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Alburn and Hiram Crossman and Descendants-1800-1930 of Up-State New York and Vermont

Arlene N. Coltey

Alburn and Hiram Crossman and Descendants-1800-1930 of Up-State New York and Vermont

by Arlene N. Coltey

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Published by Arlene N. Coltey in Morrow, Georgia .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementCompiled by: Arlene N. Coltey ; Indexed by: John R. Crossman
The Physical Object
Pagination43 p.
Number of Pages43
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24667887M

Sender: Michelle Stone Email: mefisher @bellsouth. net Date: 17 February Surname: GRUB, Walsh/Walch Corporal Jakob Grub of Co. B, th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment (Civil War), enlisted 29 August at age He was taken prisoner at Chancellorsville, Virginia on 3 May , parolled and returned to his company at Wauhatchie, Tennessee on 17 November Katherine was born May 6, , and died Janu They were probably married in New York about Boniface arrived in the U.S. in and he was naturalized. Boniface was a brewery laborer. They had 4 children, Edward, Joseph (my grandfather), Frank and Anna. In they lived at Herbert Street in Syracuse New York.

Birth* 19 May Joseph was born on 19 May at Somerset Co, MD. 2,3 Bound Out* March He was bound out in March at Somerset Co, MD. At the March Court of Joseph Crockett, son of Sampson Crockett dec'd, of his own free consent was bound by the court to Thomas Tylar until being 12 years of age the 19th day of May last; Thomas Tyler was to teach him to read, write. 50 YEARS January 18th Crouse-Hinds Company Syracuse, N. Y. The following list of all of the employees of the Crouse-Hinds Company (as of 14 December ) was included as "The Crouse-Hinds Family Record" in the souvenir booklet issued to all employees to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the Crouse-Hinds Company's founding, on 18 January

This son John removed to New York State into the Mohawk Valley area west of Albany County. New England Yankees like John were streaming into the area creating many conflicts with the local population. The people in this area were already stratified by class with the Dutch at the top. They had been there the longest and were relatively wealthy. Sender: Dolores Email: wilde wind [email protected] Date: 16 December Surnames: HESS, MOHR Going back as far as I can on my dad's side of the family, arriving on the Ship "Urania" in New York on 25 June from the port of Havre from the part of Germany known as Prussia, was my great-grandfather, Jacob MOHR (born , died between ).


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Alburn and Hiram Crossman and Descendants-1800-1930 of Up-State New York and Vermont by Arlene N. Coltey Download PDF EPUB FB2

Full text of "Early settlers of New York State: their ancestors and descendants" See other formats. Historical Person Search Search Search Results Results Hiram Norcross ( - ) found in Vermont, Death Records, Samuel Lawrence Norcross.

Samuel Lawrence Norcross. found in New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, View more historical records for Hiram Norcross. People with similar attributes to Hiram : Male. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Hiram Cross (–), Find a Grave Memorial no.citing Salem Cemetery, New Salem, Lee County, Arkansas, USA ; Maintained by Brenda Huntley (contributor ).

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A manuscript volume in the custody of the Regents of the University of the State Of New York, in the State Library, known as Volume V of the Treasurers' Certificates, shows on page 55 that Israel Thomas was commissioned a captain of an Albany County company of militia, inby Governor George Clinton, and placed in charge of one of the.

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He was the father of fourteen children, four of whom were of his first union. His four youngest children were born in Connecticut, and all settled in that state. The New York family mentioned below are his descendants. Children of John Parrish: 1. Hannah, born July 3, 2. Samuel. Benjamin.

John. He died on 20 Mar in New Rochelle, Westchester, New York. He was buried in Beechwood Cemetery, New Rochelle, New York. Lorain Crossman was born in in Old Town, Penobscot, Maine. Louisa H Crossman was born after in Old Town, Penobscot, Maine. She died on 28 Jun in Durham, Cumberland, Maine.

ROSS. Ross is one of the most ancient and distinguished Scotch surnames. George Ross, the first of the name in New England, born in Scotland insettled in early life at New Haven, Connecticut; removed to Albany, New York, and thence in, or about to Elizabethtown, New Jersey, where many generations of his descendants have lived.

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(V) Osborn, son of Abraham (2) Allen, was born at Richmond, New Hampshire, Octodied at Rochester, New York, about He came to northern new York in with his father and located at Fort Covington, where he followed farming until In the tannery was sold to Bullard and son of the Swamp in New York City and closed in after the area was ravaged by forest fires.

I do have a copy of a old map of Jerdon Falls and also a post card showing the tannery with a group of men lined with wagon loads of bark. You need to be a member of CROSS Genealogy to add comments. Comment by CASSANDRA N LOVIN on October 9, at pm I am searching for Patrick Ransom Cross, I believe born around and I am told possibly in Los Angeles, CA, he was married in Oklahoma in the 's and had a son inpossibly named Patrick as well.

At sixteen he began the world for himself,--worked hard, and studied until he was able to teach. He began the study of law in Western New York, but was turned from that profession to educational and pastoral work, in which his wife, Miss Harriet T. Henley, of Connecticut, has been a true help- er.

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Auburn. of Jewish education in New York City during the first three-quarters of the nineteenth century. Prior to the Civil War, Jewish immigrants had abandoned their interest in parochial schools in favor of public school education, despite the school system’s Protestant influence.

Many Catholic immigrants, on the other hand, preferred parochial. Cross Family History Thomas W. Cross was born February 1,in Louden County Virginia. His father-Mr. Lee (first name unknown), came to America from England and settled in Louden county, Virginia, where he became a plantation owner.

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Tutrone had been a founding partner of Geoghan & Tutrone, practicing law from to He was a member of the New York and New Jersey state bar associations and the New York State Trial Lawyers Association.The census for Guilford, CT shows no males under 16 in the household of Abraham Grave, although Hiram should have been there.

Also, Hiram was supposedly born 19 July in NY, but theand censuses all indicate he was born aboutand the census says he was born in MA. (R‑1) Children - Graves, by Annie Johnson.His family went from Vermont to Palmyra, in Wayne county, New York, when "Joe," as he is commonly called, was ten years of age.

These Smiths were of the class such as figure in Thompson's Vermont story of "May Martin, or the Money Diggers," which the older readers of the "Poughkeepsie Telegraph" will well remember.