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Worthington, 16, 205
Wright, 31, 75, 77, 108.

199, 205, 2og
Wyckoff. 67
Wyman, 191
Wyngod, 55
Wynkoop, 3, 4. 5, 9, 10,

66, 84, 132, 159
Wynne, 192
Wys, II, 88
Wyt, 189

Yantcs, 52

Yard. 62

Yarley, 53

Yates, 23g, 2IO

Yay, 7, 9

Yeakel. 17

Youmans. 64

Young, 6, 22, 39, 75, 76

Yveren, 184

Zantvoort, 81
Zenger, 8, 14, 88, go
Zeno, 166



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Publication Committee :
Rev. BEVERLEY R. BETTS, Chairman. Dr. SAMUEL S. PURPLE.
Gen. JAS. GRANT WILSON. Mr. THOMAS G. EVANS.

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4126 JANUARY, 1891.-CONTENTS.

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AuGLSiiNE Herrman. With Portrait . .1

The De Witt Family of Ulster Couniy, Ne\v York. By Thomas G.
Evans. (Continued), ........... 3

The Dexter Family 6

Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in the City of New York.
Baptisms. (Continued), .......... 7

Pruyn Family. American Branch. By J. V. L. Pruyn. (Continued), . 15
Mahlon Dickerson of New Jersey. By Josiah C. Pumpelly. With
Portrait, . . .... , . . . . . . 21

The Family of Thompson, of the County of Suffolk, New York.
By Frederick Diodati-Thompson, . . . . . . . • . 33

A Buckeye Cane. By Daniel Webster, 51

Weddings at St. Mary, Whitechapel, London. (Continued), . . 52
Notes and Queries. The Cohimbus Statue — Centenarians, Ancient Chair,
Augustine Herrman — Hamilton's Home — Judge Paterson — Addresses, Van
Benschotea — Gen. Washington, ......... 56

Obituaries. Rufus H. King — John J. Latting — E. W. Sewell, . . .57
Book Notices. — Eliot's Indian Bible — Genealogia Bedfordiensis — Capt.
Francis Champernowne — Records Reformed Dutch Church — History Ameri-
can Episcopal Church — Richard Henry Dana — Register Church St. George
— Taunton Celebration — The Cosmopolitan — The Livingston Family —
Ramond Genealogy — The Dows Family — The Bartow Family, . . -59

Donations to the Library, 62

List of Members of the Society , . . 63



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Dr. SAMUEL S. PURPLE.
,- Mr. THOMAS C. EVANS.

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Dr. GEORGE H. BUTLER.
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Term Expires, 1892.

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Mr. Charles B. Moore.
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Committee on Bioi^raphieal Bibliography.



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1. Gen. Richard Montgomery. By J. M. Le Moine

2. Archibald Thomson and Jacoba Schuurman. By Richard Wynkoop.

3. Weddings at St. Mary, Whitechapel, London. (Continued).

4. The Grossman Family. By J. J. Latting and W. N. Howard.

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or expressed in articles under the names, or initials, of contributors.

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Gen. JAS. GRANT WILSON.

Dr. ELLSWORTH ELIOT.

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Mr. THOMAS C. EVANS.

Rev. ROSWELL RANDALL HOES.

Dr. GEORGE H. BUTLER.

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Genealogy, and Biography of America. It was commenced in 1847, and is the oldest
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containing at least 96 octavo pages, with a portrait on steel) by the New England
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