Looe Bakerc. October 1828- June 1829
Looe Baker wrote to Sarah Sabina Kean, addressed to Ursino. He wrote to account for and pay for lots sold. This was presumably done after the death of Peter Kean on October 2, 1828, but before their marriage in early to mid 1829.
People Included: Job Sayre, Stephen H. Woodruff, Aaron B. Meeker, Mr. Chetwood
Peter Philip James KeanApril 15, c.1824- 1828
Peter Kean wrote from Elizabeth Town, NJ to John Kean, his son, addressed to The Brother's Peugnet Office NY American, NY. He sent money for Mr. Peugnet and discussed the importance of John's studies.
People Included: Mr and Mr Peugnet, Susan Ursin Niemcewicz, Sarah Sabina Morris, Julia Ursin Niemcewicz, Sarah Louisa Jay Kean, Tomas Biddle, Mrs. Wilkinson
Places Included: New York
Peter Philip James KeanDecember 12, c. 1824-1827
Peter Kean wrote from Elizabeth Town, NJ to John Kean, his son, addressed to Mr. Peugnet's Office NY American, NY. He wrote regarding John's education and discussed learning Spanish specifically.
People Included: Sarah Sabina Kean, Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean, Sarah Louisa Jay Kean, Susan Ursin Niemcewicz, William Robinson
Places Included: New York
Peter Philip James KeanJanuary 10, 1825 or 1826
Peter Kean wrote from Elizabeth Town, NJ to John Kean, his son, addressed to Greenwich near New York. Peter send $105.42 for John's bill with Mr. Peugnet and talked about John's studies.
People Included: Mr and Madame Peugnet, Sarah Sabina Kean, Susan Ursin Niemcewicz, Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean, Sarah Louisa Jay Kean
A receipt from Daniel Bache to John Kean for clothing. It was paid from Sarah Sabina Kean, from the Estate of Peter Philip James Kean.
Sarah Sabina Baker08-09-1829
Sarah Sabina Baker wrote to John Kean, her son, addressed to Highland School, West Point. She and Looe Baker, her husband, were delayed in visiting him.
George T. Elliot, William Slater, and Margaret Slater06-22-1829
Mortgage indenture between Sarah Kean and William Slater and his wife, Margaret Slater. Prepared and signed by George T. Elliot.
People Included: Elias Mooney, Richard Guyou
Peter Seton Henry09-07-1829
Peter Seton Henry wrote from Albany, NY to Sarah Sabina Kean, addressed to Ursino, near Elizabeth Town, NJ.He needed Sarah to send the Power of Attorney for Peter Philip James Kean in a legal case Susan Ursin Niemcewicz had against Boyd.
People Included: Edmund Wilkes
Receipt from William Horton to Sarah Sabina Kean showing she paid $5.50 for repairs for John Kean, her son.
John Kean II04-14-1829
John Kean wrote to Susan Ursin Niemcewicz, his grandmother, addressed to Ursino, near Elizabeth Town, NJ. He had just received a letter from Mrs. Palmer, his cousin, about the birth of Cornelia Livingston Kean and had been trying to see Julia, presumably Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean.
People Included: Sarah Sabina Kean, Cornelia Livingston Kean, Mrs. Palmer, Mrs. B Robinson, Bishop Family, Dr. Stevens, Mrs. S, Dr. Watts, Mr. P
Notable Quote: "I don't know for what the baby is to be called CL. I think that ut ought to be after Mother. C Sabina L Kean."
John Kean wrote from New York, NY to Susan Ursin Niemcewicz, his grandmother, addressed to Elizabeth Town, NJ. He was planning to visit Ursino soon and asked her to ask his mother to write to Mrs. Chegaray that he cannot walk in the morning because he gets sick.
People Included: Sarah Sabina Kean, Mrs. Paigne, Mr. thilbeaurt, Christine Alexander William, Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean, Julia Fanny, Cousin Palmer
Indenture between Sarah Sabina Kean, Peter Van Brugh Livingston, and William G. Bucknor, July 1, 1829
Sarah Sabina Kean07-01-1829
An Indenture between Sarah Sabina Kean, Peter Van Brugh Livingston, and William G. Bucknor involved sending 60 enslaved people to Louisiana.
People Included: Harriet E. Livingston, Thomas Goulding, Robert Houstoun, William Odell Jr., Jacob Morris, John Cox Morris, B.W. Bonney
Sarah Sabina Kean06-23-1829
Sarah Kean wrote from Ursino to William Pennington, addressed to Newark, NJ. She wrote regarding some papers she had to sign and money owed Peter Philip James Kean's Estate by Mrs. Van Brugh Livingston.
Sarah Sabina Kean01-19-1829
A cashiers check written by Sarah Sabina Kean to Beverly Robinson for $47.18 to be taken out of the State Bank at Elizabeth. On the back Beverly Robinson wrote that it was to be paid to John Tharp Lawrence.
Sarah Sabina Kean04-11-1829
Sarah Sabina Kean wrote to John Kean, her son, addressed to Ursino, Elizabeth Town, NJ. She primarily wrote about bonds and money he received from his father, Peter Philip James Kean's, personal estate.
Sarah Sabina Kean02-05-1829
Sarah Sabina Kean wrote from Ursino to John Kean, her son, addressed to Mr. Peugnat's Office of the American, New York. She told him about a trip she, his sisters, and some others took into Elizabeth Town and asked that he write to his Grandmother.
People Included: Miss Clay, Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean, Uncle Rutherfurd, Mrs Riggs, Mary Ricketts, Christine Alexander William Kean, Bobby, Emily Peugnat, Susan Ursin Niemcewicz, Peter Philip James Kean
Places Included: Elizabeth Town, NJ
Sarah Sabina Kean07-24-1829
Sarah Sabina Kean wrote from Butternuts, Otsego County, NY to John Kean, her son, addressed to Mr. Peugnet's School, the Office of the American, New York. She wrote about her health, his uncles and cousins, and a cousin's wedding they attended.
People Included: John Cox Morris, Richard Morris, Mary Morris, Cousin William Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean, Miss Cooper, Emma Clark, Mrs. Peugnet
Places Included: Cooperstown, NY, Saratoga, NY
Sarah Sabina Kean07-21-1829
Sarah Sabina Kean wrote from Butternuts, Otsego County, NY to John Rutherfurd, her uncle, addressed to Edgerston, near Belleville, NJ. She wrote that she was shocked to hear of the death of Mary Ricketts. She knew she should return to Elizabeth Town, but felt that in her current state of health she would just be a burden.
People Included: Mary Ricketts, Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean, Susan Ursin Niemcewicz, Jacob Morris, Dr. Watts, Mrs. Palmer, Mr. Peugnet, John Kean
Sarah Sabina Kean02-16-1829
Indenture between Sarah Sabina Kean and Abner Parcells where Kean leased to Parcells 57 acres of land in Union, Essex County, NJ containing and orchard and woods.
Sarah Sabina Kean03-26-1829
Indenture from Sarah Sabina Kean to John Lockwood & Henry Durant for the lease of land.
People Included: Joseph Gildersleeve,
Places Included: South Orange, NJ
Sarah Sabina Kean and Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean01-29-1829
Sarah Sabina Kean and Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean wrote from Ursino, Elizabeth Town, NJ to John Kean, care of Mr. Peugnet, address not included.John was supposed to visit but could not because of the weather.
People Included: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, Dr. Stevens, Susan Ursin Niemcewicz, Mrs. Palmer, Mr. Adams, Mary Ricketts, Miss Clay, Betsey, Emily, Robert, Madam Peugnet, Cousin Julia,
Sarah Sabina Kean and Susan Ursin Niemcewicz02-24-1829
Sarah Sabina Kean wrote from Ursino to John Kean, her son, addressed to Mr. Peugnets Office N.Y. American, New York, NY. Sarah was concerned about John's health and said that she would approve of him going to France with Mr. Peugnet to help improve it. Susan Ursin Neimcewicz, his grandmother, included a short letter at the end giving him advice should he travel.
People Included: Dr. Benjei, Christine Alexander William Kean, Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean, Mary Ann Cooper, Mary Cooper, Henry Phinney, Mrs. Jay, Cousin Robinson
Receipt from Miller to John Kean that Miller received $48 in payment for John Kean's cloak.
John Cox Morris06-11-1829
John Cox Morris wrote from Butternutts, Ostego County, NY to Sarah Sabina Baker, his sister, addressed to 19 Bond Street, New York, NY.
People Include: The General (possibly Jacob Morris, their father)
Julian Ursin Niemcewicz04-24-1829
Julian Ursin Niemcewicz wrote from Warsaw, Poland to John Kean and Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean, his grandchildren, addressed to Elizabeth Town, NJ. He wrote to express his sympathy over the loss of their father. He wrote to John to endeavor in his life to be like his father and that even when Julian is dead he will always be welcome in Poland as family. He wrote to Julia about the prospect of her coming to Europe and all he would give her there. He told her in the meantime to mind her mother and grandmother's health.
People Included: Sarah Sabina Kean, Susan Ursin Niemcewicz
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