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cunili(.t in title between Coeymans

and the patroon in, 474
first settlement of, 473
gradual improvement in, from first

settlement, 477
Mutual Insurance Co., 478
natural cliaracteristics of, 472, 473
lieu spajiers of, 480
Oni^sijuethau (Coeymans Creek) in,

physicians of, 479
railroads in, 478
Ravena in, 480
schools of, 477
supervisors of, 476
the first Coeymans dwelling in, 476
the home of early prominent fam-
ilies, 481
villages and hamlets in, 480-483
Hollow, 482
Landing, 479, 480



Coeymans Landing, business interests of,

Cogswell, Ledyard, 365, 377

Mason F.. Dr., 182
Cohoes, city of, 434-460
banks of, 452-454
Campbell & Clute, machine shop of

451 ^

churches of, 456-460
city hall, 441
Company, the, 441
Daily Dispatch, 454
Daily News, 454
early historical mention of. 434
Egberts High School at, 339
Empire Tube Works of, 450
eiihemeral newspapers of, 455
fire department of, 437, 439
first mills built at, 435
Furniture Company, the, 452
Harmony Mills Company, the in

443-446
incorporated as city. 438
incorporation and election of first

oflScers of, 437
Iron Foundry and Machine Shoo
451 ^ . *'

knitting mills of, 446-449 "'
manufacture of axes in, 449
Manufacturing Company, the, 436
miscellaneous manufactures of. 452
newspapers of, 454-456
of small importance until after 1830,

435
police department, 440
rapid growth of, 436
, Republican, 454
rolling mill, 450
schools of, 437. 438
territory included in, 435
Troy &' Cohoes Shirt Company, 452
Water Works Company, 440
Colden, John, 144
Colburn, W. M., 246
Cole, Charles W. , 330, 334
Cole (Koole?), Jacobus, 66
John, 393

John O., 88, 200, 334
Matthew, 244
M. M., 243
William S., 478
Collins, David Edward, Dr., 224
J. B., 108
jr., L. D., 241, 418
Colvard, Asa, 145
Colve, Anthony, Capt., 47
Colvin, Andrew J., 118, 144
Colwell, Thomas, 450



Commissioners of Indian affairs, list of

the, 8, 9
Committee of Safety and Correspond-
ence, 6.H

as to the loyalty and dis-
loyalty of the, 70
the second, 73
doings of the, 70-77
doings of, 7!i
Common School Commission, act au-
thorizing a, '.rLS

superintendents, 259
Comstoclc, Isaac N., :-!93
Conger, Stephen, 424
Conkling, David and Josiah, 464
Conner, Freeman, 107
Conroy, J. J., Very Rev., 267, 352, 353
Consaul, Joseph, 409
Contest between Stuvvesant and ^^an

Slechtenhorst, 28-39'
Controversy between the directors and

the Amsterdam government, 39-41
Conwav, Martin B., 393

Martin 1)., 143
Convent and Academy of the Sacred

Heart, the, 267
Cook, George H., Dr., 265
James C., 372
John, 108, 243, 248

Cookingham, D. A., Dr., 222

Cooksburg, 465

Coons, John, 462

Cooper, Charles D., 143, 144, 268, 311

John Taylor, 410

Paul F., 334
Coorn, Nicholas, 27
Coppee, Henry, 165
Corbin, Ernest A., 332

Ernest A. M., 3.57
Cordell, Julia, 332
Corlear, Ben C, 378
Corliss, Stephen P., 363
Cornell, Alonzo B., 270

John R., 373
Corning, Erastus, 99, 161, 323, 343, 362,
369, 870, 375, 382

jr., Erastus, 375

Erastus, Mrs., 363
Corstiaensen, Hendrick, 13, 14
Cory, John, 402
Cottrell, Adam, 371
Coulson, H. C, 109
Counties formed from Albany, 1
Country Gentleman, the, 240
County clerks, 144, 145

medical societies, legalization of, 173
Court of Appeals, 138



Court of Appeals buildings, 159, 160

Circuit, 140

for the Correction of Errors and Ap-
peals, 137

County, 142, 143

of Chancery, 137

of Common Pleas, the old, 135

of Oyer and Terminer, 136

Supreme, 138-140

Supreme, first term of the, held in
Albany, 136

Surrogates, 141, 142
Courts, evolution of the, 130-134

inferior, under the Dutch, 134

the colonial, 135

the. under English rule, 136

under the Constitution of 1846, 140
Courtney, Samuel G., 144
Covert, Madison, 422

James C. , 422
Cox, Edward Gilbert, Dr., 231

Frederick Joseph, Dr., 231, 362

George Aldomer, Dr., 220

James William, Dr., 217, 362, 375

jr., James W. , Mrs., 363
Coyle, James, 353

Craig, William H., Dr., 106, 181, 273
Cramer, Francis, 409

George H., 420

John, 420
Crampton & Belden, 432
Crandall, Edward Llewellyn, Dr.. 337

Henry, 145

Thomas, 67
Crannell, John, 67
Crantz, Frederick, 66
Crittenden. Alonzo, 266
Crocker, A., 491
Crol, Sebastian Jansen, 169
Cromwell, Philip I., Dr., 221
Cross, Isaac B., 146
Croswell, Edwin, 234 235, 365

Harry, 242

Sherman, 234, 235
Crothers, T. D., Dr., 196
Crounse, Adam, Rev., 025

Andrew C, Dr., 523

Conrad, 526

Frederick, Dr., 523

Henry, 108

William, 107

Jesse, Dr., 533
Cullinan, William, Rev., 426
Cultivator, the, 239
Culver, Asa and Philip, 464

Charles Mortimer, Dr., 357

Stephen, 402
Cumming, Hooper, Rev., 347



Cunningham Bros., 529

Curtm, James A., Rev., 420

Curtis, Frederick C, Dr., 184, 357, 37(i

Joel, 66

Mary M., 451
Cussick. C. C, Capt., 362
Cutler, Edward D., 320

John N.. 362
Cuyler, Abraham, 65, 68

Abraham C, 322

Cornelius, 322

George, 388

Henry, 364

Jacob, 68

Johannes, 144. 322

John, 263, 268, 387

J. C, 238, 387, 388

John J., 145

& Henley, 246

Dailey. W. P. N., Rev , 337
Dale, William A. Tweed, 264
Daliba, Major, 274
Dalton, William, 375
Danaher, Franklin M., 310
Danks. William N., 107
Dann, Horace L. , 428
Davenport, James R. , Rev., 342
Davidson, George G., 367, 375

Gilbert C, 371

W. R., 163
Davis, Charles E., 100

John, 200

John M.,238

J. T., 101

Joseph, 273

Nathaniel, 347
Dawson, George, 109, 237, 238, 273, 315
Dayton, Jes.se C, 418
Dean, Amos, sketch of, 153; 164, 200,
277, 278

Amos Hammond, Rev., 348
Dearstyne, Chester F., 279
Decade of 1826-36, a period of prosper-
ity, 97
Decker, E. F., & Bros., 377
de Decker, Johannes, 41, 42, 45
Dederick, Peter K., & Co., 380
De Forest, David, 67

Edward, 278
De Freest, Isaac, 65, 70

Jacob, 67

Philip, 67
De Graff, Abraham, Dr., 52(1
De Hinse, Surgeon, 170
Deitz, Joban, .505

Johan Jost, 506
de Laet, Johannis, 21



Delamater, Ira, Dr., 183
de la Montogue, John, 40
De Lancey, Stephen, 08, 142, 144
Delavan, Edward C, 305
H. W., 265

John Savage, Dr., 177, 218, 278
Delehanty, Francis B., 335
Delhanty, Michael, 334
Dellius, Godfriedus, Rev., 336
Del mar, 493

Demarest, John, Rev., 408
Demers, George W. , 237
Denio, John, 244
Dennison, James, 66
Denniston, Isaac, 366
Depew, Chauncev M., 270
De Peyster, Johannes, 322

John, 142
Dermott, Stephen C, 425
Description of the old Capitol by II

Spafford, 269
De Voe, John, 66
Devyr, Thomas A., 245
De Witt, Abraham V., 371, 375
John, 13

John, Rev., 336, 337 •
Richard Varick, 362, 365, 391
Simeon, 268, 311, 374
William H., 206, 367
William H., Rev., 343
De Wolf, De Los, 270
De.xter, George, 200
Dickey, William D., 168
Dickson, Walter, 316, 318
Dietz, Louis, 363

Peter, 65
District attorneys, 143, 144
Dix. John A., 260,373
Doane, William Croswell, Rt. Rev.,

268, 319, 341
Dobler Brewing Companv, the, 378
Dodds, James, 106
Dodge, William T., 4.53
Dongan, Governor, 47-49
Donn, John. 451
Donohue, John, 447
Doran, Thomas, Father, 353
Dormansville, 532
Dorr, Elisha, 142, 366
Douglas, Alfred, 370
Charles, 447
Charles H., 357
Curtis N., 278
Douw, De Peyster John, 305
John, De P., 142
Volckert A., 65, 68, lOO, 136, 143,

Do.\, Gerrit L., 276



387



Dox, Peter, 65

Peter P., 145, 273
Draeyer, Andrew, 145
Drake, Edwin C, 10(i

Gerardus 463

John, 462
Draper, Andrew S., 335
Drexel, J. W., 23S
Drisius, David, 256
Dubois, Benjamin C, 73

Gualterus, Rev., 336
Ducharme, H. C, 109
Dudley, Blandina, Mrs., 276

Charles E., 93, 311, 323, 366. 377, 441

Observatory', 276-277
Duer, William, 234

William A., 140
Duffy. James, 244, 245
Dunlop, Robert, 378, 404, 425
Drumsville, 524
Durant, Clark Terry, 357

jr., Edward A., 335

F. B., 421

William, 96, 374

William C, 419
Dutch Colonial Council, the, 133

" comforter of the sick," 168

governors of New Netherlands, list
of the, 18

interests, final surrender of, to the
English, 47

traders, the first, 13, 13

trading-post, the first, 14

West tndia Company, the, 14, 15
Dutcher, David I., 427

Salem, 349
Duyster, Dirck Cornelissen, 21
Dwight, Francis, 245

Theodore, 242
Dwyer, Thomas H., 334
Dyckman, Johannes, 36, 37, 41

Early periodicals of Albanv, pleasant
sketches of, 247-252

East Berne, 508

Easton, C. P., 161, 278, 334

Eastwood, Thomas M., Rev., 349

Eaton, James W., 144, 166, 167
Joseph D., 431

Eckles, James H., 168

Edmeston, Alexander A., Dr., 180

Edmonds, John W., 117

Edson, Franklin, 278

Education in the view of the West India
Company, 254-256

Educational matters under Dutch domi-
nation, 353

Edwards, Alfred, 334



Edwards, Isaac, 164, 335

James, sketch of, 152; 372

John, Major, 462
Effects of the close of the Revolutionary

war on schools, 251
Egberts, Egbert, 436, 440, 446, 452, 453
Eidlitz, Leopold, 270
" Eight men," the, under Kicft, 132
Eights, Abraham, 65, 70

Jonathan, Dr., 173
Elder, Joseph F., Rev., 350
Elkins, Jacob Jacobson, 14
Ellicott, Joseph, 93
Ellison, Abraham, 344

Thomas, Rev., 340
Ellmaker, Augustus, 437
Elmendorf, William Burgess, 357
Emmons, Ebenezer, 200
En Earl, N.W., 437

English, activity of the, in granting pat-
ents and establishing settlements, 13

demonstration against the Dutch,
the first, 13

the, occup)^ Fort Orange, 46
Ennis, Robert, Rev., 348
Erie Canal, genesis of the, 93-95
Ermand, William Day, 278
Ernst, John Frederick, Rev., 338
Esleeck, Welcome, 94
Estes, D. C, 246
Evans, Charles S., 110

Charles Van Schaick, Dr., 232

Thomas, 425
Everett, William P., Rev., 350
Evertsen, Cornelius, Com., 46
Excise duties, quarrel over the, 41-43
Fabritius, Jacob, Rev., 338
Fair, John, 315
Falckner, Justus, Rev., 338
Farmers' Union League Advocate, the,

241
Farnsworth, Addison, 103
Farrell, James C, 236

John H.,239, 376
Faulk, Norman W., 469
Fee, John A., 108
Felthousen, John O., 108
Fernow, Bertold, 363
Fero, David, 408

Henry, Christian and David, 409
Ferris, Isaac D., Rev., 337
Feura, Bush, 552
Fiero, J. Newton, 166, 167
Filkins, Morgan L., 106, 273
Financial crisis of ]S.'!6-38, 101
Fitch, Henry, 145

John Hiram, Dr., 222, 552
Fitts, George H., 142



Fitzsimmons, James J., 335
Fivey, Robert Edward, Dr.. 229
Flagg, Azariah C, 260, 273
Flierel, John, Rev., 339
Flinn, Peter J., 334, 335
Flovd, E. G., 105
Foiida, Abram A.. 408, 409

Abraham D. , G5

Douw, 374

Douw H.,316, 335

family, the, 399

Hendrick, 409

Henry A., 873

Isaac, 408, 409

Isaac D. , 68

Isaac H., 409

Isaac J., 409

Jacob D., 409

Jelles A., 92

Johannes, 409



Jol

John J.. 67
John P.,
La



John

^ansing, 402
Foot, Ebenezer, 266
Foote, Samuel A., 144
Ford, Charles R., 453

Jacob, 530
Forsyth, Colonel, 88
Forsythe, Russell, 96
Fort on Castle Island, the, 14
Fort Orange Brewing Company, the

in 1628, 17

name.if, changed to Albany, 40



Fra.l. !:-;:.: \\ ■::;ani, ;!44
Franklin, C. K.. lliT, 332

James J., 334
Frasier Robert, 491
iM-aser, Robert H.,422
Fredendall, Jacob, 104
Frederick. Charles H., 107

Harold, 238
Freeman, Samuel H., Dr., 183
Freie Blaetter, the, 240
l-'relinghuysen, Theodurus. Rev., 336
French, George L., 432

Harlan P., 335, 357

discoveries and occupation, 10

and English, aggressions upon one
another from 1711 to 1744, 57-59

and English war, 1756-1760, 59-63

and Indian war, the, 1666-1698, 50-
55

occupation, evidence of, before Hud-
son's arrival, 12 note
Frev, William A., Rev., 338



Friedlander, David, 104
Frisbie, John B., 102
Frisby, Edward, 1 1 1

Frontenac's campaign against the Iro-
quois, 51, 53
Frost, N. W., 453
Frothingham, William, 107
Fruohting, H. C, 441
Fryer, Robert L. , 369
Fuller, Edward W., 453

Henry D., 436, 437, 440, 453

Howard N., 335

Samuel, Rev., 464
Fuller's Station, 524
Fulton, Justin D., Rev., 349
Fur trade, the, 15

grave troubles growing out of the,
26

growth and bad features of the 25

regulations concernmg the, 24

Gaflfney, Thomas M., 266
Gale, E. Thompson,-420

Nathaniel, 531
Gallien, Edward J., 375
Gallogly, John J., 371
Gallup, Albert, 145, 146
Galpin, Charles, 243, 244, 246

George, 243

& Sturtevant, 244
Gansevoort, Harme, 144, 378

Harmse, 387

Leonard, 92, 141, 143, 144

Leonard H., 145

Lieutenant, 88

Peter, 143,311, 365, 382

jr., Peter, 70, 145

Richard, 136
Gardinier, Henry H., 67
Gardner, Addison, 117

Hiram, 468
Garfield, Charles L., 369
Garland, Jerome, 451
Garner, William T.,445

Thomas, 445
Garretson, Freeborn, Rev., 344
Garside, John, 438
Gates, Merrell E., Dr., 265
(iaus, Charles H,, 334, 335
General Assembly of 1683, the, 47
Geography of Albany County, 2
Geology of Albany County, 3
Gerling, James S , 110
(ierretse, Adrian, 286

(Wyngard), Luykes, 255

Ryer, 143
(Serrit.sen, Jan, 379

Ryer, 135



Getty, Isaac R., Capt., 417, 419
Gibbons, Eugene Campbell, 357

James, 94, 274, 424

John, 530

Ransom H., 531
Gibbonsville, 411, 413
Gibson, R. W., 343
Gilbert, Archibald, Dr., 232

Asahel W., Capt., 417

Edward, 1U2

Edward J., 431

Horatio G. , 372
Gilchrist, Robert, 368
Gill, Matthew, 374
Gillet, Noah, 409
Given, John, 145
Glass, James, 431
Glen, Cornelius, 364

Henry, 71
Glenmont, 496
Godfrey, John I., 365
Godyu, Samuel, 21
Goetwater, John Ernest, Rev., 337
Goewey. Catharine Elizabeth, Dr., 223
Golden, Owen, 384, 385
Goodley, John L. , 335
Goodrich, Horace, 266

William W., 168
Goold, James, 200, 365, 375
Gordon, Catharine, 349
Gorham, George Elmer, Dr.. 226
Gorton, R. E-, 427
Gould, Charles D., 200

Thomas, 311

William, 161, 370
Gourley, William B., Mrs ,410
Graham, Edward J. , 335

Elisha Barker, Dr., 225

George J., 531

Hugh, 441

James Henry Augustus, Dr., 220

T. Van Wyck, 141
Grant, Richard J., 372

to the Duke of York, the, 44
Gray, George P. , 447

James A., 311, 380

John, 104, 349

William J., 380
Greeley, Caroline (i. , 266

Horace, 245
Green Island (village and town), 429-434
Green Island, churches of, 433, 433

fire department of, 431

genesis of, 429

incorporation of, 430

list of presidents of village of, to the
present time, 430

manufactures of, 432



Green Island, newspapers of, 431

police, 431

public improvements at, 429

schools of, 431

street railwavs and railroads in, 431,
432

town of, 433
Green, Powers L., 369
Greene, Henry, Dr., 175, 200, 370
Gregory, Clifford D., 143, 373

David E.,868

George Washington, Dr., 227

O. H., Rev., 425
Gridley, Philo, 117
Griffin, Abner J., 453

Cass, 105

Joseph C. , 390

R. M., 246

R. M. & E. . 247
Griffith. William H., Dr., 227

William Herrick, 357, 362, 363
Griggs, Hiram. 523
Groat, Warner, 430
Groenendyke, Johannes, 145
Groesbeck, Edward A., 369

John, 200

Leonard J., 453
Groetz, Mr. Rev., 33S
Ciroot, John, 66
Groves, Leslie R., Rev., 348
Ciuardineer, George H., 335
Guest, jr., Henry, 311
Guilderland. town of, 514-528

Altamunt village in, 521-523

Center, 520

churches of, 525-527

Dunnsville in, 524

early manufacture of glass at, 517

early stage lines, post routes, and
wayside taverns, 517, 518

first election for senator and assem-
blyman in, 515

first town meeting and town officers
of, 514

Fuller's Station in, 524

"Glass House" hamlet in, 519

Hst of families in, before the Revo-
lution, 515

list of licenses to sell liquor in, the
first year of the town's existence,
518

list of residents of, in 1803, qualified
as jurors, 515; in 1824, 516

McKownsville m, 525

Meadow Dale in. 525

natural characteristics of, 514

newspapers of, 523

physicians of, 523



Guilderland, saw mills a chief industrj-
in, in early years, 518

schools of, 519

settlement in, well advanced before
the Revolution, 515

Station, 535

supervisors of, 537
Gunnison, Albert C, 431
Giitman, John, 241, 393
Hackett, Williams., 375
Hagan, Terrance F., 390
Hagerman, A. Randolph B., Rev., 343
Hair. J. O., 109
Hale, Daniel, 268, 304

Matthew, 104, 106. 167, 357

William li., 200
Hall, Daniel, 403

James, Prof., 251

Lewis B., 100, 335

Talmage. 83

Uriah, 463

William P., 437
Hallenbeck, Matthew J., 371
Halley, Ebenezer, Rev., 410
Halsev, Frederick Walsworth, Dr., 333
Ham, 'Fred C, 335
Hamilton, Erastus, 531
Hammond, Aaron, 66

Samuel H., 144
Hand, Samuel, 165, 278, 384
Hanes, Lodowick and Jacob, 530
Hannah, William, 142
Hansen, Hans, 332

Hendric, 821

Nicholas, 321
Harmesen, Johannes, 392
Harper, Robert, 144
Harrington, A. \V. and J. H., 433
Harris. Frederick, 378

Hamilton, 144, 270, 369

Ira, 116. 140; sketch of, 1.55; 164,
200

James R., 106
Hart, John W., 140

Jonathan, 435
Haskell, William H., 281
Haskins, Henry R., Dr., 181
Hastings, Hugh, 358

Hugh J., 338, 339

John, 238

Seth, 368
Haswell, Henry B., 144, 334

Joseph M., 420

Justus. 142

William E., 145
Hatch family, the, 401
Haverland, William, 531
Hawley, Gideon, 96, 259, 266



Hazen, Jasper, Rev., 346

J. T., 346
Hedrick Brewing Company, the, 378
Heemstraat, Dirck and Charles, 409
Heermans, Rathbone & Co., 311
Heinmiller, Jacob, 341
Helderbergs, the, 3
Helms. Thomas, Dr., 178, .523
Hempstead, Isaac, 145
Hendrick, Jam.es, 373
Henly, Edward, 238
Henry, John G., Rev., 338

John v., sketch of, 148; 203, 265,
266

Joseph, 265
Herrick, D. Cady, 141, 144, 167, 168

Frank Castle, 358, 373
Hess, John, 354
Hessberg. Albert, 375
Higgins, M. E., 390

Solomon F., 144
Hill. David B., 318

James, 240

Nicholas, sketch of, 154
Hillhouse, Thomas, 404
Himes. J. W., 453

Hinckle Brewing Company, the, 378
Hinckley, Josiah, 530
Hindman, Rebecca I., 330
Hitt, Galen R., 316
Hoagkirk, John, 65
Hobbs, C. W., 109
Hochstrasser, Jacob, 500, 503
Hodgeman, Timothy, 403
Hoff, Alexander H., 105
Hoffendahl, Charles Frederick, Dr., 214
Hoffman, Ernest, Rev., 338

John T., 165, 270

L. G., 344
Hogan, George, 65

Henry, 65, 70

William, 893
Holland, Almond, 332

Edward. 332

Henry, 145
Holley, Myron, 93
Holmes, Edwin, Rev., 337

George, Dr., 531

John Mc, Rev., 348
Holstein, De Coudrey, 245
Home for Aged Men, 410
Hoogkirk, John, 70
Hooker, Harold L , 166
Hoositt, Gillis, 21
Hopkin.s, Charles A., 278

Hiram, 428

Hiram M.,428



391



Home, Charles A., 330
Horrocks & Van Beuthuyseii, 449
Horton, Herman Brownell, Dr., 220
Hosford & Wait, 245
Hospital, St. Peter'.s, 207

the Albany, 206

the Albany City Homoeopathic, '.

the Child's, 208
Hotaling, Andrew F. , 111

Jacob, 491

John M., 491

Lansing, 144, 373
Houck, James A., 146
Hourigan, William F. , 335
House, Joseph S., 370
Howard, Natt & Co., 311

Mary E., 332
Howe, Bezaleel, 243

Elliot, Calvin, Dr., 222

Samuel B., 330
Hoyt, Albert Ellis, 358

George B., 334
Hubbard, Murray, 437, 441, 452
Hubbell, Almerin, Dr., 505
Huber, J. J., 105
Hudson, Ephraini, 403

Henry, voyage and arrival of, 12

John, 83

John T., 270
Huested, A. B., Dr., 179
Huestes, David, 67
Hughes, John J., 390
Hulbert, Henry S., 105, 108
Humphrey, Friend, 200, 234

William, 375
Hun, Leonard G., 161

Marcus T., 165, 16(i, 365, 374

Thomas, 68, 174, 182

William. 65, 70
Hunter, Robert, 366, 370

iV Huffman, 245
Hunting, Nelson, Dr., 221
Hurlbut, ElishaP.. 140
Hurley, Father, 350
Hurstville, 495
Hussey, Edward J., 369
Husted, Albert N., Prof., 358
Hutchins, Stephen C, 236
Hutton, Isaac, 366

Timothy, 409
Huyck, Andries, 403

John S,, 464



Immigration, three distinct sources of,

13
Immigrants brought by the " Endracht,"

brought by the ship " Unity," 15



Immigrants, character of the, under the

charter system, 20, 21
Incorporation of Albany, and of Rensse-
laerville, Knoxville and Coeymans
Academies, 259
Indian alfairs, management of, 8

Fields, 483
Indians, commercial relations of the
Dutch with the, 7
efforts to secure an alliance with, 78
introduction of firearms to the, 23
religious work among the, 7
selling liquor to the, 71
the Iroquois, 5-7
troubles with the, over the Property

Line, 64
unfair treatment of the, 9, 10
Ingalls, Jacob, 530
Introduction of inoculation, 172
Iroquois Indians, the, 5-7

Jackson, Allan H , 108

George P. , 376

J. C, 243

Michael, 74

Mortimer M., 468
Jails, 161-163
James, Edwin, 266

William, 93, 94, 96, 374
Jefferson, Sylvanus K., 419
Jenkins, Charles M., 440

Elisha, 96, 311, 323, 364

Ira, 368

Samuel. 461, 464
Jenney, Edwin S., 105
Jermain, James B., 410, 425

John P., 245

Sylvanus P., 374
Jesuits, the, 7

Jewett, Freeborn G., Rev., 117, 342
Jogues, Father Isaac, description of Fort

Orange by, 43
Johnson, Alexander S., 117 '

Edward P., Rev., 336

Elisha, 344

Guy and Sir John, disloyalty of,
71, 72

James I., 235, 278

John B., Rev., 336

Jonathan, Dr., 523

Robert L., 278, 369

Samuel W., 445

William, Sir, and the Indians, 1766
to the Revolution, 63

William H.,336
Johnston, David J., 438, 453

Robert, 453
Jolley, James W., 280



392



Jones, Charles Edmund, Dr., 323,



Erasmus Darwin,
John H.. 432



)r., 215



JohnM., 433

Margaret, 349

Samuel E., 109

Thomas S., 390
Jorise, Adrien, l.l, 18
Journalism in Albany county. 233-252
Judges, list of, of the Supreme Court,

from Albany county. 140
Judiciary, the, under Dutch domina-
tion, 130-134
Judson, Albert C, li't

Albert Lewis. Capt., 358

Edmund L., 278, 335, 376

Ichabod L.. 370

Kaestner, Julius. 241
Kane, James, 93. 347

P. H., 447
Karner, George N.. Rev.. 348
Kauterivitz, Albert. Rev., 355
Kautz, John. 335
Kearney, Thomas, 388
Kearnan. Thomas, 353
Keefer's Corners. 483
Keeler. Isaac N., 145

William H., 14(i
Keese, William Lmn, Rev., 341
Keeven, Robert F., 108
Keleher, Timothy D., 335
Kelly, J., Rev., 3.52

Warren S.. 334
Kencliick, E. E., 304, 307, 453
Kenneally, M. H., 105
Kennedy, Duncan, Rev., 336

James, 109. 110

J., 109

James C, 372

jr., Robert, Dr., 227

ThomSs, 447
Kenney, Cyrus, 438
Kent, James, 137, 140, 266
Kenwood, 494

Kerchewey, George W.. 166
Ketcham, Joel, Rev., 344
Ketchum, Jeremiah, 409
Kettletas, Abraham, Rev., 346
Keyes, Addison A., 238
Kevs. Addison A.. 334
KicUl, Henry M., 363

James, 273, 375

William, 363
Kieft, seizure of the "Arms of Rensse-
laerwyck " bv. 26

William, 18



Kieley, Jeremiah, 316
Kilduff, Thomas, 448
Kimball, John M., 104

Rodney G., 107
Kimberly, Henry. 428
King George's war, 1744-1748, 58, 59

James M., 100

J. Howard, 363, 365

Rufus, 261, 278

Rufus H., 316, 374
Kiugsley, Hale, 105

William C. 270
Kinney, John, 83

Kip, William Ingraham, Rev., 341
Kirk, Andrevi-, 378

Edmund N.. Rev.. 348

William, 378
Kirkland, Samuel, Rev., 7
Knap, Reuben, 66
Knapp, G. A., 108
Knauflf, C. W., Rev., 342

John G., Dr., 173
Knickerbacker, James, 420
Knoll, Michael Christian. Rev.. 338
Knowles, Charles R. , 363, 375
Knower, John. 375. 421

Benjamin, 96. 366, 421
Knox. Edward B.. 107
Knox, town of, 537-544

business enterprises of. 539

churches of, 542-544

early town elections and town offi-
cers of, 537, 538

erection and natural characteristics
of, 537

hamlets of, 543

immigrants from New England
538, 539

in the Rebellion, 541

lists of prominent families of, 540

paucity of information concerning,
before the Revolution. 538

schools of, 541

supervisors of, 544
Krank, G., 109
Krol, Bastiaen Jansen, 21
Kurth, Max, 241
Kyle, Thomas, Rev., 426

Lacy, William B., Rev., 340
La Grange, Aries, 68

Jacob, 66
Laimbeer, Francis Effingham, 358
Lamb, Jehial, 530

Robert Brockway, Dr., 230
Lamb's Corners, 533
Lamont, Wilbur Fiske. Dr., 230
Lamoreaux, George C. , 478



Lamoreaux, James, 143, 468

JudsoD, 478

William J., 478
Landon, Henry L., 437

Judsoii S., 166, 167
Lansing, Abraham 142, 369

Abraham, Mrs., 363

Abraham G., 365

Abraham H., 409

Abraham V. P. , 409

Abram, 438, 403

Andrew D. , 440, 4.53

Charles B., 377

Christopher, 65, 67, 409

Douw B., 115

E. J., 409

family, the, 398

Francis, 409

Gerrit, 402

jr., Gerrit, 68

Gerrit I., 408, 409

Gerrit Y., 141, 374

Henry L., 369

Isaac D. F., 278, 453

jr., Jacob, 65, 68, 399, 402, 409

Jacob G. , 65

Jacob I., 409

Jacob J., 65, 74

James, 166

Johannes, 409

John, 143, 265, 2S6

jr., John, 137, 140; sketch of. 146;
299, 323, 403

John A., 66

John G. , 402

John v.. Dr., 182, 183, 334

John V. A. , 399

J. V. S., 453

J. Townsend, 316, 365

Leviuus T., 65

Obadiah, 66

Peter, 406
Lansingh, Peter, 142

Larabee L. S., 107
Larkin, John, 145
Latham, Obadiah B., 270
Lathrop. Ralph P., 278
Lautman, John, 67
La Valenure, Rev. Father, 350
Lawrence, George, 422

John, 445

J. D., 447

J. W., 432

Richard, 391
Lawson, Edward S., 266

Isaac, 344

Joseph A. , 167, 247, 252
Lawton, Israel, 142



Lawyer, George, 358, 363
Lay, Robert S., 144



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