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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 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, 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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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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Obituary of Archibald Welch
Obituary of Archibald Welch
Provides genealogical information on Archibald Welch. States that "He m. 1819, Miss Cynthia Hyde of Leb., [Lebanon] Conn."  
 
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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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Phelps Family Land Transactions in Swanton, Vermont (pdf)
Phelps Family Land Transactions in Swanton, Vermont (pdf)
Included are land transactions of Paul Phelps (2nd), his sons Solomon, Jedediah and Paul, Jr. (3rd) and Paul's son-in-law Daniel Walker.  
 
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Phelps Family Members in the Swanton Vermont Tax Rolls, 1804-1813 (pdf)
Phelps Family Members in the Swanton Vermont Tax Rolls, 1804-1813 (pdf)
Includes links to original images of tax rolls on familysearch.org 
 
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Philip Amidon's Deeds from Mendon and Oxford Massachusetts
Philip Amidon's Deeds from Mendon and Oxford Massachusetts
Abstracts of ten deeds from the Suffolk and Worcester County, Massachusetts Deed Books with links to images of the deeds on familysearch.org. Some of Philip's deeds were, almost certainly, never registered.  
 
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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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Reproduction of 1641 Brockett Map of New Haven
Reproduction of 1641 Brockett Map of New Haven
Location of Thomas Osborne's lot indicated by red box and William Jeane's lot by a green box.  
 
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Roger Amidon Senior's Land Transactions in Worcester County, Massachusetts
Roger Amidon Senior's Land Transactions in Worcester County, Massachusetts
Land Transactions from the Towns of Oxford and Douglas and for Land bordering the Town of Oxford, but not in it. One of the deeds confirms the identity of some of his children. 
 
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Roger Amidon, Jr.'s Land Transactions in Douglas, Worcester County, Massachusetts (pdf)
Roger Amidon, Jr.'s Land Transactions in Douglas, Worcester County, Massachusetts (pdf)
These deeds provide the names of Roger's living siblings and most of their spouses. They also provide the names of his wife Elizabeth's siblings and most of their spouses. 
 
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Roger Amidon, Jr.'s Land Transactions in Readsboro, Bennington County, Vermont (pdf)
Roger Amidon, Jr.'s Land Transactions in Readsboro, Bennington County, Vermont (pdf)
 
 
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Roger Amidon, Jr.'s Land Transactions in Rowe, Franklin, Massachusetts (pdf)
Roger Amidon, Jr.'s Land Transactions in Rowe, Franklin, Massachusetts (pdf)
 
 
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Rowe, Massachusetts Birth Records for Edmund Eddy Amidon and Luther Wilson Amidon and Death Records for Roger and Elizabeth Amidon
Rowe, Massachusetts Birth Records for Edmund Eddy Amidon and Luther Wilson Amidon and Death Records for Roger and Elizabeth Amidon
Records are in lower right corner of image. Image from ancestry.com. No volume or page number provided. 
 
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Ruth Eddy Amidon.  Charlton Death Record
Ruth Eddy Amidon. Charlton Death Record
Ruth is line 18. 
 
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Signatures of Baley Family Members Taken from Rensselaerwyck Documents.
Signatures of Baley Family Members Taken from Rensselaerwyck Documents.
Note that the signature on the 1793 deed differs from that of Thomas Baly (Thomas 4th) on his 1773 lease both in the spelling of Baley and the form of the B, but it is similar to that of Thomas Baley, Jr. (Thomas 5th) on his 1773 lease. The fact that Thomas did not use Junior on 1793 deed, suggests that Thomas 4th was dead at that time. (The deed is shown on the page of Thomas 5th. ) Also, note that Thomas Jr., Stanton, and Elisha all spelled their name Baley.  
 
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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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Sowing Hands by Rachel K. Martin
Sowing Hands by Rachel K. Martin
A poem in remembrance of her mother.  
 
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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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