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Anthony Ten Eyck papers

Anthony Ten Eyck

Anthony Ten Eyck papers

by Anthony Ten Eyck

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Uniforms,
  • Militia,
  • History

  • About the Edition

    Bill of lading, invoice, and receipts for clothing and shoes for New York provincial militia.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination4
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25050875M
    LC Control Number79004589

    Ten Eyck, John [Recorder] Names Ten Eyck, John (Author) Collection. Abraham Yates, Jr. papers. Correspondence. Dates / Origin Date Created: (Questionable) Library locations Manuscripts and Archives Division Shelf locator: MssCol Genres Correspondence Notes Funding: Digitization was made possible by a lead gift from The Polonsky. About The Author. Gary Ten Eyck has been writing poetry since about He is a structural engineer, having worked in that field continuously since graduation from Michigan State University in No stranger to writing, he has authored countless papers and articles, mainly on risk management and loss prevention for structural engineers.

    Anthony, son of Coenradt Ten Eyck, was born Septem , and was a merchant of New York City. He married, Novem , Sara E. Ten Eyck, a great-granddaughter of Coenradt Ten Eyck. Coenradt A., son of Anthony Ten Eyck, was born (the name is written with a small t in the records of the Collegiate Dutch church in New. Get this from a library! Receipt book, [David Verplanck] -- Receipt book, , kept by the executors of David Verplanck's will, John Beekman and Isaac G. Verplanck; some receipts dated Albany. The receipts cover, among other things, the expenses of.

    Collection contains correspondence and miscellaneous papers of Peter Smith dating from ; papers of philanthropist and reformer Gerrit Smith, including family letters, circulars, political speeches on peace, temperance, abolition, women's suffrage, and the Irish cause dating from ; correspondence of Elizabeth (Smith) Miller, ; letters of Susan B. Anthony,   A. Ten Eyck Brown was the prominent architect of public buildings in Atlanta for the first third of the twentieth century; he was rivaled only by Morgan and Dillon (later Morgan, Dillon, and Lewis). Brown built county courthouses in Spalding (, destroyed by fire), Fulton (, with Morgan and Dillon), Clarke (), and Cherokee () counties.. During the mids, as supervising.


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Biographical Note. The Ten Eyck/Bronk Family Papers contain the records of the descendents of Jacob C. Ten Eyck (), a nephew of Samuel Coeymans (), to whom Coeymans left his sizable estate of land in Coeymans, NY. Jacob’s son, Conrad J. Ten Eyck (), retained control of the Coeymans house, mill, and surrounding lands.

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Tenodor Ten Eyck,was an infantry major who served in the Civil War and on the frontier. Consists mostly of diaries and biographical material relating to Tenodor Ten Eyck, from The nine diaries cover different stages in his adult life; most.

Coenraedt Ten Eyck, who came from Amsterdam, Holland, about orand settled in New Amsterdam, married Anthony Ten Eyck papers book Boele. Children: Jacob, see forward; Dirck; Margariet; Tobias; Coenraedt; Hendrick; Matthys; Margariet; Andries; and Metje.

(II) Jacob, son of Coenraedt and Maria (Boele) Ten Eyck, was born in Holland, died in Albany. From various resources, I've been able to do a s hort timeline of Anthony's career. 26 Feb born in Watertown, New York, son of Egert Ten Eyck, a judge, and Rebecca Pearce Lawyer, later Clerk of Michigan Supreme Court in Detroit, Michigan.

Jacob Coenraedt Ten Eyck (–), who served as Mayor of Albany in Anthony E. Ten Eyck (–), a member of Constitutional Convention ofjudge of Rensselaer County and member of the New York State Senate. Egbert Ten Eyck. Written in the form of a "non-fiction novel," according to the book's foreword, Boyer invented the false name Ten Eyck to protect the newsman's family, who asked that he not be identified.

From the Albany Evening Journal We are called upon to perform a painful duty in announcing the sudden death of ANTHONY TEN EYCK, Esq, clerk to the Attorney General of this State, and son of the. Autograph letter signed by Ten Eyck, in ink. 2 pp., on 4-page lettersheet, docketed on 4th page.

x19 cm. (9¾x7½”). Captain Tenedor Ten Eyck, commanding Fort Philip Kearny, writes to Captain John J. Adair, Acting Assistant Adjutant General of the Mountain District D.P., making a “report of Indian depredations committed in the vicinity of this Post a wood party had been attacked by.

MG 1 GANSEVOORT/TEN EYCK FAMILY PAPERS Arranged in eighteen sections in four boxes: GANSEVOORT, LEONARD (), folders CUYLER, GANSEVOORT & COMPANY, Merchants (), folders TEN EYCK, CONRAET (), Box 4 BEECKMAN, JOHANNES (ca. ), folders MISCELLANEOUS EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY.

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Includes. Van Schaick family papers, Collection Number: about 18 - July 7, - Albany, Koenvaet Ten Eyck to Anthony van Schaick, 38 pounds.

2 Land Deeds. Box 1: Folder 1: - Elisabeth van Corlaer and Anthony van Schaick, Albany Co. - 16 pounds. Liquidated book account between heirs of Anna van Schaick.

Box 1. Ten Eyck was born on Apin Schodack, New York. He was the son of Anthony E. Ten Eyck (–) and Maria (née Egbert) Ten Eyck (–). His father was a member of Constitutional Convention ofjudge of Rensselaer County and member of the New York State cal party: Federalist, Jacksonian.

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As foreign-File Size: 5MB. Anthony Ten Eyck, American politician, Delegate to New York convention to ratify U.S. constitution from Albany County, ; Member of New York State Senate Eastern District, Andrew Ten Eyck, American politician, Member of New York State Assembly from Albany County.

Glenn G. Boyer (January 5, – Febru ) was a controversial author who published three books and a number of articles about Wyatt Earp and related figures in the American Old was the first person to reveal the existence of Wyatt Earp's second wife, Mattie publications were for many years regarded as the authoritative source on Wyatt Earp's : January 5,Wisconsin.Albert Anthony Ten Eyck Brown (–) was an architect active in Atlanta, Georgia and other areas.

Brown was born in Albany, New studied at the New York Academy of Design. Several of his works are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.Eight volumes of fieldbooks of New York State by John Evert Van Alen.

The notes indicate the quality of the land. Three volumes contain total of twelve survey maps: volume 5, marked John Pomeroy on cover, of Cedar Swamp and Oyster Bay Queens County, ; volume 3, of the St.

Lawrence River and Penet's Tract, Jefferson County, and volume 7, Hoosick Patent in Rensselaer and Washington.