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Lorenzo State Historic Site

Lorenzo State Historic Site

South Cottage
17 Rippleton Road
Cazenovia, NY 13035, United States
Over decades, Friends of Lorenzo has played a key role in the preservation and promotion of Lorenzo's treasures. Its archives and collections, covering 160 years of history as seen through one family, consists of more than 200,000 documents and 50,000 objects. The documents and objects at Lorenzo comprise the most extensive collection held within the NY State Historic Site System.

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Lorenzo State Historic Site
Aaron White
The Aaron White Papers consist of land documents such as land surveys, assessment rolls, maps, notes, and description of lands, lists of the sections of the Delphi Cemetery, a photograph of an aerial view of Cazenovia, educational documents such as calculation examples and a geometry lesson, floor plans, and administrative records, such as annual records from the M.E. Church in Cazenovia.
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Lorenzo State Historic Site
Fairchild family
This collection contains advertisements, business documents, correspondence, lists, petitions, photographs, printed materials, stamps, and writings. All materials within this collection are from the ancestors of Jane Kennard Gilmore's grandmother, Helen L. Stebbins (nee Kennard). These ancestors include members of the Childs, Fairchilds, Ledyards, and Stebbins families.
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Lorenzo State Historic Site
Henry H. Potter
This collection is made up of business documents and papers that were kept by Henry H. Potter. These documents and papers include bank notes, bills and receipts, checkbooks, checks and cancelled checks, miscellaneous materials, daybooks, and ledgers.
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Lorenzo State Historic Site: In 1793, Samuel S. Forman, a young businessman and adventurer
Forman documents are contained in other segments of the Lorenzo State Historic Site Archives
Lorenzo State Historic Site
Samuel S. Forman
The Samuel S. Forman Papers contain administrative records, books, cattle and livestock papers, papers pertaining to the Cazenovia Post Office, certificates, correspondence, estate records, genealogy, Jonathan Denise Ledyard, government records, land documents, legal documents, lists, papers pertaining to the Madison County Court, John H. Oley, Richard Button Patent, slave documents, store documents, speeches and addresses, writings, and miscellaneous papers. Although the Samuel S. Forman Papers are primarily made up of business documents and papers from Forman's time as a shop owner of general stores for the Holland Land Company, and a store in Middletown Point, New Jersey. These business documents and papers include: account books and statements, ashes, bills and receipts, calculations, cashbooks, correspondence, daybooks, invoice books, ledgers, memorandums, orders for payment, petty lists, receipt books, registers, scratch books, and suppliers for Forman's stores. Some business documents and papers pertain to business dealings with specific people and organizations such as Jonathan and Samuel Forman Sr., Oneida Turnpike Road Co., the Cazenovia Establishment, the Sloop Monmouth, Jacob H. Ten Eyck, Sweet and Lovejoy, the Third Great Western Turnpike, S. Van Rensselaer, and Isaac Van Vleck.
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Lorenzo State Historic Site is the 1807 Federal style mansion of John Lincklaen, Holland Land
The Lincklaen/Ledyard Collection is open for public research. The Lorenzo State Historic Site
Lorenzo State Historic Site
The Ledyard Family
Dating from the 1790s through 1970, the Lincklaen/Ledyard collection in the Lorenzo archive contains correspondence, land records, wills, maps, store and personal account ledgers, photographs, ephemera, and more created, collected or relating to the family members, enslaved, servants, and business and personal associates.
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copyright and the Lorenzo State Historic Site archives before publishing quotations from
Friends of Lorenzo State Historic Site
Copyright is held by The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historical
deClercq Family, Kingsbury Family, Mather Family
The deClercq Family Papers contain correspondence, land papers, documents, and photographs of the deClercq Family and their direct descendants, The Kingsbury and The Mather Families.