Webster. Agreement for surveying Township 16 in Totten and Crossfield Purchase. Albany, June 22, 1804. A.L.S. , 2(4)p. (31.5 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 241)
2 23 George Webster. Order and receipt. Hebron, August 7, 1804. A.N.S., 1p. (ca. 11 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838, [Item 241A])
2 23 George Webster. Account and receipt with John Tayler for “surveying in the sixteenth Township Totten and Crossfield Purchase. Albany, January 8, 1805. A.N.S., 1p. 15.5 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838, [Item 241B])
Bonds, miscellaneous
2 24 Statement of John Williams and bonds paid in full to John Tayler., 1794-1807. Manuscript, 1p. (32 x 19.75 cm.) (2707)
2 24 Calculations on a bond from 1787 to 1790. Manuscript, 1p. (30 x 18.25 cm.) (2708)
2 24 Bond between Thomas Lufbary and John Tayler re: “the Flatts at Fort Hunter.” Albany, February 10, 1808. A.L.S. , 1p. (23 x 19 cm.) (2715)
2 24 Bond between Henry Clark of the Town of Watervliet and John Tayler, 1804-1812. Manuscript. Printed form filled in, 2p. (32.5 x 20 cm.) (2792)
2 24 Certificate re: quit rent paid on Lot Nos. 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80 in “Godfreed Miller & others” patent. Albany, April 1, 1823. Manuscript. Printed form filled in, 1p. (32 x 19.5 cm.) (3074)
2 24 Andreis Truax. Bond to his father, Jacob Truax, of the manor of Rensselaer in the County of Albany, December 15, 1769. D.S., 2(4)p. (31 x 19.75 cm.) (SC9838: Item 1)
2 24 Copy of a bond between Volkert Veeder, of Water Vliet [Watervliet], and Abraham Veeder, Water Vliet, February 9, 1789. With note signed by Ab[raham?] Van Vechten, July 5, 1794. D.S., 2(4)p. (33 x 19.75 cm.) (SC9838: Item 2)
2 24 Bond of John Patterson, Daniel Colt, and Richard Hamilton of Lansingburgh to Mary Ker, wife of George Ker, of New York City, April 12, 1796. D.S., 2(4)p. (32.5 x 20 cm.) (SC9838: Item 3)
2 24 Judgement in the case between George McLean, of Albany, merchant, and John Tayler to recover in court a sum from John Cassidy and Patrick Cassidy. [Albany], December 24, 1808. D.S. 2p. (31.5 x 21.75 cm.) (SC9838: Item 95)
2 24 Henry Rutgers. Account re: bond, 1793-1801. Manuscript, 1p. (19 x 12 cm.) (SC9838: Item 133)
2 24 Account re: bond dated October 6, 1815. n.p. Manuscript, 1p. (25 x 20 cm.) (SC9838: Item 151)
2 24 John Tayler. Receipts for rent paid to Stephen Van Rensselaer. Included is a band of paper (not numbered) labeled: “Rent paid in full to 1st Jany. 1820.” The receipt for 1821 is rent on Lot No. 32, Lydius and Ferry streets, Albany. The 1824 receipt shows the rent that year was paid in cash. The rent for the years 1825, 1826 (3 items), 1827 (3 items), 1828 (2 items) and 1829 was paid in wheat. Signing the receipts for Van Rensselaer: Andrew D. Lansing, Casper F. Pruyn, or R. Dunbar, Jr. Manuscript, 13 pieces, various sizes. (SC9838: Item 162-173)
2 24 Bond of indemnification Patrick McKell, farmer, of Duanesburgh to John Tayler. n.p. September 8, 1792. D.S., 2(4)p. (32.5 x 20.75 cm.) (SC9838: Item 174)
2 24 Bond of indemnification of John Moss, Esq., of Washington [County?], to John Tayler. n.p. , August 14, 1792. D.S., 2(4)p. 31 x 18.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 175)
2 24 Bond of Jacob C. Cuyler, gentleman, of Albany, to John Tayler. N,p., February 15, 1793. D.S., 1p. (30.25 x 20.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 176)
2 24 Bond of Isaac Young and Rufus Price, of Milton, Saratoga County, to John Tayler. [Albany, N.Y.?], January 19, 1793. Verso: Manuscript receipts dated 1794-1801. D.S. (printed form filled in), 2p. (33 x 19.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 177)
2 24 Bond of Peter Slingerland[s] to John Tayler. n.p. , August 11, 1794. D.S., 1(4), (23.5 x 19 cm.) (SC9838: Item 178))
2 24 Bond and receipt of Jonathan Whapels [Whapples], of Springfield, Herkimer County, to John Tayler. n.p. , June 15, 1795. D.S., 2p. (31.75 x 19.75 cm.) (SC9838: Item 179)
2 24 Copy of bond of Caleb Putnam, of Schenectady, to John Tayler. n.p. , December 17, 1795. Manuscript, 2(4)p. (32.5 x 19 cm.) (SC9838: Item 180)
2 24 Bond of William Sprager and Joshua Starr, both of Cooper's Town, Otsego County. n.p. , May 5, 1796. D.S., 1p. (32.5 x 10.25 cm.) (SC9838: Item 181)
2 24 James Hildreth. Re: the “real estate of Charles Wilson.” n.p. , November 27, 1798. D.S., 1p. (23.5 x 20 cm.) (SC9838: Item 182)
2 24 Bond and receipt of John Tayler to Constant Freeman, Esq., n.p. , March 5, 1803. D.S. (printed form filled in), 2p. (32.5 x 20.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 183)
2 24 Bond and receipts of John Tayler to John Sanders, Esquire, of Schenectady. n.p. , January 7, 1809. Receipts dated 1809 and 1810. D.S. (printed form filled in), 2p. (32.25 x 20 cm.) (SC9838: Item 184)
2 24 Copy of a bond of John Tayler to Frederick Angleman, part payment of Tayler's farm bought of Adam Vrooman, etc. n.p. , April 17, 1811. D.S. (printed form filled in), 1p. (34 x 20.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 185)
2 24 Bond and receipt of Solomon Southwick to John Tayler. n.p. , December 2, 1813. Receipt dated Albany, December 21, 1814. D.S. (printed form filled in), 2p. (31.5 x 20 cm.) (SC9838: Item 186)
2 24 Copy of bond and receipts of John Tayler to Peter Edmund Elmendorf, Peter Douw Beekman and Gerrit Lansing, Jr., executors of Jermiah V. Rensseler, deceased. n.p. , October 6, 1815. D.S. (printed form filled in), 2p. (33 x 20 cm.) With receipts dated 1817-1820. Attached: Memorandum signed by Beekman and Elmendorf. (32.5 x 20 cm.) (SC9838: Item 187)
2 24 Same as Item 187. (SC9838: Item 188)
2 24 John Tayler. Copy of bond and receipts with the mayor, alderman and commonalty of the City of Albany. [Albany], September 2, 1817. D.S. (printed form filled in), 2p. (43.25 x 26.25 cm.) (SC9838: Item 189)
2 24 John Tayler. Copy of bond and receipts with the mayor, alderman and commonalty of the City of Albany. [Albany], July 7, 1817. D.S. (printed form filled in), 2p. (43.25 x 26.25 cm.) (SC9838: Item 190)
2 24 Bond of Eber Finch and Jacob Finch of Schoharie County with John Tayler in penalty of $500 in case of trespass on lands of John Tayler. n.p. , August 31, 1824. D.S., 1p. (31.5 x 19.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 191)
2 24 Bond of Reuben Schuyler, physician, to John Cuerdon, surgeon. [Albany?], July 26, 1785. With testament signed by Cuerdon, dated November 23, 1785. D.S. 3(4)p. 31.5 x 19.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 197)
2 24 Assignment of Andrew W. McFarlan, of Schenectady, merchant, to John Tayler, of Albany, merchant, and John Cuyler, of the Manor of Rensselaerwyck, gentleman. D.S., 1(4)p. (32 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 198)
2 24 Release by Jacob Cuyler to John Tayler from the payment of a bond. [Albany?], August 18, 1788. D.S., 1(4)p. (23.5 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 203)
2 24 Stephen Lusk. Memorandum, August 23, 1794. Manuscript, 1p. (32.5 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 204)
2 24 Bonds to Christian Bork [?] and Cornelius Vrooman, Jr. n.p. , January 12, 1811. Manuscript, 1p. (24.5 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 205)
2 24 [Three items taped together]: Notes signed by Jehiel H. Halsey and John McMath re: request of Halsey's father, Silas Halsey, for information on bond between John P. Alberston and Jonathan Corvin. Items dated Albany, May 25, 1809-June 13, 1811. Note on verso: Delivered to Silas Halsey … October 18, 1818. D.S., 2p. (25 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 206)
2 24 Re: Promise by Josiah Hager to pay Samuel S. Sush money owed. Albany, November 28, 1816. Manuscript on back of printed protest form dated May 31, 1817. 2p. (32.5 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 445)
2 24 Bond from William Ryan of Caughnawaga to David Van Ness of Dutchess County, June 10, 1791. Witnesses: Catherine Van Ness, Samuel Elmendorph. Manuscript, 1p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 490)
2 24 Bond of arbitration from Nicholas W. van Loon, Leonard Witbeck, Rebecca Witbeck, Matthias van Loon, Hannah Bogardus and Elizabeth Bogardus to Jacob La Grange and Jacob van Lone, November 23, 1791. D.S., 2p. (19 x 30.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 491)
2 24 Bonds of arbitration from Jacob La Grange and Jacob van Lone to Nicholas W. van Loon, Leonard Witbeck, Rebecca Witbeck, Matthias van Loon, Hannah Bogardus and Elizabeth Bogardus, November 23, 1791. D.S., 2p. (19 x 30.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 492)
2 24 Jacob LaGrange. Memorandum with regard to property, November 25, 1799. Manuscript, 1(4)p. (17.75 x 30.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 493)
2 24 Bond to George McLean from John and Patrick Cassidy. Albany, February 19, 1808. D.S. (printed form), 1p. (30.5 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 494)
2 24 Letter from Governor George Clinton to John Tayler with regard to the affairs of John Smith. Caspar Hill, July 25, 1804. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (25.5 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 495)
2 24 John McCarthy. Bond with John Lansing, Junior. Albany, November 25, 1809. Asks money be remitted to John E. Caldwell, No. 34 Greenwich Street, New York. A.N.S., 1p. (33.25 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 497)
2 24 Harm (?) Wendell. Note to John V. Henry respecting property. Albany, September 24, 1827. A.N.S., 1p. (20.25 x 16.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 501)
2 24 I.B. Nott Account with John Baird, manager, Shotts Iron Works, 1832. Manuscript, 2p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 523)
2 24 Jonathan Filer. Receipt to Amos Thurston, January 24, 1789. Manuscript, 1p. (20.25 x 8.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 525)
2 24 William Schencks. Note with Peter Whitman. n.p. , 1809-1811. Manuscript, 1p. (19.75 x 33 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 526)
2 24 John Mower and Peter Mower. Bond to N. Platt. n.p. , 1800-1813. Manuscript, 2p. (33 x 19.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 527)
2 24 John Carrell. Bonds due 1801. Endorsement: Isaac Youngs, Rufus Price. Manuscript, 1p. (20 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 529)
2 24 Bond, 1799-1802. n.p. Names on item: A. Blanchard, D. Ross, R. Heins. Manuscript, 2p. (23 x 15 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 531)
2 24 Philo Hopson. Bond to Jacob Wright, n.p. , June 2, 1794. Manuscript, 1p. (19.5 x 8 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 533)
2 24 Account of [David Van?] Ness with Daniel Ross and Roger Hiern. Manuscript, 1p. (23 x 27 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 535)
2 24 Account. 1798-1801. Fragment. n.p. Manuscript, 2p. (ca. 34 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 538)
2 24 Amos Thurstin. Bond and lawyers fees. n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 1p. (ca. 15 x 12 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 545)
Receipts
2 25 Receipt for money paid by William Attwood (Atwood?) to John Tayler. Albany, August 29, 1816. A.L.S., 1p. (ca. 5.5 x 19.75 cm.) (2755)
2 25 Receipt for money paid by William Atwood by Stephen Judd for John Tayler. Albany, August 17, 1818. A.L.S., 1p. (8.75 x 14 cm.) (2756)
2 25 Receipt for money received from Miles Carrington on account for Augustus Judd. Albany, February 25, 1804. Manuscript, 1p. (8.25 x 21 cm.) (2787)
2 25 Receipt for money received from Miles Carrington on account for Augustus Judd. Albany, February 21, 1804. Manuscript, 1p. (7.25 x 21 cm.) (2788)
2 25 Note and receipt of money owed to Henry Clark by John Tayler. Albany, August 10, 1810. A.L.S. , 2p. (17 x 20 cm.) (2793)
2 25 Receipt for money received by John Tayler from Augustus Judd. Albany, April 13, 1802. A.L.S. , 1p. (8 x 20.5 cm.) (2909)
2 25 Receipt for money by John Tayler from Stephen Judd for Augustus Judd on the account of Lot. No. 69 in Jefferson. Albany, August 10, 1805. A.L.S. , 1p. (9.75 x 20 cm.) (2910)
2 25 Receipt for money received from Stephen Judd. Albany, March 14, 1803. A.L.S. , 1p. (8 x 20.75 cm.) (2913)
2 25 Perry, George W. Receipt for money owed by John Tailor [sic]; received from Micajah M. Cole. Rome, May 14, 1817. A.L.S. , 1p. (7 x 20 cm.) (3021)
Two receipts re: property tax for land in the Town of Jefferson, dated February 24, 1803 and March 18, 1804. Stephen Judd paid the tax for John Tayler; signed by the Town of Jefferson tax collectors. A.L.S. , 1p. (each) (ca. 8 x 20.5 cm.; 9.25 x 19 cm.) (7521)
2 25 Two receipts
  1. Receipt for payment by Jonas Smith to John Tayler. Albany, March 6, 1806. L.S., 1p. (7.5 x 19 cm.) (8380)
  2. Receipt for payment by John Tayler to Matthew Henry Webster for “rebuilding the Mohawk Bridge.” Endorsement says: Alexander's Bridge. Albany, October 13, 1826. L.S., 1p. (6.75 x 20 cm.) (8380)
2 25 Receipt. n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 1p. (5.5 x 16 cm.) (SC9838: Item 103)
2 25 Receipt for money received by Diruk [?] Hinn from Andrew Lee. Albany, November 10, 1783. D.S., 1p. (11 x 30 cm.) (SC9838: Item 106)
2 25 Thomas Whitbeck. Receipt of funds from Lieut. Andrew Lee on a note given by William Berry and William Berry, Junior, to Isaac Marsh and assigned by him to Robert Gandon. Albany, September 6, 1783. D.S., 1p. (11.75 x 22.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 107)
2 25 Receipt of funds by Samuel Kirkland from John Tayler “for my services as interpreter in paying to the Oneida, Onondaga & Cayuga nations. Fort Stanwix, June 18, 1789. D.N.S., 1p. (ca. 9 x 20.25 cm.) (SC9838: Item 110)
2 25 Receipt of funds by Peter Ryckman from John Tayler “to defray my expence to Fort Schuyler.” Albany, May 27, 1789. D.N.S., 1p. (5.5 x 8.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 111)
2 25 Christian Beeckman. Account and receipt from Peter Rickman [Ryckman?]. March 3, 1789. D.S., 1p. (ca. 10 x 19.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 112)
2 25 Bond (Albany, December 21, 1789) and receipt of Lieut. Andrew Lee. Bond executed by Ephraim Vrooman of Schoharie. Albany, May 21, 1790. D.S., 1p. (31 x 19.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 113)
2 25 Abel French. Received of Isaac Youngs on two notes, one against Enos Moris and one against Thomas Trent. Ballston, November 5, 1791. A.N.S., 1p. (9 x 20 cm.) (SC9838: Item 117)
2 25 Abel French. Received of Isaac Youngs by the hand of Eliphalet Fillmore on account of note for John Tayler. Ballston, January 19, 1792. A.N.S., 1p. (ca. 7 x 19 cm.) (SC9838: Item 120)
2 25 Abel French. Received of Silas Brown on a note of Isaac Youngs on his bond for John Tayler. Ballston, September 19, 1791. A.N.S., 1p. (9.5 x 18.5 cm.). (SC9838: Item 122)
2 25 Abel French. Received of Isaac Youngs on a note for John Tayler. Ballston, October 11, 1791. Josiah Hewits also mentioned in note. A.N.S., 1p. (8 x 20 cm.) (SC9838: Item 123)
2 25 Receipt of funds from Christian Miller for John Tayler in favour of Russel Chamberlain [Chamberlin?]. Albany, February 2, 1791. A.N.S., 1p. (7.75 x 8.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 124)
2 25 Abel French. Received of Isaac Youngs on a note of Russell Chamberlin on his bond for John Tayler. Ballston, September 15, 1791. A.N.S., 1p. (6 x 20.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 126)
2 25 Abel French. Received of Isaac Youngs on a note “in part pay of a judgment against Allen Munro. Ballston, October 11, 1791. A.N.S., 1p. (8 x 20.75 cm.) (SC9838: Item 127)
2 25 Abel French. Received of Isaac Youngs on account of note for John Tayler. Ballston, January 19, 1792. A.N.S., 1p. (8.5 x 18.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 130)
2 25 Isaac [Illegible]. Received of Isaac Youngs on account for John Tayler, Milton, June 13, 1792. A.N.S., 1p. (ca. 7.75 x 19.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 131)
2 25 Isaac Youngs. Certification that Youngs paid to John Tayler a sum of money “for a judgment obtained before me against Lewis Caringeron [?]. Milton, March 25, 1793. A.N.S., 1p. (8.25 x 19.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 132)
2 25 Multiple receipts dated 1791-1793. Names mentioned: John Tayler, Eliphalet Fillmore, Isaac Youngs, Abel French, Lewis Carringeron, William Norton, Ebenezer Voss, Seth Sweetland, Myndert Van Severen, John Lewis, Joel Washburn, John Hewit, Gideon Goodrich, Samuel Cunningham, John Barber. Manuscript, 2p. (30.25 x 18.25 cm.) (SC9838: Item 134)
2 25 Timothy Shelden. Received of John Hoffnagel a sum of money for county tax on John Tayler & Company. Wellsborough, January 26, 1796. Endorsement: Received, Albany 13, 1796 of John Tayler … amount of tax levied on his land in Wellsborough for the year 1795. A.N.S., 1p. (8 x 21 cm.) (SC9838: Item 136)
2 25 Received by John Taylor from Joseph Snell by Coonradt Riker a sum on the account of John and Peter Mower's [?] bond. Albany, April 13, 1801. A.N.S., 1p. (8 x 20.25 cm.) (SC9838: Item 140)
2 25 John Tayler received of Joseph Snell by Coonradt Zimmerman a sum as partial payment of John and Peter Mower's bond to N. Platt. n.p. , July 19, 1804. A.N.S., 1p. (5.5 x 18 cm.) (SC9838: Item 142)
2 25 John Tayler received of Joseph Snell by John Snell a sum in partial payment of John and Peter Mower's bond to N. Platt. n.p. , July 19, 1804. A.N.S., 1p. (8.5 x 17.75 cm.) (SC9838: Item 143)
2 25 John Tayler received of Joseph Snell by Jacob Snell a sum on the account of John and Peter Mower's bond to Nathaniel. Platt. n.p. , June 13, 1806. A.N.S., 1p. (9 x 19.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 144)
2 25 John Tayler received of Joseph Snell a sum on account of John and P[eter] Mower's bond to N. Platt. Albany, January 29, 1806. A.N.S., 1p. (6.5 x 18.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 145)
2 25 Timothy Dewey. Received of Samuel Haupt a sum sent by Joseph Snell to John Tayler as a payment on lands. Albany, June 31, 1810. A.N.S., 1p. (9.5 x 19 cm.) (SC9838: Item 149)
2 25 J. Bogart Chamberlain. Receipt. Albany, January 2, 1817. D.S., 1p. (10.75 x 20 cm.) (SC9838: Item 157)
2 25 R. Dunbar, Jun. (for Stephen Van Rensselaer). Receipt to rent paid by John Tayler on the farm leased to John Truax and the farm leased to Jacob Truax. n.p. , July 9, 1818. N.S., 2p. (20.25 x 19.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 159)
2 25 Robert Dunbar, Jun. (for Stephen Van Rensselaer). Receipt to rent (for rent till the first day of January last) paid by John Tayler on the farms leased to John Truax and Jacob Truax. n.p. , August 14, 1819. N.S., 1p. (24.5 x 20.25 cm.) (SC9838: Item 160)
2 25 Robert Dunbar, Jun. (for Stephen Van Rensselaer). Receipt to rent (for rent till the first day of January last) paid by John Tayler on the farms leased to John Truax and Jacob Truax. n.p. , October 23, 1820. N.S., 1p. (24.5 x 20.25 cm.) (SC9838: Item 161)
2 25 A[bel?] F[rench?]. Received of James Foot on accountof a note. A.N.S., 1p. (ca. 9 x 19 cm.) (SC9838: Item 540)
2 26 See box 6 v. 3
2 27 See box 7 v. 4
2 28 See box 7 v. 5
2 29 Stock certificate for 20 shares of the Mohawk Bridge and Ballston Turnpike Company. Ballston Spa, December 29, 1809. Manuscript (printed form filled in), 1p. (13 x 19 cm.) (7902)
2 29 Stock certificate for 18 shares of the Albany and Schenectady Turnpike Company. [Albany?], September 11, 1807. Manuscript (printed form filled in), 1p. (15.25 x 21.75 cm.) (7903)
2 29 Stock certificate for 10 shares of the Second Company of the Great Western Turnpike Road. Cooperstown, May 7, 1802. Manuscript (printed form filled in), 1p. (12.5 x 17 cm.) (7904)
2 30 Tax receipts, ca. 1799-1809, for properties in Broome, Cayuga, Chenango, Clinton, Cortland, Delaware, Essex, Greene, Herkimer, Madison, Montgomery, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, Otsego, Schoharie, Seneca, Steuben, Tompkins, and Warren counties. (7520)
2 31 Tax receipts, 1810-1819 (7520 continued.)
2 32 Tax receipts, 1819-1829 (7520 continued.)
2 33 Advertisement for sale of land, Lot 4, Bryant Patent, Duanesburgh, Schenectady County, by John G. Voght. Ad states the “land is well timbered … within 17 miles of Albany within sight of the G[reat] W[estern] Turnpike.” n.d. (2730)
Land Records
3 34 Landtitles: Lot(s) on Jouncker Street (now Broad or State Street) on Rutten Creek, Albany, New York, Johannis Schuyler to Jacob Staats; Johannis S. Bleecker to M. Van Ness and Johannis Glen; Reijor Schermerhorn to Johannis Lansing; and Johannis Lansing to Jacob Roseboom
3 34 Johannes Schuyler. Transport to Jacob Staats, surgeon. February 10, 1698/99. D.S., 1p. (30.5 x 39.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 38)
3 34 Sale of a house and plot of land to Johannis Sanders Glenn and Maritie Van Ness. Albany, August 8, 1702. Witnesses: Johannis Bleecker, mayor, and Johannis Schuyler, alderman. D.S., 1p. (36.5 x 46.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 40)
3 34 Transport to Johannis Sanders Glenn and Maritie Van Ness by the city of Albany. Witness: Johannis Schuyler, alderman. August 8, 1702. D.S., 1p. (37 x 47 cm.) (SC9838: Item 41)
3 34 Ryer Schermerhorn.Conveyance to Johannis Lansing, October 29, 1705. Manuscript, 1p. (30.5 x 43.25 cm.) (SC9838: Item 42)
3 34 Conveyance of Johannes Lansengh [Lansingh] to Jacob Roseboom, March 11, 1718/19. D.S., 1p. (42 x 31.75 cm.) (SC9838: Item 43)
3 35 Landtitles of lot on Rutten Kill, Albany, N.Y., Henry Van Rensselaer to Deacons of Netherland Reformed Church; and Jacob Janse Van Noorstrant to Jan Lansing and Everet Wendell Jr., Deacons of the Netherland Reform Church
3 35 Transport of Jacob Janse Van Noorstrant to the First Reformed Church (Dutch Church) of land in Albany; conveyed to deacons Jan Lansingh and Evert Wendell. Albany, March 15, 1688/9. Conveyed to Deacons Jan Lansingh and Evert Wendell. D.S., 2 pieces (33 x 42 cm.) (SC9838: Item 36)
3 35 Transport to Bennony van Corlaer by the Dutch Reformed Church (First Reformed Church). Albany, December 27, 1697. Signed by Hendrick van Rensselaer and Wessel Ten Broeck, deacons. Witnesses: Johannis Cuyler and Evert Bancker. D.S., 1p. (48.25 x 35.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 37)
3 35 Transport to Bennony Van Corlaer by the Dutch Reformed Church (First Reformed Church). Albany, September 4, 1700. Witnesses: Peter Schuyler and David Schuyler. D.S., 1 p. (35.5 x 48.25 cm.) (SC9838: Item 39)
3 36 Resolution relative to Lot 34, Albany, N.Y., claim by the Second Reformed Dutch Church that John Tayler owes rent, August 7, 1827. Signed by C. Miller, clerk. “Copy from the minutes.” D.S., 1(4)p. (17.75 x 28 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 508)
3 37 Articles of agreement between Jacob Roseboom [Roosebom] and Joseph Jates [Yates?] Jr. both of Albany, May 2, 1730. Witnesses: Stevanis Groesbeck and Nicolaes Bleecker. D.S., 1p. (37 x 30.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 44)
3 38 Landtitles for Lots 3-6, King Street, later Lion Street (now Washington Avenue), James Furnival to John Lansing Jr. and Abraham G. Lansing; and Lot 3 Abraham G. Lansing to George Bletcher
3 38 Deed: City of Albany to James Furnival, innholder, and Mary, his wife, August 8, 1778. (14781, Item 49)
3 38 Release, James Furnival to John Lansing, Jr., December 1, 1779. Manuscript, 3(4)p. (30.5 x 19 cm.) (SC9838: Item 50)
3 38 Lease from James Furnival and Mary Furnival to John Lansing, Jr., and Abraham G. Lansing, December 2, 1779. Manuscript, 3(6)p. (28 x 39.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 51)
3 38 George Bletcher. Release to John Taylor, August 31, 1798. D.S., 2(4)p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (SC9838: Item 483)
3 38 Agreement of George Bletcher with A.G. Lansing, concerning property. Albany, August 31, 1798. D.S., 2p. (33 x 20.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 504)
3 38 Abraham Lansing. Memorandum of assignment to John Tayler. Albany, December 15, 1798. D.S., 1p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (SC9838: Item 518)
3 39 Landtitles, Lots 3-7, Lion Street (now Washington Avenue), Albany, N.Y., Abraham Lansing to John Tayler; and John Lansing Jr. to John Tayler
3 39 Deed to John Taylor by Abraham Lansing and Susanna Lansing of land in Albany on Lion Street near the powder-house. Albany, December 13, 1798. D.S. (printed form filled in), 1p. (40.75 x 48.35 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 484)
3 39 Release to Abraham G. Lansing by John and Cornelia Lansing of land in Albany on Lion Street near the powder house. Albany, March 12, 1793. D.S. (printed form filled in), 1p. (33 x 45.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 485)
3 40 Annatie Hewson. Release to Jacob R. Ten Eyck of Lot Number 5 “on the Hill” in Albany bordered by King, Warren and Prince streets and Lot Number 4. August 3, 1796. D.S. (printed form filled in), 1p. (32 x 39 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 414)
3 40 Deed of Daniel I. Hewson, Margaret Hewson and Casparus Hewson to John Tayler for 1 acre of land on the Hill. October 17, 1800. Verso: Memorandum that the names of the within mentioned streets have been altered since the description within contained was originally formed. D.S. (printed form filled in), 1p. (38 x 48.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 415)
3 40 Annatie Hewson. Release to Jacob R. Ten Eyck of Lot Number 5 “on the Hill” in Albany bordered by King, Warren and Prince streets and Lot Number 4. August 4, 1796. Recorded February 4, 1799. D.S., 2 pieces (each 29 x 40 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 416)
3 40 Account and receipt re: suit of William I. Prentiss vs. Casparus Hewson and John Lackey. Receipt, signed by Myndert Van Schaick on behalf of Abraham Van Vechten, is dated Albany, November 10, 1800. D.S., 1p. (ca. 20.5 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 417)
3 40 H.P. Schuyler. Receipt for funds received in conjunction with the case of William I. Prentiss vs. Casparus Hewson and John Lackey. Schuyler signed as the sheriff. Albany, October 18, 1800. D.S., 1p. (16.75 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 418)
3 40 John Tayler. Bond to Annatie Hewson, widow of John Hewson, cordwainer. [Albany?], August 4, 1796. Witnesses: Charles D. Cooper and Dirck Ten Broeck. D.S., 3(4)p. (32 x 19.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 419)
3 40 Copy of Item 419. Manuscript, 3(4)p. (32.75 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 420)
3 40 Daniel I. Hewson. Promissory note to John Tayler. Albany, February 22, 1799. D.S., 1p. (5.5 x 16.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 421)
3 40 Daniel I. Hewson. Promissory note to John Tayler. Albany, February 22, 1799. Witness: Charles D. Cooper. D.S., 1p. (12.5 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 422)
3 40 Daniel I. Hewson. Receipt for money received from John Tayler. n.p. , October 30, 1800. D.S., 1p. (ca. 14 x 15 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 423)
3 40 Ab. Van Vechten. Directs money due from Hewson to be given to Bromley. Albany, November 8, 1800. D.S., 1p. (14 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 424)
3 40 Annatie Hewson. Re: suit of William I. Prentiss vs. Casparus Hewson and John Lackey. Notes that Casparus and Daniel I. Hewson are her sons. Albany, October 20, 1800. D.S., 1p. (16.5 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 425)
3 40 Daniel Hewson and Margeat Hewson. Re: money for Mrs [Annatie?] Hewson. n.p. , November 4, 1800. D.S., 1p. (10 x 17.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 426)
3 40 Account and receipt between Anna [tie] Hewson, Casparus Hewson and John Tayler. n.p. October 10, 1800. D.S., 1p. (10.25 x 16.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 427)
3 40 Receipt for money from John Tayler due Anna Hewson for one acre of land lying on the Hill. Witnesses: Margret [sic] Hewson and John Lackey. Albany, October 28, 1800. D.S., 1p. (24.5 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 428)
3 40 Account of Lot No. 5 on the Hill bought of Annatie Hewson and her sons Casparus and Daniel I. Hewson. [Albany?], October-November 11, 1800. D.S., 1p. (33.5 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 429)
3 40 Daniel Hewson. Account, n.p. , August 4, 1796. Manuscript, 1p. (20.5 x 16.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 430)
3 40 Account re: suit of William I. Prentiss vs. Casparus Hewson and John Lackey. n.p. , October 17, 1800. Manuscript, 1p. (16 x 19.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 431)
3 41 Deed related to a lot in Albany, N.Y., bordered on the north by Lot 6 belonging to Peter W. Yates, Anthony Hallenbeck (Hallenbake), and his wife, Cornelia, to John Tayler, November 11, 1790 (From 14821: Item 11)
3 42 Land title, Lot 8, King Street, later Lion Street (now Washington Avenue), John Zielman to John Tayler; and John Zielman
3 42 John Zielman. Mortgage to John Lansing, Jr., of land in Albany. March 3, 1790. D.S., 3 sheets (each 37 x 25.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 56)
3 42 Deed to John Tayler by John and Dorothy Zielman of land in Albany. Albany, November 14, 1794. D.S., 1p. (45.75 x 37 cm.) (SC9838: Item 80)
3 42 Cornelius Glen. Deed to John Zeilman [Zielman]. [Albany?], September 9, 1788. Endorsement says it was recorded October 1, 1809. D.S., 2 pieces (36.5 x 32.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 432)
3 42 Johan Zielman. Lease with John Lansing, Jun. [Albany?], March 2, 1790. D.S., 3(4)p. (30.25 x 19.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 433)
3 42 Bond of Johan Zielman, of Albany, hatter, to Peter Vrooman, of Johnstown, Montgomery County, yeoman. n.p. , November 25, 1794. D.S., 2p. (32 x 19.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 434)
3 42 Receipts for debt due John Tayler by John Zielman, Albany, 1803-1807. A.N.S., 1p. (24 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 435)
3 42 John Zielman. Re: bond dated September 8, 1796. n.p. , February 4, 1807. Manuscript, 1p. (28.5 x 18 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 436)
3 42 Account re: judgment on John Zielman's estate, September 8, 1796-October 10, 1811. n.p. Manuscript, 2(4)p. (28.5 x 18.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 437)
3 42 Receipt in judgment in Peter Vrooman vs. John Zeilman [Zielman?], n.p. , September 8, 1796. D.S. 1(4)p. (32.5 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 438)
3 42 John Lansing, Jun. Re: mortgage with John Zielman. [Albany?], November 13, 1794. Also on the document is a certification signed by Leonard Gansevoort. D.S., 1p. (34 x 21.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 440)
3 43 Release, December 8, 1781, Lot 9, King Street, near Powderhouse [later Lion Street (now Washington Avenue)], Albany, N.Y., Thomas Shipboy to John Tayler; and John Robison to John Tayler. D.S., 2(4)p. (39.5 x 57.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 486)
3 43 Lease between the City of Albany and Thomas Shipboy, merchant of Albany, August 8, 1778. (14781, Item 48)
3 43 John Robinson. Release to John Tayler of land on King St. near the powder-house, May 6, 1796. Manuscript, 2(4)p. (28 x 38 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 487)
3 44 Peter W. Yates. Release to James Caldwell and James Lowrey, merchants of Albany. [Albany?], lot in the first ward bounded on the south by a lot of Jilles De Garmo … west by a lot of Patrick Clark and Jacobus Van Sant, December 14, 1782. D.S., 1p. (41.5 x 34 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 367)
3 44 Peter W. Yates. Lease to James Caldwell and James Lowry, merchants of Albany. [Albany?], December 13, 1782. Witnesses: Jacob G. Fonda and Brockholst Livingston. D.S., 1p. (41 x 33.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 368)
3 44 Deed of James Lowrey, of Johnstown, Montgomery County, to James Caldwell, of Albany, merchant. [Albany?], March 22, 1793. D.S. (printed form filled in), 1p. (38.5 x 47 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 369)
3 44 Deed of James Caldwell, of Albany, merchant, and his wife, Elizabeth Caldwell, to John Tayler, Albany, April 5, 1793. D.S., 1p. (37.5 x 46 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 370)
3 45 Landtitles, Lot 3 on Gallows Hill, Albany, N.Y., Cortlandt Schuyler to Benjamin Hilton; William B. Hilton to John Tayler; and Robert R. Henry to John Tayler,
3 45 Copy of a letter to the Mayor, Aldermen and Commonality of the City of Albany; unsigned. Albany, April 9, 1791. Manuscript, 1p. (31 x 18.5 cm.) (2736)
3 45 Schuyler, Cortland. Deed to Benjamin Hilton, November 3, 1766. Manuscript, 2(4)p. (37 x 30.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 47)
3 45 Release of land in the city of Albany from William B. Hilton to John Tayler, April 11, 1798. D.S., 1p. (51 x 40.75 cm.) (SC9838: Item 85)
3 45 Release from Robert R. Henry and Isabella Henry to John Tayler for land in Albany, January 8, 1801. D.S., 1p. (51 x 40.75 cm.) (SC9838: Item 90)
3 46 Release, Lot in first ward, east side of Green Street, Albany, N.Y., James Dole to John Tayler, April 7, 1797. D.S., 1p. (48.25 x 39.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 83)
3 47 Petition of John McMillan, of Albany, merchant, re: property originally located in the first ward but now in the fourth ward of the City of Albany, “bounded on the south by Hudson Street, on the west by a lot of ground now … belonging to John McDole, on the north by a lot of ground now … belonging to Barent Ten Eyck, and on the east by Court Street;” mention is made of Maria Vedder, wife of Albert Vedder; Elbert Willett as trustee of Mary Van Schaick; Eliza M. Howell, Caroline Howell, Jacob H. Howell, Lewis D. Howell, Jane Howell, infant children of Silas W. Howell, deceased; Nathan Ford; Hannah Howell, widow of Silas. Albany, April 16, 1807. D.S., 3(4)p. (32 x 20 cm.) (2959)
3 48 Agreement of John Van Emburgh and Annatie Van Emburgh with John Tayler re: a quit claim deed of a house and lot released by Abraham Slingerlandt and others. [Albany?], May 4, 1799. D.S., 3(4)p. (24 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 194)
3 48 Release: Isaac Kip, Annatie Wendell, Cathelina Krieg, Teunis Slingerland, and Gertrude Veeder and the heirs of Philip Deforeest, May 24, 1745. Manuscript, 2(4)p. (38 x 33 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 46)
3 48 Release to John Tayler by Abraham Slingerlandt and others of land in Albany. Albany, August 11, 1794. D.S., 5(8)p. (38 x 26.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 81)
3 48 Agreement of John Van Emburgh and Annatije, his wife, with John Tayler re: a quit claim deed of a house and lot released by Abraham Slingerlandt and others [Albany?],. May 4, 1799. D.S., 3(4)p. (19.75 x 33 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 86)
3 49 Lease of a lot on hill near Powder Magazine, Albany, N.Y., between Abraham Lansing to George Truax, May 23, 1794. Manuscript, 3(4)p. (30.5 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 517)
3 50 Bond between John Tayler, of Albany, and David Armor, of Watervliet, of Lot 5 near north bounds of Albany, “lying on the hill near and south of the dwelling house of Abraham Ten Broeck, Esquire, bounded on the west by a lot of Sanders Lansing, Esquire, on the north by Lot Number One and on the south by a street and on the east by Lot Number Six.” [Albany?], September 26, 1803. D.S., 2(4)p. (29 x 21 cm.) (2753)
3 51 Landtitles, Lot 12 in northern Albany, N.Y., north side of Foxes Creek, John Law to John Tayler and John Tayler to John Law
3 51 Low, John. Deed from John Low of Washington County to John Tayler of Albany for land in Albany County. December 13, 1785. D.S. (printed form filled in), 1p. (35 x 22.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 74)
3 51 Memorandum of agreement between John Tayler, of Albany, merchant, and John Low, of White Creek, farmer. n.p. , March 2, 1785. D.S., 2(4)p. (31 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 447)
3 52 Landtitles, Lot 11, Colonie, Watervliet, Albany County, N.Y., John R. Bleecker and Abraham Yates Jr. to Thomas Low; Thomas Low to John Tayler; and Ephraim House to John Tayler
3 52 Deed for Lot No. 11 in Colonie from Abraham Yates, Jr., to Thomas Low of land in Albany County. August 29, 1794. D.S., 2 pieces (37 x 28 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 59)
3 52 Articles of agreement re: land from John R. Bleecker and Abraham Yates, Jr., of Albany to Thomas Low of Colonie, April 1, 1788. D.S., 3(4)p. (30.5 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 75)
3 52 Deed for a house and lot in Water Vliet (Colonie) from Thomas Low and Charity, his wife, to John Tayler, [_____] 22, 1800. Endorsement: Recorded September 1, 1809. D.S. (printed form filled in), 1p. (48.25 x 38 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 87)
3 52 Deed to John Tayler by Ephraim House and Indy, his wife, for land in (Water Vliet) Colonie. January 22, 1800. D.S., 1p. (38.5 x 48 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 88)
3 53 Deed to Cornelius Vrooman, Jr., and Christian Borst by Peter P. Vrooman and Gatie, his wife, of Guilderland, for land in Guilderland. April 3, 1809. D.S., 2 pieces (38 x 30.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 70)
3 53 Copy of deed to Abraham Wemple by Stephen Van Rensselaer, Abraham Ten Broeck and Elisabeth, his wife, of land in Albany County. October 16, 1765. Witnesses: Jellis Winne and Stephen Goresbeck. D.S., 4p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 73)
3 53 Deed to Adam A. Vrooman by Antie (Ante) Wemple, John A. Wemple and Nancy, his wife, of land in Watervliet. Watervliet, N.Y., June 10, 1801. D.S., 2 pieces (29 x 39 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 89)
3 53 Deed from Abraham Ten Broeck and Elizabeth Ten Broeck to Adam A. Vrooman of land in Elizabeth Field (at the Normans Kill), June 23, 1806. D.S., 1p. (40.75 x 51 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 93)
3 53 Deed from Nicholas A. Sixbey to Adam A. Vrooman by Nicholas A. Sixbey and Engilcah (Angelica), his wife, for land in Guilderland. January 16, 1807. D.S., 2(4)p. (25.5 x 38 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 94)
3 53 Deed to Cornelius Vrooman, Jr., by Adam A. Vrooman and Susannah, his wife, for land in Guilderland. August 24, 1809. Two manuscript maps attached. D.S., 3pieces, (26.75 x 40.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 95a)
3 53 Deed from Cornelius Vrooman, Jr., and Magdalena, his wife, of Coeymans, to John Tayler, of Albany, for land in Guilderland. January 4, 1811. D.S. (printed form filled in), 1p. (38 x 48.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 96)
3 53 Deed from Cornelius Vrooman, Jr., and Magdalena, his wife, and of Christian Bork, Jr., and Gertrude, his wife, all of Coeymans, to John Tayler, of Albany, of land in Guilderland. January 12, 1811. Attestation date. D.S., 3(4)p. (45 x 28 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 97)
3 53 Assignment of rent between Adam Vrooman, of Coeymans, and John Tayler. n.p. , May 28, 1808. (From SC9838: Item 199)
3 53 Order and award between David Ogsburgh and Peter Van Patten, of Guilderland, of the first part, and Nicholas A. Sixby and Adam A. Vrooman, of the other part, re: a road to the Great Western Turnpike. n.p. , August 17, 1807. D.S., 2(4)p. (32.5 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 443)
3 53 Land transactions of Cornelius Vrooman with members of the Vrooman family and others. n.p. , January 4, 1811. Manuscript, 2p. (28.75 x 18 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 448)
3 53 Copy of bond between John Tayler and Adam A. Vrooman and Susannah Vrooman. n.p. , January 4, 1811. D.S. (printed form filled in), 1p. (33 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 516)
3 53 Re: Deeds to and from Abraham Wemple, Abraham Ten Broeck and wife, Antije Wemple, John Wemple and Nancy Wemple, Adam A. Vrooman, Nicholas A. Sixby and his wife, Peter Vrooman and Joseph Vrooman. Endorsement: Deed from Stephen Van Rensselaer and Abraham Ten Broeck and wife to Abraham Wemple. Recorded … July 5, 1812[?]. Manuscript., 1(4)p. (33 x 19.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 561)
3 53 Conveyance of land by Adam Vrooman, of Coeymans, to Joseph Vrooman, of Guilderland, part of the farm purchased from Anatije Wemple, John Wemple and Nancy Wemple. n.p. , May 8, 1808. Manuscript, 2p. (33.5 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 562)
3 53 Letter re: Alexander McComb. n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 4p. (32 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 563)
3 53 Extract from the censure of George Ker and Mary, his wife, and Isabella S. Forthingham filed to the bill of complaint of William Armstrong, Archibald Gracie and Martin L. Wilkin, complainants. In Chancery. July 28, 1802. Manuscript, 11(14)p. (33 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 564)
3 53 Letter to Judge [John?] Tayler. October 23, 1809. D.S., 1(4)p. (24 x 18.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 565)
3 53 New York State Bank. Notice to Charles D. Cooper. Albany, January 27, 1818. A.L.S. , 1p. (31 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 566)
3 53 Commissioners of the New York Almshouse. Letter to the Overseers of the Poor of the City of Albany re: a boy named Dolphin Pye, age 10. New York, March 1, 1822. D.S., 1(4)p. (31.5 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 567)
3 54 Contract between John Tayler and Lawrence L. Van Kleeck relative to the Glass house land in the Town of Guilderland. Van Kleeck is “authorized and empowered by the Hamilton Manufacturing Society, “viz. one lot south of turnpike by Batterman's and east of Glass street … also one other lot east of the above to the line of the said company's land … now in possession of John Tayler … running to the Hunger kill commonly called Glass street. n.p. , March 30, 1821. D.S., 2(4)p. (31.5 x 19.5 cm.) (3099)
3 54 Deed from Jacob Truax, of Normanskill, and Elizabeth Truax, to his son, John Truax, December 15, 1769. Manuscript (1(4)p. (45.75 x 37 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 48)
3 54 Release from Jacob Truax and Elisabeth Truax to his son, Andries Truax, December 15, 1769. Endorsement: Received August 22, 1786. D.S., 1p. (45.75 x 35.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 49)
3 54 Deed of Annatie Truax to Jeremiah Van Rensselaer for land in Albany County. July 2, 1802. D.S., 2 pieces (35.5 x 40.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 66)
3 54 Deed from Lawrence L. Van Kleeck, of Guilderland, and Alida, his wife, to Harmanus Wendell for land in Guilderland. August 10, 1809. Manuscript, 3 pieces (28 x 40.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 69)
3 54 Deed by John V. Veeder and Anne, his wife, of Guilderland, to Ebenezer Fitch, of Bethlehem, for land in Guilderland. January 26, 1812. D.S., 1p. (56 x 43.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 71)
3 54 Deed by John Cullings of Guilderland to Elias Veeder for land in Guilderland, August 17, 1814. D.S. (printed form filled in), 1p. (35.5 c 43.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 72)
3 54 Deed from John Van Valkenburgh, Ellen Van Valkenburgh, Joseph Bullock, Thomas Bullock and Matthew Bullock, executors of the will of Peter Veeder, to Joseph Bullock, guardian of Volkert Veeder, John Veeder and Peter Veeder, the infant sons of Peter Veeder, for land in Guilderland, December 28, 1815. D.S., 3(4)p. (43.25 x 28 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 100)
3 54 Deed from John Veeder, Ellen Veeder, Daniel Wilkins, Susanna Wilkins, Andrew Wilkins and Ellen Wilkins to John Tayler for land in Guilderland, July 8, 1828. D.S. (printed form filled in), 1p. (39.5 x 52 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 101)
3 54 Deed from John Batterman and Ann Eliza Batterman, his wife, to John Tayler, of Mill Lot No. 1, in Guilderland, described in deed executed by John Veeder and Ellen, his wife; Daniel Wilkins and Susannah, his wife; and Andrew Wilkins and Ellen, his wife, July 8, 1828. n.p. , September 22, 1828. Recorded in the Albany County clerk's office September 21, 1859. D.S. (printed form filled in), 1p. (42 x 50.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 102)
3 54 Re: Judgment in case of John H. Van Rensselaer and Robert Henry Van Rensselaer against Harmanus [illegible]. n.p. , March 6, 1822. D.S., 2(4)p. (32.25 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 200)
3 54 Bond of Rufus Brown and John J. Evertsen to Joseph Bullock, Mathew Bullock and Ann Veeder, October 18, 1813. With receipts dated 1814-1816. A.D.S. , 2p. (38.5 x 24 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 229)
3 54 Bleecker & Sedgwick [law firm]. Account and receipt for solicitor and counsel fees for a case “in Chancery” re: John Van Valkenburgh and Ellen, his wife, Thomas Bullock, Nathan Bullock, Joseph Bullock, Volkert Veeder, John Veeder, J. Peter Veeder [represented by?] John Taylor. Albany, April 26, 1816. D.S., 1p. (26 x 19.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 230)
3 54 Fisk, J[onathan?]. Receipt for fees in the Supreme Court case of Sanford Clark and Sarah, his wife, vs. John V. Veeder. Newburgh, April 30, 1814. A.N.S., 1p. (25 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 231)
3 54 Receipt signed by Philip G.[?] Parker for his fee in the case “in Chancery” of John Tayler vs. John Van Valkenburgh and Ellen, his wife, & others. A.N.S., 1 p. (16.5 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 232)
3 54 Letter to John Tayler from Jon[athan?] Fisk re: judgment in the case of Sanford Clark and his wife vs. John V. Veeder. Newburgh, April 23, 1814. D.S., 1(4)p. (25 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 233)
3 54 Account re: the purchase of a farm late the property of John V. Veeder, deceased. Signed J.J. Evertsen, Rufus Brown and John Tayler. Albany, November 30, 1813. With note dated November 19, 1814. A.N.S., 1p. (34 x 19.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 234)
3 54 Extract from the deed in the possession of John V. Valkenburgh re: conveyance by Andrew Truax and Catalina, his wife, to Peter Veeder, dated May 31, 1809. Manuscript, 1p. (32 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 235)
3 54 Account re: “in Chancery,” Van Valkenburgh & others. n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 1p. (14 x 20 cm.). See Item 230. (From SC9838: Item 236)
3 54 Account re: balance due on a property. Names on item: Sedwick and P. Parker, Esq. n.p. , April 26, 1816. Manuscript, 1p. (ca. 19.5 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 237)
3 54 Rent statement and receipt on the farm leased by Stephen Van Rensselaer to John and Jacob Truax, 1821-1826. John Tayler's name also on document. Manuscript, 1p. (32 x20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 354)
3 54 Boundaries of the Stephen Van Rensselaer lease for land beginning at the Normans Kill above the house of the land of Andrew and Jacob Truax. n.p. , n.d.Manuscript, 1p. (11 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 355)
3 54 Survey of the land Jacob Truax deeded to his son Andrew Truax. n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 1p. (18.75 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 356)
3 54 Survey (field notes) of 82 acres near the Normans Kill, the James Campbell land, the John Tayler land, and the Lawrence L. Van Kleeck land. At head of survey is Andrew Truax's name. n.p. , May 30, 1815. Manuscript, 2(4)p. (20.25 x 17 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 357)
3 54 Survey (field notes) of 75.9 acres near the houses of John V. Veeder (deceased), H. Wandel, Lawrence L. Van Kleeck, J Campbell, John Tayler. At head of survey is Lawrence L. Van Keeck's name. n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 1(4)p. (20.25 x 17 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 358)
3 54 Extract from the deed from Jacob Truax to John Truax, dated December 15, 1769, part of the Wendell farm. n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 2(4)p. (20.25 x 15.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 359)
3 54 Deduction of the title of the Truax and Van Kleeck farms, 1769-1815. n.p. Manuscript, 1p. (31.5 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 360)
3 54 Copy of the last will and testament of John Truax, of Watervliet, farmer, September 19, 1795. Includes two notes, one dated October 17, 1804, and signed by Abraham G. Lansing, and one dated December 14, 1830. Manuscript, 3(4)p. (32.25 x 19.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 361)
3 54 Receipt for deed for a house and lot in Poughkeepsie, executed August 7, 1802, by George Clinton to Sarah Smith, the wife of John Smith for the a sum of money in behalf of Gertrudt Livingston, the sister and one of the heirs of Sarah Smith (deceased) and Lewis Van Kleeck, the other heir of the land. Witness: Charles D. Cooper. Albany, April 2, 1804. A.N.S., 1p. (18.5 x 18.25 cm.) (SC9838: Item 362)
3 54 G.L. Cooper. Receipt for deed from Andrew Truax to John Tayler for the farm now called the Cameron farm, and also from Geo. [?] Batterman and wife to J[ohn] Tayler. n.p. , November 22, 1841. A.N.S., 1p. (7.5 x 20 cm.) (SC9838: Item 363)
3 54 Charles D. Cooper. Receipt for three deeds from L[ewis] L. Van Vleeck and wife to J[ohn] Tayler and one from Harmanus Wendell and wife to John Tayler. Albany, November 1[?], 1841. A.N.S., 1p. (9 x 17 cm.) (SC9838: Item 364)
3 54 Re: farms of Jacob Truax, John Truax, and Andrew Truax (sold to Batterman). n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 2p. (ca. 13 x 20 cm.) (SC9838: Item 365)
3 54 Unsigned letter re: a judgment on property; reference made to land being held at some point by Wendell. Albany, February 21, 1823. Manuscript, 2p. (24.5 x 20 cm.) (SC9838: Item 366)
3 55 Deed from Rufus Brown, Cornelis Brown and John J. Evertsen to John Tayler of land in Guilderland. November 30, 1813. D.S., 4(8)p. (42 x 47 cm.) (SC9838: Item 98)
3 55 Quitclaim of Peter Veeder and Ellen, his wife, to John V. Veeder, n.p. , June 27, 1810. Recorded September 25, 1815. D.S. (printed form filled in), 2p. (33 x 39.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 220)
3 55 Copy of deed of land of John V. Veeder and Ann, his wife, of Guilderland, to Ebenezer Fitch, of Bethleham[i.e., Bethlehem], January 20, 1812. Endorsement: This lot has since been bot [sic] by J. Tayler. Printed form filled in, 1p. (42 x 52 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 221)
3 55 Mortgage of Rufus Brown and John J. Evertson to Joseph Bullock, Mathew Bullock and Ann Veeder, administrators of the estate of John V. Veeder. n.p. , February 8, 1807. D.S., 7(8)p. (48 x 38 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 222)
3 55 Deed of John V. Veeder and Ann, his wife, of Guilderland, to Rufus Brown and John J. Evertson, [both of] Albany, September 17, 1813. Recorded September 25, 1815. Printed form filled in, 1p. (48.5 x 58 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 223)
3 55 Deed of John V. Veeder and Ann, his wife, of Guilderland, to Rufus Brown and John J. Evertson, [both of] Albany, September 17, 1813. Recorded September 25, 1815. Printed form filled in, 1p. (48.5 x 58 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 224)
3 55 Deed of John V. Veeder and Ann, his wife, of Guilderland, to Rufus Brown and John J. Evertson, [both of] Albany, September 17, 1813. Recorded September 25, 1815. Printed form filled in, 1p. (48.5 x 58 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 225)
3 55 Deed to John Tayler, of Albany, by Elias Veeder and Jane, his wife, of Guilderland, of land in Guilderland, June 11, 1816. D.S. (printed form filled in), 1p. (40.5 x 50.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 226)
3 55 Copy of lease and quit claim of Stephen Van Rensselaer to Volkert Veeder. n.p. , February 7, 1789. Includes note signed by John J. Evertson [sic], October 16, 1813. Manuscript, 2p. (51 x 42.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 227)
3 55 Quit claim of Peter Veeder and Ellen, his wife, to John V. Veeder. Albany, June 27, 1810. Recorded September 25, 1815. D.S. (printed form filled in), 2p. (33 x 39.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 228)
3 55 Map and survey of 10 acres sold to Lawrence L. Van Kleeck by John V. Veeder. Guilderland, April 15, 1811. Surveyed by John Preston. Manuscript, 1p. (31 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 238)
3 55 Deed to George Batterman by James Cameron and Elizabeth, his wife, for land in Guilderland, July 24, 1817. D.S. (printed form filled in), 1p. (51 x 40.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 488)
4 56 Articles of agreement between John Tayler, of Albany, and Jonathan Beecker, of Guilderland re: “farm now occupied by Nathan Bayington[?].” The document spells out what Beecker is to do re: repairing and constructing fences and dividing up, with Tayler, the butter, pasturage, grapes, cider, apples, wheat, Albany, February 3, 1815. D.S., 3(4)p. (32 x 19.25 cm.) (2764)
4 56 Agreement between Havilah Thompson and John Tayler re: superintending and working on the farm in Guilderland belonging to Tayler. [Albany?], March 13, 1820. D.S., 1p. (32 x 20.25 cm.) (3085)
4 56 Articles of agreement between John Tayler and Havilah Thompson, who was “to take charge of superintend and work on the farm of John Tayler” in Guilderland on which Thompson resides. Thompson also is to “attend the saw mill … and the wife of the said Thompson agrees to … take care of the cows, make the cheese & butter, cook for the workmen who may be employed on said farm as far as her strength and ability will permit.” [Albany?], March 14, 1820. D.S., 2p. (32.5 x 20.25 cm.) (3086)
4 56 Bill of sale of cattle between Havilah Thompson and John Tayler. n.p. , March 27, 1820. D.S., 1p. (32.25 x 20 cm.) (3087)
4 57 Landtitles, Lot 14 Scipio, Lot 97 Milton (now Genoa), Lot 31 Aurelius, Cayuga County, N.Y., James Lowry to John Tayler
4 57 Deed from James Lowry, of Johnstown, to John Tayler, of Albany, for land in Scipio, June 1, 1791. D.S. (printed form filled in), 1p. (30.5 x 39.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 76)
4 57 Deed from James Lowry to John Tayler for land in Scipio, N.Y. May 31, 1791. D.S. (printed form filled in), 1p. (30.5 x 40.75 cm.) (SC9838: Item 77)
4 58 Document stating that John Tayler, of Albany, agrees to sell to Isaac Finch, of Chenango County, “Lot Number forty-six in the seventeenth town Unadilla.” [Albany?], February 18, 1818. D.S., 2(4)p. (32.5 x 20 cm.) (2858)
4 58 Document stating that John Tayler, of Albany, sold to Ephraim House, of Watervliet, “Lot Number Fifteen in the Seventeenth Township on the Unadilla.” Albany, January 22, 1800. D.S., 2(4)p. (32.5 x 19.5 cm.) (2899)
4 58 Document stating that John Tayler, of Albany, sold to John Lothridge, of Brookfield and family, of Chenango, property in “Lot No. 35 in the 17th Township on the Unadilla.” [Albany?], November 12, 1801. D.S., 2(4)p. (29.75 x 20.5 cm.) (2945)
4 59 Document stating that John Tayler, of Albany, agrees to sell to Sally Booth, of Oxford, Chenango County, “Lot Number two of the subdivision of Lot Number fifty-nine in the township of Fayette” in Chenango County. [Albany?], March 2, 1825. D.S., 3(4)p. (31 x 20 cm.) (2777)
4 60 Document stating that John Tayler agrees to sell to David Goodrich and Charles Rich [sic] “lot Number fourteen on the Sixteenth town on the Unadilla River.” [Albany?], December 13, 1811. D.S., 3(4)p. (33 x 19.75 cm.) (2877)
4 60 Document stating that John Tayler, of Albany, has sold to John Jacox, of Rensselaerville, “Lot number sixteen in the Sixteeenth Township on the Unadilla.” [Albany?], June 23, 1795. D.S., 3(4)p. (31.5 x 19.75 cm.) (2906)
4 60 Agreement between Elias Naramore and Joseph Butler, both of New Berlin, Chenango County, to divide a lot on “No. Forty-five lying in the Sixteenth township.” New Berlin, January 23, 1816. D.S., 1p. (32 x 19.5 cm.) (2992)
4 60 Document stating that John Tayler agrees to sell to Elias Naramore land in “lot Number forty-five in the 16th town Unadilla.” [Albany?], February 10, 1816. D.S., 2p. (31.5 x 19.75 cm.) (2993)
4 60 “Daniel Sage on behalf of his son, Jewett, applies for Lot No. 20 in the 16th town.” [Albany?], June 5, 1816. A.L.S. , 1p. (13 x 19.25 cm.) (3055)
4 60 Article of agreement between Phineas Saunders, of New Berlin, Chenango County, and James Simonds, of New Berlin, Chenango County, re: “Lot No. Forty-one in the Sixteenth Township”; Simonds agrees “to give to … Saunders a deed of a lot of land with a blacksmiths shop thereon … [that] lies north of the road near Asa Perry's Hotell in New Berlin” and to pay John Tayler a sum of money. December 19, 1810. D.S., 2(4)p. (31 x 19.25 cm.) (3061)
4 60 Document stating that in January 1804 Daniel Williams proposed to purchase part of “Lot No. 44 in the 16th Township Unadilla,” had lived on the lot since that time but now [in 1818] was unable to pay for it. [Albany?], January 29, 1818. D.S., 2(4)p. (31.5 x 19.5 cm.) (3130)
4 60 Letters patent to John Taylor for land in Township 16 of the 20 townships on the west side of the Unadilla River, Tioga County, February 14, 1793. Signed by Geo. Clinton, Governor of New York. With seal. D.S. (printed form filled in). 1p. (37 x 53.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 372) See also (74773) 1816; single accession 5832; and map accession (74773) 1825.
4 61 Memorandum of agreement between Staats Morris, of Saratoga County, and John Tayler, of Albany, re: a “deed executed by Constant Freeman and his wife for land in Clinton County that had been “granted to Nova Scotia Canadian refugees.” [Albany?], November 10, 1802. D.S., 2(4)p. (29.5 x 20.5 cm.) (2987)
4 61 Letters patent to James Price for land in Clinton County. Albany, February 3, 1790. Signed by George Clinton, Governor of New York. With seal. D.S. Printed form filled in, 1p. (40 x 52 cm.) (SC9838: Item 55)
4 61 Letters patent to William McCarty for Lots 183 and 248, Clinton County, being part of the tract set apart for the Canadian and Nova Scotia refugees. Albany, N.Y. February 14, 1807. Signed by Morgan Lewis, Governor of New York. With seal. D.S., 1p. (33 x 49.5 cm.) (SC9838: Item 68)
4 61 Renunciation of dower rights of Margaret Freeman, wife of Colonel Constant Freeman. Charleston, S.C. December 20, 1802. Manuscript, 2 pieces (56 x 43 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 201)
4 62 Notes on conversation with [illegible name] re: “refugee tract.” n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 1p. (16.5 x 19.75 cm.) (14821, Item 1) See also correspondence - John Tayler from Benjamin Mooers (Box 1, Folder 14); Cooper Family Papers (SC20184), Charles D. Cooper - Land Papers, and Gertrude Lansing collection (14822)
4 62 Copy of agreement between [William (?)] Beekman et al of the Town of Beekman and of Plattsburgh with Moses Hazen re: “the Canadian refugees.” “The original is in the hands of Zephaniah Platt.” n.p. , April 13, 1780 (?) Manuscript, 3(4)p. (30.5 x 20 cm.) (14821, Item 6)
4 62 Copy of a list of questions asked [Charlotte Hazen?] about Moses Hazen and his involvement in “the army of the American Congress”; mentions Gabriel Christie. n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 4p. (31 x 19 cm.) (14821, Item 7)
4 62 Letter from William Hillhoun [Hillhouse?] to General [Moses] Hazen re: “Christie's appeal.” New Haven, June 18, 1790. A.L.S. , 3(4)p. (22.5 x 18 cm.) (14821, Item 8)
4 62 Endorsement: “Letter from Madam Hazen about her husband's will and affairs to (John Tayler?)”; mentions “Mr. Christie” and “the Canadian and Nova Scotia refugees.” Albany, March 17, 1809. Manuscript (unsigned), 4p. (24.5 x 19.75 cm.) (14821, Item 13)
4 62 Receipt given to Charlotte Hazen by the Collector's Office, Chillicothe, Franklin County, [Ohio], September 3, 1816. D.S. Printed form filled in, 1p. (9 x 19 cm.) (14821, Item 14)
4 62 Document concerning the conveyance of property re: “relief of the refugees from the British provinces of Canada & Nova Scotia” by Charlotte Hazen to Samuel Lewis on April 23, 1812. n.p. , February 15, 1816. Manuscript, 1p. (17.25 x 19.75 cm.) (14821, Item 15)
4 62 Letter from Peter Mills to Charlotte Hazen re: land in “section No. 47 in Range 18, Town 17 [in Ohio?]” Zaneville, November 10, 1814. A.L.S. , 1p. (30.25 x 19.75 cm.) (14821, Item 16)
4 62 Letter from Peter Mills to Charlotte Hazen re: deed between Mrs. Hazen and Samuel Farr. Zaneville, June 3, 1814. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (26 x 20.5 cm.) (14821, Item 17)
4 62 Letter from William Creighton, Jr., re: money for Charlotte Hazen. Chillicothe, July 6, 1814. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (26.5 x 20.5 cm.) (14821, Item 18)
4 62 Account of Mrs. Charlotte Hasen [Hazen] to Jacob Mancius [?] for May 3, 1823 through March 9, 1824. Mrs. Hasen bought brandy, tea, candles, sugar, rice, beer, pepper, etc. Albany, March 18, 1824. Manuscript, 3(4)p. (40.75 x 15.75 cm.) (14821, Item 19)
4 62 Account of Mrs. Charlotte Hasen [Hazen?] to Jacob Mancius [?] for April 15-July 13, 1822. Mrs. Hasen bought brandy, wine, sugar, candles, tea, soap, coffee, etc. July 15, 1822. Manuscript, 1p. (39.5 x 24.75 cm.)(14821, Item 20)
4 62 George Clinton. Conveyance of land in Clinton County by the State of New York to General Moses Hazen “for the Canadian and Nova Scotia Refugees … reserving to [New York State] all gold and silver mines and five acres of every hundred acres of the said tract of land for highways.” Albany, February, 1790. D.S., 2(4)p., (33 x 20.25 cm.) (14821, Item 30)
4 62 Lot numbers of “lands in the Canadian & N.S. [Nova Scotia] Refugee Tract patented to [Duncan Campbell, Joseph Smith and Joseph Gurley, and] by them conveyed to [Col] Udney Hay and by him to Gen[era]l Hazen. Manuscript, 1p. (17 x 19.5 cm.) (14821, Item 31)
4 62 Letter from John Tayler to Peter Mills, Esq., re: Mrs. Hazen and sale of land. Albany, July 29, 1814. A.L.S. , 1p. (24.25 x 20 cm.) (14821, Item 44)
4 62 Copy of a letter from John Tayler to William Creighton, Jr., Esq., I Chillicothe, re: Mrs. Hazen and land. Albany, July 28, 1814. Manuscript, 1p. (24.5 x 19.75 cm.) (14821, Item 45)
4 63 Conveyance of a mortgage from Alexander Harper, of Harpersfield, Otsego County, to John Tayler, of Albany, Lot 143, Harpersfield, Delaware County, N.Y., February 14, 1795 Mutilated. D.S., 3(4)p. (30.5 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 82)
4 64

Note re: deeds from John Ferguson and Magdelene [Magdalen?] Johnson Ferguson, his wife, to Coll McGregor for land bequeathed to Magdelene Fergusen by her father, Sir William Johnson. February 27, 1796. With note signed by Jeremiah Lansingh, dated March 11, 1796; and from William Armstrong, Archibald Gracie, Martin L. Wilkins, May 22, 1801 [no indication who the “to” is]. D.S., 3(4)p. (21.5 x 17.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 67)

Mortgage and map of lot [8], 16th township, Jessups Purchase [Jessup's Patent], Totten and Crossfields Purchase, Washington and Montgomery counties now Minerva Township, Essex County, N.Y., April 12, 1796. John Ferguson and Magalena Johnson Ferguson to Coll McGregor; John Patterson, Daniel Colt, and Richard Hamilton to Mary Ker, wife of George Ker. D.S., 3 pieces (33 x 35.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 61)

Assignment from George and Mary Ker, of New York City, to Coll McGregor; February 14, 1798. D.S., 3(4)p. (40.75 x 25.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 62)

Release of Coll MacGregor to John Smith of New York City, March 1, 1798. D.S., 4p. (40.75 x 25.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 63)

Quit claim from Frederick Rhinelander to John Tayler for Lot 16, in Jessup's Patent subdivision, Washington and Montgomery counties, January 12, 1803. D.S., 3(4)p. (30.5 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 91)

Quit claim to John Tayler for Lot 16 in Jessup's Patent in Washington and Montgomery counties given by Walter Franklin and Samuel R. Franklin, of Philadelphia, and Israel Pleasants and Ann Pleasants, his wife, of Baltimore. May 18, 1803. D.S., 3(4)p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 92)

4 64 Note reading “Deed from John Ferguson and Magdalen Johnson his wife to Coll McGregor, 27th Febry, 1796 – from Wm. Armstrong , Archd Gracie, Martin L. Wilkins, 22 May 1801” [No deed attached to note] (From SC9838: Item 512)
4 64 Document says Frederick Rhinelander was the original patentee to 12,000 acres of land in Township No. 16 in Jessup's Patent and that he conveyed a portion of that land to Thomas Franklin of Philadelphia in exchange for land in Township No. 15 and another portion to Coll McGregor in exchange for cash. New York, November 30, 1802. D.S., 1p. (15.75 x 19.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 551)
4 64 Statement of the value of Jessup's Town No. 16. Farm occupied by McGregor. n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 1p. (ca. 13.5 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 552)
4 64 Description and map of Township No. 16, Jessup's Patent. n.d. Manuscript, 1p. (32.5 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 559)
4 65 Lease of 6,300 acres of land between William Gilliland of Willsborough, Washington County, and William Gilliland, Jr., May 28, 1787. D.S., 1p. (40.75 x 30.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 52)
4 65 Release of 6,300 acres of land from William Gilliland, of Willsborough, Washington County, to William Gilliland, Jr., May 29, 1787. D.S., 2p. (38.5 x 48 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 53)
4 65 Agreement between William Gilliland, Jr., of Troy and William Webber of Willsborough for land, June 27, 1794. D.S., 1p. (24.25 x 17.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 524)
4 65 Agreement between John Tayler and Stephen Lush re: property on the west side of Lake Champlain in Clinton County; mentions Daniel Ross and Roger Alden Heern. n.p. , May 23, 1798; with receipts through 1811. D.S., 3(4)p. (32 x 19.75 cm.) (2952)
4 65 Agreement between John Tayler and James Bloodgood re: property on the west side of Lake Champlain in Clinton County; mentions Daniel Ross and Roger Alden Heern. [No month, no date], 1798; with receipts through 1802. D.S., 3(4)p. (32 x 19.75 cm.) (8111)
4 65 [Deed] to William Gilliland, of Troy, Rensselaer County, by Daniel Ross and Roger Alden Hiern of Clinton County for land in Willsborough, Clinton County, May 23, 1798. D.S., 1p. (30.5 x 39.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 64)
4 Re: Conveyance of land on Lake Champlain from John Tayler to Daniel Ross and Roger Alden Hiern. Albany, May 23, 1798. D.S., 1(4)p. (31.5 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 441)
4 66 Landtitles, Lot 163 in western allotment of Kingsborough, Caughnawaga, Montgomery County, now Johnstown Township, Fulton County, N.Y., William Ryan to David Van Ness
4 66 Lease between William Ryon [Ryan?], of Caughnawaga, and David Van Ness, of Dutchess County, for land in Caughnawaga, June 15, 1791. D.S., 3(4). (31 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 57)
4 66 Release of mortgage by William Ryan [Ryon?] to David Van Ness of land in Caughnawaga. n.p. , June 16, 1791. D.S., 2 pieces (each 37 x 30.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 58)
4 66 Relaease of David Van Ness, of Dutchess county, to John Tayler, of Albany, for land in Caughnawaga, December 28, 1796. D.S., 3(4)p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 65)
4 66 Re: Mortgage of land by William Ryan [Ryon?], of Montgomery County, farmer, to David Van Ness, June 16, 1791. Manuscript, 2(4)p. (33 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 446)
4 66a Land patent to Lieut. Samuel Lewis by the State of New York of two tracts of land in Montgomery County (now Onondaga and Tompkins counties), N.Y.: Lot 84 (600 acres) in the Township of Pompey and Lot 97 (600 acres) in the Township of Ulysses, August 17, 1790, with seal. Signed by George Clinton, Governor of New York State. D.S. Printed form filled in, 1p. (30 x 47 cm.). (From SC9838: Item 78)
4 67 Contract of Sale, tract of land (southeast of the Schoharie River above Kadasede, at Yagough Sitawawanie to Chanochqyatha) in Albany County now [Greene County?], N.Y. Sachems of the Mohawk Castle to Jannetie Crieger (Cregier?), October 15, 1730. D.S., 1p. (40.75 x 31 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 45)
4 68 Calculations re: Lot 24 of Bayard's Patent, 1795-1807; mentions Ten Eyck I. Bleecker, Abel Brace, A. Brown, Nathan Brown, James Gifford, Solomon Leonard, Loudon Millard, Levy Nye, Phenias Smith, Isaac Woodruff. Manuscript, 1p. (36 x 24.25 cm.) (2721)
4 68 Document re: Lot No. 24 of Bayard's Patent; mentions Loudon Millard, James Gifford; Moses Eldred; signed by John Tayler and Loudon Millard. Verso: Document signed by William Stuart. Albany, February 3, 1812. D.S., 2p. (28.75 x 18.75 cm.) (2722)
4 68 Statement of amount due on 50 acres of Lot No. 2 of Lot No. 24 of Bayard's Patent, 1807-1814; signed by James Gifford. n.p. , 1p. (33 x 20 cm.) (2723)
4 68 Account re: Lot No. 3 of Lot No. 24 of Bayard's Patent, 1809-1814, and Solomon Leonard. Manuscript, 1p. (20 x 19.5 cm.) (2726)
4 68 Account re: Lot No. 24 of Bayard's Patent signed by Nathan Brown, James Gifford, Samuel Jones, Solomon Leonard, Loudon Millard, Levi Smith, Isaac Woodruff, William Woodruff. Litchfield, March 11, 1809 [1807?]. D.S., 1p. (33 x 19.75 cm.) (2729)
4 68 Copy of a deed to Isaac Clute by John Tayler for No. 58 of the subdivision of Lot No. 24, Bayard's Patent, in the Town of Lichfield [Litchfield?]. February 9, 1808. Manuscript (printed form filled in), 1p. (41 x 50.5 cm.)(2800)
4 68 Deed: John Tayler, of Albany, Marinus Willett, of New York, and Moses Eldred of Lichfield [Litchfield], Herkimer County., re: Lot No. 24 of Bayard's Patent; mentions Isaac Woodruff, Levi Smith, Loudon Millard, Rufus Chapin. n.p. , February 13, 1812. D.S., 1p. (34 x 19.75 cm.) (2849)
4 68 Letter from Solomon Leonard to John Tayler re: Minard Cole, to whom Leonard sold land in Lot No. 24 in Bayard's Patent. Lichfield [Litchfield?], September 27, 1814. A.L.S. , 1p. (21 x 19.25 cm.) (2938)
4 68 Memorandum re: Lot No. 24 of Bayard's Patent signed by Loudon Millard. Litchfield, February 6, 1812. D.S., 1p. (15.5 x 20 cm.) (2975)
4 69 Deed between John Tayler, of Albany, and Margaret Tayler, his wife, and John Taker; not signed by Taker. n.p. , 1p. (37.75 x 50.25 cm.) February 5, 1796. (1014)
4 69 Memorandum signed by John Tayler and Christian Miller re: lease to Daniel Bushnell and Joseph Teal of Lot No. 13. Albany, December 24, 1793. Verso: Acknowledgment of receipt of conveyance dated Albany, December 9, 1802. D.S., 2p. (30 x 18.5 cm.) (2784)
4 70 Document related to the sale of a lot in Township 18, Herkimer County, N.Y., John Tayler to Joseph Thompson, September 26, 1796. Also dated November 13, 1823. D.S., 2p (33 x 19.5 xm.) (7921)
4 71 Contract between John Tayler and Samuel Marsh, of Madison County, re: Lot No. 16 in the 19th Township on the Unadilla River. n.p. , April 1, 1809. D.S., 2p. (32.75 x 20.25 cm.) (2964)
4 71 Contract between John Tayler and Nathan Spencer, of Chenango County, for Lot No. 46 in the 19th Township on the Unadilla River. Includes receipts for payments made between 1801 and 1811. Albany, July 8, 1801. D.S., 2(4)p. (33.5 x 20 cm.) (3072)
4 71 Document re: sale by John Tayler to John Fisk of Lot No. 16 in the 19th Township on the Unadilla River. Includes receipts for money received in 1801 and 1803. Albany, July 14, 1801. D.S., 2(4)p. (34 x 20.5 cm.) (3869)
4 72 Document signed by John Tayler re: Eseck Atwood and Lot No. 1 of Lot No. 66 of Fonda's Patent, Oneida County; also mentions Samuel Cummings. Albany, January 8, 1822. D.S., 1p. (32.5 x 19.75 cm.) (2714)
4 72 Agreement signed by John Tayler that he will sell to Roswell Edgerton (whom he calls Roswell Adjutant) Lot No. 3 of Lot No. 66 of Fonda's Patent; mentions James Gowdy, Jr. Albany, July 11, 1807. Includes note signed by Edgerton and dated Floyd, November 25, 1809; mentions Eliab Wheelock and Luther Bishop. D.S., 2(4)p. (24 x 18 cm.) (2749)
4 72 Agreement between John Tayler and Micajah M. Cole re: Lot No. 4 of Lot No. 62 of Fonda's Patent; mentions George W. Perry and Peleg Cole. Albany, October 12, 1818. D.S., 1p. (33 x 20 cm.) (2802)
4 72 Deed: Samuel Commins and Lovel [Loovel?] Commins, both of Floyd, Oneida County, re: land in Lot No. 66 of Fonda's Patent. n.p. , April 28, 1812. D.S., 2p. (57.25 X 32) (2807)
4 72 Deed: John Tayler, of Albany, and Thomas Parker, farmer, of Whitestown, Herkimer County, re: land in Fonda's Patent. [Albany?], November 1, 1792. Verso: several signed notes. D.S. Printed form filled in, 2p. (48 x 40 cm.) (3017)
4 72 Contract between John Tayler and Ephraim Potter re: “Lot Sixty Six of a tract of land granted to Uless [Jellis?] Fonda” in Herkimer County. November 1, 1795. Verso: Several notes signed by several different people. Manuscript. Printed form filled in, 2p. (48 x 40 cm.) (3027)
4 72 Lease between Ephraim Potter and Aaron Miller, both of Herkimer County. n.p. , September 20, 1797. D.S., 1p. (41 x 34.5 cm.) (3028)
4 72 Contract between Levi Wheelock, Jr., of Floyd, Oneida County, and Eliab Wheelock, of Floyd, Oneida County, re: Lot No. 66 of Fonda's Patent. March 24, 1810. Verso: “Lease from Eliab Wheelock to Samuel Gray.” Verso: Signed notes. D.S. (printed form filled in), 2p. (34 x 40.5 cm.) (3117)
4 72 Agreement between John Tayler and Samuel Wheelock re: “the farm in the Town of Floyd in Fonda's Patent as occupied by Samuel Cummings”; mentions Ob. Wheelock. Albany, March 7, 1827. Endorsement: “Lease for 3 years ending 1st April 1829.” D.S., 1p. (32 x 20.25 cm.) (3118)
4 73 Contract between John Tayler and Eli Kibbe re: Lot No. 29 in the 20th Township in the Town of Sangerfield; mentions David Bassett. Albany, December 6, 1824. D.S., 1p. (32.25 x 19.75 cm.) (2763)
4 73 Agreement between John Tayler and Eli Kibbe re: Lot No. 29 in the Town of Sangerfield, Oneida County. n.p. , January 13, 1823. D.S., 3(4)p. (31.5 x 20.25 cm.) (2920)
4 74 Letters patent to John Tayler for a grant of 561 acres, Lot 28, Steuben Township, Herkimer County, [now western Oneida County, N.Y.?], February 13, 1792. Signed by George Clinton, Governor of New York. With seal. D.S. Printed form filled in, 1p. (35 x 49 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 373)
4 75 Articles of agreement between John Tayler, of Albany, and John Beardslee, of Whites Town, Montgomery County, about Tayler building a saw mill and a grist mill near Oneida on Skanandoa Creek, Oneida County, on the lands reserved for the life of the Oneida Nation. n.p. , January 19, 1789. D.S., 3(4)p. (31.75 x 18.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 193)
4 76 Release: five lots in Onondaga County, N.Y. Release from Richard Lush and Lyntie Lush to John Tayler and James Bloodgood being Lot 9 Manlius, Lot 80 Manlius, Lot 84 Solon, Lot 98 Sempronius (Marcellus), Lot 15 Ulysses, November 28, 1795. With several notes dating up to 1825. D.S. Printed form filled in, 1p. (30.5 x 38 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 513)
4 77 Contract between John Tayler and Bethuel Harvey re: Lot No. 97 in the Town of Solon, Onondaga County, January 1, 1807. D.S., 2(4)p. (36 x 24 cm.) (2888)
4 78 “Whereas Mary Dawson, widow of William Dawson and heir at law to her father David Young formerly of the Island of Grenada deceased hath this day conveyed unto John Tayler … a … lot of land … lying on the south side of the Mohawk River [Endorsement: Otsego County] and purchased by Alexander McKee from the Native Indian proprietors through which said tract … was conveyed to the said David Young by Goldsbrow Banyar … by indenture” bearing date [September 29, 1772] … n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 2p. (32.25 x 21 cm.) (14821, Item 3)
4 78 Will of David Young, 1782 (copy in French); mentions William Buchanan, Robert Douglas, Andre Douglas, Isabelle Douglas, Madame Wijthe, James Campbell, Robert Young, Messers. Douglas and Willson [sic], Henriette Young, William Johnston, William Stewart, Thomas Willson, Alexandre Douglas, Alexandre Houston, William Pyper, Marie Young, William Smith, John Ewer, William Porteuce, [Fort Royal], 15(16)p. (30.5 x 20 cm.) (14821, Item 4)
4 78 Inquest of David Young, “sometime blacksmith,” father of Mary Young and husband of Elizabeth Walker, April 2, 1783. Manuscript, 2p. (31.5 x 19.25 cm.) (14821, Item 5)
4 78 Bill of sale of 250 acres of land in Cherry Valley from William Stuart, Esq., “of the Island of Tobago,” to Mary Dawson, “of Albany,” May 21, 1788. D.S., 1p. (39 x 30.75 cm.) (14821, Item 7)
4 78 Lease made September 7, 1792, by Mary Dawson, of Duanesburgh, Albany County, to John Tayler, of Albany, of a “parcel of land … on the south side of the Mohawks [sic] River in the County of Otsego …” D.S. Printed form filled in, 1p. (33 x 40.5 cm.) (14821, Item 10)
4 78 Mortgage: land in Montgomery County from Mary Dawson to John Tayler, June 19 1792. D.S. Printed form filled in, 1p. (34.75 x 41.25 cm.) (SC9838: Item 79)
4 78 Mortgage from Mary Dawson, only child and heir of David Young, to John Taylor of land in Montgomery County, June 20, 1792. D.S. Printed form filled in, 1 p. (37 x 47 cm.) (SC9838: Item 506)
4 79 Agreement, Lot 4, [Otsego County, N.Y.?], John Tayler, of Albany, to Thomas Riddle, of Otsego County, January 29, 1800. D.S., 2p. (38.5 x 24.5 cm.) (3038)
4 80 Agreement by John Tayler to sell to Henry Davey, Jr., Lot No. 2 of land in Middlefield, Otsego County, adjoining the Otsego Lake, “said lot as subdivided by Benjamin Gilbert.” (2825)
4 80 Agreement by John Tayler to sell to Matthew Halsey Lot Number 3 of land in Middlefield in the County of Otsego, April 19, 1815. D.S., 2 pieces (32.5 x 20.5 cm.; 55 x 20.5 cm.) (2884)
4 81 Landtitles, 8 tracts being Lots 1-6, Madrid, now Waddington, Lots 10 and 11 Lisbon, now St. Lawrence County, N.Y., Jeremiah Van Rensselaer to Alexander Macomb
4 81 Deed of Jeremiah van Rensselaer to Alexander McComb for 5,120 acres of land on the southeast side of the Saint Lawrence River in Montgomery County. July 4, 1788. D.S., 5(6)p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 54)
4 81 Deed of 10,830 acres from John Tayler to Alexander McComb, July 4, 1788. Manuscript, 3(40p. (33 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 439)
4 82 Articles of agreement between John Tayler, of Albany, and William Teller, of White Creek, Charlotte County, farmer, 200 acres which are part of Lot No. 17 of the Grand Division of the Saratoga Patent, Saratoga County, occupied by William McKee. November 12, 1782. D.S., 3(4)p. (34 x 21 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 192)
5 83 Release, Lot 4, Kayderosseras [Kayaderossera or Kayaderosseras] Patent [near Ballston, Saratoga County, N.Y.?]. Daniel F. Barney, of Charlton, to Stephen Lush; of Albany, Lot 5 Great Lot 12, Kayderosseras Patent, Milton [Wilton?], Saratoga County, N.Y., February 17, 1795. John Tayler to Joshua Bloore and a document levy against Amos and Rowland Thurston. D.S., 2 pieces (35 x 31.25 and 30.25 x 31.25 cm.) (From 9838: Item 60)
5 83 Memorandum of Joshua Bloore re: Amos Thurston [Thurstin] and property in Milton (Kayaderossera or Kayaderosseras Patent). November 15, 1791. D., 3(4)p. (34.5 x 21 cm.) (2776)
5 83 Document signed by Bryan C. Pritchard re: Joshua Bloore and property in the Kayadarossares [Kayaderossera or Kayaderosseras] Patent. Ballston, November 18(?), 1791. D.S., 1p. (32.75 x 21 cm.) (3031)
5 83 Deed of Peter Gansevoort, Jr., Esq,, sheriff of the City and County of Albany to John Taylor, Esq., January 29, 1791, re: property of Amos Thurston and Rowland S. Thurston in the Kayaderosseros [Kayaderossera or Kayaderosseras] Patent. Also mentioned: Stephen Wood, James Gordon; Isaac and Nathan Ketcham; Nanning Visscher. D.S., 1p. (48.5 x 68 cm.) (14821, Item 9)
5 84 Landtitles, Lot 48, Straasburgh Patent, Blenheim, now Summit, Schoharie County, John Tayler to James and John Chapel; Lot 89, John Tayler to Miles Carrington; Lot 74, John Tayler to Jonathan Phelps; Summer's Lot, Blenheim Patent, John Tayler to Walter Fanning
5 84 Land contract between John Tayler and John Ball wherein Tayler is selling to Ball property in the Town of Norwich, Windsor County, Vermont, June 7, 1799. D.S., 2(4)p. (33.5 x 20 cm.) (2761)
5 84 Land contract between John Tayler and Miles Caringron [Carrington] of Litchfield, Conn., September 18, 1802. D.S., 2(4)p. (29.5 x 20.5 cm.) (2786)
5 84 Contract between John Tayler and James and John Chappell (Chapel) re: property in the Town of Blenheim, Schoharie County, New York, December 23, 1801. Also mentioned: Timothy Coon, Samuel Agani, Elias Bradley. D.S., 4p. (mutilated) (33.5 x 20.5 cm.) (2789)
5 84 Contract between John Tayler and Walter Fanning re: sale “of land part of a lot in the town and patent of Blenheim and County of Schoharie,” D.S., 3(4)p. (33.25 x 20 cm.) (2856)
5 84 Contract between John Tayler and Jonathan Phelps, of Rensselaer County, re: Lot Number 74 in the Town of Blenheim, Schoharie County, April 20, 1803. D.S., 4p. (29 x 20.5 cm.) (3023)
5 85 Statement by Reuben Merchant, son of Thomas Merchant, re: property of Lot 69 in Jefferson [Stasburg?], January 14, 1825. D.S., 2p. (19.5 x 16 cm.) (2718)
5 85 Document re: Lot No. 91 [Strassburg Patent?] mentions a man named Stevens, Jacob Jones, Erastus Judd, 1821, 1824. 2p. (17.5 x 10 cm.) (2739)
5 85 Agreement between Henry Libous, of the Town of Jefferson, Schoharie, and Smith Disbrow [Disborough?] and Rachel Disbrow, of the same place, April 13, 1819. D.S., 2p. (32 x 32.5 cm.) (2838)
5 85 Agreement between John Tayler and Joseph Fuller, of Schoharie County, for Tayler to sell Lot Number 40 in the Town of Jefferson, June [?] 6, 1807 [1820?]. D.S., 2(4)p. (31.5 x 19.5 cm.) (2872)
5 85 Bond of Augustus Judd, of the Town of Jefferson, Schoharie County, n.d. D.S., 2p. (33 x 21.5 cm.) (2911)
5 85 Agreement between Thomas Merchant, of the Town of Jefferson, Schoharie County, and Joel Merchant, of the same place, re: Lot Number 69 in the Statsburgh [Staatsburg] Patent, which is the property of John Tayler, December 24, 1823. D.S., 2p. (20.5 x 20 cm.) (2971)
5 85 Agreement between John Tayler and Joseph Moxley, of the Town of Jefferson, Schoharie County, for Tayler to sell Lot Number 56 in the Town of Jefferson, August 22, 1816. D.S., 1(4)p. (32.25 x 19.75 cm.) (2990)
5 85 Agreement between John Tayler and Talcut Starr, of the Town of Jefferson, Schoharie County, for Tayler to sell Lot Number 22 in the Straasburg [Staatsburg?] Patent, February 19, 1819. D.S., 1(4)p. (32 x 19.5 cm.) (3075)
5 85 Lease by John Tayler to Aaron Stevens, of Jefferson, in Schoharie County, re: property in Jefferson (Lot No. 91), August 6, 1824. D.S. Printed form filled in, 1p. (34 x 41 cm.) (3076)
5 85 Agreement between John Tayler and Philo Martin, of Woodbury, Connecticut, re: Lot Number 89 in Jefferson, Schoharie County, April 5, 1813. D.S., 3(4)p. (32 x 19.75 cm.) (3868)
5 86 Note, Lot 90, Straasburg [Staatsburg?] Patent, Schoharie County, John Tayler to Daniel Landers, October 2, 1820 and May 29, 1821. D.S., 2p. (16.5 x 14.5 cm.) (2931)
5 87 Document re: dower of Catharine Davy [Davey?]; signed by Thomas Davey, Elizabeth Norton and Hannah Burnett, 1806. D.S., 1p. 12.5 x 20 cm.) (2693)
5 87 Certificate re: land purchased at auction by Judge Tayler, January 7, 1804; signed P.S. Van Rensselaer. D.S., 1p. (10.5 x 21 cm.) (3100)
5 87 Deed from James Hildreth to John Tayler for land in Johnstown. November 14, 1798. D.S., 2(4)p. (38 x 23 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 84)
5 87 Release by Catherine Cuyler to John Tayler of land (for eight feet of ground where the gate way is) in Albany. December 29, 1815. Appended is release of John Rosie. D.S., 2(4)p. (33 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 99)
5 87 Statement of three claims exhibited to the commissioners of the land office and paid by them, 1799-1800 (From SC9838: Item 553)
5 87 List of ten deeds left with the clerk of an unidentified county to record, January 12, 1818. Several of the deeds involve John Tayler and date from 1812 to 1818. (From SC9838: Item 554)
5 88 Memorandum re: deed from George Batterman and wife to John Tayler Cooper for 25 acres next to the Rosecrants [sic] farm, March 13, 1823 [1828?] D.S., 1p. (ca. 12 x 12 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 502)
5 88 Map of lot at Glass-house, Crans's tavern, &c. (“Crans Lot”) and Batterman lot on Great Western Turnpike, [1823?] Manuscript, 1p. (20.25 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 503)
5 89 Map of Adam Vrooman and Martinus Van Slyck's land on the Schoharie River, Schoharie County, N.Y. Manuscript, 1p. (23 x 38 cm.) (SC9838: Item 95b) See also Item 89a; (74745) 1771; and (74745) 1805.
EL1 89a Map of Vrooman lands on the Schoharie River, Schoharie County, N.Y., showing the property of Cornelius, Wouter, Peter, Adam, Samuel, John and E[?] Vrooman and Teunis Swart See also Item 89; (74745) 1771; and (74745) 1805
5 90 Memorandum regarding a house on Lyon Street (now Washington Avenue), Albany, N.Y., n.d. (33.5 x 20 cm.) List of what the contractor is to put on and in the house. (2702)
5 91 Fragment of a survey. 1 p. (ca. 9 x 20 cm.) (2691)
5 91 Description of 600 acres of land in Cooperstown originally owned by John and Myndert Roseboom [?], n.d., 2p. (16 x 19.5 cm.) (2692)
5 91 List of properties with brief annotations as to their being “middling good,” “very good,” “indifferent”. 2p. (circa 20.5 x 16 cm.) (2710)
5 91 Boundaries of lots number 23, 63, 69, 70, 24 and 25. n.d., 3(4)p. (32 x 19.5 cm.) (2724)
5 91 “Boundaries of a lott of land belonging to the heirs of Christian C. Lagrange, deceased,” on the north side of the Great Western Turnpike “about five and a half miles from the city of Albany.” n.d., 1p., (ca. 32.5 x 20 cm.) (2725)
5 91 Item re: Fields Patent, n.d., 1p. (5 x 9.5 cm.) (2727)
5 91 Document about a Mr. Boyd, his grist and saw mill in the fourteenth township and also about directions to the sixteenth township. Mention is made of Warrens Tavern, Johnsburgh, Pendletons Road, a Mr. Van Benthusen, Schroon Lake, and Caldwell. Dated September 25, 1823 and 1828. 1p. (32 x 20.5 cm.) (2735)
5 91 Boundaries of 150 acres in the town of Chesterfield, formerly Willsborough, Essex County. n.d., 1p. (31.5 x 19.5 cm.) (2745)
5 91 Survey of land bounded by the property of the widow McHarg, Henry V. Benthowsen and Isaac Dennistron. n.d., 1p. (ca. 14 x 14 cm.) (2763)
5 91 Boundaries of lots in Green Street, [Albany?], 1707-1820. 1p. (32 x 20 cm.) (2765)
5 91 Survey of 100 acres of Lot No. 14 in the 16th township in New Berlin, by Matthew Colkins, ca. January 23, 1819. D.S., 2p. (ca. 22 x 20.5 cm.)(2804)
5 91 Surveys of Lot. No. 8 and Lot No. 22 in the sixteenth township, by Matthew Colkins, Norwich, September 5, 1799. D.S., 1(4)p. (32 x 20 cm.) (2805)
5 91 Letter from John Tayler to Mr. Francis [?] re: surveying a road and moving of a fence. n.p. , September 13, 1820. D.S., 1(4)p., 32.5 x 20.25 cm.) (2863)
5 91 Survey of Lot No. 14, New Berlin, by Waterman Matthewson, September 14, 1819. D.S., 1p. (32.5 x 19.5 cm.) (2965)
5 91 Survey of Lot No. 3 in Lot No. 41, Fayette, by Stephen Arnold, June 10, 1822. (15 x 20 cm.) (5786)
5 91 Survey of a part of Lot No. 62 for Joseph Odell by Albert Jabez Tallcott, Jefferson, September 10, 1828. D.S., 1p. (27 x 18.5 cm.) (5787)
5 91 Survey of Lot No. 2 of Lot No. 1, by Stephen Arnold, Guilford, March 25, 1825. D.S., 1p. (21 x 20 cm.) (5788)
5 91 Survey of Lot No. 35 in the sixteenth township of New Berlin, by Waterman Matthewson, ca. June 30, 1819. D.S., 1p. (32.5 x 20.5 cm.) (5789)
5 91 Bill for survey of Lot No. 3 in the sixteenth township by Matthew Colkins, May 30, 1807. A.L.S. , 1p. (11 x 20 cm.) (5794)
5 91 Survey of lot in the Town of Fayette, part of Lot No. 2, by Casper M. Rouse, Guilford, November 21, 1818. D.S., 3(4)p. (32 x 19.25 cm.) (5795)
5 91 Survey of Lot K (Funda's [?] Gore), on the Canada Creek, n.d., (18.5 x 20.5 cm.) (5804)
5 91 Boundaries of Farnum's lot and Pruyn's lot on Green Street [Albany?], n.d., 1p. (17.25 x 20 cm.)(A8264)
5 91 Memorandum re: property at intersection of Schuyler and South Pearl in Albany. n.d. Manuscript, 1p. (ca. 18 x 18 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 543)
Legal
5 92 Appointment of John Tayler as attorney [power of attorney?] for Andrew Lee, November 8, 1787. D.S. Printed form filled in, 1p. (31.75 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 202)
5 93 Award between John Jacob Schuldys and Joseph J. Waggoner, June 11, 1825. D.S., 3(4)p. (30.5 x 18.5 cm.) (3008)
5 94 Calendar for the Court of Errors, November 1, 1819. 2(4)p. (32.5 x 20 cm.) (2708)
Case, regarding good claimed by William Cummins and Sweton Grant
5 95 Genealogy of the descendants of James Alexander and Mary Spratt, [ca 1793?] (9885-459)
5 95 Account of the estate of William Cummins and Sueton [Sweton?] Grant to John Ostrander, Jr. n.p. , ca. 1795. Manuscript, 1p. (56 x 40.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 457)
5 95 Inquisition re: 76 bushels of wheat taken by “absconding and absent debtors” William Cummins and Sueton [Swaton? Sweeton?] Grant from Joseph Newton and Alexander McFarling. Albany, April 24, 1793. Includes signatures of jurors [witnesses?]. D.S., 1p. (41.5 x 34 cm.) (From SC9838: Item, 458)
5 95 Oath re: inquisition between Daniel McIntire, claimant, and the creditors of William Cumming and Sueton [Swaton? Sweeton?] Grant , absconding debtors. n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 1p. (ca. 19 x 18 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 459)
5 95 Inquisition of claim between Daniel McIntire, claimant, and the creditors of William Cumming and Sueton [Swaton? Sweeton?] Grant, absconding debtors, re: log wood, one silver watch and six frying pans, April 20, 1793. Includes signatures of jurors [witnesses?]. Manuscript, 1(4)p. (30.25 x 18.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 460)
5 95 Inquisition of claim between Daniel McIntire, claimant, and the creditors of William Cumming and Sueton [Swaton? Sweeton?] Grant, absconding debtors, re: log wood, one silver watch and six frying pans Albany, November 2, 1793. Includes signatures of jurors [witnesses?]. D.S., 1p. (36.5 x 30.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 461)
5 95 List of names: Ephraim Zeimler [?], Daniel McCloed [?], Daniel McIntire, Archabold [sic] McIntire. Manuscript, 1p. (ca. 15 x 9.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 462)
5 95 Promise by [William] Cumming and [Sueton] Grant to deliver wheat to Peter Borst. n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 1p. (11.5 x 18.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 463)
5 95 Inquisition re: 80 bushels of wheat was the property of Philip Borst and not of William Cummin [Cumming] and [Sueton] Grant. Albany, April 23, 1793. Includes signatures of jurors [witnesses?]. D.S., 1p. (39.5 x 32 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 464)
5 95 [2 pieces] Cover (17 x 8 cm.) labeled “Sheriffs Papers” and a sheet of paper (33 x 20.5 cm.) on which is a list of names of individuals, items they bought and amount paid for items. Items include a table, 4 chairs, a high chest with drawers, a jack knife, a knife and fork, Jew's harps, and 9 pairs of scissors. (From SC9838: Item 465)
Case, property of Joseph Cutler stolen by Abraham, Alias Caleb, R[?], John Tayler, attorney, 1799
5 96 Indemnification from Joseph Cutler to John Taylor, attorney, for goods stolen from Cutler's store house by Abraham Bierns [?], alias Caleb. Albany, April 12, 1799. D.S., 2(4)p. (32.5 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 442)
Case, claim against the estate of Jacob Evertson by Mathias Van Loon, Leonard and Rebecca Witbeck and Hannah and Elizabeth Bogardus, 1800
5 97 Re: arbitration of bonds between Jacob LeGrange and Jacob Van Loon, party of the first part, and Mathias Van Loon, Leonard Witbeck and Rebecca Witbeck, Hannah Bogardus and Elizabeth Bogardus, parties of the second part. n.p. , January 1, 1800. Signed by John Tayler and Henry Staats. D.S., 1p. (29.5 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 195)
5 97 Copy of Item 195. D.S., 1p. (32.5 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 196)
5 97 Jacob Evertsen estate. Inventory, May 16, 1799. Manuscript, 3(4)p. (33 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 477)
5 97 Jacob Evertsen estate. Paper concerning the estate of Jacob Evertson. [Albany?, 1799?]. Manuscript, 2p. (33 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 478)
Case, James M. LaGrange to pay debt to John Tayler
5 98 James M. LaGrange to pay account with John Tayler. D.S., 2 sheets (32.5 x 20.5 cm.) (2926)
Case, deeds and papers regarding the bankruptcy of John Smith and William Armstrong of New York City and involving land transactions between John Rogers and John Smithy, farm land, 16th township, Jessup's Purchase under Totten and Crossfield's Purchase, now Minerva Township, Essex County, and Lot 8 near Anthony's Nose in the Mohawk Valley region. The former sold to John Tayler, ca 1798-1805. See also the map with the call number (74753) [ca. 1800] listed under Essex County in the Appendix of Maps Catalogued as Maps or as Single Accessions at the end of this document.
5 99 Re: Bankruptcy of William Armstrong and John Smith, of New York City, merchants, March 15, 1803. Manuscript, 4(6)p. (34.5 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 374)
5 99 Instructions for Capt. Smith to sell on mortgage. Albany, Mary 30, 1798. D.S., 1p. (32 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 375)
5 99 Account of costs associated with the Supreme Court case of James Jackson, John Ferguson and Magalen, his wife, John Smith and John Tayler vs. John Stiles Bernard and Connolly Tenant. Manuscript, 3(4)p. (32.25 x 19.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 376)
5 99 Agreement of John Tayler with John Smith. n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 2(4)p. (29.25 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 377)
5 99 Articles of agreement of John Smith, of New York City, mariner, with John Tayler re: Township No. 16 of the Totten and Crossfield Purchase and also a parcel of land in Montgomery County on the Mohawk River near Anthony's Nose which was devised by Sir William Johnson to his daughter, Magdalen, now married to John Ferguson. n.p. , April 10, 1802. D.S., 5(8)p. (38 x 22 cm. and 29 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 378)
5 99 Agreement between Capt. John Smith, of New York, mariner, and John Tayler, of Albany. April 10, 1802. Copy of 2 pages of Item 378. Manuscript, 2(4)p. (27.75 x 23 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 379)
5 99 Agreement of James [?] Rivington and Gertrude Rivington with John Smith re: lot and house in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, July 25, 1804. DS., 1p. (32 x 19.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 380)
5 99 Bond of indemnity from John Smith, of Poughkeepsie, to John Tayler, of Albany, for farm number eight near Anthony's Nose in Montgomery County and Township No. 16 in the Totten and Crossfield Purchase, July 2, 1804. Clipped to the document: newspaper clipping (3.75 x 7.5 cm.) re: bankruptcy of John Smith, of New York City, merchant, dated May 25, 1803. D.S. (2(4)p. (33.5 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 381)
5 99 Copy of letter from Samuel Franklin to Walter Franklin, of Philadelphia, attorney at law, re: Capt. [John?] Smith. New York, April 14, 1803. Manuscript, 2(4)p. (30 x 21 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 382)
5 99 Memorandum of papers received from Capt. John Smith relative to Township No. 16, Jessup's Patent. October 18, 1802. D.S., 1p. (34 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 383)
5 99 Copy of the examination of John Smith, of New York, a bankrupt, in the case of the partnership between William Armstrong and John Smith relative to Township No. 16, Jessup's Patent, ca. April 5, 1804. Manuscript, 5(8)p. (37.5 x 23.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 384)
5 99 Same text as Item 384. Manuscript, 4p. (33 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 385)
5 99 Same text as Item 384. Manuscript, 4p. (34 x 20.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 386)
5 99 Copy of an account sent to Governor George Clinton by Mathios B. Talmadge, Esq., for the purchase of Township No. 16 in Totten and Crossfield Purchase and a farm, No. 9, on the Mohawk River and incidental charges. Mention is made of John Smith's house in Poughkeepsie. n.p. , October 21, 1805. Manuscript, 1p. (24 x 36.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 387)
5 99 Account and receipt between John Smith and Robert Troup for drawing and engrossing documents re: property connected with Mary Ker, Coll MacGregor and William Armstrong. New York, February 20, 1799. D.S., 1p. (20 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 388)
5 99 Account by G.C. [George Clinton?] to J.S. [John Smith?]. Item was paper-clipped to items 387 and 388. Manuscript, 1(4)p. (24 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 389)
5 99 Account between John Tayler and John Smith re: farm No. 8 on the Moahwk River, Township No. 16 in Totten and Crossfield Purchase, and house in Poughkeepsie. Manuscript, 2 documents (1p., 32 x 19.75; 1p., 31.75 x 39 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 390)
5 99 Letter from Robert Troup, attorney for John Smith, to Archibald Gracie, William Armstrong, Martin S. Wilkins, trustees for Coll MacGregor and his creditors, re: lands sold at auction. New York, January 20, 1799. D.S., 1p. (34.25 x 20.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 391)
5 99 Letter from John Smith to John Tayler re: Coll MacGregor's deed of Township No. 16, Jessup's Purchase. New York, May 15, 1802. D.S., 3(4)p. (25.5 x 20.25 cm.) [Page(s) missing?] (From SC9838: Item 392)
5 99 Letter from John Smith to John Tayler informing him of his arrival in Poughkeepsie from New York and plans to travel to Albany. D.S., 2(4)p. (25 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 393)
5 99 Letter from John McKesson to John Tayler re: John Smith's search for the deed to land in Washington and Montgomery counties, identified as Township No. 16 of the Totten and Crossfield Purchase. New York, December 4, 1802.D.S., 3(4)p. (24.75 x 18.5 cm.) [Not stamped 9838] (From SC9838: Item 394)
5 99 Letter to John Tayler from Sally (Sarah) Smith, wife of John Smith re: settlement. Poughkeepsie, June 28, 1803. D.S., 1(4)p. (25 x 20 cm.) [Not stamped 9838] (From SC9838: Item 395)
5 99 John Tayler. Letter (draft?) to Capt. John Smith re: settlement. Albany, April 28, 1803. D.S., 2(4)p. 23 x 19 cm.) [Not stamped 9838] (From SC9838: Item 396)
5 99 Letter from John Smith to John Tayler re: MacGregor's papers. Poughkeepsie, November 8, 1803. D.S., 2(4)p. (24.5 x 20 cm.) [Not stamped 9838] (From SC9838: Item 397)
5 99 Letter from John Smith to John Tayler re: “our business” and asking Tayler if he could lend him some money. Poughkeepsie, January 27, 1804. D.S., 1(4)p. (32.5 x 19.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 398)
5 99 Letter from John Smith to John Tayler re: Mr. Van Kleeck, the land in Jessup's Patent and the farm at Anthony's Nose. He notes that his “reduced circumstances” will not allow him to remain in Albany. Albany, March 2, 1804. D.S., 2(4)p. (24 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 398a)
5 99 Letter from John Smith to John Tayler re: his creditors and property in Poughkeepsie. New York, March 18, 1804. Manuscript, 3(4)p. (32.5 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 399)
5 99 Unidentified letter (copy?) to Gov. George Clinton re: John Smith. Albany, July 23, 1804. D.S., 1p. (23 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 400)
5 99 Receipts for money received by John Smith on October 11, 1803, March 3, 1804 and July 23, 1804. D.S., 1p. (24 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 401)
5 99 Memorandum signed by Gov. George Clinton, Albany, June 26, 1804, and by John Tayler re: John Smith and Township No. 16, Totten and Crossfield Purchase. D.S., 2p. (24 x 19.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 402)
5 99 Release to John Smith by L. Van Kleeck and Jane Van Kleeck re: Township No. 16 in the Totten and Crossfield Purchase. Mentions that Smith's wife Sarah is dead. n.p. , February 27, 1804. D.S., 1p. (ca. 33 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 403)
5 99 John Tayler. Promise to pay John Smith $1,500 with interest. n.p. , October 2, 1802. D.S., 2p. (14 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 404)
5 99 Release of dower of Mary Rogers, widow of John Rogers of New York City, to John Smith. n.p. , September 17, 1802. D.S., 2(4)p. (30 x 18.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 405)
5 99 Letter from Governor George Clinton to John Tayler and account re: Township No. 16 in Totten and Crossfield Purchase and of Capt. John Smith's bankruptcy. Casper's Hill, July 18, 1802. (Endorsement: July 18, 1804) D.S., 2(4)p. (25 x 20 cm.) [Not stamped 9838] (From SC9838: Item 406)
5 99 Copy of disclosure of estate effects and debts of John Smith, of New York, merchant, a bankrupt. New York, March 13, 1804. Includes debts due Smith, “schedule of cloaths belonging to John Smith,” and “schedule of wearing apparel, beds, bedsteads and pillows, pillow cases, boulsters, blankets, sheets and bed covers belonging to Sally Smith” (dated February 8, 1803), and debts due from the estate of Coll MacGregor. D.S., 3(4)p. (ca. 33.5 x 20.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 413)
5 99 John Ferguson. Memoranda concerning the property of Magdalen Ferguson. n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 2p. (ca. 21 x 32 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 511)
5 99 Account re: [John Smith] and Town[ship] No. 16, Farm No. 8, and home in Poughkeepsie. Manuscript, 1p. (26.5 x 29 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 548)
5 99a Deed of John Smith to John Rogers. Parchment. February 19, 1799. Manuscript, 1p. (ca. 60 x 57 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 407)
5 99a Release of John Rogers to John Smith. February 19, 1799. D.S., 1p. (ca. 20.75 x 57 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 408)
5 99a Deed of John Smith and Sarah, his wife, to William Vrooman. January 9, 1802. (ca. 49 x 65 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 409)
5 99a Deed of John Smith to John Tayler of land in Township Number 16, Totten and Crossfield Purchase, April 23, 1802. D.S., 2p. (43.5 x 51.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 410)
5 99a Deed of John Smith to John Tayler for Lot No. 8 near Anthony's Nose, April 23, 1802. D.S., 1p. (43 x 52 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 412)
Case, John Tayler regarding paving of highway in Guilderland, 1817
5 100 Case in the Court of Common Pleas regarding paving of highway in Guilderland, February 15, 1817 (2984)
Case. Veeder Family land claims, 1789, 1794, 1813. See also Box 4, Folder 54, single accessions 5814 and X11402 and map accession no. 5815.
5 101 Endorsement: “Old papers relative to the [Volckert] Veeder claim found in the desk in the shop should the claim be again revived they may be of use. July 1829. Mr. V. Vechten's opinion and other papers.” Manuscript, 1(4)p. (34 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 207) See also Box 4, Folder 54, single accessions 5814 and X11402 and map accession no. 5815.
5 101 Promise by Volckert [Volkert?] Veeder to convey to his brother, Jacob, a share of the land which was the homestead of his late father, Myndert Veeder.Albany, February 9, 1789. D.S., 3(4)p. (30.75 x 18.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 208)
5 101 Bond between Volkert Veeder and Henry Roseboom. n.p. , February 9, 1789. Manuscript, 1p. (ca. 31 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 209)
5 101 Bond (copy) of Volkert Veeder of Watervliet and Abraham Veeder to Abraham Van Vechten of Albany, May 16, 1794. Manuscript, 1p. (32.75 x 20.75 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 210)
5 101 Letter to Volkert and Abraham Veeder re: property rights. n.p. , July 11, 1791[?]. Mention is made of Van Baal's patent. D.S., 2(4)p. (33 x 21 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 211)
5 101 Letter to Joseph Bullock, of Bethlehem, re: suit Abraham Veeder is bringing against John J. Evertsen and a Mr. Brown purchased by them from John V. Veeder. Albany, November 25, 1813. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (21.5 x 17 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 212)
5 101 Letter of John Tayler to Mathew and Joseph Bullock, of New Scotland, re: claim of Abraham Veeder on the estate of John and Peter Veeder, deceased. Albany, December 10, 1813. A.L.S. , 1(4)p. (25 x 20 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 213)
5 101 Statement re: property claims of Abraham Veeder, Myndert Veeder, Andries and John Truax, Lucas W. Veeder, Isaac and Conradt Legrange, Robert Dollar and Robert McGiven. Mention is also made of Van Baal's patent. n.p. , n.d. Manuscript, 1p. (21.5 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 214)
5 101 Unsigned document [statement of brother of Abraham Veeder?] related to Item 214. (From SC9838: Item 215)
5 101 Unsigned document related to Item 214. (From SC9838: Item 216)
5 101 Volkert Veeder. Statement related to Item 214. (From SC9838: Item 217)
5 101 Abraham Veeder. Statement related to Item 214. (From SC9838: Item 218)
5 101 Re: agreement to convey to John Roseboom for Abraham Veeder a plot of land. n.p. , January 13, 1794. Manuscript, 1p. (31 x 18.5 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 219)
Certificates
5 102 Resolution by the Regents of the University of the State of New York to attend the funeral of John Tayler, March 2, 1829. D.S., 1p. (42 x 26 cm.) (A2894)
5 102 Resolution appointing John Taylor a Regent of the University of New York, February 1, 1802. Signed by Jer. V. Rensselaer, president of the New York State Senate, and by Thomas Storm, speaker of the New York State Assembly. D.S, 1p. (20.25 x 33 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 510)
Miscellaneous
5 103 Agreement of Robert H. Wendell, of Schenectady, and Henry R. Wendell, of Niskayuna, with the Mohawk Bridge and Ballstown Turnpike Co. re: tolls and upkeep of the road. [John Tayler, President]. n.p. , August 4, 1824. D.S., 2(4)p. (30.5 x 20.25 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 481)
5 104 Copy of the articles of agreement between John Tayler and Quinlan [sic] to work as a gardener for Tayler. n.d. 2(4)p. (31.5 x 19.5 cm.) (3032)
5 105 Deposition by John Waggoner, February 26, 1805. D.S., 3(4)p., (33.5 x 20 cm.) (3108)
5 106 Deed to Nicholas and Henry Bleecker for a pew (No. 63) in the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church [First Reformed Church] in Albany. Albany, June 6, 1812. Verso: Manuscript note of sale of the pew “in the South Dutch Church” to John Tayler, December 16, 1815. D.S. Printed form filled in, 1p. (26.75 x 19 cm.) (From SC9838: Item 507)
5 107 Will of Isaac Casperson Halnbak, [Isaac Casparson Hollenbeck?] of Albany, November 17, 1708. Manuscript, 3(4). (33. 5 x 21 cm.) (SC9838: Item 4)
Letter and Memorandum Books (Bound)
6 v. 1 Tayler, John to others, letter book including receipts, 1776-1812 (9686)
6 v. 2 Tayler, John to others, letter book, 1813-1820 (3916)
6 v. 3 Memorandum book of agreements of sale, 1789-1803. 267p. (32 cm.) (3913)
7 v. 4 Memorandum book of agreements of sale, 1803-1822. Ca. 300 p. (34 cm.) At back of book: 10 loose items dated 1800-1830. (3914)
7 v. 5 Memorandum book of agreements of sale, (post-1829 belonged to John Tayler Cooper), 1822-1855. Ca. 144p. (32.5 cm.) (3915)

Appendix of Maps Catalogued as Maps or as Single Accessions

The call number – either a single-accession call number or a map call number – is in parentheses following the description of the item.

Albany, Albany County, New York (See also “Unidentified” map section.):
Caldwell, William. Map of a lot in Albany, N.Y. between Broadway and Pearl streets, 1847-1850 (Call number: 8156)
Spencer, T. Survey map of lots conveyed to Abraham G. Lansing [King, later Lion Street, Albany, N.Y.?] (Call number: 7869)
Survey maps (Call number: (74742) [1810?]) [Seven survey maps showing Hamilton, Green, State, Washington, and Buffalo streets, Albany. Date of 1810 ascribed based on Sheet 1.]
Map of the intersection of Schenectady and Western Turnpikes [with Lyon and Lark Streets, Albany, N.Y.?] (Call number: (74743) [18--?])
Guilderland, Albany  County, New York:
Veeder, [Volkert?]. Survey map of Veeder's Farm in Guilderland, Albany County, N.Y. (Call number: 5815 - Missing December 2006)
Veeder, Volkert. Deed and survey maps of land on the Norman's Kill, Albany County, N.Y., 1790-1799 (Call number: X11402)
Evertson, [John?]. Survey map of farm on the Norman's Kill, Guilderland, Albany County, N.Y. (Call number: 5814)
Clute, G. Map of Lot No. 8 belonging to James Gourley situate in the town of Guilderland, in the Norman Kill Patent. 1812 (Call number: (74742) 1812)
Duncan, John. Survey map of land in Albany County, New York. [A manuscript copy map of part of John Duncan's Tract on the Albany and Schenectady Turnpike Road at Ballstown Turnpike and near the old road to Albany on the Albany and Schenectady County border [Guilderland, Albany County, New York ?]; shows Gourlie's lot on Western Turnpike] Call number: (7474) [ca. 1800?] 204-6643)
Albany County, New York:
Vrooman, [?] Survey map of Albany County, New York (Call number: (74742) 1785)
Chenango County, New York:
Mathewson, Waterman. Survey and maps of Lot No. 14 and Lot No. 45 in the 16th Township, New Berlin, Chenango Twenty Townships, Chenango County, New York, 1825 (Call number: (74773) 1825)
Survey map of Lot No.45 in the 16th Township, New Berlin, Chenango Twenty Townships, Chenango County, New York (Call number: (74773) 1816)
Calkins, Matthew. Survey map of Lots No. 8 and 22, 16th Township, New Berlin, Chenango Twenty Townships, Chenango County, New York (Call number: 5808)
Survey map of Town No. 16, New Berlin, Town No. 17, Columbus, with Edmeston, Chenango Twenty Townships, Chenango County, N.Y. Originally classed as a manuscript under call number XX4374(d). (Call number: (74773) [ca. 1815?])
Calkins, Matthew. Surveys and maps of Lots 16, 19 and 40 in the 16th Township, New Berlin, Chenango Twenty Townships, Chenango County, New York, 1799 (Call number: 5832)
Mathewson, Waterman. Survey map of part of Lots No. 19 and 40 in the 16th Township, New Berlin, Chenango Twenty Townships, Chenango County, New York, 1825 (Call number: (74773) 1825)
Rouse, Casper M. Map of a portion of Lot No. 2 in the Town of Guilford, Fayette Township, Chenango County, New York. A map of a portion of Lot No. 2 in the town[ship] of Fayette, including a portion of the Unadilla River. An accompanying fragmentary manuscript note, states “Map of the east part of Great Lot No. [2?], township of Fayette in the town of Guilford, N[ov.?] 1818 by Casper M. R[ouse].” The lot is in Chenango County, New York and the survey lists land several owners. (Call number: (74773) 1818)
Olney, J.G. Letter and survey map of Lot No.15 in Columbus, the 17th Township, Chenango Twenty Townships, Chenango County, N.Y., April 27, 1830 (Call number: 5783)
Aiken, Thomas. Letter and survey of Lot No. 34 in Columbus, 17th Township, Chenango Twenty Townships, Chenango County, New York, 1808. Original accession number: 5803 (Call number: (74773) 1808)
Clinton County, New York:
Birdsall, Benjamin. Survey map of part of Township No. 3, of the Old Military Tract, Clinton County, N.Y. (Call number: 5805)
Birdsall, Benjamin. Survey map of Lots No. 1-75, Township No. 3, of the Old Military Tract, Clinton County, New York (Call number: (74754 [17--?])
Granger, Judge. Survey map of Lots No. 35-75 in Township No. 3, of the old military tract, Clinton County, New York. Originally cataloged as 5829. (Call number: (74754) [ca. 1800])
Survey map of Platt's Great Location, Clinton County, New York, with the names of early proprietors. The map lists land owners. (Call number: (74754) [18--?])
Cortland County, New York:
Yates, P[eter?] W[aldron?]. Survey map of land in Lot No. 79, Solon, Cortland County, New York (Call number: 5827)
Delaware County, New York:
Brewster, Iram. Survey and map of Lot No. 91, in the Strasburgh Patent, Delaware County, New York, 1825 (Call number: 5785)
Essex County, New York:
Adgate, Mathew. Survey and map of Lots 36 and 46 in Adgate's Patent, Essex County, New York (Call number: 5806)
Rykert, [Philip?]. The above plot is a description of township No. 16 Totten & Crossfield's purchase drawn at random but as correct as my memory will serve ... Ph. Rykert, [ca. 1800]. Original catalog number: 5831.(Call number: (74753) [ca. 1800]) [A survey by [Philip?] Rykert of the 16th Township in the Totten and Crossfield Purchase, Essex County, New York. Includes a survey map.]
Fulton County, New York:
Survey map of the Klock and Nellis Patent, Fulton County, New York. (Call number: (74747) [17--?]) [A survey map of the Klock and Nellis Patent in the towns of Ephratah and Oppenheim, Fulton County (formerly Montgomery), New York including land owners' names]
McMartin, D.J. Survey map of Lot No. 10, Sacandaga Patent, Fulton County, New York, 1826 (Call number: (7474) 1826) [Sacandaga Patent was granted to Lendert Ganesvoort and others on December 2, 1741. A January 1826 survey map by D.J. McMartin of Sacandaga Patent in Fulton and Hamilton counties, New York. Fulton was formerly a part of Montgomery County. The map shows land owners.]
Hamilton County, New York:
Cooper, Charles D. Survey and map of property in Hamilton County, New York. (Call number: 5809)
Herkimer County, New York:
Chapin, Rufus. Survey map of Lot No. 24 in Bayard's Patent, Herkimer County, New York, 1804-1827 (Call number: (74761) 1804-1827) [Bayard's Patent was granted on June 12, 1771 to William and Robert Bayard and others. It was also called Freemason's Patent. A survey map of Lot No. 24 in Bayard's Patent, 1804, and annotated to 1827, with names of owners and dates of conveyance.]
Bayard, William. Survey and map of Lots B and D in Lot 88 of Bayard's Patent, Herkimer County, New York (Call number: 5823)
Survey map of a portion of the Royal Grant, Herkimer County, New York. (Call number: (74761) [17--?]) [The Royal Grant was patented by Sir John Johnson on April 16, 1765. A survey map of a portion of the Royal Grant situated between the Mohawk River and East Canada Creek and next to Timberman's Patent in the town of Manheim, Herkimer County, New York.]
Montgomery County, New York:
A map of lots in Sacondaga (Call number: (74746) [17--?]) [A survey and map of Broadalbin Patent and a portion of Northampton Patent in Montgomery County, New York.]
Survey map of a portion of Delancey Patent, Montgomery County, New York, with names of the early proprietors. Delancey's Patent was granted to James Delancey and others in 1737. (Call number: (74744) [18--?])
Oneida County, New York:
McNeil, H[enry?]. Survey map of Lot No. 15 in Bayard's Purchase together with the subdivisions with their contents marked thereon, 1797. Originally cataloged as 5824. (Call number: (7476) 1797) [The Bayard Patent, also known as Free Mason's Patent was granted to Nicholas Bayard in 1694. Title on verso: The survey of lot No. 15 in F.M. (i.e. Free Mason's) patent belonging to John Taylor, Esq. of Albany]
McNeil, Henry. Survey map of Lot D in No. 15 of Bayard's Patent [Bridgewater, Oneida County, N.Y.?], 1794 (Call number: 5797)
18th Town part of Brookfield, Madison County (Call number: (7476) [179-?]) [The Chenango Twenty Townships, known also as Governor's Purchase or Clinton's Purchase, was acquired by the State from the Oneidas in 1788 and patented to individuals between 1792 and 1794. Survey map of Brookfield, 18th and 19th Towns of Chenango Twenty Townships, Madison County, with Sangerfield, 20th Town of Chenango Twenty Townships, Oneida County, and a portion of Bridgewater, Oneida County, New York. Annotated with the names of a few proprietors.]
Letter and survey map of property in Oneida County, New York, 1845 (Call number: 5819)
Patrick, Ralph. Letter and survey map of Lot No. 29, Sangerfield, 20th Township, Chenango Twenty Townships, Oneida County, N.Y., December 5, 1822 (Call number: 5791)
Survey map of Fonda's Patent, Oneida County, New York (Call number: (74762) [178-?]) [A survey map of Fonda's Patent with the initials of the early proprietors.]
Wright, Benjamin. Survey and maps of Lots No. 1-5 and 46 in Fonda's Patent, Oneida County, New York, 1791 (Call number: Benjamin Wright Collection, SC21247, Folder 6)
Wright, Benjamin. Boundaries of Lot No. 87 in Fonda's Patent surveyed Nov. 2d, 1809 by Benj. Wright. Originally cataloged as 5821. (Call number: (74762) 1809). Benjamin Wright (1770-1842) was a land surveyor of Oneida and Oswego counties from 1792 to 1796 and active in the promotion of the New York State Canal. A November 2, 1809, survey by Benjamin Wright of property owned by John Tayler in Lot No. 87, Fonda's Patent, Oneida County, New York. Includes a survey map.
Oswego County, New York:
Moore, William. Deed, surveys, and map of land in Oswego County, New York, 1822 (Call number: 5798)
Schenck, Peter. Survey map of land in Volney, Oswego County, New York, 1823 (Call number: 5799)
Otsego County, New York:
Phelps, William. Survey and map of property near Cooperstown, New York. (Call number: 5807 – Missing December 2006)
Roseboom, Robert. Letter and survey maps of Lots No. 1-7 in Loudon's Patent, Otsego County, N.Y. [Decatur, N.Y.], November 7, 1810 (Call number: 5784)
Gilbert, Benjamin. Survey map of property on Otsego Lake, New York. (Call number: 5810)
Gilbert, B[enjamin?] M. Surveys of Oothoudt's Patent, Otsego County, New York, 1870-1871, and survey of Godfrey Miller's Patent (Call number: 11610)
A survey map of Schuyler's Patent, formerly Albany County, now primarily in Otsego County with a portion in Herkimer County, New York. The map gives the names of land owners, some illegible. A May 27, 1754, Indian deed granted the land to David Schuyler, Peter D. Schuyler, Nicholas Pickett and others. (Call number: (74774) [177-?])
Survey map of lot on the southern border of Springfield Patent, Otsego County, New York. (Call number: 5830)
Schoharie County, New York:
Colden, Alexander. Survey map of the south side of Stony Creek, Schoharie County, New York, granted to Michael Byrne and others (Call number: XM19820)
Survey map of Ten Eyck, Colden, Bleecker, Banyar, and Vrooman lands, Schoharie County, New York, 1771 (Call number: (74745) 1771)
Vrooman Family. Survey map of Vrooman lands, 1805 (Call number: (74745) 1805)
Campbell, Archibald. Survey and maps of Skinner's Patent, Schoharie County, New York, 1771 (Call number: 5800)
Van Alen, John E. Map of the south part of Strasborough Patent, Schoharie County, New York, 1793 (Call number: (74745) 1793) [A 1793 survey map by John E. Van Alen and Evert Van Alen of the south part of Strasborough Patent, the property of James Caldwell and Jeremiah Van Rensselaer, showing the names of numerous occupants.]
Seneca County, New York:
Annin, Joseph. A map of Lot No. 74, Junius, containing 557 acres (Call number: (74769) [18--?]) [A survey map by Joseph Annin of Lot No. 74 in Junius, (now Seneca Falls), Seneca County, New York, prior to 1829.]
Steuben County, New York:
Cooper, [Charles D.?]. Survey map of Township No. 1, 6th range in the Phelps and Gorham Purchase, Steuben County, New York (Call number: 5801 – Missing December 2006)
Phelps and Gorham Purchase:
Brian, Thomas. Survey of Dr. Vought's farm [Dr. John Vought, Monroe County, Phelps and Gorham's Purchase?] (Call number: 5825)
Arnold, S. Survey map of Lot No. 14, 1814 [in Phelps and Gorham's Purchase?] (Call number: 5828)
Cook, David. Survey of Lot No. 46, Town No. 9, 2nd range in the Phelps and Gorham Purchase [Gorham, Ontario County, New York?] (Call number: 5816)
Unidentified County:
Survey map of Dartmouth Patent, 1774, Oct. 4 (Call number: (7475) 1774) [Dartmouth Patent was granted to Jeremiah Van Rensselaer on October 4, 1774. A survey map of Dartmouth Patent (Warren, Saratoga, and Hamilton Counties, New York) for Jeremiah Van Rensselaer, James Abeel and 45 others.]
A map of land in the county of Montgomery in the State of New York, lying north of the Mohawk River and forfeited to the people of the state aforesaid by the attainder of Hugh Wallace, Esq (Call number: (74762) 1784) [The Sadaqueda Patent was granted to Frederick Morris and others on June 25, 1736. A 1784 survey map of Sadaqueda Patent, Oneida (then Montgomery) County, New York with names of the proprietors.]
Unidentified Locations:
Survey map of lots on unidentified street and city (Call number: 8220)
Van Rensselaer, S[tephen?]. Survey map of S.[tephen?] Van Rensselaer's land. Formerly classed as a manuscript under call number XX4374u. (Call number: (74742) [18--?])
Map of Robin Street intersected by Wolf (now Madison Ave.) and Buffalo (now Hudson Ave.) streets being the subdivision of Lots No. 1 and 2 on the north side of Wolf Street, [Albany, N.Y. ?] (Call number: (74743) [181-?])
Survey map of lots on Court Street [now Broadway, Albany, N.Y.?] (Call number: (74743) [18--]) [Survey map of lots on Court Street showing Kilbrier Wharf, L[eonard ?] Gansevoorts Dock and State Street [Albany, NY ?]
Stoner, Thomas. Survey and map with deed, 1798-1828 (Call number: 5811)
Edwards, Rodolfus. Survey map of property on the Unadilla River, New York. (Call number: 5802)
Last Updated: April 24, 2017