Gerard Bancker (1740 - 01/18/1799)

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Gerard Bancker, a merchant, surveyor, and Treasurer of New York State, was born in 1740. He and his business partner and cousin Evert Bancker were the principal provisioners to the British forces in New York City from 1767 until 1776 ("Bancker family papers"). He was Treasurer of the New York Colony, and New York State Treasurer from 1778 to 1798. He was New York City Surveyor during the 1760s and 1770s, resigning from the position in 1784 because it conflicted with his position as State Treasurer ("Minutes Common Council" 15). His other positions held include: Director of the New York branch of the Bank of the United States; Director of the Bank of New York (elected in 1792); Director of the New York Manufacturing Society; and Governor of King's College (McMaster 549, 553; Pine 120). 

Bancker's parents were Gerard Bancker and Maria De Peyster Bancker Ogden ("New Amsterdam" 14). 

Bancker collected a large number of revolutionary and pre-revolutionary era broadsides which went on sale at a Phildelphia auction house in 1898, advertised as the "largest" collection of its type relating to New York City and State "that has ever been offered for sale" (Banker 281).

Bancker died on January 18, 1799, in New York (Daily Advertiser 2).
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Transcribed: "William RobertsonVolume 210/6/179110/13/1791
Transcribed: "William RobertsonVolume 310/13/179110/24/1791
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Transcribed: "Mrs. Mary PilkingtonVolume 28/14/17998/16/1799
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Transcribed: ArundelRichard CumberlandVolume 18/21/17998/26/1799
Transcribed: EmmaVolume 111/1/179911/6/1799
Transcribed: "Volume 211/6/179911/12/1799
Transcribed: Drydens PlaysJohn DrydenVolume 311/12/179911/19/1799
Transcribed: Duke ClarenceMrs. E. M. FosterVolume 111/19/179911/22/1799
Transcribed: "Mrs. E. M. FosterVolume 211/22/179911/27/1799
Transcribed: "Mrs. E. M. FosterVolume 411/27/179911/28/1799
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Transcribed: "Tobias SmollettVolume 33/13/18013/19/1801
Transcribed: Smollets M WorksTobias SmollettVolume 23/13/18013/13/1801
Transcribed: "Tobias SmollettVolume 23/13/18013/19/1801
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Transcribed: Brit PlutarchThomas MortimerVolume 23/21/18013/25/1801
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Transcribed: Universal HistoryVolume 24/7/18014/25/1801
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Transcribed: "Volume 24/25/18014/27/1801
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Transcribed: Winterb. Am.William WinterbothamVolume 15/2/18017/11/180116/4
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Transcribed: Union Mag.Volume 13/2/18023/3/1802
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Transcribed: Monthly MirrorVolume 33/22/18023/25/1802
Transcribed: "Volume 73/25/18023/29/1802
Transcribed: "Volume 93/29/18024/8/1802
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Transcribed: Life MaclineJames Thomas KirkmanVolume 24/9/18025/17/18026/6
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Transcribed: Peasant ArdenneEliza ParsonsVolume 21/14/18042/2/18041/8
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Transcribed: Modern PhilosopherVolume 22/20/18043/10/18041/3
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Transcribed: Friend VirtueJean Gaspard Dubois-FontanelleVolume 37/18/18048/13/1804
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Transcribed: Warners TourVolume 18/13/18048/13/1804
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