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Thanks to all who responded to my query about NYS Vital Records. As the old
saying goes, "misery loves company", it's good to know that I'm not the only
one with the problem. It really bothers me, though, that they want an
upfront payment of $11 for such a slow service with no refund if nothing is
found. I guess all of my dealings with user-friendly NARA have spoiled me!
It took me a long time. So long I had given up and wrote the county
directly. The county came back and said they didn't have it. After that
the state sent me a copy.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, July 31, 1999 3:47 AM
Subject: [NYDELAWA-L] NYS Vital Records
> Does anyone on the list have a feel for how long it takes NYS Vital
> to respond to a request for a copy of a birth, death, or marriage
> certificate? I submitted a long series of requests starting about
> of this year, and haven't heard anything yet. Ed Kohinke
Thumbs up, Bert, for a great day at the Gathering! The day was well
worth doing, and we are looking forward to next year. It was great to
meet so many of our on-line group and the people who were at the Court
House to assist us were terrific. Thanks to everyone involved.
I'm looking for information about Nellie Mae Juckett b 11-15-1870, d10-31-1891
she had two sisters, Pearl Juckett who married Harry Buell of franklin and
Mary Juckett married Grant Peck and lived in Granton, NY. Thanks, Sandi in
A copy of the first edition [second printing] of my genealogical
compilation, 'The BURGHARDT/BURGET Family In America,' was recently sent
as a gift to the Columbia County, NY Historical Society in Kinderhook
for the use of the BURGHARDT/BURGET and allied families.
This publication primarily includes information about my branch of the
BURGHARDT/BURGET family [with variations of the spelling of the
surname], who were probably
German but lived among the Dutch in the Hudson River Valley around
Claverack, Kinderhook, and Albany in what is now Columbia Co. and Albany
Co., NY and nearby Great Barrington, Berkshire Co., MA during the
Subsequent generations migrated westward to Middleburgh, Schoharie Co.;
Harpersfield [Kortright], Delaware Co.; and Smithville, Chenango Co. in
up-state New York during the 1700's; Harpersfield, Ashtabula Co., OH in
early 1800's; Livingston Co., MO by the 1840's; Kings Valley, Benton
by the late 1840's; Sutter and Meridian, Sutter Co., CA by the 1860's;
Forestburg, Montague Co., TX by the late 1850's.
The first of three soft-bound volumes includes a 150 page narrative
family and an alphabetical index of the names of individuals included in
narrative as of the first printing in 1996.
The second of the three volumes [Appendix] contains Descendants Charts,
beginning with the oldest BURGHARDT family member that I had documented
1996, as well as an alphabetical Name Sorted List of those individuals,
BURGHARDT/BURGETs and allied families who married a BURGHARDT/BURGET.
A Descendants Chart for the first seven generations, as well as for four
main branches of the the descendants of Jehoiakim6 BURGHARDT, Sr. and
WHITE are included. Those four branches were: Judith7 BURGET and Josiah
DODGE; William7 BURGET, Sr. and Abigail ANDREWS; Milburry7 BURGET and
[Sally] ANDREWS; and Jehoiakim7 BURGET, Jr. and his two wives, Katherine
DODGE and Catherine Anne Sarissa PATTERSON.
The third volume of the set contains a 'Locality Sort List' generated on
the LDS 'Personal Ancestral File' program of the places and dates of
birth, marriage, death, and burial of those individuals currently listed
in my data base.
Copies of the original printing were also sent to the following
and genealogical societies and libraries around the country in those
where BURGHARDT/BURGET families migrated and lived:
Berkshire Co. Historical Society Great Barrington, MA
New York State Library Albany, NY
Dutch Settlers Society Albany, NY
Old Stone Fort Genealogical Library Schoharie, NY
Ashtabula Co. Historical Society Jefferson, OH
State Library of Ohio Columbus, OH
Allen Co. Library Fort Wayne, IN
Missouri State Archives Jefferson City, MO
Oregon State Archives Salem, OR
Benton Co. Historical Society Philomath, OR
California State Library Sacramento, CA
Sutter Co. Historical Society Yuba City, CA
Texas State Library Austin, TX
Montague Co. Genealogical Society Bowie, TX
State Library of Oklahoma Oklahoma City, OK
In researching this publication, an extensive network of individuals was
developed; and I have also especially enjoyed communicating with many of
to whom I am also indebted during my subsequent research since that
Milbrey Otto Burgett
777 Bayshore Drive, #601
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
NYS can take over a year. NYS is notoriously slow in processing
genealogical requests. Requests on current individuals takes precedence.
The state is actively encouraging people to get the information from the
proper town clerks.
NYS also wants payment in advanced and they will only check dates on either
side of year submitted. Heard that they now have a form they want filled
out. It might also be noted that the cutoff date is c.1883. They will take
your money on earlier dates but the information wasn't taken before
c.1883 -if then.
NYS has a web site with specifics. Had it but can't find it.
From: EdKohinke(a)aol.com <EdKohinke(a)aol.com>
To: NYDELAWA-L(a)rootsweb.com <NYDELAWA-L(a)rootsweb.com>
Date: Saturday, July 31, 1999 6:49 AM
Subject: [NYDELAWA-L] NYS Vital Records
>Does anyone on the list have a feel for how long it takes NYS Vital Records
>to respond to a request for a copy of a birth, death, or marriage
>certificate? I submitted a long series of requests starting about mid-March
>of this year, and haven't heard anything yet. Ed Kohinke
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Does anyone on the list have a feel for how long it takes NYS Vital Records
to respond to a request for a copy of a birth, death, or marriage
certificate? I submitted a long series of requests starting about mid-March
of this year, and haven't heard anything yet. Ed Kohinke
While my home is just north of the Delaware Co border, recent events have
forced me to
move further north...maybe next year...in the meantime, let me echo the wishes
of all unable to attend the weekend festivities in hoping you all have
phenomenal success in research, as well as enjoying many new friendships, the
flavor of Delaware Co history & and its amazing beauty.
I came on board the list late and am not fully aware of the agenda and
being made available. What I have seen is truly amazing and illustrates what
when communication between various resources opens up. It appears in many
ways virtually all of Delaware Co has opened its doors to
genealogists/historians. This is how history and genealogy should
work...everyone benefits and much new history will be learned & shared. I am
sure many deserve rich applause but will here trumpet Joyce R.
It should be clear to all now why the Delaware Co Genweb site is one of the
best in the whole international genweb system!!! Good work Joyce!
My families include: Baldwin, Beebe, Burgess, Glendenning, Graham, Graves,
Huxford, Jackson, Johnson, Scott, Stilson, Strong, Vandeusen, Wannemacher,
Waring & Weed
Hope everyone has safe travel and a wonderful weekend! I had a great trip
there a year ago and can't wait to go back next year!
Names researching in Delaware Co. - RUSSELL, CLAP, DELAMETER, DUMOND,
I was not able to attend this year and I see you have a date planned for next
year. Myay I ask what the date is since my family and I are already planning
a trip to the east coast for next year and maybe we can attend the event.
Surnames Researching: Tweedie, Hammon, Middlemist, Gordon, Elliot
It looks like you will all have a wonderful time together. The timing just
wasn't good for me this year, but I am looking forward to being there next
year. I wish you all much success.
Names on my tree from Delaware County.
Williams, Howard, Howland, Hillsinger, Lindsley, Todd, Hoover
Several weeks ago we had a discussion on the list concerning the
difficulty in obtaining old military records. Last October I requested
records from the National Archives for an ancestor. I was notified that
the records were not in Washington and to write to a military office in
Buffalo. I immediately received a reply from that that the records
would be sent to me within sixty days.
Over the next several months I wrote three letters of inquiry, with no
reply to any of them.
BUT last Saturday I opened my mailbox to find a Priority Package from
the Buffalo office containing three pounds of documentation! In the
papers I learned that John V. Finkle was indeed our ancestor,
verification of his parents, and that he had moved to Pennsylvania from
NY and that is where he died. This may be a clue for me to locate
Elisha Finkle, his "missing" father.
Don't give up hope if you are trying to get records. My sixty day wait
turned into seven months, but now that I have the information ask me if
Well it sounds like Sat. will be a blast, Unfortunately I will have to
cancel, my boss through a wrench in the works today , seems we (entire
dept.) have exactly 48 hours to move a 100 ton piece of equip. into a new
bldg. , must be up and running by 7:30 am Monday , so alas we will be
working all weekend.
I really wish I could be there, was planning on it, Man I hate work. Next
year I will be there for sure, enjoy and have a great day.
Arlie DuBois searching DuBois, Steenrod, Francisco and Smith
From: Bert More <bmore(a)catskill.net>
Subject: [NYDELAWA-L] GATHERING GUESTS
Date: Wednesday, July 28, 1999 8:58 PM
I am very pleased to share with you the news that John Raitt, author of
"Ruts in the Road" and Dorothy Kubick, author of "Anti-Rent Wars in
will be joining us on Saturday.
Also: The Town Hall in Hamden will be open at 9:30 or thereabouts on
Saturday...the Delaware County offices will be open at noon. Please check
into the Town Hall before going to the offices, so that special directions
for the day can be shared.
Still hot and humid here in the foothills of the Catskills. We could use
some rain! If at all possible, bring it with you!
See you soon!
P.S. There will be other surprises during the day...but I don't want to
ruin ALL the fun!!!
ALL the fun!!!
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Date: Thu, 29 Jul 1999 16:45:42 -0400
From: Milbrey Otto Burgett <mottob(a)att.net>
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Bill Thompson <wtassoc(a)mail.enter.net>,
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A Conrad BURGIT is listed as buried in the Smith Family Burying Ground
located in the Town of Davenport, between Davenport and Davenport
Centre, in Delaware Co., NY. He d. 3 Feb 1819 aged 40 years [b. abt
Does anyone on the list have any information about Conrad, his immediate
family, and/or his ancestors?
Also, why is he the only individual outside the SMITH family buried in
the Smith Family Burying Ground?
Milbrey Otto Burgett
Hello. I'm so pleased at so many coming to the Gathering on Saturday.
I'm sorry I can't be there, but I've got the date on for next year
already on my calendar. I hope everyone has a great time.
22 Old Route 9
Staatsburg, NY 12580
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I am searching for the wife `s family of Capt Thomas Smith born 1745
Haddam,Ct married Eurana Wright from Haddam,Ct, Had children born Haddam,Ct
and moved to Greene co,NY 1788 and Thomas died Cornwallville,NY,Greene co.
Can anyone find either of these families in Haddam,Ct, or info on there
Mary Crocket Carbine b. 31July1774,Greene or Winchester co,NYmarried in
Rhy,NY Peter Van Ordin born 19Feb1761 Leeds,NY. Need info on family of Mary?
Phebe Haight b.29Mar1822 and sister Hannah b. 18Mar 1820 both were married to
William Doolittle born Medusa,Albany Co,NY and died Durham,NY,Greene coon
5Apr1892. I believe the sisters parents are Benjamin b. 1796 and Beverly
Haight of Rensselaerville or Medusa,Albany Co,NY. Can anyone confirm this for
Daniel Doolittle born 2Jan1780 married Elizabeth Sutherland born 19Apr1783
Rensselaerville,NY died 26June 1850Medusa cemetery. I believe her father to
be William Sutherland, can anyone help me.
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