10 edition of Revolutionary War veterans, Chenango County, New York found in the catalog.
|Statement||Nelson B. Tiffany ; sponsored by Chenango County Historical Society.|
|Contributions||Chenango County Historical Society.|
|LC Classifications||F127.C76 T54 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v. (, 1225 p.) :|
|Number of Pages||1225|
|ISBN 10||0788409131, 078840914X, 0788409425, 0788409433|
|LC Control Number||98229293|
Looking for any information on Warren ROGERS. Believe he may have lived in Chenango County in approximately + Moved to and married in the Redwood area of New York at a later date. It is believed that he was born in (place unknown) Could be either Scotland or England. Any information would be extremely helpful. Many Thanks for the :// This week in New York’s American Revolution History September 9, – Selah Squires, Binghamton, New York pioneer, born in Norwalk, Connecticut Selah Squires, future Revolutionary War
National Archives - WWII Army Casualties: Columbia County, New York National Archives - WWII Army Casualties: Columbia County, New York (con't) NYGenWeb Project - 10th Albany Militia Regiment (Livingston Manor & Germantown) USGenNet - Civil War Veterans from Columbia County, New York USGenNet - Revolutionary War from Columbia County, New Source: "History of Chenango and Madison Counties, New York", Volume One; by James H. Smith, Published by D. Mason & Co. () NOTE: We've altered the format of the original to include the numerous footnotes after the item it is referencing instead of placing all the footnotes at the bottom of the pages. History of Chenango County Chapter
The data for the study is drawn largely from the Revolutionary War pension applications and associated papers and reports and supplemented by state and local records.2 A preliminary study of the mobility of s Revolutionary War veterans from across the country revealed that, in the years after the war, more than half the pensioners (54 Most French and Indian War grants were in the region of the upper Hudson River. In , Revolutionary War veterans were issued land by lottery in the Finger Lakes region of central New York (28 townships in the present counties of Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca, Cortland, Oswego, Wayne, Schuyler, and Tompkins). Many men sold their grants and never
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ne of my discoveries at the New York State Library in Albany a few weeks ago was a set of books entitled Revolutionary War Veterans Chenango County-New York.(1) In Volume IV, I found my 5 th great grandfather SAMPSON SPAULDING.
This book gave me a wonderful summary of Sampson’s military service as well as the vital statistics concerning his life and those of his wife and Condition: New. The first edition of vital records concerning the Revolutionary War veterans of Chenango County, New York.
It lists veterans with names that begin with letters A and B. Additional sections in this volume discuss: pension legislation, Revolutionary War battles, and Chenango County burial grounds.
pp., illus., :// The veterans of Chenango County, New York, were quite active in their respective communities. They served their nation faithfully, with distinction and valor in war, and brought home to Chenango a sense of pride. They truly merit a place in Revolutionary War-era history.
This is the second of four volumes of vital records concerning the The veterans of Chenango County, New York, were quite active in their respective communities.
They served their nation faithfully, with distinction and valor in war, New York book brought home to Chenango a sense of pride. They truly merit a place in Revolutionary War-era :// Get this from a library. Revolutionary War veterans, Chenango County, New York.
[Nelson B Tiffany; Chenango County Historical Society.] They truly merit a place in Revolutionary Chenango County history. This is the second of four volumes of vital records concerning the Revolutionary War veterans of Chenango County, New New York book.
It covers veterans with surnames that begin with letters C through tionary War Veterans, Chenango County, New York, Volume II, C-H (Paperback) Revolutionary War Veterans, Chenango County, New York, Volume I, A-B - Nelson B. Tiffany. During the s the state government of New York was zealously working towards acquiring the title to the land which would later become Chenango :// Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Revolutionary War Veterans, Chenango County, New York: Volume I, A-B by Nelson B.
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Veterans' discharge records have been filed with county clerks sinceand some have been microfilmed. National Guard World War I New York State Archives; J. Leslie :// Revolutionary War Veterans, Chenango County, New York Nelson B. Tiffany Index of Names Appearing in the History of Chenango and Madison Counties John J.
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Revolutionary War Veterans, Chenango County, New York, Volume III, › Books › History › Americas. BIRTH PLACE Abigail Afton,NY Aged allowed pension application dated application executed B-Apr B-Aug B-Dec B-Feb B-Jan B-Jul B-Jun B-Mar B-May B-Nov B-Oct B-Sep Bainbridge Benjamin Berlin,NY born Broome County buried Chenango County Children Colonel Company Connecticut FATHER Connecticut Regiment D-Apr D-Aug D-Dec D-Feb D-Jan D-Jul D-Jun D Revolutionary War Veterans, Chenango County, New York, Volume II, C-H by Nelson B.
Tiffany Estimated delivery business days Revolutionary War Graves of Soldiers Buried in New York. Revolutionary War Graves of Soldiers Buried in New York, whose graves have been officially reported, located or marked, by the Daughters of the American Revolution of N.Y Please note: This is a work in progress, and these lists may be very Seneca County, NY Revolutionary War Bounty Land Grants The first act granting bounty lands in New York was passed on Ma This and other subsequent acts set aside land in the Finger Lakes region in central New York and was known as the Military ://~nyseneca/ The second volume in a continuing series on the Revolutionary War veterans of Chenango County, New York.
It covers veterans with surnames that begin with the letters C through H. The veterans of Chenango County came from various locations around the state and the country, and it has often been quite difficult for individuals to research :// At the start of the American Revolution, the county of Westchester was the richest and most populous of the rural counties of New York.
By war’s end, most of the county, especially a twenty-mile-wide region labeled the neutral ground, would be totally Revolutionary War Veterans who settled in Broome County brought with them memories of practically every battle and campaign of that War, including the Boston Tea Party, Bunker Hill, Lexington, Saratoga, Bennington, Dobbs Ferry, The Wyoming Massacre, and many more up to the victory at Yorktown and Washington's triumphant march into New York revolutionary war veterans, chenango county, new york, volume ii, c-h Nelson B.
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ABSTRACT: Vertical files of clippings, documents, historical data, and miscellaneous papers on various towns in Chenango County including ://~nysource/ccc/chenhshtm. Series A New York State Comptroller's Office outgoing correspondence replying to inquiries about records of soldiers of the Revolutionary War Other finding aids New York in the Revolution as Colony and State (Comptroller's Office, Albany, ) provides name indexes, volume lists, regimental lists, and some samples of records from the ?docId=ead/findingaids/Axml."The Border Warfare of New York, During the Revolutionary War, or The Annals of Tryon County." William W.
Campbell, Baker & Scribner, ; reprinted by Heritage Books, Quoted verbatim from the back cover: "This is the pioneer history of the border wars of New York ~bwo/ New York Military Records. USA (1,) > New York (56,) > New York Military Records () Statewide Military Records.
Revolutionary War Pensioner Census Ancestry. A List of pensioners of the War of Ancestry. A brief history of the twenty-eighth regiment New York state volunteers, first brigade, first division, twelfth corps army of the Potomac: from the author's diary and