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351. [NYGENESE] January 19-1864: County Court [1]
source: Republican Advocate - Batavia NY January 19-1864 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt, 10.2006 County Court and Court of Sessions. Held at the Court House in the village of Batavia on the 12th day of January, 1864. Present - Hon. Moses Taggart, County Judge; H. Stilwell, and W. Barnett, Sessions Justices; L.J. Gillett, Deputy Clerk; P.Upton, Sheriff. Constables - L.H. Olcott, H. Driggs, G.M. Peck, A.D. McLachlin, Joseph T. Buxton, M. Heal, Wm. Matoon and R. Smead.
352. Re: [NYGENESE] Help Needed-Duane [1]
Directions for unscribing are on the bottome of the message. Hope this helps! To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to NYGENESE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message Kathy Helmer~Arkansas Read my Blog: _http://www.xanga.com/kathle7297_ (http://www.xanga.com/kathle7297) co-moderator _RealWritingTeachers@yahoogroups.com_ (mailto:RealWritingTeachers@yahoogroups.com) co-moderator _cw-biz@yahoogroups.com_ (mailto
353. Re: [NYGENESE] Linda's newsies [1]
AMEN, AMEN, AMEN.... Hi Cindy, Thanks for your soap box. Another summer has come and gone and I didn't get to Perry to check on my ancestors, the Grays (Frank), Schencks (Francis), and Martins (Norman). Have you found any new and interesting things about them you will share with me? I would like to spend a few days reading the old newspapers in the library there. Maybe next summer... Hope all is well with you. Bev Martin Crowell
354. [NYGENESE] Elba church records [1]
Can anyone tell me if church records exist for the Presbyterian church in Elba, and if so, who would I contact for more information? I have already tried calling and writing the church with no response. Is it possible that the old records are kept by a historical society in the area? I am looking for information on Minnie Hosford who married Levi M Reese in Elba, New York on 5 Sep 1863. Her obituary states that as a young woman she became associated with the Presbyterian church, so I thought that w
355. [NYGENESE] August 18-1863: Lee and Davis [1]
source: Republican Advocate, Batavia NY August 18-1863 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt NEWS OF THE WEEK. A 'Times' Washington dispatch says: "A rebel Lieutenant, who has recently deserted from Lee's army, and come within our lines, brings a report stating the almost helpless condition of affairs in the Southern Confederacy. Great dissatisfaction is said to exist among the North Carolina, Mississippi, and Tennessee troops, who are anxious to return to their respective States. The North Carolinia
356. [NYGENESE] Sept 16-1862: Capt. Root, Co I, 12th Onondaga Regmt [1]
Republican Advocate - Batavia NY September 16-1862 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt, 10.2006 Capt. Root. ~ taken from the 'Syracuse Courier.' ~ Capt. Augustus J. Root, of Co. I, 12th Onondaga Regiment, is at home the second time, suffering severely from wounds received in the recent battles. We called upon him at his rooms in the Syracuse House, yesterday, and although dangerously wounded, and in considerable pain, we found him as cheerful and pleasant as though nothing had happened. He has a
357. [NYGENESE] September 1863: Capt Henry Moffett [1]
source: Republican Advocate ~ Batavia NY September 1-1863: Capt. Moffett.-By the following, from the Chicago Tribune, we are pleased to learn of the prospect of the speedy recovery of our friend and formerly follow-townsman Capt. Henry C. Moffett. It will be recollected that, after going through the terrible battles of Fort Donelson, Pittsburg Landing, or Shiloh, Vicksburg, &c., he was badly wounded in the engagement at Arkansas Post, a ball having entered his thigh and penetrated to so great a depth as h
358. Re: [NYGENESE] June 29-1847: Railroads [1]
Linda, Keep them coming. You have filled in several holes. And it has helped me understand some family events by knowing what was happening in the area. Doug P. ----- Original Message ----- From: lankyanky3@aol.com To: nygenese@rootsweb.com Sent: Thursday, October 12, 2006 6:35 AM Subject: Re: [NYGENESE] June 29-1847: Railroads That is the purpose of this list. Linda provides a GREAT service to all those who subscribe. If you do not like the history and genealogy provided please unsubsrci
359. Re: [NYGENESE] June 29-1847: Railroads [1]
I love to see these emails. It may not be my family, however, it gives an added touch to the times they lived. Keep it up. And, thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!! p.s. If you personally don't like them or don't have time for them, the delete button is so easy to use.
360. Re: [NYGENESE] June 29-1847: Railroads [1]
Perhaps PJS needs to unsubscribe from this list. I too enjoy learning about the area of my ancestors and I have also found helpful information in some of the articles. Don/Linda-- Please continue your wonderful effort. Cathy ----- Original Message ----- From: "PJS" To: Sent: Wednesday, October 11, 2006 10:27 PM Subject: Re: [NYGENESE] June 29-1847: Railroads > Stop sending all these emails out to this mailing list! > > -----Original Message----- > From: n
361. Re: [NYGENESE] Elba church records [1]
Hi Cheri, I hope some one answers you with the specific information you ask for. I don't know about that. Meanwhile, here's what I have to suggest. Find out the name of the current minister of the church and call her/him. Explain what it is you're looking for. Ask if the records have continuity and from what date. The minister will likely give you the address and or phone number of their "clerk of session" who is the person in the church responsible for maintaining the records. The good news is that Presbyt
362. Re: [NYGENESE] Sept 16-1862: Capt. Root, Co I, 12th Onondaga Regmt [1]
Why are you sending out all lthese emails ????? -----Original Message----- From: nygenese-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:nygenese-bounces@rootsweb.com]On Behalf Of DonLinda Sent: Sunday, October 08, 2006 1:07 PM To: nygenese@rootsweb.com Subject: [NYGENESE] Sept 16-1862: Capt. Root, Co I, 12th Onondaga Regmt Republican Advocate - Batavia NY September 16-1862 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt, 10.2006 Capt. Root. ~ taken from the 'Syracuse Courier.' ~ Capt. Augustus J. Root, of Co. I, 12th Onon
363. Re: [NYGENESE] Linda's newsies [1]
I read and appreciate your newspaper articles too, Linda. Heidi Quider Gohn
364. [NYGENESE] Dec 3-1850: Slavery Agitation; Area News Reports [1]
source: Spirit of the Times - Batavia NY December 3-1850 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt, 10.2006. The Slavery Agitation. It was hoped and believed by the people generally, that the series of "Compromise" laws enacted at the last session of Congress, would affectually settle the slavery question and give repose to the country. Such indeed, for a time was the popular aspect, but no sooner had the leading "agitators" both North and South recovered a little from the stunning blow which
365. [NYGENESE] May 19-1863 [1]
source: Republican Advocate - Batavia NY May 19-1863 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt, 10.2006 Chancellorsville. We are permitted by the friends of a young Batavian now in the army-a member of Co. F, of the late 12th Regiment-to give the following extractrs from a letter written by him and dated: Camp Near Fredericksburg, May 8th, 1863. We left camp one week ago last Monday. It commenced raining that night and rained three days; and you may guess what k
366. [NYGENESE] Correction, RE: August 18-1863, Vicksburg [1]
correction, to the sentence: "by Capt. Ely S. Parker, of this county, and now of Gen. Grant's staff. " In error, it was typed as, "not of Gen. Grant's staff." I sincerely apologize for this error - and am grateful for a reader who caught the mistake! I try to be extremely careful in the transcriptions; however, typos do occur [and Spell-Check is not all that reliable!] Thank you, Sue, for bringing this to my attention. The article is submitted, again, below - in its corrected entirety. sincerely, Lind
367. [NYGENESE] September 16-1862: Capt. Root wounded/prisoner [1]
Republican Advocate - Batavia NY September 16-1862 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt CAPTAIN ROOT. This officer, attached to the 12th, but who took a company from Batavia, arrived at Syracuse on the 6th inst. as already stated. He was wounded in the thigh in the recent battles, and five days a prisoner. He was at length paroled and sent home. He says that the rebels treated him kindly and carried him from the field in a blanket to the hospital. While he was lying upon the ground wounded,
368. 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
369. [NYGENESE] Sept 16-1862: The New Regiments [1]
source: Republican Advocate - Batavia NY September 16-1862 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt, 10.2006 The New Regiments. ~ From the Evening Journal. We subjoin a table of the new regiments raised and organized in this State since the first call in July last. The table embraces only those numbered and officered. Others are in process of organization - being nearly ready to be mustered in. Fifty seven regiments are complete, and twenty-four are now in the field. Ten more leave this wee
370. Re: [NYGENESE] June 29-1847: Railroads [1]
Dear Don and Linda... Thank you for sending out "all" these notes. Two or three a day does not seem like an unreasonable number to me. While most of them do not contain -my- relatives, some of them do. Or they contain points of interest that help me to understand more about the places and times in which my ancestors existed. I enjoy reading them so that I can learn more. I am often befuddled by people who join lists but want to get no mail. Perhaps they do not understand that the effort of hitting the
371. Re: [NYGENESE] Linda's newsies [1]
I second, third, and forth these comments! I love Linda's newsies, especially since I have an entire town to cover. ;-) There are all different types of genealogists and all different ways to do genealogy. Some people are data collectors and are happy once they got the name and date, then move on to the next "brick wall", or move on when they find out that particular ancestor wasn't "famous". Some are perfectly happy with just that, which is certainly fine too. I have found over the years
372. Re: [NYGENESE] Dec 3-1850: Slavery Agitation; Area News Reports [1]
As an genealogist specializing in African American research with ancestors from LeRoy (Sellers, Lewis, Price and Bundy families), I appreciate this news item in particular. Keep them coming! -----Original Message----- From: nygenese-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:nygenese-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of DonLinda Sent: Thursday, October 12, 2006 4:34 PM To: nygenese@rootsweb.com Subject: [NYGENESE] Dec 3-1850: Slavery Agitation; Area News Reports source: Spirit of the Times - Batavia NY December 3-1850
373. [NYGENESE] Nov 4-1862: Morgan and Benham of 105th [1]
source: Republican Advocate - Batavia NY November 4-1862 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt A Tribute to a Brave Soldier - The following is a copy of a letter written by Lieut. Willis Benham, of the 105th, to James Morgan, one of the members of his galiant little Company, who had the misfortune to lose an arm in battle, and who is now in the hospital. The letter bears date at the Camp near Sharpsburg, Md., Oct.17th, 1862. I hope you are well, and will be able to go to York State in a short time
374. [NYGENESE] NYGENESE] NEWSIES Twice I have found relatives mentioned [1]
Twice I have found information on ancestors that I would NEVER have found without it being posted on this list. I request that it continue and if someone doesn't want to read them, just delete or send directly to their junk mail. I am very grateful that someone is willing to spend the time to save this history that could so easily be lost. I have forwarded some to the local history teacher to share with his students. It makes the history books so much more interesting.
375. [NYGENESE] write about your life [1]
You are correct about writing down the stories. My great grandmother left a written history of her family and ancestors, yet nothing of her own life (96 years of it). Her father in law sat on the knees of his grandfather who fought in the Rev. War and she wrote to her uncle in the Civil War. How much more meaning does this have then the textbooks we give our children. If you know a veteran, get his or her story on paper or tape before it's too late.Some of the stories are fanastic.

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