Volume 6: Bible, cemetery and church records, 1746-1927

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1985
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.


Microfilm of typescript, made in 1928-1929, at the Utica Public Library, Utica, New York.

Contains register of Christ Episcopal Church, Marlborough, 1837-1875; register of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, New Hartford, 1825-1859; records of First Universalist Church, Clinton, Kirkland, 1860-1896; records of the Lutheran Section, Dutch Reformed Church, Colombia, 1802-1804; register of First Presbyterian Church, Marlborough, 1810- 1920; Herkimer Co. cemeteries, 1796-1928; Madison Co. cemeteries, 1794-1913; St. Johnsville Thumb Family Cemetery, 1814-1853; Oneida Co. cemeteries, 1810-1924; Williamstown Cemetery, 1822-1903; Seneca Co. cemeteries, 1811-1905; Christ Episcopal Church Cemetery, Marlborough, 1826-1927; Sarah Sears Deering will, New Haven, Ct., 1847; births, 1746-1810, undated marriages, Guilford, Ct.; Seneca Co. marriages, 1841-1855; Camp Manchester, Niagara Falls, general orders, 1812; Infantry roll, 102nd regiment, 38th brigade, 1824; Washington Twp. poll list, 1806; Veterans of Various Wars, Revolutionary War veterans in Westchester Co. cemeteries; Isaac Hamilton military documents, 1824; Sarah Freeman receipt; Phineas Fairbanks confiscation documents; Isaac Hamilton marriage, 1834; Persis Locke obituary, 1840; Oneida Co. affidavits, 1899-1923: Ellen Bryden, Horace Shephard, Patrick Galagan, Stephen Brewster, Magdalena Kohler, Charles H. Green.


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