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Martin, Samuel: Lease Petition
Martin, Samuel: Lease Petition
Samuel's petition to lease Lot 8 on Dundas Street in Burford, Upper Canada. Image courtesy of Frank Martin.  
 
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Martin, W. H. land papers
Martin, W. H. land papers
Letter to Maud Martin Latham from the Ontario Depart of Education indicating that W. H. Martin owned Concession 1, Lot 12 in Blenheim South, Oxford, Ontario in 1862-3 (564 KB pdf). 
 
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Martin, Walter H and Ann E. 1851 Canada census
Martin, Walter H and Ann E. 1851 Canada census
Census for Blenheim, Oxford, Canada West (Ontario) p 43, Roll C11745. Lists the family of Walter and Ann Dakins Martin 
 
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Newspaper Article on Hendrick/Kendrick Keeler.
Newspaper Article on Hendrick/Kendrick Keeler.
A sketch of Hendrick Keeler's life from the Syracuse American, 25 May 1930, p. 16.
Provided by Cathy Kuhl. 
 
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One of two leases signed by Thomas Baley 9 Aug 1773 for land at Little Hoosick [now Petersburgh] in the East Manor of Rensselaerwyck.
One of two leases signed by Thomas Baley 9 Aug 1773 for land at Little Hoosick [now Petersburgh] in the East Manor of Rensselaerwyck.
 
 
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Ottman, Menzo -- Civil War Muster Record
Ottman, Menzo -- Civil War Muster Record
 
 
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Record of Elizabeth Keeler's Civil War pension application.
Record of Elizabeth Keeler's Civil War pension application.
Application made 29 Jul 1864. 
 
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Simmons Birth Records, Children of Constant and Silence
Simmons Birth Records, Children of Constant and Silence
Copy of birth records from Dighton, Massachusetts for Simpson, Jonathan Sr., Hannah, Isaiah, Sally, Lucy, Lydia, Enoch, Esther, Cynthia and Achsah Simmons deposited in the Medina District Library, Medina, Ohio by P. Vanhoose. 
 
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Simmons Birth Records, Children of Jonathan and Ruth
Simmons Birth Records, Children of Jonathan and Ruth
Copy of birth record from Dighton, Massachusetts for Ruth, Lucy and Jonathan Jr. deposited in the Medina District Library, Medina, Ohio by P. Vanhoose. 
 
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Simmons Families, 1840 US Census Westfield, Medina, Ohio
Simmons Families, 1840 US Census Westfield, Medina, Ohio
On this page are Jonathan Sr., Jonathan Jr., and Simpson [Simson] Simmons, Luther King (m. Ruth Simmons Allen), and Isaac Jones (m. Sally Simmons). On the previous page is Ebenezer Bissell (m. Harriet Simmons) and 2 pages later is S. H. Pomroy (m. Elmina Simmons).  
 
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Simmons Family Bible
Simmons Family Bible
Transcription by Ruth Simmons Stebbins. The Bible was purchased by Jonathan Simmons Sr. and repaired by Eliza Daniels Simmons, wife of Erastus. It was published in 1829 and probably purchased after 1832, when Jonathan Sr. moved to Ohio. Thus, at least some of the records were not made contemporaneously with the events. The oldest persons recorded, Constant and Silence Simmons, lived in Bristol, New York at the same time as their grandchildren.  
 
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Simmons, Isaiah, 1850 US Census Westfield, Medina, Ohio
Simmons, Isaiah, 1850 US Census Westfield, Medina, Ohio
The household was listed on two pages. Isaiah Simmons, 51, is at the bottom of this page. On the next page are Erastus Simmons, 37; Eliza Simmons, 22; Ruth Simmons, 82; John Murphy, 19; Phebe Smith, 35. 
 
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Simmons, Jonathan -- Certificate of Appointment as Captain in the New York State Militia.
Simmons, Jonathan -- Certificate of Appointment as Captain in the New York State Militia.
(Document from the Simmons' tin trunk.) 
 
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Simmons, Jonathan Jr. 1820 Us Census, Westfield, Medina, Ohio
Simmons, Jonathan Jr. 1820 Us Census, Westfield, Medina, Ohio
1 free white male 16-25, 1 free white female 16-25. 
 
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Simmons, Jonathan Jr. 1830 US Census, Westfield, Medina, Ohio
Simmons, Jonathan Jr. 1830 US Census, Westfield, Medina, Ohio
Household: 1 male 5 thru 9; 1 male 30 thru 39, 1 female 5 thru 9; 1 female 20thru 29; 1 female 30 thru 39 
 
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Simmons, Jonathan Jr. 1850 US Census, Westfield, Medina, Ohio
Simmons, Jonathan Jr. 1850 US Census, Westfield, Medina, Ohio
Family Number 505: Jonathan Simmons, 54; Laura Ann Beach, 27; Abigail Beach, 0; Louisa Maxon, 15; Joseph B. Coulter, 25; William Brown, 23. Laura Ann and Abigail Beach were Jonathan's daughter and granddaughter; Laura's husband had recently died.  
 
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Simmons, Ruth Gooding 1850 US Census Westfield, Medina, Ohio
Simmons, Ruth Gooding 1850 US Census Westfield, Medina, Ohio
In dwelling 509 were: Isaiah Simmons, 51 (on prev census page); Erastus Simmons, 37; Eliza [Daniels] Simmons, 22; Ruth Simmons, 82; John Murphy, 19; Phebe Smith, 35.

In dwelling 511 were: Simpson Simmons, 43; Sally Simmons, 39; Lucretia Simmons, 17; Lydia Simmons, 13; Adoline Simmons, 8; and Joseph Horn, 23.  
 
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Solomon Knapp's Land Transactions in Mayfield, New York, 1802 - 1848.
Solomon Knapp's Land Transactions in Mayfield, New York, 1802 - 1848.
A pdf of complete list of Solomon's known land transactions in Montgomery and Fulton Counties, New York, with a brief description of each transaction, some notes and links to images of the deeds.  
 
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Tanner, John: 1849 Minnesota Territorial Census for Stillwater, St. Croix (now Washington) County.
Tanner, John: 1849 Minnesota Territorial Census for Stillwater, St. Croix (now Washington) County.
John's name is marked with a red asterisk. His family comprised 4 males (John, Ulysses, James, Alfred) and 2 females (Catherine, Euphemia). Census date: 11 Jun 1849.  
 
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Tanner, John: 1870 US Census for Sparta, Monroe, Wisconsin
Tanner, John: 1870 US Census for Sparta, Monroe, Wisconsin
John Tanner was listed in the household of Thomas Tanner. 
 
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Tanner, Louis R. Obituary
Tanner, Louis R. Obituary
From 12 July 1958.  
 
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Tanner, Nathan: 1850 US Census Otego, Oswego, New York
Tanner, Nathan: 1850 US Census Otego, Oswego, New York
Nathan and Susan Tanner household. 
 
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Tanner, Nathan: A page from his Landlord's Rent Ledger
Tanner, Nathan: A page from his Landlord's Rent Ledger
A page of the Rensselaerwyck Rent Ledger dealing with Nathan Tanner's farm in Petersburgh, Rensselaer, New York. This appears to be a continuation page, as it deals with payments from Dec 1798 through 1808, and it refers to a lease dated 1 Apr 1793. This lease appears to be lost, but the rent (8 bushels of wheat) is the same as that in Nathan's lease dated 1788. Nathan leased Rensselaerwyck land starting in 1779. (Source: New York State Library, East Manor Rent Ledger, Rensselaerwyck Manor Records, MA/FM,974.74,V36,1799-1820., Ledger A, p. 406, microfilm reel 1.) 
 
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The second of two leases signed by Thomas Baley 9 Aug 1773 for farmland at Little Hoosick [now Petersburgh] in the East Manor of Rensselaerwyck.
The second of two leases signed by Thomas Baley 9 Aug 1773 for farmland at Little Hoosick [now Petersburgh] in the East Manor of Rensselaerwyck.
 
 
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Transcript of Jedidiah Osborne's Will
Transcript of Jedidiah Osborne's Will
Summary:
Jedidiah mentioned only three of his children by name in his will.
Jacob and Isaac would each inherit one-half of his windmill and lands. If either Jacob or Isaac died without a male heir John would inherit that person's share except a third for the widow as long as she remained a widow.
Each of the unnamed children were left 10 shillings and an equal share of the moveable estate.
Isaac was away when the will was drawn as Jedidiah provided that "my son Jacob shall improve all my lands after my decease until my son Isaac shall return home"
Executors: Jedidiah's sons Jacob and Isaac.
Witnessed by Sarah Osborne (Jedidiah's sister?), Loraney Thompson and Elias Matthews.
Will proved on 18 Apr 1786 and approved on 9 May 1786. 
 
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Transcript of Josiah Orsborn's (Osborn) Will
Transcript of Josiah Orsborn's (Osborn) Will
Summary:
Josiah's family name first given as Orsborn in will but signed Josiah Osborne. Name also written Osborn in will.
Josiah bequeathed to:
his wife (unnamed) room in his house for life, his red cow and best bed and furniture;
his son Jedidah Orborn all his right in the wind mill;
his daughter Sarah Osborn 2 acres of land in his home lot;
his son Jonathan ten pounds York money and his best loom and all his loom tackling;
his daughter Zariah five pounds York money.
No other persons mentioned.
Executors: Daniel Leak and James Hand Junr.
Witnessed by John Hand Junr., George Strong, and Job Pierson
Will proved 10 Dec 1754 and approved 19 Feb 1755.  
 

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