Definition of Patroonship. Meaning of Patroonship. Synonyms of Patroonship

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Definition of Patroonship

Patroonship
Patroonship Pa*troon"ship, n. The office of a patroon. --Irving.

Meaning of Patroonship from wikipedia

- estates subject to division and leases. The deeded tracts were called patroonships and could span 16 miles in length on one side of a major river, or 8...
- Rensselaerswyck was a Dutch colonial patroonship and later an English manor owned by the van Rensselaer family located in the present-day Capital District...
- Hobuk (Hoboken) was the site of North America's first brewery. Another patroonship was established ****her up the river at Vriessendael. Although the settlements...
- New York City); and Esopus (1653, now Kingston). The success of the patroonship of Rensselaerswyck (1630), which surrounded Albany and lasted until the...
- feudal dues in France were abolished at the French Revolution. The last patroonship was abolished in New York in the 1840s as a result of the Anti-Rent War...
- to a dispute between the Director-General of New Netherland and the patroonship of Rensselaerswyck regarding jurisdiction over the fort and the surrounding...
- Hinlopen, merchant Kiliaen van Rensselaer, owner of the only successful patroonship in New Netherland, Rensselaerswyck. Frans Banninck Cocq, burgomaster...
- Reformed Church in Albany was founded in Albany, New York in 1642 to serve the patroonship of Rensselaerswyck; the current church was built in 1798....
- District NY 1630 patroonship of Kiliaen van Rensselaer on the North River Pavonia Hudson County NJ 1630 on the North River; attempted patroonship of Michael...
- to the Dutch West India Company upon its conception. The concept of patroonships may have been Kiliaen van Rensselaer's; he was likely the leading proponent...