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Zina W. and Josiah, Drs., 581
Leake, I. Q., 234
Learned, Billings P., 371

Edward, 420, 428

Jacob, 373

William L., 140, 141, 164-166, 334,
335, 371
Lee, George C, 278, 373

Noah, 372

William, 108
Lenox, Lionel U., 106
Leonard, Edward Cottrell, 358

Jacob, 373
Le Roy, Alfred, 453

W. B., 447
Leslie, Edward, 387
Lester, Charles C, 166
Leversee, J. IJ. , 454
Lewi, Joseph, Dr., 183, 334

Maurice J., Dr., 166
Lincoln, Joseph, 461
L'Independent, Cohoes, 445
Lindsay, James, 145

J. H., 238
Linn, William, Rev., 336
Lipman, Henry W., 334, 335
Lisha's Kill, 406
Litchfield, Edwin, 144
LittleHeld, 1). G., 378

Henrv C,.278, 378

Stove Company, 377
Livingston, Edward, 144

John A., Rev., 336

Philip, 144, 358

Robert, 144, 285, 286, 321

Robert R., 263

Thomas, 366

Walter, 143
Lockrow, A. V. B., 109
Lockwood, Daniel, 431
Lobdell, Alexander S., 427

James, 425

Richards., 418
Lodewick, Johannes, 66
Lodge, Douglass, 106
Look (Luke?), Philip C, 66
Lotteries in aid of public improvements,

258
Loudonville, 406
Loughren, Ezra, 377

John, 381
Loveridge, Cicero, 393
Lovett, John, 88, 144

Joseph M., 375
Low, James S., Dr., 523
Lucas, Arthur, 238



394



Ludlow, John, Major, 359

John, Rev,, 336
Lush, Richard, 142, 144, 360, 365

.Stephen, 311, 381, 403

Samuel S. , 144
Lutheran churches, 337-339
Lydius, Johannes, Rev., 336
Lyon, James B., 316
Lynch, John H., 335

McAvenue, Owen Frank, Dr., 230
McCall, Henry S. , 165, 261

John A., 335
McCannon, Edward, 381

William, 381
McCann, Patrick, 316
McCarthy, A. Elizabeth, 329
McCartv, David, 143

Peter, 448
McClellan, C. C, 109
McClelland, W., Dr., 172, 173
McCloskey, John, Rt. Rev., 267, 351
McClure, Archibald, 316, 3S4

Archibald Jermain, 362

Elizabeth, Mrs., 410

Tames H., 410

William H., 362

William H., Mrs., 363
McCredie, James, 391

Thomas, 378
McCuUoch, Charles, 109

W. S., 244
McDermott, J. C, 108

Timothy, 104
McDonald, Hugh J., 334

John, 242

John, Rev., 265, 349
McDougal, William. 343
McDuffie, Angus, 145
McElrov, John E., 375

Thimas, 200

William H., 318, 320
McEwcn, John, 145, 379

John S., 363

S., 109
McFarland. James, 10(i

Mary B., 331
McFarlane, Andrew, 167

James, 239, 246 .
McGlashan, Daniel, 244

James, 244
McGough, Father, 354
McGown, James, 102
McGuire, iMancis J., Father, 354, 35.^

John, 109, 111
McHarg, Ilenrv K., 365



Mclntyre, Archibald, 93, 265

James, 279
McKelvey, S. C, Rev., 236, 349
McKenna, John, 334
McKinnev, Edward N., 365

Edward M., 381

James, 375

James & Son, 377
McKinley, jr., William, 167
McKissick, Stewart. o:!4
McKnight, John, 375, 378

John T., 278
McKown, James. 107

James A., 142

James Francis, Dr., 220

William James, Dr., 232
McKownsville, 525
McLachlan, David M., Dr., 201
McLeod, C. A., 432
McNamara, John W.. 393
McNaughton, James, Dr , 174,370, 375
McNeirny, Francis, Rt. Rev., 352, 354
McPherson & McKercher, 244
McOuade, James, 390

~P. H., 332
McShane, Arthur, 390
Mabey, Stephen and Solomon, 530
MacDonald, Willis G., Dr., 196
MacP"arlane, Andrew, Dr., 196
Machin, Thomas, 403
Magee, I., Rev., 338-

James, 66
Maher, Edward A., 161, 325

James, 375

William I., 335
Mahoney, D.', Rev., 350
Maley, John, 364
Mallory, Edward, 427
Mancius, G. W., Rev.. 169. 273

Jacob, 145, 273

W., Dr , 172, 173
Maney& Ward, 311
Mangan, Joseph H., Father, 353
Manhattan Island, purchase of, by Gov-
ernor Minuit, 17
Mann, John, 526

Joseph, 373

Thomas Henry, Dr., 221
Manning, Daniel, '235, 368, 369

James H., 316,32.-), 369

John, Capt., 46, 145
Mansfield, W. K.. 454
March, Alden, Dr., 174, 182, 1S3, 200, 206

Henry, Dr., 183
Marcv, William L., 88
Marrow, Joseph P., 334
Marselis, Guysbert G., 68

Henrv, 73



I



395



Marselis, John B. , 74

Nicholas, 65
Marsh, Witham, 144
Marshall, Francis, Cfi, 105

J. v., 381

& Wendell Manufacturing Co., 381
Martin, Frederick L., 278

Henry H., 369, 374, 375

Jamesi Rev., 349
Robert C, 373
William B., 390
Marvin, Alexander, 365
Richard, 368

Selden E , Gen., 343, 363, 373
Selden E., Mrs., 363
jr., Selden E., 363
Uriah, 347
William, 96
Mason, James W. , 265

John, 425
Masten, Edson Wyckoff, Dr., 337
Mather, Andrew E.,363
F. W., 109
Thomas, 365
Matthews, Frederick, 366

William H., 105
Mattiniore, Frank J., Dr., 180
Maverick, Samuel, 45
Mayer, F. G., Rev., 338

James, 273
Meadow Dale, 525
Meads, Orlando, 164, 343, 372
Mears, David O., Rev., 348
Medical College, Albany, list of faculty
of the, 303-3U5
profession from settlement to 1800,

168-173
profession, monuments to the, in

Albany, 310
profession, services rendered by the,

during the Rebellion, 183, 183
Society, the Albany, 185-199
Society, the Albany, list of officers of,

197-199
Society, the Albany, publication of

the transactions of, 195
Society, the Albany County Homeoe-

pathic, 211-232
societies, authorization of. by the

Legislature, 184
treatment and care, want of, in early
days, 168
Medusa, 463
Meegan, Edward J., 316
Megapolensis, Johannes, Rev., 169, 355,

336
Meneely, Andrew, 431



Meneely, Andrew H., 422

Charles D., 422

Edwin A., 421

George R., 418, 422
Menand's, 407
Merchant, George, 143, 144, 363, 366

Lansing, 371
Merrill, C. S,, 373
Merriam, Harmon N., Ill

John 0.,433
Merrifield, Richard, 378
Merriman, Harmon L., 116
Merritt, Edwin A., 270
Merwin, Samuel, Rev., 365
Mey, Cornelius Jacobson, 13, 15, 18
Mexican war, the, 101, 103
Mia;gael. August, 340
Milbank. William Edward, Dr., 333
Military notes and resolutions of, 1776, 73

events of 1776, 71
Militia, state of the, in 1693, 54

list of names of, from Albany county,
88-90
Miller, Andries, 67

Atchison, 533

Christian, 311

Christopher C, 73

George W. , 438

Henry, Rev., 337

Horace Curran, 323

Isaac, 66

Johannes, 66

Lewis J., 391

Richard, 145

Rodnev. 453

William H., 107

William A., Rev., 365
Mills, Charles Hood, 358

John, Col., 88
Miln, John, Rev., 340
Milne, William J., 267
Mink, George E., 390
Minuit, Peter, 18
Mitchell, Charles B., 106

Isaac, 343

James H., 438, 441
Mix, James, 373, 376

William, 144, 387
Moak, Nathaniel C, 144, 166
Moeller, Henry, Rev., 338

Moir, James, 343
Moffitt, Robert, 234
Mohawks, the, 7

Montague, Johannes de la. Dr., 169
Moore, ApoUos, 143, 461, 536

David, 425

James, 373

James W., Dr., 176



Moore, Jonathan O., 105

Levi, Dr., 183

Norman H., 109

Robert H.. 145

Thoroughgood, Rev., 339

William, 453
Morange, William D., 278, 320
Morgan, Ephraim, 404

James H., 110

John, 392

Mary, 330

William, 335
Morrill, LinzeeT., 335
Morris, Ale.\antler, 101

James, 335

John A., 109, 110

Lewis O., 109, 110

Richard, 136

Robert, Dr., 108
Morrison, Alexander, 430

George H., 448
Morton, Levi P., Mrs., 363
Mosher, Alfred, 418

Cornelius D. , 335

George B., 418

Jacob S.. Dr., 176. 278. 334

J. Montgomery, Dr., 196
Moss, E. S.,109
Mott, Albert, Dr., 231
Mount, J. F., 100
Moussart, Touissaint, 21
Mowrv, Le Roy, 371
Mulcahy, Patrick M.. 390
Mulholland, H., 105
Mull, Abraham, 432

John C, 390
Mullens, R., 109
Munchausen, L., 241
Munger, B., 107
Munro, Harvey, Rev., 340
Munsell, Joel. 244, 245
Munson, Samuel Lyman, 358, 376
Murphy, Elijah Warrener, 3.58, 362
Murphy 2d, Edward, 236

John H., & Co.. 449

Joseph M., 109

P.M., Dr.. 179

Robert W., 468
Murray, David, Dr., 265
Myer, Frederic G., Rev., 265
Myers, John G., 371. 375, 385

Nash, Willis G., 365

Nead, Will Melangchtou, Dr.. 229

Neef, Jacob, Rev., 337

Neil, jr., John, 335

Nellis, William Jacob, Dr., 3.58

Nelson, Arnold, 200

New Amsterdam, surrender of, 45



Newcomb, George W., Dr., 109. 179
New Hampshire Grants, story of the, 82
New Netherlands Company, the. 14

comparative population in 1647 and
1664,45
Newman, Charles, 3.59, 37.")

John L., 106, 363, 453
Newspapers, list of defunct, 241-247

miscellaneous minor, 241
New Salem, .549
New Scotland, town of, .545-557

Collanan's Corners in, 553

churches of, 554

Clarksville village in, .550

early physicians of, 554

Feura Bush hamlet in, 5.52

immigrants between 1775 and 1800,
548

influence on immigration by the
establishment of mills at Clarksville
by the Slingerlands, .548

legal struggle over title to, 546

list of natives of. who have become
prominent, 548

list of Scotch, Irish, and English im-
migrants, .548

New Salem village in. 549

Onesquetha in, 552

pioneers of 546-548

schools of, 549

Slingerland's Mohawk died, 547

supervisors of, 549

topography and natural characteris-
tics of, 545

Unionville hamlet in, ,552

Scotland village, 551

villages and hamlets of, 549-5.53

VoorheesviUe village in, 553

Wolf Hill post-office in, 552
Newton, John M., 320, 410
Newtonville, 406
New York State Library, 274-275

surrender of, to the Dutch in



46



Am-



tlie name of, succeeds Nev
sterdam, 45
Neubauer, Francis, Father. 354
Nicholson, James D., 245
Nicoll. Francis, 65
Nicolls, Rensselaer, 135. 143

Richard, Col., 45, 46
Niel, William, Rev., 265
Niewenhuysen. William, Rev., 336
Niles, Addison C, 468

Jonathan. 66

Stephen, 60
" Nine Men," the, under Stuyvesant, 133
Niver, J. Fenimore, Dr., 220
Noble, George Everett, Dr., 232



Noble, Henry Harmon, 359, 363, 363

Henrv Harmon. Mrs., 302
Nodine, Joslin, 478
Noethen," Theodore, Father, 3.i3, 3.54
Nolan, Michael N., 161, 316, 325
Noonan. Thomas, 375
North, William, 93, 403
Northern Inland Lock and Navigation

Co. , 403
Norton, John Treadwell, 3.59, 365, 366,

375
Normansville, 49;-!



393



NoxoD, Allied, a:-'
Noves, Roliert L., 370
Nucella, Johannes Petrus,Rev., 336
Nusbaum, Mver, 393
Nuttall, J. A.', 449
William, 448

Oathout, Volkert D., 434
O'Brien, M. T., 448

Rev. Father, 3.50

Thomas S., 332
Ogilvie, John, Rev., 340
O'Gorman. Father, 350
Ogsbnrv, John D. and Junius D., .523
O'Kane. H., 245
Olcott, Dudley. 315, 363, .367, 375, 410

Egbert, 420

John J., 367

Theodore, 366

Thomas, 367

Thomas W., 100, 109, 104, 276, 381
360, 367, 375
O'Learv, Cornelius B., Dr., 104, 180

D. "v., Dr., 273, 334. 335
Oliver, George E. . 278

John H.. 334

Robert Shaw. Gen., 303
Olmsted, Charles A., 436, 453

Francis 441

F. Law, 270
Onderkerk, Abraham, 409

Isaac and Andrew, 409
O'Neil. James, 448
Ouisquethau, 553
Oothout, Abraham, 403, 405

Jonas, 431
Oothoudt, jr., Henrv, 05

Henry, 142

Volckert, 67
Orelup, jr., William, 4.53
Orr. William E.. 109, 110
Osborne, A. Melvin, 408
Ostrom, Henry, 05, 402



Ostrom, John, 91

Louisa, 200
Ostander, jr.. John. 145
Ottenhaus, Father, 353

Packard, D. B., & Co.. 236

Robert, 243
Page, David P. , 207

E., 450

Isaiah, & Son. 377

Tamar. 349

WilluTii V, :'.::
Paige. l..Ir I :M, 360, 382

Paine, il.r < Dr., 339

Henrv i irv.r, ,,ii, :'.:>

Horace Man-^iiekl, Dr., 216

Howard Simmons. Dr., 227

John Alsop. Dr.. 21(i

Nathaniel Emmons. Dr.. 234
Palmer, Amos P.. .309, 371, 375

Benjamin, 405

E. De L., 375

John, 363

John E., 375

Potter 469

Ray. Rev., 355
Parker. Alton B., 100-108

Aniasa J.. 140, 104-166, 277

jr., Amasa J., 286, 245, 278, 316, 330

James, 386,

Jason, earlv stage proprietor, 91

Lewis R.. 167

Robert. 334
Parmelee. William. 143. 334
Parr. Harris. 146

John J.. 339
Parsons, jr.. James Russell. 359

jr., John 1)., 359, 370

J. H.. 448

L. Sprague. 366

Samuel. 448

S. H., 246

Sylvanus H. H., 393
Patchin, Aaron D,, 365
Patroon and New Am'sterdam authori-
ties, serious strife between, 37

death of the first, 38

rental system of the, 33

system, the. opposed to individual
enterprise, 24
Patroons, extravagant demands of the,
24

privileges and powers of the, 20
Patten, Moses, 142, 503, .500
Patterson, J. M., 240
Patton, Henry, 391
Pearse, J. Lansing, Rev., 491
Pease, Joel, 06



Peck. Bernard, Rev., 338
Peckham, John Jay, Dr., 225

Peleg, ])::, 531

Rufus W.. 140, 141, 144; sketch of,
loG; 382, 461, 468

jr., Rufus W., 144, 315
Peltz, John De Witt, 359, 375

J. DeWitt, Mrs., 363
Penio, Zenas, 403
Perry, Eli, 109, 325, 370

Eli, Mrs., 349

Nathan B., 369

Sanford S. , 422

Stove Co., 377
Perkins, George R., 267
Petersen, A. M., Rev., 350
Pettit, F., 109
Phelps, I. Arthur, 421

Philip, 395
Philip Livingston Chapter of the Sons of

the Revolution, 856-362
Philips, Wilhelmus, 73
Phillips, Edwards, 335

John Peter, 107

Samuel, 424
Phinney, Elihu, 403
Phisterer, Fred, 363
Pierce, George William, 359
Pierson, Charles H., 105
Pilsburv, Amos, 278

Louis I)., 279
Pinkerton, Robert, 433
Pitkin, Thomas C, Rev., 340
Pitts. iJavid Wesley, Dr., 330
Planck, Jacob Albertsen, 135
Piatt, Ananias, 83

Charles Z., 311

E. li., 280
Plumb, Josiah B., 365, 372
Plympton, Lucy A., 266
Pohlman, Henry N., Rev., 335
Pomfret, James D., Dr., 109, 170
Pomeroy, Mary Almeda Garrison, Dr.,

227
Population of county and citv in 1850,
103

of county and citv in ISOO and 1870,
103
Porter, Charles U., Dr., 178, 196

Giles W., 366

James, 365

Nathan, 422
Post-office, the, 272-274
Potter, Asahel, 427

Elipolet N., 165

Henry S., Rev., 3.50

Hollow, 464

Horatio, Rev., 340



Powell, C. F., &Co., 245
Pratt, James H., 365, 376

John H., 101

Lester Marcus, Dr., 218

Ralph, 96
Preisser, Stephen A.. Father, 354
Prentice, Ezra P., 368
Preston, Henry Green, Dr., 222

Hollow, 463

Samuel, Dr., 463
Prescott, Benjamin, 381
Pretty, Richard, 48, 145, 286
Price; John, 65, 68, 70

Joseph H., Rev., 341
Priest, John E., 445
Prince & Ott, 377
Proctor, Redfield, 167
Prosser, Jonathan, Dr., 530, 531
Province, the, divided into twelve coun-
ties, 48
Provoost, Johannes, 145
Pruyn, Amasa Parker, Mrs., 363

Augustus, Col., 359

Casparus, 65

Francis, 109

Hybertie L., Miss, 363

John Van Schaick Lansing, Col..
100, 109, 267, 270, 377, 359, 369, 370,
375

Lansing. 375, 388

Robert Clarence, 161. 316, 359, 368,



Robert H., 200;

368, 369. 375, 377
Samuel, 375
Public improvements at the



of, 276; 278,



of th(



improvements during the Rebellii
period, 113
Pulling, Henry P., 371
Pumpelly, Harmon, 374, 453

John Hollenback, 359
Pulver, Peter, 481

Ouackenbush, Henrv, 65

H. S.,245

John P., 65

J. V. P., Dr., 175

Nicholas N., 143, 268
Ouay. Paul, 111

Queen Anne's War, 1702-1711, 55-57
yuinby, John H., 316
yuinni Arthur C, 334

James, 378

& Nolan, 378



Railroads, 97-99, 103, 104,
Ramsey, George, 72



19 120



Randall, S. S.,351

Randel, William Henry, Dr., 217

Ranken, David M., 448

Henrys., 448
Ransom, Albion, 373

E. D., & Co., 377

Samuel H., 315
Rapalje, Sarah, the first white child born

in New Netherlands. 16
Rathbone, Clarence, 363

Jared L., 334

John F., Gen., 109, 877

Lieutenant, 88

Sard & Co., 377

& SilHman, 311
Ravena (Coeyraans Junction), 480
Raymond, A. V. V., 166, 167
Read, Harmon Pumpeliy, Major, 378,
360. 363

John B., 109, 110

John Meredith, Gen., 359, 360

M. H.. 373,373
Reddy, William F., 335
Reed, George W., 106

Rufus, Dr., 333
Reese, David M., Dr., 301

Livingston, Rev., 343
Redfield, Lewis H., 336
Reidsville, 509
Reilly. Hugh, 144
Reiley, John, 418
Regents of the University, 357
Regiment, National Guard. Tenth, 106

N. Y. Volunteers, Third, 105

N. Y. Volunteers, Fortv-third, 105

N. Y. Volunteers, 'Forty-fourth
("People's Regiment"). 107

N. Y. Volunteers, Ninety-first, 107

N. Y. Volunteers, One Hundred and
Seventy-seventh, 106

N. Y. Vols., One Hundred and Nmty-
secoud, 110

N. Y. State Militia, Twenty-fifth, 104

One Hundred and Thirteenth

(Seventh N. Y. Vol. Artillery), 109

Remonstrance sent by the patroon to the

Amsterdam Chamber, 39
Remsen, Peter, 441
Ren.shaw, Alfred H., 433
Rensier, John, 461
Rensselaerville, town of, 461-473

churches of, 467

first settlers of, 461^69

first town meeting and town officers
of, 467

Hit of occupants and actual first ten-
ants, under the patroon, in, 469-473

notes of, from Cockburn's map, 466



Rensselaerville, organization of, 465

prominent natives of, 468

Schoharie Turnpike Co., 468

streams of, 463

supervisors, 468 -

topography and early roads of. 465

troubles with the Indians in, 467

villages and hamlets of, 463-465

village, 464
Rensselaerwyck, copartners of, 21
Rental system of the patroon, 23
Requa, Ansel C, 145
Revere, jr. William H., 107
Revolution. i^clo.se of the, 81
Reynold, Jared, 531

'John H., 371
Reynolds, Marcus T., sketch of, 150
' Margaret Jackson, Dr., 238

Porter Lafayette, Dr., 180, 321, 334

William, 335
Rice, Ale-xander D., Ill

James C, 107

Joseph T. , 374

William A., 270,278

William Gorham, Col., 360

William Gorham, Mrs., 363
Richards, Aaron, Rev., 346

Seth, 344
Richardson, Henry, 370

Leonard Woods, Rev., 360
Richmond, Adelbert G. , 360

Charles A., Rev., 348
Ricketts, Palmer C, 433
Rivers and streams, 3
Roberts. James A., 363
Robertson, Alexander and James, pub-
lishersof the first newspaper in Albany
county, 333

Charles A., Dr., 177, 278, 335
Robinson, Albert D., 143

Oscar I)., 330, 363
Rockefeller, Henry Oscar, Dr., 239
Rockwell, Lewis H., 333
Rodgers, James, 108

William C, 431
Roelantsen, Adam, schoolmaster. 254
Roflf, Frederick, 403
Rogers, Albert Husted, Dr., 332

Ebenezer P., Rev., 336

H. N., 109

James C, 105

Peter A., 143
Romaine, B. F., 343, 346
Ronau, D. A., 390
Rooker, Myron H., 339
Rooney, James, 146
Roorbach, John, 68
Roosa, Cornelius, Dr., 173



Root, Andrew J., 447

Arthur Cniernsey, Dr., 360

Josiah G., 447, 453

Lyman, ;i65
Roseboom. Jacob, 68

Myndert, 71
Rosendale, Simon W., 316, 369
Rosenthal!, Mitchell, 455
Roy, James, 420, 421

John F., 431

Peter, 421
Rudd, William P., 278, 334, 335
Rudder, William, Rev., 342
Ruggles, Charles H., 117,
Rundell, Darius, 536

Isaac. 531
Runkle, Henry, 402
Ruso, James M., 334, 335
Russell, Edwin B., Rev., 342

Henry, 381

loseph, 96, 266, 347, 366

Thomas, 374
Ruvckman, Albert, 286
Ryckman, Albert, 378

Sabin, Charles H , 373

Sage, Dean, 360

St. Agnes School, 268

St. John, Adam, 530

St. Peter's Hospital, 207 ,

Salisbiirv, Nelson H., 365

Sands, William, 440

Sanders, BarnetB., 334

George, 110

Robert, 135, 143, 322

William N. S., 373
Sanford, Giles, 370

Henry T., 335

Roscoe Conkling, 360
Sanger, William Gary, 360
Sard, Grange, 360, 369, 373, 377
Saunders, Joseph S., Rev., 426

William M. S.. 376
Sawyer, William. 410
Sayles, Ale.\ander, 334
Schaets, Gideon, 336
Schau.s, Hendrick, 66
Scherer. Robert G., 335
Schermerhorn, Daniel, 60

Jacob C, 66

Luke, 66
Schlesiager, Max, Dr., 355
Schnell, William, 506
Schnellendrussler, H. F., Rev., 337
School purposes, sale of public lands for.

system, founding of the, 25S, 259
Schoolcraft, John L., 368



Schoolmaster's wages in 1644, 254
Schools, efforts and measures on the part
of the mayor and common council to
promote the, 256, 257
free, the long-drawn battle for,

260-263
in Albany county in 1820, number of
common, 260



instructions of Gov. Dongan (
ing, 256

legislative action in "An Act for the
Encouragement of Schools," 258

the Lancasterian system of, in Al-
bany, 264
Schoppe, Bernard, Father, 354
Schout-tiscal, the, 154
Schrodt, Michael, 241
Schurr, C, 109
Schurtz, John, 67
Schuyler, Abraham, 08

David, 145, 286, 321

Hermanns P., 145

Jeremiah, 404

Johannes, 321

jr., John, 322, 424

John C, 420, 425

Myndert, 322

Nicholas, Dr., 170

Peter, 56, 57, 65, 185, 143, 285, 286,
321, 338. 342, 397

Peter P., 66, 137

Peter S. , 65, 434

Philip, 63, 71, 92, 263, 397

Philip Pieterse, and the Indians,
7, 8, 36

Phihp S., 425

Stephen. 66

Stephen J., 67

Thomas, 345, 372
Schwartz, Charles William, Dr., 229
Scott. John. 65

Theodore L.. 371
Scoville, Ebenezer, 419
Scudder, Myron Tracev, 360
Seegers, John C, Rev., 339
Seeley, William Wesley, Dr., 224
Sedgwick, Robert, 347
Seitz, Eugene, 432
Selden, Edward G., Rev., 337

Henry R., 117
Selkirk, 495
Senrick, Charles, 334
Settle, Jacob, 504, 500
Settlement, inauguration in 1029 of plans
for permanent, 20

the. in 1646, '28
Settlements, condition of the, in 1640,
22 note



401



Settlers in 1640, three classes of. 22
Sever, Jonathan, 67
Seymour, George H., 422

William, 200
Shafer, Benjamin, McE., 481

Ira, 144
Shaffer, A. Webster, 107
Shaler, Peter M., Ill
Shanlcland, William J., :{87
Shannon, William, 109
Sharp, George. 67

iMartinus, 67

Peter, 67
Sharts, John, 246
Shaw, Joseph, Rev., 265

Joshua, 6o

Royal, 261

Samuel, 67

William, 144
Shay, Daniel, Capt., 462
Sheehan, William F. , 426
Sheldon, Gaylor, 3"0
Shepard, A. D., 372

Charles T. , 278

Sylvester B., 108
Shepardson, John, 74
Sheriffs, 145, 146
Sherman, S. H. & E. J., 480

Watts, 869, 875
Sherwood, John E., 382
Shiland, Andrew, Rev., 265
Shine, J. H., 448
Shoemaker, Angus McDuffie, 385, 361

James Duncan, 862
Shotvvell, John, 96
Shreve, Richmond, Rev., 343
Shrimpton, Thomas, 428
Shultes, Matthias, 502
Shutte, John, schoolmaster, 255
Sickles, A , 109

Hiram E., 165, 166. 385
Sidney, John Jost, 74
Sieze, Emanuel. Dr., 214
Sill, Francis N., 873

James M., 452

John, 371, 452
SiUiman, George D., Rev., 842

H. B., 458
Silvester, Peter, 68
Simmons, Daniel, 449, 452, 458, 506
Simpson, Mary A., 382
Sisson, Noel E. , 873
Siston, Michael, 145
SkiflF, Charles Herbert, Dr., 215
Skinner. C. R., Capt, 88

E. W. , 242
Slaughter of the Brice and 1 )eitz fam-
ilies in Berne, during the Revolution,
500, 501



Sleicher, John A., 238
Slingerland, Abraham, 65

Albert I. , 493

Cornelius H., 361, 493

Tennis, 393 546

William H., 281, 492
Slingerlands, 492
Smallie, G. B., 109
Smart, William S., Rev.. 355
Smith, Charles, Father, 851

Charles E., 165,288, 266

CorneHus, 378

E. Willard, 109

Henry. 144

Horace E., 165, 166

Lsrael. 96. 365

John, Rev., 346

M. J., 245

P. J., Father, 354

Sebastian, 463

Theodore D. , 373

William S., 453. 454
Smithwick. John. Dr., 220
Smyth, John F., 273

Charles P. , 278
Snider. Lodowick, 67
Sniper. GustavusC, 363
Snively, Thaddeus A., Rev., 342

WilHam A., Rev., 341. 342
Snow. Horatio N.. 375

Norman L.. Dr.. 178
Soil (if Albany county, 4
Sons of the Revolution, Pliilip Liv

Chapter of the, 356-862
South Berne, 509

Bethlehem, 492

Westerlo, 532
South wick, Arthur C, 278

Solomon, 145, 242-245, 273, 3«
Speer, William McMurtie, 236
Spence, John, 454
Spencer, Ambrose. 140, 325

jr., Ambrose, 88

Asa H., 96

John, 96, 374





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Staats, Henry, 65, 70

Joachim, 386

Nicholas, 66

Philip, 66
Stackhouse, George W., 108
Stafford, Spencer, 366
Stage lines, 91
Staley, Bowen, 335
Stanton, Charles H., 378

Ceorge W., 368, 370

Reuben, Rev., 531

William, 453
Stanwix, George, 390
Starkey, T. A., Rev.. 343
State Capitol, the, 368-371

Hall, the, at Albany, 371

House, at Albany, 371
Steamboat, advent of the, 91, 92;

310
Stearns, Eben S. , 'Hid

P'rederic P. , 386

John, Dr., 173
Stedman, Francis W., 361
Steele, Oliver, 300, 370

George B., 378
Stecnburgh, John, 403
Stephens, Peter A., 335
Stephenson, James, 145

John, 364
Stetson, William N., 363
Stevens, Albert P., 375

George T., Dr., 179

Samuel, Gen., 100; sketch of,
300, 370
Stevenson, James, 333. 382
Stewart, Gilbert, 365
Stone, Alfred, 339

C. G., 347

John Augustus, 94

William L., 342
Stool, Andries, 67
Story Brothers, 378
Strain, Ale.xander, 363
Street, Alfred 1'... 251
Strevell, William 1)., 145
Stringer, Samuel, Dr.
Strong, Alonzo P., 160

Henry A., 438

Richard M., 106, 107

William N,. 371
Strough. Francis A., Rev.,
Strvker, Stephen W., 107
Stutz, G. Fr., Rev.. 338
Stuyvesant, Peter, 18. 19, :

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contest between, 28-39
Sullivan, (Jen. John, expedition of,
against the Indians, 78



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Sullivan, .Richard Bennett, Dr., 325

& Ehler, 377
Sunday Regulator, Cohoes, 455
Surrogates, 141, 143
Sutherland, Thomas S., 433
Suydam, Ferdinand D., 430
Swart, Gerret, 39, 145, 355
Sweet, Elias, 481

Elnathan, 386

Silas, 463
Swift, James, 104
Swinburne, John, Dr., 182, 183, 319, 378,

334
Swinton, Isaac, 286
Swits, Cornelius, 68



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