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Huntington Town Records, History & Family Stories

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CD Contents
  7 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Name Index Huntington Town Records - A personal Name Index to the Huntington Town Records, including Babylon, Long Island, NY 1653-1873.  Covers Volumes I, II and III.  Produced by Rufus B. Langhans Huntington Town Historian, 1978, 118 pages
2.  Huntington town records : including Babylon, Long Island, N.Y.: Volumes I, II and III -  "Transcribed, compiled and published by authority and at the expense of the towns." Vol. 2 reprinted 1956, v.3 reprinted 1958, v.1 reprinted 1975. Originally published: 1887-1889.  Includes indexes.  v.1. 1653-1688 -- v.2. 1688-1775 -- v.3. 1776-1873, 1956-1975, c1887, 1940  pgs    
3.  VITAL Statistics - Marriages, Births and Deaths Town of Huntington (including Babylon) 1847-1849 100 pages    
4.  Huntington-Babylon town history, Huntington, N.Y. Romanah Sammis  Huntington Historical Society, 1937, 310  pgs. - Section one: Huntington-- Babylon Town ( general), Section two: The town spot of Huntington and north by harbors and necks to Long Island Sound, Section three: From the town spot of Huntington west to Huntington-- Oyster Bay Town Line, Section four: From the town spot of Huntington east by Long Island Sound and its harbors to Huntington--Smithtown Town Line, Section five: Across the Town of Huntington by the upland levels, Section six: Across the Town of Huntington by the inland hills and valleys, Section seven: The Town of Babylon        
5.  Silas Wood's sketch of the town of Huntington, L.I - : from its first settlement to the end of the American Revolution.  Authors:  Wood, Silas, 1769-1847. Pelletreau, William S. City of Publication:  New York Publisher: F.P. Harper Date: 1898 Original "Edition limited to 215 copies.         
6.  Records of the First church in Huntington, Long Island, 1723-1799 -Being the record kept by the Rev. Ebenezer Prime, the pastor during those years. Containing lists of members of the church, and of baptisms and of marriages, a confession of faith, accounts of trials of members, and various other matters pertaining to the affairs of the church, with full index of names by Huntington, N. Y. First church.          
7.  My grandmother's stories : (stories of Huntington, L.I. and vicinity during the Revolutionary War and after) -  Chadbourne, Harriet Walters, 1837-1907. Wood, Robert Franklin. City of Publication: Newark, N.J.,  1931  Primary Family Names:  Kelsey, Walter and Platt.  Allied Family Names:Walters, Valentine, Roscoe and Carl.

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