Author:Vanderveer, Captain Cornelius (d. 1804). Revolutionary War hero who fought the British in Flatbush 2 days before the battle of Long Island and was nearly hanged after his capture

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Image for A "TRUE COPY" of a DOCUMENT notifying Cornelius Duryea that his term of holding Jacobus Vanderventer's farm is soon ending, ANNOTATED & SIGNED by CAPTAIN CORNELIUS VANDERVEER who delivered the document.

A "TRUE COPY" of a DOCUMENT notifying Cornelius Duryea that his term of holding Jacobus Vanderventer's farm is soon ending, ANNOTATED & SIGNED by CAPTAIN CORNELIUS VANDERVEER who delivered the document.

By: (Vanderventer, Jacobus). Vanderveer, Captain Cornelius (d. 1804). Revolutionary War hero who fought the British in Flatbush 2 days before the battle of Long Island and was nearly hanged after his capture.

Price: $300.00

Publisher: Flatbush Kings County, October 8th, 1796.: 1796.

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 95122

Condition: Good


- Over 70 words penned on 7 inch high by 8 inch wide creamy white paper notifying Cornelius Duryea of the town of Flatbush that his "term of holding" expires the following March. "Sir you will accept of this Note as a sufficient Notice that your term of holding my farm according to agreement between us Expires next March.... I have thought it proper to give you sufficient time to provide for yourself...." The note is signed Jacobus Vanderventer in the copyist's hand. A 26-word annotation penned by the Revolutionary War hero Cornelius Vanderveer proclaims that "I the subscri... View more info

Image for AUTOGRAPH DOCUMENT SIGNED by Revolutionary War hero CAPTAIN CORNELIUS VANDERVEER, witnessed by his son JOHN C. VANDERVEER and also signed by his other son GARRET VANDERVEER from whom he was securing a loan.

AUTOGRAPH DOCUMENT SIGNED by Revolutionary War hero CAPTAIN CORNELIUS VANDERVEER, witnessed by his son JOHN C. VANDERVEER and also signed by his other son GARRET VANDERVEER from whom he was securing a loan.

By: Vanderveer, Captain Cornelius (d. 1804). Revolutionary War hero who fought the British in Flatbush 2 days before the battle of Long Island and was nearly hanged after his capture.

Price: $375.00

Publisher: April 2nd, 1803.: 1803.

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 95121

Condition: Good


- Over 80 words penned on 8 inch high by 6 inch wide creamy white paper promising to repay a loan received from Garret Vanderveer, signed by Cornelius Vanderveer on the "2nd day of April 1803" and witnessed by his son John C. Vanderveer, with his signature. "I promise to pay unto Garret Vanderveer on order the Sum of Eighty three dollars & thirty three cents with lawful interest for the same as soon as I shall receive the same or any part thereof from [Israel?] Wood of New York...." The document is annotated and signed by his son Garret Vanderveer as having received the full su... View more info

Image for AUTOGRAPH DOCUMENT SIGNED by Revolutionary War hero CAPTAIN CORNELIUS VANDERVEER, witnessed by his son GARRET and also signed by his other son JOHN C. VANDERVEER from whom he was securing a loan.

AUTOGRAPH DOCUMENT SIGNED by Revolutionary War hero CAPTAIN CORNELIUS VANDERVEER, witnessed by his son GARRET and also signed by his other son JOHN C. VANDERVEER from whom he was securing a loan.

By: Vanderveer, Captain Cornelius (d. 1804). Revolutionary War hero who fought the British in Flatbush 2 days before the battle of Long Island and was nearly hanged after his capture.

Price: $375.00

Publisher: April 2nd, 1803.: 1803.

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 95120

Condition: Good


- Over 80 words penned on 7-1/8 inch high by 7-3/4 inch wide creamy white paper promising to repay a loan received from his son John C. Vanderveer, signed by Cornelius Vanderveer on the "2nd day of April 1803" and witnessed by his son Garret Vanderveer, with Garret's signature. "I promise to pay unto John C. Vanderveer on order the Sum of Eighty three dollars & thirty three cents with lawful interest for the same, as soon I shall receive the same or any part thereof from [Israel?] Wood of New York...." The document is annotated and signed by John C. Vanderveer as having receive... View more info