Catherine Barclay wrote to Susan Ursin Niemcewicz, addressed to Ursino, Elizabethtown, NJ. She wrote primarily to express her sympathy to Susan, Peter Kean and Sarah Kean over the loss of their children (presumably Helen Rutherford Kean and an unnamed baby boy).
People Included: Her brother (possibly Dr. Watts), Mrs. Palmer, Miss Shannon
Christine Biddle wrote to Susan Ursin Niemcewicz, addressed to Ursino, near Elizabethtown, NJ. She informed her of the death of little Betsey Chapman as wel as Mrs. Bradson, Christine's aunt. She was happy that Catherine was helpful to Susan and taking care of her. At the end of the letter she wrote to Catherine and said she is glad to hear Catherine is happy with Susan.
People Included: Thomas Biddle, Peter Philip James Kean, Betsey Chapman, William Palmer, Catherine
Christine Biddle wrote to Susan Ursin Niemcewicz, addressed to Ursino, near Elizabethtown, NJ. She wrote to express her sympathy to Susan, Peter Kean, and Sarah Kean over the loss of Susan's grandchild (possibly Susan Mary Kean).
People Included: Peter Philip James Kean, Sarah Sabina Kean, Margaret Armstrong
Estate of Philip Livingston08-24-1824
An account of money owed to the Estate of Philip Livingston by the Estate of Hermanus P. Schuyler.
Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean and John Kean12-28-1824
Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean and John Kean wrote from Ursino to Jacob Morris, their grandfather, address not included. Julia wrote that she wished him a happy birthday and that he and her grandmother, Mary Cox Morris, had many more years to come. John wrote and asked to his goat be moved from General Root's as soon as possible for he feared she would learn to drink whiskey.
People Included: Sarah Sabina Kean, Peter Kean, Sarah Louisa Jay Kean
Margaret Armstrong wrote from Burlington, NJ to Susan Ursin Niemcewicz, addressed to Ursino, Elizabethtown, NJ. Margaret wrote about her health and how the cold effects her, but she grows stronger everyday.
People Included: Mrs. Bradford, General Armstrong, Peter Philip James Kean, Sarah Sabina Kean, Margaret's mother
Places Included: Philadelphia, PA, the Delaware River
S. A. Britton03-24-1823
S.A. Britton wrote to Peter Kean, both located in Elizabethtown, NJ. He wrote regarding plans for three stories that Peter was planning on building including a cellar, nursery, dining room, and bedroom. The plans were not kept with the letter.
John V. Henry08-02-1823
John V. Henry wrote from Albany to Peter Kean addressed to Elizabethtown, NJ regarding debts paid on the Duncan estate.
People Included: Charles Townsend, Hermanus P. Schuyler
Places Included: New York, NY
Tax receipt to the heirs of William Houstoun sent by N. Jarvis and paid by Peter Kean.
Oration Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church in Elizabethtown, NJ... Before the Cincinnati Society by Peter Kean, July 4, 1823
Peter Philip James Kean07-04-1823
Published copy of a speech given by Peter Kean for the Cincinnati Society in Elizabethtown, NJ.
Peter Philip James Kean and Susan Ursin Niemcewicz07-05-1823
Peter Kean and Susan Ursin Niemcewicz wrote from Ursino to John Rutherford, their uncle and cousin, addressed to Edgerston, NJ. Peter included a copy of a letter he received from Joseph Bloomfield, President of the Society of Cincinnatti, NJ regarding a speech he gave at their meeting.
People Included: Aunt Rutherford, Sarah Sabina Kean
John William Kearney04-05-1823
John William Kearney wrote to New York, NY to Peter Kean, addressed to Elizabethtown, NJ. The letter is about bonds and there is an account listing at the bottom.
John H. McIntosh05-10-1823
John H. McIntosh wrote to Peter Kean, address not included. There was a spelling error on the payment that was sent to Peter that may interfere with his ability to get the money.
People Included: Elizabeth McIntosh, Mr. Carmochan
D. D. Tunison04-07-1823
D.D. Tunison wrote from Rahway, NJ to Peter Kean, address not included, regarding payment and business.
People Included: Mr. Squien
A statement of account between Egbart Benson and children of the late Mr. and Mrs. Houston. Peter Kean represented the children.
A receipt for legal services from Samuel Boyd to Peter Kean connected to the legal case of the Houstoun Children, Elizabeth Houstoun, and Maria Madison.
People Included: John R. Madison, Egbert Benson, Gerard Rutgers, William Houstoun
John Henry Hobart02-13-1822
John Henry Hobart wrote from New York to Peter Kean, addressed to Elizabethtown, NJ regarding financial matters and debt.
People Included: William Dayton, Elias B. Dayton, Mrs. Harkin
Address Delivered at the First Anniversary Meeting of the Elizabeth-Town Apprentices' Library Association by Peter Kean, January 7,1822
Peter Philip James Kean01-07-1822
A published copy of an address given by Peter Kean at the First Anniversary Meeting of the Elizabeth-Town Apprentices' Library Association. This copy was given by Peter to his daughter Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean on January 28, 1823.
Sarah Sabina Kean02-15-1822
Sarah Sabina Kean wrote to Miss Rutherford, her cousin, addressed to Edgerston, Bellville, NJ. Sarah invited her and Miss Scots to the Christening of her daughter Susan Mary Kean.
Beverly Robinson wrote from New York to Peter Kean, addressed to Elizabethtown, NJ regarding accounts and a proposition from Judge Benson.
People Included: Mr. Rutgers
Chistine Biddle wrote to Susan Ursin Niemcewicz, addressed to Elizabethtown, NJ and forwarded by Maria P. Ricketts. Christine mentions that she told Peter Kean her family was looking for a new home. She was confined in town and send her family of children to the country during the month of August. She felt this was the best decision because her last two confinements had her in very precarious circumstances. She kept to her bed for a week and her room for a month before the event took place. Her and her family are now settled in their new home on 4th Street.
People Included: Mrs. Biddle, Peter Philip James Kean, Sarah Sabina Kean, Thomas Biddle, Mr. Rushes, Harry, Julia (Williams?), Mrs. Armstrong
Jacob Morris wrote from Butternuts, NY to Lewis Morris, his brother, addressed to Morrisania, Harlem, NY. Jacob wrote about the rent and yields on their South Carolina property, his wife Mary Cox Morris's health, and their brother Staats.
People Included: Montgomery
Henry I. Williams01-02-1821
Henry I. Williams wrote from Philadelphia to Peter Kean, addressed to Ursino, near Elizabethtown, NJ regarding his account with Susan Ursin Niemcewicz.
People Included: Mr. Randall
Account of the estate of Samuel Pitney, administrator of the estate of Aaron Pitney, created for Hannah Pitney.
Charles Austin and Jackson H. Baggatt06-23-1820
Charles Austin and Jackson H. Baggatt wrote from New York, NY to Susan Ursin Niemcewicz and Peter Kean, addressed to Ursino, near Elizabethtown, NJ. Susan had ordered some supplies from them and they wrote to say they were on their way via the Steam Boat Atalanta. Ursino is spelled incorrectly in the letter and on the exterior as Orsino.
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