and History of KINGS COUNTY, NY
Also covers early history and Families
of Bushwick, Flatbush, Brooklyn NY
Over 5000 Pages of Information!!!
12 Complete Searchable Publications on
of wills probated in Kings County, New York : from January 1, 1850 to December
31, 1890 Gertrude A. Barber, 1949, 336 pgs.
civil, political, professional and ecclesiastical history and commercial
and industrial record of the county of Kings and the city of Brooklyn,
N.Y. : from 1683 to 1884 New York: Munsell, Stiles, Henry Reed,
c1884, 1801 pgs.
history of the town of Flatbush in Kings County, Long-Island New York:
T.R. Mercein, Jr., Strong, Thomas M., 1842, 182 pgs.
settlers of Bushwick, Long Island, New York and their descendants:
Darien, Conn.: Provost, Andrew J. , 1949-1963,Vols 1-4, 624
history of the city of Brooklyn and Kings County Brooklyn: Published
by subscription, 1894, Ostrander, Stephen M. 612 pgs.
in Kings and Queens Counties, Long Island, New York : 1753-1913, 1914,
Eardeley, William Applebie, 61 pgs.
of old Flatbush, Snyder, John J., Brooklyn, New York: unknown, 1945,
Reformed Cemetery, Flatbush, Kings County, New York : 1754 per 1913
Eardeley, William Applebie, 1913, 39 pgs.
geographical and historical, relating to the town of Brooklyn in Kings
County on Long-Island Brooklyn: Printed by A. Spooner, 1824, Furman,
Gabriel, 157 pgs.
homesteads of Kings County Brooklyn, N.Y.: The compiler, 1909, Ditmas,
Charles Andrew, 120 pgs.
or, The first white settlement on Long Island Flatbush, Canarsie, Brooklyn,
Kings: - "With maps and illustrations." Includes bibliographical references
and index, New York: Putnam's 1924, Van Wyck, Frederick, 947
vital statistics other than death and marriage notices taken from the "Brooklyn
Eagle" Gertrude A. Barber, 1963, 229 pgs.
one: Miscellaneous vital statistics other than death and marriage notices
taken from the "Brooklyn Eagle" from Dec. 6, 1841 to Dec. 23, 1843
two: Miscellaneous vital statistics other than death and marriage notices,
taken from the Brooklyn Eagle from January 2, 1844 to Seprember 11, 1846
The above Index
is a bit Vague - the following two pages taken from the text are representative
news articles of local interest - murders, deaths, shipwrecks, accidents
very interesting bits of local news not found anywhere else!!
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