and History DUTCHESS County, New York
Pages of Information
6 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
|1. First federal census
of all Dutchess County, New York : comprising 12 towns, Amenia, Beekman,
Clinton, Fishkill, Frederickstown, Northeast, Pawling, Philipstown, Poughkeepsie,
Rhinebeck, Southeast, Washington Philadelphia, Pa.: Bertram Press, 1938,
Brownell, Elijah Ellsworth 123 pgs.
|2. Inscriptions from Quaker
burying grounds with notes : Purchase, West Chester Co., Chappaqua,
West Chester Co., Pawling, Dutchess Co., (Quaker Hill), Bethel, Dutchess
Co., index Mt. Vernon, N.Y.,: Spies, Francis F., 1923, 141 pgs.
|3. Abstracts of wills of
Dutchess County, New York New York: Cowen, Minnie, 1939-1944, 901
|4. Some of the oldest in
the rural cemetery-Fishkill, Dutchess Co., N.Y.
Horton, William P. 1920, 12 pgs.
|5. Inscriptions from church-yard
of St. Peter's Lutheran Church ("Old Stone Church"), Rhinebeck, Dutchess
County, N.Y. : (copied August, 1906) (new part). Rhinebeck, N.Y.,: Clizbee,
Azalea, 1906, 23 pgs.
|6. Dutchess County, New
York cemeteries Brooklyn, N.Y.,: Eardeley, William Applebie, 1916-1917,
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