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I am connected to the Signor line of 1710 via Justus Henrick Shaffer
emigrant who arrived with the same group of Palatine Germans to the
Hudson River Valley of NY State. I assume you already have the
3rd generation---Jacob Schafer/Shaver married 1762 Eve Sickner
(Signor)bp1742-Rhinebeck, NY---both were removed to the new Shavertown
cem. (Delaware Co., NY) upon the construction of the Pepacton Reservoir.
1. Johannes Sickener d.1710 & Anna Apolonia Baam/Boom b.abt 1666 (Do
you have earlier info on these two ?)
2. John Jacob Signor b.1703 m.1734 Christina Schryver/Schreiber (Her
parents also arrived in the 1710 migration to NY)
3. Eve Sickner/Signor (ABOVE)
Presently, am in Lee Co., Fl. for another 3 months and cannot provide you
with more info at this time. Noted your earthlink ISP--perhaps you are
not too far distant ? Contact me directly at:
Helena Shaver hasr007(a)yahoo.com
RE: Seeking info on the following BOGART's; (1) Grace, who married
Frank L. KISSNER, in June 1910: (2) - Eleanor who married Cyrus CONNOR,
Apr.. 1925; (3) - Julia D., who married William RUSSELL, Oct. 1915 and
Frank, who married Vera SIGNOR in 1931 Interested in the parents of the
first 3 grooms, Plus any other infor on these families. I am working
on the SIGNOR heritage, starting from the 1710 date of Thier arrival in
the states until the present, however no members, who are still alive
will be included,, due to protecting their privacy. I would appreciate
any assistance anyone may have on these 4 families, and have Frank's DOD
and he is buried in Walton cemetery, along with his wife. Willing to
exchange info on any families connected with the Signor line or any other
families in my files. Thanks in advance of anyone's data.
Seeking info on the following BOGART's; (1) Grace, who married Frank L. KISSNER, in June 1910: (2) - Eleanor who married Cyrus CONNOR, Apr.. 1925; (3) - Julia D., who married William RUSSELL, Oct. 1915 and Frank, who married Vera SIGNOR in 1931 Interested in the parents of the first 3 grooms, Plus any other infor on these families. I am working on the SIGNOR heritage, starting from the 1710 date of Thier arrival in the states until the present, however no members, who are still alive will be included,, due to protecting their privacy. I would appreciate any assistance anyone may have on these 4 families, and have Frank's DOD and he is buried in Walton cemetery, along with his wife. Willing to exchange info on any families connected with the Signor line or any other families in my files. Thanks in advance of anyone's data.
Why Wait? Move to EarthLink.
Neither Dormansville or Pound Ridge are anywhere near Delaware County.
If you enter each place name in the "search" function of your computer, you
should get a nice description of each community. Dormansville zip code 12055]
is a very tiny community in Albany County-quite near Westerlo; Pound Ridge is
an upscale type community [very old] near Connecticut-population about 4000 in
Hope this is of help as you search your family history.
This is for Marge Fuller. Sent you an email a few minutes ago at your
mercurylink address. Fatal error.
Please reply to me. hschultz1(a)stny.rr.com
My email has changed since our last exchange about 2 yrs. ago
New Exhibit to Open at DCHA
The Delaware County Historical Association will open its first new exhibit of 2005 on Monday, January 24. Private Message, Public View: Historic Postcards from Delaware County showcases the remarkable collection of historic postcards from DCHA�s archives. Ranging from the picturesque and the everyday to the burlesque and the novelty, the exhibit evokes many of the scenes and sensibilities of Delaware County from the late nineteenth century through much of the twentieth century. Also on exhibit will be items related to the history of the various towns of the county and artifacts connected to the postal service in Delaware County.
The exhibit will remain open to public view until May 2005 in DCHA�s Elijah Thomas Memorial Gallery. Admission to this unique exhibit is free, Monday through Friday, 11am � 3pm.
For more information call (607) 746-3849, or e-mail dcha(a)delhi.net . Also, visit us at www.dcha-ny.org . DCHA is located two miles north of Delhi on State Route 10.
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Discovered on eBay this evening..
Sending this to the list as there maybe someone interested and or looking for
this particular book. This book auction is scheduled to end in 2 days,
Jan-09-05 06:09:06 PST or with eBay's 'Buy It Now' option.
Go to www.ebay.com and at the main search page enter item # 4515848682.
Of personal note, I own a copy of this beautiful book. It is a fairly large
book and the pictures in it of the covered bridges are actual
sketches/illustrations by Ward E. Herrmann, 1974. It is a hardcover book with a paper cover.
Best of luck.
William SMITH and wife Elizabeth are listed in the 1850 U.S. Census for
Middletown, Delaware, New York printed page 435, written page 871, visit
William Smith, male, 58, blacksmith b. NY
Elizabeth , female, 55 b. NY
Osmond, male 24 b. NY
Martin, male, 22, laborer, b. NY
Leonard, male, 19 laborer, b. NY
Frederick, male, 17 laborer, b. NY
Wallace, male, 15 laborer, b. NY
Mary WHITNEY, female, 34, b. NY
At the 1860 census Elizabeth and Martin are living with Wallace and his wife
(also Elizabeth) at Sandford, Broome County, New York. From this I am making
the assumption (always dangerous) that William died bef. 1860. I can't find
any listing for his burial on the Delaware website.
Martin and Elizabeth appear in 1860 in Sandford, Broome, New York in the
home of Wallace SMITH and his wife, also Elizabeth.
Is anyone else researching this line? There are 3 different William Smiths
in Delaware County in 1840, and I am unable to tell which, if any, is the
same person as this William.
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