Autograph American Revolutionary War document 1776 Gifford Dalley Jane Valik For Sale
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Autograph American Revolutionary War document 1776 Gifford Dalley Jane Valik:
Gifford Dalleywas a United States House of from 1789 to 1795. He served as theHouse Doorkeeperfor theFirst, Second, andThird United States Congresses.At various times, Dalley's last name appeared in official records as "Dalley," "Dally," or "Dudley."
Gifford Dalley was the son of Henry Dalley of Middlesex, New Jerseyand Sarah Gifford daughter of John Gifford ofPerth Amboy, New Jersey, who was bound toLewis Morris (governor). Sarah Gifford and Henry Dalley received a license for marriage on November 9, 1739. Gifford Dalley had two sisters in the Tavern business. His sister Elizabeth Dalley was married to Samyel Fraunces. His sister Catherine Dalley married William Slater and next married John Simmons. Gifford Dalley, Samuel Fraunces and John Simmons are all Tavern owners of record. Another sister, Mary Dalley, is listed in 1790 as living at 107 Market St. Philadelphia and having a shop on Water St. East side, local records indicate she is in the clothing business. His sister Sarah married Walter Broock (Ten Brock) at Trinity Church, NYCin 1756. There was also a brother Joseph Dalley.
Gifford Dalley married Anna Pettit in New York on July 4, 1767.
Dalley was manager a tCity Tavern,Philadelphia, PA. Dalley later leased theLondon Coffee House, Philadelphia.
Size: 7.75" x 3.75". A receipt stating:
"Recd. February 5, 1776 from PVB Livingston by the hand of Gerard (?) Bancker four pounds influx for the ________ _____ for Jane Valek, by Gifford Dalley" on the reverse side: " The Provincial Congress to Jane Valik 1775 Oct.12 To cleaning the Exchane Room 16 times. . . . NYork Feb 6. 1776" So. . . . was this a bill for cleaning "The Exchange Room" ?
So this is a fragment with notation of The Provincial Congress. . . . We hope that the above research is directly related to the signature on this document, but we will leave that up to the viewer.
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