Descendants of William Townsend Livingston (1811 - 29 August 1883)

Born: Throggs Neck, New York, USA.
Died: Buenos Aires, Argentina
An American who arrived in Buenos Aires 11 Jan 1832. Woolfactor, shipper and fruit merchant who lived at Calle Victora 207. Owned a barracca (warehouse) on Plaza Once. He was a descendant of the prominent Livingston family of Albany, New York. His great-grandfather, John Livingston, was the brother of Philip Livingston, who signed the Declaration of Independence as one of the representatives of the State of New York.
married, about 1837, [1] Elizabeth Sutton Lord (22 Dec 1811 - 30 Apr 1854)
Born: Ipswich, Massachusetts, USA.
Died: Buenos Aires, Argentina.
She was the widow of John Evans, an Englishman living in Buenos Aires.

William Townsend Livingston

William Townsend Livingston

married [2] 10 Jun 1863, Clarissa Plummer née Burns (ca 1829 - )
Calle Victoria 207, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Born: Nova Scotia

Sources:

William Lord Livingston's family papers
Buenos Aires Standard, 3 Aug 1938
La Nacion
Registers of St John's Church, Buenos Aires. &
Registers of St Bartholomew's Church, Rosario. Transcribed by Jeremy Howat
London Gazette

Additional information courtesy of:

Dina Elisa Livingston
Roberto Hector Livingston
Helen Livingston
Juan Livingston
Saul Montez-Bradley
Mariano Alberto Pacheco
Carlos Livingston
Magdalena Sánchez de La-Puente-Clapp
Dolores Bustillo
Ariana Livingston Luperia
Paul Gladish
Carol Paterson
María E. Pasman de Novillo Saravia
Heather Scott
Anne Marie Leroi
Ivonne Leroi
James Tuebler
Rodolfo Livingston
Eduardo Luis O'Connor
Stella Magliano Mackinlay
Isabel Sagesse
Javier Sánchez de La-Puente
Martin Graham
Cecile Wesley
Helen Hathaway
Lucia Anderson
Carolina Livingston
Viviana Haurigot
Paul Carlos Hathazy
Arturo Wesley
Julia Lenton


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