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Genealogies of Long Island Families From The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record. Selected and Introduced by Henry B. Hoff. (2 Volumes)
by:Henry B. Hoff
Lying east of New York City, Long Island stretches 120 miles out into the Atlantic. The eastern two-thirds of the island, present-day Suffolk County, was settled in the mid-17th century by colonists from New England, while Kings County to the west was settled by the Dutch. In between, Queens County has both Dutch and New England settlements. By 1725 ...
Lying east of New York City, Long Island stretches 120 miles out into the Atlantic. The eastern two-thirds of the island, present-day Suffolk County, was settled in the mid-17th century by colonists from New England, while Kings County to the west was settled by the Dutch. In between, Queens County has both Dutch and New England settlements. By 1725 Long Island contained roughly 38% of the total population of New York. This suggests that if a line can be traced that far back in New York, there is an excellent chance of discovering Long Island ancestry. Since it began in 1870, The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record has been the leader in publishing articles on Long Island families, many of them spread out over several issues. The work of such well-known genealogists as Donald Lines Jacobus, Arthur Adams, Herbert F. Seversmith, and George McCracken, as well as the contributions of many other writers on Long Island genealogy, is well represented, and frequently the English or Dutch origins of families are established. So, reprinting these articles in their entirety makes available a mass of information on Long Island families that has previously been difficult to locate. With additions and corrections from the Record properly appended, this compilation becomes the single greatest repository of Long Island genealogies in existence! (For a complete list of the contents write the Publisher.)
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