Conveyance from Alexander Hamilton,
Elizabeth Hamilton, Isaac Bronson, and
Ann Bronson to John B. Church1
New York, May 24, 1798. Convey two and one-half lots of land in New York City to Church.2
Copy, Conveyances in the Office of the Register, City of New York, Liber 60, 176–79, Hall of Records, New York City.
1. Bronson, a prominent New York City moneylender and land speculator, had been a surgeon’s mate in the American Revolution.
2. For information on this conveyance, see “Receipt from Morgan Lewis,” March 18, 1796, note 3.