Manuscripts Division
William L. Clements Library
University of Michigan

Finding aid for
Wilson Family Papers, 1704-1884

Finding aid created by
Roger King

Summary Information
Title: Wilson family papers
Creator: Wilson family
Inclusive dates: 1704-1884
Extent: 16.25 linear feet
Abstract:
The Wilson papers contain letters and documents relating to the lives and careers of three generations of the family of William Wilson, residents of Clermont, N.Y. in the mid-Hudson River Valley.

Language: The material is in English
Repository: William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan
909 S. University Ave.
The University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1190
Phone: 734-764-2347
Web Site: www.clements.umich.edu


Access and Use
Acquisition Information:

1952. M-898, M-983.

Access Restrictions:

The collection is open for research.

Copyright:

Copyright status is unknown.

Preferred Citation:

Wilson family papers, William L. Clements Library, The University of Michigan


Arrangement

The collection is organized by creator and type of document.


Biography

In 1756, William Wilson was born into a minister's family in Wooler, Northumberland, a farming community in the Scottish borderlands. The third of four sons, William enrolled at the University of Glasgow intending for the ministry, and after receiving his bachelor's degree in 1778, succeeded his father, Alexander (1710-1777), in the pulpit of the Scots Church in Wooler. Yet William's ministerial career was short lived. Following a family squabble of an unclear nature, he abandoned the clergy, and possibly the Scottish church as well, to take up the study of medicine. The turbulence of these years was leavened, however, by his marriage to Mary Howey (1753-1801), with whom he soon began to raise a family, beginning with two sons, Henry Howey Wilson, who died in his infancy in 1782, and Alexander (1783-1805).

Having completed his medical education by 1784, William decided to emigrate to North America, but the obstinate refusal of his father-in-law to allow Mary out of his sight, led to a sundering of the Wilson household. After two months at sea, he disembarked in New York City, and traveled directly to Clermont, a small Hudson River town that served as the seat of the powerful Livingston family. Chancellor Robert R. Livingston himself may have lured Wilson to Columbia County, but it is unclear when or where the two men became acquainted. The fact that Wilson found his way so quickly to Clermont, though, and that he began to attend patients within two weeks of his arrival there, suggests that his route there was thoroughly planned.

For two years, Wilson struggled to bring his wife to America, and only the intervention of his brother, Alexander, allowed her to escape from the control of her father. Once reunited, the couple returned to the business of raising a family, producing seven more children before Mary's death in 1801. It was not until 1820 that William chose to remarry, uniting with the much younger Hannah Shufeldt (1784-1876), probably a relative of his daughter Mary's (1792-1887) husband. Wilson remained at Clermont until his death in 1828, shouldering diverse responsibilities for both the Livingston family and the residents of Columbia County. At various times, Wilson served as administrator of the Livingston's rental properties, deputy postmaster of Clermont, school supervisor, judge in the county court, physician and founder of the Medical Society of Dutchess and Columbia Counties, farmer and vice president of the Agricultural Society of Dutchess and Columbia Counties, and member of the Board of Directors of the Highland Turnpike Company.

William's eldest surviving son, Alexander, and his third son Robert Livingston Wilson (1794-1830) attended Union College before serving legal clerkships to prepare for entry into the law. Alexander's life and legal career, however, were to be tragically short. After completing his clerkship in Albany, and shortly after he was admitted to the bar, Alexander contract an unspecified disease and died in 1805 at the age of only 22. His untimely death left his wife of three months, Mary Thong Livingston (1783-1841), to bear their son, Alexander, alone.

Eleven years younger than Alexander, Robert began his clerkship in Kinderhook, but moved to New York City to study under William Slosson. His training must have been very good, for in subsequent years, Robert rose to a level of some prominence in New York legal circles. He was licensed to practice before the State Supreme Court in 1818, and in 1821 was appointed Commissioner of Deeds for the city. In addition to his law practice, Robert acted as his father's business, legal, and personal representative in New York City, and wrote frequently to his father on all matter of legal affairs and offering his professional advice. Robert's health began to deteriorate in the 1820s, and he died of an undetermined cause in 1830 at 36.

Following Alexander's death in 1805, the teenaged William Henry Wilson (1791-1884) became the eldest living Wilson boy, and was thus thrust into a position of responsibility for the family estate in Columbia County. In his late teens, William was accepted into a medical apprenticeship, after which he served as a surgeon's mate on the Lake Champlain frontier during the War of 1812. His hopes for a career in the military were dashed with the reduction in forces at the end of the war, and so William returned to Clermont, seeking a future. He briefly considered leaving the state, but in the early 1820s, his father's failing health led him to assume management of the family's many interests and responsibilities. William married a Philadelphian, Anne Hulme (1799-1881), in 1829, having two children, Anne H. and Harold (1836-1919).

The last of the Wilson brothers, Stephen Bayard Wilson (1795-1863), went to sea as a deckhand at the age of fourteen on a ship bound for Calcutta. When he reached India, he was greeted with the unpleasant surprise that war had broken out. After a period of imprisonment, Stephen made his way to England, where, according to family tradition, he was again imprisoned, gaining first hand knowledge of Dartmoor Prison. This piece of family lore, however, cannot be confirmed in the records. Upon his assuredly grateful return to the United States, Stephen set his cap on entering the military, taking and passing the eligibility examination for an ensign's commission in 1812. In these tense times, Stephen was assigned to "pirate patrol" in the Mediterranean, designed to counter the depredations of the Barbary State navies. Ultimately he attained the rank of Captain, commanding a ship in the Gulf of Mexico during the Mexican War. He married Margaret Sanderson (b. 1806) in 1828, and retired from the Navy in 1862, dying one year later.

If it can be said that the Wilson boys led successful -- though at times brief -- lives, the same cannot be said about the daughters. With a woman's role in life intimately bound up with the class position of their husband, the Wilson girls displayed a singular penchant for entering into poor matches. Frances, "Fanny" (1787-1879), was the most fortunate of William Wilson's daughters, marrying Fyler Dibblee, a member of a prominent Dutchess County family. Dibblee enjoyed modest success as a farmer and small-time merchant in Pine Plains, but the financial panic of 1819 devastated his finances, resulting in a sheriff's sale of his property, and the departure of the family for New York City.

Richard Dibblee (1787-1864), one of Fyler's brothers, married Elizabeth "Eliza" Wilson (1797-1879), and soon proved even more inept at finance. There is good indication that William Wilson bought a farm for the young couple, and he contributed much needed money to their maintenance for several years. William's second daughter, Mary Ann (1792-1887), married George A. Shufeldt against her father's wishes, and against the advice of most of the rest of the family. Shufeldt appears to have been a spend-thrift of the highest order, and like Elizabeth and Frances, Mary Ann suffered from the ill management of her husband. Finally, the fourth and youngest daughter, Alicia, "Nancy" (1799-1888), married a merchant, David Van Deusen, who died in his thirties and left a debt ridden business for his widow to contend with. Nancy was forced to buy back her own furniture from David's creditors, and eventually made her home with a married daughter.


Collection Scope and Content Note

The Wilson family papers contains over 4,000 letters relating to the lives and fortunes of three generations of the family of William Wilson, residents of Clermont, N.Y, in the mid-Hudson River Valley. Virtually all of the letters in the collection were received by members of the Wilson family, with only a very few out-going drafts. Together, these present an impressively detailed perspective on many aspects of family life, political culture, agriculture, commerce, and the economy of Columbia and Dutchess County, N.Y., in the fifty years following the end of the American Revolution. As well being educated, energetic members of the social elite, the Wilsons engaged in a variety of pursuits, from the legal and medical professions, to land proprietorship, farming, and politics, and they commented extensively at every turn. A genealogical chart of the Wilson family, detailing the relationships of all those mentioned in the collection can be found in box 42:11.

The core of the Wilson papers consists of the letters received by William Wilson, who shouldered a wide variety of responsibilities in Columbia and Dutchess counties and knew their residents intimately. The breadth of his interests brought him into contact with many of the state's leading citizens, but also with the tenant farmers, medical patients, merchants and clerks. William's major pursuit in life was medicine, and his surviving papers contain seven medical daybooks (40:3; 47:9-14), providing a chronological record of his visits, diagnoses and prescriptions, as well as his fees. He also kept two notebooks dealing with the causes and symptoms of various diseases (47:15, 16), and scattered throughout his papers are letters from patients discussing their illnesses. Of particular importance are the letters relative to the deaths of Chancellor Robert R. Livingston and his wife, for whom Wilson was the attending physician (18:6-10; 19:15, 21, 23). Wilson was also a founding member of the Medical Society of Dutchess and Columbia Counties in 1796, and was associated with the founding of the New York Medical Society, as well as with the effort to establish a medical college (15:69; 16:17, 24, 44, 46, 52, 66, 70, 76, 80; 17:3, 13, 17, 23, 29; 45:19).

William Wilson was also employed as an administrator of landed property, usually for members of the Livingston family, and particularly Henry Livingston (1752/53-1823). The wide-spread unrest among "General Livingston's" tenants is discussed in many of the letters, along with more general discussions of land tenure, proprietary power, and tenant satisfaction. Wilson also served as administrator for the property of Chancellor Robert R. Livingston, especially during the latter's appointment to France, for two absentee landlords from New York City, Walter Rutherford and J. Stark Robinson (41:1, 2); and he was an executor or administrator for the estates of Robert Cambridge Livingston (1742-1794) (42:1), Peter Robert Livingston (1737-1794) (42:7), and the Chancellor (42:6). The materials relating to Livingston rental properties consists largely of receipts for rents received, but also include lease agreements, about twenty account books relative to the Chancellor's lands, and negotiations for the sale of land, especially the Chancellor's property in New Jersey after his death.

In 1791, Wilson added the office of Deputy Postmaster to his collection of responsibilities, becoming the first such agent for the town of Clermont. He was reappointed in 1803, and continued at his lucrative post until surrendering it to his son in 1825. As with everything else, Wilson saved all of his papers (42:12-15), and this the collection includes Wilson's original appointment commissions, signed by Post Master General Timothy Pickering (1:46 and 12:72), as well as the postal accounts and other records, which are generally of an administrative and bureaucratic nature. There are a few scattered items from correspondents critical of the speed and unreliability of the mails.

William Wilson also filled various political appointments in the county, and was active in state politics. As a Jeffersonian-Republican, befitting a friend of Chancellor Livingston, he played an important local role as judge of the county court, yet while many of his letters are addressed to "Judge" Wilson, virtually nothing pertaining to his official judicial activities survives in the collection apart from a series of receipts from various sheriffs and a few examinations of a woman for illegitimacy (43:44; 41:19). However Wilson corresponded with other judges and lawyers in the region, a fair amount of which has been preserved, especially from Peter Van Schaack and members of the prominent Van Ness family. Wilson's role as one of the first school supervisors in the area is represented by some scant records (41:22), as is his position as a commissioner for the granting of tavern licenses (41:23).

Wilson was involved in two other county-wide projects that had an important impact on Columbia County, and for which there is excellent material. One of these was the construction of the Highland Turnpike, which ran from Westchester County to near Albany, with gates in Columbia County. Wilson sat on its Board of Directors, and was a frequent and regular correspondent with its president, Joseph Howland (43:1, 2). Howland's are among the few letters that bear on broader national issues, and are in many ways the most interesting series of letters in the collection (see especially 17:87). Secondly, Wilson was instrumental in the establishment of the Agricultural Society of Dutchess and Columbia Counties, or the "Farm Club," as it was usually called. As (variously) president, vice president, secretary, or treasurer, Wilson was intimately involved in the operation of the organization. Of particular interest is the material relative to the annual county fairs held by the club, and the notifications from potential participants, the standards for awards, and the lists of winners (41:3-11). These records, together with the information to be gathered from the receipts from merchants, presents a detailed picture of agricultural life in the rural Hudson Valley.

In sum, those portions of the Wilson Papers that deal directly with William Wilson and his many activities provides a comprehensive picture of rural life in Columbia County and the state of New York in the forty years after the American Revolution.

The letters from Wilson's children offer insights into other aspects of life in early nineteenth-century New York. Alexander Wilson wrote many letters to his father while a student, and it is from his papers that one gets a good idea of the nature of legal education at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Alexander's early death means there is little material relating to his career as a practicing attorney, but what is lacking from Alexander is more than made up for by the papers of his younger brother, Robert. Robert kept extensive records of his practice, including a register of cases covering the entire period of his independent practice in New York, 1823-1830 (46:17), and his day books and account books, which list his professional duties preformed on behalf of clients, and his expenses, fees, and collections (40:1; 46:15,16). The Wilson Papers also includes file papers for many of the cases in which Robert participated (43:5-30), providing a broad, and occasionally deep insight into one man's legal practice in the early 19th century.

The letters of Wilson's other sons are less numerous than those of Alexander and Robert. William H. spent most of his life in Clermont, and so wrote less often, and Stephen B. was a secretive man, who simply did not write many letters. William H. wrote several letters during his tour of duty on the Lake Champlain frontier during the War of 1812 (18:43, 52; 19:18, 26, 36, 47, 56, 60, 68; 20:16, 18), but these are preoccupied with descriptions of camp life and military "politics" rather than strategy or the social impact of the war. William succeeded his father as Deputy Postmaster in 1825, and kept the same copious records as his father (42:12-15). He was not, however, as active in politics as his father, and except for a few letters relating to his run for a seat in the state senate in 1839, and some candidate lists and election return broadsides (41:25-27), there is little of political interest in William's papers. Stephen's letters are the more interesting for their rarity. When he does write, it is well worth the reading.

In addition to the letters written and collected by William, William H., and Robert L. Wilson, the Wilson Papers contain a vast quantity of documents. The largest category of this material contains an enormous number of accounts and receipts from merchants with whom the Wilsons did business. In terms of the number of items, fully half of the Wilson Papers is comprised of these accounts. Approximately 800 individual laborers, craftsmen, merchants, and business firms are represented as having done business with one or another member of the Wilson family, and the collection includes accounts for nearly every kind of household goods, from furniture to food to building materials, agricultural supplies, from seeds to fruit trees to sheep, and personal goods, from cheap "segars" to an "invalid chair" for Robert L., to wine.

The accounts (box 44 and 45:1-16) are arranged alphabetically by creditor. A complete list of merchants and firms represented in the collection is included under "Merchants" in the subject index. The accounts are a particularly valuable resource for social historians. For example the accounts of Samuel Haner (44:12) document aspects of blacksmithing; those of the Clermont grocers Bonesteel and Broadhead (44:4) reveal aspects of diet and nutrition; those of Thomas Beekman (44:2) document medicine and medical supplies; and those of Peter Outwater (45:6) provide information on transportation and commerce on the Hudson River. Receipts for payment that do not include goods or services are filed by surname (45:20-23). The collection also includes a number of the Wilsons' account books, especially William's and Robert's, which offer a view of the other side of the ledger (40:5; 46:18; 47:1, 2).

A second subdivision of the collection, and one closely related to the merchant accounts, deals with land administration. In addition to the correspondence of Henry Livingston with William Wilson mentioned above, the collection contains several subject files related to this important issue in Hudson River Valley history. Most important are the folders containing information on absentee landlords (41:1, 2); deeds (41:4); land grants (43:4); leases (43:31, 32); mortgages (45:17); various rental accounts (46:1-7); surveys and surveying (46:8); as well as William Wilson's rental account books (46:17-20).

Finally the collection contains a small body of material of an essentially genealogical or local history value, and a wide, if not very deep, collection of letters of the Livingston family. William Wilson was an executor for some of the Livingston family estates, most notably for Robert Cambridge Livingston (42:1, 2) and Robert R. Livingston (42:3-6), as well as for other estates (41:29; 42:7-10). The information included in the "genealogy" folder (42:11) is particularly helpful in interpreting the material relating to estate settlement and administration.

The local history of the town of Clermont and Columbia County appears throughout the collection, ranging from arrest warrants to local taxes, and including a very important group of papers relating to the establishment of Clermont Academy (41:16-23). As for the Livingstons, while the famous Chancellor does not overpower the collection, the Livingston family does play an important part. Over sixty members of the family are mentioned in some significant way in the Wilson Papers. Some -- like "General" Henry with his tenant problems, the administration of the estates of Walter T. Livingston (1772-1827) and the Chancellor (42:3-7), or the letters of Edward Philip Livingston (1779-1843) concerning his trip to France -- are meaningful parts of the collection (9:78, 86, 98; 10:8, 64). Other Livingstons are merely the signers of documents or letters, such as Janet Livingston Montgomery's (1743-1828) announcement that she plans to enter the Farm Club fair, a request from Mary Thong Livingston Wilson for financial assistance after the birth of Wilson's grandson, or the Chancellor's grandson, Clermont Livingston, who signed a quit claim deed for the benefit of Clermont Academy.

In sum, the Wilson papers are primarily a collection of family papers. While some members of the family participated in significant activities, and while the letters relating to those activities are important, there is a strongly personal aspect about them, and whatever broader historical significance that can be gotten from them must be gotten in the mass.

Subject Terms

    Subjects:
    • Agriculture.
    • Banks and banking.
    • Elections.
    • Estates (Law)
    • Landlord and tenant.
    • Law--Cases.
    • Medicine.
    • Merchants--Accounting.
    • New York (State)
    • Politics, Practical.
    Genre Terms:
    • Account books.
    • Accounts.
    • Civil court records.
    • Daybooks.
    • Deeds.
    • Depositions.
    • Daybooks.
    • Estate administration records.
    • Legal documents.
    • Probate records.
    • Receipts (financial records)
    • Surveys.
    Contents List
       Container / Location    Title
     
    Correspondence [series]:
    Box   1  
     1729-1794
    Box   2  
     1795-1796
    Box   3  
     1797 January-September
    Box   4  
     1797 October-1798 June
    Box   5  
     1798 July-December
    Box   6  
     1799 January-June
    Box   7  
     1799 July-1800 March
    Box   8  
     1800 April-December
    Box   9  
     1801 January-October
    Box   10  
     1801 November-1802 August
    Box   11  
     1802 September-1803 March
    Box   12  
     1803 April-1804 March
    Box   13  
     1804 April-1805 March
    Box   14  
     1805 April-1806 August
    Box   15  
     1806 September-1808 December
    Box   16  
     1809 January-1811 June
    Box   17  
     1811 September-1812 July
    Box   18  
     1812 August-1813 December
    Box   19  
     1814
    Box   20  
     1815
    Box   21  
     1816
    Box   22  
     1817 January-September
    Box   23  
     1817 October-1818 May
    Box   24  
     1818 June-1819 April
    Box   25  
     1819 May-1820 May
    Box   26  
     1820 June-1821 July
    Box   27  
     1821 August-1822 May
    Box   28  
     1822 June-1823 December
    Box   29  
     1824-1825 January
    Box   30  
     1825 February-1826 April
    Box   31  
     1826 May-1827 June
    Box   32  
     1827 July-1828 October
    Box   33  
     1828 November-1830 January
    Box   34  
     1830 February-1832
    Box   35  
     1833-1837
    Box   36  
     1838-1842
    Box   37  
     1843-1849
    Box   38  
     1850-1859
    Box   39  
     1862-1942
     
    Wilson, Robert L. [series]:
    Box   40 Folder   1
    Legal Day Book,  1825,  1825 June-1829 October 19
     
    Wilson, William [series]:
    Box   40 Folder   2
    Day Book,  1803 September 13-May 04
    Box   40 Folder   3
    Medical Day Book,  1795 November 17-1799 January 14
    Box   40 Folder   4
    Rental Account Book,  1792 December 31-1808 May 05
     
    Wilson, William H. [series]:
    Box   40 Folder   5
    Account Book,  1828 December 24-1839 June 15
     
    Absentee Landlords [series]:
    Box   41 Folder   1
    J. Stark Robertson,  1790 January 26-1801 December 04
    Box   41 Folder   2
    Walter Rutherford,  1764 December 04-1808 May 21
     
    Agricultural Society [series]:
    Box   41 Folder   3
    Accounts,  1815 March-1816 October 28
    Box   41 Folder   4
    Constitution, By-Laws, Minutes,  1816 January 11-1833 February
    Box   41 Folder   5
    Correspondence,  1815 December 16-1824 January 27
    Box   41 Folder   6
    County Fair,  1817 August 25-1818 September 19
    Box   41 Folder   7
    County Fair,  1819 March 01-November 11
    Box   41 Folder   8
    County Fair,  1822 February 18-October 26
    Box   41 Folder   9
    Lawsuit,  1819 August
    Box   41 Folder   10
    Membership,  1817 November 14-1821 September 19
    Box   41 Folder   11
    Misc.,  ca. 1816-ca. 1830
     
    Anonymous [series]:
    Box   41 Folder   12
    Day Book,  1825-1826
     
    Banks and Banking [series]:
    Box   41 Folder   13
     1814 August 20-1855 [see index for complete list]
     
    Bridges, Highways and Railroads [series]:
    Box   41 Folder   14
     1796 October 01-1849 October 22
     
    Church Assessments [series]:
    Box   41 Folder   15
     1818 November 02-1828 December 12
     
    Clermont, N.Y. [series]:
    Box   41 Folder   16
    Accounts,  [1799]-1803 August 03
    Box   41 Folder   17
    Arrest warrants,  1798 April 18-1800 December 02
    Box   41 Folder   18
    Clermont Academy,  1834 February 04-ca. 1900
    Box   41 Folder   19
    Constable,  1798 April 09-1811 June 18
    Box   41 Folder   20
    Elected Officials,  1795 April 07-1804 January 4
    Box   41 Folder   21
    Misc. local history,  1811 December 01-1901
    Box   41 Folder   22
    Schools,  1796 March 15-1824 August 01
    Box   41 Folder   23
    Tavern licenses,  1795 March 02-1817 March 04
     
    Deeds [series]:
    Box   41 Folder   24
     1714 October 25-1846 June 11
     
    Election Returns [series]:
    Box   41 Folder   25
    Columbia County,  1790-1864
    Box   41 Folder   26
    N.Y. State,  1789-1844
    Box   41 Folder   27
    U.S.,  1787-1840
     
    Elections [series]:
    Box   41 Folder   28
    Candidate lists,  1850s,  1860s
     
    Estates [series]:
    Box   41 Folder   29
    B-H
    Box   41 Folder   30
    Cockburn, James,  1798 September-1809 January 16
    Box   41 Folder   31
    Cockburn, James, Account with Wm. Wilson,  1786 May 06-1794 December 11
    Box   42 Folder   1
    Livingston, Robert C. (1742-1794), Leases,  1797 January 01-1807 April 21
    Box   42 Folder   2
    Livingston, Robert C. (1742-1794), Legal papers, accounts, misc.,  1790 June 02-1809 July 03
    Box   42 Folder   3
    Livingston, Robert R. (1746-1813), Accounts,  1812 May 01-1827 June 22
    Box   42 Folder   4
    Livingston, Robert R. (1746-1813), Administration, Misc.,  1792 November-1825 January 29
    Box   42 Folder   5
    Livingston, Robert R. (1746-1813), Debts owed to/by estate,  1813 May 24-1823 July 22
    Box   42 Folder   6
    Livingston, Robert R. (1746-1813), Leases and sales,  1801 May 01-1827 June 22
    Box   42 Folder   7
    Livingston family,  undated
    Box   42 Folder   8
    N-W
    Box   42 Folder   9
    Wilson, Robert L.,  1826 October-1833 May 20
    Box   42 Folder   10
    Wilson, William,  1830 April 23-1855 December 03
     
    Genealogy [series]:
    Box   42 Folder   11
     1868 January 11-ca. 1930, [see index for list of families]
     
    General Post Office [series]:
    Box   42 Folder   12
    Accounts,  1810-1829
    Box   42 Folder   13
    Accounts,  1830-1849
    Box   42 Folder   14
    Corespondence, Misc.,  1815 February 23-1842 January 23;  1935 March 06-09
    Box   42 Folder   15
    Receipts,  1799 January 25-1849 April 01
     
    Highland Turnpike Co. [series]:
    Box   43 Folder   1
    Correspondence, Joseph Howland to Wm. Wilson,  1812 June 25-1825 December 29
    Box   43 Folder   2
    Correspondence, Joseph Howland to Wm. H. Wilson,  1826 January 25-1833 June 04
    Box   43 Folder   3
    Misc. and accounts,  1810 May-1829 February 24
     
    Land Grants [series]:
    Box   43 Folder   4
     1738 February 07-1813 April 12
     
    Law--Cases [see index for complete list of litigants] [series]:
    Box   43 Folder   5
    Bank, Franklin v Stephen Gould,  1823 August 29-1826 December 05
    Box   43 Folder   6
    Bartlett, Robert v James Matthews,  1825 December 13-1827 June 04
    Box   43 Folder   7
    Benedict, James v Dudley Shelden et al.,  1828 June 20-September 22
    Box   43 Folder   8
    Brown, John C. v George C. Lamb,  1826 June 20-December 07
    Box   43 Folder   9
    Cantello, William J. v Charles Langlois,  1826 December-1827 October 25
    Box   43 Folder   10
    Corbin, Francis P. v Townshend Cock and Joel Conklin,  1828 March 03-April 22
    Box   43 Folder   11
    Corry, Samuel v John I. Webb,  1828 December 03-1829 April 16
    Box   43 Folder   12
    Deming, Lemuel v John M. Willard,  1827 September-1828 March 04
    Box   43 Folder   13
    Hall, Henry v Anthony Kerr,  1828 May 26-1830 May 17
    Box   43 Folder   14
    Hamlin, Asher P. (heirs) v John van Vechten,  1825
    Box   43 Folder   15
    Harrison, William (estate) v Edmund Elmendorph, Stephen Gould, et al.,  1823 January 17-1827 March 05
    Box   43 Folder   16
    Hattrick, Peter v Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the City of New York,  1825 June-November 09
    Box   43 Folder   17
    Langlois, Charles v William Canbtello,  1826 January 27-1828 July 18
    Box   43 Folder   18
    Livingston, Robert R. (1746-1813) v Henry Walter,  1799 October 16-22
    Box   43 Folder   19
    Lynch, Dominick v William P. Page,  1827 November 01-1828 May
    Box   43 Folder   20
    Lynch, Henry v Brasher,  1829 April 10
    Box   43 Folder   21
    Lynch, Henry v. Whitehead Howard,  1827 May-1828 May 30
    Box   43 Folder   22
    Misc. accounts and receipts,  1787 June 21-1830 June 21
    Box   43 Folder   23
    Misc. correspondence,  1797 April 20-1829 November 04
    Box   43 Folder   24
    Slocomb, Jared v John E. Ross,  1828 October 01-1829 April 10
    Box   43 Folder   25
    Smith, John P. v Morris Reade,  1827 April 03-1829 October
    Box   43 Folder   26
    Stone, Frederick W. v George C. Lamb,  1826 November 30-1827 February 27
    Box   43 Folder   27
    Thompson, William A. v John L. Norton,  1828 May 22-1830 February 18
    Box   43 Folder   28
    Tice, John v John L. Norton,  1829 March 27-October 30
    Box   43 Folder   29
    Van Ness, Jacob v Henry Lynk,  1799 April 27-December 19
    Box   43 Folder   30
    Van Ness, Jacob v Henry Walter,  1799 April 26-1800 July 02
     
    Leases [series]:
    Box   43 Folder   31
     1742 May 25-1799 December 20
    Box   43 Folder   32
     1801 April 15-1863 October 17
     
    Lee, John [series]:
    Box   43 Folder   33
    Medical Day Book,  1795 August 14-1796 December 12
     
    Legal Actions [series]:
    Box   43 Folder   34
    Bankruptcy,  1800 June 05-1801 September 15
    Box   43 Folder   35
    Bonds (notes of indebtedness),  1796 May 04-1825 April 17
    Box   43 Folder   36
    Confiscation (property),  1797 August 19-1828 October 23
    Box   43 Folder   37
    Contracts,  1815 May-1825 May 14
    Box   43 Folder   38
    Deed of Trust,  1816 February 26
    Box   43 Folder   39
    Depositions,  1795 May 23-1797 September 27
    Box   43 Folder   40
    Ejectment,  ca. 1805
    Box   43 Folder   41
    Indenture,  1795 September 07-December 10
    Box   43 Folder   42
    Misc.,  1796 October 08-1829 February 09
    Box   43 Folder   43
    Notarized statements,  1816 November 04-1826 May 11
    Box   43 Folder   44
    Paternity suits,  1796 October 08-1805 May 09
    Box   43 Folder   45
    Power of Attorney,  1793 October-1827 October 11
    Box   43 Folder   46
    Subpoenas,  1796 November 04-1803 June 11
     
    Leroy, Levi [series]:
    Box   43 Folder   47
    Account Book,  1846-1850
     
    Livingston, T. Ferguson [series]:
    Box   43 Folder   48
    Rental account,  1806
     
    Merchants' Accounts [series]:
    Box   44 Folder   1
    A
    Box   44 Folder   2
    Bac-Bee
    Box   44 Folder   3
    Bel-Bog
    Box   44 Folder   4
    Bon
    Box   44 Folder   5
    Bos-But
    Box   44 Folder   6
    Cad-Clu
    Box   44 Folder   7
    Coc-Cur
    Box   44 Folder   8
    Dai-Dib
    Box   44 Folder   9
    Dic-Duy
    Box   44 Folder   10
    E-F
    Box   44 Folder   11
    G
    Box   44 Folder   12
    Hai-Haw
    Box   44 Folder   13
    Hee-Hof
    Box   44 Folder   14
    Hol-I
    Box   44 Folder   15
    J-K
    Box   44 Folder   16
    Lam-Lew
    Box   44 Folder   17
    Lit-Lyn
    Box   45 Folder   1
    Mac-Mey
    Box   45 Folder   2
    Mid-Mye
    Box   45 Folder   3
    Misc.
    Box   45 Folder   4
    N
    Box   45 Folder   5
    O
    Box   45 Folder   6
    P
    Box   45 Folder   7
    Rac-Roi
    Box   45 Folder   8
    Roo-Ryk
    Box   45 Folder   9
    Sag-Smi
    Box   45 Folder   10
    Sny-Swo
    Box   45 Folder   11
    T-U
    Box   45 Folder   12
    Val-VanDyk
    Box   45 Folder   13
    VanEtt-Vra
    Box   45 Folder   14
    Wac-Whi
    Box   45 Folder   15
    Wig-Wil
    Box   45 Folder   16
    Win-You
     
    Mortgages [series]:
    Box   45 Folder   17
     1799 December 14-1829 October 06
     
    New York Medical College [series]:
    Box   45 Folder   18
     1810 September 17
     
    New York Medical Society [series]:
    Box   45 Folder   19
     1811 April 16-1814 January 06
     
    Receipts [series]:
    Box   45 Folder   20
    Livingston,  1790-1816
    Box   45 Folder   21
    Misc.,  1791-1855
    Box   45 Folder   22
    Wilson, Robert L.,  1817-1829
    Box   45 Folder   23
    Wilson, William,  1786-1829
    Box   46 Folder   1
    Wilson, William H.,  1819-1857
     
    Rental Accounts [Lists of tenants with rent owed] [series]:
    Box   46 Folder   2
    Livingston family,  1790 May 17-1807 April 20
    Box   46 Folder   3
    Misc.,  1785 March 16-1803 March 07
     
    Rental, Miscellaneous [series]:
    Box   46 Folder   4
     1798 May 24-1826 June 21
     
    Rental Receipts [Individual receipts for rent paid] [series]:
    Box   46 Folder   5
    Livingston family,  1790-1799
    Box   46 Folder   6
    Livingston family,  1800-1856
    Box   46 Folder   7
    Wilson,  1799 January 09-1811 June 07
     
    Surveys and Surveying [series]:
    Box   46 Folder   8
     1741 August 18-1816 July 13
     
    Taxation, Clermont; Columbia County, N.Y.; et al. [series]:
    Box   46 Folder   9
     1787-1873 April 18
     
    Wilson, Alicia Ann [series]:
    Box   46 Folder   10
    School exercise book,  1811 July 17-October 13
     
    Wilson, Robert L. [series]:
    Box   46 Folder   11
    Account Book,  1821 March 14-1827 June
    Box   46 Folder   12
    Bankbooks,  1816 March 13-1829 October 01
    Box   46 Folder   13
    Checkbooks,  1826 May 04-1830 March 30
    Box   46 Folder   14
    Legal Account Book,  1815 October 31-1821 December 18
    Box   46 Folder   15
    Legal Account Book,  1824 August-1830 March 27
    Box   46 Folder   16
    Legal Notebook,  1814
    Box   46 Folder   17
    Register of legal cases,  1823 May 20-1830 February 22
     
    Wilson, William [series]:
    Box   46 Folder   18
    Account Book,  1783 December-1793 January
    Box   47 Folder   1
    Account Book,  1799-1815
    Box   47 Folder   2
    Agricultural Notebook,  1810-1816
    Box   47 Folder   3
    Bank Books,  1809 August 07-1814 May 31
    Box   47 Folder   4
    Checks,  1807
    Box   47 Folder   5
    Daybooks,  1789 September-1792 November ;  1799 January 01-1803 November 03
    Box   47 Folder   6
    Diary of passage to N.Y.,  1784 April 24 -June 20
    Box   47 Folder   7
    Index to account books,  ca. 1795
    Box   47 Folder   8
    Index to rent ledger,  undated
    Box   47 Folder   9
    Individual medical accounts,  1791 November 01-1799 March 10
    Box   47 Folder   10
    Medical Daybook,  1784 July 08-1797 October 23
    Box   47 Folder   11
    Medical Daybook,  1787 December 04-1790 April 28
    Box   47 Folder   12
    Medical Daybook,  1790 May 01-1792 August 31
    Box   47 Folder   13
    Medical Daybook,  1793 January 20-1794 March 06
    Box   47 Folder   14
    Medical Daybook,  1795 August 14-1796 December 12
    Box   47 Folder   15
    Medical Handbook,  undated
    Box   47 Folder   16
    Medical Notebook,  undated
    Box   47 Folder   17
    "New Jersey Book" (land surveys and leases),  1792-1798
    Box   47 Folder   18
    Rental Account Book,  1793-1806
    Box   47 Folder   19
    Rental Account Book,  1794,  1797,  1799,  1801,  1803,  1807
    Box   47 Folder   20
    Rental arrears,  1808 January 01
    Box   48  
    Wilson, William H. [series]:
     
    Account Book,  1868 June 01-September 30
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    Partial Subject Index
    Accounts receivable
    • 40:1-3, 5
    • 46:11, 14, 15, 18
    • 47:1, 7, 9, 21
    Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848
    • 30:5
    Agricultural exhibitions--New York (State)
    • 41:6-8
    Agricultural laws and legislation--New York (State)
    • 24:78, 79
    Agricultural machinery
    • 1:6
    • 3:45
    • 18:30
    Agricultural Society of Dutchess and Columbia Counties
    • 20:2, 5, 8, 9, 12, 50
    • 21:18, 29, 30
    • 22:3, 6, 70
    • 23:14, 17, 41, 57, 61
    • 24:31, 95, 98, 102
    • 25:5, 32, 45, 46, 74
    • 27:17, 57, 58
    • 30:31
    • 41:3-11
    Agriculture--New York (State)
    • 2:12
    • 3:48
    • 6:82
    • 8:1, 2
    • 12:7, 8
    • 15:49
    • 16:59, 71
    • 17:43
    • 20:46, 47
    • 23:23, 64, 65
    • 24:85, 91
    • 25:94
    • 26:56, 57, 58, 65, 92
    • 27:8, 38
    • 29:45
    • 36:9
    • 47:2
    Apprentices--New York (State)
    • 19:32
    • 35:6, 8
    Arrest--New York (State)
    • 41:17
    Baltimore (Md.)--Description and travel
    • 33:45
    Banking law--New York (State)
    • 33:78
    Bankruptcy
    • 43:34
    Banks and banking --New York (State)
    • 41:3
    • 46:12, 13
    • 47:3, 4
    • Bank of Catskill
    • Bank of Columbia
    • Bank of Hudson 34:55, 56
    • Hudson River Bank 34:55, 56
    • 44:14
    • Manhattan Bank¬Poughkeepsie Branch 11:29, 78
    • Middle District Bank 20:87, 88
    • Bank of Plattsburgh 7:64; 28:82; 30:63
    Barbary States
    • 12:94
    Bonaparte, Jerome, b. 1805
    • 13:34
    Books
    • 3:85
    • 8:33
    • 9:64
    • 14:39
    • 19:70
    • 20:23
    Bridges--New York (State)
    • 5:1
    • 21:5
    • 23:68
    • 26:3
    Burr, Aaron, 1756-1836
    • 12:89
    • 13:6, 9
    • 15:20
    Cholera
    • 34:58, 59
    • 37:76
    Churches
    • 9:70
    • 12:38
    • 15:46
    • 18:60
    • 27:35
    • 36:60
    • 37:18, 20, 21, 23, 27, 39, 45
    • 38:8, 41
    • 41:15
    Clermont (N.Y.)
    • 17:61
    • 41:16, 19, 21
    Clermont Academy
    • 41:18
    Clinton, Dewitt, 1769-1828
    • 9:94
    • 15:20
    • 16:73
    • 17:33, 36
    • 29:22
    • 32:37
    Clover
    • 3:42
    • 18:23
    • 21:32
    • 22:12, 18
    • 26:70
    • 27:42, 56
    • 32:35, 38, 40, 41
    College of Physicians and Surgeons of the State of New York
    • 15:68
    Columbia County (N.Y.)
    • 7:33, 36
    • 11:18
    • 13:69, 70, 71
    • 25:15
    Columbia County Medical Society
    • 14:87
    Coney Island (N.Y.)
    • 32:61
    Confiscations
    • 43:36
    Constables--New York (State)
    • 6:41, 42
    • 41:19
    Coroners
    • 11:83
    Cuba--History
    • 30:54, 83
    Deeds--New York (State)
    • 35:62
    • 41:24
    Depositions
    • 43:39
    Digitalis
    • 1:50
    Diseases
    • 5:34
    • 9:58
    • 10:5, 46
    • 12:64
    • 13:27
    • 14:47
    • 18:6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 18, 50, 55
    • 19:15, 21,
    • 25
    • 20:78, 89
    • 21:36
    • 25:43
    • 26:68
    • 27:12, 40
    • 38:22
    Distribution Bill, 1837
    • 35:66
    Draft
    • 38:3
    Dutchess and Columbia County Medical Society
    • 2:60
    Dutchess County (N.Y.)
    • 15:26
    Education
    • 10:55
    • 11:40
    • 16:39, 41, 84, 86
    • 18:2, 65
    • 19:8, 14
    • See also schools
    Ejectment--New York (State)
    • 43:40
    Election law
    • 29:6, 20
    Elections--New York (State)
    • 1:45, 67, 69, 75, 78, 79
    • 2:1, 3, 7, 10, 13, 31, 32, 41, 43, 48, 50, 52, 54, 55, 77, 78
    • 3:54
    • 4:50, 54, 55, 60, 61, 69, 71, 85
    • 6:6, 41, 50, 53, 54, 76, 84
    • 7:48, 77
    • 8:4, 76
    • 11:66, 71
    • 13:7, 14, 17, 18, 20, 21
    • 14:1, 68, 69
    • 15:23
    • 16:5
    • 17:32
    • 19:11
    • 21:7, 47
    • 24:104
    • 25:97
    • 26:93, 99
    • 28:23, 23a, 24, 25
    • 30:38, 39
    • 41:25, 26, 27, 28
    Embargo, 1807-1809
    • 15:43, 73, 76
    • 16:4
    Embargo, 1812
    • 18:68, 72
    • 19:35
    Europe--Politics and government
    • 8:71
    • 26:34
    • 28:50
    Flour-mills
    • 3:22
    • 4:13, 41, 90
    • 5:33
    • 9:19, 61
    • 10:3
    France--Description and travel
    • 10:9, 19, 28, 58, 64
    • 11:15
    • 12:92
    • 30:84
    France--History--Revolution, 1789-1799
    • 3:2, 20, 71
    • 7:59, 63, 67
    Freemasons
    • 8:88
    • 16:11
    • 24:64
    Fulton, Robert, 1765-1815
    • 20:19
    Fur trade
    • 1:2
    Genealogy
    • See under names of individual families
    Glenn family
    • 42:11
    Grass
    • 27:43
    Great Britain--Politics and government
    • 13:23
    • 14:30
    Guardian and ward
    • 8:36
    Hamilton, Alexander, 1757-1804
    • 2:77
    • 13:40
    Hardenburgh Patent (N.Y.)
    • 7:11
    • 8:16
    • 10:58
    • 11:24, 33, 51, 63
    • 13:77
    • 15:27
    • 18:15
    • 23:40
    • 25:56, 58, 59, 60, 64, 67
    • 28:52
    • 31:71, 72
    Hardware
    • 15:51
    Highland Turnpike Co.
    • 10:4, 38
    • 15:24
    • 16:20
    • 17:22
    • 18:12
    • 19:69
    • 23:45
    • 29:21
    • 31:60
    • 34:51, 54
    • 41:3
    • 43:1, 2
    House construction
    • 8:87
    • 16:60
    • 32:22
    • 33:48, 52, 54, 61
    • 34:41, 42
    Hudson River Railroad
    • 38:6
    • 41:15
    Illegitimacy
    • 43:44
    Indentured servants--New York (State)
    • 2:16, 44
    • 23:28
    Iron-founding
    • 5:14, 17, 35, 49
    Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845
    • 24:68
    • 30:74
    • 32: 69, 74
    • 33:1
    Jay's treaty, 1794
    • 2:32
    • 3:2, 5
    Jefferson,Thomas, 1743-1826
    • 7:7
    • 11:53
    • 14:60
    Judges--New York (State)
    • 1:45
    • 28:36
    • 33:72
    Kossuth, Madame
    • 38:26
    Lafayette, Marie Joseph, Marquis de, 1757-1834
    • 29:58
    Land grants--New York (State)
    • 43:4
    Landlord and tenant--New York (State)
    • 1:19, 34, 61
    • 2:25, 77
    • 3:38, 39, 40, 79, 93, 96
    • 4:6, 34, 35, 40, 85
    • 5:7, 16, 21, 22, , 26, 35, 42, 46, 55
    • 6:3, 17, 48, 75, 89, 92, 94
    • 7:18, 22, 45, 84
    • 8:31
    • 9:20
    • 12:101
    • 13:26
    • 15:37, 73
    • 41:1,2
    Law--Cases
    • 46:16, 17
    Law--Study and teaching
    • 9:52, 83, 88, 94, 100, 106
    • 10:6, 42, 82
    • 16:28, 87
    • 19:50
    Lawsuits
    • See Law--Cases
    Lawyers--Licenses
    • 20:78, 79
    • 21:86
    • 24:35, 89
    Leases--New York (State)
    • 1:23, 32, 33
    • 2:26
    • 8:80
    • 43:33, 34
    • 47:17
    Livingston Manor (N.Y.)
    • 11:80, 82, 88
    • 12:99
    Livingston, Robert R., 1746-1813
    • 9:78, 82, 84, 85, 86, 89, 91, 92, 95, 98, 99
    • 10:8, 9, 19, 28, 58, 64
    • 11:15
    • 12:13, 23, 92
    Local government--New York (State)
    • See also Clermont (N.Y.)
    • 4:20
    Lotteries
    • 1:79
    • 3:15
    Louisiana Purchase
    • 12:23
    Manufactures
    • 16:2, 3
    • 21:82
    • 22:43
    Medical care
    • 5:38, 54, 69
    • 7:6, 72
    • 8:12, 45
    • 11:29
    • 12:33, 52
    • 15:9, 18
    • 16:88
    • 27:45
    • 36:19
    Medical Society of Columbia County
    • 15:69
    Medicine
    • 1:50
    • 2:51, 56, 61
    • 3:16, 68, 73, 85, 93, 94
    • 4:43
    • 5:61
    • 14:48, 65, 69
    • 17:21, 67
    • 24:31
    • 32:26, 44
    • 35:61
    • 47:10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16
    Medicine--Study and teaching
    • See also New York Medical College
    • 8:47
    • 2:36, 53
    • 5:56, 68
    • 16:54, 64, 72, 76, 85
    • 17:4, 15
    Mexican War, 1846-1848
    • 37:26, 52, 53, 62, 67
    Middletown (Conn.)--Description and travel
    • 1:18
    Money
    • 21:57
    • 26:78
    • 32:40
    Monroe, James, 1758-1831
    • 11:69
    • 22:53
    • 25:11
    Mortgages
    • 45:17
    Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821
    • 2:4
    Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815
    • 18:14
    • 20:29, 64
    Nativism
    • 15:16
    Naval education
    • 21:77
    Neversink Turnpike Road Co.
    • 41:14
    New Orleans (La.)--Description and travel
    • 28:74
    New York & Erie Railroad
    • 38:21
    New York (N.Y.)--Description and travel
    • 7:19
    • 17:65
    • 19:62
    • 26:80
    • 46:9
    New York (N.Y.)--Economic conditions
    • 30:53
    • 35:56
    • 38:77
    New York (State)--Commerce
    • 1:5
    • 6:4
    • 8:23
    • 16:75
    New York (State)--Description and travel
    • 46:9
    New York (State)--Economic conditions
    • 7:63
    • 20:67
    • 36:3
    New York (State)--Surveys
    • 1:22, 43, 48, 49
    • 3:38, 39, 86, 91
    • 5:45, 62
    • 6:69, 79, 108
    • 7:8, 14, 25, 30
    • 14:28, 64
    • 46:8
    New York (State). Constitution
    • 27:37, 54
    New York (State). Militia
    • 38:42
    New York Medical College
    • 16:17, 44, 46, 52, 66
    • 17:3, 23
    • 45:18
    New York State Medical Society
    • 16:24, 44, 63, 70, 76, 80
    • 17:13, 17, 29
    • 45:19
    Nicarauga
    • 38:42
    Nicoll family
    • 42:11
    Notaries
    • 28:85
    • 31:68
    Paternity suits
    • See Illegitimacy
    Philadelphia (Pa.)--Description and travel
    • 30:80
    Politics, Practical
    • 3:57
    • 4:27, 58, 73
    • 5:15
    • 6:6, 21, 81, 87, 90
    • 7:83, 87, 88
    • 8:17, 27, 75
    • 9:92, 100
    • 10:47, 48, 52, 53
    • 11:37, 53, 59, 69, 89
    • 12:12, 13, 14, 23, 89, 95
    • 13:8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 59
    • 14:11, 61, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 78, 81
    • 15:19, 20, 28, 29, 30, 33, 34, 39, 43
    • 16:4, 6, 73, 74, 77, 79, 85
    • 17:33, 34, 35, 36, 41, 42, 46, 48, 50, 53
    • 18:27
    • 19:15, 66
    • 20:9, 31
    • 21:16, 34
    • 22:16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 23, 24
    • 23:57, 77
    • 24:82, 83, 90, 96, 99, 100
    • 25:72, 74, 80, 84, 86
    • 26:48, 74, 89, 96, 102
    • 28:67, 83
    • 29:19, 20, 21, 22, 24, 65, 74
    • 30:74
    • 31:28, 33
    • 32:28, 69, 74
    • 34:14, 52
    • 35:21, 24, 37
    • 36:3, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 40, 47
    • 37:71, 73
    • 38:4, 8, 39, 69, 70, 92
    • 39:9
    Postal service
    • 1:46
    • 2:8
    • 4:79
    • 12:72
    • 23:50
    • 24:69
    • 26:30, 80
    • 30:4
    • 39:48, 49
    • 42:14
    Postal service--Accounting
    • 42:12, 13
    Power of attorney
    • 43:45
    Prices--New York (State)
    • 2:29
    • 3:20, 85
    • 8:20, 30
    • 9:31, 32, 34, 37, 38
    • 10:49, 61
    • 12:26
    • 15:43
    • 16:25
    • 17:7, 44
    • 18:19, 36
    • 19:41, 42
    • 20:19, 25, 39
    • 25:87
    • 26:92
    • 27:8, 42
    • 37:56
    Prisons
    • 14:41
    Promissory notes
    • 9:32
    • 43:35
    Public officers
    • 28:85
    • 31:68
    Railroads
    • 33:45
    Real property--New York (State)
    • 1:37, 55, 63, 65
    • 2:9, 22, 27, 30, 64
    • 3:3, 5, 50
    Redhook (N.Y.)--Description and travel
    • 31:66
    Rent--New York (State)
    • 1:53, 72
    • 2:74
    • 3:1, 11, 17, 35, 43
    • 4:1, 24, 26, 52, 63, 64
    • 5:55, 65
    • 6:9, 19, 39, 47
    • 7:9, 21
    • 9:8
    • 14:4, 52, 84
    • 15:74
    • 40:4
    • 46:4, 7
    Rent--New York (State)--Livingston Manor
    • 46:3-6
    Roads--New York (State)
    • 10:4, 38
    • 11:64
    • 12:98
    • 13:22
    • 15:24
    • 16:20
    • 17:22
    • 18:12
    • 19:69
    • 23:45
    • 25:59, 83
    • 26:3
    • 29:20, 21
    • 31:60
    • 34:51, 54
    • 41:3, 14
    • 43:1, 2
    Saint Andrews Society
    • 23:26
    Sanders family
    • 42:11
    Scarlatina
    • 11:55, 57
    • 24:94
    Schools--New York (State)
    • 9:2, 10, 13, 21, 24, 51
    • 14:12, 13, 15
    • 38:66
    • 46:10
    Schools--New York (State)--Clermont
    • 41:22
    Seminole War, 2nd, 1835-1842
    • 24:87
    Sharon (Conn.)--Description and travel
    • 30:62
    Sheep
    • 10:58
    • 11:15
    • 13:62
    • 16:14, 16, 25, 33, 48, 69, 71
    • 17:7, 10, 12, 76, 77, 87
    • 18:34, 58, 59
    • 19:1, 20, 24, 28, 29, 33, 35, 53
    • 20:20, 24, 27, 31, 35, 59, 71, 82, 91, 92
    • 21:33, 42, 74, 78
    • 24:36, 52, 54, 68, 75, 80
    • 25:66
    • 28:77
    • 29:41, 42, 46, 50, 51, 63, 65, 79, 80
    • 30:40, 43, 51, 86
    • 32:70, 71, 72
    Silverware
    • 38:59
    Slavery
    • 1:17, 30, 35, 74
    • 2:21, 93
    • 4:55
    • 9:10
    • 10:36
    • 11:17, 73
    • 12:66
    • 15:38
    • 16:55
    • 17:80
    • 18:33, 35
    • 19:33
    • 24:24, 74
    • 29:72
    • 30:48
    Smallpox
    • 2:56
    • 3:10
    • 21:6
    Spain--Description and travel
    • 25:79
    Sparkling wines--New York (State)--Clermont
    • 35:41, 51
    • 37:78
    • 38:62
    • 39:76
    Squatters
    • 1:52
    • 3:8, 34, 40, 41, 62, 70, 78, 80, 86
    • 4:14
    • 15:62
    Steamboats--New York (State)
    • 7:48
    • 17:70
    • 19:30
    • 22:48
    • 26:87
    • 33:40
    Subpoena
    • 43:46
    Tariff
    • 32:50
    • 36:31
    Taverns (Inns)--New York (State)--Clermont
    • 21:23
    Taxation--Carriage
    • 19:6, 12
    Taxation--Iowa--Adair County
    • 46:9
    Taxation--New York (State)
    • 5:1
    • 11:60
    • 19:6, 12
    • 46:9
    Taxation--New York (State)--Clermont
    • 46:9
    Ten Broeck family
    • 42:11
    Timber
    • 3:76
    • 4:97
    • 6:17, 32
    • 7:58
    • 11:22, 24, 49
    • 12:15, 27, 74
    • 14:10
    • 16:12
    • 23:22
    • 26:8
    • 29:78, 80, 82, 83, 84, 85
    Transportation
    • 12:28
    Trespass
    • See also Timber
    • 26:24
    Union College
    • 7:24
    • 8:9, 16, 35, 41, 46, 51, 53
    • 9:3
    • 14:88
    • 15:2, 40, 52, 53
    United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783
    • 24:4
    United States--History--1797-1801
    • 2:4, 77
    United States--History--War of 1812
    • 17:8, 31, 38, 44, 45, 71
    • 18:42, 43, 52
    • 19:18, 26, 36, 47, 56, 57, 58, 60, 62
    • 20:14, 15, 16, 18, 67
    United States. Constitution
    • 1:26
    United States. Navy
    • 14:56
    • 21:72
    • 22:31
    • 25:65
    • 37:51
    Van Buren, Martin, 1782-1862
    • 25:72
    Victoria, queen of Great Britain, 1819-1901
    • 26:25
    • 36:29
    Wages
    • 14:30
    War
    • 4:92
    Warrants (Law)--New York (State)
    • 41:17
    Washington (D.C.)--Description and travel
    • 30:80
    Washington, George, 1732-1799
    • 3:5, 13
    • 7:64
    Weather
    • 8:26, 89
    • 14:60
    • 29:16, 75
    • 30:30, 34
    • 31:48
    Wilson family
    • 33:30, 46
    • 42:11
    Wool
    • 20:44, 46, 49, 63
    • 21:33, 63
    • 22:20, 29
    • 23:45
    • 25:10
    • 26:7, 14, 95
    • 27:23, 24
    • 28:68, 70
    • 29:39
    • 30:20, 21, 27, 30, 32, 34, 49, 72, 80
    • 31:21, 22, 36, 40
    • 32:5, 7, 8, 59
    • 33:58
    • 34:25, 26, 51
    Yale College
    • 16:62
    Yellow fever
    • 7:19, 35, 36
    • 8:43
    • 9:69, 71, 92, 98
    • 24:97
    • 28:17, 74
    List of accounts and law cases
    Merchants--Accounting
    • Abbott, William 44:1
    • Adams, John 44:1
    • Adee, David 44:1
    • Ainsley, Elias 44:1
    • Albany Argus 44:1
    • Albion 44:1
    • Alexander, J.R. 44:1
    • Alling, Samuel 44:1
    • Allyn, Joseph 44:1
    • American 44:1
    • American Express 44:1
    • American Union 44:1
    • Ames, Charles F. 44:1
    • Andrews, Ashbel 44:1
    • Andrews, Loring 44:1
    • Andrews and Woodruff 44:1
    • Andrum, James 44:1
    • Ann Street Church 44:1
    • Archer and Martin 44:1
    • Arcularius, P. G. 44:1
    • Armitage and Witts 44:1
    • Arnoux, Anthony 44:1
    • Arnoux, A. and G. A. 44:1
    • Arthur, Samuel 44:1
    • The Aurora 44:1
    • Austin, Charles 44:1
    • Austin and Andrews 44:1
    • Ayer, N. W. 44:1
    • Ayers, William 44:1
    • Bachman, Allen 44:2
    • Bachman, Allen 44:2
    • Backus and Whiting 44:2
    • Bacon, Edward 44:2
    • Bailey, James
    • John T. 44:2
    • Bailey and Holmes 44:2
    • Baker, A. W.
    • Henry
    • William A. 44:2
    • Bakewell, Thomas 44:2
    • Baldwin, Joseph 44:2
    • Baldwin and Cook 44:2
    • Ballard, G. 44:2
    • Bame, Jeremiah 44:2
    • Bank of Columbia 44:2
    • Bank of Hudson 44:2
    • Banker and Van Tilden 44:2
    • Banks, M. 44:2
    • Barber, John 44:2
    • Bardin, Edward 44:2
    • Barker and McCindrell 44:2
    • Barnes, P. 44:2
    • Barney, Margaret 44:2
    • Barnum, Charles P. 44:2
    • Barringer, R. 44:2
    • Barrington, R. 44:2
    • Bartholomew, Andrew 44:2
    • Barton, E. 44:2
    • Bassett, Joshua 44:2
    • Bayard, Stephen N. 44:2
    • Becker, Peter 44:2
    • The Bee 44:2
    • Beekman, John 44:2
    • Bell, Isabella
    • John 44:3
    • Bement, George 44:3
    • Ben 44:3
    • Bender, Henry 44:3
    • Bennett, Henry 44:3
    • Benton, Samuel
    • Thomas
    • William 44:3
    • Bernet 44:3
    • Bessar, H. W. 44:3
    • Best, George C.
    • Jacob
    • John 44:3
    • Bigelow andd Isham 44:3
    • Bininger, A. 44:3
    • Blain, James 44:3
    • Blass, John
    • Philip 44:3
    • Blatner, Marks 44:3
    • Bleeker, James 44:3
    • Blew, Moses 44:3
    • Bloodgood, James G.
    • Thomas 44:3
    • Bogardus, James
    • Samuel 44:3
    • Bogardus and Groat 44:3
    • Bolles, John 44:3
    • Bonesteel, Henry
    • Jacob N. 44:4
    • Bonesteel and Broadhead
    • Bonesteel and Foland
    • Bonesteel and Wachaugen 44:4
    • Bostwick, C. B.
    • R. W. 44:5
    • Bourne, Mary 44:5
    • Bowman, N. 44:5
    • Bradstreet, Andrew 44:5
    • Brand, H. Little 44:5
    • Brau, James 44:5
    • Brett and Bunn 44:5
    • Breuster, H. and S. 44:5
    • Brink, Andrew 44:5
    • Broadwell, William 44:5
    • Bronk, Richard 44:5
    • Brooksbank, William 44:5
    • Brown, E. M.
    • Jedediah
    • Thomas 44:5
    • Browning, Jeremiah
    • Robert 44:5
    • Bruce, William and Robert 44:5
    • Bruce and Morrison 44:5
    • Buel, Jesse 44:5
    • Bunker, William J. 44:5
    • Bunker and Van Siclen 44:5
    • Burchsted and Barnard 44:5
    • Burhans, Isaac 44:5
    • Burk, James 44:5
    • Burwell, Calvin 44:5
    • Butler, Erastus 44:5
    • Cadiness, John K. 44:6
    • Caldwell, James and Son 44:6
    • Campbell, Samuel 44:6
    • Cantine, Peter 44:6
    • Cantine and Meyer
    • Cantine, Van Ness and Heermance 44:6
    • Capron, A.
    • Cyrus
    • William P. 44:6
    • Cargill, Abraham 44:6
    • Carpenter, A. 44:6
    • Carr, William 44:6
    • Carrique, P. Dean 44:6
    • Carswell and Eaton 44:6
    • Carvill, G. and C.
    • G. C. and H. 44:6
    • Cauldwell, Ebenezer 44:6
    • Champlin 44:6
    • Chandler, Solomon 44:6
    • Chase, G.
    • Mary H. 44:6
    • Cholwell, J. 44:6
    • Christie, T. and J. 44:6
    • Church Journal 44:6
    • Churchman and Parson 44:6
    • City-Hall Register 44:6
    • Clark and Baldwin
    • Clark and Bawlding
    • Clark and Horsford
    • Clark and Tallmadge 44:6
    • Clow, Henry 44:6
    • Clum, Henry P. 44:6
    • Cockburn, James 44:7
    • Cockburn, J. and G. Miller 44:7
    • Coffin, Robert 44:7
    • Cogswell, J. and M. 44:7
    • Cole, Peter B. 44:7
    • Collins, Nathan
    • Peter B. 44:7
    • Columbia Hall 44:7
    • Columbia County Mutual Insurance Co. 44:7
    • Columbian 44:7
    • Commercial Advertizer 44:7
    • Comstock, Ebenezer 44:7
    • Congress (Steamboat) 44:7
    • Conklin, J. 44:7
    • Cook, Palmer 44:7
    • Cook and Baker 44:7
    • Coon, Alex
    • Philip W. 44:7
    • Cooper, Elisabeth
    • Jacob
    • John
    • Peter F.
    • Thomas 44:7
    • Cooper and Bogardus 44:7
    • Corry, Samuel 44:7
    • Coster, J. 44:7
    • Cotheal and Huff 44:7
    • Country Post 44:7
    • Cox, John 44:7
    • Crapner, Alfred 44:7
    • Crary, E. R. 44:7
    • Crawford, George 44:7
    • Crawford and Trumphorn 44:7
    • Creiger, John L. 44:7
    • Crook and Fowks
    • Crook and Ten Broeck 44:7
    • Crosswell, E. 44:7
    • Cultivator and Register 44:7
    • Cummings, James 44:7
    • Currie, Archibald and David 44:7
    • Curtis, C.
    • Seth 44:7
    • Daily Times 44:8
    • Darling, Charles A. 44:8
    • Darling and Power 44:8
    • Daily Tribune 44:8
    • Davis, Ann
    • David
    • Henry
    • Jabez
    • Jacob
    • John G.
    • William 44:8
    • Day, John 44:8
    • Dean and Storm 44:8
    • Deane, William 44:8
    • Decker, Peter
    • Richard 44:8
    • DeHart, Cyrus 44:8
    • DeLameter, G. E. 44:8
    • DeLameter and heermance 44:8
    • Deneger, Albert
    • Ephraim
    • George
    • Jonas 44:8
    • Denty, M. 44:8
    • DePeyster, F. 44:8
    • Devereaux, E. 44:8
    • DeWitt, Henry 44:8
    • Dey, Anthony 44:8
    • Dibblee, Fyler
    • Henry
    • H. F.
    • Richard H. 44:9
    • Dibblee, Bostwick and Co. 44:9
    • Dick, J. 44:9
    • Dickson and Manny 44:9
    • Dimmick, Thomas 44:9
    • Dodge, William 44:9
    • Donnelly, John 44:9
    • Dorning, A. I. 44:9
    • Doty, James 44:9
    • Doyle, Louis 44:9
    • Drum, Matthias 44:9
    • Drummond, James P. 44:9
    • Duane Street Church 44:9
    • DuBois and Voorhis 44:9
    • Duncan, Cato 44:9
    • Dunderdale, J. and F. 44:9
    • Dunkan, L. and W. 44:9
    • Dunlop and Wilson 44:9
    • Dunspaugh, Henry 44:9
    • Dutcher, John W. 44:9
    • Dutchess Democrat 44:9
    • Duychinck, Gerrardus Jr. 44:9
    • Dykers, Alstyne and Co. 44:9
    • Eaton and Lasher 44:10
    • Eclectic Magazine 44:10
    • Eliot, Nathan 44:10
    • Ellsworth, Henry 44:10
    • Elting, J. Jr.
    • H. and R.
    • Robert 44:10
    • Elting and Co
    • Elting and Varrick 44:10
    • Elton, Cyprian
    • Rhesa 44:10
    • Ely, R. 44:10
    • Ely & Nuttman 44:10
    • Emmett & White 44:10
    • Eustis, F. A. 44:10
    • Evans & Brown 44:10
    • Evening Post 44:10
    • Feary, John 44:10
    • Feller, George
    • Philip 44:10
    • Feller & Robinson 44:10
    • Fields, Peter 44:10
    • Finck, W. B. 44:10
    • Finck and Capron 44:10
    • Finkel, John 44:10
    • Fish, Henry 44:10
    • Fitch, Hendrick 44:10
    • Flagler, Joseph 44:10
    • Fletcher, Joseph 44:10
    • Fletcher and Scuddle 44:10
    • Foland, William 44:10
    • Folger, Rueben 44:10
    • Forbus, John 44:10
    • Fraleigh, John P. 44:10
    • Fryer and VanVliet 44:10
    • Funk, William 44:10
    • Fulmes, Anthony 44:10
    • Gage, Hiram 44:11
    • Gale, Ira
    • Jeremiah 44:11
    • Gale and Barringer 44:11
    • Gardner, G.
    • Joshua
    • Richard 44:11
    • Gardner & Drayton 44:11
    • Gaul, J. & D. 44:11
    • Gazette of the United States 44:11
    • Gerry, J. & W. 44:11
    • Gelston, Cotton 44:11
    • General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union and Church Book Society 44:11
    • Gibbs, William 44:11
    • Gibson, James
    • William 44:11
    • Gifford, A.
    • E. 44:11
    • Gilbert, Ashley 44:11
    • Gill, John M.
    • Robert 44:11
    • Godey's Lady's Book 44:11
    • Gojon, Claudius F. 44:11
    • Gould, E. P.
    • Stephen 44:11
    • Gould and Banks 44:11
    • Gracie and Co. 44:11
    • Graham, William 44:11
    • Green, Ann
    • Samuel 44:11
    • Greenleaf, Thomas 44:11
    • Gridley, O. 44:11
    • Grier, John 44:11
    • Grier, J., Brooks and Co. 44:11
    • Haight, Benjamin
    • John and Nicholas
    • Samuel 44:12
    • Hall, Aaron C.
    • A. C.
    • H. C. 44:12
    • Hall, Fuller, and Barlowe 44:12
    • Hallock and Shelden 44:12
    • Halsted, O. 44:12
    • Ham, Jeremiah
    • Peter C. 44:12
    • Hamersley, Thomas 44:12
    • Hamlin, David
    • G. 44:12
    • Hamlin, Dibblee and Col. 44:12
    • Hannah, William 44:12
    • Hardenburgh, Johannes 44:12
    • Harvey, John 44:12
    • Hassman, John B.
    • P. 44:12
    • Hathaway, John
    • S. S. 44:12
    • Hatten, James 44:12
    • Hattrick, Mary Lee 44:12
    • Haner, Samuel 44:12
    • Hawley, E.
    • George 44:12
    • Heenberg, J. P. 44:13
    • Heermance, Andrew
    • Martin 44:13
    • Henry, William 44:13
    • Herbert, John L. 44:13
    • Herrick, S. H. 44:13
    • Hicks, Elias 44:13
    • Hicks and Merrick 44:13
    • Hill, R. H. 44:13
    • Hillicker, Norman 44:13
    • Hitchcock, Miles 44:13
    • Hoffman, A. N.
    • D. D.
    • Herman
    • Mrs.
    • Zacharius 44:13
    • Hoffman and Sons
    • Hoffman and Van Buren
    • Hoffman, Van Deusen and Co. 44:13
    • Holbrook, Eliot 44:14
    • Holley, E. C. 44:14
    • Holt, Charles 44:14
    • Hopkins, George F. 44:14Irvin, Adam 44:14
    • Israel, William 44:14
    • Jackson, Robert 44:15
    • Janson, John B. 44:15
    • Jarvis, Bulkley, and Wheeler 44:15
    • Jenkins, Elisha
    • James
    • Robert
    • Thomas 44:15
    • Jenings, S. C. 44:15
    • John, H. and Ogle 44:15
    • Johnson, John P.
    • William 44:15
    • Johnston, John C. 44:15
    • Jones, William R. 44:15
    • Jones and Clinch 44:15
    • Journeay, James 44:15
    • Kelly, James 44:15
    • Kemper, John 44:15
    • Kenney, John 44:15
    • Ketchum, Joseph 44:15
    • Kiersted, Luke 44:15
    • King, George
    • Joseph
    • Vincent
    • William O. 44:15
    • King & McGill 44:15
    • Kingoland, Richard 44:15
    • Kingston Academy 44:15
    • Kirby & Yeats 44:15
    • Kiss, Luke 44:15
    • Knickerbocker, Edwin
    • Philip 44:15
    • Knickerbocker and Washburn 44:15
    • Kortz, John 44:15
    • Labagh, John T. 44:16
    • Lamb, George C. 44:16
    • Lambert, James 44:16
    • Lane, James
    • Jonathan
    • R. and A. 44:16
    • Lansing, Turner & Co. 44:16
    • Lasher, B. C.
    • Bostian
    • Elias
    • George B.
    • George C.
    • John G. Jr.
    • John L.
    • P. N.
    • Rufus 44:16
    • Lasher and Shook 44:16
    • Latham, James 44:16
    • Lawrence, James
    • Joseph 44:16
    • Leander 44:16
    • LeBreton, Edward A. 44:16
    • Lee, James
    • Mary 44:16
    • LeRoy, Levi
    • Theodore 44:16
    • Lescure, H. 44:16
    • Lewis, Morgan
    • Thomas 44:16
    • Littbertson, Morris 44:17
    • Littell, E. 44:17
    • Living Age 44:17
    • Livingston, Crawford
    • Edward P.
    • Henry
    • M. and C.
    • Margaret
    • Peter R.
    • Robert
    • Robert R.
    • W. T. and J. C.
    • William A. 44:17
    • Lodi Manufacturing Co. 44:17
    • Loscher, Conrad 44:17
    • Losee, Cyrus 44:17
    • Lounds, Oliver M. 44:17
    • Lovering, J. And S. 44:17
    • Ludlow, Julian 44:17
    • Luff, N. W. and Co. 44:17
    • Luffman, John 44:17
    • Lynch and Dibbles 44:17
    • Lynk 44:17
    • MacArthur, C. 45:1
    • McCaskey, John 45:1
    • McCrindell, James and Thomas 45:1
    • McDougall, Peter M. 45:1
    • McGill, William 45:1
    • McKinley, George 45:1
    • McKinstry and White 45:1
    • McLean 45:1
    • McManus, M. P. 45:1
    • MacNicol, Alexander 45:1
    • Macy and Hors 45:1
    • Mancius, George W. 45:1
    • Mandeville, William 45:12
    • Mansfield, James L. 45:1
    • Mansfield and Smith
    • Mansfield and Shirtz 45:1
    • Mansion House 45:1
    • Marchall, Milo 45:1
    • Marquand, F. 45:1
    • Martin, Edward 45:1
    • Martin and Myers 45:1
    • Masier, Eli 45:1
    • Masier and Bennett 45:1
    • Mate, J. 45:1
    • Medical Repository 45:1
    • Merfield, Walter 45:1
    • Mennemy, Robert M. 45:1
    • Merchants Canal / Transportation Line 45:1
    • Merrick, Justin 45:1
    • Merry's Museum45:1
    • Mesier, P. A. 45:1
    • Mesler and Ballard 45:1
    • Methuen, James 45:1
    • Meyer, G. and T.
    • John 45:1
    • Midler, Christopher 45:2
    • Miller, Peter 45:2
    • Miller and Feller
    • Miller and Gaul
    • Miller and Punderson 45:2
    • Mills, John 45:2
    • Miner, Elisha
    • Eunice
    • Erastus 45:2
    • Mink, Henry
    • Philip H. 45:2
    • Minkler, Adam
    • Jacob
    • Kilian 45:2
    • Mitchell, Charles 45:2
    • Mitchell, Mr's Church 45:2
    • Moffett, H. 45:2
    • Moore, Benjamin
    • Conrad
    • John
    • John, Jr.
    • Philip
    • Samuel 45:2
    • Moore and Robertson 45:2
    • Morange, B. and Son
    • James 45:2
    • Morgan, Hubbel 45:2
    • Morris, R. H. 45:2
    • Muldoon and Montgomery 45:2
    • Museum 45:2
    • Muller, Peter 45:2
    • Munson, John 45:2
    • Murch, Robert H. 45:2
    • Murray and Beyer 45:2
    • Nash, Samuel 45:2
    • National Advocate 45:4
    • National Democrat 45:4
    • National Hotel 45:4
    • Near, H. and L. 45:4
    • Nelson, Thomas and Son 45:4
    • New World 45:4
    • New York American 45:4
    • New York and Schuylkill Coal Co. 45:4
    • New York Daily Advertizer 45:4
    • New York Dry Dock Co. 45:4
    • New York Enquirer 45:4
    • New York Evening Post 45.4
    • New York Herald 45:4
    • New York Historical Collections 45:4
    • New York Statesman 45:4
    • New York Tribune 45:4
    • New Yorker 45:4
    • Newkirk, C. 45:4
    • Nexson, William E. 45:4
    • Nichols, David 45:4
    • Nichols and Wilcox 45:4
    • Nittebrants 45:4
    • Noah's Enquirer 45:4
    • Norman, Joseph P.
    • William E. 45:4
    • Northern Whig 45:4
    • Norton, John S. 45:4
    • Nortwick and Miller 45:4
    • Nova Scotia Coal Depot 45:4
    • Noyes, S. H. 45:4
    • Oakley, Daniel 45:5
    • O'Dell, Isaac 45:5
    • Opsley, R. and I. H. 45:5
    • Outwater, Peter 45:5
    • Owens, Jesse 45:5
    • Paddock, John 45:6
    • Palmer, William 45:6
    • Paine, Catherine 45:6
    • Panorama 45:6
    • Park, Jacob 45:6
    • Parker, Ransom 45:6
    • Parkman, Thomas 45:6
    • Parks, Mills 45:6
    • Parley's Magazine 45:6
    • Parsons, I. and C.
    • Jales 45:6
    • Patrie, N. 45:6
    • Patterson, Robert 45:6
    • Paulding, Nathaniel 45:6
    • Pease and Wiswall 45:6
    • Pellett, Joel 45:6
    • Penfold, John 45:6
    • Penn, Joshua 45:6
    • Penny Magazine 45:6
    • Perkins, James T. 45:6
    • Peters, A. S. 45:6
    • Phillips, George 45:6
    • Pierce, John 45:6
    • Platner, Freeman 45:6
    • Platt, Isaac
    • Israel 45:6
    • Platt and Co. 45:6
    • Pleasant Valley Boarding School 45:6
    • The Plough Boy 45:6
    • Plumb, Samuel 45:6
    • Porter, James
    • N.B. 45:6
    • Potter, P.
    • William P. 45:6
    • Potts, Henry
    • Peter
    • William H. 45:6
    • Potts and Moore 45:6
    • Power, Isaac
    • Nicholas
    • Thomas 45:6
    • Power and Livingston 45:6
    • Pratt, Erastus 45:6
    • Prober, David 45:6
    • Punderson, Ebenezer
    • F.
    • Gifford 45:6
    • Punderson and Van Valkenburg 45:6
    • Purdy, R. L. and G. W. Betts 45:6
    • Puree, Smith 45:6
    • Racy, Charles 45:7
    • Rathbone, J. 45:7
    • Rause, H. 45:7
    • Rawson, Stephen 45:7
    • Raynor and Ten Broeck 45:7
    • Redfield, Bernard 45:7
    • Reed, Rufus 45:7
    • Reed and Gage 45:7
    • Reid, Isaac 45:7
    • Republican Telegraph 45:7
    • Reynolds, Gamaliel
    • James S. 45:7
    • Richmond, John
    • L.
    • Thomas 45:7
    • Rider, George T. 45:7
    • Riely, F. 45:7
    • Riggs, William H. C. 45:7
    • Ripley, Charles 45:7
    • Rivers, Adam 45:7
    • Robertson, John 45:7
    • Robinson, John
    • Peter 45:7
    • Rockefeller, Peter
    • Robert 45:7
    • Rockefeller and Platner
    • Rockefeller and Sharp
    • Rockefeller and Simmons 45:7
    • Rodman, Thomas 45:7
    • Rogers, W. T. 45:7
    • Roive, Thomas 45:7
    • Roome, Jacob 45:8
    • Roorbach, Arthur H. 45:8
    • Roraback, Uriah 45:8
    • Rose and Hurley 45:8
    • Rossman and McKinstry 45:8
    • Row, Matthew 45:8
    • Row and Reed 45:8
    • Rowley, J. and D.
    • John
    • W. and D. 45:8
    • Rudder, Frederick 45:8
    • Russell, J. 45:8
    • Rutherford, Walter 45:8
    • Fyfenbergh, Alex
    • Peter 45:8
    • Ryker, John 45:8
    • Sagendorph, D.
    • George
    • H. L. 45:9
    • Sagendorph and Potts 45:9
    • St. Johns, Oliver R. 45:9
    • Salisbury, John 45:9
    • Saltback, Jacob
    • P. 45:9
    • Sanders, John 45:9
    • Schenck, Sarah 45:9
    • Schermerhorn, Betsey 45:9
    • Schmidt, Matthias 45:9
    • Schuyler and Myers 45:9
    • Scriba, Frederick
    • George 45:9
    • Scriba, Schoeppel, and Starman 45:9
    • Secor and Priest 45:9
    • Seelgraph, Jacob 45:9
    • Semi-Monthly Magazine 45:9
    • Semi-Weekly Tribune 45:9
    • Seymour and Macy 45:9
    • Sewall, H. D. and H. P. 45:9
    • Sharp, A. 45:9
    • Sharp and DuBois 45:9
    • Sharp, Granz and Co. 45:9
    • Shear, H. 45:9
    • Shepperd, R. T. 45:9
    • Shook, J. R. 45:9
    • Showers, John 45:
    • Shufeldt, M. 45:9
    • Shults, Peter 45:9
    • Simons, Titus 45:9
    • Sipperly, William 45:9
    • Skinner, H. D. 45:9
    • Smith, Charles
    • Eleazer
    • George B.
    • Gilbert
    • Giles
    • James L.
    • John P.
    • Lorentz
    • Michael
    • Samuel
    • T. Tredwell 45:9
    • Smith, Littlefield and West 45:9
    • Snyder, H.
    • Samuel 45:10
    • Southart, Jacob 45:10
    • Sparkman, James D. 45:10
    • Spencer, M. 45:10
    • Sperry, Jacob 45:10
    • Staats, J. P.
    • Peter
    • Widow 45:10
    • Stebbins, Francis
    • William B. 45:10
    • Steel, John B. 45:10
    • Stephen, Coffin, and Peckham 45:10
    • Stevens, J. H. 45:10
    • Steward, John 45:10
    • Stockholm and Browney 45:10
    • Stocking, A.
    • Samuel 45:10
    • Stoddard, Ashbel 45:10
    • Stokes, ____
    • H. and A. 45:10
    • Stone and Corss 45:10
    • Storm, Thomas 45:10
    • Storrs, A.
    • W. and G. 45:10
    • Story, Judge 45:10
    • Strong, Jeremiah
    • Joseph
    • Peter 45:10
    • Stuart, James 45:10
    • Suides 45:10
    • Swart, Cornelius
    • Thomas 45:10
    • Swartwout, John 45:10
    • Sword, T. and J. 45:10
    • Talmadge and Southerland 45:11
    • Tappen, Cornelius 45:11
    • Taylor, John
    • Philip H.
    • Robert 45:11
    • Teal, William H. 45:11
    • Teats, B. 45:11
    • Teller, James 45:11
    • Ten Broeck, Hudson
    • J. V. R.
    • Samuel 45:11
    • Ten Broeck and Benjamin 45:11
    • Thomas, Thomas 45:11
    • Thompson, Samuel 45:11
    • Thomson, Thomas 45:11
    • Throckmorton, William 45:11
    • Tobey, Silas 45:11
    • Tomes, Henry 45:11
    • Tooker, Martin
    • Samuel 45:11
    • Traver, John P. 45:11
    • Travis and Shook 45:11
    • Trempen, William 45:11
    • Turcot, Peter D. 45:11
    • Union College 45:11
    • Union Transportation Line 45:11
    • United States Fire Insurance Co. 45:11
    • Valkenburgh, Christian 45:12
    • Van Antwerp, P. 45:12
    • Van Beuren, Henry
    • Peter B. 45:12
    • Van Buren, P. 45:12
    • Van Buren and Clow
    • Van Buren and Livingston
    • Van Buren and Reed 45:12
    • Van De Bogart, R. V. 45:12
    • Vandenberg and Pendleton 45:12
    • Vandervoom, W. and P. L. 45:12
    • Van Deusen, John
    • David
    • H. B.
    • P.
    • Richard D. 45:12
    • Van Deusen and DuBois
    • Van Deusen and Gaul
    • Van Deusen and Reed 45:12
    • Van Dyke, Miss 45:12
    • Van Etten 45:13
    • Van Horn, James 45:13
    • Van Lewen, John 45:13
    • Van Loew, M. D. and B. 45:13
    • Van Ness, David and Son
    • G. B.
    • Jacob
    • 45:13
    • Van Nortwick and Miller 45:13
    • Van Ranst, A. M. 45:13
    • Van Rensselaer, Henry R. 45:13
    • Van Schaack, John
    • Peter 45:13
    • Van Steenburgh, Jacob B. 45:13
    • Van Vleck, Abraham 45:13
    • Van Vleck and Cantine 45:13
    • Van Valkenburgh and Rossman 45:13
    • Varrick, Richard 45:13
    • Villee, Cornelius 45:13
    • Voris and Buckle 45:13
    • Vosburgh, Martin 45:13
    • Vravenburgh, William 45:13
    • Wachenhagen, Augustus
    • Mary 45:14
    • Waggoner, Peter W. 45:14
    • Waite, G. and R. 45:14
    • Waldo, D. R. 45:14
    • Waldo and Lower 45:14
    • Wall Street House 45:14
    • Walsh, J. O. 45:14
    • Walter, Henry 45:14
    • Warren, Aaron 45:14
    • Washburn, K. 45:14
    • Washburn and Moore 45:14
    • Watch Tower 45:14
    • Watson, L. Z.
    • M. J. 45:14
    • Watts, John 45:14
    • Wawley, E. and G. 45:14
    • Weaver, Adam A. 45:14
    • Week, Mrs. 45:14
    • Weekly Museum 45:14
    • Weeks, Peter 45:14
    • Welch, Jesse 45:14
    • Westchester (steamboat) 45:14
    • Wescott, Samuel 45:14
    • Westervelt and Munson 45:14
    • Westmore and Channing 45:14
    • Wey, Gurden 45:14
    • Wheeler 45:14
    • Whitaker, Joseph
    • O. 45:14
    • White, Ann
    • John
    • Philip
    • Samuel 45:14
    • Whitemarsh, Sameul and Co. 45:14
    • Whitney, S. 45:14
    • Wigman and Clark 45:15
    • Wilbur, H.
    • Solomon Jr. 45:15
    • Wilby, William 45:15
    • Wilcox, John 45:15
    • Willcox, Abner 45:15
    • Willetts, Doty, and Co. 45:15
    • Williams, William 45:15
    • Wilson, A. W.
    • Hannah S.
    • Robert L.
    • R. and W.
    • William
    • William H. 45:15
    • Wilson and Dibblee 45:15
    • Winteringham, David
    • Sidney 45:16
    • Wiswall and Jenkins 45:16
    • Wolcott, C. C. 45:16
    • Wood, David
    • James
    • Timothy 45:16
    • Woodworth, A. 45:16
    • Wyckoff, Samuel 45:16
    • Wynkoop, Arritha
    • Cornelius 45:16
    • Yeo, S.
    • 45:16
    • Young, Henry
    • J. and S.
    • John 45:16
    • Young People's Book
    • 45:16
    • Younglove and West
    • 45:16
    Law—Cases [N.B.: Both plaintiffs and defendants are included, intermixed, in the following listing, without reference to a role in a particular case.]
    • Babcock, William 43:8
    • Backer, William 43:22
    • Bacon, Converse 43:23
    • Bandoline and Chapman 43:22
    • Bank, Franklin 43:5
    • Bartlett, Robert 43:6
    • Bay, John 43:23
    • Becker, William 43:22
    • Benedict, James 43:7
    • Benjamin [slave] 43:23
    • Benson, Matthew 43:22
    • Bentley, William N. 43:23
    • Bogert, John G. 43:22
    • Brasher 43:20
    • Broadhead, Thomas 43:23
    • Brown 43:23
    • Brown, John C. 43:8
    • Brown, Stephen G. 43:22
    • Brown, Thomas 43:22
    • Burras, Jane 43:22
    • Byron, Harriet 43:22
    • Byron, Willimina 43:22
    • Cantello, William J. 43:17
    • Capron, Cyrus 43:23
    • Cheetham, James 43:22
    • Clermont. [NY] 43:23
    • Cock, Townsend 43:10
    • Columbia County. NY 43:23
    • Conant, Samuel 43:23
    • Conklin, Joel 43:10
    • Corbin, Francis 43:10
    • Corry, Samuel 43:11
    • Cox and Duffy 43:22
    • Crawbuck, Peter 43:23
    • Crookshank, Grace 43:23
    • Crysler, Mattys 43:22
    • DeLameter, [Peter?] 43:23
    • Deming, Lemuel 43:12
    • Dewey, Timothy 43:23
    • Dodd, Moses 43:22
    • Duane, Mrs. 43:22
    • Dubois, Cornelius 43:22
    • Duyer, Antonia and William 43:23
    • Edwards, George C. 43:23
    • Elmendorph, Edmund 43:15
    • Elsworth, John 43:22, 23
    • Fris, Jacob 43:22
    • George, Hannah 43:22
    • Goest, Lucas 43:22
    • Gould, Stephen 43:5
    • Gould, William 43:22
    • Granger, [N.Y.] 43:23
    • Gwyer, Charles 43:23
    • Haircott, John 43:22
    • Hall, Abraham (estate) 43:22
    • Hall, Henry 43:13
    • Hamlin, Asher P. 43:14
    • Harrison, James 43:23
    • Harrison, William (estate) 43:15
    • Harvey, John 43:22
    • Hattrick, Peter 43:16
    • Haven, Herman 43:23
    • Hicks, John D. 43:22
    • Hillsdale, [N.Y.] 43:23
    • Hoffman, Herman 43:22
    • Howard, Whitehead 43:21
    • Hull, Henry 43:22
    • Hyslop, John (estate) 43:23
    • Jackson, James ex dem Seth Jenkins 43:23
    • ex dem Frederick Myer 43:23
    • Jenta, Alexander 43:22
    • Kane, John R. 43:22
    • Kean, Paul 43:22
    • Kerr, Anthony 43:22, 23
    • King, E. C. 43:23
    • Lamb 43:23
    • Lamb, George C. 43:8, 26
    • Langhorn, William W. 43:22
    • Langlois, Charles 43:9, 17
    • Lewis, George 43:23
    • Lewis, Morgan 43:22
    • Livingston, Edward P. 43:22
    • Livingston, Emily M. 43:22
    • Livingston, Herman 43:22
    • Livingston, Maturin 43:22
    • Livingston, Robert R. 43:18, 22
    • Low, Isaac 43:23
    • Lynch, Dominick 43:19
    • Lynch, Henry 43:20, 21, 23
    • Lynk, Henry 43:29
    • Lynk, John 43:23
    • McLean, Augustus 43:22
    • March and Low (Co.) 43:22
    • Mason, George 43:23
    • Matthews, James 43:6
    • Miller, Adrian P. 43:23
    • Minor, Eunice 43:22
    • Monell, George 43:22
    • Moore, Thomas 43:22
    • More, Jacob J. 43:22
    • Munn, Stephen B. 43:23
    • Murray, Robert I. 43:23
    • New York City 43:23
    • Norton, John L. 43:22, 23, 27, 28
    • Norton, Samuel I. L. 43:23
    • Olcott, John L. 43:22
    • Page, William S. 43:19
    • Palmer, Levi 43:22
    • Parker, John 43:23
    • Parker, Miles 43:22
    • Peltier and Morel 43:22
    • Racy, Charles 43:23
    • Read, Samuel 43:23
    • Reade, Morris 43:23, 25
    • Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the City of New York 43:16
    • Rifenburgh, George M. 43:23
    • Roe, Walter 43:22
    • Rogers, Benjamin W. 43:23
    • Rogers, Edward N. et al. 43:22, 23
    • Rogers, Samuel 43:22
    • Ross, John 43:24
    • Schermerhorn, Jacob 43:22
    • Schoonmaker, David 43:23
    • Scott, Moses 43:23
    • Scriba, [George?] 43:22
    • Scriba and Schroeppel 43:23
    • Scrugham, William W. 43:23
    • Shelden, Dudley 43:7
    • Semon and Becker 43:23
    • Siem and Van Beuren 43:22
    • Sims, William L. 43:22
    • Skidmore, Joel 43:22
    • Slocomb, Jared 43:24
    • Slosson, William 43:22
    • Smith, John P. 43:25
    • Snyder 43:23
    • Songlass, Isaac 43:23
    • Spoor, David 43:22
    • Steitz, Lewis 43:22
    • Stevens 43:23
    • Stiles, John 43:22
    • Stone, Frederick W. 43:26
    • Teiter, Zacharia 43:23
    • Ten Broeck, Jacob 43:22
    • Thompson, William A. 43:23
    • Thomson, A. 43:27
    • Tice, John 43:28
    • Tompkins, William 43:22
    • Valkenburgh, Christian 43:22
    • Van Alstyne, William 43:22
    • Van Beuren and Lawrence 43:22
    • Van Ness, Jacob 43:23, 29, 30
    • Van Ness, Peter 43:23
    • Van Vechter, John (heirs of) 43:23
    • Van Wickle, Evert 43:23
    • Villagrand, Jerome J. d' 43:23
    • Vriers, Jacob 43:22
    • Wagner, Peter et al 43:22
    • Waldo, Samuel 43:22
    • Wallach 43:23
    • Walter, Henry 43:18, 30
    • Warner, Henry 43:23
    • Webb, John I. 43:11
    • Willard, John M. 43:12
    • Williams, Jonas 43:22
    • Wilson, George 43:23
    • Wilson, Peter 43:22
    • Wilson, William H. 43:22
    • Wiltsie, Conrad 43:23
    • Wiswall, Enoch 43:22, 23
    • Woodward, John 43:22
    • Wycoff, Ferdinand 43:22
    Estates (Law)--New York (State)
    • Broadhead, J. O. 41:29
    • Broadhead, Thomas 41:29
    • Cockburn, James 7:5, 19; 10:79; 41:31
    • Crawford, George 41:29
    • Cupper, Henry 41:29
    • Dibblee, Eliza, Wilson 41:29
    • Flowers, Samuel 41:29
    • Greenleaf, Thomas 41:29
    • Hoffman, Philip 41:29
    • Hister, Sarah Hulme 41:29
    • Howey, Francis 41:29
    • Hubbard, Edward 41:29
    • Livingston, Betsey n.d. 42:7
    • Livingston, Edward P., 1779-1843 42:7
    • Livingston, Peter R., 1742-1794 42:7
    • Livingston, Philip n.d. 42:7
    • Livingston, Robert, 1654-1728 42:7
    • Livingston, Robert Jr., 1708-1790 42:7
    • Livingston, Robert Cambridge, 1742-1794 5:56, 71; 6:24, 67; 8:50, 70; 11:72; 15:47; 25:51; 42:1, 2
    • Livingston, Robert R., 1746-1813 22:57; 29:24; 42:3, 4, 5, 6
    • Livingston, Peter R., 1737-1794 42:7
    • Livingston, Walter T., 1772-1827 42:7
    • Livingston, William S. n.d. 42:7
    • Norton 42:8
    • Owens, Zeba L. 42:8
    • Ray, Cornelius 42:8
    • Rutsen, Cott Jacob 42:8
    • Salles, Laurent 42:8
    • Sanders, Jane E. Livingston 42:8
    • Sloan, Rachel 42:8
    • Ten Broeck, Dirk Wessells 42:8
    • Ten Broeck, Samuel 42:8
    • Turner, John 42:8
    • Van Rensselaer, Maunsell 42:8
    • Weaver, William 42:8
    • Wilson, Alexander, 1783-1805 15:4; 42:8
    • Wilson, Mary Thong Livingston, 1783-1841 42:8
    • Wilson, Robert L., 1794-1830 42:9
    • Wilson, William, 1756-1828 28:91; 33:8, 10, 15, 17; 34:34; 42:10
    • Wimple, Walter V. 42:8