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Genealogy and History of YONKERS, New York

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11 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Inscriptions copied from gravestones in Yonkers, N.Y. : Oakland Cemetery Mount Vernon, N.Y.,Spies, Francis F, 1925, 143  pgs.
2.  Inscriptions from graveyards in Yonkers & Inwood, N.Y. Mount Vernon, N.Y. 1925, Spies, Francis F 34  pgs. 
3.  Inscriptions copied from the gravestones in St. John's Cemetery, Yonkers, N.Y. Mount Vernon, N.Y.,Spies, Francis F, 1925, 229  pgs.     
4.  1859 & 1860 Smith's YONKERS City Directory 
5.  Church and Sunday school work in Yonkers : its origin and progress New York: G.L. Shearer, c1889, Kirkwood, Agnes E. 527  pgs. 
6.  Corporate centennial anniversary, 1835-1935 : Asbury Centenary M.E. Church, Crestwood, Yonkers, New York, 1771-1935 : February 21, 1935. Yonkers, N.Y., abt 1935, 41  pgs. 
7.  Yonkers illustrated Yonkers, N.Y.: The Dept., abt 1903, 202  pgs. 
8.  Historic markers in city of Yonkers, 4  pgs. 
9.  story of the erection and dedication of the house of worship of the Warburton Avenue Baptist Church, Yonkers, N.Y. New York: T. Holman, printer, 1869, 55  pgs.
10.  Chronicles of Yonkers Yonkers, N.Y.: J.B.H., 1864, 23  pgs.   
11.  Philipse Manor Hall at Yonkers, N.Y. : the site, the building, and its occupants New York, N.Y.: American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society, abt 1912, Hall, Edward Hagaman,  266  pgs. 


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