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Indenture, From William Bradshaw to George Duncan, Albany County, Dec. 17, 1778.
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Indenture, From John Johnston to George Duncan and John Moor, Albany County, Feb. 11, 1784.
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Deed, From William Edgar to James Irvine, Albany County, Dec. 15, 1786.
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Indenture, From Alexander Golden to James Irvine and James Blake, Albany County, Feb. 15, 1794.
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Indenture, From James Thompson to William Mushet, Washington County, Sept. 7, 1794.
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Indenture, From Jonathan French to Alexander Lourey, Washington County, Sept. 15, 1796.
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Indenture, From James Blake to James Irvine, Washington County, Apr. 15, 1797.
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Indenture, From James Black and James Irvine to H.N. Colden, Washington County, Aug. 28, 1798.
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Indenture, From William Edgar and Ann, his wife, to James Irvine, Washington County, 1799
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Indenture, From William Mushet and Mary, his wife, to Alexander Lourie, Washington County, Nov. 2, 1799.
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Indenture, From James Irvine to Robert Irvine, Washington County, Sept. 16, 1800.
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Bond, from James Irvine to William McAuley, Washington County, Sept. 16, 1800.
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Bond for a Deed, From Iudah Weeks to James Devanny, Bennington County and Washington County, Nov. 21, 1801.
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Indenture, From James Irvine and Mary, his wife, to William McAuley, Washington County, May 4, 1804.
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Indenture, From Cadwallader Colden to James Irvine, Rennselaer County, and Washington County, Jan. 31, 1804.
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Indenture, From C.R. Colden to James Irvine and Benjamin Fuitin, Washington County, July 9, 1807.
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Agreement, Between John Miller and Mumphard Kinyon and Israel Whipple, Washington County, May 31, 1809.
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Bond, From James Irvine and George Miller to John Robinson, Washington County, Feb. 13, 1811.
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Agreement, Between John Welsh and George Lourie, Washington County, Feb. 7, 1812.
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Agreement, Between Samuel McDonal and George Lourie and Henry McAuley, Washington County, Apr. 3, 1813.
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Long Bill of Goods, From George Lourie to William Stevenson and Company, 1813.
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Agreement, Between John Mushet and George Lourie, Washington County, Jan. 6, 1812.
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Indenture, From George Lourie to Alexander Lourie, Washington County, Feb. 22, 1812.
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Indenture, From Alexander Lourie to George Lourie, Washington County, Feb. 22, 1812.
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Indenture, From James Irvine to George Lourie, Washington County, Mar. 11, 1816.
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Indenture, From Reuben J. Blanchard to George Lourie, Washington County, Nov. 15, 1819.
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Oath before the justice of the peace, James Irvine by Chancy Scovil in favor of William Stevenson for one hundred dollars and ninety-four cents, Washington County, Apr. 30, 1819.
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Indenture, From Robert McAuley, Washington County, to Patty Lee, Saratoga County, Dec. 29, 1820.
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Inventory of the goods, chattles, and credits of James Irvine, deceased, Washington County, Dec. 14, 1820.
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Bill of Sale, From Samuel McDonal to George Lourie and James Hay, Washington County, Dec. 6, 1821.
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Agreement, Between Mary Irvine, Jackson and Robert Pearson, Whitecreek, Mar. 14, 1823.
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Letter, From Margaret (Lourie) Armstrong, Lisbon to Mr. Alexander Lourie on the possibilities of acquiring fifty acres of land and church affairs, June 11, 1827.
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Letter, From John Robertson to George Lourie, Jackson, concerning a mortgage, Feb. 5, 1830.
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Statement or Certificate by Charles F. Ingles that Mr. McDonal would pay the one dollar fee for David Johnson in the suit David Johnson vs. Henry McAuley, Mar. 10, 1839.
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Bond, From Samuel McDonal to George Lourie and A.B. McDonal, Washington County, Apr. 1, 1837.
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Application for Fire Insurance, George Lourie, Washington County, 1837.
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Fire Insurance Policy for fifteen hundred and two dollars, George Lourie, Washington County, May 17, 1840.
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Declaration of Trust by George Lourie and James Hay, concerning a bond and mortgage made in their trust by Mary McDonal for her Children, Alexander and Peter McDonal, Washington County, Aug. 15, 1838.
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Road Warrant to George Lourie, overseer to take command the persons whose names are contained in a list, Washington County, District No. 19, Apr. 20, 1838.
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In Account with George; William S. Warner, merchant, Cambridge, Mar. 29, 1847.
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Certificate of life members in American Tract Society to George Lourie from Alexander Bullions Congugation, Cambridge, New York, Sept. 17, 1853.
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Fire Insurance Policy No. 646 for thirty-one hundred and thirty dollars to Thomas B. Lourie, Jackson, New York, Dec. 4, 1882.
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Indenture, From George Duncan to John Mushet and William Mushet, Albany County, Mar. 30, 1886.
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Agreement Between George Lourie and Joe P. Parly, Cambridge, no date.
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List of names, goods and prices, no date.
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Law dealing with marrying members of the Church, no date.
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"Morgan's Men" - Release, Oct. 6. From the October issue of the Recorder: Bulletin of the American Irish Historical Society. This article is topical in relation to the ceremonies connected with the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Saratoga, at the Battlefield, Saturday, Oct. 8, 1927 - Morgan's Riflemen at the Battle of Saratoga, by Michael J. O'Brian, Histographer, American Irish Historical Society.
 
Lists taken from "The Old Town" book, 1773-1816.
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Slave Owners in Town of Cambridge.
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School districts, Cambridge town.
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Goods sold at Anson Ingrahams Store, Center Cambridge - 1830-1840.
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Firemen (five wardens) from the old Cambridge book 1st meeting of Cambridge District.
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Town Meetings of Cambridge "District," Albany County, Province of New York.
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Town Meetings of Cambridge "Township," Washington County, State of New York and place and date where held.
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Commissioners of Roads, Cambridge - From the old Cambridge book - 1781 to 1816 - dates are when certain members laid out specified Roads.
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Cambridge - Roads.
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White Creek - Center White Creek, or "Waite's Corners."
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Rev. J.R. Fisher - historical address (data by Mr. Albert Whiteside), Sept. 12, 1900 Centennial of Whiteside.
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Letters (typewritten). Dec. 19, 1861 to May 3, 1864 . 139 items. From John S. Crocker, Col. 93rd N.Y. Vols., Brig. General, Major General U.S., to his wife. Civil War.
   
3 Scrap Books - General John S. Crocker, Warden, United States Jail, Washington, D.C., 1882 to 1889.
   
George Lourie's Account Book, Cambridge, Oct. 3, 1810.