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|Named Person:||David Abeel, of New York City.; James Alexander; Nicholas Bayard; Samuel Bayard; Cornelius Clopper; Johanna Kelsall; Jacob Kip; Judah Mears; Lewis Morris; David Ogden; Josias Ogden; Peter Vallet; Stephen Van Cortlandt; John Varick; William Walton; John Peter Zenger; Staatz family.|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
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Ann Elizabeth Schuyler
|Description:||1 volumes (512 pages)|
Entries primarily record small sales of dry goods, cloth, jewelry, sugar, tea, sundries, groceries, and general merchandise, with payments made in cash, labor, and other goods. Some entries identify the occupation of the individual, including several tradesmen of New York City who are thereby identified by profession. A number of her customers were women. Many of the persons with whom she dealt were prominent New Yorkers; others were residents of Connecticut, New Jersey, Rhode Island, and various places in New York State. They included Jacob Kip, David Abeel, Lewis Morris, Jr., Samuel Bayard, Nicholas Bayard, Johanna Kelsall, John Peter Zenger, John Varick, Josias Ogden, Stephen Van Cortlandt, David Ogden, James Alexander, William Walton, Sr., Cornelius Clopper, Peter Vallet, Judah Mears, a Jewish merchant of Princeton, New Jersey; several members of the Staats family, and many others.
- Abeel, David, -- of New York City.
- Alexander, James, -- 1691-1756.
- Bayard, Nicholas, -- 1698-1766.
- Bayard, Samuel.
- Clopper, Cornelius, -- 1716-1796.
- Kelsall, Johanna.
- Kip, Jacob.
- Mears, Judah.
- Morris, Lewis, -- 1698-1762.
- Ogden, David, -- 1707-1798.
- Ogden, Josias.
- Vallet, Peter.
- Van Cortlandt, Stephen, -- 1685-1766.
- Varick, John.
- Walton, William.
- Zenger, John Peter, -- 1680?-1746.
- Staatz family.
- Jewish merchants -- New Jersey -- Princeton.
- Women merchants -- New York (State) -- New York.
- New Jersey -- Commerce.
- New York (N.Y.) -- Commerce.
- New York (State) -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.