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Guide to the Beekman Family Papers
1652-1937
 MS 51

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Collection processed by Alisa Harrison and John Winter

This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on June 24, 2019
Description is in English

Container List

Box 24(A), William Beekman & James Beekman, Jr., 1696-1810

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For more information, see White's guide, Volume 2, pages 257-262.

The Complaint of James Beekman, Jr. (1834) regarding the estate of his wife Lydia Beekman, and the Beekman Coat of Arms have been moved to oversized materials, Folder 2.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 24(A) Folder : 1 William Beekman, Bonds and Mortgages
1766-1772
Box: 24(A) Folder : 2 William Beekman and the Rebuilding of Princeton's Nassau Hall
1802-1807
Box: 24(A) Folder : 3 Elizabeth Rutgers and Rutgers Family, Accounts and Receipts
1783-1790
Box: 24(A) Folder : 4 Correspondence Pertaining to the Wawayanda Patent
1766-1784
Box: 24(A) Folder : 5 William Beekman and Abraham Beekman, Bills and Receipts pertaining to Accounts in New Jersey
1775-1783
Box: 24(A) Folder : 6 Nicholas Bayard, Supreme Court Judgments, Accounts, and Mortgages pertaining largely to insolvency
1789-1792
Box: 24(A) Folder : 7 William Beekman, Houses on Dock and Duke Street
1784-1790
Box: 24(A) Folder : 8 Deeds of Partition and Surveys of the Drowned Lands, a portion of the Wawayanda Patent
1772-1806
Box: 24(A) Folder : 9 Bond, Correspondence, Mortgage, and Estate Settlement for Michael Moore and his wife, for 100 Acres in Hackensack, New Jersey
1774-1805
Box: 24(A) Folder : 10 James Beekman, Jr. Overseas Business Papers
1800-1810
Box: 24(A) Folder : 11 Various DeLancey Accounts
1696-1773

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