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Subject: Re: [GREENE COUNTY] Where is Antisis?
Date: Sat, 27 Mar 2004 13:01:34 -0500
I just did a Google search of "Antisis....
Results: Fort Hunter, NY (commonly called Antisis)
Found in "The Dempster Records"
submitted by: Ruth Roerig, Town Historian
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From: "F. Bailey" <>
Sent: Saturday, March 27, 2004 10:24 AM
Subject: [GREENE COUNTY] Where is Antisis?
> I have a puzzle and hope someone on this list can help me.
> I have just been given an old photo of three beautiful children, if I can
> read the imprint correctly, in "Antisis." The father, David OSBURN, was
> born in Michigan in 1858, where I find him, age 22, unmarried in the 1880
> census. The eldest child Mabel, as noted on the photo back, was 10 yrs 3
mo old when the photo was taken. So the earliest this photo could have been
taken was 1891. The second child, Glenn, was 7 yrs 9 mo. Family records
say he died during World War II. The third child was Blanche, age 5 yrs 2
mo. The children's mother, Anna (surname unknown) was thought to have died
in Galland, Iowa. Their Osburn grandparents were from New York state.
> I cannot locate "Antisis" anywhere. Does anyone know where this might be?
The photographer's name looks like Hassall / Anschutz, or Chassall /
> Anschutz. There is a big loopy thing encircling Hassall.
> Thanks so much in advance for any clues you can give me.
> Sally Bailey
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