The Hudson Valley Region Of New York State
SPECIAL Bundle of SIX CDs (42 Text) Covering "The Hudson Valley Region of New York State"
CD 1, "Genealogy
and History of COLUMBIA, New York"
Contents - 11 Searchable Text as described
CD 2, "Genealogy
and History of DUTCHESS, New York"
Contents - 6 Searchable Text as described
copied from the Rural respository : published in Hudson, N.Y.unknown,
1949-1951,Wiles, Harriett M. 238 pgs.
and deaths from the Northern whig, published in Hudson, N.Y., 1823-1828
: typescript, Wiles, Harriett M.1952, 29 pgs.Typescript (copy); includes
marriages and deaths published in the northern whig from 1823 to 1828.
inscriptions of the Hudson City cemetery, Hudson, Columbia County,
N.Y. New York,: Cohen, Minnie, 1936-1937, 293 pgs.
of wills of Columbia County, New York New York: Barber, Gertrude
A, 1935-1936, 717 pgs.
inscriptions of the Village Cemetery, Hillsdale, rear of Herrington
and Bell houses N. Hillsdale, Old Cemetery, Hillsdale, Lutheran Cemetery,
Hillsdale, north end of the town Old Cemetery, Hillsdale, Harlemville Cemetery,
Harlemville, Methodist Episcopal churchyard, North Hillsdale, Methodist
Episcopal churchyard, Copake, West Copake Reformed Church Cemetery, West
Copake, Chatham Rural Cemetery, Chatham : all in Columbia County, N.Y.
New York,: Cohen, Minnie, 1938, 192 pgs.
inscriptions of the Boston Corners Cemetery, Boston Corners, Union
Cemetery, Ancram, Old Cemetery, Ancram, Vedder Church Cemetery, Gallatinville,
Niver Cemetery, Craryville, Martindale Cemetery, Martindale : all in Columbia
County, N.Y. Cohen, Minnie, 1939, 104 pgs.
inscriptions of Columbia County, New York, New York,: Cohen, Minnie,
1936, 290 pgs.
records of Old Orchard Cemetery, Hillsdale, Columbia County, N.Y. :
typescript, 1934, Wiles, Harriett M. 8 pgs. Typescript (copy); includes
cemetery records from Old Orchard Cemetery and North Hillsdale Cemetery.
inscriptions of the Esselstyne Farm on road from Martindale to Harlemville,
Harlemville Methodist Cemetery, Harlemville, St. Peter's Methodist Cemetery,
Spencertown, Red Rock Rural Cemetery, Red Rock, Canaan, Park and Jenkins
family cemetery, Canaan, Jones Farm, Jenkins family cemetery, Canaan, New
Concord Cemetery, New Concord, Austerlitz Cemetery, Austerlitz, Green River
Cemetery, Green River, Craryville Cemetery, leading from Reformed Dutch
Church, Craryville, Presbyterian Cemetery, Craryville, West Taghkanic Methodist
Cemetery, West Taghkanic, Old Williams Cemetery, on road between Hillsdale
and Copake : all in Columbia County, N.Y. New York,: Cohen, Minnie, 1939,
from graveyards in the northern part of Columbia County, New York,
in the vicinity of Chatham, New Britain, Malden Bridge, etc. Phillips,
Ralph David, 1936, 38 pgs.
inscriptions of the cemetery adjoining the Reformed Church of Linlithgo,
town of Livingston : Livingston Cemetery, opposite the Reformed Dutch
Church, Livingston : Linlithgo Village Cemetery, situated on the dirt road
from Livingston to Linlithgo : cemetery attached to the Livingston Memorial
Chapel of the Reformed Church of Linlithgo : all in Columbia County, N.Y.
Cohen, Minnie 1941, 43 pgs.
CD 3, "Genealogy
and History of ORANGE, New York"
Contents - 7 Searchable Text as described
|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,
CD 4, "Genealogy
and History of PUTNAM, New York"
Contents - 5 Searchable Text as described
inscriptions of Orange County, N.Y. : Volumes 1-4 New York,: Gertrude
A. Barber, 1930, 437 pgs.
|2. The History of Orange County, New York: Middletown, N.Y.,
Van Deusen and Elms, 1908, 1134 pgs.
|3. An outline history of Orange County : with an enumeration of the names of its
towns, villages, rivers, creeks, lakes, ponds, mountains, hills and other known
localities, and their etymologies or historical reasons therefor, together with
local traditions and short biographical sketches of early settlers, etc. Newburgh N.Y.: S.T. Callahan, 1846-7, Eager, Samuel W., 654 pgs.
|4. Index to Eager's history of Orange County, New York: (ABOVE) Rutland, Vt. Tuttle Pub. Co., c1940, Estabrook, Lillian O., 47 pgs.
and biographical record of Orange County, New York : containing portraits
and biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens of the
county : together with biographies and portraits of all the presidents
of the United States. New York: Chapman Pub. Co., 1895, 1534 pgs.
County patriot : a newspaper published at Goshen, N.Y. : marriages
and deaths from May 1828 to Dec. 1831 Gertrude A. Barber, 1935, 42
James Protestant Episcopal Church records : Goshen, Orange County,
New York Gertrude A. Barber, 1932, 99 pgs.
|1. History of Putnam County,
New York : with biographical sketches of its prominent men Philadelphia:
W.W. Preston & Co., 1886, Pelletreau, William S, 897 pgs.
|2. The history of Putnam
County, N.Y. : with an enumeration of its towns, villages, rivers,
creeks, lakes, ponds, mountains, hills, and geological features, local
traditions, and short biographical sketches of early settlers, etc. New
York: Baker & Scribner, 1849, Blake, William J., 360 pgs.
|3. Cemetery inscriptions
of Putnam County, N.Y. : including the towns of Adams Corners, Carmel,
Cold Spring, Doansburg, Farmers Mills, Fredericksburg, Hortontown, Kent,
Kent Cliffs, Lake Mahopac, Lake Oscawana, Ludington, Mahopac Falls, Meads
Corners, Mekeels Corners, Milltown, Patterson, Secords Corners, Tilley
Foster, Towners Corners, and Union Valley Peekskill, N.Y.:Horton, William
P., 1928, 268 pgs.
|4. Putnam County, New York
cemeteries. : 1794-1914 Brooklyn, N.Y.,: Eardeley, William Applebie,
1917, 75 pgs.
|5. Records of early settlers
of Putnam County and Cortlandt Manor, New York, Haacker, Frederick
C., 1954, 50 pgs.
|CD 5, "Genealogy
and History of ROCKLAND, New York"
Contents - 5 Searchable Text as described
CD 6, "Genealogy
and History of WESTCHESTER, New York"
Contents - 8 Searchable Text as described
of wills of Rockland County, New York : copied from the original records
at the Surrogate's Office, New City, Rockland County, N.Y. Barber, Gertrude
A. 1950-1953, 273 pgs.
|2. Rockland County almanac
and year book, 1934 : most complete fact book ever compiled about
Rockland County, New York. Rockland County, N.Y., 1934,
|3. Abstracts of wills of
Rockland County, New York, 1786-1845 New York,: Cowen, Minnie, 1937-1939,
|4. Reformed Dutch Church,
Clarkstown, Rockland County, New York, Barber, Gertrude A. ,
1927, 90 pgs.
|5. The history of Rockland
County New York: A.S. Barnes & Co., 1886, Green, Frank Bertangue,
|1. Early wills of Westchester
County, New York : from 1664 to 1784 : a careful abstract of all wills
(nearly 800) recorded in New York Surrogate's Office and at White Plains,
N.Y. from 1664 to 1784 : also the genealogy of "the Havilands" of Westchester
County and descendants of Hon. James Graham (Watkinson and Ackerley families)
: with genealogical and historical notes New York: F.P. Harper, Pelletreau,
William S. 1898, 501 pgs. - Wills of early residents of Westchester
Co., N. Y., 1664-1784, Abstract of wills and genealogical notes,
Index of wills, Index of letters of administration
|2. Purchase, Westchester
Co., N.Y. : tombstone inscriptions in the Quaker burying ground and
minutes of monthly meetings, etc. : with genealogical notes
|3. Purchase, Westchester
County, New York, monthly meeting of Friends : intentions of marriage,
1726-1850 / [transcribed by] William Applebie Eardeley.
|4. Amawalk, Westchester
County, New York, Friends Monthly Meeting records : births, marriages
and deaths, 1724-1908 Brooklyn, N.Y, 1914, 60 pgs.
inscriptions of Westchester County, N.Y. :
William P. Horton, City of Publication: Peekskill, N.Y., Publisher:
unknown Date: 1928, 526 pages
|6. Biographical history
of Westchester County, New York:
Chicago, Lewis Pub. Co., 1899, 1163 pgs. Volumes 1 and 2. - Includes
|7. Manual of Westchester
County : past and present :
civil list to date, 1898 : containing specially prepared articles relative
to the county, written by distinguished residents: matters concerning the
county's history : organization of towns, villages and cities; population
as shown by the various census enumerations, with other statistics and
general facts of interest and value : names and addresses of present officials
in county, towns, cities and villages, together with a complete list of
lawyers practicing in the several localities : also, containing the portraits
and biograhies of distinguished men connected with the county's early history,
as well as of prominent officials of the present time. White Plains, N.Y.:
H.T. Smith, 1898, 403 pgs.
|8. Gopsill's Westchester
County directory :
containing a general directory of names in the towns of Peekskill, Sing
Sing, Tarrytown, White Plains & Yonkers : together with a business
directory of the whole county : also, a list of farmers, banks, insurance
companies, incorporated companies, county and town officers, churches and
clergymen, fire department, public schools, and much other useful information
Jersey City, N.J.: J. Gopsill, Costa, J. 1866, 309 pgs.
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