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General

See also Family Histories - General, Migration, and these surnames: Allen, Alling, Barclay, Barthel, Cool/Kool/Cole, Dunnging, Jerome, Johnson, Kilbourn, Mattice, Marinus/Mereness/Morenus, Nicoll, Poore, Reynolds, Talmadge, Warriner, Werner.

"7000 Hudson-Mohawk Valley NY Vital Records, 1808-1850." Records cover only the years 1808 to 1850. JB20

"10,000 Vital Records of Central New York 1813-1850." Fred Q. Bowman, Author Publisher is The Genealogical Publishing Co., 1988. This volumn covers the segment between Geneva and Utica, New York. Counties included are Oneida, Madison, Chenago, Onondage, Chemung, Brooms, Elmira, and parts of Ontario. Records are drawn from the marriage and death columns of central New York newspapers published prior to 1850. JMM

"10,000 Vital Records of Eastern New York, 1777-1834." Genealogical Publishing Company, Fred Q. Bowman. Records in this book are drawn from the marriage and death columns of newspapers published prior to 1835 in each County listed: Otsego, Clinton, Essex, Saratoga, Rensselaer, Albany, Columbia, and Old Dutchess, including territory of present day Putnam. JMM, L1, TM2

"10,000 Vital Records of Western New York 1809-1850." Fred Q. Bowman, Author, Publisher is Genealogical Publishing Co., 1988. These records are drawn from the marriage and death columns of five Western New York newspapers published prior to 1850. The New York Counties covered in this volumn are Steuben, Chautauqua, Wayne, Genesee, and Ontario. JMM, SS3

"The Albany Protocol 1731-1750." Wilhelm Christoph Berkenmeyer's Chronicle of Lutheran Affairs in the New york Colony. John P. Dern, ed., Picton Press, Camden, ME 1992. MHW

"The Book of Names Especially Relating to the Early Palatines." Lou D. MacWethy, Enterprise & News, 1935. Description: Collection of ship records, church records, naturalization reords and militia rolls relating to the Mohawk Valley of New York prior to and during the Revolution. (Note: most of the records are for the early 1700s - there is nothing from the 1800s on). ARE

"The Border Warfare of New York, During the Revolutionary War, or The Annals of Tryon County." William W. Campbell, Baker & Scribner, 1849; reprinted by Heritage Books, 1992. Quoted verbatim from the back cover: "This is the pioneer history of the border wars of New York during the American Revolution. The information was gathered from statements of those involved in the Revolutionary War, 'the then aged men and women scattered along the valley of the Mohawk and the head-waters of the Susquehanna,' with whom it was the author's 'good fortune to sit down and listen to the stories of their trials and their triumphs'. Additional sources were manuscripts of the Committee of Safety on the borders and the correspondence of the 'principal actors'." "This work contains an account of the main events which occurred on the frontier of New York during the revolution, particularly the Cherry Valley. It relates the following: early settlement of New York, history of the Indians and relations with them, prominent families, committees of safety, military campaigns and battles, the Mohawk Valley, German settlements, incidents of capture or massacre by Indians." "Appendixes include biographical sketches, speeches, letters and documents such as the following: speech of Mohawk chiefs to the magistrates of Albany in 1689; sketch of the life of Sir William Johnson; sketch of Skenando, the white man's friend; an address to the New York Historical Society, 'The Direct Agency of the English Government in the Employment of the Indians', invoice of scalps taken by the Senecas; centennial address by William W. Campbell, Cherry Valley, July 4, 1840." KH3

"Bulletin of Vassar College." Alumnae Directory Issue, May 1965. Includes names of alumnae (both grads and non-grads) 1867 to 1964. NHS

"The Colonial Clergy of the Middle Colonies, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania." Frederick Lewis Weis, Clearfield Company (reprinted from the Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc, 1978) reprint date 1995. An Alphabetical listing of hundreds of early members of the Clergy. Very helpful if a person is trying to trace the "footsteps" of a circuit rider or early minister. List by years each church served as well a location. The people in this book are from the years 1628-1776. In many cases it list the parents names and date/place of birth as well as date and place of death. All of the churches that this minister was associated with are listed by the year. There is no mention of a wife and family however. SW5

"Czech Immigration Passenger Lists, Vol VI, New York 1881-1886, Galveston 1880-1886." Leo Baca, Privately Published, Copyright 1995. Ship passengers of Czech origin arriving in the ports of New York (1881-1886) and Galveston, TX (1880-1886). Data shown is name of person, name of the country from which the immigrant came, the name of the ship, and the date of arrival. RB

"Descendants of Elisha Moses Johnson (a Soldier in the Revolution)." By Paul Johnson Slate, Printed by Essex Mailings, NJ. 1952. Surnames of Johnson,Steevens (Stephens,Stevens), Bailey, Scott. RD1

"Early Eighteenth Century Palatine Emigration." W. A. Knittle, 1937. Lists emigrants who settled primarily in New York, North Carolina and Pennsylvania in the early 1700s. GM2

"Early Marriages From Newspapers Published in Central New York." William M. Beauchamp/ Edited by Mary K. Meyer/ Published 1992 by Pipe Creek Publications. Early Marriages From Newspapers Published in Central New York, with an Appendix: Manlius, NY Obituaries and Marriages in the Early 1800's supplied by the Village Historian, Manlius, NY... by William M. Beauchamp/ Edited by Mary K. Meyer. BJ

"Even More Palatine Families: 18th Century Immigrants to the American Colonies and Their German, Swiss, and Austrian Origins." 3 vol. Henry Z. Jones, Jr. and Lewis Bunker Rohrbach, 2002. Covers Palatine families from 1709-1750s. GM2

"From Bull Run to Chancellorsville: History of the 16th New York State Volunteers." Newton Martin Curtis, New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1906. History of the 16th New York State Volunteer Infantry, mustered primarily from St. Lawrence, Franklin, Essex, and Clinton Counties. Includes a regimental roster that includes names, heights, relevant dates of muster, illness, discharge, death, or last known residence as of 1906. BF1

"GENEALOGICAL AND FAMILY HISTORY OF NORTHERN NEW YORK." William Richard Cutter,A.M. 1910. Valable info on the Northern part of Ny It was published to preserve the history of the area and the people that settled it. [Please note that this book was published in 1910, so there is no information on any families after 1910.] JB20

"Genealogical Resources in New York." Estelle M. Guzik (ed.); Jewish Genealogical Society, Inc.; New York, NY; 2003. This is not just a resource for Jewish ancestry. Comprehensive description of repositories dealing with information for all five boroughs of New York City as well as repositories in Albany (state archives): what they hold, how to get there, descriptions of facilities, restrictions on use, etc. V7

"Historical & Statistical Gazetteer of NY State." By J.H.French RFS

"HOFFMAN - MANNING - SIMMONS FAMILIES of NEW YORK." Joyce Williams Hoffman & C.William Hoffman; The Anundsen Pub. Co; This is a wonderful book on the HOFFMAN, MANNING, SIMMONS families and many associated families. It gives lots of detailed information including many short biographies! MU

"Index of Awards on Claims of Soldiers of the War of 1812 by New York Adjutant General's Office," Genealogical Publishing Co., Reprint 1994. An index giving name of applicant, residence of applicant and amount allowed. CBH

"James Boorman, A Merchant of Old New York." author unknown, "Privately Printed," Friebele Press,NY 1916. Family of John Boorman/Mary Colgate of Kent, England, who came to Manhattan in 1795. Family of merchants, importers, philanthropists, railroad tycoons. Glowing account of the magnificence of the family founding fathers, cohorts of Vanderbilt and one-time employer of Jay Gould. Narrative continues to 1866. RE

"More Palatine Families," Henry Z. Jones, Jr., 1991. Some immigrants to the middle colonies 1717-1776 and their European origins, plus new discoveries on German Families who arrived in Colonial New York in 1710. GM2, MHW

"Names of Persons for Whom Marriage Licenses Were Issued by the Secretary of the Province of New York Previous to 1784." Printed by Order of Gideon Tucker, Sec. of State, New York, 1860. Also contains the supplement of marriage licenses not included in original volume. Lists date, groom, bride, and source. Please note: there are NO marriages after 1784 in this book! DRB1

"New York's 27th Division in World War One: Squadron A in the Great War 1917 - 1918." Stanton Whitney Squadron A Assn. NY, 1923. Appendices list names of officers and enlisted men who served in the 105th Machine Gun Battalion -- with dates of discharge, troop, etc. D27

"The Palatine Families of New York: A Study of the German Immigrants Who Arrived in Colonial New York in 1710." Two volumes. Henry Z. Jones, Jr., Universal City, California, 1985, 1298 pp. GM2, MHW, RSW

"Pioneer History of the Holland Purchase of Western NY." By O. Turner. RFS

"Pre-Revolutionary Dutch Houses & Families in Northern New Jersey & Southern New York." Rosalie Fellows Bailey, Dover Publ, 1968 Reprint of 1936 edition by The Holland Society. Brief genealogical notes on early Dutch families incl Ackerman, Banta, Blauvelt, Bogart, Brinkerhoff, Couwenhoven, Kip, Lott, Luyster, Wyckoff, others. CID

"Register of Graduates and Former Cadets of the US Military Academy (West Point) 1802-1979," Association of Graduates USMA. Please send both first and last name. A date of expected graduation is not necessary. NHS

"Register of Graduates and Former Cadets, 1802-2000." USMA Association of Graduates , Editor in Chief Julian M. Olejniczak; 2000. The U.S. Military Academy at West Point, NY has 57,537 graduates, from 1802 to 2000. Over 46,000 are living. The Register lists all graduates by number and class-year. Even if the person you're looking for dropped out, they will be listed following their class. Individual details vary about the graduates' military service, branch of service, if and when they resigned/retired, when they died, where they are buried. Questions answered: Was he an engineer? Did he resign and become a lawyer? Was he dismissed for infractions? Which side was he on in the War Between the States? International Graduates: From Bangladesh to Zimbabwe. Battle Deaths from 1812-present, broken down statistically. No names. DDS

"The Sloopers..Their Ancestry and Posterity." J. Hart Rosdail Photo Press Inc. Broadview, Il. 1961. "The story of the people on the Norwegian Mayflower-The Sloop, 'Restoration.'" A comprehensive history of the 52 "sloopers" who arrived in New York in 1825 thus becoming the first Norwegians of the modern era to immigrate to America. The book contains lengthy family histories with genealogies dating back to the 14th. century, several thousand names and addresses of "slooper" descendants, plus a wealth of other important historical information relating to those who ìpaved the wayî for all later day Norwegian immigrants. (668 pages) Published in cooperation with the Norwegian Slooper Society of America. This book is focused on the 52 Norwegians who immigrated to America in 1825 and settled in upstate New York and then the Fox River Valley in Illinois. It contains several thousand names w/addresses of descendants of those first Norwegians. Since the book was published in 1961, all individuals listed are from the the 40's and 50's. JK3

"Upstate New York in the 1760's; Tax List & Selected Militia Rolls of Old Albany County 1760-1768." Florence Christoph, Picton Press, Camden, ME 1992. MHW

"The Young (Jung) Families of the Mohawk Valley 1710-1946." Clifford M and Edwin H Young, Fort Plain Standard, 1947. Description: Descendants of Hendrick Young (1710 emigrant to NY)
Descendants of Theobald Young (1710 emigrant to NY) first two generations only
Descendants of Jacob A Young 1755-1833
Descendants of Hans Christian Young 1728-1813
Descendants of Dietrich Young
Descendants of Johann Mattheus Jung (1710 emigrant to NY) ARE

New Amsterdam

See also under Hopper surname.

"Een zegenrijk geweest - Nieuw-Nederland in de zeventiende eeuw 1999." J.A. Jacobs, Leiden, Netherlands. This book contains also genealogical information on the well-known New Amsterdam families De Forest (DeFreest), Kool (Cool), Kip, Schut, de Wit, etc. BDF

Colonial Albany

[Ed. note: Colonial Albany generally refers to the City of Albany as it existed during the pre-Industrial Revolution period, but also commonly referred to a broader region that encompassed much of upstate New York. Because this region was much larger than present-day Albany Co., I have made it a separate category. See the Colonial Albany History Project at the NY State Museum for more information.]

"Early Records of Albany, Volume 2 Deeds 1678-1704." Jonathan Pearson, University of New York, 1916. TM2

"Early Records of Albany, Volume 3, Notarial Papers 1660-1696." Jonathan Pearson, University of New York, 1918. TM2

"Early Records of Albany, Volume 4, Mortgages 1658-1660 and Wills 1681-1765." Jonathan Pearson, University of New York, 1919. TM2

Albany Co.

"Albany and Rensselaer Directory 1922-23." Sampson and Murdock Co, 1922. City Directory, Residents and Businesses. Also has cross reference by street name. TM2

"Albany Telephone Directory 1962-1963." New York Telephone Company, 1962. White and Yellow Pages. TM2

"FIRST SETTLERS OF ALBANY COUNTY, NEW YORK." Jonathan Pearson, Published 1872, Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1984. Provides genealogies of the first families to settle in Albany, New York. Includes all children baptized and recorded in the Dutch Church from 1684 to 1800 arranged by families. MAL, SJK

"Polk's Albany City Directory, Including Rensselaer, 1952." R. L. Polk and Company. City directory for Albany and Rensseaer, Individuals and Businesses, also has cross reference by street name. TM2

"Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, NY 1683-1809" Excerpted from year books of the Holland Society of NY, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. , 1978. Baptisms, Members, etc of the Albany NY Reformed Dutch Church. TF1

Allegany Co.

"Angelica Collectanea." Compiled by L.L.Stillwell, The Angelica Advocate, 1955. Information on industries, churches, some biographys, newspaper clippings, quite a few obituaries and some cemetery plot numbers. Fires, floods, roster for Civil War Co. I of the 27th Regiment oh the NY Volunteers, honor rolls for WWI and WWII. Items from business directories from about 1820 to 1920. KS3

Bronx Co.

"Monrovian" yearbook, James Monroe High School, 1937. Graduating (Senior) Class book containing street addresses in the individual listings. R15

Brooklyn (City)

"1866 Brooklyn Marriage Index." Compiled by Joel R. Simon; published by Joel R. Simon; 1993. Index of marriages performed in Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York in 1866. LAF

"Brooklyn Blue Book 1929." No author, Rugby Press, Inc., 1929. Listings of weddings, deaths, addresses and phone numbers of well-to-do (Society) families residing in Brooklyn, New York in 1929. LAF

"Brooklyn's Eastern District." Eugene L. Armbruster, no publisher given, 1942. Originally compiled in 1928, published in 1942. Descriptions of the institutions and people of the Eastern District of Brooklyn, New York, in the 19th Century, with particular attention paid to Williamsburgh/Williamsburg, Bushwick and other towns that were incorporated in Kings County. LAF

Cayuga Co.

"The Township of Fleming, Cayuga Co. NYS- 1823-1973". By Sheila Saft Tucker (Self-published). Includes some Church membership listings; Family Bible records; family trees; some Cemetery listings; photographs. KA2

Chautauqua Co.

In the local reading room of the Chautauqua County Genealogical Society, I have access to many records and histories of interest specifically to Chautauqua CO., i.e., Cemetery records for many of the county cemeteries, State census records (done on the half-decade in NY) from 1825-1865, obit records from the Dunkirk Observer from 1890-1920, the 1864 & 1880 Atlases of Chautauqua. RFS

"Saga From the Hills A History of the Swedes of Jamestown." M. Lorimer Moe, Fenton Historical Society, Jamestown, NY, 1983. KM9

Chenango Co.

"Annals of Oxford, New York." Henry J. Galpin, Copyright 2001, Heritage Books, Inc. Illustrations and biographical sketches of some of the prominent men and early pioneers of Oxford, New York in Chenango county. There are many, many surnames in this book. JM18

Clinton Co.

"History of Clinton & Franklin Cos. New York." J.W. Lewis, Philadelphia, 1880. Reprint by Clinton Co., 1978. County History Book. 556 pages indexed. DL5

A History of the Town of Chazy, Clinton County, New York by Nell Jane Bartlett Sullivan & David Kendall Martin, George Little Press, Inc., Burlington VT 1970 (Includes Town of Altona through 1857) RJH

Columbia Co.

"Abstract of Wills of Columbia County New York 1786-1805." Gertrude A. Barber, Higgenson Book Co., 1935. Abstract of Wills for the years 1786-1805 ONLY, for Columbia Co, New York. DC7

"A Sketch in the Life of Captain John Savage, J.P." also the "Early History of St. John's Church" by M.O. Vaudry, M.A. McGill Publishing, March 1921. the Story of Capt. John Savage being a "tory" during the Revolution war, a listing of his men. After the war his life in Canada. BB3

Dutchess Co.

See also under Covey surname.

"Descendants of Josiah Bull, Jr (1738-1813) of Dutchess Co, New York." Mary Lynch Young, Gateway Press, Inc, 1992. This large book is on the descendants of Josiah Bull, Jr and his wives:(1) Mehitable THOMAS and (2) Mary Christy KIDNEY. It also has information on Josiah's ancestors. There are many surnames in this book including: CUNNINGHAM, CLOSSON, WILLIAMSON, HOWLAND, TRIPP, RICHMOND, HAIGHT, and hundreds more. This family was primarily of the Quaker faith. MU

"LeROY Family of Dutchess County, New York." Prentis Glazier, Sr., private, 1974. A typescript guide, not an Authority. CLR

"PALMATIER-PARMENTIER Family" (Dutchess County, N.Y.). Prentiss Glazier, private, 1976. "PIERRE PARMENTIER, (ca. 1630-1701), of Belgium, Germany and New York; his wife Antoinette (Terrin), and their only son, MICHAEL, (1653/4 to after 1724). Male lines of descent to approximately 1800." CLR

"Van de BOGART Family of Dutchess County, New York." Prentiss Glazier, private, 1974. A collection of notes taken in the 1930s from early Dutch church records in transcript form in the Library of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society. CLR

"Van KLEECK Family of Dutchess County, New York." Prentiss Glazier, private, 1974. "A compilation of notes collected in the 1930s and 1940s." Typescript. CLR

Erie Co.

"History of Elma, N.Y." Warren Jackman, G.M. Hausauer & Son, 1902. History of the Town of Elma (established 1857). Includes history of the land grants for the western New York area and specific town history. MR4

"The Centuries in Elma." Edited by Fred Irving Sigman, 1956. An update to "History of Elma, N.Y." by Warren Jackman. The update was for the 1957 Town Centennial. MR4

Essex Co.

See under Garvey surname.

Franklin Co.

"History of Clinton & Franklin Cos. New York." J.W. Lewis, Philadelphia, 1880. Reprint by Clinton Co., 1978. County History Book. 556 pages indexed. DL5

Fulton Co.

"Gazetteer and Business Directory of Montgomery and Fulton Counties, New York." Hamilton Child, Syracuse, 1870. Alphabetical list of residents in each town, with occupations and acreage. ARE

"History of Montgomery and Fulton Counties, N.Y." F.W.Beers, 36 Vesey St. New York, 1878. Description: history of individual towns in Montgomery and Fulton Counties; biographies of noted citizens. ARE

Genessee Valley

(several counties)

See under Monroe Co.

Greene Co.

"Ancestors and Descendants of Jeremiah White (11772 - 1847) and Matilda Howell (1775 - 1863) of Southampton, Long Island, New York and East Durham, Greene County, New York" Dr. Benjamin V. White, 1965." KH1

"New York's Detailed Census of 1855, Greene County." Fred Q. Bowman/Arthur C.M. Kelly; Kinship; 1988. Surname indexed extraction of 1855 census for Greene County. Spelling varies wildly, so provide variants. PD2

Herkimer Co.

"American Agriculturist and Farm Directory of Otsego and Herkimer Counties NY." Orange Judd Company, N.Y. 1917. Description: an alphabetical listing by county of individual farm owners and tenants, with first name of wife, number of children, type of farm produce, acreage. ARE

"Baptism Record of German Flats Reformed Church (Fort Herkimer Reformed), German Flats, Herkimer County, NY 1763 - 1795; 1811 - 1848; 1893 - 1899." Author: Arthur C.M. Kelly. Publisher: Kinship / copyright 1983. SS3

"Baptism Record of The Reformed Church Herkimer, NY 1801-1899." Arthur C.M. Kelly, Kinship, August 15, 1983. 1801 to 1899 baptism record of the Herkimer Reformed Church which was establised in 1723. Listings include parents, child and sponsors. SS3

"Descendants of Lieut. Henry Timmerman of Herkimer County, New York." by Carolyn Timmerman Sidenius, The Snell-Zimmerman-Timmerman Reunion, Little Falls, NY, 1988. CID

"Gazetteer and Business Directory of Herkimer County, New York." Hamilton Child, Syracuse, 1869. Alphabetical list of residents in each town, with occupations and acreage. ARE

"History of Herkimer County N.Y." F.W. Beers, 36 Vesey Street, N.Y. 1879. Description: history of individual towns in Herkimer County; biographies of noted citizens and brief biographical notes (p 238-289). NO INDEX. ARE, LN

"History of Herkimer County New York." George Hardin & Frank Willard, D. Mason & Co., 1893. 450 pages of history (on individual townships), plus 106 pages of biographies and 253 pages of family sketches. ARE

"Marriages: German Flats Reformed & Herkimer Reformed Church." Arthur C.M. Kelly, Kinship, October 15, 1983. Marriage records of German Flats Reformed Church 1781 to 1814 and Herkimer Reformed Church 1801 to 1899. The author notes the record is a faithful copy of the originals and is free from error as circumstances allow. SS3

"Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of German Flatts." Edited by Royden Vosburgh (New York Genealogical and Biographical Society), 1918. Description: Volume 1: baptisms 1763-1795, marriages 1781-1796. Volume 2: baptisms 1811-1848. ARE

"Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Herkimer." Edited by Royden Vosburgh (New York Genealogical and Biographical Society), 1918. Description: Volume 1: baptisms 1802-1811, marriages 1801-1830, deaths 1802-1832; vital records 1841=1859. Volume 2: baptisms 1811-1848, marriages 1831-1848, deaths 1832-1848. ARE

Hudson Valley

"Dutch Houses in the Hudson Valley Before 1776." Helen Wilkinson Reynolds, Dover Publ, 1965 Reprint of 1928 Edition by the Holland Society of New York. Brief genealogies of Ackerman, Bogardus, Brinkerhoff, Kip, Livingston, Wyncoop, others. CID

Jefferson Co.

"The Tenth New York Artillery In the War of the Rebellion." The following is taken from New York in the War of the Rebellion, 3rd ed. Frederick Phisterer. Albany: J. B. Lyon Company, 1912. VERY brief regimental history. Complete and fairly detailed roster of all members of the "Black River Regiment", drawn primarily from Jefferson County, New York. BF1

Kings Co.

"1866 Brooklyn Marriage Index." Compiled by Joel R. Simon; published by Joel R. Simon; 1993. Index of marriages performed in Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York in 1866. LAF

"Brooklyn Blue Book 1929." No author, Rugby Press, Inc., 1929. Listings of weddings, deaths, addresses and phone numbers of well-to-do (Society) families residing in Brooklyn, New York in 1929. LAF

"Brooklyn's Eastern District." Eugene L. Armbruster, no publisher given, 1942. Originally compiled in 1928, published in 1942. Descriptions of the institutions and people of the Eastern District of Brooklyn, New York, in the 19th Century, with particular attention paid to Williamsburgh/Williamsburg, Bushwick and other towns that were incorporated in Kings County. LAF

"Register in Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, NY, from its first settlement by Europeans to 1700." by Teunis G. Bergen, published 1881, reprinted. [This book is now freely available to download from the Internet Archives.]

Livingston Co.

"Dansville 1789-1902." A.O. Bunnell 1902. First Settlers, later early years, third quarter of century, last quarter of the century, canal and railroads, notable men, recollections of living old citizens, events, institutions, biographies, Jackson Health Resort, Churches, fire department, organizations, unions and industries, historical census. MKM

"History of the Town of York, Livingston County, New York Mary R. Root; Big Springs Historical Society, Caledonia, NY 1940. Chronology of local events from about 1800 to 1939; 1824 assessment roll and 1825 family census, church members, burials, war veterans, school records. DR1

Long Island (several couties)

See also under Suffolk Co., NY and the Bayles surname.

"Ancestors and Descendants of Jeremiah White (11772 - 1847) and Matilda Howell (1775 - 1863) of Southampton, Long Island, New York and East Durham, Greene County, New York" Dr. Benjamin V. White, 1965." KH1

"Descendants of Edward Howell (1584-1655) of Westbury Manor, Marsh Gibbon, Buckinghamshire, [England], and Southampton, Long Island, New York." Emma Howell Ross & Dr. David Faris - 1968 & 1985. I have both the first and second editions of this book. KH1

"Down Memory Lane - From Patchogue Heartland to Upstate New York." Al Skinner - Empire State Books - 1989. Stories about the 1920's and 1930's in Patchogue on Long Island and later stories of upstate New York in the Adirondacks and Finger Lakes areas. JM19

"The Downs Family of Long Island." Downs, Arthur Channing, Jr. Primos Publishing 1959. Genealogical records of some of the descendants of William and John Downes, 17th Century pioneers of Aquebogue and Riverhead, New York. KDC

"Fosdick Family, the Oyster Bay Branch 1583-1891." Lewis L Fosdick privately published 1891. "A record of the ancestry and descendants of Samuel Fosdick 3rd of Oyster Bay, L.I., N.Y." AS5

"Historical Long Island Paintings and Sketches." Cyril A Lewis - The Long Island Forum - 1964. Long Island Paintings and Sketches in black and white. JM19

"Long Island Genealogies." Mary Powell Bunker, Originally published in 1895. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., 1976. Thomas POWELL (b. 1641), Richard WILLETS (bef. 1657), and descendants. Includes early Powell wills, marriages, and land records. Also HALLOCK, TITUS, TOWNSEND, WILLIS, SEAMAN, BIRDSALL, JACKSON, MERRITT, MOTT, PEARSALL, UNDERHILL, WRIGHT and more. Please note that there is no information on individuals after 1895. JJ6

"The South Fork - The Land and the People of Eastern Long Island." Everett T Rattray - Random House - 1979. Illustrations bt Peter Dohanos. ISBN 0394418603. JM19

Madison Co.

"Deaths-Births- Marriages from Newspapers Published in Hamilton, Madison County, NY 1818 - 1886." Colgate University, Hamilton, Madison Co., NY. Abstracted from Newspapers Filed in the Archives of Colgate University, Hamilton, Madison Co., NY. Listings of family info ranging from one line to a short paragraph. DJ3

"Pioneers of Madison County NY." by Tuttle. Lists early settlers of Madison Co. NY, most with dates and in many cases includes family members. DJ3

"Revolutionary Veterans who lived in Madison Co, NY." by Isabel Bracy Lists names and dates of and town of vets living in Madison co, NY. In most cases pensions, regiment and property are listed, in some cases family members are listed as well. DJ3

Monroe Co.

"Family Records and Recollections," Melania (Boughton) Smith, John W. Amerman, printer, 1870. Smith, Prentice, Bundy, Warner, Boughton, Seymour, Pennoyer, Stone, Collins. Written with her son, E. Delafield Smith, this book has lots of names and is Melania's recollections of who the family, living (in 1870) and dead, are. Interesting stories of moving west from New England to the Genessee Valley and the Rochester area of New York. Melania is my gggm. MJO

"Rochester City [NY] Directory 1945." R. L. Polk and Co., Inc., 1945. RR1

"Rochester Historical Society Handbook 1916." President of Rochester Historical Society, RHS pub., 1916. Officers and Managers and Members 1916. E3

"Rochester Historical Society Publication Fund Series General Index Vol. XV." Dr. Blake McKelvey, RHS pub. 1937. Officers and Board manager names, A-Z index of places and names in previous 14 volumes, 199 pages. E3

Montgomery Co.

"English Evangelical Lutheran Church of Canajoharie (Montgomery County, NY)." Department of History and Archives, Monmtgomery County NY, Sep 1936. Description: Baptisms 1840-1883; Marriages 1840-1882; Deaths 1840-1932. ARE

"Gazetteer and Business Directory of Montgomery and Fulton Counties, New York." Hamilton Child, Syracuse, 1870. Alphabetical list of residents in each town, with occupations and acreage. ARE

"History of Montgomery and Fulton Counties, N.Y." F.W.Beers, 36 Vesey St. New York, 1878. Description: history of individual towns in Montgomery and Fulton Counties; biographies of noted citizens. ARE

"History of Montgomery County (New York)." W. Frothingham, D. Mason & Co., 1892. 350 pages of history (including individual townships), plus 150 pages of biographies and 350 pages of family sketches. ARE

"The Records of The First Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the Town of Glen, Organized as the First Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the Town of Charlestown (Charleston) Montgomery County, New York, on March 18, 1795." Copied from the original Church Register by Donald A. Keefer, 1990 The book consists of records copied from the original church register now in the collections of the Montgomery County Dept. of History and Archives, Old Court House, Fonda, NY. The dates run from 1805 through 1879. SHN

"Records of The Reformed Dutch Church at Fort Plain (New York)." New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, April 1918. Description: Births and baptisms 1809-1814; Marriages 1788-1820, 1822-1849; Deaths 1788-1813.ARE

"Records of the Lutheran St. Paul's Church in the Town of Minden (The Geisenberg Church)." Edited by Royden Vosburgh (New York Genealogical and Biographical Society), 1914. Description: baptisms 1793-1836. ARE

"Records of the Lutheran Trinity Church of Stone Arabia in the town of Palatine." New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, 1933-35. Description: Volume 1: baptisms 1751-1815, marriages 1739-1760 1763-1778 1790 1810-1815 1827-1830, deaths 1758-1779 1811-1814. Volume 2: baptisms 1816-1833. Volume 3: baptisms 1837-1866, marriages 1840-1866. deaths 1845-1859. Volume 4: baptisms 1864+, deaths 1866+. ARE

"Reformed Dutch Church of Stone Arabia (Montgomery County, New York)." New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Dec 1934. Description: Baptisms and births 1739-1911; Marriages 1739-1895; Deaths 1787-1823, 1851-1856. Stone Arabia Reformed Burying Ground gravestones. ARE

"St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church (Canajoharie, NY)." Department of History and Archives, Montgomery County NY, Feb 1938. Description: Baptisms and births 1883-1930; Marriages 1883-1932; Deaths 1883-1920. ARE

New York City

"Index to Marriages & Deaths in the 'New York Herald' 1835-1870." James P. Maher, Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc. in 3 Volumes. Index of the dates that marriage notices (listed by both Bride and Groom) and death notices first appearred in the MARRIAGES and DIED columns of this New York City newspaper. After finding the publication date of the notice in the Herald, the next step would be to view the microfilm of the actual pages to obtain possible additional info. If the microfilm is not available in your area, Mr. Maher will send you a transcription of the info printed in the Herald for a small charge (and also sell you his books). NHS

"Index to Marriage and Death Notices in the New-Yorker Staats-Zeitung 1836-1870." Frank A. Biebel, NY. Genealogical & Biographical Society, 2000. This has German marriages and deaths in New York City. DW9

"Minutes of Coroners Proceedings: City and County of New York, 1748-1758." Francis J. Sypher, Jr., New York Genealogical & Biographical Society, 2004. This book lists those who died in New York City from 1748-1758. For some of the deceased, there is further information such as cause of death, occupation, race, etc. JAR

"New York City Directory 1786." David Franks, Pub. F. B. Patterson reprinted in 1874. inhabitants of New York City in 1784 - lists name, Occupation and street address. PH8

"Old Calvary Cemetery New Yorkers Carved in Stone." Rosemary Muscarella Ardolina, Heritage Books, 1996. Cemetery inscriptions from 1st Calvary Cemetery in Queens, NY. Only persons whose tombstone lists a place of birth in Ireland are included in book. C11

"Orphan Trains & Their Precious Cargo, The Life's Work of Rev. H. D. Clarke." Written By Clark Kidder. Published by Heritage Books, Inc., 2001. Rev. H. D. Clarke was an agent for the Children's Aid Society of New York City, which sent orphans from New York City to the west to live with foster families. HR

"Roman Catholic Priests and Parishes of the Diocese of Brooklyn: 1820-1990," Volumes I and II [3rd Edition]. Harry M. Culkin (Ed.), Wm. Charles Printing Co., 1990. Directory of current and former Roman Catholic priests who served in the Diocese of Brooklyn between 1820 and 1990. Each entry includes the following info (when available: full name of the priest; date and location of birth; seminary attended; year of ordination; chronological listing of parishes where the priest served, including dates of service; membership/participation in diocesan committees and organizations; date of death. Also included is a brief history of each parish church, to include date established and a chronological listing of all pastors (with dates of service). [The Diocese of Brooklyn serves Brooklyn and Queens Boroughs in New York City.] Please note that these volumes do NOT include individual parish records of baptisms, marriages, or deaths. LP5

Niagara Co.

"Biographical and Portrait Cyclopedia of Niagara County, New York." Edited by Samuel T. Wiley and W. Scott Garner, Gresham Publishing Co. 1892. Approx. 400 Biographical sketches of Niagara Co.'s leading citizens @ the time. A very few include an illustration. L23

Oneida Co.

"1910 Directory of Utica, New York." R. L. Polk and Company, 1910. 1910 City Directory for Utica, New York: contains alphabetical listing of residents; reverse street directory; Classified Business Directory; advertisements; lists of city government officials, banks, cemeteries, churches, hospitals, clubs, asylums, incorporated associations and companies, newspapers, schools, fraternal organizations; etc. LF5

"The Hamiltonian 1947," Clinton, Oneida County, NY. Hamilton College Publication Board. 1947. College yearbook/All-male college. Includes: Graduates for years 1944-1947 (because of low attendance during WWII), Faculty, List of Hamilton College War Dead, Fraternities, Clubs, Local Advertisers. NHS

"A Record of the Descendants of Alfred Martin, late of Floyd, Oneida County, N. Y." Algenine E. Hicks, Rome N.Y., 1912. Descendants of Alfred Martin, and ancestors of his wife Rhoda Denison, who is a descendant of Mayflower passengers William Brewster, John Howland and John Tilley. Addendum and index by Martin H. Irons, great great grandson of Alfred and Rhoda. MI

Onondaga Co.

"Boyd's Duplex Directory of Syracuse 1896." Andrew Boyd, Andrew Boyd Directory Company, 1896. 1896 city directory for Syracuse, New York, lists names of householders and businessmen's (and a few womens's) names. Contains advertisements and local information. J38

"The Lesley E. Voorhees Records, Vol. 1." History's People, Inc., Syracuse, NY, 1965. Van Buren-Baldwinsville-Lysander area cemetery inscriptions and burial records. KLB

"Syracuse And Its Environs." Franklin P. Chase, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, Inc., 1924. 483 pages of biographical information on 3000+ individuals. Also 875 pages of Syracuse area history. PP3

"The Syracuse Physicians' Guide and Protective Directory." Balch Bro's & West, Publishers, 111 Genesee St, Utica, NY, 1896. This book contains a list of 116 physicians 86 pages of names that are keyed to the physicians, presumably their patients. The list of names includes addresses and some occupations. A few names are out-of-towners. J38

Orange Co.

"Biography Portrait and Biographical Record of Orange County, New York." Vols. 1-3 Author Unknown, Orig. Pub. Chapman Publishing Co., 1895, Reprinted 1994. by Heritage Books, Inc., Maryland Individual biographies and some portraits of prominent and representative citizens of Orange County dealing primarily with the 19th century. Photocopies May Be Available. CBH

"Cemeteries of the Town of Minisink." Edna D. Raymond, Orange County Genealogical Society, 1988. Tombstone readings from the cemeteries in the town of Minisink, Orange County, New York. A9

"A History of the Minisink Region." Charles E. Stickney; Coe Finch & I. F. Guiwits; 1867. Includes history of the towns of Minisink, Deer Park, Mount Hope, Greeville, Walkill and Wawayands. Information of the Battle of Minisink. Some, but not all, surnames include Carpenter, Cole, Denton, Decker, DeWitt, Hallock, Mills, Stickney and Swartout. A9

"History of Orange County, NY," Vol I & II. E. M. Ruttenber & L. H. Clark, 1881. 820 pp no index. MN

"Minisink Valley Reformed Dutch Church Records 1716 - 1830." Royden Woodward Vosburg; Clearfield Publishing Co; 2002. Lists Baptisms, Births, Marriages and church members for Minisink Machackemeck Church; Baptisms and Births for Minisink Church Baptisms, Birth and Marriages for Machackemeck Church Baptisms, Birth and Marriages for Walpeck Church. Lists secondary churches with their history and lists pastors. A9

"The Pioneers Of Quarry Hill." Maurice Patterson. History (and pictures) of the local (Deerpark TOWNSHIP) Patterson, Brooks, Boyd, Spiedel, Durland, Reed, Whitaker, Davis, Moore families plus OTHERS. List of burials at (Rio) Quarry Hill Cemetery. The area was formery known as Hartwood, NY, and also there is some history on the Hartwood Club, and founding members, along with the local schoolhouses and those that founded and attended (some pictures). *I am willing to take digital photos of the local (Rio/Hartwood) specific buildings/areas as they are today, and cemetery markers, upon specific request, to be emailed to those who request.* E10

Oswego Co.

"A Look At the Past, Williamstown, NY." Town of Williamstown, 1991. KN2

"A Scriba Anthology - Volume 1 - The Nineteenth Century." Charles D. Young, compiler - pub 1996 - by "A Scriba Publishing Project" - (Town Historian). A compilation of "stories" compiled by Town Historian, Charles D. Young. JT4

Otsego Co.

"American Agriculturist and Farm Directory of Otsego and Herkimer Counties NY." Orange Judd Company, N.Y. 1917. Description: an alphabetical listing by county of individual farm owners and tenants, with first name of wife, number of children, type of farm produce, acreage. ARE

"Gazetteer and Business Directory of Otsego County, New York." Hamilton Child, Syracuse, 1873. Alphabetical list of residents in each town, with occupations and acreage. ARE

"History of Otsego County New York." Everts & Fariss, 714 Filbert St, Philadelphia, 1878. Description: history of individual towns in Otsego County; biographies of noted citizens. ARE

Queens Co.

See also under Moore surname.

"Annals of Newtown in Queens County, New York, containing it's history from it's first settlement together with many interesting facts concerning adjacent towns." James Riker, Jr.; pub D. Fanshaw, NY; 1852. History of the Town of Newtown (Queens); includes genealogy of early residents of Newtown (Rapelye, Lawrence, Brinckerhoff, Riker, Lent, Suydam, Moore, Alsop, Berien, Sackett, Polhemus, Leverich, Blackwell, Luyster, Cowenhoven, Fish, Bragaw, Betts, Way, Van Alst, Burroughs, Remsen, Van Duyn, Alburtis, Howard, Hallett, Debevoise). CID, SG4, SW, TH1

"History of the Dutch Congregation of Oyster Bay, Queens Co., Island of Nassau (Long Island)." Henry Stoutenburgh; NY; 1902. The compiler traced the first Dutch settlers in Oyster Bay back to emigration, and forward to 1902. Includes 3,000 families, primarily Dutch descent. SG4

"The History of Southhold." By Wittaker. SW

Rensselaer Co.

"Tombstone Inscriptions in Cemeteries In Troy, Rensselaer County, NY Indicating a Foreign Place of Origin." Loretta M. Nial, 1976. Self Published by Ms. Nial. MH4

"Vital Records of the Town of Schodack, Rensselaer County, New York Prior to 1880." Compiler: Lauretta P. Harris; Gateway Press, Baltimore, 1970. CJ1

Richmond Co.

"Staten Island Church Records." Tobias Alexander Wright, Heritage Boods, Inc. 1997. Records of the Dutch Reformed Church of Port Richmond, Staten Island; Baptisms from 1696 - 1772, United Brethren Congregation, commonly called Moravian Church, Staten Island; Births and Baptisms, 1749 - 1853; Barriages, 1764 to 1863; Deaths and Burials, 1758 to 1828. St. Andrews Church, Richmond, Staten Island; Births and Baptisms from 1752 to 1795; Marriages from 1754 to 1808. C3

Rockland Co.

See also under Hopper surname.

"Pre-Revolutionary Dutch Houses and Families in Northern New Jersey and Southern New York." Bailey, Rosalie Fellow; Dover Publications, Inc.; 1968. Republication of 1936 original by William Morrow & Co. Publishers Descriptions of pre-revolutionary Dutch Colonial houses with some information given for the families who built and inhabited each of them. Covers Brooklyn, Queens,Staten Island, and ROCKLAND COUNTY, NY; as well as BERGEN, Middlesex, Monmouth, Somerset, Essex, Pasaic, Hunterdon, Morris, Sussex, Warren Counties, NJ. Contains excellent index of surnames for lookups. ARL

Saint Lawrence Co.

"The Gridiron, 1927." (St Lawrence University, 1927 yearbook). JMA1

"The Gridiron, 1935." (St Lawrence University, 1935 yearbook). JMA1

"Massena Telephone Directory, 1948-1949." New York Telephone Company. Telephone directory for Massena, NY, including listings from Briar Hill, Canton, De Kalb, Edwards, Hammond, Hermon, Heuvelton, Macomb, Madrid, Massena, Morristown, Nicholville, Norwood, Ogdensburg, Oxbow, Potsdam, Richville, Rossie, Winthrop. J38

Saratoga Co.

"1871 Gazetteer and Business Directory of Saratoga County NY and Queensbury NY." Hamilton Child, Interstate Boods, 1995 (originally published in 1871). Advertisements for local businesses, histories of the towns of the county, listings of area businessmen, merchants, and farmers. TM2

"History of Saratoga County, New York, with illustrations biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers." Nathaniel B. Sylvester. Philadelphia: Everts & Ensign, 1878. [This book is now freely available to download from the Internet Archive.]

"Saratoga County Heritage." Violet Dunn, Saratoga County, 1974. History of all the towns of the county, has little snippets about several county residents. TM2

Schenectady Co.

See also under the Countryman surname.

"The Book of Names, Especially Relating to The Early Palatines And the First Settlers in the Mohawk Valley." Compiled and Arranged by Lou D. MacWethy, Genealogical Pub. Co. 1969. French and Indian war Militiamen, Partial listing, List of Palatines,(First London List (1- 4 lists) Kocherthal Records (baptisms mostly) from the West Camp Lutheran Church 1708-1719. BBR

"Centennial Address relating to the Early History of Schenectady and its First Settlers: Delivered at Schenectady, July 4th, 1876." Hon. John SANDERS; Albany, NY: Van Benthuysen Printing House, 1879. Genealogical and historical information about the Schenectady area. AB6

"Early History of Schenectady, New York and its First Settlers." John Sanders, Heritage Books, 1999, reprint of 1879. Genealogical and historical info about the early residents of Schenectady, NY. 346 pgs. CM1

"Door to the Mohawk Valley." Millicent Winton Veeder, Cromwell Printery, 1947. Subtitled a History of Schenectady for Young People. History of the city from Chapter 1 "Schenectady Before the White Men Came" through the 1940's. Lots of info on schools, churches, industry, etc. Biographies of Arendt van Curler, Governor Yates, Eliphalet Nott, George W. Feathersonehaugh, Charles P. Stienmetz, and George Lunn. Lots of info on other figures from county history. Wonderful book! TM2

"The Van Epps Papers: A Collection of Reports of Percy M. Van Epps on the History of the Town of Glenville." Percy M. Van Epps, Town Board of Glenville, 1998. Genealogical and historical info about the early residents of Glenville, Schenectady Co, NY. 460 pgs. CM1

Seneca Co.

"Seneca County 1867 Directory"...Seneca County NY. JB20

"Seneca County Farm Register"....Seneca County NY. JB20

Steuben Co.

"Marriages and Deaths from Steuben County, New York Newspapers, 1797-1868." 172 pages. Author: Abstracted by Yvonne E. Martin. Publisher & date: Heritage Books (c) 2012. Table of contents: The Bath Gazette & Genesee Advertiser (scattered issues) June 1, 1797-April 12, 1798
The Constitutionalist: Aug. 23, 1837-Feb. 16, 1842
The Steuben Democrat: Nov. 15, 1843 - May 22, 1844
Steuben farmer's Advocate: Dec. 16, 1847 - Dec. 8, 1847
the Steuben Democrat: June 14, 1848 - June 13, 1849
Steuben Farmer's Advocate: Dec. 13, 1848 - Dec. 2, 1852
the Voice of the Nation: Jan. 10, 1855 - Dec. 19, 1855
Steuben American; Jan. 2, 1856 - May 6, 1857
the Addison Advertiser: March 10, 1858-March 18, 1868 J15

Suffolk Co.

"The Commoners." Katherine Newell Mayne, The Southold Historical Society, no date listed (my guess from reading the book would be late 1990's). A brief history of the organization offically called "The Proprietors of the Comon and Undivided Lands and Meadows of Southold Town. Dates range from 1640 to 1997. M37

"The Family of Richard Smith -- Smithtown, Long Island." Frederick Kindman Smith, The Smithtown Hist. Society, 1967. Richard Smith was one of the early settlers of Southampton, Long Island and this book traces 10 generations. I would say it starts around 1650's and goes to early 1900's. R16

"Genealogy of Some of the Vail Family Descended from Jeremiah Vail." Henry H. Vail, 1902. The descendants of Jeremiah Vail, removed from England to Salem, Mass then to Southold, Suffolk County, New York - Long Island. Information from 17th-19th C. CG5

"The Havens Family in Suffolk County, New York." Havens, Barrington S. Published by the Author, 1975 A genealogical survey of some of the descendants of William. S. Havens 17th Century settler of Aquidneck, Rhode Island. KDC

"A History of Hauppauge Long Island." Simeon Wood, Jack Marr Publishing Company, 1981. This is a history of the Wheeler, Smith, "Bull" Smith, Blydenburgh, Wood, Rolph, Hubbs, Price, McCrone, and Germond families. There are some pictures in this book. These families seem to be among the early settlers of Hauppauge, Suffolk County, Long Island. This is a small book, but seems to have acurate information. R16

"Sag Harbor in Earlier Days: A Series of Historical Sketches of the Harbor and Hampton Port." Harry D. Sleight, Sag Harbor, NY, 1930; printed by The Hampton Press, Bridgehampton, NY, 1930. Describes the history of the famous whaling town on Long Island, a town which also played a part in the Revolutionary War; mentions many of the earlier residents. This book is a high quality photocopy; the original has a notation on the cover "Two hundred copies printed, and the type then destroyed." KF2

"Whitaker's Southold." Rev. Epher Whitaker, D.D.; Amereon House; no date (he died in 1916, my guess would be late 1890's). History of the town of Southold, NY on Long Ilsand. The author used and referred to the original town records. M37

"Youngs Family: Vicar Chrisopher Yonges, His Ancestors in England and his Descendants in America." Selah Youngs, 1907. The descendants of Rev. Christopher Youngs of Southwold, Suffolk, England; the founder of Southold, Suffolk County, New York - Long Island. Also links into many other families in Southold. Information from 17th-19th C. CG5

Sullivan Co.

"History Of Sullivan County," with separate directory of names. James Eldridge Quinlan, 1873, republished 1965, Fallsburg Printing Co. An account of its geology, climate, aborigines, early settlement, organization; the formation of its towns with biographical sketches of prominent residents, etc. JDV

"Record Of the Family Of Levi Kimball & Some Of His Descendants" Comp. by Levi Darbee, 1861; Rev. & Extended 1913 by Robert M. Darbee; Brooklyn Eagle Press Records of Kimballs and Darbees. JDV

"Reminiscences." John Willard Johnston; Town of Highland, 1993. First hand turn of the century account of the Upper Delaware and the D&H Canal. Towns mentioned are Pond Eddy, Whirl Pool Eddy, Handsome Eddy, Milford, Schohola, Barryville. Some families mentioned are Rundle, Van Tuyl, Writer, Midduagh, Decker, Quick, Cowen and Van Auken. Gives family histories of some of the families. A9

"The Town of Fremont," Hick, 1951. ML

Tioga Co.

"Historic Gazetteer and Directory of Tioga County New York 1785-1880." W.B. Gay & Company, Syracuse, New York, 1888. This is a thick, lovely old book with long passages on the older familes in Tioga County. If you have early ancestry in Tioga who stayed more than a generation it is likely your family is listed in this book. It also has some photos of more prominent citizens, almost all men, I think. Then in the back it has a directory of who was living or conducting business in the town in 1887. The directory is not indexed, as the first part of the book is, so it is helpful if you know where in Tioga your ancestors were. VT

Tompkins Co.

"Death and Marriage Notices - Tompkins County, NY 1870-1890." Auth: Nancy E. Greene-Young, CGRS; Pub:Heritage Books, INC., 1996. This book is a compilation of death and marrige notices on an index card file titled "Marriages and Deaths", located at the DeWitt Historical Society, in Ithaca, NY. According to the book's introduction, the data contained on the cards was originally abstracted from death and marriage notices in local newspapers of Tompkins Co., NY, and most are dated between 1870 and 1890, although earlier and later notices are included. ARB

"The EARSLEY Family of Caroline, New York, and their Descendants." Compiled by Dorothy A. Mix, Lawrence Kreyer, and Barbara B. M. Kone. Sponsored in 1995 by The Town of Caroline Bicentennial Committee Descendant listings of Francis and Maria (Johnson) Earsley. The widow, Maria, moved with her ten children from Roxbury, NJ to Caroline, Tompkins Co., NY, arriving there in 1795. Many descendants and allied families still reside in Central NY. ARB

Ulster Co.

"1855 Census, Ulster County New York," Volumes I & II. Ulster Co. Genealogical Society. M36

"Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York." Roswell Randall Hoes, Transcriber and Editor; New York: De Minne Press, 1891. Reproduction of Baptismal and Marriage church records dating from 1660 to 1809, with baptismal indices (for fathers, mothers, male witnesses, and female witnesses) and marriages (by husbands and wives full names). MDD

"Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York, 1660-1809." Roswell Hoes, Ed. , Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1997. An index to the registers is online; see http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rbillard/vital_statistics.htm. Please consult the index first. For some marriages, and for a few baptisms, there will be additional data in the book. Please provide the dates & names shown in the index when you make a request. PD2

"Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York for One Hundred Years, 1810-1909." Heritage and Museum Committee , Old Dutch Church, Compilers. Printed by Ford Printing Service, Kingston, New York in 1988. Compilation of Baptismal and Marriage church records dating from 1810 to 1909, with baptismal indices (for fathers, mothers, children) and marriages (by husbands and wives). MDD

"The Early History of Kingston And Ulster County NY." Marc B. Fried, Ulster County Historical Society, 1975. Tons of info on the early settlers and their families. Note that this is VERY early history. No one is mentioned who was not already in Kingston/Esopus in the 1600s. PD2

"History of Ulster County, New York with Illustrations." Nathaniel Bartlett Sylvester, published by Heart of the Lakes Publishing, Interlaken, NY, 1994. Reproduction of Nathaniel Bartlett Sylvester's "History of Ulster County, New York, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of its Prominent Men and Pioneers," originally published by Everts & Peck, Philadelphia, 1880. All-name index. MDD

"Katsbaan and Saugerties Reformed Church Ulster County, New York." Jean D. Worden, 1982. These church records were taken from microfilm UGS film #5, property of the New York State Library, Albany, New York. Includes 1730 - 1875 baptisms and 1735 - 1875 marriages. SS3

"Kingston City Directory 1878/9." J.B. Fitzgerald, Publisher, Kingston, N.Y. 1878. KS3

"Records of the Dutch Reformed Church of Woodstock, N.Y." Woodstock Historical Society Publications, 1939-1946. Baptismal records for the years 1805-1827 includes names of parents and children. JR7

"Ulster County (NY) Cemeteries." Florence Prehn, Ulster Co. Genealogical Society. Comprehensive listing of graves in Ulster Co., NY, USA. M36

Warren Co.

"1871 Gazetteer and Business Directory of Saratoga County NY and Queensbury NY." Hamilton Child, Interstate Boods, 1995 (originally published in 1871). Advertisements for local businesses, histories of the towns of the county, listings of area businessmen, merchants, and farmers. TM2

"History of St. Marys Parish." The Rev. Joseph P. Kelly, Glens Falls Post Company, 1949. First hundred years of the parish. Does not contain information about individual families. Contains biographical information on the parish priests, lists the Sisters, and has a listing of parishoners as of 1949. TM2

Washington Co.

"Cemetery Records, Towns of Jackson and White Creek, Washington Co., NY." Indexed and compiled by Charles B. Moore, Historical Data Services, Glens Falls NY, 2000. Includes diagrams of the layout of several cemeteries as well as the lot and section for many individual burial sites. L30

"The Fort Edward Book." Robert O. Bascom, originally published by James D. Keating, 1903; reprinted by Higginson Books Co.   Historical sketches, Illustrations, and family records; Time period covered- 1690-1903; contents- Argyle Patent; Fort Miller; Civil, churches, Clubs, early justice, tax records, some reminiscences of an old resident, family names (Campbell for one), Jane McCrea, etc. S6

Westchester Co.

"Tombstone Records of Eighteen Cemeteries in Pound Ridge." Compiled by Mable L. Jordan and Natalie M. Seth, Harbor Hill Books, 1983. Older tombstone records from Pound Ridge, Westchester County, New York. Also has burials in and around Pound Ridge, N.Y. 1860-1871 copied from the original records by Mildred E. Struble, transcribed and indexed by Natalie M. Seth. A9

Yates Co.

"Abstract from the Early Newspapers of Penn Yan, Yates County, Ny 1823-1855." Heritage Books, Inc. DC7

"Genealogical Gleanings Abstracted from the Early Newspapers of PennYan, Yates County, NY 1823-1833 and 1841-1855." Dianne Stenzel, Heritage Books, Inc. 1991. DC7

"History of Yates County New York Vol 1 & 2." S. C. Cleveland, 1873. DC7

"Yates County Cemeteries: Town of Benton, Milo and Torrey." Frances Dumas & Sherry E. Conybeare, 1996 (does not list publisher). DC7