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Major Surnames from LI History
Historicial Society "The
|NEW Resource - Account
Nostrand: (Chairmaker 1767) Sexton for
grave digging, bell ringing, pall and
attendings at the Grace Episcopal Church of
Jamaica, LI, NY 1773-1820; copied by Josephine
C. Frost. The book contains dates of graves to
be dug and bells to be rung to toll for the
death of someone as he wrote down details.
York of Yesterday - A
Descriptive Narrative of Old Bloomingdale
by Hooper Striker Mott 1908. Vital
Records for New York City Section ONLY
Island Genealogies" by Mary Powell
of Long Island Families - Compiled by
Charles J Werner, mainly from the records
left by Benjamin F Thompson, Historian of
Long Island. Contains a Collection of
Genealogies relating to the following Long
Island Families: Dickerson, Mitchell,
Wickham, Carman, Raynor, Rushmore, Satterly,
Hawkins, Arthur Smith, Mills, Howard, Lush,
The Winding Stretches Of The Beautiful
Shore Road [From: Bunker, Mary Powell
"Long Island Genealogies" [originally
published 1895 republished by Charles E.
Tuttle Co., Rutland, VT:1988 pgs. 350
American Quaker Genealogy, Vol.
NY City & LI 1657 -
|Sketches from local
history - Bridgehampton,
N.Y., 1935, Halsey, William Donaldson,
Southold & Its People in Revolutionary Days - Wayland Jefferson
|The Darling Family in America - The Darling family in America : early settlers prior to 1800. New York: W.M. Clemens, 1913, 31 pgs.|
by Robert Nelson Corwin
|Stories of old Long Island - Rockville Centre, N.Y., Paumanok Press, c1934, Jackson, Birdsall, 239 pgs.|
|History of the colony of New Haven - before and after the union with Connecticut : containing a particular description of the towns which composed that government, viz., New Haven, Milford, Guilford, Branford, Stamford, & Southold, L.I., with a notice of the towns which have been set off from "the original six" New Haven Conn.: Hitchcock & Stafford, 1838, Lambert, Edward R 232 pgs.|
|The Salmon records
- a private register of marriages and
deaths of the residents of the town of
Southold, Suffolk County, N.Y., and of
persons more or less closely associated with
that place : 1696-1811 Authors:
William Salmon, William A. Robbins,
City of Publication: New York
Publisher: New York Genealogical
and Biographical Society Date:
1918, 115 pgs.
of Southold, LI - Personal index
prior to 1698, and index of 1698 By Charles
B. Moore New York: 1868
|The plains of
Long Island Albany N.Y.-
Printed by C. Van Benthuysen, 1860, Watson,
Winslow C 23 pgs.
statistics - other than death
and marriage notices taken from the
"Brooklyn Eagle" Gertrude A. Barber,
1963, 229 pgs.
|Long Island and
New York in olden times - being
newspaper extracts and historical sketches
Jamaica, L.I. N.Y.,: Onderdonk, Henry, 1851,
miscellanies relating to Long Island
- Huntington, Long Island N.Y. 1917,
76 pgs. CONTENTS: The Schenck
homestead at Mill Island, Flatlands,
Carpenter's Tavern at Jamaica, Horse-racing
at Hempstead in the olden days, William S.
Mount and his art, The Thompson homestead at
|Suffolk County New York Deaths - Deaths taken from the daily "The Republican Watchman" Copied and compiled from the original newspapers by Gertrude A. Barber, Greenport, Suffolk County, New York 625 pages - available as three smaller downloads containing abt 200 pages each - SECT 1 SECT 2 SECT 3|
|Landmarks on the Montauk Highway - and Long Island directory with map Brooklyn, N.Y., 1925, Armbruster, Eugene L., 49 pgs.|
of Suffolk County, N.Y.-
taken from the "Republican Watchman," a
newspaper published at Greenport, N.Y.
Author: Gertrude A. Barber Length: 441
|Eastern Long Island
almanac and guidebook -
containing not only astronomical and tide
facts but an abundance of striking
information about the north and south
"flukes" of eastern Long Island, profusely
illustrated New York: The Committee, 1934,
|Long Island : its
early days and development Brooklyn,
N.Y. - Brooklyn Daily
Eagle, c1914, Armbruster, Eugene L.
|The land of Home
Sweet Home - stories of
old Long Island, where the cottage "Home
Sweet Home" still stands in East Hampton
Sayville, N.Y., Sayville Press, 1940,
Denton, Marjorie A.126 pgs.
|The hurricane of
1938 on eastern Long Island -
Bridgehampton, Long Island N.Y.: Hampton
Press, 1939, Clowes, Ernest S. 107
|Long Island Colonial
Patents - by Frederick Van Wyck
Originally published in Boston, 1935 200
pages CONTENTS: The Patents Generally,
Several Fisheries, The Long Island
Fisheries, NY Colonial Statutes, Easthampton
Patents, Flatlands Patents, Hempstead
Patents, Smithtown Patents, The Southold
patent, Two manhattan Patents.
|The Ferry Road on
Long Island New York - 1919,
Armbruster, Eugene L., 40 pgs.
|Historic Long Island History and Genealogy - Author: Rufus R. Wilson Originally published in New York, 1902 360 pages CONTENTS: Ancient Long Island, The five Dutch towns, The Puritan colonies, A period of storm and stress, The reign of Stuyvesant, Dutch days and ways, A change of rulers, The later English governors, The revolution and after, When Brooklyn was a village, The whalers of Suffolk, Queens and its worthies, The second war with England, The island in the Civil War, Making the greater city, The higher life of Brooklyn, Some island landmarks|