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Bloom, Uno and co-workers
Bloom, Uno and co-workers
Uno (standing in back), others Forest Shewmake, James Zmek Jr., Joseph Kalous. 
 
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Bloom, Uno M. and Elsa A.
Bloom, Uno M. and Elsa A.
Status: Located; Gravestone.  
 
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Brown, Lyman and Lydia
Brown, Lyman and Lydia
Status: Located; Gravestone. This is the reverse of the Ottman family stone which has the names of William and Polly Hiller Ottman, their sons Jacob L. and J. Sidney, and Sidney's wife Lucia M. Brown Ottman.  
 
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Buchanan, Marshall N. -- gravestone
Buchanan, Marshall N. -- gravestone
Status: Located; His stone was immediately to the left of Henrietta's, his wife. 
 
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Burns family monument
Burns family monument
Status: Located; Monument memorialized D. D. Burns, Mary Martin Burns, Dowe Burns and A. E. (Albert Edward) Burns.  
 
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Burns, Dowe and A. E inscriptions on Burns family monument.
Burns, Dowe and A. E inscriptions on Burns family monument.
Status: Located; Douwe's inscription was on the back side of the monument, was badly weathered and very difficult to read. The inscription for A. E Burns was directly below and mostly illegible.  
 
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Burns, Mary Martin inscription on Burns family monument.
Burns, Mary Martin inscription on Burns family monument.
Status: Located; Mary's inscription was on the left side of the monument, badly weathered and almost illegible.  
 
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Chamberlain, Frederick Bradley
Chamberlain, Frederick Bradley
Brother-in law of Jonathan Oscar Simmons 
 
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Chamberlain, Laura Ann Simmons
Chamberlain, Laura Ann Simmons
Jonathan Oscar Simmons sister. 
 
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Cory, Elizabeth and Charles H., Gravestone
Cory, Elizabeth and Charles H., Gravestone
Status: Located; Elizabeth Cory, 1854 - 1843
Charles H Cory, 1849 - 1829 
 
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Curb, Freda Ahola
Curb, Freda Ahola
Status: Located; Gravestone. 
 
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Davidson, Alexander Rae
Davidson, Alexander Rae
 
 
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Davidson, Laura Tanner
Davidson, Laura Tanner
 
 
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Deed (p. 1) -- from Erastus Simmons to Jonathan and Ruth Simmons
Deed (p. 1) -- from Erastus Simmons to Jonathan and Ruth Simmons
The second step of the arrangement in which Erastus agreed to care for his parents for the rest of their lives. This page is the transfer of land from Erastus to Jonathan and Ruth at no cost. Signed 26 Jan 1838 and recorded Medina County 27 Jun 1839 in Book Q pp. 89 - 90. (Document from the Simmons' tin trunk.) 
 
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Deed (p. 2) -- from Erastus Simmons to Jonathan and Ruth Simmons
Deed (p. 2) -- from Erastus Simmons to Jonathan and Ruth Simmons
On this page Erastus agreed to care for his parents for the rest of their lives. Signed 26 Jan 1838 and recorded Medina County 27 Jun 1839 in Book Q pp. 89 - 90. (Document from the Simmons' tin trunk.) 
 
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Deed -- from Jonathan and Ruth Simmons to Erastus Simmons.
Deed -- from Jonathan and Ruth Simmons to Erastus Simmons.
Jonathan and Ruth sold parts of lots 23 and 26 to Erastus Simmons for $1500. In the next document Erastus deeded the land back to Jonathan and Ruth along with the promise to care for them for the rest of their lives. If he kept his promise the land was his to use, but if he failed to keep his promise he would forfeit the land. Signed 26 Jan 1838 and recorded by Medina County 26 Jun 1839 in Book Q pp 88 - 89. (Document from the Simmons' tin trunk.) 
 
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Deed -- Jonathan Simmons Jr and wife Abigail Simmons to Jonathan Simmons.
Deed -- Jonathan Simmons Jr and wife Abigail Simmons to Jonathan Simmons.
When Jonathan Sr. moved to Westfield in 1932 he bought 50 acres of land in lot 23 for $450 from Jonathan Jr. and Abigail. Microfilm of record of land sale, Medina County, Ohio, Book F pp 392-393. (Medina County District Library) 
 
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Deed for sale of land in Petersburgh, Rensselaer, New York by Thomas Baley to Stephen van Rensselaer, 4 Apr 1793.
Deed for sale of land in Petersburgh, Rensselaer, New York by Thomas Baley to Stephen van Rensselaer, 4 Apr 1793.
This Thomas Baley is probably Thomas 5th and not Thomas 4th based on their signatures on the 1773 leases and this deed. If so, then Thomas 4th had probably died, as Thomas the 5th was no longer calling himself Thomas Junior.

It appears that no Thomas Baley remained in Petersburgh after this sale of land as no Thomas appeared in the 1799 tax roles or the 1800 and later U.S. censuses of Petersburgh.

Note: This deed appears as a Rensselaerwyck lease not a deed on the New York State Library website.  
 
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Detail from 1896 plat map of New Haven Township, Olmsted, Minnesota
Detail from 1896 plat map of New Haven Township, Olmsted, Minnesota
This map shows the lands of Clark Phelps, Charles Phelps, Dewitt Ottman (m. Elma J. Phelps), J. Sidney Ottman (Dewitt's brother), and George Fryer (m. Ellen Phelps) around the village of Genoa. The Center Grove Cemetery is just west of Douglas. 
 
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Fancher, Ira and Amanda gravestone
Fancher, Ira and Amanda gravestone
Status: Located;  
 
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Fancher, Ira and Anna gravestone.
Fancher, Ira and Anna gravestone.
Status: Located;  
 
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Gaynor, Zerviah Martin -- Death notice
Gaynor, Zerviah Martin -- Death notice
From Woodstock (Ontario) Sentinel Review, 1 Dec 1903, p.3, col 5.  
 
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Gooding, George and Naomi inscription on obelisk
Gooding, George and Naomi inscription on obelisk
Status: Located;  
 
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Gooding, George and Naomi obelisk
Gooding, George and Naomi obelisk
Status: Located; Inscription: George Gooding / Died Jan 20, 1834 / AE 60 Y'RS. 1 MO. & 6 D'S. / Naomi / wife of / George Gooding / Died / JAN 20, 1860 / AE 80 Y'RS. & 4 MOS. 
 
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Gooding, Lydia Andrews gravestone
Gooding, Lydia Andrews gravestone
Status: Located; The stone, which was disintegrating, was next to her husbands grave and could be identified by a few words on the fallen fragments.  
 
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Gooding, William Jr. gravestone
Gooding, William Jr. gravestone
Status: Located; Inscription: In Memory of William Gooding Who departed this life Jan 30, 1803 aged 42 years. This saint of God, that sleepth here, Will at the judgment day appear; In shining garments will be dres'd, And live forever with the blest. While he liv'd here, had praying breath, Smiled often when he talked of death; His conversation soared above, What this vain world inclines to love. 
 
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Green, Asenath Robinson gravestone
Green, Asenath Robinson gravestone
Status: Located; Inscription: Asenath Wife of Levi Green died May 12, 1847 Aged 82 Years 
 
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Green, Levi gravestone
Green, Levi gravestone
Status: Located; Inscription: Levi Green died June 24, 1851 aged 91 years 
 
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Harriet Knapp Christie - Obituary
Harriet Knapp Christie - Obituary
From the Gloversville Daily Leader, Monday, Sept 3, 1900.
The obituary provides a summary of her life, but does not mention that she and her husband moved to Minnesota after their move to Iowa. She was survived by two of her five children; (William E. and Anna A.), and by one of her six brothers and sisters (Cordelia).  
 
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Hathaway, Bathsheba Gooding gravestone
Hathaway, Bathsheba Gooding gravestone
Status: Located; Inscription: In Memory of Barsheba wife of Seth Hathaway who died Feb 6, 1835, aged 70 years. 
 
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Hathaway, Seth modern gravestone
Hathaway, Seth modern gravestone
Status: Located; Revolutionary war soldier. 
 
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Hathaway, Seth original gravestone
Hathaway, Seth original gravestone
Status: Located; Inscription: In memory of Seth Hathaway who died September 2, 1827, aged 66 years. 
 
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Historical Marker at the Baptist Church of Preston Hollow
Historical Marker at the Baptist Church of Preston Hollow
Four members of the Green family and their spouses were almost certainly founding members of this church in 1787 (Silence Green and Samuel Martin, Huldah Green and Samuel Baker, Levi Green and Asenath Robinson, and Rowland Green and Elizabeth Champlain). Elder Timothy Green, their father, was the first pastor of the church (abt 1790).  
 
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Historical Marker for the Boght Church.
Historical Marker for the Boght Church.
The marker is on Boght Rd east of New Loudon Road (US 9) in the Town of Colonie, Albany County, New York. (42.78372, -073.74054) 
 
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History of Preston Hollow Baptist Church
History of Preston Hollow Baptist Church
This clipping was found at the Rensselaerville Historical Society. It names Timothy Greene as the first pastor. The first meeting house was near the homesteads of the Greene siblings. Unfortunately, the original source of the document is missing.  
 
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Holbrook Family Land Transactions in Jefferson County, New York, 1823-1847
Holbrook Family Land Transactions in Jefferson County, New York, 1823-1847
Land transactions conducted by John Holbrook, his wife Sarah Knapp Holbrook and their children. 
 
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Hyde, Chauncey G.
Hyde, Chauncey G.
Status: Located; Gravestone. 
 
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Hyde, Daniel
Hyde, Daniel
Status: Located; Gravestone.
Inscription recorded 3/19/2010
Daniel Hyde
Died Dec 22
1831 AE 75
years 
 
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Hyde, Edward and Lydia Nichols
Hyde, Edward and Lydia Nichols
Status: Located; Gravestone 
 
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Hyde, Emery
Hyde, Emery
Status: Located; Gravestone. 
 
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Hyde, Lucretia Newton
Hyde, Lucretia Newton
Status: Located; Gravestone. 
 
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Hyde, Mary
Hyde, Mary
Status: Located; Gravestone. 
 
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Hyde, Sarah E.
Hyde, Sarah E.
Status: Located; Gravestone.  
 
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Hyde, William J. Gravestone
Hyde, William J. Gravestone
Status: Located;  
 
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Isaac Osborn’s sale of his share of the lands and windmill left to him by his father Jedidiah.
Isaac Osborn’s sale of his share of the lands and windmill left to him by his father Jedidiah.
Copied by David L. Martin from Records of the Town of East-Hampton, Long Island, Suffolk Co., N.Y., Vol 4, pp 263-264., J.H. Hunt, Printer, Sag-Harbor, 1889

Book G page 180 [Abstract] Know all men by these presents that I, Isaac Osborn, of Winslow, in the county of Lincoln, Massachusetts, yeoman, for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred pounds lawful money, truly paid by Daniel Hopping, of East Hampton &c., weaver, have sold and conveyed one half of a certain tract of undivided land lying in two divisions situated in said town of East Hampton, bounded as follows: beginning at the northeast corner and running southerly along by the pond till it comes to a creek called Stephen's creek; thence running up said creek about forty rods to land of David Hedges, thence running west about thirty rods to a road: thence running northerly up said road to land of Jacob Osborn ; thence running northeast to the first mentioned bounds, containing about thirty acres more or less. The other division lying forty rods northwest, beginning at the southeast corner, running northwest till it comes to a road; thence running northeast about sixty rods to a road; thence south about sixty poles, to land of Jacob Osborn ; thence running west to the first mentioned bounds and contains about thirty acres, more or less, together with one half a windmill, standing just by said premises. To have and to hold the one half of the undivided premises. Furthermore, I, the said Isaac Osborn for myself and my heirs do warrant and defend. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 1st day of October, 1789
ISAAC OSBORNE. [L.S.]
 
 
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Jecks, Mary Orsborn -- inscription on the Orsborn family obelisk.
Jecks, Mary Orsborn -- inscription on the Orsborn family obelisk.
Mary E. Jecks
Born Apr 8, 1855
Died Apr 26, 1890
 
 
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John Toivo Bloom, Headstone
John Toivo Bloom, Headstone
Status: Located;  
 
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Jones, Isaac
Jones, Isaac
Status: Located; Family obelisk 
 
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Jones, Sally Simmons
Jones, Sally Simmons
Status: Located; Inscription on family obelisk 
 
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Jurgerson family monument
Jurgerson family monument
Status: Located; Sena's headstone is to the left of the monument and George's is to the right and partially buried. Their daughters' headstones are in the same plot.  
 

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