4 edition of Queens County in olden times found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||F127.Q3 O6, Microfilm 21483 F|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., -122 p.|
|Number of Pages||122|
|LC Control Number||01014235|
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QUEENS COUNTY IN THE OLDEN TIMES: BEING A SUPPLEMENT TO THE SEVERAL HISTORIES THEREOF History Conferences Content Sources Frank Leslie's Weekly Frederick Douglass Freedoms Journal Genealogy Godey's Lady's Book Harriet Tubman National Anti-Slavery Standard National Citizen and Ballot Box Odds and Ends Pennsylvania Recipes Slavery Temperance. The borough of Queens, as part of New York City, was formed on January 1, At the same time, eastern part of the territory, the towns of North Hempstead, Oyster Bay, and most of the town of Hempstead, remained as part of Queens County, but not the new borough. A year later in , they split to become Nassau County.
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After some time of silence, I began to speak, standing up in the Gallery, where their Speakers use to stand when they speak; but I was so much interrupted by the Clamour and Noise, that several of the Quakers made, forbidding me to speak, that I could not proceed.
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Queens County in olden times: being a supplement to the several histories thereof. [Henry Onderdonk]. About this Book Catalog Record Details. Queens County in olden times: Onderdonk, Henry, [from old catalog] View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain. Scope and Contents. The bulk of Historical Manuscripts and Notes includes Onderdonk's transcriptions, abstracts, and notes from various church and local government records, private journals, and newspapers.
The series includes a small number of print versions of Onderdonk's works and of manuscripts of Onderdonk's own writing. Queen's County, New York, in olden times, being a supplement to the several histories thereof.
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This group is for people to sell their things. no rules besides not to be rude!. Buy and Sell Group. The Queens New York Book Collection is a collection of 19 volumes relating to the history of the Queens and its people primarily in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Queens County in olden times: () - Onderdonk, Henry - pages;Seller Rating: % positive. Queens County also is the second most populous county in the U.S. state of New York, behind Brooklyn, which is coterminous with Kings County. Queens is the fourth most densely populated county among New York City's boroughs, as well as in the United eventfr.com: New York City.
Beaver Pond was a pond located in the Jamaica section of Queens, New eventfr.com flowed out of the pond through Baisley Creek towards Baisley eventfr.com there, it flowed through Cornell Creek into Jamaica Bay. The stream was formed by beavers prior to human settlement.
The local Lenape native word for beaver, Jameco, became the namesake of the English settlement to the north of the pond. SELIG - Clarence Elmer, age 85, of Mill Village, Queens County, passed away peacefully in Queens General Hospital on Wednesday, February 19, Born in Port Medway, Queens County, Clarence was a son of the late Aubrey and Jennie (Hubley) Selig.
Clarence spent most of his working life as a lobster fisherman and working for Medway Fisheries. Queens County in Olden Times: Being a Supplement to the Several Histories Thereof [full text], by Henry Onderdonck, Jr. Jamaica, N.Y.: Charles Welling, (Internet Archive) History of Queens County, with Illustrations, Portraits & Sketches of Prominent Families and Individuals.
Old miscellaneous records of Dutchess County (the third book of the supervisors and assessors) (Poughkeepsie, N.Y., Vassar brothers's institute, ), by Dutchess County (N.Y.).
Board of Supervisors (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Queens County in olden times: (Jamaica, N.Y., C. Welling, ), by Henry Onderdonk (page images. Book of Burials - Queens County, NY Cemetery Inscriptions from New Lotts Burying Ground Cyndi's List - Queens County, NY Cemeteries & Funeral Homes Queens County in Olden Times The Troubles of the Early Quakers - Trials for Withcraft - Long Island, NY Queens County, Queens Village NYGenWeb Project - Queens County, Ravenswood.
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Life. He was the son of Thomas Lawrence (—; brother of Jonathan Lawrence) and Elizabeth (Fish) eventfr.com attended Princeton College, but left to fight in the American Revolutionary War as a lieutenant.
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Richard COMES [sp.?] was hanged for felony and burglary and the Court ordered the money and stolen goods returned to Benjamin HINCHMAN of Jamaica.
(GDAC, Ref: Onderdonk's Queens County of Olden Times) Notes: According to GDAC, "This item apparently copied from a newspaper. Onerdonk gives it a short paragraph. Dec 22, · The only trace of Melvina left today is a short road called Melvina Place which runs north of Maspeth Avenue.
In olden times, a street name would often refer to where the road would take you rather than where it was. Therefore, Maspeth and Flushing Avenues start in Brooklyn and lead you toward your destination.Radio DJ gets switched from afternoon to night shift, goes home S hoots self and dies I guess the Manes post got me thinking about bizarre suicides and I thought of this one.
Radio DJ Peter "MAD DADDY" Myers who made it big playing rock and roll in Cleveland, came to NYC, wasn't able to capture the same magic on the air in NYC, and literally eventfr.comers: 17K.The first circular was issued March 21stwith this appeal to the people of the county: "We ask you to unite with the society and give it your encouragement; and not let it be said that the farmers of Queens county have not sufficient spirit to keep an agricultural society in existence.".