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301. Re: [NYGENESE] June 29-1847: Railroads [1]
I appreciate your effort to transcribe these newspaper articles! They may not contain any info on my relatives but certainly give a perspective as to the daily lives of those who lived in the general area and time as they did. You never know where the next small tidbit of useful information may come from! Thanks so much for your effort! Susan
302. [NYGENESE] Batavian school book 1936 1937 1938 [1]
I have recently obtained 3 school books 1936 1937 and 1938 I am willing to look for anyone to see if your relatives are in here and if they are I will scan them for you please email me privately __radical351@aol.com_ (mailto:_radical351@aol.com) (mailto:radical351@aol.com) Cheryl
303. Re: [NYGENESE] June 29-1847: Railroads [1]
Why would one sign up to a mailing list and complain about getting emails? Great job, Linda! thanks www.willett.org "Always go to other people's funerals, otherwise they won't come to yours." Yogi Berra ----- Original Message ---- From: Cathy Benedict To: nygenese@rootsweb.com Sent: Thursday, October 12, 2006 7:30:19 AM Subject: Re: [NYGENESE] June 29-1847: Railroads Perhaps PJS needs to unsubscribe from this list. I too enjoy learning about the area of my ancestors a
304. [NYGENESE] subscribing/ unsubscribing etc. [1]
When rootsweb changed the software used for the lists to "Mailman", there were some changes. 1. The "L" and "D" were dropped from the address...don't use them when subbing etc...they just bounce into never-land. 2. All bounces, spam, admin requests go back to mailman, the program then sends me notices [way too many for my liking!] that there are admin items to tend to. It's gotten so bad that I only check the program every week or so, and these are relatively small lists. Consider the size of Gen-NY
305. Re: [NYGENESE] June 29-1847: Railroads [1]
These are very interesting. Please don't stop. ----- Original Message ----- From: "PJS" To: Sent: Wednesday, October 11, 2006 11:27 PM Subject: Re: [NYGENESE] June 29-1847: Railroads > Stop sending all these emails out to this mailing list! > > -----Original Message----- > From: nygenese-bounces@rootsweb.com > [mailto:nygenese-bounces@rootsweb.com]On Behalf Of DonLinda > Sent: Tuesday, October 10, 2006 3:26 PM > To: nygenese@rootsweb.com > Subject: [NYGENESE] J
306. [NYGENESE] Jan 23-1864: 151st NY Capt McManis [1]
source: Spirit of the Times Batavia NY - January 23-1864 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt, 10.2006 Letter from Major Fay, A False Rumor Refuted Headquarters 151st N.Y.V. Camp Near Brandy Station, Va., January 13th, 1864 Mr. Editor - Dear Sir: - The rumors in extensive circulation in and around Batavia, that Capt. J.H. McManis of this Regiment, is in arrest, has been reduced to the ranks, &c., &c., are entirely without foundation. This officer is not
307. [NYGENESE] NEW Rootsweb MAILMAN - RE: Help Needed [1]
ALL of the lists have been change to another program named MAILMAN .. 1) ALL of your messages must be sent to the lists " OMITTING THE -L " OR " -D " 2) IF you are subbing or unsubbing use the " -request " as in GEN-NYS-request@rootsweb.com This lists name is now " nygenese@rootsweb.com " All of our messages are going to the list with the word " bounces" in them, it is ok! Donald your list name is now GEN-NYS@rootsweb.com Charles you got to the list with the correct email address " nygenese@rootswe
308. [NYGENESE] Aug 25-1863: Sgt Lynch [1]
source: The Republican Advocate, Batavia NY August 25-1863 submitted & transcribed by L.Schmidt A Soldier's Funeral. - On Wednesday last the remains of Sergeant Lynch, of the 100th N.Y.S. V., were interred in Batavia, having been brought from the hospital in New York, where he died on Sunday last from the effects of a wound in the left shoulder, received in the terrible assault on Fort Wagner, Morris Island, about a month ago. Deceased was an able soldier and much beloved in this regiment, and his deat
309. Re: [NYGENESE] Newspapers [1]
Marilynn re: Newspaper Research: What Linda is doing is very time consuming (Newspaper Research), but absolutely valuable especially in the era she is writing about. I am really enjoying her transcriptions too. To do your own for any State, locate on-line or at your local library, the newspapers of your area of interest and order in the filmed copies (if they were microfilmed) with regards to the date(s) you want. For under $4.00, the lending library or society will send the film and you can view it on a r
310. [NYGENESE] Sept 16-1862: 105th at Alexandria [1]
Republican Advocate - Batavia NY September 16-1862 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt The 105th at the Battle of the 30th of August. Correspondence of the New York Tribune. Alexandria, Aug. 5. [submitter's note: it appears that some error must have taken place in printing this article, as the two above dates: August 30/August 5, do not co-incide. L.S.] I learn the following interesting particulars of the commencement of the battle of Saturday: About 10 o'clock in the mor
311. [NYGENESE] March 24-1826: The Canal Routes [1]
Republican Advocate - Batavia NY March 24-1826 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt, 10.2006 The Canal Routes. - On the 6th inst. the Canal Commissioners submitted to the legislature, the results of the surveys, and examinations, made by their direction, of the most eligable routes for canal communications, agreeable to the law of the last session. They consist of the reports of Messrs. Geddes, Roberts, Thomas, Hutchinson, Young, Whippo and Sargent, the engineers employed in the survey of the seve
312. [NYGENESE] January 23-1864: John C. Jackson, alias John Langdon [1]
Readers, FYI: yesterday I posted an article, concerning a man of the 11th Michigan Artillery who had escaped from the local jail [in Batavia NY] - today I'm submitting an article about the same man/same incident - with a bit of a different info, from another local newspaper of the same town. ***also: below today's article, I am enclosing the article sent in yesterday, in case someone didn't receive it and wanted to read it.*** ------------------------------ source: Spirit of the Times - Batavia NY January
313. [NYGENESE] March 24-1826: Deaths [1]
Republican Advocate - Batavia NY March 24-1826 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt, 10.2006 DIED. In Le Roy, on Tuesday last, Miss Lydia Loring, aged 22. In Washington, the Hon. Christopher Rankin, a Representative in Congress from Mississippi. *
314. [NYGENESE] Oct 14-1862: Sanitary commission [1]
source: Republican Advocate - Batavia NY October 14-1862 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt Apples for the Hospitals. Central Office, Sanitary Commission, Washington, Oct 2d, 1863. The inquiry being frequently made whether the Commission wishes to receive apples for the use of the wounded, it should immediately be published, as widely as possible, that dried apples cannot be sent to its depots in too large quantities. Town and village relief societies are requested to make
315. Re: [NYGENESE] Oct 14-1862: Sanitary commission [1]
Hi, Just a quick question. How do I go about getting my genweb emals in a digest, instead of individually?? Thanks, Bob Hutton/Clayton,DE
316. [NYGENESE] Feb 20-1864: 151st Regmt. [1]
source: Spirit of the Time - Batavia NY February 20-1864 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt New York, Feb. 18. - It is understood that on the 22d of February Mr. Lincoln will issue a proclamation of universal emancipation, including the border States. * From the Army of the Potomac. Camp 151st Regiment, N.Y. Vols., Camp Near Brandy Station, Virginia, February 8th, 1864. Ed. Times: - We have just been through one of those very unpleasant experiences
317. Re: [NYGENESE] Linda's newsies [1]
Amen to that, Cindy!! Linda has been a big help to many people with her newsies. And, she doesn't forget a name someone's searching for, even when she has a computer crash and loses their email address. Three cheers for Linda!!! Sally Bailey > [Original Message] > From: Cindy Amrhein > To: > Date: 10/12/2006 9:03:57 AM > Subject: Re: [NYGENESE] Linda's newsies > > I second, third, and forth these comments! > > I love Linda's newsies, especially
318. [NYGENESE] May 19-1863: "Stonewall" Jackson [1]
source: Republican Advocate - Batavia NY May 19-1863 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt, 10.2006 The Wounds of Stonewall Jackson. The following is from the 'Richmond Enquirer' of the 7th instant: "Our victory on the Rappahannock has cost us dear in the severe wounds unfortunately received by the great and good General Jackson. - His left arm has been amputated above the elbow, a bullet has passed through his right hand. His condition is now, we learn, as favorable as could be expecte
319. [NYGENESE] May 19-1863: Col. Upton, 121st [1]
source: Republican Advocate - Batavia NY May 19-1863 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt Col. Upton. - We are not at all surprised to see the gallant leader of the 121st N.Y. Volunteers, Col. Upton, is well spoken of, in connection with the bloody battles for the possession of the Heights near Fredericksburg. His bravery on former battle-fields had already been too well established for us to question his doing every thing which lay in his power, and which a brave man could do. His regiment b
320. [NYGENESE] Aug 25-1863: James B Pomeroy [1]
source: The Republican Advocate, Batavia NY August 25-1863 submitted & transcribed by L.Schmidt Death of James Bolles Pomeroy. James B. Pomeroy, Son of Heman Pomeroy, of this village, died on the 12th of Aug. 1863, in the Army Hospital, near Culpepper, in Va. He was 23 years and six months old, and was a Sergeant in company C of the 151st Regiment of N.Y. Volunteers, James H. McManis being Captain of the same company. Mr. Pomeroy had been unwell since the 25th of July last, but kept with his company
321. [NYGENESE] September 16-1862: Hascall [1]
source: Republican Advocate - Batavia NY September 16-1862 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt, 10.2006 Death of a Soldier. - Charles Morris Hascall, 17th Michigan Infantry, son of Hon. A.P. Hascall of Leroy, died of fever at the Hospital in Washington, D.C., on Friday, September 5th - aged twenty-three years. *
322. Re: [NYGENESE] June 29-1847: Railroads [1]
Stop sending all these emails out to this mailing list! -----Original Message----- From: nygenese-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:nygenese-bounces@rootsweb.com]On Behalf Of DonLinda Sent: Tuesday, October 10, 2006 3:26 PM To: nygenese@rootsweb.com Subject: [NYGENESE] June 29-1847: Railroads source: Spirit of the Times ~ Batavia NY June 29-1847 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt Railroad Business. Over fifty thousand quarts of milk are daily brought down the N.Y. and Erie Railroad, giving the road a
323. [NYGENESE] Aug 11-1863: 105th at Battles of Gettysburg [1]
source: Republican Advocate ~ Batavia NY August 11-1863 transcribed & submitted by L.Schmidt The Battles of Gettysburg. We publish, at the request of his friends, the following extracts from an excellent letter written by a young man from Bethany, a member of the 105th, who took part in the terrible and bloody battles of Gettysburg: Dear Father: We are now back upon the sacred soil of Virginia, having been in three different States since the 16th of last month. The rebels have got enough of fighting
324. Re: [NYGENESE] Oct 14-1862: Capt Root, 12th NY [1]
Could you please tell me why I cannotmake or reveive e-mails from gen-nys-rootsweb.com. I have been a subscriber for years. I have unsubscribed and then resubscribed, My e-mails get failed notices. Can You advise me. I am receiving yours. Donald St. Louis, MO --- DonLinda wrote: > source: Republican Advocate - Batavia NY > October 14-1862 > > transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt > > Written for the Advocate: > > Lines > Respectfully inscribed to Major A.I. R
325. [NYGENESE] Newspapers [1]
Hi Linda, do you keep a list of names in those newspapers or are you puttting a book together?? If you find a Vail obit (Daniel or Mary/Polly) in those papers I am interested. Better yet, who can I contact to do a newspaper search for me?? Marilynn

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