2 edition of Smith & Forman"s New-York and New-Jersey almanac for the year of our Lord 1812 ... found in the catalog.
Smith & Forman"s New-York and New-Jersey almanac for the year of our Lord 1812 ...
|Other titles||New York and New-Jersey almanac for the year of our Lord 1812|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 23951|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
Smith Smith, Samuel. The History of the Colony of Nova Caesaria, or New Jersey. Burlington, New Jersey, pp Reprinted Trenton, NJ: William PENN'S Colony was established in and in , Philadelphia became one of Pennsylvania's original counties. In , Berks Co PA was established from Cumberland, Lancaster, Philadelphia and non-county area; and in , Montgomery Co PA was established from Philadelphia. The earliest Combs were in Philadelphia by (religion not known), and by , Quaker Combs .
in Liberty, Sullivan County, New York (1 male un 1 male , 1 female un 1 female ) Next door to Ichabod Benton. Jan15 Land (Witness) -Liberty, NY - Charles Benton purchased land in Liberty from Benjamin Hardenburgh and his wife Cornelia(d/o Cornelius Wynkoop) for $ (50acres) -witness: Darius Martin and John H. Brown. By the end of the year , he had in operation in New Jersey and on the Hudson River, furnaces and forges and in the present town of Schuyler, this county, a pot and pearl ash manufactory. He had obtained about acres of Crosby's Manor and at about the present site of East Schuyler he built two frame houses, and thirty-five log houses.
Wisconsin State Society U.S.D. A branch of the United States Daughters of The society requires lineal descent from an ancestor who rendered military, naval or civil service between the close of the American Revolutionary War in and the close of the War of in , Military service may be in any one of sixteen recognized engagements between those dates. Richard Stout’s public life shows him as a member of the first New Jersey General Assembly composed of deputies and patentees in , as an overseer in and , and as Indian Commissioner. The Stout’s were Baptists and in Richard and others met to organize the first Baptist Church in .
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Jasper Smith of Maidenhead, New Jersey, was the son of John Smith of Bedford, New York, and many of Jasper’s descendants are contained in this book. The earlier records are taken from the New Jersey genealogies “Smith families of Bedford, NY and Maidenhead, NJ.” Later records were researched by various members of the Smith families in.
Full text of "Wills of the Smith families of New York and Long Island, careful abstracts of all the wills of the name of Smith recorded in New York, Jamaica, and Hempstead, prior towith genealogical and historical notes:" See other formats.
Jasper Smith of Maidenhead, New Jersey, was the son of John Smith of Bedford, New York, and many of Jasper's descendants are contained in this book.
The earlier records are taken from the New Jersey genealogies "Smith families of Bedford, NY and Maidenhead, NJ." Later records were researched by various members of the Smith families in census records, county records, wills.
Full text of "The history of the colony of Nova-Caesaria, or New Jersey: containing, an account of its first settlement, progressive improvements, the original and present constitution, and other events, to the year With some particulars since; and a short view of its present state" See other formats.
Descendants of Founders of New Jersey; a society of those associated with the earliest development of our state. Membership includes those descendants who remained in New Jersey and those who have fanned out across the nation. Today Descendants of Founders of New Jersey is an active society with over Size: 5MB.
William Smith Jr. (), an American Loyalist of New York and Quebec, was a prominent jurist, statesman, journalist and historian. The William Smith Jr. papers comprise the papers of William Smith Jr., ; those of his son William Smith III (), a Canadian government official, historian and militia officer, ; and Smith family land and estate papers, Defence of New York By now the ever-efficient Howe had taken the precaution of studying the tides and personally taking soundings in the main channel, and under the supervision of the excellent captain of the fleet, Henry Duncan, he spent the next twenty-four hours deploying his fleet and giving precise orders to his ting a five-gun battery next to the lighthouse on the.
New York: H. Stafford, – NY REF EMP • Genealogies of Long Island Families from the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, 2 vols. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., – LI REF GENE v. • Historic Homes and Institutions and Genealogical and Family History of New York, [comp.]File Size: KB.
Pension List: New York. Janu Home | Military Records | Pension List | New York. Try our genealogy search engine. The New York Pension List is a report of the names of the Revolutionary Pensioners which have been placed on the roll of New York, under the law of the 18th of March,from the passage thereof to this day, inclusive, with the Rank they held, and the.
Sylvester Finney of Warren, Litchfield Co., Connecticut moved to Oneida co., NY about when it was a wilderness. He moved to Henderson and his son was Rev. Charles G. Finney, a Congregational revivalist. InCharles G. Finney left Jefferson and moved to Connecticut and from there to New Jersey, but near New York City where he taught.
In politics. Samuel Smith (Connecticut politician) (–), early settler of Norwalk, Connecticut and deputy of the General Assembly of the Colony of Connecticut in Samuel Smith (–), British Member of Parliament for Leicester, Malmesbury, Midhurst, St Germans and Wendover Samuel Smith (–), British Member of Parliament for Worcester, Ludgershall and Ilchester.
2 John BRADNER, Jr. b: in Cape May, Cape May, New Jersey d: June in Goshen, Orange, New York Bradner geneal.] +Mary BORLAND m: in Goshen, NY Bradner geneal.] Father: William Borland Mother: Rebecca MacNeal. PART II BIOGRAPHICAL AND GENEALOGICAL.
JORIS DERICKSEN BRINCKERHOFF, the ancestor of the Brinckerhoff family in America, was born as nearly as can be determined in the county of Dreuthe, Holland, in He married Susannah Dubbels, and in came to America, settling in.
The Remarkable Tangier Smiths Stephanie S. Bigelow Please read Chester G. Osborne's Respose to this article for A few corrections and suggestions. This article has been written with the hope that it will give evidence to correct the erroneous belief held by many people, that Miss Eugenie Annie Tangier Smith was the last descendant of Col.
William Tangier, Smith. The August issue of The Public Historian focused on both the richness of the history of New York State and the diverseness of the systems in place to protect and promote that history. This same issue has been seen in recent blogs and articles on the online site New York History and elsewhere.
I appreciate the focus on our state’s history and the concern of many to ensure that our. By the end of the war, after more than eight years service, Ebenezer Smith was the longest serving captain in the Massachusetts Line. He was present in the 6th Massachusetts Infantry when the regiment was furloughed Jun 12 at West Point, New York and disbanded on Nov 3 Matthew POLLEY's grandson Ebenezer Smith was born.
William Smith in Brooklyn, NY. We found records for William Smith in Brooklyn. Other cities William may have lived in are Jamaica and West Nyack as well as 25 other cities.
Uncover William Smith's current address along with previous addresses, cell phone numbers, email addresses, criminal records and more. See more Learn More About. Seneca County New York Family Research withat this barn, and served till Occasional services were held by Rev.
C. Mosier tillwhen Rev. Shipley Wells regularly supplied the pulpit a year, after which, from time to time, various others succeeded till the building of a church at Seneca Falls.
passed away, at the good.The name of his brother, Beza, is found ina list of inhabitants of Ashfield between andand on a list of voters in the last named year. In that year Bethel Benton removed from Ashfield to Seneca, Ontario county, New York, where he continued to reside until his death at the age of ninety-six years.Line of John "Rock" Smith - Descendants and Ancestors.
John "Rock" Smith's family can be traced in "Genealogies of Long Island Families", Henry Hoff,vol. II, pp. 49 ), which is a reprint of an article which first appeared in the NEW YORK GENEALOGICAL & .