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Local history Onderdonk, Henry, jr, comp. Annals of Hempstead, 1643-1832; Jamaica

also, the rise and growth of the society of friends on Long Island and in New York, 1657-1826. 107p.

Hempstead 1878.

974.724 H37 Anuals before the revolution, p.15–79 ; quakers at Hempstead, p.5–14; friends on Long Island and in New York, p.93–101.

Antiquities of the parish church, Hempstead, including Oyster Bay and the churches of Suffolk county illustrated from letters of the missionaries and other authentic documents. 63p. Hempstead 1880.

N. Y. pub. lib. An historical sketch of ancient agriculture, stockraising and manufactures in Hempstead, county of Queens. p.43-63 Jamaica 1867.

L. I. hist. soc. Westbury monthly meeting. (see American historical record, July-Aug. 1872, 1:289-93, 360–64)

973 (Am3 Westbury, Friends society. Record of births. (see New York

genealogical and biographical record. Oct. 1885, 16:171-75, July 1886, 17:218-22)

929.1 N421 Woodbridge, Sylvester, jr. Historical discourse delivered Nov.

29, 1840 at the dedication of Christ's ist church chapel in Raynor
South, Hempstead, L. I.

21p.
N. Y. 1840.

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Jamaica
Betts, B. R. Inscriptions from tombstones in the parish churchyard

at Jamaica, L. I. (see New York genealogical and biographical
record, Jan. 1876, 7:18)

929.1 N421 1738-1831. Field, T: W. Two British occupations of the presbyterian church of

Jamaica; by Lord Cornbury and General Howe. (see his Historic and antiquarian scenes in Brooklyn and its vicinity. 1868 p.9-16)

974.723 4F45. Garretson, G. J. A discourse delivered in the reformed Dutch

church, Jamaica, N. Y. Feb. 15 and repeated in Newtown, Feb. 20,
1842, at the quadragenian anniversary of the ministry of the Rev.
Jacob Schoonmaker.
29P. Flushing 1842.

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McDonald, J. M. Sketch of the history of the presbyterian church in
Jamaica, L. I.

138p.
N. Y. 1847

285.1747 221

Newtown

1880.

McDonald, J. M. Two centuries in the history of the presbyterian Local history

church, Jamaica, L. I. the oldest existing church of the presbyterian
name in America.
329p. N. Y. 1862.

285.1747 J22 Onderdonk, Henry, jr. Antiquities of the parish church of Jamaica,

including Newtown and Flushing, illustrated from letters of the mis-
sionaries and other authentic documents, with a continuation of the
history of Grace church to the present time. 162p. Jamaica

283-747 J22
History of the First reformed Dutch church of Jamaica, L. I.
with an appendix by Rev. W: H. DeHart, the pastor. 207p.
Jamaica 1884.

285.7747 J22 Poyer, Thomas. Register book for the parish of Jamaica, kept by

Rev. Thomas Poyer, rector from 1710 to 1732. (see New York
genealogical and biographical record, Jan.-Ap. 1888, 19:5-12,
53-59)

929.1 QN421 Van Slyke, J. G. The reformed church of Jamaica, Long Island; an historical discourse delivered July 2, 1876. 43P

N. Y. 1876.

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Long Island City
Kelsey, J. S. History of Long Island city, N. Y. a record of its early

settlement and corporate progress. 202p. n. p. 1896. 974.721 (K29

Newtown

Kieft, Gov. Wilhelm. Patent of Mespath or Newton, L. I. (see

O’Callaghan, E. B. History of New Netherland. 1846-48.
1:425-26)

974.7 Ос Moore, C:B. Sketch of the life of Rev. John Moore of Newton, L. I.

(see New York genealogical and biographical record, Jan.-Ap.
1880, 11:5-12, 92-97)

929.1 N421 Riker, James. Annals of Newtown, in Queens county, N. Y.; con

taining its history from its first settlement with many facts concern-
ing the adjacent towns; also, a particular account of numerous
Long Island families.

437p.
N. Y. 1852.

974.724 N48 Waters, I: S. Extracts from records of the reformed church of New

town, L. I. translated from the Dutch language. (see Putnam's monthly historical magazine, 1893-94, ser. 2, 2:115-18)

929.1 qSa31 V.4

Oyster Bay Local history Clapham, G. M. Colonial neighbors. (see New England magazine, Oyster Bay Oct. 1893, ser. 3, 9:201-7)

051 B34 0.15 Rev. Benjamin Woolsey of Glen Clove L. I. Glen Clove. Address at the celebration of the second centennial anni.

versary of the settlement of that village by H: J. Scudder, May 25,

1868 ; with an appendix. 1959. Glen Clove 1868. 974.724 G48 Onderdonk, Henry, jr. Friends meeting house. (see American historical record)

973 qAm3 Bethpage, Feb. 1873, 2:73-76 Matinecock, June, 1872, 2: 257-61

Jericho, Nov. 1872, 1: 500–2 Oyster Bay, May, 1872, 1: 219-23
Wightman, C:S. History of the baptist church of Oyster Bay, L. I.
14p.
Oyster Bay 1873.

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Suffolk county
Bayles, R: M. Historical and descriptive sketches of Suffolk county,

and its towns, villages, hamlets, scenery, institutions and important
enterprises; with a historical outline of Long Island, from its first
settlement by Europeans. 424p. Port Jefferson 1874. 974.725 B34
Historical outline of Long Island, p. 1-91.

History of Suffolk county. (see History of Suffolk county, New York. 1882. p. 49-82)

974.725 qH62 Flint, M. B. The Connecticut towns. (see her Early Long Island, 1896. p. 244-60)

974.721 F64 Hedges, H: P. Development of agriculture in Suffolk county. (see Suffolk county.

Bicentennial; history of Suffolk county. 1885. P. 39-54)

974.725 Suz Herrick, S: E. Religious progress and Christian culture of Suffolk

county. (see Suffolk county. Bicentennial; history of Suffolk county. 1885. p. 29-38)

974.725 Suz History of Suffolk county, New York with illustrations, portraits and sketches of prominent families and individuals. v. p. N. Y. 1882.

974.725 qH62 List of freeholders in Suffolk county, 1737. (see N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of New York)

1849-51. 4: 200-4. 974.7 N424 1850-51, 4:132-34. 974.7 QN423

notes.

Moore, C: B. Inventories, Suffolk county, L. I. 1668-92. (see New Local history York genealogical and biographical record, July 1881, 12: 132–34)

929.1 N421 Nicoll, Henry. Early history of Suffolk county, L. I. a paper read

before the Long Island historical society Nov. 16, 1865. 18p. Brooklyn 1866.

N. Y. pub. lib. Papers relating to Suffolk county. (see N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of New York) 1849-51. 3:341-94.

974.7 N424

1850-51. 3: 207–38. 974.7 qN423 Pelletreau, W: S. Early Long Island wills of Suffolk county, 1691

1703; an unabridged copy of the manuscript volume known as
“ The Lester will book ;” being the record of the prerogative court
of the county of Suffolk, N. Y. with genealogical and historical
301p.
N. Y. 1897

929.3 Su21 Reeves, H: A. Commerce, navigation and fisheries of Suffolk county.

(see Suffolk county. Bicentennial; history of Suffolk county. 1885. P. 55-78)

974.725 Su2 Scudder, H: J. Formation of the civil government of Suffolk county. (see Suffolk county.

Bicentennial; bistory of Suffolk county. 1885. p. 19-28

974.725 Su2 Stiles, H: R. Notes on the graveyards of Long Island; tombstone

inscriptions from the churchyards of Southold, Sag Harbor and
Southampton. (see New York genealogical and biographical
record, Jan. 1871, 2:29-32)

929.1 N421 Suffolk county. Bicentennial: history of Suffolk county, comprising

the addresses delivered at the celebration of the bicentennial of
Suffolk county, N. Y. in Riverhead, Nov. 15, 1883. 125p. Babylon
1885

974.725

Su2
Whitaker, Epher. Growth of Suffolk county in population, wealth

and comfort. (see Suffolk county. Bicentennial; history of Suffolk
county. 1885. p. 9-18)

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Brookhaven
Bayles, R: M. Brookhaven. 1012. (in History of Suffolk county,
N. Y. 1882)

974.725 qH62 Brookhaven. Records up to 1800 as compiled by the town clerk. 219p. Patchogue 1880.

974.725 B79 Most important and valuable parts of the old records.

Local history Chichester, Daniel & others vs W. H. Smith & Peter Ruland. Easthampton

New York supreme court; case upon exceptions directed to be heard in the first instance at general term. 55p. n.p. 1856.

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Suit brought to try the title of the town of Brookhaven to the fisberies in
Great South bay. Question as to validity of letters patent granted by Gov.

Nicolls, Dongan and Fletcher and will of William Smith, dated 1704.
Petty, J. H. Abstracts of Brookhaven, L. I. wills on record in the

surrogate's office at New York. (see New York genealogical and
biographical record).

929.1 N421
Jan. 1880, 11 : 24-29 July 1883, 14: 140–42
Jan. 1881, 12:46-49 Ap. 1893, 24: 88-90
Oct. 12:198-99 July 24 : 142-44

Rev. James Lyons and his church at Setauket. (see New York genealogical and biographical record, Oct. 1888, 19:150–51)

929.1 9N421 Trial for witchcraft of Ralph Hall of Brookhaven and Mary, his wife, 1665. (see N. Y. (state) - State. Secretary of.

Documentary history of the state of New York)

1849-51. 4:133-36. 974.7 N424 1850-51. 4:85–86. 974.7 qN423

Easthampton

Including Gardiners Island
Beecher, Lyman. Sermon containing a general history of the town

of East-Hampton, L. I.; from its first settlement to the present
time, delivered at East-Hampton, Jan. I, 1806. 40p. Sag
Harbor 1806.

974.725 Ea7

24p.

Lyons Ia. 1886.

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Buell, Samuel. Faithful narrative of the remarkable revival of re

ligion in the congregation of Easthampton on Long Island in
1764.
N. Y. 1766.

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Faithful narrative of the remarkable revival of religion in the congregation of Easthampton on Long Island 1764; with some reflections ; to which are added sketches of the author's life 144p. Sag Harbor 1808.

269 B86.

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