Address to Governor Lord Cornbury, Principal Freeholders and Inhabitants of Richmond County, New York, 1702

In 1702 the Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty of the City of New York made an address welcoming Governor Lord Cornbury. A similar address was received from:

Principal Freeholders and Inhabitants

Nicholas Manning
Richard Mitchel
Richard Mitchel, Jr.
Joseph palmer
John Rew
Oswald Foord
Jno. Tannoe
Jab. Suss
John Brown
Jean La Tourrettes
Henry Chadeayne
John Chadeayne
Diner Cerveau
Damiel Stillwell
James Pitchie

Jno. Heremson
Jno. Shotwell
Jan Tomison van Pell
Laur. Decanus
Johan. Decanus
Benjamin Cooper
Ferdinando Wamisly
Richard Curtis
Thomas Stillwell
John Stillwell
Thomas Stillwell, Jr.
Nathaniel White, Jr.
Aaron Prall
Charles Marshell
William britten

Lambert Garison
Lewis Do Boas
Thomas Walton
David Bonfoy
George Green
Joseph Britten
Ephraim Tayler
Daniel Shotwell
Richard Marel
Philip Marell
Richard Marell, Jr.
William Comins
Ellis Duxbury
J. Billop
Abraham Cole

Damiel Arnan
Jno. Arnan
Benjamin Britten
B. Le Conte
Jean Chadeayne
Christ. Garetson
Nathaniel Britten
Henry Berry
Nathaniel Britten
Ed. Aresmoth
Nyec Reals Direckse
Hendk. Van Dyke
Daniel Lake
Abraham Lake
Samuel Osburn

Headlam, Cecil, ed., Calender of State Papers, Colonial Series (Volume 20), America and West Indies, Jan.-Dec. 1, 1702, Preserved in the Public Record Office (Vaduz: Kraus Reprint Ltd., 1964) First Published London: HMSO, 1912. pp. 615-624.

More information about New York’s history can be found in the books:

The Encyclopedia of New York City
and:
Before the Melting Pot: Society and Culture in Colonial New York City, 1664-1730

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