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published, are invited to submit the same to this Society before making
arrangements for publication elsewhere — as if the material submitted for con-
sideration is original and of value an arrangement for the publication of the
same satisfactory to the compiler can undoubtedly be made with this Society.

Address all communications to the

New York Genealogical and Biographical Society,

Editorial Department. 226 West 58th Street, New York City.

(In answering advertisements, please mention this Publication.)



April, 1912.] New York Gen. and Biog. Record. vii

CEORCE EMERY LITTLEFIELD

Dealer in

Old, Rare and Curious Books, Town Histories, Genealogies, Biographies,

Travels, Books relating to the Indians, Historical Pamphlets, and

Scarce Americana
67 CORNHILL - - - - BOSTON, MASS.

R. C. KASTNER PAPER COMPANY

114-116 WORTH ST., NEW YORK CITY

Bonds, Linens, Ledgers, High Grade Writings, also Book and

Cover Papers

The paper npon which the " RECORD " is printed has been furnished by us for a number of years

PEDIGREE CHARTS.

The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society
226 West 58th Street, New York.

This Society has for sale official forms of genealogical charts called
" Register of Pedigrees." These registers are of two varieties, called " single "
and "double" charts. They are each paper covered books of 11 x 16 inches in
size, properly ruled and printed for the insertion of names of ancestors in succes-
sive generations. The single charts consist of 17 pages, and when filled in will
give all of the ancestors in all ramifications for 9 generations, arranged so that the
family name of each of the 16 great-great-grandparents occupies a page. Family
names appear on the marginal index which is formed by the indentation of each
leaf. The back of each leaf is arranged for special memoranda concerning the
persons named on the page facing it.

The double charts are practically two single charts combined. The object
being to devote the first half of the chart to the registration of the complete pedi-
gree of the male line, the second half for a like registration of the female line, and
the double chart therefore provides for the registration of 10 generations in both
male and female lines.

The price of these charts to members of this Society is as follows:
Printed on Bond paper, paper cover :

Single Charts, 75 cts. Double Charts, $1.50

To those who are not members of the Society:

Single Charts, $1.00 Double Charts, $2.00

Printed on Extra Heavy Linen Ledger paper, bound in stiff cloth covers:
To Members of the Society:
Single Charts, $1.25 Double Charts, $2.00

To those who are not members of the Society:

Single Charts, $1.50 Double Charts, $2.50

Members of the Society, or others who purchase these Charts and fill them in as fully as pos-
sible and present them to the Librarian of the Society for filin^in the Society's Library, will re-
ceive a new one in exchange therefor without additional cost. These charts may be purchased by
application to the Librarian.

It is the desire of the Trustees that the members will supply themselves with these registers,
fill them out as far as possible and file them with the Society. When received these will be bound
in volumes, fully indexed, and will thus form a record oi inestimable value to the Society.

Those who liave in their possession full information as to their individual ancestry are espec-
ially urged to obtain these Charts, fill them in and file them with the Society, as information of this
nature is very frequently lost to posterity owing to negligence on the part of those possessing it to
make record thereof, in special depositories provided for that purpose.

LIBRARIAN, N. Y. Qen. and Blo£. Society.

(In answering advertisements, please mention this Publication.)



viii. New York Gen. and Biog. Record. [April, 1912.

THE NEW YORK

(In continuous existence since 1870. 42 volumes published.)

Quarterly — January, April, July, October.

Subscription, $4.00 per Annum.

Single copies, $1.00 or more according to scarceness of number on hand.

This Society offers for sale back numbers of the Record, including a
limited number of full sets of the same.

Prices for single copies on application to the Librarian, which prices
are dependent upon the supply on hand.

THE KING FAMILY HERALDRY

By GEORGE AUSTIN MORRISON, JR., New York City
Octavo pamphlet, paper Covers, pp. 36, with 7 full page illustrations of King

armorial insignia,

PRICE $3.00

This is a reprint of Mr. Morrison's articles in the October, 1910, and Januaryp
igii issues of the Recoi'd ; zx^d, is now issued in pamphlet form for the special
benefit of those bearing the King Name.

For sale by New York Genealogical and Biographical Society
226 West 58th Street, New York City

The New York genealogical and iiograpliical Society.

DEPARTMENT OF REGISTRfiTION OF PEDIGREES.

This Society has established a Department for the Official Reg-
istration of Pedigrees, which Pedigrees will subsequently be pub-
ished in volumes, from time to time, as soon as the pedigrees filed
are sufficient in number to justify publication in volume form.

Each applicant for Registration of Pedigree who has paid the
fee in full will receive a copy of the volume containing his or her
pedigree, without further cost.

The opportunity is here offered for any or all of those desiring
to perpetuate the knowledge of their ancestry along any line of de-
scent, to have the same "Officially Registered, and subsequently
published for the benefit of posterity.

Literature explaining in detail the method of conducting this
department will be mailed, upon application, to all interested in the
plan, by addressing,

The Chairman of the Executive Committee,

The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society,
226 West 58th St., New York City.

(In answering advertisements, please mention this Publication.)



DUPLICATES FOR SALE

By the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society.




815.00

Press of

10.00

rocco.. 8.00

orocco. 4.00



pp. lis ." 2.00



Watson's Annals OF Ni-;w York. 1S46. cloth, pp. -too. .". .'. 4.00

History of Brimfielu, Mass., Hyde, 1879. cl.ith, pp. VUKii7..'.\^\'.\\\'.'.'.\\'..\\'.'.'.'.'. 5.00

SABINES LOV\AX,ISTi OF THK AmkRICAN REVOLUTION, Vols. I, H, Cloth «.00

Year Books Society Colonial Wars, 1893, iXgg, 1902 CRch ».00

L-f^^-i M^"^^ boN.s OF THii Rkvolution. State of New York. 1896. i8c;9.....'."."..".'each 1.00

King's Notable New Yorkers, pp. 610 . v . -^r/ ^ ^^

Prince's Recokds of Our Ancestors, pp. 88 2*00

Rawson Family Memorial. 1875. pp. -^-^S. 6 00

Brews^ter Genealogy, 2 vols. , pp. 149V. By EmmW C." Brewster Joties"! '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.[[['.'.'. in'.OO

N. Y. State's Prominent and Progressive Men, 2 Vols. N. Y. Tribune, 1900 JOOO

D. A. R. Lineage Book, 1st 20 Vols 20 00

Rawson Family Memoir, Crane, Worcester. 1875, pp. XV -33V.. '.'.'.".'.'. '.'.'.". S.'oo

WILLIAM Wells and his Descendants, Wells, Albany, 1909. pp. 117, new 4.00

Old Bergen, (N. J.) Van Winkle, Jersey City, 1902, pp. 319 .V.!. ....... 3.00

1 averns and Turnpikes of Blandfokd, Mass., Wood, Blandford. 1908, pp. 35i,new 3.00

Princes Records OF Our Ancestors, Franklin, 1898. pp 88 ....... .. 3,00

Descendants OF John White. Vol. 1, White, Haverhill 1900, pp.930, as new......... 5.00




pamphlet, pp. g6, as new 3.00



The New York Genealogical and Biogrraphical Society
WANTS, and will buy:

New York County Histories as follows:

Alleghany, Cayuga, Chenango, Clinton, Franklin, Fulton, Genesee, Ham-
ilton, Ontario.

New York City Directories, 1787-1792, 1794-1808, 1810, 1812-1814, inclusive.



THACHER=THATCHER GENEALOGY.

The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record has undertaken
the publication of Mr. John R. Totten's Thacher-Thatcher Genealogy, beginning
in the April, 1910, issue of "The Record " and continuing therein until further
notice.

Price List.

April, 1910, Record containing Article on Thacher-Thatcher Arms with

8-color plate of same, $1.00

Extra copies of 8-color plate of Arms, suitable for framing, . .75

July, 1910, Record containing first installment of Thacher-Thatcher
Genealogy, with 3 illustrated full page views of St. Barnabas'
Church and A'^icarage, Queen Camel, Co. Som., Kngland, . 1.00

Oct., 1910, Record containing continuation of English Genealogy of
family, with illustrations of Milton-Clevedon, and St. Ed-
munds Church, and tomb of Rev. Peter" Thacher, . . . 1.00
Jan., 1911, Genealogical Record of Antony" Thacher of Yarmouth, and

his descendants, 1.00

April, 1911, Continuation of Record of Antony- Thacher of Yarmouth,

and his descendants, l.OO

.July, 1911, " " '• .' 1.00

Oct., 1911, " " .« .< 100

Jan., 1918, " " " «' i.oo

April, 1912, " " ••



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