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Miscellaneous records of Homer, New York, 1794-1860

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English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1941
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of various typescripts at the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, New York City.

Includes lists of pupils of school teacher Adin Webb when he taught in New London and Windham Counties, Connecticut.

Contains transcripts of records of the Baptist Church of Homer, 1800-1848; transcript of the records of the First Religious Society of the Town of Homer, 1799-1856; transcript of the records of the Congregational Church, Town of Homer, 1802-1836; transcript of records of Homer Town Meetings, 1794-1824; transcripts of school records with names of pupils in the towns of Homer and Scott; transcripts of vital records in the Cortland County Clerk's Office, 1849-1850; transcript of marriage records kept by John Keep, Justice of the Peace at Homer, 1798-1816; Justice of the Peace records kept in Homer, N.Y., 1797-1818; lists of pupils of Adin Webb when he taught at Homer, 1805-1822; transcripts of records copied from the 1850 and 1860 censuses of the Town of Homer; histories of the Town of Homer; lists of names of persons applying for pensions, receiving land, belonging to associations, etc.; lists of names of persons with letters remaining in the post office at Homer, 1825-1832; lists of names of persons taken from old account books, 1816-1826; transcript of records of the Cold Brook Class, Scott Charge, Methodist Episcopal Church with names of class members, 1851-1862; Hammon Family history.

The Baptist Church in Homer is now known as the Baptist Church of Cortland.

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