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Brookhaven, Long Island, NY Town Record Collection
Sections from 1657 - 1900 as outlined below

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CD Contents
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 R. 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, 1856, Copied From the Original Records, in Their Order, Under the Direction of the Supervisor and Justices of the Peace - Town of Brookhaven, Port Jefferson, L. I. Times Steam Job Print, 1888, table of contents; including much of interest concerning the early settlement of Brookhaven town and surrounds: disputes, 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. Ackerly, Wilmot T. Cox, Archibald C. Weeks; Copied, annotated and compiled by Archibald C. Weeks; New York, Tobias A. Wright Printer and Publisher, 1924, 176 pgs.

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 York, 1930 -1932, reproduction of the original records - THREE SECTIONS, Book A, 1657 to 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 from Book H and Book L., Osborn Shaw, Port Jefferson Times, 1941, 478 Pages plus index.

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