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eBook The Fitch Gazetteer: An Annotated Index to the Manuscript History of Washington County, New York Volume 2 ePub

by Kenneth A. Perry

  • ISBN: 0788411136
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Kenneth A. Perry
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc; annotated edition edition (1999)
  • Pages: 490
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Author: Perry, Kenneth A. ISBN 10: 0788411438.

Author: Perry, Kenneth A. Books will be free of page markings. Показать все 2 объявления с новыми товарами. Over three decades, from 1847 to 1878, Dr. Asa Fitch of New York state collected a series of articles towards a history and genealogy of Washington County and the surrounding region, intended to discern "the date of the first settlement of the towns and f. Product Identifiers.

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Fitch Gazetteer of Washington County, New York, : An Annotated Index to the Manuscript History of Washington County, New York, Volume 2. by Kenneth A. Perry. Asa Fitch of New York state collected a series of articles towards a history and genealogy of Washington County and the surrounding region, intended to discern "the date of the first settlement of the towns and from whence the settlers came.

The Fitch Gazetteer book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Fitch Gazetteer: An Annotated Index to the Manuscript History of Washington County, New York. by. Kenneth A.

An Annotated Index to the Manuscript History of Washington County, New York Volume 2. Biography, Gazetteers, Genealogy, Indexes, Local History. Asa Fitch (1809-1879). Washington County (.

Fitch's original manuscript was divided into seven volumes, which Kenneth Perry's indexing has compiled into four.

Hartford, New York A Pictorial History 1976, map,Illus. Over 1600 people were admitted to the County Poor House from 1875 to 1900. This book records the way of life aboard small crafts on the canals of New York State, the Hudson River and New Jersey ports

Hartford, New York A Pictorial History 1976, map,Illus. This book records the way of life aboard small crafts on the canals of New York State, the Hudson River and New Jersey ports. It details the changes in tugboats, barges and commercial transportation all of which are now a part of history. Hardcover, 142 pgs. Illus.

Salem, Washington County, New York. John and David Hanna, Salem lots. After the Revolution John married Mary. Perry, Kenneth A, The Fitch Gazetteer, an Annotated Index to the Manuscript of Washington County New York, 1999. Her name is often given as "McKnight" Without other sources for her surname she could also be a McNitt or McNish - both spellings found frequently in Salem, and part of the Cahans exodus from County Monaghan. Marriage date is given as "about 1786", probably because the first child was born in 1787. vol 2 p 190. ↑ RHSeale2019 speculation.

The written history of New York City began with the first European explorer the Italian Giovanni da Verrazzano in 1524. European settlement began with the Dutch in 1608

The written history of New York City began with the first European explorer the Italian Giovanni da Verrazzano in 1524. European settlement began with the Dutch in 1608. The "Sons of Liberty" destroyed British authority in New York City, and the Stamp Act Congress of representatives from throughout the Thirteen Colonies met in the city in 1765 to organize resistance to British policies.

The Fitch Gazetteer: An Annotated Index to the Manuscript History of Washington County, New York by Kenneth A. Perry (Heritage Books, 1999, ISBN 0788411829, ISBN 9780788411823). The Late Canal Commissioner Bascom in NYT on November 9, 1869. v · d · eErie Canal Commissioners. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.

Cemeteries in Washington County New York These are known cemetery transcriptions and . An annotated index to Dr. Asa Fitch’s Manuscript History of Washington County, New York.

Cemeteries in Washington County New York These are known cemetery transcriptions and gravestone photos of Washington County New York. Because of the proximity of Washington County to some towns in Vermont, the transcriptions for those are included here as well. Washington County, NY Book of Forfeitures, 1784 The Book of Forfeitures is located in the Washington County Archives, Washington County Clerk’s Office, Fort Edward, NY. It contains the list and description of Loyalist properties that were seized and sold.

Over three decades, from 1847 to 1878, Dr. Asa Fitch of New York state collected a series of articles towards a history and genealogy of Washington County and the surrounding region, intended to discern "the date of the first settlement of the towns and from whence the settlers came." This manuscript, part of the collection of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, has previously been available only on microfilm, but its contents have now been indexed and compiled here into an annotated, alphabetical list by subject, using the chronological form of the original manuscript. In collecting his data, Dr. Fitch combined personal interviews with the oldest settlers of the region and their descendants with primary source material including family records, unrecorded deeds, wills, cemetery records, early court proceedings and newspapers, and unpublished manuscripts, most of these prior to 1850. His initial articles represent some of the earliest ethnographic documentation of events relating to the first settlement of this region by the Scots-Irish and settlers from Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Included in these personal interviews were eyewitness accounts from individuals who were the participants, or descendants of participants, in the border disputes with the Hampshire grant lands that became the state of Vermont, and the pivotal events of the Burgoyne Campaign during the Revolutionary War. The numerous genealogical entries and family records featured in this manuscript trace the growth of the original families who arrived in the 1760s and the New England settlers who arrived just prior to the Revolutionary War, attempting to locate their places of origin, and carrying their descent into the 3rd, 4th and sometimes 5th generations.