A Classification of American Wealth
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   Descendants of Gilbert Livingston - the Dutchess County lineage  

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Descendants of Gilbert Livingston and Cornelia Beekman, the Livingston lineage of Dutchess County, relations to Rensselaer, Cortlandt and Stuyvesant

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Robert and Alida Livingston's youngest son did not succeed in business and even went into debtor's prison after his liquor excise went bankrupt. His father bailed him out but cut him off from inheritance in the Livingston Manor estate. Gilbert did share in the Saratoga patent which his father willed to the Livingston daughters and younger sons, but his share was administered by his oldest brother Philip Livingston and the income used to pay off debts. Gilbert Livingston thus ...

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