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Genealogy and History of QUEENS County, New York
Also contains records of Newtown and early Oyster Bay, NY
2235 Pages of Information

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10 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1. Documents and letters intended to illustrate the revolutionary incidents of Queens County : with connecting narratives, explanatory notes, and additions New York: Leavitt, Trow and Co., 1846, Onderdonk, Henry, 263 pgs.
2. Bethpage and Farmingdale, town of Oyster Bay, Queens County, now Nassau County, Long Island, New York : three cemeteries, 1832-1898 Brooklyn, N.Y.,: unknown, 1918, Eardeley, William Applebie, 49 pgs.
3. Cemeteries in Kings and Queens Counties, Long Island, New York : 1753-1913, 1914, Eardeley, William Applebie, 61 pgs.
4. The annals of Newtown in Queens County, New York : containing its history from its first settlement, together with many interesting facts concerning the adjacent towns : also, a particular account of numerous Long Island families now spread over this and various other states of the Union New York: D. Fanshaw, 1852, Riker, James, 441 pgs.
5. Springfield, Jamaica, Queens County, Long Island, New York Cemetery : 1735 or 1760 to 1909 Brooklyn, N.Y.,: Eardeley, William Applebie,, 1912, 111 pgs.
6. Marriage records, Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York : register of marriages performed by the Rev. Marmaduke Earle, 1793-1855 : at Stamford, Connecticut, 1793-1801, at Oyster Bay Long Island, 1802-1855, at New York City, in 1811 New York,: Gritman, Charles T., 1926, 54 pgs.
7. Oyster Bay in history : a sketch Oyster Bay, N.Y.Irvin, Frances, 205 pgs.
8. Leverich Family Burial Ground - Queens County, NY - The Leverich Family Burial Ground was situated on Trains Meadow Road, in the Trains Meadow section of Newtown, in the 17th-19th centuries, across the road from the family homestead, which burned down in 1909 (contemporary location 35th Road at Leverich Street). This historic site is now over 300 years old.
9. Town minutes of Newtown - Newtown (Queens County, N.Y.) Historical Records Survey. City of Publication: New York Publisher: Historical Records Survey Date: 1940-1941, 952 pages.
10. History of the First Presbyterian Church : Newtown, L.I., 1652-1902. Author: William H. Hendrickson, . City of Publication: New York Publisher: Date: 1902, 95 pages

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