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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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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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Lee, Amos Jr. and Mary B. Willard Lee
Lee, Amos Jr. and Mary B. Willard Lee
Status: Located; Amos' inscription is above Mary's.
Inscription: Amos Lee / Died / Aug 25, 1868[9?] / Aged 78 years
Mary B. Willard / wife of Amos Lee / Died June 18, 1862 / Aged 75 years / 7[?] m. & 20 d.

Gravestone coordinates: N42 54.152 W77 32.398 
 
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Lee, Amos Jr., Family Obelisk
Lee, Amos Jr., Family Obelisk
Status: Located; Gravestone coordinates: N42 54.152 W77 32.398 
 
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Lee, Amos Sr. and Hannah Bowen Lee
Lee, Amos Sr. and Hannah Bowen Lee
Status: Located; Inscription: AMOS LEE / DIED / 2nd Oct. 1849 / AG'D 89 YRS / 8[?] M. 22 D. / HANNAH / Wife of Amos Lee / DIED / 13th Nov 1829 / AG'D 70 YRS
The stone was remounted in concrete and any additional inscription is buried.
Hannah also had her own gravestone.
Gravestone Coordinates: N42 51.668 W77 23.269 
 
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Lee, Charles H. and Hannah A.
Lee, Charles H. and Hannah A.
Charles's inscription on the obelisk was above Hannah's.
Inscription: Charles H. / Died / Sept 13, 1850 / Aged 28 years / 9 m. & 7 d. Hannah A. / Died / Feb 23, 1849 / Aged 18 years, [?] m. and 18 d. / Children of Amos & Mary B Lee 
 
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Lee, Corabel
Lee, Corabel
Written on back in Corabel Lee's handwriting: Cousin May from Corabel Lee 1893
[May was Mary Jane Simmons Tanner] 
 
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Lee, Hannah Bowen
Lee, Hannah Bowen
Status: Located; Inscription: In memory of / HANNAH LEE / who died xxx / 13, 1829 aged 70 / years

Gravestone Coordinates: N42 51.668 W77 23.269 
 
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Lennon, Clifford -- headstone
Lennon, Clifford -- headstone
Status: Located;  
 
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Lennon, Jeanette Jurgerson -- headstone
Lennon, Jeanette Jurgerson -- headstone
Status: Located;  
 
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Lenz, Charlotte Otterness -- headstone
Lenz, Charlotte Otterness -- headstone
Status: Located;  
 
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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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Lucas, Caroline Tanner
Lucas, Caroline Tanner
This photo was labeled either Aunt Caroline or Aunt Euphemia. We concluded it was Caroline by comparing it to other photos. 
 
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Lucas, Caroline Tanner and family
Lucas, Caroline Tanner and family
l to r. Alta Lucas Henen, Thomas Werkheiser, Caroline Tanner Wilson Lucas, Edward Henen, Amelia Wilson Werkheiser, Charles Aldelbert (Bert) Lucas, Minnie Hamilton Lucas 
 
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Lucas, Charles Adelbert
Lucas, Charles Adelbert
 
 
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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 of Rehoboth and Seekonk, Massachusetts showing the changes in their boundaries in 1812 and 1862.
Map of Rehoboth and Seekonk, Massachusetts showing the changes in their boundaries in 1812 and 1862.
The red line shows the original boundaries of Rehoboth. (the western boundary was the river). Seekonk did not exist. The cyan line shows the boundary between Rehoboth and Seekonk established in 1812. At that time Seekonk extended all the way to the river on the west. Pawtucket did not exist until 1828. The green line is the western boundary of Seekonk established in 1862. West of that line are East Providence and Pawtucket, Rhode Island. The map was modified from the original in The History of Rehoboth Massachusetts by Tilton and Bliss.  
 
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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, --  Calvin, Sarah Dean, and Channcey D. -- gravestones
Martin, -- Calvin, Sarah Dean, and Channcey D. -- gravestones
Status: Located; Calvin's stone is lying at the base of the tree, Sarah's is in the middle and Channcey's is the obelisk.  
 
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Martin, Alfred L.
Martin, Alfred L.
Status: Located; Family Stone. 
 
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Martin, Alfred Lycurgus
Martin, Alfred Lycurgus
 
 
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Martin, Alfred Lycurgus
Martin, Alfred Lycurgus
Status: Located; Headstone. 
 
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Martin, Alfred Lyle
Martin, Alfred Lyle
Status: Located; Headstone. 
 
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Martin, Ann Elizabeth Dakin -- plaque on obelisk
Martin, Ann Elizabeth Dakin -- plaque on obelisk
Status: Located; Inscription: In memory of / Ann Elizabeth, / wife of / Walter H. Martin. / Who departed this life Aug 1, 1861 / in her 52nd. year.  
 
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Martin, Calvin -- gravestone
Martin, Calvin -- gravestone
Status: Located; Inscription: Calvin Martin, died March 2, 1875, aged 88 years, and 6 months 
 
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Martin, Channcey Dean -- inscription on obelisk
Martin, Channcey Dean -- inscription on obelisk
Status: Located; In memory of Channcey D. Martin, died January 12, 1885, aged 72 years and 17 days 
 
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Martin, Charlotte A. Burns -- inscription on obelisk
Martin, Charlotte A. Burns -- inscription on obelisk
Status: Located;  
 
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Martin, Daniel H. and Charlotte A. Burns obelisk
Martin, Daniel H. and Charlotte A. Burns obelisk
Status: Located;  
 
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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, Daniel Hyde -- inscription on obelisk
Martin, Daniel Hyde -- inscription on obelisk
Status: Located;  
 
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Martin, Earl
Martin, Earl
Status: Located; In 2011 the stone was lying down and very difficult to read. It was transcribed by Maud Martin Latham in the 1950's as follows:
"Sacred to the memory of Earl Martin who departed this life Aug 1, 1837 age 57 yr 1 mo 17 da. Class leader of the Wesleyan Methodist Society, highly esteemed by all his friends and acquaintances. But our loss is his eternal gain for blessed are the dead who die in the lord"
 
 
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Martin, Flora F.
Martin, Flora F.
 
 
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Martin, Flora F.
Martin, Flora F.
 
 
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Martin, Flora F. Knapp
Martin, Flora F. Knapp
Status: Located; Headstone. 
 
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Martin, Flora Knapp
Martin, Flora Knapp
Flora mailed this photo from Los Angeles to her grandson Kenneth when he was ill. She wrote on the back: "My Dear Little Sufferer, I have come to see you and brought my cow. I hope you will be glad to see her -- I hope you soon be well and able to return this visit some time this winter. I would be so glad to see you. Lovingly Grandma Martin
Photo before 1910. 
 
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Martin, Fred and Ruth
Martin, Fred and Ruth
 
 
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Martin, Herbert L.
Martin, Herbert L.
Status: Located; Headstone. 
 
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Martin, J. K., Lottie and Kenneth
Martin, J. K., Lottie and Kenneth
L.R. Lottie, Kenneth, J.K. 
 
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Martin, J. Kenneth
Martin, J. Kenneth
 
 
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Martin, J.K.,  Letters from the Klondike gold rush, part 1.
Martin, J.K., Letters from the Klondike gold rush, part 1.
In 1898 J.K. Martin and several companions joined the gold rush to the Klondike. Parts of five of his letters home were published as articles in the Little Falls Daily Transcript.
Letters 1 & 2 are presented here. Transcribed by Sandra B. Martin without change except for typographical errors.
Click here to download a pdf of parts 1 & 2.  
 
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Martin, J.K., Letters from the Klondike gold rush, part 2.
Martin, J.K., Letters from the Klondike gold rush, part 2.
Transcribed by Sandra B. Martin without change except for typographical errors.
Click here to download a pdf of parts 1 & 2.  
 
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Martin, Jira Kenneth
Martin, Jira Kenneth
Status: Located; Headstone. 
 
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Martin, Jira Kenneth -- family monument
Martin, Jira Kenneth -- family monument
Status: Located;  
 
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Martin, Julia and Alfred
Martin, Julia and Alfred
 
 
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Martin, Julia Farmer
Martin, Julia Farmer
Status: Located; Headstone. 
 
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Martin, L. Frederick
Martin, L. Frederick
Status: Located; Headstone 
 
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Martin, Lottie Lee Tanner
Martin, Lottie Lee Tanner
Status: Located; Headstone 
 

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