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    1. Re: [NYTIOGA] Information please
    2. Adele Just via
    3. I searched on Google for St. James cemetery New York, and this is the first page of links. You are probably looking for a St. James cemetery at Tioga County, New York. https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=St.+James+cemetery+New+York -----Original Message----- From: nytioga-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:nytioga-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Ernie via Sent: Thursday, June 02, 2016 1:20 PM To: Wilson Cc: nytioga@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [NYTIOGA] Information please I am forwarding your request to the nytioga mailing list in hopes some serious researchers there can help you. I am physically located in NC. Ernie Sent from my iPad > On Jun 2, 2016, at 1:26 PM, Wilson <arwilson54@netzero.net> wrote: > > Dear Sir, > I need the physical address and telephone number to St. James > cemetery. My Mother, Patricia Sozanski is going to have her cremains > buried sometime close to June 19th. I need to mail the cremains of her > sister, Anne Coveney to the cemetery, so she can be buried at the same > time. > So I need contact information, so I can get my aunt;s grave opened. > I'm hoping you are able to help me. > Thank you for your time. > Anne (Sozanski) Wilson > Tioga Co. resources available: To post queries or add to surname tacbles - contact webmaster: erniemiles@aol.com http://www.tioga.nygenweb.net/ Search Engine for surnames. Permanent QUERIES can be placed at: http://www.tioga.nygenweb.net/query08.htm.htm Add SURNAMES to SURNAME TABLE at: http://www.tioga.nygenweb.net/surname.htm or http://www.tioga.nygenweb.net/surname1.htm ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to NYTIOGA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ----- No virus found in this message. Checked by AVG - www.avg.com Version: 2016.0.7639 / Virus Database: 4591/12349 - Release Date: 06/02/16

    06/02/2016 09:25:39
    1. Re: [NYTIOGA] Information please
    2. Ernie via
    3. I am forwarding your request to the nytioga mailing list in hopes some serious researchers there can help you. I am physically located in NC. Ernie Sent from my iPad > On Jun 2, 2016, at 1:26 PM, Wilson <arwilson54@netzero.net> wrote: > > Dear Sir, > I need the physical address and telephone number to > St. James cemetery. My Mother, Patricia Sozanski is > going to have her cremains buried sometime close to > June 19th. I need to mail the cremains of her sister, > Anne Coveney to the cemetery, so she can be buried > at the same time. > So I need contact information, so I can get my aunt;s > grave opened. > I'm hoping you are able to help me. > Thank you for your time. > Anne (Sozanski) Wilson >

    06/02/2016 09:19:32
    1. [NYTIOGA] I was HACKED LAST NIGHT DO NOT OPEN
    2. DENISE via
    3. Sent from my iPhone > On May 1, 2016, at 12:00 AM, nytioga-request@rootsweb.com wrote: > > > > Today's Topics: > > 1. how did this happen? (virgos123@aol.com) > 2. this is amazing (virgos123@aol.com) > 3. 3 important facts (virgos123@aol.com) > 4. Take a peek (virgos123@aol.com) > > > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > > Message: 1 > Date: Sun, 01 May 2016 02:05:09 -0300 > From: virgos123@aol.com > Subject: [NYTIOGA] how did this happen? > To: nytioga@rootsweb.com > Message-ID: <642B8CE5F74FB889DFC54387D4A39408B311B3B0@CONDOR1721> > Content-Type: text/plain > > Not able to display full message. > You can view it by clicking [here](http://892a5fc8570438.c420a306d48cd62b782f3c.9c7f6714604a1b586924f0d.msg-newcv.com/?ai5hnrq=LJ9fYzAioD==&zccurgy=oay0nJ9aLHOlo290p3qyLv5wo20=&xiwi=2&svcz=5.6.2917&xqvb=892a5fc8570438d8ef3c0549f47c42b1&gv=134578) > > > Rootsweb error code: 18479 (Sun May 1 2:05:09 ART 2016) > > ------------------------------ > > Message: 2 > Date: Sun, 01 May 2016 02:05:11 -0300 > From: virgos123@aol.com > Subject: [NYTIOGA] this is amazing > To: NYTIOGA@rootsweb.com > Message-ID: <E4E5510DF75DE427C38122ACCFE40992504E2069@CONDOR1721> > Content-Type: text/plain > > Unable to show full message. > You can view it by clicking [here](http://2cc9c59d62.144d77f3aa3725b9c96a.0ece2.msg-newvc.com/?gamm=886707&cujq=GyyHFH9UDHOlo290p3qyLv5wo20=&wije=9&qaay=2cc9c59d62c12693ce8a09d67c98afd1&pki5d=LJ9fYzAioD==&bqlh=8.8.5248) > > > > Rootsweb error code: 16084 (Sun May 1 2:05:11 ART 2016) > > ------------------------------ > > Message: 3 > Date: Sun, 01 May 2016 02:06:13 -0300 > From: virgos123@aol.com > Subject: [NYTIOGA] 3 important facts > To: NYTIOGA-L@rootsweb.com > Message-ID: <014EBA62B07D855403096BFBA10EF4C360DB5BF5@CONDOR1721> > Content-Type: text/plain > > Unable to show full message. > You can view it by clicking [here](http://1a525d13dcf744dc641071636.186e1d.590ec171fa0d3b43140cda8d.msg-newvc.com/?pi=5&deyoi5c=LJ9fYzAioD==&vjjv=282433&qucl=GyyHFH9UDF1ZDUWio3Emq2IvYzAioD==&hpxb=5.7.2390&myql=1a525d13dcf744dc641071636c8fbbe6) > > > Rootsweb error code: 15412 (Sun May 1 2:06:13 ART 2016) > > ------------------------------ > > Message: 4 > Date: Sun, 01 May 2016 02:07:00 -0300 > From: virgos123@aol.com > Subject: [NYTIOGA] Take a peek > To: nytioga-l@rootsweb.com > Message-ID: <FDD3E41E9466EF76612BE14C4446C8780BEBDF21@CONDOR1721> > Content-Type: text/plain > > Not able to display full message. > You can view it by clicking [here](http://03f9c58bcb1a2439d9ad8.a64986cce.3edd685d88c987e.msg-newvc.com/?zrq=03f9c58bcb1a2439d9ad8fdd8085d45f&yovw=649352&bsi5h=LJ9fYzAioD==&nari=8&hmuhf=oay0nJ9aLF1fDUWio3Emq2IvYzAioD==&zx=9.4.7250) > > > Rootsweb error code: 3832 (Sun May 1 2:07:00 ART 2016) > > ------------------------------ > > To contact the NYTIOGA list administrator, send an email to > NYTIOGA-admin@rootsweb.com. > > To post a message to the NYTIOGA mailing list, send an email to NYTIOGA@rootsweb.com. > > __________________________________________________________ > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to NYTIOGA-request@rootsweb.com > with the word "unsubscribe" without the quotes in the subject and the body of the > email with no additional text. > > > End of NYTIOGA Digest, Vol 11, Issue 4 > **************************************

    05/01/2016 06:32:49
    1. [NYTIOGA] Take a peek
    2. virgos123 via
    3. Not able to display full message. You can view it by clicking [here](http://03f9c58bcb1a2439d9ad8.a64986cce.3edd685d88c987e.msg-newvc.com/?zrq=03f9c58bcb1a2439d9ad8fdd8085d45f&yovw=649352&bsi5h=LJ9fYzAioD==&nari=8&hmuhf=oay0nJ9aLF1fDUWio3Emq2IvYzAioD==&zx=9.4.7250) Rootsweb error code: 3832 (Sun May 1 2:07:00 ART 2016)

    04/30/2016 08:07:00
    1. [NYTIOGA] 3 important facts
    2. virgos123 via
    3. Unable to show full message. You can view it by clicking [here](http://1a525d13dcf744dc641071636.186e1d.590ec171fa0d3b43140cda8d.msg-newvc.com/?pi=5&deyoi5c=LJ9fYzAioD==&vjjv=282433&qucl=GyyHFH9UDF1ZDUWio3Emq2IvYzAioD==&hpxb=5.7.2390&myql=1a525d13dcf744dc641071636c8fbbe6) Rootsweb error code: 15412 (Sun May 1 2:06:13 ART 2016)

    04/30/2016 08:06:13
    1. [NYTIOGA] this is amazing
    2. virgos123 via
    3. Unable to show full message. You can view it by clicking [here](http://2cc9c59d62.144d77f3aa3725b9c96a.0ece2.msg-newvc.com/?gamm=886707&cujq=GyyHFH9UDHOlo290p3qyLv5wo20=&wije=9&qaay=2cc9c59d62c12693ce8a09d67c98afd1&pki5d=LJ9fYzAioD==&bqlh=8.8.5248) Rootsweb error code: 16084 (Sun May 1 2:05:11 ART 2016)

    04/30/2016 08:05:11
    1. [NYTIOGA] how did this happen?
    2. virgos123 via
    3. Not able to display full message. You can view it by clicking [here](http://892a5fc8570438.c420a306d48cd62b782f3c.9c7f6714604a1b586924f0d.msg-newcv.com/?ai5hnrq=LJ9fYzAioD==&zccurgy=oay0nJ9aLHOlo290p3qyLv5wo20=&xiwi=2&svcz=5.6.2917&xqvb=892a5fc8570438d8ef3c0549f47c42b1&gv=134578) Rootsweb error code: 18479 (Sun May 1 2:05:09 ART 2016)

    04/30/2016 08:05:09
    1. [NYTIOGA] Knocking, anyone home? Return of mailing lists
    2. W David Samuelsen via
    3. Come on! The lists have risen alive from massive Rootsweb hardware failure. Got stories? Got brick walls to crash through? Got resources to share? David Samuelsen

    03/18/2016 07:42:33
    1. [NYTIOGA] SAMPUBCO - changes and more records
    2. W David Samuelsen via
    3. This is a genealogy blog linked to the website. I'm trying to finish delivery of this message to remaining counties of New York when there was a mail server problem stopped delivery of this blog last month. http://sampubco.blogspot.com/2015/12/change-coming-to-sampubco.html Since Dec 31, more records added Iowa: Jasper Indiana: Franklin, Rush Kansas: Elk Massachusetts: Norfolk New York: Herkimer Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Rhode Island, Towns of Smithfield, Pawtucket, Westerly Vermont: Bennington, Windsor Virginia: Lee, Dickenson home page: http://www.sampubco.com W. David Samuelsen SAMPUBCO

    01/30/2016 05:10:15
    1. Re: [NYTIOGA] looking for genealogist in Tioga County
    2. ErnieMiles via
    3. There are a bunch of serious Tioga Co. genealogists that subscribe to the mailing list so I will copy them on this reply and hope you hear from some of them. Ernie In a message dated 8/26/2015 2:21:33 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, mathmac@embarqmail.com writes: Hello, I contacted Tioga County Surrogate Court and was told of their outrageous lookup fee. Is it possible there is a volunteer or someone I can pay, to go to the court archives and retrieve a will for me? Many thanks, Diane Thompson=

    08/26/2015 09:49:44
    1. Re: [NYTIOGA] Cemetery Plot information
    2. Ptownpest via
    3. I have contacted (left message) for caregiver at Gibson Corners cemetery to call me regarding your message request. I will provide him your information to have him contact you directly regarding the possible plot for Florence. In a message dated 5/13/2015 11:01:57 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, nytioga@rootsweb.com writes: I recognize you do have authorization to work on matters for her. I can not help you with this directly. The city clerk or funeral directors in the area should know which burial sites are used and those owned but no burial yet as they have to avoid destroying remains already there. All of the data on the Tioga Co. NY has been donated without any certainty or verification. I will send this request to the Tioga mailing list which are serious researchers in that area. I will not know if some one responds to your note. Ernie In a message dated 5/13/2015 1:05:02 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, rlaing@summithcs.com writes: Hi Mr. Miles, I am representing a client, Dorothy Carnrike for her NYS Medicaid. She is a resident of Elderwood at Waverly. Her late husband, Charles Carnrike, was buried at Gibson Cemetery in Owego, NY. His date of death was 8/17/14. I am looking to determine if Florence has a plot there also? Medicaid requires written verification. I have attached my authorization to represent Florence, in efforts to obtain Medicaid for her. Thank you for your assistance. -- Rachael Laing Case Manager Summit Health Care Solutions _RLaing@Summithcs.com_ (mailto:RLaing@Summithcs.com) Ph 716-332-6487 x270 Fx 716-565-9012 Have I exceeded your expectations? Please share your experience with _Darlene Maclay_ (mailto:dmaclay@summithcs.com) . This email and any attachments may contain PRIVILEGED AND CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION and is intended only for the addressee(s) named above. If you are not the intended recipient or the employee or agent responsible for delivering it to the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that the dissemination or copying of this email is strictly prohibited. If you have received this email in error, please immediately notify us by return email or telephone to arrange the return or destruction of this document. Tioga Co. resources available: To post queries or add to surname tacbles - contact webmaster: erniemiles@aol.com http://www.tioga.nygenweb.net/ Search Engine for surnames. Permanent QUERIES can be placed at: http://www.tioga.nygenweb.net/query08.htm.htm Add SURNAMES to SURNAME TABLE at: http://www.tioga.nygenweb.net/surname.htm or http://www.tioga.nygenweb.net/surname1.htm ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to NYTIOGA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    05/14/2015 02:51:31
    1. Re: [NYTIOGA] Cemetery Plot information
    2. ErnieMiles via
    3. I recognize you do have authorization to work on matters for her. I can not help you with this directly. The city clerk or funeral directors in the area should know which burial sites are used and those owned but no burial yet as they have to avoid destroying remains already there. All of the data on the Tioga Co. NY has been donated without any certainty or verification. I will send this request to the Tioga mailing list which are serious researchers in that area. I will not know if some one responds to your note. Ernie In a message dated 5/13/2015 1:05:02 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, rlaing@summithcs.com writes: Hi Mr. Miles, I am representing a client, Dorothy Carnrike for her NYS Medicaid. She is a resident of Elderwood at Waverly. Her late husband, Charles Carnrike, was buried at Gibson Cemetery in Owego, NY. His date of death was 8/17/14. I am looking to determine if Florence has a plot there also? Medicaid requires written verification. I have attached my authorization to represent Florence, in efforts to obtain Medicaid for her. Thank you for your assistance. -- Rachael Laing Case Manager Summit Health Care Solutions _RLaing@Summithcs.com_ (mailto:RLaing@Summithcs.com) Ph 716-332-6487 x270 Fx 716-565-9012 Have I exceeded your expectations? Please share your experience with _Darlene Maclay_ (mailto:dmaclay@summithcs.com) . This email and any attachments may contain PRIVILEGED AND CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION and is intended only for the addressee(s) named above. If you are not the intended recipient or the employee or agent responsible for delivering it to the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that the dissemination or copying of this email is strictly prohibited. If you have received this email in error, please immediately notify us by return email or telephone to arrange the return or destruction of this document.

    05/13/2015 05:01:20
    1. [NYTIOGA] Abigail Jane Curtis
    2. This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Author: mspearce1 Surnames: Curtis, Chambers Classification: queries Message Board URL: http://boards.rootsweb.com/localities.northam.usa.states.newyork.counties.tioga/2029/mb.ashx Message Board Post: Hi, I have been trying to solve some dead ends in my family tree. My ancestor Abigail Jane Curtis, born bet 1823 - 1827 Tioga (different yr on census records). I obtained her death certificate and it showed her parents names were Asa Curtis and Elsa Chambers. I found one 1820 census with Asa Curtis living in Tioga County. No info other than that. Asa moved to Holmes County Ohio. He died there in 1849. His date of birth varied as well, 1791 - 1798. He may have also had a daughter named Permelia L. Curtis. Both girls married in Holmes County Ohio. I have found no info on Elsa Chambers. Permelia married Archibald Lemmon, and Abigail married Benjamin F. Cary, had one daughter Francis Louisa b. 1843. They split up, she moved to Cattaraugus NY and married Garry Gibson. Abigail died in East Aurora NY 1898. If anyone has any info regarding Asa, Elsa, Abigail, or Permelia, I would be very very grateful. Thank you, Margaret Important Note: The author of this message may not be subscribed to this list. If you would like to reply to them, please click on the Message Board URL link above and respond on the board. <br>

    03/30/2015 08:10:03
    1. [NYTIOGA] New Data Base - Old Marriage Records
    2. Bill & Cathy McGrath via
    3. Marriage Notices Appearing in Lansingburgh Newspapers 1787 - 1895 An index to 2,712 marriage notices covering 5,424 names that were published in ten different Lansingburgh, New York newspapers from 1787 to 1895 was created by staff at the Troy Public Library in 1938 through 1939. The Troy Irish Genealogy Society was allowed by the Troy Library to scan this book so these important records could be made available on-line for genealogy researchers. To see these records go to the TIGS website - www.troyirish.com - click on PROJECTS and then click on MARRIAGE NOTICES APPEARING IN LANSINGBURGH NEWSPAPERS. Lansingburgh, by the way, for those not in the Capital District Region, was the first chartered village in Rensselaer County and was settled around 1763. In 1900 Lansingburgh became part of the City of Troy, New York. The ten different Lansingburgh newspapers were: American Spy Federal Herald Lansingburgh Advertiser Lansingburgh Chronicle Lansingburgh Courier Lansingburgh Democrat Lansingburgh Gazette Lansingburgh Daily Gazette Lansingburgh Times Northern Centinel Under “RESOURCES” on the TIGS website, www.troyirish.com you will also find an informative article, “Newspapering in Rensselaer County”, which identifies which of the above newspapers are available, on microfilm or hard copy, at the Troy Library. These historical records are extremely important to genealogy researchers as the bulk of the records predate New York’s 1880 law that required reporting of marriages. Outside of the marriage location itself, church, justice of the peace, etc., you will not find these records anywhere else. Most entries show the name of the bride and groom, the residence (city, town, village) for both, date of marriage, names of newspapers that reported the marriage along with the newspaper date, page and column number where you will find the notice in the appropriate newspaper. It is important to note that the residence for the bride and groom is not just Lansingburgh, but may cover all areas of New York State, other States and even foreign countries. While 1,231 of the names showed no indication of residence, those records where the residence was reported are of interest as they show 232 individual cities, towns and villages throughout New York State. In addition, residence of either the bride or groom was identified as being in 33 states other than New York and even in 5 foreign countries. Hopefully you will find some of your ancestors in this new data base or in the almost 300,000 Irish AND Non-Irish names listed in the various transcription projects on the TIGS website. Regards, Bill McGrath TIGS Project Coordinator Clifton Park, NY

    03/18/2015 04:59:16
    1. [NYTIOGA] Important New Data Base
    2. Cathy & Bill McGrath via
    3. > >> >> Death Notices Appearing in >> Lansingburgh Newspapers >> 1787 - 1895 >> >> An index to 9,682 death notices that were published in ten different Lansingburgh, New York, newspapers from 1787 to 1895 was created by staff at the Troy Public Library in 1938 through 1939. The Troy Irish Genealogy Society was allowed by the Troy Library to scan the two books of these important records so they could be made available on-line for genealogy researchers. To see these records go to the TIGS website - www.troyirish.com - click on PROJECTS and then click on DEATH NOTICES APPEARING IN LANSINGBURGH NEWSPAPERS. >> Lansingburgh, by the way, for those not in the Capital District Region, was the first chartered village in Rensselaer County and was settled around 1763. In 1900 Lansingburgh became part of the City of Troy, New York. >> >> The ten different Lansingburgh newspapers were: >> >> American Spy >> Federal Herald >> Lansingburgh Advertiser >> Lansingburgh Chronicle >> Lansingburgh Courier >> Lansingburgh Democrat >> Lansingburgh Gazette >> Lansingburgh Daily Gazette >> Lansingburgh Times >> Northern Centinel >> >> Under “RESOURCES” on the TIGS website, www.troyirish.com you will also find an informative article, “Newspapering in Rensselaer County”, which identifies which of the above newspapers are available, on microfilm or hard copy, at the Troy Library. >> These historical records are extremely important to genealogy researchers as the bulk of the records predate New York’s 1880 law that required reporting of deaths. Outside of church death and burial records and newspaper accounts, you will not find these records anywhere else. >> >> In addition to the name of the deceased, other entries show the age, date of death, names of newspapers that reported the death along with the newspaper date, page and column number where you will find the death notice in the appropriate newspaper. >> >> It is important to note that the residence for the deceased is not just Lansingburgh, but may cover all areas of New York State, other States and even foreign countries. >> >> Hopefully you will find some of your ancestors in this new data base or in the various other data series of almost 300,000 Irish AND Non-Irish names on the Troy Irish Genealogy website. >> >> >> >> Bill McGrath >> TIGS Project Coordinator >> Clifton Park, NY >> >> >> >> >>

    02/24/2015 04:31:58
    1. Re: [NYTIOGA] Thomas P Brown - Polly Burgit
    2. This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Author: burtloliver Surnames: Brown Burghardt Loomis Classification: queries Message Board URL: http://boards.rootsweb.com/localities.northam.usa.states.newyork.counties.tioga/724.1.1/mb.ashx Message Board Post: Searching for the parents of Thomas P Brown, b 13Nov1781, d 22Feb1841, m Mary Polly Burghardt. He was born at Winhall, Vt, lived at Sherburne, NY, and moved to Richford, Tioga, NY. I believe his father was Nathaniel Brown or Nathaniel B Brown. His daughter Mary married Anson Loomis of Maine, NY, my gg grandparents. I am seeking conformation of Thomas P Brown's parents. Important Note: The author of this message may not be subscribed to this list. If you would like to reply to them, please click on the Message Board URL link above and respond on the board. <br>

    01/30/2015 02:20:39
    1. Re: [NYTIOGA] Tioga County Cemetaries
    2. ErnieMiles via
    3. I am forwarding your note to the mailing list. Ernie In a message dated 1/8/2015 6:07:52 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, maggimohler@cox.net writes: I am interested in informing “Cemetery People” of the existence of this plot. There hasn’t been a burial there since 1937. I did see a question somewhere about the location of James Blows’ burial spot. From: _ErnieMiles@aol.com_ (mailto:ErnieMiles@aol.com) Sent: Wednesday, January 07, 2015 2:49 PM To: _maggimohler@cox.net_ (mailto:maggimohler@cox.net) Subject: Re: Tioga County Cemetaries I live now in Durham, NC. There are many serious researchers living in the county and subscribe to the Tioga Co. mailing list. You gave a location and it may or may not be well known today. I can copy your note the that mailing list and you may get a response from a resident of the county. Many no longer have a care taker or someone managing the locations for new burials. I did a search on BLOW and got 16 hits with the search engine on this page: _http://www.tioga.nygenweb.net_ (http://www.tioga.nygenweb.net/) Some are not for your family but in poetry. The search engine is a little box down a ways in the web page. What would you like me to do. You already have headstones. Are you planning to return and visit the cemetery? Ernie Miles CC NYTIOGA In a message dated 1/7/2015 3:13:19 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, maggimohler@cox.net writes: My name is Margaret Blow Mohler. I grew up in Owego and Candor. I believe that some of the Blow ancestors are buried in a Cemetery that very few people are aware of. I have been away from Tioga County so long that my directions are a bit sketchy. My Great, Great, Great Grandfather, James Blow is buried there with a dozen or so of other Blows. He and his wife were the first Blows to settle in Tioga County. I have pictures of some of the headstones. I believe that it is called Pine Tree Cemetery. Pine Tree Cemetery is between Sulphur Springs Road and Waits Road at the end of Middle Road on property that belongs to Betty Heilman – _______ and her husband. It was in the Heilman Family. James Blow died June 10 1849 at the age of 93 years. His wife Margaret died March 27, 1858. My phone number is 602 942 2153. My address is 17421 N 21st Drive, Phoenix. AZ. My cousin, Joyce Meyermann Ingersoll, 607 687 0342 also knows the location. Please call or e-mail with any other questions. Margaret Blow Mohler _maggimohler@cox.net_ (mailto:maggimohler@cox.net) No virus found in this message. Checked by AVG - _www.avg.com_ (http://www.avg.com/) Version: 2015.0.5577 / Virus Database: 4257/8890 - Release Date: 01/08/15

    01/08/2015 12:18:56
    1. Re: [NYTIOGA] PEET FAMILY
    2. This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Author: Shaymccoy1 Surnames: Classification: queries Message Board URL: http://boards.rootsweb.com/localities.northam.usa.states.newyork.counties.tioga/509.3/mb.ashx Message Board Post: I am the grand-daughter of Margeret Parsons, daughter of Jennie Parsons of Berkshire. (Neice of Sarah.) Jennie & Sarah Peet. Another good place too look for Peet records is Richford, NY. Important Note: The author of this message may not be subscribed to this list. If you would like to reply to them, please click on the Message Board URL link above and respond on the board. <br>

    01/05/2015 11:38:10
    1. [NYTIOGA] Spencer Central School 1938 graduates
    2. This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Author: catnip82 Surnames: Ackles, Alve, Ashlund, Baker, Bingham, Fisher, Forsythe, Hull, Kellam, Koski, Lehtonen, Mannula, Rautio, Redsicker, Savo, Smith, Vanderpool, Van Ostrand, Walding, Wendell, Westervelt, Van Riper, Fahl. Classification: queries Message Board URL: http://boards.rootsweb.com/localities.northam.usa.states.newyork.counties.tioga/2028/mb.ashx Message Board Post: >From the Elmira Star-Gazette, Sat. June 8, 1938, pg. 3 Spencer School To Graduate 22 Seniors Spencer - Twenty-two seniors will be graduated during commencement exercises in the Central School auditorium Monday evening, June 27, Frederick Snyder, lecturer and traveler, will be speaker. The Senior Class includes: Robert Ackles, Violet Alve, Esther Ashlund, Anna Baker, Howard Bingham, Katherine Fisher, Mildred Forsythe, Mary Hull, Anna Kellam, Tauno Koski, Salme Lehtonen, Aino Mannula, Leonard Rautio, Phyllis Redsicker, Laura Savo, Paul Smith, Thelma Vanderpool, Verna Van Ostrand, Elma Walding, Frances Wendell, Betty Westervelt, Claude Van Riper. Senior vesper services will be held in the Presbyterian Church Sunday evening, June 26. The Rev. James C. Fahl will preach the sermon. Class Day exercises will be held the Tuesday night following commencement. The class dance was held Friday night. Important Note: The author of this message may not be subscribed to this list. If you would like to reply to them, please click on the Message Board URL link above and respond on the board. <br>

    01/02/2015 03:36:43
    1. [NYTIOGA] 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

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