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Joseph Birdsall receipt for purchase of rum from Samuel Seaman, 1780.jpg
Receipt for payment of eleven pounds, one shilling, and four pence made by Joseph Burcham (alternate spelling of Birdsall) to Samuel Seaman, a New York City merchant. The payment was for the purchase of a barve [?] of rum. Note: Birdsall owned a…

Joseph Birdsall quitclaim document from Samuel Seaman-1, 1794.jpg
Quitclaim deed from Samuel Seaman to Joseph Birdsall, both of Jerusalem (present-day Wantagh). The deed concerned two parcels of land and a patent granted to John Jackson, Thomas Allen, and Seaman, who was the only surviving patentee. Note:…

John C. Birdsall, Samuel Seaman, Willetts Seaman, articles of agreement, 1816.jpg
Articles of agreement between John C. Birdsall, on the one part, and Samuel and Willetts Seaman, on the other part. The terms of the agreement lay out the conditions for Birdsall's rental of his general store, which was located in Jerusalem…
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