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Genealogy and History of MADISON County New York
4124 Total Pages of Information

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CD Content
  9 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Our county and its people : a descriptive and biographical record of Madison County, New York Boston: Boston History Co., 1899, Smith, John E., 921  pgs. 
2.  Biographical review : this volume contains biographical sketches of the leading citizens of Madison County, New York. Boston: Biographical Review Pub. Co., 1894, 714  pgs.
3.  The Starkweather-Staples genealogy : of the Hamilton, Madison County, New York branches, and their California connections San Francisco, Calif.: R.P. Starkweather, 1926, Starkweather, R. P. 125  pgs. 
4.  Sullivan in history : interesting people and events contributing to the development of the township of Sullivan, Madison County, New York Chittenango, N.Y.: McHenry Press, 1939, Nichols, Claude A. 95  pgs. 
5.  Madison County today Oneida Castle, N.Y.: K.H. Lehman, 1943, 218  pgs. 
6.  The descendants of Thomas Buell : pioneer in Madison County, New York : a new experiment in consanguinity Portland, Or.: N.D. Buell, 1956, Curtis, Harlow Dunham, 348  pgs. 
7.  Ancestors and descendants of Robert Brown of Madison County, N.Y. : 1768-1850 Rochester, N.Y.: unknown, 1934, Brown, Leon R. 67  pgs. 
8.  History of Madison County, state of New York:  Syracuse, N.Y., Hammond, L. M., 1872, 781  pgs. 
9.  History of Chenango and Madison Counties, New York : with illustrations and biographical sketches of some to its prominent men and pioneers Syracuse, N.Y.: D. Mason & Co., 1880,  Smith, James H. 855  pgs.

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