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Tanner, Nathan: A page from his Landlord's Rent Ledger
Tanner, Nathan: A page from his Landlord's Rent Ledger
A page of the Rensselaerwyck Rent Ledger dealing with Nathan Tanner's farm in Petersburgh, Rensselaer, New York. This appears to be a continuation page, as it deals with payments from Dec 1798 through 1808, and it refers to a lease dated 1 Apr 1793. This lease appears to be lost, but the rent (8 bushels of wheat) is the same as that in Nathan's lease dated 1788. Nathan leased Rensselaerwyck land starting in 1779. (Source: New York State Library, East Manor Rent Ledger, Rensselaerwyck Manor Records, MA/FM,974.74,V36,1799-1820., Ledger A, p. 406, microfilm reel 1.) 
 
402
Tanner, Phebe Phi Delia Cates
Tanner, Phebe Phi Delia Cates
Wife of James W. Tanner 
 
403
Tanner, Susanna Lloyd
Tanner, Susanna Lloyd
Status: Located; Inscription read:
Susanna Lloyd / wife of / Nathan Tanner / died / June 13, 1851 /aged /72 years 7 mos & 20 / days

The stone was tilted forward.
 
 
404
Tanner, Theodia Hooper Keene
Tanner, Theodia Hooper Keene
Status: Located; The gravestone was lying on its back, broken and partially buried. The inscription read Theodia wife of E.J.Keene died Oct[?] 29, 1882 Aged [Remainder of inscription missing or buried]. 
 
405
The Finnish Settlement in the Eagle River Area <br />
By Elsa Ahola Bloom
The Finnish Settlement in the Eagle River Area
By Elsa Ahola Bloom

A memoir and history recalling childhood events, Finnish life and Finnish Institutions in the Eagle River, Wisconsin area.
(10 page pdf, 1.6MB) 
 
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The second of two leases signed by Thomas Baley 9 Aug 1773 for farmland at Little Hoosick [now Petersburgh] in the East Manor of Rensselaerwyck.
The second of two leases signed by Thomas Baley 9 Aug 1773 for farmland at Little Hoosick [now Petersburgh] in the East Manor of Rensselaerwyck.
 
 
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The Simmons Family of Westfield Township, Medina  Co.,Ohio by Ruth Simmons Stebbins
The Simmons Family of Westfield Township, Medina Co.,Ohio by Ruth Simmons Stebbins
Part 1 outlines the relocation of several Simmons family members to Ohio and their lives there. It also includes some information on the founding of the Ohio Farmers Insurance Co., in which members of the Simmons family played roles. Part 2 was originally a separate document, but it is appended here because it provides more information on the extended Simmons family in addition to details on Erastus Simmons descendants and family life.

Ruth Stebbins sent part 1 to her cousin, Lottie Tanner Martin and Patricia Vanhoose donated part 2 to the Medina County Public Library.

Download a PDF (50 KB) of this history.
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Tomhannock Methodist Church Cemetery
Tomhannock Methodist Church Cemetery
 
 
409
Transcript of Jedidiah Osborne's Will
Transcript of Jedidiah Osborne's Will
Summary:
Jedidiah mentioned only three of his children by name in his will.
Jacob and Isaac would each inherit one-half of his windmill and lands. If either Jacob or Isaac died without a male heir John would inherit that person's share except a third for the widow as long as she remained a widow.
Each of the unnamed children were left 10 shillings and an equal share of the moveable estate.
Isaac was away when the will was drawn as Jedidiah provided that "my son Jacob shall improve all my lands after my decease until my son Isaac shall return home"
Executors: Jedidiah's sons Jacob and Isaac.
Witnessed by Sarah Osborne (Jedidiah's sister?), Loraney Thompson and Elias Matthews.
Will proved on 18 Apr 1786 and approved on 9 May 1786. 
 
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Transcript of Josiah Orsborn's (Osborn) Will
Transcript of Josiah Orsborn's (Osborn) Will
Summary:
Josiah's family name first given as Orsborn in will but signed Josiah Osborne. Name also written Osborn in will.
Josiah bequeathed to:
his wife (unnamed) room in his house for life, his red cow and best bed and furniture;
his son Jedidah Orborn all his right in the wind mill;
his daughter Sarah Osborn 2 acres of land in his home lot;
his son Jonathan ten pounds York money and his best loom and all his loom tackling;
his daughter Zariah five pounds York money.
No other persons mentioned.
Executors: Daniel Leak and James Hand Junr.
Witnessed by John Hand Junr., George Strong, and Job Pierson
Will proved 10 Dec 1754 and approved 19 Feb 1755.  
 
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Transcript of the Will of Catherine Labagh Knapp
Transcript of the Will of Catherine Labagh Knapp
The will bequeaths the residual of Catherine's estate after all other directives and bequests have been fulfilled to the brothers and sisters of Catherine's late husband Benjamin S. Knapp, namely, David, Samuel and Solomon Knapp and Susan the wife of Francis Gurnee and Rachel the wife of Jacob Persells. 
 
412
Trask, Byron
Trask, Byron
 
 
413
Trask, George
Trask, George
 
 
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Wenzel, Carrie Nellis and Edd -- gravestone
Wenzel, Carrie Nellis and Edd -- gravestone
Status: Located;  
 
415
White, Laura A (Abby) Chamberlain
White, Laura A (Abby) Chamberlain
Abby Chamberlain White was written on the back of the photo. Born Laura Beach, she later used Chamberlain, her step-father's surname. 
 
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White, Robert J. T.
White, Robert J. T.
 
 
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Wilcox, Norris Case -- family monument
Wilcox, Norris Case -- family monument
 
 
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Wilcox, Norris Case, Inscription
Wilcox, Norris Case, Inscription
 
 
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Will of David Knapp of Mayfield, New York (pdf)
Will of David Knapp of Mayfield, New York (pdf)
Will made 15 Sep 1834.
Legatees: David's wife Abiah and his children Hannah, wife of Barent Dennie; Orenda, wife of David Fonda; Catherine wife of Michael Dennie; Helen, wife of Samuel Fairbanks, Sally, wife of Robert Wilkins, Rachel, unmarried; Samuel and Solomon I.
Witnesses: E.C. McConnell and Wm. McConnell.
Entered into probate 29 October 1842. Proved 6 Feb 1843. 
 
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Wilson Family Monument
Wilson Family Monument
 
 
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Wilson, Anna Otterness
Wilson, Anna Otterness
Status: Located; Headstone 
 
422
Wilson, Bernhard Marion
Wilson, Bernhard Marion
Status: Located; Headstone 
 
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Wilson, Edgar O.
Wilson, Edgar O.
 
 
424
Wilson, Edgar O.
Wilson, Edgar O.
Nellie Ottman Wislon wrote on the back: "Edgar Osiander Wilson - Suit was made by his mother" 
 
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Wilson, Edgar O., Jr.
Wilson, Edgar O., Jr.
Status: Located; Headstone 
 
426
Wilson, Edgar O., Sr.
Wilson, Edgar O., Sr.
Status: Located; Headstone 
 
427
Wilson, Helen A.
Wilson, Helen A.
 
 
428
Wilson, Helen Annette
Wilson, Helen Annette
Status: Located; Headstone 
 
429
Wilson, Laura Charlotte
Wilson, Laura Charlotte
Status: Located; Headstone 
 
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Wilson, Martha Christine
Wilson, Martha Christine
Status: Located; Headstone 
 
431
Wilson, Martha L. and Mae J.
Wilson, Martha L. and Mae J.
Status: Located; Headstone 
 
432
Wilson, Nellie Ottman
Wilson, Nellie Ottman
Status: Located; Headstone 
 
433
Wilson, Nellie Ottman and daughter Helen
Wilson, Nellie Ottman and daughter Helen
 
 
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Wilson, Ole and Matilda Tollefson Wilson
Wilson, Ole and Matilda Tollefson Wilson
Status: Located; Headstone 
 
435
Wilson, Ruth at 1 year old held by Ida Lund
Wilson, Ruth at 1 year old held by Ida Lund
 
 
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Wilson, Ruth E.
Wilson, Ruth E.
In college.  
 
437
Wilson, Viktor O.
Wilson, Viktor O.
Status: Located; Headstone 
 
438
Wilson,Edward
Wilson,Edward
Status: Located; Headstone 
 
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Wuollett, Howard L. and Gertrude Bloom
Wuollett, Howard L. and Gertrude Bloom
Status: Located; Gravestone.  
 

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