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Genealogy and History of WAYNE County New York
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11 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Military history of Wayne County, N.Y. : the county in the Civil War Sodus, N.Y.: Lewis H. Clark, Hulett & Gaylord, 1883,  Clark, Lewis H. 935  pgs. 
2.  Letters of administration : intestate records in the Surrogate's Office, Lyons, Wayne County, N.Y. New York, N.Y.,: Wiles, Harriet M., 1940, 65  pgs. 
3.  Rose neighborhood sketches : Wayne County, New York, with glimpses of the adjacent towns: Butler, Wolcott, Huron, Sodus, Lyons, and Savannah Worcester, Mass.,: Published by the author, 1893, Roe, Alfred S., 474  pgs. 
4.  The Zion Episcopal Church records of Palmyra, Wayne County, N.Y. : part I : lists of communicants, 1826-1850, baptisms, 1823-1850, deaths, a few New York, N.Y., 1935-1937, 88  pgs. 
5.  The First settlement and early history of Palmyra, Wayne County, N.Y. : embracing some incidents and anecdotes hitherto unpublished. Palmyra, N.Y.: 1958, 10  pgs.  
6.  History of the town of Marion, Wayne County, state of New York, 1795-1937 Marion, N.Y., 1937, Curtis, Vera. 32  pgs. 
7.  Old houses and churches of Wayne County, New York State : Wiles, Harriett M., 1938-1940, 156  pgs. 
8.  Cemetery records from the Willow Avenue Cemetery, Newark, Wayne County, New York, New York, N.Y.: H.M. Wiles, 145  pgs.
9.  Early Wayne County settlers and their Rhineland origins Lyons, N.Y.: Lyons Republican and Clyde Times, 1958,  Espenschied, Lloyd 28 pgs. 
10.  Abstracts of wills of Wayne County, N.Y. : Surrogate's Office, Lyons, N.Y. New York,:  Wiles, Harriet M., 83  pgs. 
11.  Palmyra, Wayne County, New York Rochester, N.Y.: Herald Press, 1907, 77  pgs. 

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