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Genealogy and History SULLIVAN County, New York
31 Full Text Documents - 1526 Pages

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31 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Death notices copied from the "Cooperstown federalist" : from 1808-1809 ; Death notices copied from "Watch tower" : from 1828-1831, deaths pp. 1-11 ; Marriage notices copied from "Cooperstown federalist" : from 1808-1812 ; Marriage notices copied from "Watch tower" : from 1828-1831, marriages pp. 12-26, Gertrude A. Barber, 1933, 27  pgs.
                                
2.  Graveyard inscriptions of Old Bethel Cemetery, New Cemetery, Bethel, Hurd Settlement Cemetery, Hurd Settlement, Swan Lake, formerly known as Stevensville Cemetery, Cemetery on White Lake Road, Brookside Cemetery, Harris, formerly known as Strongtown, all located in Sullivan County, New York Gertrude A. Barber, 1930, 55  pgs.
                                
3.  Gravestone inscriptions of Bridgeville Cemetery, Bridgeville, Old Fulton or Fraser Cemetery, Ferndale, Old Fallsburg (Palen's) Cemetery, Fallsburg, all located in Sullivan County-New York Gertrude A. Barber, 1929, 54  pgs.
                                
4.  Graveyard inscriptions of Callicoon Centre Cemetery, Callicoon Centre, Rock Ridge Cemetery, Thompson, Old Youngsville Cemetery, Youngsville, all located in Sullivan County, New York Gertrude A. Barber,  1930, 65  pgs.
                                
5.  Gravestone inscriptions of Grahamsville Reformed Dutch Church, Grahamsville, N.Y. ... Westfield Flats Cemetery, Roscoe, N.Y. ... Roscoe Cemetery, Roscoe, N.Y. ... Riverview Cemetery, Roscoe, N.Y., Van Keuren Cemetery, Monticello, N.Y. ... West Brookville Cemetery, West Brookville, N.Y. ... all located in Sullivan County, N.Y.Gertrude A. Barber, 1934, 92  pgs.
                                
6.  Graveyard inscriptions of New Vernon Cemetery, also known as Old Baptist School Cemetery, New Vernon, Luther Cemetery, Jeffersonville, Presbyterian Cemetery, Jeffersonville, Methodist Church Cemetery, Jeffersonville, Woodbourne Cemetery, Woodbourne, all located in Sullivan County, New York, Gertrude A. Barber,  1930, 66  pgs.
                                
7.  Gravestone inscriptions of Liberty Town Cemetery (old section) Liberty, Old Moulthrop Cemetery, Kenoza Lake, formerly known as Pike Pond, located in Sullivan County, New York, Gertrude A. Barber,  1930, 66  pgs.
                                
8.  Graveyard inscriptions of Baptist Church Cemetery, Parksville, Youngsville Cemetery, Youngsville, White Sulphur Springs Cemetery, Methodist Cemetery, Livingston Manor, Presbyterian Cemetery, Livingston Manor, Poplar Grove Cemetery, Philipsport [sic] all located in Sullivan County, New York, Gertrude A. Barber, 1930, 61  pgs.
                                
9.  Gravestone inscriptions of Gonsalus Farm Cemetery, Wurtsboro, N.Y., Sylvan Cemetery, Wurtsboro, N.Y., Forestburg Cemetery, Forestburg, N.Y., Fosterdale Cemetery, Fosterdale, N.Y., Old St. John's Cemetery, Monticello, N.Y., Kiersted, Swan, Union Cemeteries, Mongaup Valley, N.Y., all located in Sullivan County Gertrude A. Barber, 1930, 63  pgs.
                                
10.  Gravestone inscriptions, Stanton or Centennial Cemetery, of Wurtsboro of Sullivan County-New York Gertrude A. Barber, 1929, 37  pgs.
                                
11.  Index of wills of Sullivan County, New York : this index includes the records of all wills admitted to probate from April, 1876, to the date of the fire, August 10, 1909 : being Liber of Wills 8 to 16, inclusive : also the wills recorded pursuant to Chapter 219 of the Laws of 1910 in Book of Wills number one : will records one to seven, inclusive, were burned on August 10, 1909 1910, Gertrude A. Barber, 68  pgs.
                                
12.  Index to proceedings in administration of interstates [sic] estates : 1811-1909, A-K : Sullivan County, New York Courts, Surrogate Court, Monticello, New York Gertrude A. Barbe, 55  pgs.
                                
13.  Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Grahamsville, Sullivan County, N.Y. Gertrude A. Barber, 1929, 40  pgs.
                                
14.  Records of the White Lake Presbyterian Church of Bethel, Sullivan County, New York Gertrude A. Barber, 1929, 76  pgs.
                                
15.  Records of the Methodist Episcopal Church : Monticello, Sullivan County, New York Gertrude A. Barber, 1929, 89  pgs.
                                
16.  Records of the Reformed Dutch Church, Woodbourne, Sullivan County, New York Gertrude A. Barber, 1930, 34  pgs.
                                
17.  Records of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Bloomingburgh, Sullivan County, N.Y. Gertrude A. Barber, 1930, 76  pgs.
                                
18.  Record of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Half Way Brook Village, Sullivan County, N.Y., now known as Pond Eddy, N.Y. Gertrude A. Barber, 1931, 35  pgs.
                                
19.  Records of Consistory of the Union Tabernacle Reformed Church, Unionville, Sullivan County, N.Y. Gertrude A. Barber, 1929, 8  pgs
                                
20.  Records of the Free Methodist Church, Ferndale, Sullivan County, N.Y. Gertrude A. Barber,  1929, 5  pgs
                                
21.  Records of the Baptist Church at Parksville and Liberty, N.Y., Sullivan County, N.Y.Gertrude A. Barber, 1930, 13  pgs.
                                
22.  Records of the Methodist Episcopal Church at Swan Lake, Sullivan County, N.Y., White Sulphur Springs, Sullivan County, N.Y., Harris, Sullivan County, N.Y. : (the town of Stevensville is now Swan Lake, " " is now Harris) : records are in the possession of Rev. A. Bernard Eaton, Swan Lake, N.Y. : volume two Gertrude A. Barber, 1929, 54  pgs.
                                
23.  Methodist Episcopal Church records : charges, Fallsburgh, New York, South Fallsburgh, New York, Neversink, New York, Hurleyville, New York, all in Sullivan County, New York Gertrude A. Barber,  1929, 23  pgs.
                                
24.  Record of Bridgeville Circuit, which includes Glen Wild, Rockhill and Bridgeville, N.Y., Sullivan Co., N.Y., Methodist Episcopal Church Gertrude A. Barber,  1929, 44  pgs.
                                
25.  Records of the Associated Reformed Church of Mongaup Valley, Sullivan County, New York Gertrude A. Barber,  1929, 69  pgs.
                                
26.  Records of the Presbyterian Church of Cochecton, Sullivan County, New York, Gertrude A. Barber, 1929, 65  pgs.
                                
27.  Records of the Dutch Reformed Congregation of Mamakating : later known as the Dutch Reformed Church of Wurtsboro (Rome), Sullivan County, New York, Gertrude A. Barber, 1931, 92  pgs.
                                
28.  Record of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Barryville, N.Y. (Sullivan County) Gertrude A. Barber, 1931, 52  pgs.
                                
29.  Records of the Barryville Congregational Church of Barryville, Sullivan County, New York Gertrude A. Barber, 1929, 19  pgs.
                                
30.  Records of the First Presbyterian Church, Lake Huntington, Sullivan County, N.Y. : records in the possession of Elder Henry Nordhausen, Lake Huntington, N.Y. : present minister, Rev. A.G. Lewis, also minister at Cochecton Gertrude A. Barber, 1929, 8  pgs.
                                
31.  Records of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Rock Hill, Sullivan County, N.Y. Gertrude A. Barber, 1929, 12  pgs

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