Birdsall & Jackson promise to pay note from James Lewis, 1814

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Title

Birdsall & Jackson promise to pay note from James Lewis, 1814

Subject

Birdsall, John C., c.1773-1850
Birdsall & Jackson
Lewis, James
Business enterprises
General stores
Promissory notes

Description

Promise to pay note in the amount of two pounds, eight shillings, and nine pence, from James Lewis, of the Township of Hempstead, to Birdsall & Jackson. Note: Birdsall & Jackson was a general store in Jerusalem (present-day Wantagh), N.Y. It was operated by John C. Birdsall and Micah Jackson until the dissolution of their partnership in 1812. Birdsall continued operating the business, later taking on other partners.

Date

July 6, 1814

Contributor

O'Connor, Michael

Rights

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Format

Promissory note
Promise to pay note

Is Part Of

Carman Family Collection (Box 2, Folder 27)

Files

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Citation

“Birdsall & Jackson promise to pay note from James Lewis, 1814,” Hofstra University Library Special Collections: Digital Collections, accessed July 23, 2024, https://omeka.hofstra.edu/items/show/4383.

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