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1779 Lease of a Farm in the East Manor of Rensselaerwyck to Nathan Tanner.
1779 Lease of a Farm in the East Manor of Rensselaerwyck to Nathan Tanner.
The lease was to Nathan Tanner of Hosick [Hoosick] for 120 acres of land. Hoosick is in eastern Rensselaer County, which was part of Albany County at that time.  
 
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1787 Lease of land in Basick (Rensselaerville), Albany, New York to Rowland Greene and Levi Greene
1787 Lease of land in Basick (Rensselaerville), Albany, New York to Rowland Greene and Levi Greene
Lease of Lot 166 (155 acres) in the West Manor of Rensselaerwyck to Rowland Greene and his brother Levi. Their brothers-in-law Samuel Martin and Samuel Baker along with Josiah Skinner (unrelated) leased lot 147, which was adjacent to the south.  
 
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1787 Lease of land in Rensselaerville, Albany, New York to Samuel Martin, Samuel Baker and Josiah Skinner.
1787 Lease of land in Rensselaerville, Albany, New York to Samuel Martin, Samuel Baker and Josiah Skinner.
Lease for lot 147 (164 acres) in the Rensselaerwyck Manor West to Josiah Skinner, Samuel Martin and Samuel's brother-in-law Samuel Baker. Rowland Green and Levi Green, who were brothers-in-law to both Samuels, leased lot 166, which was the adjacent lot to the north.  
 
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1788 Lease of a Farm in Little Hoosick in the East Manor of Rensselaerwyck to Nathan Tanner
1788 Lease of a Farm in Little Hoosick in the East Manor of Rensselaerwyck to Nathan Tanner
The lease was to Nathan Tanner of Little Hosick [Hoosick] for 74 acres of land.  
 
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1790 US Census, Rensselaerville, Albany, New York
1790 US Census, Rensselaerville, Albany, New York
Samuel Martin is listed in the right hand column near the bottom of the page. Samuel Baker and Levi (Levy) Greene are in the left column.  
 
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1815 Letter from William Osborn to his brother Isaac Orsborn Jr.
1815 Letter from William Osborn to his brother Isaac Orsborn Jr.
(2.5MB pdf) Topics include failure to sell Isaac's tools, purchase of land by Jeddiah, possibility of land trade between Jeddiah and his father, news of family and neighbors, plea for Isaac to come home or at least to write.
Click here for a transcription of all three letters.(48kB pdf)
I thank Lydia Howes for providing a copy of the letter.  
 
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1817 Letter from Isaac Orsborn Jr. to his parents and his brother William
1817 Letter from Isaac Orsborn Jr. to his parents and his brother William
(2.5MB pdf) Topics include Isacc's swap for a new house and relocation to Mayfield. The birth of his first child Peter M. Orsborne, Pleas for letters from them.
Click here for a transcription of all three letters.(48kB pdf)
I thank Lydia Howes for providing a copy of the letter.  
 
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1824 Letter from Isaac Orsborn, Jr. to his parents.
1824 Letter from Isaac Orsborn, Jr. to his parents.
(1.1MB pdf) Tells them of Peter's death and that he and Mille have two more children, Hannah and Isaac. Asks them to write or to visit.
Click here for a transcription of all three letters.(48kB pdf)
I thank Lydia Howes for providing a copy of the letter.  
 
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1893 plat map showing the location of David's properties in the south east corner of Rockland Township, Manitowoc County.
1893 plat map showing the location of David's properties in the south east corner of Rockland Township, Manitowoc County.
David owned 2 parcels of land totaling 200 acres. An 1878 plat map showed that he owned the same properties at that time. By 1878 he no longer owned the land in section 21 that he bought from the US Government in 1856.  
 
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Ahola family immigration record.
Ahola family immigration record.
Passenger list for the White Star liner Germanic which departed Liverpool England on 16 October, and arrived in New York on 25 Oct 1901. Frank's parents (John and Ida) and Ida Sofia, Reino, and Selma are listed on lines 1-5.  
 
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Ahola, Frank family, 1910 US Census
Ahola, Frank family, 1910 US Census
Name: Frank Ahola
Spouse's name: Ida
Home in 1910: Eagle River, Vilas, Wisconsin
Year of Immigration: 1900
Frank Ahola 31; Ida Ahola 30; Raeno Ahola 10; Salme Ahola 8; Ella Ahola 7; Alma Ahola 6; Ida Ahola 5; Albert Ahola 1 4/12. 
 
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Ahola, Frank family, 1920 US Census
Ahola, Frank family, 1920 US Census
Household Members: Frank Ahola 42; Ida Ahola 42; Elma Ahola 13; Sara Ahola 12; Albert Ahola 10; Elsie Ahola 8; Freda Ahola 6; Erma Ahola 2 11/12.
 
 
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Ahola, Frank family, 1930 US Census
Ahola, Frank family, 1930 US Census
Household Members: Frank Ahola 52; Ida Ahola 52; Albert Ahola 21; Elsie Ahola 18; Freda Ahola 16; Irma Ahola 12; Walter Ahola 10. 
 
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Ahola, Frank immigration record
Ahola, Frank immigration record
Passenger manifest for the Cunard liner Lucania which arrived in New York from Liverpool, England on 17 Aug 1901. Frans [Frank] Ahola is on line 19. His final destination is Daggett, Michigan where his brother Oskar lives. His wife and children came later (see Hyle, Ida Sophia). 
 
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Ahola, Oskar immigration record.
Ahola, Oskar immigration record.
Came on the Cunard liner Ultonia which sailed from Liverpool England on 16 Jan and arrived in Boston, Massachusetts on 29 Jan 1900. Oskar is listed on the last line of the page. Oskar listed the same destination as three of his apparent traveling companions.  
 
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Baker, Samuel land petition.
Baker, Samuel land petition.
Letter to Maud Martin Latham from the Public Archives of Canada showing that Samuel Baker petitioned for land on Dundas Street on 9 June 1798 (430 KB pdf). 
 
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Bio of Simpson Simmons
Bio of Simpson Simmons
From: History of Medina County and Ohio by W. H. Perrin, J. H. Battle, and W. A Goodspeed (Baskin and Battey, Chicago, 1881) 
 
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Bloom, Anton Family, 1910 US Census, Eagle River, Vilas, Wisconsin
Bloom, Anton Family, 1910 US Census, Eagle River, Vilas, Wisconsin
Household Members:
Andrew Blom, 34; Fena Blom, 27; Stoibel Blom, 9; Andrew Blom, 5; Herman Blom, 4; Owen Blom, 2; Ina Blom,1 1/12 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Bloom, Anton, Fiina and Ina Border Crossing, p. 1
Bloom, Anton, Fiina and Ina Border Crossing, p. 1
Anton and Fiina appear as Andrew and Josephine on lines 5 and 6. They crossed into the US at Detroit on 24 Sep 1909 with their 3 month old daughter Ina. Ina appears on pp. 3 and 4 of this series.  
 
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Bloom, Anton, Fiina and Ina Border Crossing, p. 2
Bloom, Anton, Fiina and Ina Border Crossing, p. 2
Continuation page of 24 Sep 1909 border crossing. Anton and Fiina are on lines 5 & 6. This page gives their previous entries into the US and says they are going to their own home in Detroit.  
 
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Bloom, Anton, Fiina and Ina Border Crossing, p. 3
Bloom, Anton, Fiina and Ina Border Crossing, p. 3
Ina is on line 25. Crossed on 24 Sep 1909.  
 
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Bloom, Anton, Fiina and Ina Border Crossing, p. 4
Bloom, Anton, Fiina and Ina Border Crossing, p. 4
Ina is on line 25. Crossed on 24 Sep 1909.  
 
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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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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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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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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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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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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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Klondike Gold Rush -- Free Miner's Certificate
Klondike Gold Rush -- Free Miner's Certificate
A one-year permit from the Dominion of Canada allowing J. K. Martin the privileges of a free miner and the right to fish, to shoot game and to cut timber for actual necessities. Fee: $10.00.  
 
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Klondike Gold Rush -- Table of Distances
Klondike Gold Rush -- Table of Distances
Travel advice and a table of distances between points along three routes to Dawson City, the center of the gold fields, published by the Klondike Nugget. According to the table the total distance from Dyea, Alaska to Dawson City, North West Territory was 617 miles. 
 
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Knapp, Solomon -- will (pdf)
Knapp, Solomon -- will (pdf)
Solomon Knapp's will transcribed by David and Sandra Martin 
 
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Land Transactions in Mayfield, New York by Isaac Orsborn Jr., 1817 - 1846
Land Transactions in Mayfield, New York by Isaac Orsborn Jr., 1817 - 1846
A compilation of thirteen land sales, purchases, and trades by Isaac Orsborn Jr. in Mayfield, New York with brief summaries, some notes, and links to images of the deeds. 
 
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Lease signed 6 Mar 1788 by Stanton Baley for land at Little Hoosick [now Petersburgh] in the East Manor of Rensselaerwyck.
Lease signed 6 Mar 1788 by Stanton Baley for land at Little Hoosick [now Petersburgh] in the East Manor of Rensselaerwyck.
 
 
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Lease signed by Elisha Baley on 4 Apr 1793 for lot number 62 in Roxburgh [in Petersburgh], Rensselaer County, New York.
Lease signed by Elisha Baley on 4 Apr 1793 for lot number 62 in Roxburgh [in Petersburgh], Rensselaer County, New York.
 
 
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Lease signed by Thomas Baley Junr 9 Aug 1773  for land at Little Hoosick [now Petersburgh] in the East Manor of Rensselaerwyck.
Lease signed by Thomas Baley Junr 9 Aug 1773 for land at Little Hoosick [now Petersburgh] in the East Manor of Rensselaerwyck.
 
 
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Location of John Tanner's Land Patent in Stillwater, Washington, Minnesota
Location of John Tanner's Land Patent in Stillwater, Washington, Minnesota
Red square is location of John Tanner's land.
Original map from the Digitized State of Minnesota Plat Book -- 1916
John R. Borchert Map Library, University of Minnesota
http://geo.lib.umn.edu/collections/digitizedplatbooks/stateofmn1916.html 
 
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Map of Medina County, Ohio, 1857
Map of Medina County, Ohio, 1857
A section of the map showing parts of Westfield and LaFayette Townships. The map was drawn from actual surveys and shows the owners of properties. Large numbers are lot numbers, smaller numbers are acreage.  
 
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Map showing the approximate locations of lands owned by Phelps and Keeler family members in Hastings, Oswego, New York.
Map showing the approximate locations of lands owned by Phelps and Keeler family members in Hastings, Oswego, New York.
Properties of 1. Elijah D. Phelps, 2. Edmund D. Phelps (m. Sarah Ann Keeler), 3. Simeon S. Phelps, 4. William D. Phelps, 5. John G. Keeler, 6. Era D. Ladd (m. Susan M. Keeler), and 7. Martin Keeler. The location of Martin Keeler's land is not certain because of ambiguities in the property description.
The original map was from the New topographical atlas of Oswego County, New York published by C. K. Stone, 1867, found in the New York State Library in Albany. Call number: 912.74767 fAs82. 
 
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Marriage Record for John Tanner and Mrs. Theodia Hooper Keene
Marriage Record for John Tanner and Mrs. Theodia Hooper Keene
Record of John Tanner's second marriage documents his birthplace (Petersburgh, New York) and parent's names (Nathan Tanner and Susan Tanner). Record from Monroe County, Wisconsin, Book 2, p. 24.  
 
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Martin, Daniel Hyde -- Death notice
Martin, Daniel Hyde -- Death notice
Appeared in the Woodstock, Ontario Sentinel Review 3 jun 1881, p. 5 col 4 
 
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Martin, Reuben -- death notice
Martin, Reuben -- death notice
From the Woodstock [Ontario] Sentinel Review, 22 Apr 1881, p. 1 col 6.  
 
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Martin, Samuel -- Abstract Index of Deeds for Concession 1, Lot 24 in the Township of Burford.
Martin, Samuel -- Abstract Index of Deeds for Concession 1, Lot 24 in the Township of Burford.
This document is a record of the transactions on this parcel from the awarding of a Crown Patent to Samuel on 5 Sep 1801 through 18 Mar 1890 (registry date).  
 
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Martin, Samuel land petition (608 KB pdf).
Martin, Samuel land petition (608 KB pdf).
Letter to Maud Latham from Public Archives of Canada showing Samuel's arrival in Canada, that he stayed with his brother-in-law Samuel Baker upon arrival, that he swore allegiance to the Crown, his request for a land grant, and its approval.  
 
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Martin, Samuel: Land Petition
Martin, Samuel: Land Petition
Samuel's petition for a grant of Lot 20 in the Eastern Division of Oxford River Thames, Upper Canada (now Ontario). Image courtesy of Frank Martin.  
 

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