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   Philip Livingston's line - the Lords of the Manor  

consequence of his older brother Johannes' early and childless death and following the principle of primogeniture, Philip Livingston (1686-1749) inherited Livingston Manor and the title of Manor Lord upon his father's death in 1728. Philip was well prepared for these functions, having assisted his father in the management of the estate as well as in his function of Town Clerk of Albany and Secretary of Indian Affairs, offices he held

 

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