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Town of Huntington records of the Overseers of the Poor

Huntington (N.Y.). Overseers of the Poor.

Town of Huntington records of the Overseers of the Poor

by Huntington (N.Y.). Overseers of the Poor.

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Published by Town of Huntington in [Huntington, N.Y.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Huntington (N.Y.),
  • New York (State),
  • Huntington
    • Subjects:
    • Poor -- New York (State) -- Huntington -- Registers.,
    • Huntington (N.Y.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesRecords of the Overseers of the Poor., Huntington Overseers of the Poor records.
      StatementRufus B. Langhans.
      ContributionsLanghans, Rufus B.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF129.H9 H913 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1479271M
      LC Control Number93145675

      Support of Poor. Sum raised by town for support of poor, $ 00 Cows sold from town farm, - - 70 00 $ 37 Town Debt. Sum raised by town to pay interest on town debt, Paid interest of town debt, Paid Principal on town debt, $96 80 00 $ 00 $ 80 $ Town of Hempstead Supervisor Clavin and the Town Board are pleased to announce that Town Beaches will be open daily starting on Saturday, May 23rd. Beaches are open to Hempstead Town and Nassau County residents only.

      Town of Huntington - Records of The Overseers of the Poor: contact [email protected] for more details: David & Tom Anway Oral History: Link: Records at FamilySearch: Anway Nanney: W. E. Anway and Anway Road: Link - - Southern Branch - John Nanney of Virginia: Cavaliers and Pioneers: Nugent: Link: The Chism's - Another Trail: Van Chism.   Gravesend Town Records. Book 7, Town Meetings. Gravesend Town Records ‑, Miscellaneous. Gravesend Paper No from Comptroller's Office, pp‑3. "The Overseers of the Poor of the Town of Gravesend vs. the Overseers of the Poor of the Town of Brooklyn.".

      Tilston Parish Council: minute book (PC 99) Tilston township: overseers minutes and charity accounts (PC 99) Tiverton Methodist Chapel: minutes, accounts and other records (EMS ) Twemlow township: minute book, valuation list and overseers account book . The first town- meeting, so far as known, was held at the house of John Meyer, April 3, , and the following officers elected: John Meyer, supervisor; Benjamin Wright, town clerk; John Bloomfield, A. Matthews, Benjamin Gilbert and Lute Mason, assessors; Solomon Waring, collector; Solomon Waring and Reuben Hamilton, overseers of the poor.


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Town of Huntington records of the Overseers of the Poor by Huntington (N.Y.). Overseers of the Poor. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Huntington town records, including Babylon, Long Island, N. Y; Vol. 02 Genealogy Gophers. The index to the Long Islander: WorldCat The index to the Long Islander, WorldCat Town of Huntington, records of the overseers of the poor: addendum, Family History Library.

In Boston’s case, the Overseers of the Poor were chosen by the Selectmen untilafter which they were chosen through the Town Meeting. Originally, there were four overseers, but in the board was expanded to eight overseers, one for each ward.

Historic Huntington, published on the th anniversary of the settlement of Huntington, Long Island, N.Y., July 4, by Huntington (N.Y.) (Book) 2 editions published in in English and held by 18 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

Pursuant to an Act of the Legislature of the State of New York Entitled an Act to divide the Town of Coxsackie in the County of Greene passed the 15 th Day of March We the Supervisors and Poor Masters of the Town of Coxsackie & Baltimore have divided the Poor as follows, to Witt—for the Town of Coxsackie Samuel Huntington, James Biggs.

Town of Huntington, records of the overseers of the poor: part 1,index; part 2,index Family History Library Islip Miscellaneous Records Book one of the minutes of town meetings and register of animal ear marks of the town of Islip Family History Library.

Full text of "The records of Huntington, Suffolk County" See other formats LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 5 f. H9 HS2 opy 1 NEW YORK STATE LOCAL HISTORY TOWN RECORDS PREPARED BY THE DIVISION OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY THE RECORDS OF HUNTINGTON, SUFFOLK COUNTY ROMANAH SAMMIS, LOCAL HISTORIAN ALBANY THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE.

Full text of "Records of the town of East Hampton, Long Island, Suffolk Co., N.Y., with other ancient documents of historic value" See other formats. But the town as a settled and self-governing community dates really ahead of the Nicolls patent, for the town meeting was in operation as early asand one would judge from one entry in the records that the brethren had advanced so far in the art of governing that by the stocks had been built wherewith to detain and punish offenders.

In her pioneering book Jupiter Hammon and the Biblical Beginnings ofwhose coffin was charged to the Town of Huntington Overseers of the Poor. Boston and Peni, while not enumerated in any other census, are well documented by other sources, which indicate their residence in the Huntington Village area, beginning not later than August 2.

Series 1, Administrative Records,contain a variety of papers, most concerning overseers, roads and highways, town orders, and treasurer materials.

The first significant body of papers in Series 1 consists of appointments of overseers (Box 1, folders ). Massachusetts, Town Clerk, vital and town records, Orange book of records []: began in the year of our Lord / Orange (Massachusetts).

Town Clerk Overseers of the poor (Film Collection) Town records,/ New Bedford (Massachusetts). Town Clerk (Film Collection) Town records, [Bolton. The materials appearing on Publicrecords web site could include technical, typographical, or photographic errors.

Publicrecords does not warrant that any of the materials on its web site are accurate, complete, or current. This collection documents the Town of Edgartown's administrative activities, public services, and public works from Some of the significant functions and topics represented include elections, the overseers of the poor, selectmen's records, roads, and taxes.

One Washington Street 2nd Floor Hempstead, NY () The Department of Buildings strives to preserve life and property and maintain the suburban quality of life through the administration and enforcement of building, plumbing, electrical and housing codes.

The Overseers of the Poor with the consent of a Justice of the Peace placed Jerris Ellis (7 years old) and Samuel Ellis (3 years old) poor boys of the Perry Township with Lemuel Ellis. Lemuel was to teach them farming and provide sufficient meat, drink and clothing, washing, lodging, mending, and.

Records of divisions, grants, surveys, etc. of land, ff ; Field book of the survey of the Inner Commons,etc. ; Record of Inhabitants leasing land from the town, ; Hawley Fund papers,; Lists of logs deposited by floods, ; List of real estate, by owner, A- W (undated) ; Deeds and mortgages of personal.

Overseers of the Poor, Spotsylvania County, Records, 1 item. Mss4Spa1. This list,contains the names of individuals designated to receive poor relief by the Spotsylvania County Overseers of the Poor. It contains the names of both men and women, along with the amounts that individuals were to receive.

Janu The series consists of microfilm copies of local public and private records from approximately New York State communities. Included is film of such historically valuable local records as state censuses; county, town, village, and city government records; records of religious, public and non-public educational and fraternal organizations; records of commercial enterprises; military records.

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[25]. Clerks respond to inquiries regarding vital records, since most have indexes available, but unindexed town records with details of town life (officers, tax lists, freeman's lists, cattle and hog marks, voting lists, warnings out, overseers of the poor accounts, school records, etc.) must be searched in person either on microfilm or at the town.

Most counties transferred all records to the Probate Court, but in some circumstances, Court of Common Pleas records should be searched for records prior to Most records are housed at the Hunterdon County, New Jersey Genealogy Courthouse. Some records are on microfilm at the Ohio Genealogical Society and the Family History Library.

The town of Huntington included only abstracts and samples of its full manumission and slave child birth registration records in its published town records (Huntington_Town_Records,‑93) according to compiler Charles Street.Cairo Town Records.

Transcribed by Scott Wichmann from original books in the Town of Cairo Offices. The Town of Cairo was established in The early pages of this record book are missing. This project made possible by the generous support of Joan Swaney, Marsha. Tiemann, Melanie Citty and an anonymous donor.