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Rockland County, New York

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History and geography
    
Rockland County was formed on 23 Feb 1798 from Orange County. It is across the Hudson River from Westchester County [Westchester GenWeb] [Westchester ALHN], and is only about 25 miles northwest of New York City. It is on the New Jersey state line, next to Bergen County, NJ.

Rockland County Links
    Links to Rockland maps, directories, government agencies, genealogical and historical societies, cemeteries, ...

Rockland County Query Page
    Post a query about an individual or family and view queries left by others. Please note, RootsWeb will never sell or charge for access to your posts, but may archive and redistribute them. For details, see the RootsWeb Common-Sense Acceptable Use Policy.

Rockland County mailing list
    Discuss Rockland genealogy and history.


A good starting point for genealogy on the Internet is Cyndi's List at http://www.CyndisList.com.


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(mailbox image) About the coordinator: This page is maintained by Bruce A. Hamilton. Send suggestions to me at bhami@pobox.com. Both sides of my family lived in Rockland County for the past 160 years or so, but I have never lived there. I grew up mainly in Monmouth Co. New Jersey and Chester Co. Pennsylvania, and my personal experience with Rockland consists mostly of frequent visits to Pearl River, Nanuet, and Central Nyack as a child. Since 1979 I have lived in the South Bay region of Los Angeles Co. California.

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Last updatedTuesday, 18-Feb-2014 18:54:56 MST   by Bruce A. Hamilton