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New York Essays: Resources for the Genealogist in New York State Outside New York City

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This book collects in one place a series of essays about New York that Marian S. Henry wrote for the NEHGS website, www.NewenglandAncetors.org. Updated for 2007, the 29 essays cover a wide range of genealogical and historical topics, from how to find primary sources and obtain vital records in New York State, to summaries of land purchases and settlements, to the stories o ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published 1007 by New England Historic Genealogical Society
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Roberta
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judging mostly by the essay "Early Nineteenth-Century Welsh Immigrants in Upper New York State" because it is a subject that I already know something about. Based on the description of a Welsh community in the town of Freedom, NY, found in Franklin Ellis’, History of Cattaraugus County, New York, Philadelphia, 1879, on page 392:
“In 1841, Robert Williams, John Higgins, Thomas Rees, Daniel Morgans, H. O. Roberts, John Lewis, and others came in from Oneida Co., N. Y., and formed the
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