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SOUTHOLD, Long Island Genealogy, Records and History
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6 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Whitaker's Southold : being a substantial reproduction of the History of Southold, L.I., its first century, Authors:  Epher Whitaker, Charles E. Craven, Princeton N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1931, 205  pgs. 
2.  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 pgs.
3.  Moore's Personal index prior to 1698, and index of 1698 - Town of Southold, Long Island -  New York: John Medole, Moore, Charles Benjamin 1868, about 145 pgs.
4.  Celebration of the 250th anniversary of the formation of the town and the church of Southold, L.I. : August 27, 1890. Southold N.Y.: Printed for the town, 1890, 220  pgs. 
5.  Southold And Its People in the Revolutionary Days -  By Wayland Jefferson Article Originally appearing in the L.I. TRAVELER, Southold, NY 1932
6.  Records of the Town of Southold, Suffolk County, New York - Two Volumes in pdf format - town records of Southold from about 1650 to the beginning of 1780. Most of the information is reproduced verbatim from Libers A, B, and C of the town records. The documents consist primarily of land grants by the town and deeds showing subsequent land transactions, but there is also a wide variety of other documents including a few wills, inventories and appraisals of estates, land divisions associated with estate settlements, depositions, petitions, and a few vital records. J. Wickham Case, 1884, 1055 pgs.

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