SOUTHAMPTON TOWN, Long Island, NY Records Collection
6 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
The book of records of the town of Southampton : BOOKS 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5
- 1st book, 1639-1660 -- 2nd book, 1660-1717 -- 3rd book, 1717-1807 -- 4th
book, 1809-1870 -- 5th book comprising Ancient Loose Documents
as well as Abstracts of the Red Book of Deeds, AUTHORS: Southampton, Henry
PHedges, William S. Pelletreau, Edward H. Foster, including all the writings
in the town clerk's office from 1639 to 1660: with other ancient documents
of historic value, Sag Harbor, N.Y.: J.H. Hunt, book and job printer, 1740
pages reproduction of the original on CD. Contains: Town Records, Birth
|3. The sixth
volume of record of Southampton, L.I., N.Y. : being abstracts of vol.
II of deeds in town clerk's office : with additional unrecorded deeds : with
indexes of names and localities Sag Harbor N.Y.: J.H. Hunt, printer, 1915,
The Early History of Southampton, Long Island, New York with Genealogies
by George Rogers Howell, M.A. (Yale University),
2nd ed., pub. 1887 Southampton, Long Island, New York was first settled in
mid-1640 by a group from Lynn, Massachusetts. This work provides a history
of the early development of the community with emphasis on the period prior
to the American Revolution. The genealogies are alphabetically arranged and
provide a wealth of data on hundreds of families.
1- Early discoveries
2- Early History - Accounts of the Early Settlers 3- The Settlement of Southampton
and the Settlers. - List of Inhabitants in 1649, 1657, 1683 and 1698. 4-
Character of the Settlers. 5- Union with CT and NY 6- Revolutionary War 7-
Civil Government. 8- Early Church
9- Residences of Settlers 10- Indian Relations.
Purchase of their Lands. 11- Early Customs. Burying Grounds. 12- Births,
Marriages and Deaths 13- Genealogies APPENDIX - Documents pertaining to the
history of the town.
Surnames of genealogies:
Bowlen Burnett Butler, Chatfield Clark Cook Cooper Corwith Culver, Deming
Dimon, Edwards Ellsworth, Fanning Fithian Fordham Foster Fournier Fowler,
Gelston Goodall Green Halsey Hand Harris Haynes/Haines Hedges Herrick Hildreth
Howell HunttingJagger Jennings Jessup Johnes/JonesLudlow Lupton Mccorkell
Mackie Marshall Mitchell Parker Parsons Pelletreau Pierson Post Proud Raynor
Reeves Reeve Rhodes Rogers Rose Sanford Sayre Scott Seymour Squires Stanbrough
Stephens Talmage Terbell Topping Whitaker White Wick Willman Woodruff Woolley
History of the town of Southampton: (east of Canoe Place) Author: James
Truslow Adams, Bridgehampton, N.Y.: Hampton Press, 1918, Includes bibliographical
references and index. 536 pgs.
Early map of
Long Island Chapter I. Land, geological history, climate, animals, etc.
Chapter II. The Indians Chapter III. The coming of the English Chapter IV.
Growth and expansion to 1700 Chapter V. Government and social life Chapter
VI. Pirates and other 18th century matters Chapter VII. Early commerce
and the founding of Sag Habor Chapter VIII. The revolution Chapter IX.
The War of 1812 Chapter X. Early nineteenth century Chapter XI. Growth
and decline of the whaling industry Chapter XII. Conclusion Appendices
delivered at the celebration of the 250th anniversary of the village and town
of Southampton, June 12th, 1890 Sag-Harbor, N.Y.: J.H. Hunt, 1890, 108
of the two hundred and seventy-fifth anniversary of the founding of the town
of Southampton N.Y. : Southampton, the first English settlement in the
state of New York : June 12, 1915. Sag Harbor, N.Y.: J.H. Hunt, 1915, 130
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