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Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Sat Nov 24, 1900
Cabbage, Potatoes and Apples Proving Profitable Crops in Orleans County
The hard freeze recently did not injure cabbage and potatoes on and in
the ground as at first reported, and tons of cabbage are being drawn and
shipped at Albion, and have been a most profitable produce this year.
unusually fine, it is said by some growers, and the apple crop in many
localities in the county may indeed be called a great one.
The loss upon apples last year in storage will not be repeated, it is
thought, this year on account of the far better quality of the fruit. Morgan
Linson, and Bailey at Albion, D. S. BECKWITH at Carlton Station, beside
in the county, east and north, have about 100,000 barrels in cold storage.
A SUNDAY-SCHOOL INSTITUTE
Arrangements have been completed for a Sunday-school Teachers'
Institute in the Baptist Church at Medina Tuesday, available for
teachers and workers from all parts of the county. The Rev. A. H. McKINNEY,
of New York city, will have charge and will be assisted by A. H. CROSS and
Thomas PEARS, of Buffalo, Morning and afternoon sessions will be held, and
Dr. McKINNEY will deliver an address in the evening. All Sunday-school
The brick block on the north side of East Bank street, Albion, owned by
Louis G. SMITH, was sold by Sheriff H. D. RICHARDSON yesterday on a
foreclosure sale, in pursuance of a judgment and decree brought by George M.
who had a mortgage claim of $3,000 upon the building. The Germania Brewing
Company, of Buffalo, owned the second mortgage. The property was bid in for
for Louis GRZCHOWIAK, called SMITH.
The first of the season's dancing parties in the parlors of the Alert
Hose Company given Thursday evening at Albion proved very enjoyable. Forty
couples were present. Moll's orchestra furnished music, and C_lver, of
catered. Dr. and Mrs. MUNSON entertained at drive whist last evening. Mrs.
J. HILL and daughter will entertain a company of ladies this afternoon.
whist will be played.
ARREST FOR ASSAULT
Dennis MURPHY was arrested for an assault upon Mr. HALIFAX, manager of
the Cleveland stone quarry, near the town hall, Albion, yesterday, and taken
jail by the sheriff. It is claimed by MURPHY that HALIFAX owed him $90, and
he could not get his pay.
Posted by Glenda Subyak on the NYMONROE list.
Saw this on another mailing list and figured some of us might find this
useful. I have not checked it out since I don't have access to the
Date: Wed, 21 Apr 2004 11:53:24 -0400
From: "Lorine McGinnis Schulze" <otg(a)csolve.net>
Subject: NY Declarations of Intent online
I have just uploaded Surnames E, F, G, and H to the
existing database Declarations of intention, 1850-1856 New
York. Justices' Court (Albany) Books 9-12.
The database begins with Surname A at
>From there, follow the links at the END of the index to "A"
names. This will take you to the other Surnames that are
online. This work is thanks to volunteer transcriber Karen
Cundari, who is busy transcribing this hard-to-read
You'll notice there are many names marked as illegible or
partially illegible. The ledger books that were filmed are
faded and much of the writing is difficult if not
impossible to see.
This database is not the same one that is online for the
years 1821-1991from the Albany County Hall of Records at
I have other years online for Declarations of intention. So
far I have the following uploaded on
May 1832-Apr. 1837, Volumes (Books) 2 - 3. Surnames A to Z
Apr. 1837-Apr. 1843 Volumes (Books) 4 - 6. Surnames [A][C]
Apr. 1843-May 1850 Volumes (Books) 7 - 8. Surnames [V] [W]
[Y] [Z] (ongoing project)
1850-1856 Volumes (Books) 9 - 12. Surnames [A][B Book 9][B
Book 10][B Book 11][B Book 12] [E][F][G][H] (ongoing
To view any of these free records, please start at
follow the links.
Enjoy! If you are on other lists and you think folks would
be interested in knowing about these records, please pass
this note on.
NARA & FHC film numbers for NY passenger lists after 1820
Passenger Lists to New York all years
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Looking for assistance in finding a family who lived in Western New York with
the a surname that is often misspelled. It has been written as...MINEHAN,
MINNIHAN, MINNIGAN, MEENIHAN, MINIHAN, etc.
Looking for John MINEHAN and wife Hannorah (Nora) and children Anna, Joseph,
and Philip. All that is known is that John, Nora, and Anna were born in
Ireland and Joseph and Philip in New York -- Philip is said to be born in Lewiston
NY in 1858. By 1860, Nora is a widdow and living with her brother Michael
DUFFY in Greene County, Ohio. I believe Nora's husband John died in NY and that
is why she moved to Greene County Ohio.
I believe John MINEHAN (MINNIGAN) had several brothers -- Michael and Philip
lived for a time in New York but settled in Mercer County PA prior to 1870.
Perhaps another brother, Jerry, ended up in Greene County OH.
Has anyone come across any MINEHANs or MINNIGANs that might fit this
description? Can anyone check marriage and cemetery books for a John MINEHAN (with
associated surname spellings)? John would have died prior to 1860 and married
Hannorah DUFFY either in Ireland or NY around 1848 to 1855.
Thanks in advance,
St. Louis MO
I have several 19th century photographs that were taken by a professional
photographer in Medina. The backs of the photos read:
"Ground Floor Gallery, Geo H. Hedley, Artist & Taxidermist, Brown's
Block, Medina, N.Y., Negatives Preserved."
Though the information is the same, the format of the information on the back
of some photos is different. Perhaps, this indicates a different time
Can anyone familiar with the history of Medina tell me when the Hedley studio
was in business at this address?
Lake Clear, NY
SOMETHING NEW was added to the Orleans County Genweb site today -
thanks so much to Candace Carter-Green for taking the time to transcribe and
submit this information.
Check out: Albion Public School Graduates 1879 - 1914 the first entry in our
Education section. Hopefully there will be more???
Sharon A. Kerridge samk(a)mfi.net
Marge Goodrich Schultz marge(a)pcom.net
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