Brookhaven, Long Island, NY Town Record Collection
Sections from 1657 - 1900 as outlined below
5 Seperate Publications in 7
Complete Searchable Volumes on one CD
|1. RECORDS, Town of Brookhaven up
to 1800; as compiled by the Town Clerk, Patchogue, NY, John
Mather and Nathaniel Miller Committee, Printed at the office of the
"Advance," 1880, 219 Pages
|2. Records of the Town of
Brookhaven, Suffolk County, N. Y. - Contains the
Entire Records From 1798 to March,
the Original Records, in Their Order, Under the Direction of
the Supervisor and Justices of the Peace - Town of Brookhaven, Port
L. I. Times Steam Job Print, 1888, table of contents; including much of
concerning the early settlement of Brookhaven town and surrounds:
land transfers, bonds and sale of goods, plus more, 551 pages.
|3. Brookhaven Town Records. Volume 1 - 1662 - 1679 Published by order of the
Truatees of the Freeholders and Commonality of the Town by O. B.
T. Cox, Archibald C. Weeks; Copied, annotated and compiled by Archibald
C. Weeks; New York, Tobias A. Wright Printer and Publisher, 1924, 176
|4. Records of the town of Brookhaven, New
York - Authors:
Walter I. James; Ira G.
Rogers; William J. Weeks; Osborn Shaw, Originally published in New
-1932, reproduction of the original records - THREE SECTIONS,
Book A, 1657
1679, Book B - 1679
to 1756 and Book C 1687 to 1789,
Total Combined 1331 Pages.
|5. Records of the
Town of Brookhaven 1886-1900 Inclusive
Book H and Book L., Osborn Shaw, Port Jefferson Times, 1941, 478
Pages plus index.
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