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General Abraham Ten Broeck

George Edwin Bartol Jackson

General Abraham Ten Broeck

by George Edwin Bartol Jackson

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Published by S. Berry in [Portland, Me .
Written in English


Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 85/5685 (C)
The Physical Object
Pagination12 p., [1] leaf of plates : port. ; 22 cm.
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2580769M
LC Control Number85128412

  Let’s back up. Ten Broeck Mansion, a historical museum and non-profit organization run by the Albany Historical County Association since , was first built in for General Abraham Ten Broeck and his wife, Elizabeth Van Rensselaer, after a fire destroyed their previous home. Ten Broeck erected a Federal-style house on five acres of land. The Albany County Historical Association (ACHA) has recently begun the repair and restoration of plaster and lath in the Ten Broeck Mansion, the historic home of Brigadier General Abraham Ten Broeck and his wife, Elizabeth Van Rensselaer, constructed in

Ten Broeck Mansion was home to some of the city's prominent figures, including General Abraham Ten Broeck and Thomas Worth Olcott. Today, it serves as a historic house museum that showcases not just its own history but also the history of its several owners and the city itself, documented in its different architectural additions (Greek Revival. John Ten Broeck to Major Peter Gansevoort. September 8. v. 1. Receipt. October Signed Jno. Brown. Receipt book. March-August. v. 3. Brigadier General Abraham Ten Broeck to Lieutenant Colonel Peter Gansevoort. October

In , according to the first U.S. census, Philip Schuyler enslaved 13 people at his home in Albany. Abraham Ten Broeck enslaved The names of those 25 individuals weren't documented by the.   The Ten Broeck Mansion was built in for General Abraham Ten Broeck and his wife, Elizabeth Van Rensselaer. We will tour the mansion and learn about its history. The mansion is located at 9 Ten Broeck Place (near Livingston Ave and Manning Blvd).


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General Abraham Ten Broeck by George Edwin Bartol Jackson Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Ten Broeck Mansion was built in for General Abraham Ten Broeck and his wife, Elizabeth Van Rensselaer, after a fire destroyed their previous Albany home.

Ten Broeck leased five acres in what then was the Township of Watervliet from his brother-in-law, the Patroon -- Stephen Van Rensselaer. Abraham Ten Broeck (–), an Albany merchant and a member of the New York provincial congress and convention, served as colonel of the 3d Regiment of Albany County militia from October to Junewhen he became a brigadier general of militia.

Ten Broeck resigned his commission in March He was mayor of Albany from toa. Abraham Ten Broeck by Stefan Bielinski. Abraham Ten Broeck was born in May - the eldest surviving son but a younger child of the large family of city father Dirck Ten Broeck and his wife Margarita Cuyler Ten Broeck.

Young Abraham was sent to New York City to learn business in the house of his brother-in-law, Philip ing the death of his father inthe. Abraham Ten Broeck ( [citation needed] – Janu [1]) was a New York politician, businessman, and militia Brigadier General of Dutch descent. He was twice Mayor of Albany, New York and built one of the largest mansions in Children: Dirck Ten Broeck, Elizabeth Schuyler.

Elizabeth Schuyler (born Ten Broeck) was born on month dayat birth place, to Abraham Ten Broeck [Brig. General] and Elizabeth Ten Broeck (born Van Rensselaer). Abraham was born on May 13in Albany, New York, USA.

Roelof Jansen Kil. Wessel's son, Dirck Ten Broeck, was appointed mayor of Albany in He died in But his widow and three other Ten Broeck households were enumerated on the city census of Dirck and Margarita's son, General Abraham Ten Broeck, businessman, field officer in the Revolutionary army, and he was third member of theFile Size: KB.

General Abraham Ten Broeck Military Leader - Mayor of Albany. The official site of the Ten Broeck Mansion and Albany County Historical Association. Contains history, events, information about the Ten Broeck Mansion in Albany NY, General Abraham Ten Broeck, and the Albany County Historical Association.

Classified by New York State as a historic house museum. General Abraham Ten Broeck () led the Albany County Militia in the Battle of Bemis Heights, Saratoga October 7, They helped defeat the British forces under General Burgoyne.

An estimate of men participated in the militia that day. History by New Netherlands Institure. This is the talk page for discussing improvements to the Abraham Ten Broeck article. This is not a forum for general discussion of the article's subject.: Put new text under old text. Click here to start a new topic.; Please sign and date your posts by typing four tildes (~~~~).; New to Wikipedia.

Welcome. Ask questions, get answers. A descendant, General Abraham Ten Broeck, led his men to victory in the battle ending in Burgoyne's surrender. His home bouwerie consisted of two tracts of one thousand two hundred and six hundred acres, respectively, lying one on both sides of Roelof Jansen Kil, the smaller on the Hudson river, both included in the territory erected into.

Full text of "Ten Broeck genealogy, being the records and annuls of Dirck Wesselse Ten Broeck of Albany and his descendants" See other formats. Albany, Febru At a meeting of a number of citizens from most of the districts in the county of Albany, and some gentlemen from Montgomery, General Abraham Ten Broeck was unanimously nominated, as a candidate for the office of representative to Congress.

Built inthe Ten Broeck Mansion stands on the high ground in what is now the Arbor Hill neighborhood. Originally the home of General Abraham Ten Broeck, it was sold in to Thomas Worth Olcott, a banker instrumental in the founding of the Rural Cemetery. Two years after Olcott purchased the property, his daughter-in-law died.

The proceeds of his book will go to the Albany County Historical Association's programming and maintenance of the historic Ten Broeck Mansion, built in by Revolunationary War General Abraham Author: Diana Denner.

Ten Broeck Mansion, Albany. 2K likes. Albany County Historical Association | Ten Broeck Mansion The ACHA is a c3 nonprofit educational museum chartered by 5/5(10). Abraham Ten Broeck was born on April 6in Albany County, New York, to Mayor Dirck Richard Ten Broeck and Grietje Margarita ten Broeck. Abraham had 10 siblings: General Abraham Ten Broeck, Dirck Dirckse Ten Broeck, Anna Tenbroeck, Dirck Ten Broeck, Margarita Tenbroeck, Wessel Tenbroeck, Maria TenBroeck, Christina Ten Broeck.

Abraham Ten Broeck was also actively involved in the local militia. Since the ’s, he held commissions in the provincial militia, during the colonial period.

Inhe was Colonel of the Albany County Militia, and rose through the ranks, until he reached the rank of Brigadier General. The book has multiple pages of receipt entries that are written by Beeckman, but signed by other notables of the area, including being signed 12 times (one with a date) by Rev War General Abraham Ten Broeck [i.e., Colonial Assemblyman, delegate to the Continental Congress, Brigadier-General of the Army, President of the Committee of Safety.

The Ten Broeck Mansion was built in for General Abraham Ten Broeck and his wife, Elizabeth Van Rensselaer, after a fire destroyed their Albany home. Van Rensselaer leased five acres in what then was the Township of Watervliet from his brother-in-law, the Patroon -- Stephen Van Rensselaer.

Abraham Ten Broeck was an early New York businessman and general in the Revolutionary War. The mansion is on a high hill, but the current surroundings do not enhance its beauty. It is generally well furnished, but on a hot day it is rather uncomfortable/5(12).

The Ten Broeck Mansion was constructed in for Brigadier General Abraham Ten Broeck and his wife, Elizabeth Van Rensselaer Ten Broeck. Built in the Federal style, the home underwent several changes throughout its time as a private on: Broadway Troy, NY, United States.His father-in-law was Genl.

Abraham Ten Broeck. John N. Bleecker () Albany Alderman, Contractor, Militiaman, Member Albany Committee of Correspondence, Slave owner.