N :: New York (State). Comptroller's Office :: New York in the Revolution as colony and state; these records were discovered, arranged, and classified in 1895, 1897, and 1898, by James A. Roberts, Comptroller : download ebook or read online
Author: New York (State). Comptroller's Office
Title: New York in the Revolution as colony and state; these records were discovered, arranged, and classified in 1895, 1897, and 1898, by James A. Roberts, Comptroller
Publisher: Albany, N.Y. : Press of Brandow Printing Co.
Subject (keywords, tags): United States -- History Revolution, 1775-1783 Regimental histories New York; New York (State) -- Mi
Contributor: New York Public Library
Size: 599 kb
This ebook is usually downloaded with: Encyclopedia of Pennsylvania biography (Volume v.4)by John W. (John Woolf) JordanThe farmers' school bookby John Orville TaylorProminent families of New York; being an account in biographical form of individuals and families distinguished as representatives of the social, professional and civic life of New York cityby Lyman Horace WeeksHistory of Cottonwood and Watonwan counties, Minnesota: their ..., Volume 1by John A. BrownCentennial address relating to the early history of Schenectady (Volume 1)by John SandersThe history of the Treman, Tremaine, Truman family in America; (Volume 4)by Ebenezer Mack TremanThe New York genealogical and biographical record (Volume V)by New York Genealogical and Biographical SocietyA genealogical history of the Felton family; descendants of Lieutenant Nathaniel Felton, who came to Salem, Mass., in 1633; with few supplements and appendices of the names of some of the ancestors of the families that have intermarried with them. An index alphabetically arranged, of the Felton famiby Cyrus FeltonGenealogical and family history of southern New York and the Hudson River Valley : a record of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the building of a nationby Cuyler ReynoldsThe Johnson family : a brief account of some of the descendants of Wm. Johnson, who settled in Charlestown in 1634, and of his son, Jonathan Johnson, who settled in Marlborough, Mass., as early as 1662, including about all the Johnsons that have resided at Southboroughby Cyrus Felton