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Genealogy and History of Long Island, New York
NINE Classic Long Island History Reference Text in Searchable pdf format
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CD Contents
Contains all NINE Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1. History of Long Island by Benjamin Thompson - 3rd ed. with additions, including a biography of the author by Charles J. Werner. NY: Robert H. Dodd, 1918. ALL Three Volumes

2. A History of Long Island by Peter Ross - A History of Long Island from its earliest settlement to the present time, originally published in New York, 1902 ALL Three Volumes
3. Refugees of 1776 From Long Island to Connecticut - 1205 pages by Frederic G. Mather, published in Albany, New York, 1913 - Following the Battle of Long Island (August 27, 1776), more than 5,000 refugees fled Long Island and New York City for the security of Connecticut. The account of their flight and subsequent adventures, their biographies and genealogies, and the history of New York in the Revolution form the main subject of this giant work. Its 1,204 closely documented pages, 886 illustrations, and 20,000-name index furnish the historian with exhaustive and fascinating reference material. Contrary to some popularly held opinions, the refugees were not Tories; many of them saw service with the militia and the Continental Army, and their service records are included in the text along with a complete list of the Long Island Militia and the Long Island census for 1776.
4. A history of Long Island : from its first settlement by Europeans, to the year 1845, with special reference to its ecclesiastical concerns New York: R. Carter, Prime, Nathaniel S., 1845, 444 pgs.
5. Long Island : its early days and development Brooklyn, N.Y.: Brooklyn Daily Eagle, c1914, Armbruster, Eugene L., 100 pgs.

6. Early Long Island - a colonial study New York: Putnam, 1896, Flint, Martha Bockée, 561 pgs


7. Historic Long Island New York: Berkeley Press, 1902, Wilson, Rufus Rockwell, 363 pgs.


8. Colonial families of Long Island, New York and Connecticut - being the ancestry and kindred of Herbert Furman Seversmith, 1904 Volumes 1 - 5 -2581 pgs.
9. The Salmon records - a private register of marriages and deaths of the residents of the town of Southold, Suffolk County, N.Y., and of persons more or less closely associated with that place : 1696-1811 Authors: William Salmon, William A. Robbins, City of Publication: New York Publisher: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society Date: 1918, 115 p.

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Sections include:
Volume One: Seversmith--Smith, Ackerly--Akerly, Adams, Descended of Jeremy Adams of Hartford, Connecticut, Adams. Descended of William Adams of Ipswich, Massachusetts first and second lines, Allerton, Armitage. First and second lines, Baldwin. Descended of George Baldwin or Hempstead, New York. First line, Baldwin. Decended of George Baldwin of Hempstead, New York. Second line, Baldwin. Descended of Richard Baldwin of Dundridge, Buckinghamshire. First and second lines, Barker, Barnes, Batchelder, Bayley. First, second, third, fourth and fifth lines, Bergen, Blatchley-Blachly. First line, Blatchley-Blachly. Second line, Bogaert, Brass, Brewster, Brill. First and second lines, Brush, Bryan. First line, Bryan. Second line, Burnham, Burrowes

Volume Two: Bushnell, Carpenter. First and second lines, Champion. First and second lines, Cogan, Colfs-Colver. First and second lines, Colyer, Cooper. First and second lines, Corey, Cornish. First and second lines, Cromwell. First and second lines, Cuvellier-Cuvilje. First and second lines, Davis. First and second lines, Dayton, Denyse, De Witt, Dodd. First and second lines, Ellison. First and second lines, Fleet, Fordham. First line, Fordham. Second line, Supplemental information volumes 1 & 2

Volume Three: Contents. Volumes one, two and three, Supplemental information. Volumes 1 & 2, Furman, Gaines, Gildersleeve. First and second lines, Goldhatch, Greenhill, Grombridge, Haff, Hall, Halsey, Halstead, Harcourt. First, third, fifth, seventh and ninth lines, Harcourt. Second, fourth, sixth, eighth and tenth lines, Hasenbroeck. First and second lines, Haviland, Hicks, Hills, Hopkins, Horsford, Howell First line, Supplemental information Volumes 1, 2 & 3

Volume Four: Hulse, Jarvis, Judd, Kellum, Kent, Ketcham, Ketcham, Ketcham, Koeck - Kouk, Krankhuyt - Cronkhite, Langdon. First and second lines, Leeke - Leek, Lewis. Descended of John Lewis of Westerly, Rhode Island. First and second lines, Lewis. Descended of William Lewis of Hartford and Farmington, Conn., Long, Losee. First line, Losee. Second line, Ludlam. First and second lines, Supplemental information

Volume Five: Index of ancestors, The Patrilineal ancestry of Roger Ludlow, Ludlow, Other families ancestral to George Ludlow (E). Grandfather of Roger Ludlow, Rymer, Warmwell, Ryngewode, Bayford, De Breamore, L' Engleys, Feteplace, Bulstrode and Chopynden, Norreys, More - Moore, The Patrilineal ancestry of Edith (Wyndsor) Ludlow (E). Paternal grandmother of Roger Ludlow, Windsor (Wyndesore), Other families ancestral to Andrews Wyndsor, Baron Windsor. Great grandfather of Roger Ludlow, Stapleton, Wath, Basset, Lascelles, Ottringham, Moleyns, De La Sale, Streche, Reed, Crispyn, Arundel, Rennes, Say of Somerset, Le Waleys, Champflour, Wymondham, Staundon, Drewe, Faulkner, Greene, Sancto Ivone (Saint Ive), Andrews of Andrew, Weyland, Burnaville, Stratton, Luttrell, Paynel, Surdeval, Fossard, Fitz William, Ralegh, Courtenay, Courcy, Avranches, Meules, Dol, Reviers, Peverel, Beaumont De Meulan, Meulan, Vexin, Friuli, Crepi De Vermandois, Vermandois, Lorraine, Valois, Nanteuil-Le-Hardouin, Bar-Sur-Aube & Vitry, Montfort, Evreux, Dunstanville.