JONES, SAMUEL, a Delegate from New York; born in Oyster Bay, Long Island, N.Y.,
July 26, 1734; elected as a Delegate to the Continental Congress in 1788 but
did not attend; died November 21, 1819.
Wisconsin Historical Society Archives Madison, WI Papers:1760-1819, 0.8 cubic foot.
The collection of Samuel Jones contains papers received by him
when he served as a counselor in New York City. The papers include wills, land
patents, a slave manumission paper, 1779, and other legal documents. Also
included are letters regarding Indian affairs at Ft. William Henry, Permaquid
Point, Maine, 1701, and a copy of a letter from a New York group to the
Connecticut Committee of Correspondence regarding the formation of a colonial
Cornell University Carl A. Kroch Library Ithaca, NY Papers:In the treaties, etc. Onondaga Tribe of Indians, 1788 Sept.
12, 2 leaves.
Treaty is signed by Samuel Jones.
Library of Congress Manuscripts Division Washington, DC Papers:In the records of the British Board of Commissioners for
Superintending Embarkations, 1783, 1 volume, 1 container, 1 microfilm
Proceedings are signed by Samuel Jones. Collection forms part
of the papers and collection of Peter Force.
The New-York Historical Society New York, NY Papers:1761-1803, 1 volume.
A receipt book, 1761-1803, of New York City lawyer Samuel
Jones, recording payment for legal services, rent, boundary settlements, and
taxes in addition to various court fees, including judge's, sheriff's, clerk's,
recorder's, and crier's fees.
Yale University Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript
Library New Haven, CT Papers:In the legal documents and letters relating to the
Brotherton Indians, 1795-1843, 8 items.
Persons represented include Samuel Jones.
Jones, Samuel. Communications from the Late Honorable Samuel
Jones to John Pintard, Esq. New York: N.p., 1821.
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