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Hello, I was wondering if anyone could offer me any information regarding the Farmers National Bank? I have a bank in the shape of a book. The cover of the book reads:
Farmers National Bank
Deposits Fully protected
resources over $1,000,000.
I was just curious if this was of any value. I would greatly
appreciate any information that you can provide.
I am in need of someone who can do a physical lookup in the town records for
Kortright and/or county records lookup. I am in Florida and can't do this
for myself and would prefer not to have the clerk do this for me.
Thankx in advance
I saw Joyce's barn photograph in Bundy Hollow and would like to know where
Bundy Hollow is located. Where might 1850s real estate records be located
for Bundy Hollow?
Also, can someone steer me to possible records for a Baptist congregation in
Masonville in the 1850s?
Thanks - researching, Bundy, Dingee
I am a descendant of Giles Churchill, b. 1718 in Westersfield, Conn. and an
early settler in Delaware County. It's reported that he came to the "folks
of the Delaware River" in 1751; different reports say that the area is now
Stamford and others indicate Cochecton. There are many missing pieces to
Giles Churchill. It is said that he settled on William Penn's Grant; perhaps
on the west side of the river. My question is, how would I go about
researching land grants from William Penn?
Hello All . . .
Check out the website for updates these past couple of weeks.
Thanks to Connelly VanValkenburgh, Don Rose, Roger D. Davis, Ed Davidson
and Ray LaFever.
Ray has started on a major project, 'The Early Bovina Families'. Reach
that through the 'Towns and Early Settlers' link under Historical
Joyce Riedinger, Coordinator
Delaware County NY Genealogy and History Site
List of Participants -
Delaware County Listowner
Does anyone on the Delaware List know the relationship of the HUYCK
family from the Hudson River Valley around Kinderhook with the Isaac
HUYCK in the biographical review below?
Delaware County, NY Genealogy and History Site
SOURCE: BIOGRAPHICAL REVIEW, 13th Section - pages 589 through 649
GEORGE J. HUYCK, a thriving farmer of Deposit, was born in Tompkins,
N.Y., September 7, 1840, son of Peter
Huyck, Jr., who was born in the same town, March 26, 1810, he being the
son of Peter Huyck, a native of Schoharie
Isaac Huyck, father of Peter, was also born in Schoharie County, and was
of Dutch descent, his ancestors having been
among the original settlers of New York State, while he was one of the
founders of the town of Scodic, or, as it is now
called, Schoharie. Removing from that place, he eventually bought a farm
in what is now Cannonsville, on Trout Creek. As
time went on, improvements were made by him, and the acreage increased.
Isaac Huyck died when ninety six years of age,
on the farm he had cleared, and which is still held in his family. His
son Peter assisted with the work on the farm, and later
added to the number of acres on Trout Creek. At the breaking out of the
Revolutionary War he enlisted with the American
forces under different commands, and many and various were the anecdotes
of those exciting times he would relate to his
grandchildren. He distinctly remembered the flight of his parents from
their home near Kingston, whence they were driven
by the Indians. Peter Huyck was married twice, first to Susana Gardner,
of Kingston; and from this marriage there were
four children--Lottie, Annie, George, and Isaac. He married for his
second wife Cornelia Huyck, a distant relative; and
from this union there were seven children -- Peter, Andrew, Jacob,
Elisha, Susan, Julia, and Lavinia. Mr. Huyck lived on
the homestead on Trout Creek, and died there when a very old man.
Peter Huyck, Jr., started in active business life for himself as
steersman, rafting logs to Philadelphia. Later he took to buying
and selling live stock, walking long distances, driving his herd before
him, buying and selling as he went. At the end of a few
years he bought a farm, which he stocked well, and in connection with
his farm work engaged again in lumbering. When
twenty-seven years of age, he married Esther Seeley, daughter of William
and Mary (Benedict) Seeley, of Sidney. They
had five children, namely; .William E., who married Lavinia (Begeal)
Houghtaling, the widow of Elias Houghtaling, who was
killed in the late war; George J., the subject of this biography; Julia
A., who married Charles Downs, of Deposit; Mary E.,
who married William Begeal, son of Samuel and Charlotte (Barley)Begeal,
of Schoharie County; and Celia Ann, who
married Charles A. Palmatier, of Tompkins. Peter Huyck, Jr., still lives
at this writing, scarcely showing his advanced age of
eightyfive years, and remembers all important events that have occurred
during his life. He was one of the founders of the
Presbyterian church in his town, and its first Deacon. He was in his
young days a Democrat; but at the starting of the
Republican party he cast his vote with them, and has continued to do so
up to the present time.
George J. Huyck received his education at the district schools, helping
his father with the farm work at odd times, and had
just become of age, in 1862, when the war broke out. He enlisted in the
One Hundred and Forty-fourth Regiment, New
York Volunteers, served three years; and at James Island, in front of
Charleston, on February 17, 1865, was shot by two
minie balls, which struck both legs. After lying in the hospital at
Beaufort, S.C., he returned to the regiment, and was
granted a furlough of thirty days. He reported for duty at the end of
that time, and was mustered out in July of the same
year. After remaining at home about two years, he went to Ricevil!e,
Mitchell County, Ia., where he engaged in farming and
stock-raising. He remained there three years, then sold out, returned
East, and bought the homestead, where he engaged in
farming, dairying, and lumbering to a certain extent. In 1892 Mr. Huyck
sold that place, and went to the DeMoney farm,
where he remained but a short time, as in 1894 he bought the Whitaker
estate, one of the best and oldest in the country. On
November 27, 1872, George J. Huyck married Ann E. Travis, of Hale's
Eddy, a descendant of the old Whitaker family,
the original owners of his estate, and a sister of Squire Travis, of
Hale's Eddy, town of Deposit. Mr. and Mrs. Huyck have
three children -- William Jan, Rutherford Squire, and Celia Ann. Mr.
Huyck is a member of the Presbyterian church, and
his wife a member of the Baptist church of Tompkins. He was a charter
member of Hathaway Post, Grand Army of the
Republic, Deposit, and is honored and respected as a patriotic and
On Sat. Sept 15th at 1pm Robert Rowe a descendent of Harmanus,
will speak at the annual meeting of the Old Stone School House
Association. He will speak about the 1st settlers of what is now the
Town of Middletown and the "Murder" of Harmanus Dumond. The meeting is
open to the public. The school house is on Rt. 28, One mile west of
Margaretville N.Y. Robert Is a retired minister and now a full time
genealogist,and has been researching the Dumond family and the Murder of
Harmanus Dumond for many years, and is in the process of starting a
website honoring Harmanus.
Anyone interested in the Dumond Family or any other of the early
settlers of the Town Of Middletown area are welcome to attend.
The Stone School House was built in 1820 and is a neat historical
place to visit!
If you plan on attending please e-mail me privately so that I can
make sure we have enough chairs for everyone.
George Hendricks, Vice Chairman of the School House Association
G J H
William Barlow QUARTON III, Cedar Rapids, IA relates that "My maternal
grandmother, Charlotte [HAUCK] REASER was born at Franklin, Delaware
County, New York on October 6, 1830. She came to Oskaloosa, Mahaska
County, Iowa as one of the pioneer settlers in 1858. She married David
REASER there on July 4, 1859 and lived on the same plot of ground where
she first settled for 48 years and ran a business. Her last few years
were spent with her son, Emery, and his family in Algona, Kossuth
County, Iowa. Emery had a small two bedroom house, and my father had a
large four bedroom house and a lot of kids. Anyway, I guess father
[William B. QUARTON II] was still upset with grandmother REASER, because
she made daughter Ella wait for four years [1882-1886] until grandfather
had a furnished house for Ella to move into. The story of Grandma
REASER's passing referred to her as 'a woman of wonderful physical
vitality and business capability.' "
Does anyone on the Delaware List have information about HAUCK/HUYCK
families living in Franklin, Delaware Co., NY ca. 1830?
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I hope that you are still on the list.
For the past month I've been able to receive your email.
However, when I email you, it keeps coming back as . . .
The following addresses had permanent fatal errors -----
A quick answer to your last letter is "Simmons-Thompson".
There is no king who has not had a slave among
his ancestors, and no slave who has not had a
king among his. Helen Keller
Searching: ANDERSON, BIGSBY, BROPHY, CAVANAUGH, COLE
CONKLIN, CRAMER, CUMMINGS, EVANS, GASTON,
HIER (HYER), LITTLE, NILES, POTTER, SAUNDERS,
SKINNER, VAN HORN, VINCENT, WOOD
I have some of the Axtell family from Delaware County in my database. The Moses
Axtell to whom you refer was a Revolutionary War Veteran. This is the information
that I have about him:
Moses Axtell, a native of Boston, was a son of Daniel Axtell, who came from Wales
with a brother, Aaron. Moses enlisted as a minute man at the opening of the
Revolution. He also belonged to a company disguised as Indians, and helped throw
the tea overboard in Boston harbor. He was at Lexington and heard the handsome
British officer cry out, "Disperse, ye rebels!" answered by shots from all sides.
He was in the battle of Bunker Hill, where the "rebels," under Putnam, sheltered
by a fence, beat down the British in heaps, but were finally compelled to retreat.
Mr. Axtell was a blacksmith and armorer in the Revolutionary army. After the close
of the war he lost his wife and removed to New Britain, where he married Bershabe
Peck. He moved to Schoharie, and from thence to Unadilla, with the Johnstons and
Sliters, where he remained till 1803, when he settled at Barbourville.
Page 63. UNADILLA. Area 28,349 Acres. Population 2,601.
This township was formed from Otsego in 1792. It lies at the confluence of the
Susquehanna and the Unadilla, and is watered by the many tributaries of these
rivers. It is believed to have been settled to some extent before the Revolution,
but where or by whom is not known. Like all other parts of the county, it filled
up rapidly as soon as peace permitted.
Unadilla village dates from about 1790, but its early importance was due to the
construction in 1802 of the Catskill and Susquehanna turnpike, an important
highway which terminated here, the point being known as "Wattles' Ferry", from
Sluman Wattles, a leading pioneer in that region. The village was on lands of the
"Wallace patent." Among the first settlers were Aaron Axtell, the village
blacksmith, who purchased the first lot; Solomon Martin, a soldier of the
Revolution and of the war of 1812, sheriff of the county and member of assembly,
from whom Martin brook was named; Daniel Bissell and his kinsman, Guido L.
Bissell; Dr. Gordon Huntington, the leading physician of that region and member of
assembly from 1805 to 1809; Joseph S. Bragg, whose son Edward S. Bragg became
brigadier general in the Rebellion and a congressman from Wisconsin; Moses Axtell,
one of the "Boston tea party" and a hero of Lexington and Bunker Hill; Stephen
Benton, a landholder and merchant; Captain Uriah Hanford, William Wilmot, the
first cabinet-maker, Samuel Crooker, the four Cone brothers Dr. Adanijah, Daniel,
Gilbert and Gardner, who, with their descendants, have had an important share in
the development of the village; Elisha Luther, John Fiske, a soldier of 1812,
Whitney Bacon, David finch, Henry Ogden, who was member of assembly in 1820, Niel
Robinson, John Eels, justice of the peace and supervisor, and Calvin and Lorin
Gates, who purchased land here about 1810.
Among influential citizens of a later date were Sherman Page, an able lawyer,
member of assembly in 1827, member of the 23rd and 24th congress and associate
judge of the county; Major Christopher D. Fellows, who from his advent in the
village at the age of fourteen to that of ninety-three, "was an active and
intelligent force in nearly all that advanced the interests of the place," Dr.
Gaius Leonard Halsey, author of the "Reminiscences" included in "The Pioneers of
Unadilla" by his son Francis W. Halsey; Clark I. Hayes, whom farmers have to thank
for improved breeds of farm stock throughout this valley; Eli C. Belknap, a
leading lawyer; and Arnold B. Watson, than whom no more useful man has ever lived
in Unadilla. Alike in educational, religious and financial affairs he was among
the first and best.
Ebenezer Gregory came from Gilbertsville to Unadilla Center, where he built the
stone house that is still standing. He reared four sons and four daughters, who
with their descendants have contributed much to the social and business life of
Among the early proprietors in the vicinity of Sand Hill, in the eastern part of
the township, were Daniel Buckley, John and Aaron Sisson, Samuel Merriman and
Elisha Lathrop. John Sisson came as early as 1790 and settled in the vicinity
afterwards called Sisson Hill. In the same vicinity were Captain Seth Rowley, a
veteran of the Revolution and Captain Elisha Saunders, who was both physician and
soldier, and who was
killed at the battle of Queenstown in 1812.
Unadilla is pleasantly situated on the north bank of the Susquehanna river, and on
the line of the Albany & Susquehanna railroad, 99 miles from Albany and 44 from
Binghamton. It has a superior system of water works, with reservoirs 150 feet
above the village, and an electric light plant furnishing 26 arc lights for the
streets, with incandescent lights for the stores and dwellings. It is a
manufacturing place of some importance, having a large milk condensery, a carriage
factory making the superior Hanford carriages and wagons, a large tailoring
establishment and several cigar factories. It is one of the most attractive
villages on the line of the railroad, being noted for its wide and shady streets,
its beautiful river view, its handsome residences and its well kept private
VILLAGES: There are three villages in this township, viz.: Unadilla (population
1,172), Unadilla Center (population 73), and Wells Bridge (population 165).
Rockdale, on the Unadilla River, is mostly in Chenango County.
SCHOOLS: Number of districts 18, teachers 21, children of school age 44 [sic].
The Unadilla Union Free School and Academy, which in 1894 succeeded the former
academy, has a large, modern building with superior sanitary arrangements, city
water and electric lights. It ranks as a High School under the University of the
State of New York. Its course of instruction includes the natural sciences,
ancient and modern languages, and teachers' training class. It has a library of
over 2,000 volumes, besides reference books. The Academic department prepares for
college and grants regents' diplomas. The faculty consists of a principal and
CHURCHES: At Unadilla, Baptist, Episcopal, Methodist, and Presbyterian. At Wells
Bridge, Baptist and Methodist. At Unadilla Center, Methodist, and a Methodist
church at Sand Hill, in the eastern part.
NEWSPAPERS: The Unadilla Times, a weekly paper, established in 1854.
It is related that he shed tears because he could not vote, under the
John Adams law. He had six sons - Moses, David, Joseph, John, George and Rufus;
and five daughters. Tamar married Nathaniel Cook, Abigail married Nicholas Sliter,
Sally Pamilia married Henry Hess, and Ann is married to Daniel Wood. These all
(except Rufus and Sally, who died of dropsy) raised large families in the town.
Moses Axtell died before the war of 1812. His eldest son, Moses, is still living,
over eighty years old, on the old homestead.
Moses, 1755-1813 (Revolutionary soldier - was in Boston Tea Party, Battle of
Lexington, Battle of Bunker Hill). Was armorer & blacksmith 1775-1783
He had 13 children; two with his first wife; eleven with his second. He is buried
in the Eldridge Axtell Cemetery, Route 28.
Subject: [NYDELAWA-L] Axtells
Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2001 16:20:45 -0700
From: "batotaxtell" <batotaxtell(a)icountry.net>
I'm the newest member of this list, and these are the people I'm looking for in
Deposit/Stilesville/Tompkins twp all of which are in Delaware County, NY (I
(1: Florence Mae (White) Axtell, dau of Joseph White and Laura (unknown)
b: June 17, 1879 in either Deposit or Chicago, IL
m: Maurice Floyd Axtell sometime before March 1906 (when their son was born)
d: November 2, 1927 in Stilesville, Deposit, NY
bu: in Hambletville Cemetery, Deposit, NY
(2: Betsey A. (Bolt) Axtell
m: 1865 to Walter J. Axtell
(3: Caroline (Harper/Lovelace????) Axtell
m: Joseph Axtell, son of Moses Axtell and Bathsheba Peak(e).
d: December 17, 1889 in Tompkins twp, Delaware, NY
Raphaela Axtell in Texas
Source: Mary K. Witherbee; NY STATE Gen Web Delaware County Home page, Cemeteries
no longer in use; http://www.rootsweb.com/~nydelawa/joyce/muntom.html; Otsego
County, New York, Geographical and Historical, From The Earliest Settlement To The
Present Time. By Edwin F. Bacon, Ph.D. Oneonta, NY, The Oneonta Herald,
Publishers, 1902; LDS Ancestral File
> NYDELAWA-D Digest Volume 01 : Issue 217
> Today's Topics:
> Subject: [NYDELAWA-L] Axtells
> Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2001 16:20:45 -0700
> From: "batotaxtell" <batotaxtell(a)icountry.net>
> To: NYDELAWA-L(a)rootsweb.com
> I'm the newest member of this list, and these are the people I'm
> looking for in Deposit/Stilesville/Tompkins twp all of which are in
> Delaware County, NY (I think).
> (1: Florence Mae (White) Axtell, dau of Joseph White and Laura
> b: June 17, 1879 in either Deposit or Chicago, IL
> m: Maurice Floyd Axtell sometime before March 1906 (when their son
> was born)
> d: November 2, 1927 in Stilesville, Deposit, NY
> bu: in Hambletville Cemetery, Deposit, NY
> (2: Betsey A. (Bolt) Axtell
> m: 1865 to Walter J. Axtell
> (3: Caroline (Harper/Lovelace????) Axtell
> m: Joseph Axtell, son of Moses Axtell and Bathsheba Peak(e).
> d: December 17, 1889 in Tompkins twp, Delaware, NY
> Thank you!
> Raphaela Axtell in Texas
Gary O. Green
Wilmington Boys Choir http://boyschoir.wilmington.org/
I am interested in finding out if anyone has anything on Van Waggoners
or Von Waggoners.
Catherine Van Waggoner died 4/9/1851at 83 and her husband, John Akerly
died 1/14/1851 at 86. They are buried in the Andes Cemetary.
Today I found a Johannes Van Waggoner who married a Tuscarora indian of
Pakatakan. He was in the Sullivan Co. area I believe, but am not sure.
I wonder if there is a connection between the two. Thanks for any help!
Who: Orange County Genealogical Society
Where: 1841 Historic Courthouse
101 Main Street
Goshen, NY 10924
When: Saturday, September 1, 2001
Business Meeting 9:00 A.M. Program 10:30 A.M.
To Whom It May Concern:
The Orange County Genealogical Society will hold their next business meeting
on Saturday, September 1, at 9:00 A. M.
A program will follow the meeting at 10:30 A.M. HANDWRITING
Have you ever tried to decipher handwriting in the documents of our
ancestors? If you have, you know how time consuming this can be. It is time
well spent if you are able to provide yourself with a good transcript when
finished. So many of us try and get frustrated because we are unable to make
out many of the words or terminology. We give up and then wonder if the
document held the clue we needed to get us further back in our research.
This program will be a 90 minute video, professionally done, to help us
understand and decipher the script of our ancestors.
The program is free of charge and open to the public. If anyone has
contact Marilyn Terry at 845-562-2749 or via e-mail at mvtgrterry(a)aol.com
Marilyn V. Terry
Subject: Hallett Autograph album 1891-1897
> This is a transcription of an autograph album of my great grandmother's.
> was Annie H. Hallett (1875-1934). Raised on Jay Street(also known as
> Stuyvesant) on Staten Island. Her father was Francis Gray Hallett, sister
> Effie Gray Hallett (married a Parr), and aunt Ellen Elizabeth
> married in 1901 to Henri Valente Carrere..Brother to Joseph Maxwell and
> John Merven Carrere.
> There are names from NYC, Staten Island, and Delaware County here..Also a
> couple of pencil drawings..
> Hope you find a connection!
> Annie H. Hallett Autograph Book
> "from Auntie" August 10,1891
> Lillie Lawrence Morris St Marks Place New Brighton, SI
> Francis Mortimer Newman Nov 29.1898
> Ada M. Howe Aug.18th,1891
> T.W. Raoul August 31st 1891
> Katharine G. Gunn Sept.3,1891
> Rebecca Raoul September 3rd
> Charlie B. Gunn Oct 10,1891
> William and Bessie Davis January 10th 1892
> J Waller German(Garmon) Jan7/95
> F. Liedermann Oct 10,1891
> Louis E Wiman(?)Oct 10,1891
> V. McQuade Oct 10,1891
> Robt L Bucklin St Geroge New Brighton SI
> Julia Morris
> Ira H. Bones New Brighton SI 1-14-1892
> R.*. Bucklin Jan'y 14/92
> Fred A. Johnston Jan 5,95
> Silvia Caesar Franklin Ave.New Brighton Staten Island
> H.W.Sexton 11/14/97
> Gwen Rixford San Francisco
> Cortlandt Howell August 4 95
> Edward P. Beckwith 48 West 72st New York January 1st 1892
> Henry B. Britton January 1st 1892
> Helen Van Voorhis April 19 1893
> Ida B. Van Densen Jan 22-1911
> Papa Dunraven Aug 22/91
> Walter Robb Wilder Jan 13 1897
> Joe(?) Dunraven August 17th1891
> Frederick T. Walser Dec.13th 1893
> W. Nelson Edelsten NY Sept 12,1891
> George Ellis Jewett July 7th 1897 Castleton
> J.L. Villalongo St Austin West Brighton SI Dec 24 92
> Havelock Walser Port Richmond Staten Island New York
> Arthur Lemley(Lamby,Lumley) 91Dunraven,Del Co,NY
> Louise H. Scofield June 28/93
> Victor E. Meert Sept 4 91
> Thowell Jackson February 20th 1897
> G.D.Kobbe June 2 1893
> Elizabeth McL. Whittemore New Brighton Staten Island NY December 4th'94
> FW Meert Sept 9.91 Staten Island
> Wm A. Sexton West New Brighton Staten Island
> Lucy B Nylie New Brighton Staten Island Jan 15th 1892
> B.H.D.Trask (Doris)
> Effie Gray
> Arthur * January 1
> Francis Paul Haverman(?) Monday Feb 22 1897
> Fred Wimmington Dunraven Aug 24,89
> Rodney A. Knapp Binghamton,NY Feb 24th 1
> Alma E. Shew
> KLW Dec 30/91
> Major Dec 31st/91
> John Gilchrist NY Sept 10th 1891
> Priscilla C Bucklin New Brighton SI 1.15.1892
> Charles Chamberlain Johnson 1910
> Bessie E. Davis August 31st 1893
> Effie Gray Dunraven July 23,91
> Vladimir de Pachmann 10-8-1891
You might have a look at the some twenty photographs showing the damage to
headstones in the Stamford cemetery. The damage has been done during the
month of August. The web site is www.Stamfordvoice.com
Delaware County Chamber of Commerce..click where to stay...you'll have a
choice of campgrounds,B and B motels, resorts, etc through out Del Co..there
are some with links and many more with only address and phone.
for East Sidney Lake Campground...if this link doesn't work...you will be
able to get it at the above site
Margaretville Chamber of Commerce...a couple of places are listed here that
are not on Del co site. Including Homestead Farms...the place I believe my
great grandmother lived in the mid 1920-s...(see photos on the Del co
rootsweb page)...to anyone who drives by this B and B..please snap a picture
and send it to me! I'd like to see if it is really the same place afterall!
Sidney Chamber of Commerce
Hope this helps!
I hope to be up there myself in October for a couple of days to visit my