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Enterprise and news : St. Johnsville, New York, 1918-1953

  • Watkins, Margilyn L. Fox
  • Mohawk Valley genealogy and history
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[194-]
20 v.

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To view a digital version of Vol. 1 pt. 3 of this item click here.

Also known as Mohawk Valley genealogy and history and St. Johnsville Enterprise and News.

Contains articles of genealogical and historical interest clipped from the newspaper between 1918 and 1953.

Includes indexes in some volumes.

Contents: [pt. 1.] (Oct. 1918-Dec. 1931) First settlers; Chats with descendants; family histories -- [pt. 2.] (Jan. 1931-Mar. 1932) Historic Stone Arabia; Schoharie County pension applications -- pt. 3, v. 1. (Aug. 1929-Apr. 1930) Wagner, Dillenbeck, Staring families -- pt. 3, v. 2. (Apr.-Dec. 1937) Family sketches; Questions and answers; Fort Klock papers, 1762-1845; New York loyalists -- -- pt. 4. (June 1943-Dec. 1943) Introduction to early history of St. Johnsville, New York; History of the town of Ohio, Herkimer County, New York; 1810 census of Montgomery County, New York; History of Schenectady Classis; Questions and answers; Family sketches -- pt. 5. (Nov. 1944-Sept. 1944) Genealogical sources in the Mohawk Valley; Early settlers of the town of Danube; First settlers of the valley; Gazetteer, business directory of Montgomery and Fulton County; Brief history of the town of Russia, Herkimer Co.; Family sketches -- pt. 6 (May 1944-Dec 1944) History of Schenectady Classis; Town of Schuyler, Herkimer County; Questions and answers; Family sketches -- pt. 7. (Jan. 1945-Jan. 1946) Genealogical Sources in Mohawk Valley; Town of Ohio, Family sketches -- pt. 8. (Jan. 1945-Mar. 1945) Gazetteer, business directory of Montgomery and Fulton counties; Ancestral trails along the Mohawk; First settlers in the valley; How counties

Contents: pt. 12. Questions and answers, 1946 -- pt. 13. Questions and answers, 1947 -- pt. 16. 1948-1949 -- pt. 18. v. 1. The Petries in America / compiled by Dr. and Mris Raymond C. Petrie -- pt. 18. v. 2. The Petries in America -- pt. 19. 1951.

Library has: pt. 1-2 (film only); pt. 3 v. 1-2; pt. 4-5; pt. 6 (film only); pt. 7-9; pt. 10 (film only); pt. 12; pt. 13 (film only); pt. 15-17 (film only); pt. 18 v. 1-2; pt. 19; pt. 20 (film only); Mohawk Valley genealogy and history v. 1-6 (film only); Clippings by Watkins (film only).

were formed; Fort Ehle; Genealogical World; Last soldier of the Revolution -- pt. 9. (Jan. 1945-Dec. 1945) Questions and answers -- pt. 10 (1946) Family sketches -- pt. 12. (Jan. 1946-Dec. 1946) Questions and answers -- pt. 13. (Jan. 1947-Dec. 1947) Questions and answers -- pt. 15. Yesterdays (Jan. 1948-Dec. 1949); Questions and answers (Jan 1948-Dec. 1949) -- pt. 16. (1948-1949) Family sketches; Fairfield, a bit of history; Fulton County, six principle Baptist church[es]; Mohawk Valley, History; Mohawk River, Palatines and their church in the Wilderness; Ononda County, soldiers' graves; Salisbury settlers of Curtis Corners, Town of Salisbury; Family sketches -- pt. 17. Yesterdays, (Jan. 1949-Dec. 1950); Questions and answers (1950) -- pt. 18. v. 1-2. (1948-1951) The Petries in America, compiled by Dr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Petrie -- pt. 20. Yesterdays; Questions and answers; Family sketches -- Genealogical sources in the Mohawk Valley, v. 1-5. (1942-1951); Questions and answers; Gazetteer, business directory of Montgomery and Fulton Co., 1869-1870; Petries in America; Family sketches -- v. 6. (1951-1953) Salisbury Center; Queries; Family sketches; Deserted village of Salisbury -- Clippings from the Enterprise and News, St. Johnsville, New York (1937-1938) / compiled by Margilyn L. Fox Watkins.

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