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Genealogy and History of the Family MOTT
A Classic Long Island Resource!!   539 Pages of Valuable family Research Information

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CD Contents
  
3 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Adam and Anne Mott, -  their ancestors and their descendants, Thomas Clapp Cornell, 1890, 468  pgs
Book Contents
Chapter I. Adam Mott
Chapter II. Anne Mott
Chapter III. Marriage and settlement in the mill house at Cowbay
Chapter IV. At Premium Point.--1803-1811
Chapter V. At Nine Partners
Chapter VI. Return to Premium Point 
ChapterVII. In Lombardy Street
Chapter VIII. In Vandewater Street
Chapter IX. In Market Street
Chapter X. Rochester before 1830 
Chapter XI. The separation in the Society of Friends
Chapter XII. Suffolk Street
Chapter XIII. Rochester after 1830 
Chapter XIV. The last twelve years of Anne Mott's life 
Ancestry of Adam and Anne Mott. 
Chapter XV. The Mott ancestry
Chapter XVI. The Coddington ancestry 
Chapter XVII. Captain Thomas Willett, the first Mayor of New York
Chapter XVIII. The Carpenter ancestry
Chapter XIX. The Underhill ancestry
Chapter XX. The Willis ancestry
Chapter XXI. The Titus ancestry
Chapter XXII. The Seaman ancestry
Chapter XXIII. The Richbell ancestry
Descendants of Adam and Anne Mott. 
Chapter XXIV Appendix
2.  The descendants of Adam Mott of Hempstead, Long Island, N.Y. : a genealogical study New York: Harris, Edward Doubleday, 189-?, 8  pgs.
                   
3.  James Mott of Dutchess County, N.Y. and his descendants New York: Press of Tobias A. Wright, 1912, Harris, Edward Doubleday, 63  pgs.
                   
AND ON THE SAME CD:
The complete Surname file of Long Island Genealogy containing 3849 individuals, in 1376 family groups.. -  literally THOUSANDS of family group sheets plus the GEDCOM file that made it containing all notes and sources:

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