Sarah Sabina Bakerc. 1832-1833
Sarah Sabina Baker wrote to John Kean, her son, addressed to Princeton, NJ. She was upset that John hardly even wrote to her.
People Included: Mr and Mrs King, Philemon M. Baker, Mr. I Drake
Sarah Sabina BakerBetween 1832-1839
Sarah Sabina Baker wrote from New York, NY to John Kean, her son, addressed to Ursino, Elizabethtown, NJ.
People Included: Louisa Livingston, Cornelia Livingston, Richard, Mr. Livingston, Philemon M. Baker
Sarah Sabina Bakerbetween 1832-1833
Sarah Sabina Baker wrote to John Kean, her son, addressed to Princeton, NJ. She wrote about how proud she was of him but that she could not send him more money at the moment.
People Included: Philemon M. Baker, Philemon & Fielding, Mrs. Pomeroy
Sarah Sabina BakerFebruary 10, c. 1832
Sarah Sabina Baker wrote to John Kean, her son, addressed to Highland School, Cold Spring, Putnam County, NY. She wrote to inform him of the death of Dr. Watts and to update him on family news. She mentioned Looe Baker going to New York to look for a house on Bond Street.
People Included:Dr. Watts, Uncle Rutherford, Mary Rutherford, Louisa Rutherford, John Rutherford, Looe Baker, Peter,Culter, David, Mr. Isaac, Mr Watson, Susan Ursin Niemcewicz
Places Included: Bond Street, NY, Princeton College
Sarah Sabina BakerJanuary, 23 c. 1832
Sarah Sabina Baker wrote from Ursino to John Kean, her son, addressed to Highland School, Cold Spring, Putnam County, NY. She was concerned about John because of the cold weather and snow and also wrote to ask him to apologize for leaving without taking his leave from Mr. Baker, and says that he could blame her.
People Include: Looe Baker, Mrs. Wilkinson, William Palmer, Mary Philemon, Dr. Beck, Susan Ursin Niemcewicz, Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean, Christine Alexander William Kean, E. Rosa Armstrong (Cousin Rosa)
Places Include: Princeton College, New York
Sarah Sabina BakerSeptember 13, between 1831-1833
Sarah Sabina Baker wrote from Butternuts to Susan Ursin Niemcewicz, her mother-in-law, addressed to Bellville, NJ. She wrote that she did not like that Susan was alone all the time at Ursino and that when she returned to her home at 19 Bond Street, New York she would start getting a room ready for her. She then wrote about different parties and places she had attended while visiting her family.
People Included: Mrs. Rutgers, Cousin Julia (Julia Lawrence?), William Baker, Peter, Sarah, Lewis, Dr. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Stuyvesant, Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean, Watts, Aunt Nancy, Aunt Sally, Mr. Stout, Dr. Spring, Betsey, Lewis Lee Morris, Mr. Brooke,Mrs. Kember, Christine Alexander William Kean, Mr. Saffery, Anthony Rutgers, Sally Rutgers, John Kean, Morris Cooper, Philemon Baker Eliza Baker
Places Included: Utica, Ursino, Elizabethtown, NJ
Julia Ursin Niemcewicz KeanBefore 1833
Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean wrote to John Kean, her brother, addressed to Highland School. She wrote because neither she nor their Grandmother, Susan Ursin Niemcewicz, had heard from their mother, Sarah Sabina Baker, and Julia was worried.
A reciept acknowledging payment of $125 on a loan involving the Servant Society, J. W. Siante, and J. D. Steel. It mentioned a previous payment made on August 21.
Receipt from Samuel Goodwin who owned a shop specializing in chimney pots and roman cement. The receipt is for a chimney pot costing $5.00 and is addressed to 44 Berekley Street, but has no name for the recipient.
Johnathan Osborn to Benjamin Williamson on behalf of John Kean, Henry I. Williams, Daniel Willis, and Wife, March 12, 1838
Receipt from Johnathan Osborn to Benjamin Williamson for $22.42 for legal costs and sale of property st the suit of Henry I. Williams, John Kean, Daniel Willis and Wife, defendants. This legal suit was possibly in relation to the estate of Susan Ursin Niemcewicz, of which Henry I. Williams and John Kean were executors.
A memorandum of papers belonging to the estate of Susan Ursin Niemcewicz. the document lists the bond's date and who they were issued from and to.
An account of payments received on bonds held as part of Susan Ursin Niemcewicz's estate. The document included who paid, to whom, the amount, and what the money was for.
William Thomas Carroll12-09-1837
William Thomas Carroll wrote from New York to John Kean, addressed to Elizabeth, NJ. He wrote that their friend Osborn had been confined with inflammatory rheumatism and he had been visiting him and asked John to visit him as well.
Horace H. Comstock, John Kean, and William Baker08-02-1836
Indenture for the sale of land in Saginaw, Michigan from Norman Little to Horace H. Comstock, John Kean, and William Baker.
W. Kent wrote to R. Sedgwick, address not included, regarding a legal between Mr. Bradish and John Kean (?). He suggested two methods to resolve the matter.
People Included: Peter A. Jay, Daniel Lad
Receipt for a 12 month subscription to the New-York Farmer. The subscriber is unknown.
Sarah Sabina Baker04-13-1835
Sarah Sabina Baker wrote to John Kean, her son, addressed to Ursino, Elizabethtown, NJ. She begged John not to push himself too much and to give up bodily labor after he hurt himself with some farm equipment. She also told him that Christine and Eliza, his sister and step-sister, would be coming to visit him this week before school started again.
People Included: Christine Alexander William Kean, Eliza Baker, Philemon Baker, Betsey, Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean, Mary Morris, Mr. Collin, Mr. Davis, Dr. Hawk, Mary Rutherfurd, Looe Baker
Places Included: Butternuts, NY, Lousiville
Sarah Sabina Baker04-08-1835
Sarah Sabina Baker wrote from New York to John Kean, her son, addressed to Ursino, near Elizabethtown, NJ. Sarah wrote that John should take care to clean the cellars in Ursino, as she believed the bad air from the cellars brought sickness. Robinson was leaving to work for the Corporation and Sarah said she would miss him.
People Included: Looe Baker, Betsey, Robinson
Jacob O. Drake02-08-1835
An account and abstract between Jacob O. Drake and John Kean, Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean, and Christine Alexander William Kean, children of the late Peter Philip James Kean. The document lists money in each child's estate and was sent to Sarah Sabina Baker, their mother and guardian.
John Kean II04-01-1835
Statement of account from John Kean to Sarah Sabina Baker, his mother. A note at the top of the account states that John acknowledged that he received his portion of the estate of Peter Philip James Kean, his father, in full.
John Kean II04-01-1835
Probate inventory of the Estate of Susan Ursin Niemcewicz. Anthony Rutgers was the executor of her estate, but died before the accounts were settled. Susan's grandson, John Kean took over as executor.
John Kean II03-31-1835
Lease between John Kean and James Alvin for the property known as the Tucker House.
John Kean II04-09-1835
An indenture=naming John Kean, now of age, executor of his grandmother, Susan Ursin Niemcewicz's estate.
People Included: Anthony Rutgers, Henry I. Williams, J. Oliver Halsted, Jacob O. Drake,
Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean06-12-1835
Julia Ursin Niemcewicz Kean wrote from Montreal to John Kean, her brother, addressed to Ursino, Elizabethtown, NJ. She described her travels to Quebec with the family. She remarked that it was hard for her to go places she had once been with Sarah Louisa Jay Kean before she died.
People Included: Sarah Sabina Baker, Looe Baker, Mr. Waddington, Mr. Ogden of Mobile, Sarah Louisa Jay Kean, Judge Kent, Jenny, Bishop of Montreal,
Places Included: Ballston, Saratoga, Caldwell, Lake George, Lake Champlain, Plattsburg, Burlington, St. John's, Albany, La Peairice
A memior of Julian Ursin Niemcewicz written by Karola Kniaziewicza, published in 1835 and written in Polish.
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