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76. Re: [NYGENESE] North Pembroke Cemetery [1]
I don't have the index for the North Pembroke Cemetery, but I do have other Pembroke cemeteries as listed in "Tombstone Inscriptions from the abandoned Cemeteries and Farm Burials of Genesee County" written in 1952, author Cooley. Douglas J Morgan Honeoye Falls, NY Sean Vickers wrote: > Does anyone known where I could find an index of the people buried in the > North Pembroke Cemetery?
77. [NYGENESE] Obi Cemetery in Obi, New York [1]
I was wondering if I could get a copy of the list for the Obi Cemetery if it is available to obtain. Or where can I write to to get a copy of it. Thanks, Barb
78. Wanted: a copy of Pioneer History of the Holland Purchase of Western New York 1974 [1]
Hi, I am trying to find out where the reprint of the "Pioneer History of the Holland Purchase of Western New York" written by O. Turner AND reprinted in 1974 by James Brunner might be available for sale? I appreciate any help you can offer, Karla inthepastlane@bellsouth.net
79. INNES Family Photograph [1]
I've "rescued" an old photograph of Miss Alice INNES which was taken at the Cross Studio in Batavia, New York. The photograph appears to have been taken in the 1890's with Alice likely in her teens at the time it was taken. The photograph was recovered along with another belonging to the HINSDALE Family though I've no idea what the connection between the two might be. Based on limited research I believe that this may be a photograph of Alice INNES daughter of Mary INNES who was living in Batavia, NY wi
80. UNSUBSCRIBE [1]
----- Original Message ----- From: NYGENESE-D-request@rootsweb.com To: NYGENESE-D@rootsweb.com Sent: Thursday, March 09, 2006 12:00 PM Subject: NYGENESE-D Digest V06 #17
81. Batavia High School, Batavia, NY Class of 1925 roster [1]
Batavia High School, Batavia, NY Class of 1925 roster http://old-yearbooks.com/2y/ny/batavia1925.html More New York yearbooks & class rosters http://www.old-yearbooks.com/ny
82. Crossen Photos of Interest to be Posted [1]
Hello: As some of you know, my cousin Wayne Crossen of British Columbia, CAN maintains a Crossen family website. It includes notes and images on Crossens from Canada and the United States. Recently, I mailed him copies of a few photos in our possession--he tells me they will be scanned and available for viewing in a couple weeks. I'll post a note to this list when this is done. Images include: John C. Crossen (1832-1865) & wife Mary E. Martin (1838-1877), taken ca. 1862 in Batavia, NY. James Ward Crosse
83. Re: [NYGENESE] yr books [1]
Have you already inquired at the Genesee Co. History dept.? and the Batavia and LeRoy libraries? Those would be the first places that I would check. [other than the schools themselves, they often keep copies for their alumni depts.] Linda ----- Original Message ----- From: Ann Iverson To: NYGENESE-L@rootsweb.com Sent: Tuesday, March 21, 2006 9:51 PM Subject: [NYGENESE] yr books Does anyone have or know where I might find the LeRoy high school (1970s) and Batavia high school (1930-40s) y
84. Underhill Descendants? [1]
Hello All! Does anyone know if there are any descendants of Arza Underhill (c. 1811-1901) living in Genesee County--in Batavia, Alabama, Pembroke, etc.? If so, please write me off list and send contact info for them. I'd like to say hello. Thanks, John G-Grandson of Nellie Underhill Crossen (1861-1938) "Letter writing is the only device for combining solitude and good company." - Lord Byron (1788-1824) "One more shot for the honour of Down!" - Rollicking Roll
85. DiSalvo [1]
I am looking for an obituary for Ignatius diSalvo from Oakfield who died about 1943. Wil Vasile
86. Re: [NYGENESE] Marriage Certificate? [1]
Hi John, It all depends on WHERE they were married! It should be on file with the clerk where they were married....so if they were married in the Town of Sta fford, it would be the Stafford Town Clerk, if it was the City of Batavia, it would be the City Clerk, if it was the Village of Corfu, it would be the Corfu Village Clerk, etc. The trick is, you have to know WHERE they were married, and it's not always the obvious location!! Good luck, Joan In a message dated 3/14/2006 3:24:40 P.M.
87. Re: [NYGENESE] Wanted: a copy of Pioneer History of the Holland Purchase of Western New York 1974 [1]
In addition, if you want to find a copy to buy go to "www.bookfinder.com". This is like the Google of used/new books. -----Original Message----- >From: Cindy Amrhein >Sent: Mar 1, 2006 12:10 PM >To: NYGENESE-L@rootsweb.com >Subject: Re: [NYGENESE] Wanted: a copy of Pioneer History of the Holland Purchase of Western New York 1974 > >You can find both Turner books free on line to read in their original form in digital format at the Making of America websites through Cornell an
88. Isaac GOULD b.ca.1780-1790 - living in Warsaw, Genesee County/Wyoming Co., NY 1840 [1]
I am looking for ANY piece of information on the family of Isaac GOULD b.1780-1790 who was living in 1840 in Warsaw, Genesee County (became Wyoming County in 1841), New York. My 4x-gr.grandmother was a GOULD, first name unknown b. Jan. 25, 1825 and I am trying to find out if she was a daughter in this family. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Karla inthepastlane@bellsouth.net
89. Re: [NYGENESE] yr books [1]
Hi there, The Richmond Library in Batavia has a collection of older Batavia yearbooks, and either the Le Roy House Museum or the Le Roy library has at least some of the old Le Roy yearbooks. Happy Hunting, Joan In a message dated 3/21/2006 9:51:41 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, blylee10@webtv.net writes: Does anyone have or know where I might find the LeRoy high school (1970s) and Batavia high school (1930-40s) year books?
90. Field family in Elba/Oakfield Area [1]
Looking for any information on Judson Field; his parents; siblings that may have come from the Oakfield or Elba area. Thanks
91. middle names [1]
With naming patterns like that, watch for records with both names for the same person. You may find someone under Roy or George and he could be the same individual, especially if an uncle or grandfather shared the name. On 2/28/06, Jeff Gage wrote: > Before I begin, I want the thank all of those that have helped me begin this > journey. I'm humbled and amazed at the outpouring of help and encouragement > you have all given me. > > For now I'm focusing on the Gage family tree on my fathe
92. Wesson GAGE; b. 1793; Knox, Albany Co. NY [1]
Second Posting. I shouldn't have attached the pdf on my first attempt. Sorry if this becomes a double posting. Growing pains. I'll figure this thing out, yet. Opps. I've proven my newbie status. I made a wrong turn on my family tree and thought I was a decendant of David Gage (b. 1808). Carl Gage set me right. I am instead the decendant of Wesson GAGE. My lineage through my father is this instead... Clayton Roy Gage; b. May 10, 1947 Roy George Gage; b. Dec 13, 1893; d. July, 1982 Ira Joseph Gage; b
93. George Underhill [1]
Hello! I had a lovely chat with Sidney Underhill of Batavia, NY this evening. His Underhill family came originally from CT. We ARE cousins, but somewhere back to when the Underhills split, some remaining in Westchester County, NY (my kin) and others going to CT (his kin). George Underhill came to Genesee County in 1860 from someplace in CT. Would anyone know where exactly? His son was Charles. Sidney's father, Arthur Underhill, was b. 1897 and d. 1993. Best, John "Letter writing is the only device for
94. Re: [NYGENESE] Wanted: a copy of Pioneer History of the Holland Purchase of Western New York 1974 [1]
You can find both Turner books free on line to read in their original form in digital format at the Making of America websites through Cornell and Michigan Universities. O. Turner's Holland Purchase can be found at the University of Michigan site http://www.hti.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=moa;cc=moa;q1=holland%20purchase;rgn=full%20text;view=toc;idno=AFJ8020.0001.001 To see what else Michigan has (and it is quite a lot that would help with genealogy really) search through everything they got a
95. yr books [1]
Does anyone have or know where I might find the LeRoy high school (1970s) and Batavia high school (1930-40s) year books?
96. RIGGS or FAGAN [1]
Hi all, Does anyone have any information on a Christopher RIGGS who came from IRELAND c1846? My ancestor, Thomas FAGAN came from Ireland around the same time, and I have information that says he came to or with a relative, Christopher RIGGS. My Thomas settled in Covington, in Wyoming County, and I found a Christopher RIGGS, aged 73, roughly the same age as Thomas, living in Pavilion in the 1900 census. With Pavilion and Covington so close, I was wondering if this might be the Christopher
97. George A. Rathbun bio [1]
PA biography with connections to Genesee Co. NY George A. Rathbun - bio http://www.historicpa.net/bios/2g/george-a-rathbun.html
98. Marriage Certificate? [1]
I'd like to order a copy of my grandparents' marriage certificate but am bewildered by the genealogy links on the Genesee County site and NY-GenWeb stuff... Where would I order a copy? Please provide an email and physical address. Thanks! The certificate I seek: John M. Crossen & Ada E. Thompson Wed: 21 Sept. 1921 Thank you again--John "Letter writing is the only device for combining solitude and good company." - Lord Byron (1788-1824) "One more shot for the honour of Down!"
99. [NYGENESE] Sheldon, NY [1]
Hi, I'm trying to find some information about my gg grandfather's parents. His name was Versal Porter and I believe he was born in Sheldon, NY in 1828. His father's name may have been Versal also. I would also like to know what denomination of churches Sheldon had at that time AND where the heck is Sheldon today? I read one message on their website that scattered it all over Wyoming County. Thanks, Laura Rutkowski
100. [NYGENESE] Newspaper articles 1/15/1901 [1]
Transcribed by Glenda Whitaker Subyak... Rochester Democrat & Chronicle January 15, 1901 DIED AT THE AGE OF 90 YEARS Josiah MERRIMAN, an old resident of Elba, died at his home on the Transit road, Sunday evening, aged 90, after a short illness. He was born in Massachusetts in 1811, and came with his parents to Byron, afterwards, locating in Elba. He was married in 1837 to Mary WHEELER, of Ogden, who died a few years ago. He leaves one brother, Harry, of Byron, also two sons, Henry, of Byron, and She

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