Records of the Township of OYSTER BAY Long
Island, New York 1653 - 1878
PLUS - Marriage,
Baptismal and Church Records
Searchable pdf Format - Each Volume
is contained within a separate pdf File
Contains all 4 as
|1. Oyster Bay Town Records Volumes 1 Through
8. (1653 - 1878). New York: Tobias A. Wright, 1916. First
Edition. Complete eight volume Set!!
I 1653-1690: of the First Purchase Deed 1653 and reverse of
and white folding map of Oyster Bay Township at end of the vol, "With
an Appendix Containing an Historical Sketch by George W. Cocks and
various important documents. Published by Order of the Town by
Frederick E. Willits Daniel Underhill Edward T. Payne Committee
Compared, Annotated and Indexed by John Cox, Jr."
Volume II 1691-1704,
Volume III 1704-1720,
Volume IV 1721-1732,
Volume V 1733-1749,
VI 1750-1763 "with...The Jackson Patent and other matters,"
1764-1795 (Also some items as late as 1820),
Volume VIII 1795-1878 "with...Civil War Soldiers, and other
matters"; includes the general
records of the Town from the first record extant down to the end of the
Colonial custom of holding the annual "Town Meeting" as one general
gathering of the voting inhabitants of the Town to elect its officers
and transact its business...included...the records of the subdivisions
of the Robert Williams purchase of the "Plains" and of the Bethpage
Purchase, the Musketa Cove Proprietor's book and other ancient deeds
and records concerning lands in the Town and its public affairs not
otherwise conveniently available for examination.
Also Contains - A Map
of Oyster Bay Township, 1906 - This map is reproduced from a
of Nassau County, 1906 by E. Belcher Hyde - It shows some property
lines and owners,
the accuracy of which is not guaranteed by the publishers of the town
records. Some early names and localities, a few homes os Settlers and
other matters of interest have been added, approximately correct.
Prepared with the advice and assistance of George W. Cocks by John Cox,
- 129 pages plus Index
Biographical Society, 1912 A
Documentary History the Dutch Congregation of
Oyster Bay, Henry Augustus
Stoutenburgh, 1842-1919, 1900.
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