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Looking for information regarding the family of Dennis Warren and his wife
Margaret Casey. They had three children Mary (b. about 1864), Thomas(b. about
1866), and Bartholomew (b. January 13, 1867).
Dennis was born February 1,1840 in Ireland to Thomas Warren and Margaret
Galagher. Dennis, and perhaps his parents came to America and apparently lived
in the Stockport area (where Bart was born). Between 1868 and 1870 Dennis and
his family moved to Stephentown. He was a blacksmith by trade.
Any help would be greatly appreciated, since I've gotten nowhere with this
Columbia County ancestors of interest
with date/place of birth
Acker, Sarah abt May 22 1776 Claverack, Columbia, NY(?)
Clapper, FAMILY Kinderhook, Churchtown, North Chatham
Dederick, Anna bef Jan 5 1741 Germantown, Columbia, NY
Dedrick, Magdalena 1805 New York
DeLameter, Gurtruy 1715 Claverack, Columbia, NY(?)
Haber, Elizabetha bef May 3 1733 Germantown, Columbia, NY(?)
Hallenbeck, Dirk Jul 11 1699 Loonenburg, Greene, NY
Harder, Elizabetha bef Apr 11 1757 Claverack, Columbia, NY(?)
Haus, Maria Oct 15 1750 Kakiat, Roikland, Germany
Heuser, Christina bef Jul 16 1751 Germantown, Columbia, NY(?)
Hill, Elizabeth Aug 5 1769 married John Clapper Kinderhook 1792
Holtzapfel, Eva Aug 23 1735 Germantown, Columbia, NY(?)
Jocobi, Sarah c1795 married George Shufelt c1815 Ghent(?)
Klum, Engel c1740 married John Pulver, Germantown 1769
Martin, Frederick W. Feb 6 1799 Germantown, Columbia, NY
Monnell, Joseph Dwight Dec 17 1781 Claverack, Columbia, NY
Muller, Johannes abt 1765 Claverack, Columbia, NY
Murphy, Elizabeth Dec 31 1765 Claverack, Columbia, NY(?)
New, Simon bef Mar 29 1767 Claverack, Columbia, NY(?)
Paul, Cornelia 1857 Hudson, Columbia, NY(?)
Priest, Victor Williamson Feb 1883 Hudson, Columbia, NY(?)
Pulver, Conrad aft Mar 1712 Livingston, Columbia, NY(?)
Reisdorf, Catharina abt 1714 Columbia/Dutchess County, NY
Rood, Jerusha Apr 22 1765 married Claverack c1785
Rowley, Edwin Collier Apr 22 1854 Hudson, Columbia, NY
Shattuck, Bertha E 1861 Hudson, Columbia, NY
Shufelt, George Adam Feb 16 1794 Ghent, Columbia, NY
Smit, Catherina bef Jun 19 1758 Kinderhook, Columbia, NY(?)
Smit, Catherina bef Sep 3 1735 Claverack, Columbia, NY(?)
Stoppelbeen, Nicolaus bef Feb 26 1713 Langenlonsheim, Germany
Stratton, Pamelia abt 1804 Columbia County, NY mother Jerushia
VanAlsteyn, Catherine 1683 Kinderhook, Columbia, NY
VanHoesen, Maria abt 1722
VanValkenburg, Jochem abt 1702 Kinderhook, Columbia, NY(?)
Good hunting, Peter
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