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    1. [Long Island, NY] Michael Doyle from Kerry, Ireland
    2. Joan Adrian via
    3. Michael Doyle, b.1877, Kerry Ireland. Parents Michael Doyle and Mary Morris stayed in Ireland. Michael Doyle on NYC 1905 census lived at West 131 St. with siblings James, May, Hanah, Jeremiah and Francis. His sister, Deborah married Patrick Flaherty and she died in 1911 in NYC. Michael may have moved to Long Island to live with a daughter. Brick wall in trying to locate cousins.

    01/25/2015 10:40:21
    1. [Long Island, NY] NYIHR - Save the Date! - Saturday, December 6th, 2014 at 2 PM - FINDING YOUR ANCESTORS IN CATHOLIC NEW YORK
    2. Jim Garrity via
    3. >From the New York Irish History Roundtable: (roundtable@irishnyhistory.org) Dear Roundtable Members and Friends, On Saturday, December 6, at 2 p.m., Kate Feighery, Archival Manager for the Archdiocese of New York (and the Roundtable's new Vice President for Local History), will discuss strategies for discovering & using Catholic religious records -- rewarding resources for information about Irish Catholic ancestors who lived in New York beginning in the early 1800s. Topics to be explored include: What a family-history researcher can expect to find. Locations of christening, marriage & funeral records. How records can be accessed. Whether permissions are necessary. What else a researcher can expect to find. This event promises to be a very informative lecture about the holdings of the archives - after all, who amongst us can boast of having a chance to listen to an archivist who works at the New York Archdiocesan Archives, a place that has been off-limits to so many of us for most of our lives? That situation is all changed now, and Kate and Rev. Michael P. Morris (Senior Archivist) now are welcoming visitors and researchers to the Archives on an appointment basis. The lecture will be held at 263 Mulberry Street, in the Parish House of The Basilica of St. Patrick's Old Cathedral. The location is within several blocks of the Prince Street station of the N and R trains, the Broadway-Lafayette Street station of the F train, and the Bleecker Street station of the Number 6 train. The Parish House is right near the corner of Prince and Mulberry streets. Seating will be limited, so please try to arrive early! This program is open to all interested family-history researchers. A reception will follow the program.($5 donation for reception) Contact for the Roundtable: Frank Naughton Naughtonfrank@yahoo.com The Roundtable's Board of Trustees would like to wish all of our friends a joyous and safe holiday season. Happy Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas, Happy Chanukah, and a very Happy New Year to everyone! Jim Garrity NYIHR

    11/22/2014 05:26:36
    1. [Long Island, NY] New Data Base - St. John's Cemetery, Albany, NY
    2. Bill & Cathy McGrath via
    3. The latest addition to the transcription projects on the website of the Troy Irish Genealogy Society, www.troyirish.com are the recently discovered interment records of 12,731 individual from the long closed St. John's Cemetery in Albany New York. St. John's Cemetery was located on Delaware Avenue in Albany, New York. To see these records on the TIGS website, click on PROJECTS and then ST. JOHN'S CEMETERY, ALBANY, NY - INTERMENT RECORDS. It had been widely reported that the interment records for this cemetery, covering interments starting over 173 years ago, had been lost or destroyed. However, in a recent chance conversation with the Historian at St. Agnes Cemetery in Menands, New York, it was discovered that the mostly intact St. John's interment book was in the possession of a retired cemetery employee and the book was promptly recovered. St. John's Cemetery was opened in 1841 by St. John's Church in Albany in an area which was considered "country" at that time. However, with the growth of the City of Albany, the cemetery land was wanted for development and in 1878 and 1879, the Albany City Council ordered that no further burials were to be made there and the cemetery had to close. Burials, however, continued as late as 1888-1890 before the cemetery closed and re-interments of the thousands of individuals buried there was started in the early 1900's. This long closed church of St. John's was located on Green Street in Albany's South End and it's parishioners were mainly Irish famine immigrants that began pouring into Albany during the 1820's and 1830's. This "Irish" connection is shown in the following summary of burials of this first generation of Irish immigrants, which, for the most part are identified as to the "County" in Ireland where they came from. It can be assumed that many of the other 46 years of interment records in this cemetery were for the children and grandchildren of these early Irish immigrants. A breakdown of the Irish immigrants identified on the interment records with their home county in Ireland shows the following: Antrim -10 Armagh - 35 Carlow - 80 Cavan - 307 Claire - 62 Cork - 376 Derry - 22 Donegal - 28 Down - 39 Dublin - 52 Fermangh - 30 Galway - 39 Kerry - 76 Kildare - 38 Kilkenny - 195 Kings - 114 Leitrim - 28 Limerick - 160 Londonderry - 5 Longford - 143 Louth - 93 Mayo - 36 Meath - 116 Monaghan - 47 Queens - 114 Roscommon - 159 Sligo - 47 Tipperary - 458 Tyrone - 91 Waterford - 83 Westmeath - 138 Wexford - 131 Wicklow - 43 Ireland-No County - 500 TOTAL IRISH - 3,895 Other countries of origin identified in the interment records list Canada-89, England-30, France-8, Germany-198, Holland-7, Poland-2, Scotland-6, Spain-1 and Wales-2. Also identified were individuals from the following states; California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Vermont and Virginia. A smaller number of records shows one or two individuals from all over New York State cities, towns and counties while three locations show a heavier concentration; Rensselaer with 106, Greenbush with 77 and New York City with 63. As would be expected, Albany with a total of 5,815 records was shown as the county of origin for the largest number of individuals. Of course this figure includes the second and third generations for those early Irish immigrants. These fantastic records from this recently rediscovered interment book is a wonderful find for genealogists, especially for those researching Irish surnames. As genealogists searching Irish surnames often find out, it is quite rare to find records that identify the Irish county of orgin. Bill McGrath TIGS Project Coordinator Clifton Park, NY

    11/19/2014 12:49:35
    1. [Long Island, NY] 9609623
    2. Bruce Danz
    3. http://bart.zegers.info/771173lyrcafe.php //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// From: Bruce Danz 6/13/2014 7:49:57 AM

    06/13/2014 04:50:02
    1. Re: [Long Island, NY] WOOD Family
    2. I am assuming that you have checked the Long Island Surname List? That is not gospel but a good starting point. I live in central New York and belong to CNYGS (Central NY Genealogical Society) if your Wood family migrates upstate which frequently happened let me know. Respectfully, Janet JanetBro6@aol.com -----Original Message----- From: Charlene Phillips <mihnbu@aol.com> To: NY-LONGISLAND <NY-LONGISLAND@rootsweb.com> Sent: Wed, Jan 15, 2014 4:36 am Subject: [Long Island, NY] WOOD Family Greetings List: I am seeking information on my great-grandfather's family on Long Island. My ggfa is James Henry WOOD born 22 Mar 1856 Little Neck, Long Island, Queens Co. James was married to Dorothea (Dora) Antoinette (Müller) MUELLER who died 30 Nov 1896 while nursing her infant son. James married Johanna DASEYKING a youngster of a bride who had several step-children to raise and not having any children of her own. James was a mariner (oysterman) son of James Henry and it appears on his marriage license his mother's maiden name is MINT although we could be mistaken. We are trying to confirm her maiden name. We have a MARY WOOD who is the wife of James Henry, I who is listed as deceased of dropsy on the 1880 federal census. James II has two brothers, Charles and Peter and four sisters. ... nothing further, sorry. Thank you in advance from Nebraska Charlene ------------------------------- LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK MAILING LIST LIST TOPIC: The discussion and research of genealogy or history information pertaining to Long Island at any point in its history. Contact the List Admin at ny-longisland-admin@rootsweb.com by e-mail. To search the list archives or find other useful information to help you use the list more effectively, please click on the following link to the list information page online: http://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/index/usa/NY/misc.html#NY-LONGISLAND ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to NY-LONGISLAND-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/15/2014 04:40:54
    1. Re: [Long Island, NY] WOOD Family
    2. Barbara DeOliveira
    3. If you haven't done so already,  You may want to post this on the Queens list too. On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 04:35 AM, Charlene Phillips wrote: > Greetings List: >   > I am seeking information on my great-grandfather's family on Long > Island.

    01/15/2014 03:24:16
    1. [Long Island, NY] WOOD Family
    2. Charlene Phillips
    3. Greetings List: I am seeking information on my great-grandfather's family on Long Island. My ggfa is James Henry WOOD born 22 Mar 1856 Little Neck, Long Island, Queens Co. James was married to Dorothea (Dora) Antoinette (Müller) MUELLER who died 30 Nov 1896 while nursing her infant son. James married Johanna DASEYKING a youngster of a bride who had several step-children to raise and not having any children of her own. James was a mariner (oysterman) son of James Henry and it appears on his marriage license his mother's maiden name is MINT although we could be mistaken. We are trying to confirm her maiden name. We have a MARY WOOD who is the wife of James Henry, I who is listed as deceased of dropsy on the 1880 federal census. James II has two brothers, Charles and Peter and four sisters. ... nothing further, sorry. Thank you in advance from Nebraska Charlene

    01/14/2014 09:35:11
    1. [Long Island, NY] Robert C. NEIBLING author of Jeremiah HOBART (HUBBARD) of Huntington, Long Island, New York; any way to contact author?
    2. TheFamilyTree
    3. Jeremiah Hobart (Hubbard), (ca. 1650-1729) : of Huntington, Long Island, New York & some of his Hubbart and Hubbard descendants into the 5th generationStatement of Responsibility:researched and compiled by Robert C. NieblingAuthors:Neibling, Robert C. (Robert Charles), b.1934<https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/results#count=20&query=%2Bauthor_id%3A59110> (Main Author)Format:Books/MonographsLanguage:EnglishPublication:Gulf Shores, Alabama : R.C. Niebling, 2007Physical:25 leaves : geneal. tables.Subject Class:929.273 H651<https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/results#count=20&query=%2Bcall_number%3A%22929.273%20H651*%22> *I am interesting in this family from Hooker HUBBARD line. He is listed in this article and I would like to find anyone who has more information. I have been able to discover most of his son's names and believe one of his grandsons is my "brickwall".* *Thank you*

    12/07/2013 07:30:46
    1. Re: [Long Island, NY] [NAS] mineola court house
    2. Bob Starkins
    3. I know I'm late to this thread but did you try the queens probate records on familysearch.org: https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1916211 Regards, Bob On Fri, 27 Sep 2013 13:09:28 -0400 (EDT), you wrote: >I tried the web site and did not find any answers, and i tried calling and >got a recording that said to try again later, > >so i thought i'd ask the list, > >question: how far back does mineola court records aka nassau co wills go? >i know the county was started in 1899 but do they have EARLIER wills, as i >am having no luck in queens and the people lived in baldwin. > >2. does anyone know the fees involved? > >thanks >Kristina > >http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~vaprinc2/ > >http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~vanorfol/ > >_www.nyvagenealogy.homestead.com_ (http://www.nyvagenealogy.homestead.com/) > > >------------------------------- >To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to NYNASSAU-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    10/02/2013 01:52:13
    1. Re: [Long Island, NY] mineola court house (early wills)
    2. Stu
    3. If you haven't done so, visit <http://longislandgenealogy.com/LIGRecords.html> and search (one at a time) for key words "mineola", "baldwin", "wills", etc. and any other appropriate keywords. Stu On Sep 28, 2013, at 3:00 AM, ny-longisland-request@rootsweb.com wrote: > Today's Topics: > > 1. mineola court house (FRMRNYR@aol.com) > 2. Re: mineola court house (denchief@earthlink.net) > > > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > > Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2013 13:09:28 -0400 (EDT) > From: FRMRNYR@aol.com > Subject: [Long Island, NY] mineola court house > To: NYNASSAU-L@rootsweb.com, NY-LONGISLAND-L@rootsweb.com > Message-ID: <e8c5f.15d0132d.3f7715c8@aol.com> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" > > I tried the web site and did not find any answers, and i tried calling and > got a recording that said to try again later, > > so i thought i'd ask the list, > > question: how far back does mineola court records aka nassau co wills go? > i know the county was started in 1899 but do they have EARLIER wills, as i > am having no luck in queens and the people lived in baldwin. > > 2. does anyone know the fees involved? > > thanks > Kristina > > http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~vaprinc2/ > > http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~vanorfol/ > > _www.nyvagenealogy.homestead.com_ (http://www.nyvagenealogy.homestead.com/) >

    09/28/2013 04:54:50
    1. Re: [Long Island, NY] mineola court house
    2. Kristina wrote: > question: how far back does mineola court records aka nassau co wills go? > i know the county was started in 1899 but do they have EARLIER wills, as i > am having no luck in queens and the people lived in baldwin. I can't answer these questions, but I can ask some that may help you. In what period are you looking? The very earliest wills were held in NYC or Albany. I do not know what Queens has, although what they have could well be held by the Municipal Archives in Manhattan, so you might want to look at that website. Some wills up through the Revolutionary period are summarized on Ancestry in digitized books - what percentage of wills that were extent when the book was done, and to what degree they were edited, are good questions I have yet to answer, but if the will you want is early enough, you may find it there. Not everyone wrote wills. Not even everyone with what you would think is enough property to make writing a will important wrote wills. There were other ways to convey wealth, and there were probably some people who just did not bother. The last stats I read were much lower than I would have expected. So unless you know for certain there is a will - like you have a letter or a living relative (or one who was alive at some point and had this conversation with you) that says something on the lines of "I was very surprised/angered/gratified/justified by the contents of Theophilus Q 's will when it was read last Tuesday" there may indeed not be one.. You could try checking newspapers, in that when there were hard to locate heirs, or, in the case of my family, some people you wanted to be sure you disappointed publically (probably so they would not come back and challenge the will later, or maybe just because your lawyer said so, I have no idea) notices were put in the papers to alert the heirs, and also notices were put in the papers that said things like "All those having a claim against the estate of Theophilus Q Gumdrop late of Red Hook, Brooklyn, should present themsevles" etc, etc. Also, if they lived in one place but had property/lived or had lived in other places, you should check those other places, as maybe there is a will in one of those jurisdictions. I hope this is some help. Theresa

    09/27/2013 02:14:31
    1. [Long Island, NY] mineola court house
    2. I tried the web site and did not find any answers, and i tried calling and got a recording that said to try again later, so i thought i'd ask the list, question: how far back does mineola court records aka nassau co wills go? i know the county was started in 1899 but do they have EARLIER wills, as i am having no luck in queens and the people lived in baldwin. 2. does anyone know the fees involved? thanks Kristina http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~vaprinc2/ http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~vanorfol/ _www.nyvagenealogy.homestead.com_ (http://www.nyvagenealogy.homestead.com/)

    09/27/2013 07:09:28
    1. [Long Island, NY] Additions to SAMPUBCO - wills and naturalizations
    2. W David Samuelsen
    3. Testators of wills: NY - New York co. (Manhattan) Vol. 106-120, 1002-1003 (1851-1868, 1914-1915) 1251 records Naturalizations: Spouses and children are included. ID - Minidoka Co. Vol 1 Petitions for Naturalizations (1913-1918) 432 individuals IL - Alexander Co. Vol 1 Declarations of Intent (1906-1929) 52 individuals - updated to include spouses and children ID - Bear Lake Vol 1-2 Petitions for Naturalizations (1907-1928) 553 individuals CA - San Mateo Vol. 1 Petitions for Naturalizations (1907) 116 individuals NY - Oneida Vol. 2 Petitions for Naturalizations (1909-1912) 826 individuals NY - New York co. Vol. 1 Petitions for Naturalizations (1907) 689 individuals Free browsing of lists. Many states/counties listed. http://www.sampubco.com

    09/25/2013 05:37:12
    1. [Long Island, NY] town of hempstead, DAR & SAR
    2. IF you ever thought about joining the DAR or SAR daughters of the american revolution or the sons of the american revolution, here's your chance: If your ancestor appears on pages 215-218 of this book http://books.google.com/books?id=jF1AAAAAYAAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs _ge_summary_r&hl=en#v=onepage&q&f=false and you can prove your lineage, and either way it's a fascinating book: There are hundreds of names on these pages, maybe your ancestor will be there too. Calendar of historical manuscripts, relating to the war of the revolution, in the office of the secretary of state albany ny vol. 1. Kristina http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~vaprinc2/ http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~vanorfol/ _www.nyvagenealogy.homestead.com_ (http://www.nyvagenealogy.homestead.com/)

    08/03/2013 01:31:34
    1. [Long Island, NY] New Data Base - The Troy Newspaper Project
    2. Bill & Cathy McGrath
    3. NOTE: These records are of interest to researchers outside of the Troy Area as they identify residences in numerous cities and towns throughout New York State as well as 17 other states and even 6 foreign countries. THE TROY NEWSPAPER PROJECT A multi volume Index of Death and Marriage Records transcribed from various Troy, NY newspapers A. The Troy New York Daily Whig for the years 1869 to March 1878 is the TENTH set of newspapers recently added to the Troy Irish Genealogy Website. You can view these records by going to the Troy Irish Genealogy website at: www.rootsweb.com/~nytigs/ and click on PROJECTS and then click on THE TROY NEWSPAPER PROJECT. B. There are 10,175 death records and 1,377 names on the reported marriages during this period. These records will be of great interest to genealogy researchers since the information in this data base predates the 1880 New York State law requiring the reporting of death and marriage records. These records may help with breaking down some of those "brick walls" that you have been struggling with. It should be noted that these records, like most of the TIGS data series, cover the general population in the area and are NOT restricted to Irish surnames. C. While 354 of the 1,377 marriage records showed no indication of residence, those records where the residence was reported are of interest to researchers outside of the Troy Area as they identify residences in numerous cities and towns throughout New York State as well as 17 other states and even 6 foreign countries. D. The 10 Troy Newspaper groupings added to the TIGS website cover 18,060 marriage names and 28,254 death records. Keep in mind that all these records predate New York State's recording of these vital statistics. E. A number of the names reported in the Troy newspapers cover individuals that were prominent in our country's Political, Business, Military and Religious history and some of these individuals are covered in the new section of the Troy Newspaper Project: Interesting Biographies - Names Reported In The Troy Papers. Regards, Bill McGrath TIGS Project Coordinator Clifton Park, NY

    05/19/2013 06:01:22
    1. [Long Island, NY] Irish-Language Mass at St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral
    2. Jim Garrity
    3. Irish-Language Mass at St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral Saturday, March 9th, 2013, at 12 noon at St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral on Mott Street between Prince and Houston streets in Manhattan. For the sixth consecutive year, the New York Irish History Roundtable, Glucksman Ireland House NYU, Sir Patrick Charities, and the Basilica of Saint Patrick’s Old Cathedral will celebrate an Irish-language Mass. The Mass will be celebrated by Fr. Andrew O’Connor of Holy Family Parish in the Bronx, and concelebrated by Monsignor Donald Sakano, pastor of Old St. Patrick’s. There will be Irish liturgical music by Cantor Paddy Connolly with accompaniment by Jared Lamenzo on the Cathedral's historic 1868 Erben organ. Following the Mass, the Washington Square Harp & Shamrock Orchestra will entertain the crowd with live ceili music and the Niall O'Leary School of Dance will perform. So, we will enjoy the Mass, followed by ceili (great music), craic (great conversation), dancing, Irish-American foods and soda bread, and refreshments. Come and join us to celebrate the Feast of Saint Patrick! You don't need to be Irish (or even Roman Catholic!) to enjoy our party! There is absolutely no charge to attend. Free-will contributions will be gratefully accepted. Jim Garrity New York Irish History Roundtable

    03/04/2013 03:32:23
    1. [Long Island, NY] St. Mary's Cemetery Interments, Troy, NY
    2. Bill & Cathy McGrath
    3. ANNOUNCING NEW DATABASE BOOK 4 - INTERMENT INDEX ST. MARY'S CEMETERY, TROY NEW YORK INTERMENT YEARS - April 1935 - November 1952 A. Book 4, part of a multi-volume set of Interment Records at St. Mary's Cemetery, Troy, NY, which includes 5,112 names, has now been added to the Troy Irish Genealogy website. You can view these interment records by going to the Troy Irish Genealogy website at: www.rootsweb.com/~nytigs/ click on TIGS PROJECTS and then click on ST. MARY'S CEMETERY, TROY, NY - INTERMENT RECORDS. B. This new data series of interment records list an individuals name, date of death and age at death. In a large number of records, the age is reported in years, months and days. Some entries without a date of death, are re-interments to or from another cemetery. It should be noted that these records, like most of the TIGS data series, cover the general population in the area and are NOT restricted to Irish surnames. C. Researchers having relatives with a CAPITAL DISTRICT area connection, will be interested in these on-line, name searchable, records of names of individuals who were interred in St. Mary's Cemetery in Troy, NY. If you live in a nearby county or even further away, you might want to check out these names. Take a look at the data base, you never know what you will find. D. The TIGS website has a PRINTABLE FORM that can be used to request more information from the Albany Diocesan Cemeteries. Mailing instructions and fees (only $5.00) are on the request form. Additional items that may be available from the full interment record may include: 1. LATE RESIDENCE: While many of the records in Book 4 show only the name of the city as the late residence, 1,348 of the records will show a house number and a Troy street address. 2. INTERMENT DATE: The date of interment in St. Mary's Cemetery may be another clue which will be helpful to genealogy and family researchers. 3. SECTION/LOT#: The section and lot number may be another clue which will be helpful to genealogy and family researchers. 4. UNDERTAKER: The name of the undertaker may be another clue which will be helpful to genealogy and family researchers. E. The following information on the 5,112 deaths will be of interest: 1. No age was reported for 208 names and 112 records were identified as "Still Born". 2. A breakdown of the other deaths by age groups shows: Under 1 year - 210 names. Age 1 to 10 - 95 names. Age 11 to 19 - 37 names. Age 20 to 29 - 114 names. Age 30 to 39 - 186 names. Age 40 to 49 - 355 names. Age 50 to 59 - 789 names. Age 60 to 69 - 1,261 names. Age 70 to 79 - 1,190 names. Age 80 to 89 - 489 names. Age 90 to 99 - 63 names. Age 100+ - 1 name. F. Nearly all of the 5,112 interment records showed some indication of residence. Those records will be of interest to researchers outside of the Troy Area as they identify residences in numerous cities and towns throughout New York State as well as 21 other states and Canada. While most of the records were for the Capital District Area, other areas throughout New York State were reported. Some specifics on residence information follow: 1. The following NYS locations had three or more records: Albany-136, Averill Park-4, Bethlehem-4, , Brunswick-31, Buffalo-3, Cohoes-42, Colonie-19, Cropsyville-3, East Greenbush-6, Glens Falls-8, Glenville-4, Grafton-3, Green Island-111, Hawthorne-3, Hoosick-4, Hudson-6, Marcy-3, Mechanicville-5, Menands-7, North Greenbush-107, Oneonta-4, Orangeburg-3, Petersburg-3, Pittstown-5, Plattsburgh-3, Poestenkill-9, Poughkeepsie-105, Rensselaer-4, Rochester-3, Rome-4, Sand Lake-14, Saratoga Springs-14, Schaghticoke-13, Schenectady-43, Syracuse-4, Troy-3,502 including 1,348 with street addresses, Utica-11, Voorheesville-5, Waterford-9, Watervliet-144 and Wynantskill-4. 2. The following NYS locations had 2 records: Cambridge, Canton, Castle Point, Center Brunswick, Chester, Claverack, Corinth, Groveland, Guilderland, Halfmoon, Ilion, Latham, Mount Pleasant, Niskayuna, North Elba, Oxford, Pleasantdale, Rotterdam and Saranac Lake. 3. The following NYS locations had 1 record: Altamont, Ballston Spa, Batavia, Bath, Beacon, Berlin, Brewster, Broadalbin, Eagle Mills, Elmira, Fort Edward, Grand island, Greenwich, Herkimer, Hoosick Falls, Hudson Falls, Kingston, Lake Placid, Loudonville, Lyons, Malta, Malvern, Melrose, Moreau, Ogdensburg, Oriskany, Penn Yan, Red Hook, Salem, Schodack, Schuylerville, St. Johnsville, Suffern, Tamarack, Valley Falls, Vienna, Webb, West Haverstraw, West Seneca and Wingdale. 4. For the New York City area, there were 97 records for Manhattan, 9 records for Brooklyn, 8 records for Queens, 1 record for the Bronx, 10 records for Westchester and 9 records for Long Island. Three records indicated "New York" so it is unclear if this meant New York State or New York City. 5. There were a number of records from the neighboring states of Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut and New Jersey. Connecticut has 8 records, Massachusetts had 12 records, Vermont had 8 and New Jersey had 22 records. 6. Residence was also indicated from the following states: Arkansas, Arizona, California, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia. 7. The only foreign country listed was Canada. 8. The following organizations (hospitals, nursing homes, religious institutions) were indicated as the residence; Albany Hospital-6, Leonard Hospital-30, Marshall's Sanitarium-5, McCarthy Rest Home-4, Nightingale Home-7, Samaritan Hospital-24, St. Mary's Hospital-6, St. Joseph's Maternity Hospital- 3, Troy Hospital-79, Home for the Aged-6, Sisters of the Good Shepherd-10, Little Sisters of the Poor-72 and the Welfare Home-13. 9. !3 Records were burials of Servicemen killed in Europe or the Pacific during World War II. G. There are now 17,009 interment records in the four Books of St. Mary's Cemetery records now on-line on the TIGS website. Book 5 of St. Mary's interments records is now being scanned. Hopefully you will find some of your ancestors listed in these interment records or in the 200,00 Irish and Non-Irish names in the various other data series on the Troy Irish Genealogy website. Regards, Bill McGrath TIGS Project Coordinator Clifton Park, NY

    01/14/2013 07:03:16
    1. [Long Island, NY] Welcome
    2. Wallpaper
    3. http://gamerpocket.com/temp/images/zycybjkuh.jpeg

    01/03/2013 02:19:32
    1. [Long Island, NY] George Hewlett of Long Island
    2. Folks, I am researching the George Hewletts of Hempstead, Long Island, New York. There were 3 George Hewletts, son, father, and grandfather, and probably others. The George Hewlett that died in 1788 was the father of my Emery Hewlett (1753-1830) who left Long Island and moved to Wayne County, New York where he died. Emery married Mary Ann Baker (1763-1824) in 1789. This may not have been his first marriage. Is there any authoritative work on these George Hewletts? Jim Otton

    11/29/2012 02:40:56
    1. [Long Island, NY] New York Sights - Off Topic Posting (Bill & Cathy McGrath)
    2. That is a wonderful list, thank you for sharing. Even for someone who is familiar with NYC and the sights, there are many I haven't visited nor knew the history of on your list. I am definitely going to bring it with me next time I go to the city. Susan Jaycox

    11/28/2012 01:55:02