Robert R. Livingston (1718–75)
Robert R. Livingston, 1718–75, was the grandson of Robert R. Livingston (1654–1728) by his son Robert. He became noted in New York as a Whig political leader, as a judge of the admiralty court (1759–63), and as a judge of the supreme court of the colony (1763–75); he was also a delegate to the Stamp Act Congress and chairman of the New York Committee of Correspondence. Five of his seven daughters made notable marriages, creating family alliances with Gen. Richard Montgomery, Thomas Tillotson, Freeborn Garrettson, Morgan Lewis, and John Armstrong (1758–1843).
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- Robert R. Livingston (1654–1728)
- Peter Van Brugh Livingston (1710–92)
- Philip Livingston (1716–78)
- Robert R. Livingston (1718–75)
- William Livingston (1723–90)
- Robert R. Livingston (1746–1813)
- Henry Brockholst Livingston (1757–1823)
- Edward Livingston (1764–1836)
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