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Livingston Family Genealogical table of the Livingstons descended from Robert, from 1676 to 1850

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC03107.00001 Author/Creator: Livingston Family Place Written: [s.l.] Type: Document Date: 1676-1850 Pagination: 1 p. 46.9 x 118.7 cm

Summary of Content: Complete Title: "Genealogical Table Showing the Principal Public Offices, Military Commissions, Etc., Held by Robert Livingston, First Lord of the Manor of Livingston, and His Descendants, including Men who have Married Ladies of this Family, from A.D. 1676-1850. (NB-Offices and Commissions Held under the Crown are printed in ordinary type; while all Revolutionary, State, Federal Offices, and Commissions, are printed in Italics. Unless stated otherwise the Colony or State of New York is always meant. This table does not profess to include every public office held by a Livingston, nor does it give the name of every member of the Family who held a public office within the above-mentioned period, nor is it carried beyond the Fifth Generation.)"

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Historical Era: Colonization and Settlement, 1585-1763

Subjects: GenealogyMilitary HistoryGovernment and CivicsRevolutionary War

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