Peter Van Brugh Livingston07-26-1768
A land and financial legal document, by executors Richard Morris and David Ogden, for Robert Hunter Morris, deceased, was for the land and inheritance in Monmouth County, NJ. It was related to James Alexander. The indenture was signed by Peter Van Brugh Livingston, M. Stevens, Walter Rutherford, and John Reid, and witnessed by Richard Hatfield andAbraham Skinner.
Peter Van Brugh Livingston and Samuel Nuttman10-16-1765
Peter Van Brugh Livingston sold Samuel Nuttman lands near Wold Harbour, at the price decided by David Ogden. It was witnessed by James Nuttman. The verso noted that parts were sold by Ogden and Alexand [Alexander].
William Livingston and William Alexander03-22-1764
This legal document, between William Livingston of New York City and William, Earle of Sterling (aka William Alexander, Lord Sterling), for land in the Orange County, NY, called Cheescocks. Names included: Anne Bridges, Henry Ten Eyck, Dirk Vanderburgh, John Cholwell, Christopher Denne, Major Lancaster Syms, and John Merit, as well as surveyor Charles Clinton. The indenture was signed by William Livingston ("Governor of New Jersey" written later in pencil) and was signed in the presence of Evert Bancker Jr. and Gerard Bancker.
Legal Indenture Regarding Peter Van Brugh Livingston and His Wife, Mary Alexander, and, Robert Livingston, July 8, 1763
Peter Van Brugh Livingston07-08-1763
This legal document concerned a payment from Peter Van Brugh Livingston to Robert Livingston. It also concerned the will of Mary's father, James Alexander. He left her and her husband 1/6th payment of his lands, tenements, hereditaments, and real estate. The document outlined what would happen if Mary or Peter died first. It was signed by Peter Van Brugh Livingston in the presence of John V.D. Spiegel and Nicholas C. Bogart.
Cadwallader Colden Jr.08-28-1760
Cadwallader Colden Jr., addressed from Coldenham, an Estate along the Hudson, wrote to Peter Van Brugh Livingston, addressed to Merchant at New York. He explained that his brother, David Colden paid Mr. Alexander. He was afraid to go to town because of smallpox.
French & Blake09-23-1760
French & Blake, of Madiera Island, wrote to Peter Van Brugh Livingston, no address. They informed Peter that Martha Captain Hunter was taken by a French Privateer. They asked if the boat was insured. French and Blake sold Madeira wine and hoped for future orders.
Names included: Snow Industry James Carman Master, Captain Carinan, Captain Elliot, and Francis Lewis & Company.
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