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Could someone who lives in Sidney, New York, or has access to a Sidney
directory look up the U.S. Postal Service mailing address of Wendy (Peck) FERRARA
Thanks very much.
I was there last Summer but didn't go to the Surrogate's Office. I did
the Town Clerk and the Historical Soc. I will see if I can find
information on the Surrogate's holdings. Thanks for the idea.
On Friday, Feb 20, 2004, at 22:00 US/Pacific,
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> NYDELAWA-D Digest Volume 04 : Issue 34
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> #1 [NYDELAWA-L] Cornelius Bassett / R [Thom Carlson
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> From: Thom Carlson <tywaz(a)intergate.com>
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> Subject: [NYDELAWA-L] Cornelius Bassett / Re: ILOGLE-D Digest V04 #35
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> Have you contacted the Surrogate's office in Delaware County? If he
> there holding land, there would have been some estate file, even if he
> intestate, and the letters of administration would have given at least
> approximate date of death.
Have you contacted the Surrogate's office in Delaware County? If he died
there holding land, there would have been some estate file, even if he died
intestate, and the letters of administration would have given at least his
approximate date of death.
Once again I will post the information.
I am trying to find information on the death of Cornelius Bassett. He
was born 16 April 1789 Chiklmark Dukes, Ma. He died 1 May 1864. I
gather from the Land sale below that he died in Delaware County NY, yet
I haven't been able to find any death information there nor in Ogle
Co., Ill. I am trying to find his death so I can find his will. I
have the death record of Cornelius S. Bassett, b 29 June 1813. and
died 22 Mar 1871 in Delaware Co. NY but he is a nephew.
! 1864 Deed Book 34 p 50 LDS Film 1415818 Ogle County Ill. 3
Feb. 1864 Land sale between Cornelius Bassett Delaware County, New York
and Murray Higley, by letter through William Illingworth his
Attorney. Southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of Section 7 Town
Twenty three North of Range Eight east 4th PM. Ogle Co. Ill. On
this 6 day of February 1864 before me ____ Public_____ in and for
said County appeared William Illingworth and acknowledged that he has
executed the within instrument on the Act and Deed of Cornelius
Bassett by virtue of a Letter of Attorney to his grantee therefor of
said Bassett and of record in Ogle County Reced. Witness my hand and
seal the day and year above written James C. Luckey.
Are there City directories for 1864 for Buffalo Township? Maybe
Cornelius is listed there.
Would there be a newspaper at that time with his Obit?
I would call the Genealogy Library you used to visit in Mobile Al. and
ask them for the name.
I would love to know the name too
> From: AJoseph928(a)aol.com
> Date: 02/14/04 13:53:11
> To: NYDELAWA-L(a)rootsweb.com
> Subject: [NYDELAWA-L] RE: Early Delaware Church Records
> When I first started to research my family at my then local Genealogy
> in Mobile, AL, I found a book of early Delaware County church records
> included the names of my g4gf''s nephews. I didn't know they were
> related at
> that time but remember the references to John and Jonathan Carley
> dated @
> +/-. Does anyone know of the book to which I refer and have access to
> it to
> check that information for me? There was also another son, Adrian, who
> have been older than these two boys, a daughter, Martha Patty and
> Ira, both of whom would have been younger than them and if there is any
> information RE them, I would much appreciate having that information
> Thank you in advance -
> Judy Schreiber
> Valdosta, GA
I found John and Jonathon Carley admitted to the Baptist Church of Christ, Frankin, Delaware co. in 1802.
There was an Ira Carley, Corporal, N.Y.H. Art. mustered Dec 23, 1863, 3 yrs.
Hope it helps a little.
To alll who are looking for the Delaware County book by Jean D. Worden
Go to familysearch.org and choose Library, then do an author search and you will come up with all the books by Jean that the LDS Genealogical Library in Salt Lake has. This one is among them as well as several others. Some are on film or fiche and can be ordered through the LDS Branch libraries. They are in many of the LDS Ward and Stake Centers. You cannot order the books unless they have been filmed. You can go to your public library and see if they can find it on Inter-library loan for you. Good Luck
When I first started to research my family at my then local Genealogy Library
in Mobile, AL, I found a book of early Delaware County church records that
included the names of my g4gf''s nephews. I didn't know they were related at
that time but remember the references to John and Jonathan Carley dated @ 1810
+/-. Does anyone know of the book to which I refer and have access to it to
check that information for me? There was also another son, Adrian, who would
have been older than these two boys, a daughter, Martha Patty and another son,
Ira, both of whom would have been younger than them and if there is any
information RE them, I would much appreciate having that information also.
Thank you in advance -
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1880 and 1900 census returns for Deleware County show an Arthur C FULLER, born about 1868, son of James N FULLER. Is anyone researching this FULLER line?
I was wondering if anyone knew if this Arthur C could be Arthur Clinton FULLER.
I am researching a Clinton FULLER born about 1868 who married about 1901 to Luella EDWARDS. Their eldest son was named Arthur [born abt 1902]
Any help appreciated more than you can know
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According to the Basket Letters, Blanche Rickard who married first Emmet
BRAZIE married "a Howe." Is there anyone on the list who knows if his first name
was Ira? I found and Ira and Blanche HOWE on the 1930 census in Pittsfield,
Otsego Co., NY. The same paragraph states that she now lives in New Berlin
(which I know is in Chenango Co., NY) but these letters are dated 1956-1958. Can
anyone verify that this is Blanche RICKARD who married Ira HOWE?
Any help greatly appreciated.
Jan CHANDLER Murray
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