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WASHINGTON County, New York Genealogical and Historical Information
FIVE Complete Text 1550 Pages of Research Data

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5 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Gazetteer of the county of Washington, N.Y. : comprising a correct statistical and miscellaneous history of the county and several towns, from their organization to the present time Schuylerville, N.Y.: Corey, Allen., 1849-1850, 253  pgs. 
2.  They were here too : genealogies of the owners of the inn at Easton Corners and related families of southern Washington County and environs, state of New York Greenwich, N.Y. Washington County Historical Society, Welling, Jane Betsey, 1963-1971, 680  pgs.
Book Contents.
Vol. I. Owners and innkeepers--The central house                   
Vol. I. Chapter I. Pioneering the wilderness frontier around Easton, Southern Washington County           
Vol. I. Chapter II. The Nantucket Island friends           
Vol. I. Chapter III. 1799-1839; Cornell, Marshall, Abeel and Norton take over the inn           
Vol. I. Chapter IV. Norton, Abeel, Sarle, Pierce and related families           
Vol. I. Chapter V. The old Inn begins to thrive again, 1841           
Vol. I Chapter VI-A. Becker origins from Peter to Jan from Holland, 1635-1768...       
VOl. II. The Becker wives           
Vol. II. Chapter VI-B. The Holland Dutch Van Buren's Van Schaick's and De Ridder's of the Easton River Road...           
Vol. II. Chapter VII. 1845-51: Lewis D. Taber takes over the Inn           
Vol. II. Chapter VIII. Taber, Slocum, Cornell, Briggs and related Quaker families; also the Stover Family     
Vol. III. Chapter IX. 1851-56, Haviland Gifford--More Quakers at the Inn           
Vol. III. Chapter XA. Gifford ancestry and origins           
Vol. III. Chapter XB. Gifford wives, husbands and family histories           
Vol. III. Chapter XI. 1856-57, Batty and Hoag buy the inn property           
Vol. III. Chapter XII. The Hoags of South Easton--Two branches           
Vol. III. Chapter XIII. Adley J. Sherman buys the inn, 1867-1870           
Vol. III. Chapter XIV. Sherman and related families of Easton and Greenwich  
                   
3.  History of Washington County, N.Y. : the Gibson papers, Gibson, James: Washington County Historical Society, 1954-1956, 310  pgs. 
Book Contents
Number 1. The Sherman Family           
Number 1. The Tyrell Family           
Number 1. The family of Smith           
Number 1. The Fowler Family           
Number 1. Carswell Family           
Number 1. The Tomb Family           
Number 1. The Doty Family           
Number 1. The Turner Family           
Number 1. The McCraken Family           
Number 1. The McCrea Family           
Number 1. The Atwood Family           
Number 1. The McKillop Family                 
Number 2. The McCleary Family           
Number 2. The Dodd Family           
Number 2. The Abraham Turner Family           
Number 2. The Merriam Family of Salem           
Number 2. The Morey Family of Salem           
Number 2. The McClaughry Family           
Number 2. Graves and graveyards  
4.  Index of wills of Washington County, N.Y. : from 1825-1850 : wills filed at Salem, Washington Co., N.Y. Gertrude A. Barber, 1937, 29  pgs
5.  Abstracts of wills of Washington County, New York, 1937, Gertrude A. Barber, 278  pgs. 

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