Indenture between Peter Rapelje, Jacob Rapelje, George
Brinkerhoff, Sarah his wife, & Catherine Rapelje of Newtown and
Martin Schenck of North Hempstead, all in Queens County,
yeomen, of the first part and Annatie Stockholm of Wall Hook in
Township of Bushweek in Kings County of second part. Sale of
property for eight hundred pounds, dwelling house, barn and tract
of land being at Wall Hook in Bushweek, containing by estimate
ninety five acres, begining at a black oak tree marked for a corner
joining the land of Andries Stockholm deceased, running thence to
another black oak tree marked for the second corner from thence
along the swamp to the land of Jacob Deryee from thence along the
land of said Jacob Duryee to the land of Andries Stockholm up to
the road that leads to Bushweek from thence along said road to the
southwest corner of the land of said Andries Stockholm from
thence all along the land of said Andries Stockholm down to the
first station; also a certain piece of salt meadow in Bushweek
containing six acres, begining at the Creek and from thence to run
the whole breadth of the meadows between the creek and
boggert(?) meadow and to run up towards the Island site(?)
Signed by Peter Rapelje, Jacob Rapelje, George Brinkerhoff, Sarah
Brinkerhoff, Catherine Rapelje, Martin Schenck
Witnessed by Andrew Bragaw & Abraham Bergaw
Approved on 4/4/1805 by John Skillman, one of the judges of the
Court of Common Pleas for Kings County
Recorded in Registers Office Kings County in Liber 369 of
Conveyances page 210, 7/12/1854, by Wm. Barre, Dep. Registrar
DOCUMENT MARKED "ANNATIE STOCKHOLM TO HARMONUS STOCKHOLM"
Conveyance of property from Annatie Stockholm to son Harmonus
Stockholm dated 2/5/1824.
DOCUMENT NOT MARKED DATED 5/30/1834
Will of Harmonus Stockholm, Town of Bushwick,
names daughters Maria, Ann, Elizabeth, Ellen Stockholm and
daughter Catherine, wife of John DeBevoise, sons Andrew and
Abraham Stockholm. Andrew to have Westerly half of farm in
Bushwick, joining land of Hendrick Suydam. Abraham to have
Easterly half of farm in Bushwick joining land of John Schenck.
Witnessed by Charles, James and Jacobus DeBevoise, all of Bushwick.
DOCUMENT NOT MARKED
Receipt from "Brooklyn Advocate and Nassau Gazette" newspaper
for legal notice for claims against Harmonus Stockholm, dated
11/20/1837, placed by Andrew Stockholm and Abraham
DOCUMENT DATED 10/13/1843
Bill to Mr. Stockholm for tuition for daughters Jane and Sarah
DOCUMENT DATED 10/17/1843
Appears to be part of above school bill.
DOCUMENT dated 7/3/1846
Similar to above school bill
DOCUMENT MARKED "TO BILL FOR YEAR ENDING OCT. 1, 1844"
Severely water damaged, appears to be a list of school charges and
their collection. District No. 2, Bushwick. Among other names
appear Jacobus DeBevoise, Andrew Stockholm, James DeBevoise
as children sent to school.
Jacobus DeBevoise and Andrew Stockholm, Trustees.
DOCUMENT DATED 9/29/1849
Bill and receipt to Mr. A. Stockholm for services at the funeral of
Miss Ann Stockholm 8/14/1849, signed by Thomas Porter, Sexton
D.R. Church of Bushwick.
DOCUMENT DATED 8/26/1854
Severely water damaged bill from Lord & Taylor to Mr. A. Stockholm.
DOCUMENT DATED 8/21/1855
Bill and receipt to Andrew Stockholm from Jacob DeBevoise for
butter, cheese, charcoal, etc.
MAP DATED JANUARY 1861
Map of property belonging to the Estate of Andrew Stockholm
situate in the Eighteenth Ward of the City of Brooklyn,
by John L. Nostrand, City Surveyor.
DOCUMENT MARKED "DEED OF PARTITION OF LAND IN
THE CITY OF BROOKLYN AMONG THE HEIRS OF
ANDREW STOCLHOLM DECEASED - DATED APRIL 27, 1861"
Names children and only heirs Jane A. DeBevoise wife of Charles
J. DeBevoise, Sarah E. Hulst wife of Peter D. Hulst, Harmon
Stockholm. Executors: Harmon Stockholm, Abraham Stockholm
and Charles Lott for will of Andrew Stockholm deceased 1/13/1858.
note: accompanied by map showing lots to be divided.
DOCUMENT - FUNERAL CARD
Funeral card for Ann Stockholm, died 2/1/1894, aged 85 years.