I would like info on the BOWNE family b m d in Oneida Co
1800s 1900s and who they are married to
esp Paris and Clayville NY
and also b m d in Oswego Co Middlefield and Phoenix
also Morris NY and Butternuts NY and Homer MY
family may have lived in Michigan (Prarieville)
The next meeting for Westchester County Genealogical Society of New York is
this coming Saturday at the Yonkers Public Library - Riverfront Branch, One
Larkin Center, Yonkers, NY. John Favareau will present Genealogy Resources at
the Riverfront Library. This meeting is being co-sponsored with the Yonkers
Historical Society. Meeting starts at 10 a.m. but come earlier to network with
your fellow genealogists.
Yonkers was founded in 1646, incorporated as a village in 1855 and
incorporated as a city in 1872. Yonkers is the 4th largest city in NYS and the largest
city in Westchester County. The local history collection is at the Riverfront
Branch. There is much to discover at this new library of the Yonkers Public
Library System - Riverfront Branch this Saturday.
The meeting will be held at:
When: Saturday, January 10, 2003 @ 10 a.m.
Where: Yonkers Public Library Riverfront Branch, One Larkin Center, Yonkers
For Driving Directions: Visit the following web page -
http://www.ypl.org/imgs/directionsRF.gif. There is parking on the street (Dock Street, Larkin Plaze
or the Buena Vista parking lot).
Metro North: Take the Hudson Line of Metro North to the Yonkers station
stop. The library is one block south of the train station.
See you on Saturday!
Westchester County Genealogical Society
For information about Westchester County Genealogical Society ("Westchester
Connection" or Surname List), visit WCGS home page --
For information about Yonkers Historical Society, visit YHS home page -
MARK THESE DATES FOR WCGS Future Meetings:
Feb 14, 2004 - Discovering London's Genealogical Treasures with John
March 13, 2004 - Sleepy Hollow Cemetery - Past & Present with Jim Logan
April 10, 2004 - The New Mahopac Library ** Meeting to take place at the
Mahopac Public Library, route 6, Mahopac, New York. Hosted by Don Haney and
May 8, 2004 - Real World DNA Testing with Megan Smolenyak Smolenyak
June 12, 2004 - Family History Web Page Design with Susan Rogers.
I'm new to this list and was wondering if anyone had any knowledge of O'Mahoney's funeral home which would have existed in 1899. I'm looking to find the relationship of a Bernard Morris, buried in Jersey City, New Jersey. The cemetery gave me the name of the funeral home from their records but had no other information. No death certificate can be found in NJ and the Jersey CIty Librarian checked the city directory for that time period and no O'Mahoney funeral home was listed, nor was Bernard Morris. I do know that part of the family lived in Garrison, NY for a while and thought perhaps Bernard was living there when he died and O'Mahoney took care of the arrangements.
Thanks very much if anyone can help
I am looking for information on James E. FOSHAY, b. Jun 1842. I
found him on the 1880 census for Fishkill, NY. He was married in 1867 to
Annie Foshay, b. 1848. They had 2 children Clarence and Minnie V. James's
parents were John and Susan (Russell) FOSHAY of Carmel, NY. I would like
to know Annie's maiden name and anything on their children. They had two
servants and male and a female.
Any help on this family will be greatly appreciated.
Bill Forshay - San Antonio, Texas - bforshay.1(a)juno.com
Searching: FORSHAY (Forshee, Foshay) (NY, NJ, OH, WI, MI, France, Canada)
- WILD, DREXLER,
FLEISCHMAN (WI, Austria) - BIERSCHENK, NELSON (Nilsson) (MN, NY,
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