The fourth son of Philip, second proprietor of the manor of Livingston, born in Albany in 1716, and graduated from Yale College in 1737. He became a merchant in New York, was Alderman of the East Ward in that city from 1754 to 1762, and represented New York in the Assembly from 1749 to 1769, where he was Speaker in the latter year. Member of the First Congress which sat in Philadelphia in 1774-5 and one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. He continued in Congress until his death in 1778. LOYDE, James In 1676 he was taxed ~13:03:10X on property valued at ~1112:4:10.