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376. Re: [NYGENESE] Help Needed [1]
Hi Donald, I just received your message through the list, so maybe you've solved the problem? Good luck! Joan In a message dated 10/7/2006 9:10:44 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, gastorf@prodigy.net writes: I am haveing a problem sending and receiving mail fromGEN-NYS-L@rootsweb.com. My messages are rejected or forwarded to the list Administrator for consideration. I send messages to the administrator but get no replies. I went to Marc Nozell and was advised to resubscribe, which I did.
377. [NYGENESE] May 12-1863: 12th N.Y. and 28th N.Y. [1]
source: Republican Advocate - Batavia NY May 12-1863 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt The "TWELFTH." - Quite a number of the boys in the 12th Regiment have been home on a brief visit - indeed some of them are here yet - although the Regiment has not been discharged. The delay in discharging the regiment is incomprehensible - but it looks as though it was for the special benefit of Elmira. The boys are full of money and it is a "good thing" for the people of Elmira to keep them there as long as possi
378. [NYGENESE] Aug 18-1863: Letter from Vicksburg [1]
source: Republican Advocate ~ Batavia NY August 18-1863 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt LETTER FROM VICKSBURG. We are under obligations to Mr. H.J. Ensign, of this place, for the privilege of publishing the following letter, written to him by Capt. Ely S. Parker, of this county, and not of Gen. Grant's staff. It is a very interesting letter, and will be read with pleasure by the many friends and acquaintances of the writer: HEADQUARTERS, 7th Division, 17th Army Corps, Vicksburg, Miss., July 2
379. [NYGENESE] Oct 14-1862: 129th 's Thank You, to Elba Ladies [1]
source: Republican Advocate - Batavia NY October 14-1862 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt A Card of Thanks from Capt. Connor. Fort Federal Hill, Baltimore, Md., October 4th, 1862. Editor Republican Advocate: - I desire, through the medium of your paper, to thank the ladies of the town of Elba for the generous donations made by them to the volunteers from that town now in Co. H, 129th Regiment N.Y. Volunteers. Such favors, bestowed in the spirit of affection and patriotism, cann
380. Re: [NYGENESE] NEWSIES [1]
Linda, I envy your ability to get at all those old news articles. If I had them available to me, I would never get my nose out of them (I get little enough housework done now!). Are these old newspapers microfilmed? Where are they located? Thank you for all you do for this List. Kitty
381. [NYGENESE] Oct 14-1862: Capt Root, 12th NY [1]
source: Republican Advocate - Batavia NY October 14-1862 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt Written for the Advocate: Lines Respectfully inscribed to Major A.I. Root, of the 12th N.Y. Volunteers. Bring flowers fair, flowers of richest hue- The Red, the White, the Heavenly Blue, And weave them, in a garland now, To bind the hero's war-warn brow. When first the muttering storm he heard, His patriot soul within him stirred; With willing hand he grasped the sword, And flew t
382. Re: [NYGENESE] June 29-1847: Railroads [1]
What I like about Linda's posts is the history that was going on in Genesee Co. during the periods I am researching! Thanks for doing that Linda! 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:cw-biz@yahoogroups.com)
383. Re: [NYGENESE] Help Needed [1]
Scroll down to the bottom line of this email and you will see how to un-sub .......... 'can't be done here! ----- Original Message ----- From: "D W WHEELER" To: Sent: Saturday, October 07, 2006 9:56 AM Subject: Re: [NYGENESE] Help Needed >I am being flooded with messages from the board. Just too much STUFF. Can > you unsubscribe me from the board > Duane W. Wheeler > ----- Original Message ----- > From: > To: ; <
384. [NYGENESE] Sept 16-1862: The Indian War [1]
source: Republican Advocate - Batavia NY September 16-1862 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt THE INDIAN WAR. ~ From the St. Paul Pioneer and Democrat, of Sept. 6th. Col. John S. Prince of this city and Lieutenant Charles J. St__, of the Young Men's Guard, arrived last night with dispatches from Fort Ridgley, giving the account of an engagement with the Indians about 18 miles from Fort Ridgely, resulting in the loss of 13 men killed and 47 wounded. They left Fort Ridgley on Thursday
385. Re: [NYGENESE] June 29-1847: Railroads [1]
I also love to see these emails. I have not seen any of my family in them yet but I do enjoy reading them and seeing what it was like back then. Keep up the good work! LaVonne Barnum On 10/12/06, Bribar79@aol.com wrote: > 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 u
386. Re: [NYGENESE] June 29-1847: Railroads [1]
May I suggest that pendon@charter.net follow the direction at the end of this message and UNSUBSCRIBE from this mailing list rather then deprive those who are enjoying the history provided by L. Schmidt's messages! This is a time consuming taste and I, for one, am enjoying reading them. Thank you for your time. Bev in AZ In a message dated 10/11/2006 11:23:17 PM Eastern Standard Time, pendon@charter.net writes: Stop sending all these emails out to this mailing list! -----Original Message----- From: n
387. [NYGENESE] September 16-1862: Patriotic Teachers [1]
source: Republican Advocate - Batavia NY September 16-1862 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt, 10.2006, 10.2006 Patriotic Teachers. - The public school teachers of Buffalo have subscribed $3,000 to raise a company of volunteers. This is making a good use of their exemption. *
388. [NYGENESE] Jan 19-1864: 22d Cavalry [1]
source: Republican Advocate - Batavia NY January 19-1864 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt, 10.2006 The 22d Cavalry. - The Rochester 'Express,' of Tuesday, in speaking of this splendid Regiment now being raised by Col. Crooks, pays the following well-merited compliment to the Lieut. Col. of that Regiment, J.B. Brown, a very popular and meritorious officer heretofore in the service: "This regiment is one of the most promising ever raised here, and though it has sprung into existence so sud
389. Re: [NYGENESE] Sept 16-1862: The New Regiments [1]
I believe he was a hero at Gettysburg. At the Civil War period it was not politically correct to honor Irish. Glad it was corrected. I'm not a real Civil War fan, but remember bits of the story. Not a lot else to do in the snow! ----- Original Message ----- From: EyeDocJor@aol.com To: nygenese@rootsweb.com Sent: Friday, October 13, 2006 8:28 PM Subject: Re: [NYGENESE] Sept 16-1862: The New Regiments Thank you for your reply about Col O'Rourke ------------------------------- To unsub
390. [NYGENESE] Dec 3-1850: Railroad Accident [1]
source: Spirit of the Times - Batavia NY December 3-1850 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt Fatal and Tremendous Railroad Accident. At 12 o'clock on Friday last the mail train from the West, and the Emigrant train from the East, came in sudden collision in the woods, at a curve, about a mile West of South Byron, and so tremendous was the crash that one person was instantly killed, eight or ten wounded, and both Locomotives and Tenders, together with several cars nearly demoliched.
391. Re: [NYGENESE] Help Needed [1]
I seem to have the same problem. C. R. Stivers Iowa ----- Original Message ----- From: "DONALD GASTORF" To: Sent: Saturday, October 07, 2006 8:09 AM Subject: [NYGENESE] Help Needed >I am haveing a problem sending and receiving mail > fromGEN-NYS-L@rootsweb.com. My messages are > rejected or forwarded to the list Administrator > for consideration. I send messages to the > administrator but get no replies. I went to Marc > Nozell and was advised to resub
392. [NYGENESE] Help Needed [1]
I am haveing a problem sending and receiving mail fromGEN-NYS-L@rootsweb.com. My messages are rejected or forwarded to the list Administrator for consideration. I send messages to the administrator but get no replies. I went to Marc Nozell and was advised to resubscribe, which I did. I sent him a message again, still no reply. Can you advise me what am I doing wrong. Donald St. Louis. MO
393. Re: [NYGENESE] Help Needed [1]
I am being flooded with messages from the board. Just too much STUFF. Can you unsubscribe me from the board Duane W. Wheeler ----- Original Message ----- From: To: ; Sent: Saturday, October 07, 2006 6:14 AM Subject: Re: [NYGENESE] Help Needed > > Hi Donald, > > I just received your message through the list, so maybe you've solved > the > problem? > > Good luck! > Joan > > In a message dated 10/7/2006 9:10:44 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
394. [NYGENESE] June 27-1822 [1]
source: Republican Advocate - Batavia NY June 27-1822 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt Married. At Geneseo, on the 23d inst. Mr. Morris H. Tucker, of Lockport, Niagara Co. to Miss Esther C. M'Lean, of Windsor, Conn. In Bethany, by Henry Rumsey, Esq. Mr. William Snell, to Miss Joanni Watkins. * Camp Meeting. Notice is hereby given, that a Camp Meting will be held in the town of Warsaw, in this county, on the lands of Mr Lyman Morris, about one mile
395. [NYGENESE] May 19-1863: local area news [1]
source: Republican Advocate - Batavia NY May 19-1863 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt Samuel L. Howard, formerly of Le Roy and lately in charge of the Note Cutting Room in the Treasury at Washington, has been appointed Deputy Comptroller of the Currency. Mr. H. is a brother of H.U.Howard, Esq., President of the Bank of Genesee. * Fire at Albion. On Monday night a fire occurred at Albion, which consumed the dwelling house of S.A. Andrews, ex-editor of the Orleans American. Mr. Andrews and hi
396. [NYGENESE] Fw: Elba church records [1]
I forwarded the helpful information about researching for church records on to my genealogy group...and received this following note in reply...one that had a couple new, and important, hints for the successful researcher. Kristy Kristy, This is good information and Cheri's comments do apply very much. I say this because I was tracking a person known to have been a minister. I learned one additional item to remember. When corresponding with either the church or the church archives, (or any other fa
397. [NYGENESE] May 18-1852: Retreat of winter ~ Railroads & commerce [1]
Note: If I may first say a few words to the readers on this list: I found this an interesting piece ~ and hope that some of you [really, many of you!] are inspired to write about your experiences from Mother Nature - for example, the recent snowstorm in western New York State - the power outages [how did you manage without electricity?] - what happened in your yard, on your street? [trees split? wires down?] - what happened while you were snow-bound? [were you at home? or, caught out there in
398. [NYGENESE] Nov 4-1862: Numan's Battery [1]
source: Republican Advocate - Batavia NY November 4-1862 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt Numan's Battery. - We give below an extract form a letter from "Our Own Correspondent" in Numan's Battery, dated Elmira Oct. 28th. As there are so many young men from this County in the Battery - indeed, all are - our readers hereabouts will be anxious to keep track of the Company in which so many of our families are represented. "We arrived here at 6 o'clock on Saturday morning. We are established
399. [NYGENESE] June 29-1847: Maid of the Mist; Eagle Tavern [1]
source: Spirit of the Times ~ Batavia NY June 29-1847 transcribed & submitted by L. Schmidt Niagara Falls - The 'Maid of the Mist.' - Eagle Hotel, &c. The pleasure travel has already commenced and large numbers are wending their way to Niagara. There are one or two new facilities for getting about the falls that deserve particular notice. First of these is the new steamboat 'Maid of the Mist,' which has recently been furnished with larger and more powerful boilers, and is now enabled to make h
400. Re: [NYGENESE] Sept 16-1862: The New Regiments [1]
Is this the O'Rourke for whom the new O'Rourke Bridge across the Genesee River at Port of Rochester is named?

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