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Southern New York Genealogy

A group for anyone interested in the Counties of Delaware, Greene, Columbia, Dutchess, Ulster, Sullivan, Westchester, Putnam, Orange, and Rockland, including Staten Island, and New York City boroughs not on Long Island.

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Comment by Janet Kimbleton Grace on August 12, 2011 at 4:51pm
Looking for parents of Perry Green Tripp born in 1815, 1818/19.  Birthplace listed as Galen, Seneca County and Smyrna, Chenango County on several records.  Smyrna 1820 Census lists a Job Tripp, no children.  1820 Galen Census lists a Benjamin Tripp with a son (No name given for Son).  I have 16 sources that show that Perry Green Tripp could be the son of Benjamin Tripp and nothing to exclude him.  Looking for additional verification.  Thank you for all that you do!  Janet
Comment by Sherry Hall on August 24, 2010 at 3:42am
Looking for Wilson, Willson and Downs in Westchester County.
Comment by Catherine Davis on March 16, 2010 at 9:37am
My western NY lines are:
1. Fergusons who were in Beekman, Dutchess Co during the Revolution, moved to Broadalbin, Montgomery Co by 1810, to Ohio, Herkimer Co by 1825. Some Fergusons stayed in that area, but my branch moved on in the late 1840s to Sanilac and Huron Counties in Michigan.
2. Waterburys and Earls who originated in CT, but, with some stops along the way, ended up in Andes, Delaware Co. in the early 1800s. Talmage Waterbury, son of Daniel of Andes, moved to Huron Co., Ohio in the early 1830s, returned to Schoharie abt 1832 after the death of his wife, Rachel Earl, married Elizabeth Devotion in Schoharie, and moved to MI in the 1840s. He is buried at Port Sanilac, Sanilac, Co., MI. Talmage was a Congregational minister.
Comment by Catherine Davis on March 16, 2010 at 9:20am
Re Carol Denehy's comment of Aug 22, 2009:
Have you tried looking for a revolutionary war pension application for the Clement who was in the Dutchess Co. militia? These applications sometimes include other family information and you might find a link that lets you trace your known ancestors to the revolutionary war patriot. Heritage Quest, if you have access to it, has all the pension applications online. Otherwise, you would need to find a library that has the microfilms (Library of Michigan in Lansing, for example) or use the National Archives.
Comment by maggie on March 14, 2010 at 12:32pm
there are picture of org Hegeman stone in find a grave
Comment by James P. LaLone on March 14, 2010 at 11:09am
Very interested in / collect all HAGAMAN / HAGEMAN / HAGERMAN / HEGEMAN, etc. families descended from the Dutch Adrian HAGAMAN who settled in New Amsterdam. Thanks, Jim
Comment by Lisa A. (Thamm) Spegal on February 28, 2010 at 3:17pm
Since this would have an affect on NY researchers, I thought ya'll might want to read it if you haven't already:
Comment by Christine Kay Olsen-Needham on November 17, 2009 at 6:28am
I'm looking for the VELZY/VELZIE family of New York. I don't really know what part of New York, though. Hoping someone out there might recognize this surname. She married into the MOSIER/MOSHER family (of MA).
Comment by Debra Egbert-Foster on August 23, 2009 at 11:00am
This my line: Govert > Tunis > James> John who married Martha.
James and Isaac were brother. I would be glad to share on what I have. On Isaac's family all I have is a list of children and some dates.
Comment by Leon Jessie on August 22, 2009 at 10:41pm
Looking for the parents of William Henry Cross in Greene County, NY.

Born in Greene County, NY 10/28/1809, M:Lucy Amanda Boardman 10/2301833. in Seneca Falls, NY

Descendants of William Henry Cross:
.Asa Deming Cross b: 05/29/1835 in Seneca Falls, NY d: 09/16/1864 in Seneca Falls, NY
.Amos N. Cross b: 02/14/1837 in Seneca Falls, NY d: 09/11/1862 in Harrison's Landing
.Lemuel Burnet Cross b: 08/05/1838 in Tyre, Seneca County, NY d: 08/21/1927 in Syracuse, NY
Mary J. Cross b: 04/10/1840
d: 05/11/1840 in Seneca Falls, NY
Harriet Jane Cross b: 07/01/1841
James G. Cross b: 10/11/1843 in Seneca Falls, NY d: 09/16/1864 in Florence, NC
George M. Cross b: 03/02/1845 in Seneca Falls, NY d: 07/26/1913 in Owendale, Brookfield Township, MI
.William H. Cross, Jr. b: 01/30/1847 in Seneca Falls, NY d: 01/06/1868 in Seneca Falls, NY
Norman P. Cross b: 06/05/1849 in Seneca Falls, NY d: 04/06/1871 Had been in Libby Prison
Charolette Ellen Cross b: 12/05/1851
Mary Elizabeth Cross b: 05/15/1855 in Seneca Falls, NY d: 04/11/1856 in Seneca Falls, NY
Charles F. D. Cross b: 08/27/1856 in Seneca Falls, NY d: 1878 in Texas
Emma L. Cross b: 10/25/1858 in Seneca Falls, NY d: 01/26/1878 in Seneca Falls, NY
Joseph H. Cross b: 05/15/1863 in Seneca Falls, NY
*2nd Wife of [1] William Henry Cross:
Ann M. Wybourn b: 1825 in Coxsackie, NY m: 04/13/1873 in Greenville, NY d: 12/07/1914 in Poughkeepsie, NY Poughkeepsie Rural Cemetery

He enlisted 9/16/1861 Seneca Falls, NY at age of 43, Union Army, Private, Co. K , 50th NY Engineers as a carpenter. Tiba and Fibula broken on right leg from fall when jumping a ditch while on a scouting party. Out for disability 6/12/1862 Fairfax Va. Seminary Hospital , DC.

Returned to Seneca Falls, NY. Farmer, 260 acres 1867. Lucy and William did not get along and on 05/29/1873 they obtained separation papers. William had moved out and back to Greene County, NY where he married Ann M. Wybourn on 4/13/1873 in Greenville, NY. He was still married to Lucy at that time but, did not inform Ann. Ann was previously married to William Brandow on 4/14/1843. Brandow died in March , 1850 in Greenville, NY. William Cross left Ann and moved to an Old Soldiers Home in Bath, NY to be treated for a leg injury on 5/10/1886. He died there on 5/20/1886 of blood poisoning.

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