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3 edition of story of our family in New York State, 1766 to 1907. found in the catalog.

story of our family in New York State, 1766 to 1907.

Elizabeth W. Olmsted

story of our family in New York State, 1766 to 1907.

by Elizabeth W. Olmsted

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Published by E.W. Olmsted in [S.l.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New York (State)
    • Subjects:
    • Olmstead family.,
    • New York (State) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCT274.O45 O45
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[97] leaves :
      Number of Pages97
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3848708M
      LC Control Number81166196

      History of the Jay Estate Childhood Home of John Jay. Of America's seven most notable Founding Fathers - George Washington, John Adams, Jay, Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison - Jay alone was a native of New York State. He was raised in Rye from 3 months at what he called the "Family Seat" a acre ( ha) farm Architect: Edwin Bishop with influences by .   Ephraim and Sarah (Campbell) Rolfe moved to Ulysses, Seneca County, New York in about and are buried in Tompkins County [1]. It is probable that Mulford and Betsy (Rolfe) Martin went with them because their daughter, Sarah Martin, born in , married John Putman in Seneca County, New York in about , and had their children in nearby.

      Historical exhibit of New York State at Jamestown Exposition, Norfolk, Va., April December 1, ‎ (49 F) History of the One hundred and twenty-fourth regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers in the war of the rebellion () ‎ (11 F).   In , my grandfather, Gaetano Bongiorno, came to New York from the Lipari Islands, off the coast of Sicily. He was a young man of 18, serious and somewhat stolid but also strong and hardworking.

      Later the Vestry Book records that the new division gave to Fairfax Parish tithables, leaving in Truro. This paper shows that at the first election, in , Col. Washington was elected a Vestryman of the first Fairfax Parish, he being, for the moment, a resident therein. The Irving family settled in Manhattan, and were part of the city's merchant class. Washington was born on April 3, , the same week that New York City residents learned of the British ceasefire which ended the American 's mother named him after George Washington. Irving met his namesake at age 6, when George Washington was living in New Resting place: Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, New York.


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