Found 6 collections related to Estate inventories

Ten Broeck, Abraham, 1734-1810
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 3138
.13 linear feet (1 volume)
This estate inventory contains details on Stephen Van Rensselaer's patents, deeds, books, and papers, transferred to his son Stephen Van Rensselaer (1764-1839), present proprietor of Rensselaerswyck, on July 6, 1787. Estate executor Abraham Ten... more
Charlton, Richard, d. 1777
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 3476
.21 linear feet (1 volume)
Account book (1757-1786) of Episcopal clergyman Richard Charlton of New York, containing an inventory of Charlton's personal estate made by his heir, John Charlton. The inventory lists Charlton's slaves, household goods, bonds and other notes... more
James, John E
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 1440
.15 linear feet (1 v.)
John E. James was an appraiser of personal estates. Estate inventory consists of an inventory and appraisal of articles in a residence in New York City. Inventory is in typescript with manuscript annotations and emendations.
Slevin, James.
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 2773
.06 linear feet (1 volume)
This volume is an inventory of real estate held by a prominent Irish-born merchant named James Slevin. At the time of his death, Slevin owned property in New York City, Cincinnati and other cities in Ohio, Illinois, Iowa, and Indiana (1851-1870).... more
Smith, James R.
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 2785
.08 linear feet (1 volume)
This volume contains the land ledger for the estate of James R. Smith of New York City (October 31, 1829). The ledger shows the manner in which his estate was valued and divided among his heirs. Smith owned property in New York City and in Broome,... more
Reade, Joseph, 1694-1771
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 2412
.2 linear feet (1 volume)
Adolph Philipse (1665-1750) was a wealthy New York City merchant and politician with extensive landholdings in the lower Hudson River Valley. Baptised Adolphus, he was the second son of New York City merchant Frederick Philipse, first Lord of the... more
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