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Contents List

   Container / Location    Title
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Notebook 1 - Stubbs, Ammerman. Add. Farnham, Star, Cox, Faulkner and Bush. Laurence Ammerman m. Joanna Farnham, lived in Newfield, d. Jan. 2, 1835
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Notebook 2 - Labar, Teeter, Stubbs, Twist, Towne, Long, McWilliams; Weaver (Weber) Family incl. Overbeck, Butz, and Raup Families; "Teeter Family History," 11p. (including 3 pp. key) presumably by Grace Stubbs Rice
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Notebook 3 - (actually all lose folders except for small black notebook); Barr, Beidleman, Carr, Ellis, Stubbs, Trench, Shurger, Sidney, Faulkner, Farnham, Diltz, Conrad, House, Collins
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Correspondence with Dr. James Goodwin re Teeter related to McCurdy, Goodwin, Moore families, 63 tss. pp. (Teeters mentioned on 41 pp. - good concise 7 pp. Teeter Family History); "Teeter Family History," 11p. (including 3 pp. key) presumably by Grace Stubbs Rice
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Notebook 5 - Betsinger, Forbes
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Notebook 6 - Betsinger
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Notebook 7 - Betsinger, Crim
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Notebook 8 - Le Barre, Bloom, Teeter, LaBarre, Long
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Notebook 9 - Wilkins, McWilliams, Comfort
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Notebook 10 - Ammerman, Bauer, Beidleman, Betsinger, Bloom, Conrad, Farnham, Forbes
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Notebook 21 - Evangelical United Congregation, Milton and Scipio, Lansing Township, Tompkins County: Communications, 1803; Pastors, 1800-1810; Births and Baptisms; Marriages
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Notebook 21 - Records of First Presbyterian Church, Ludlowville, Tompkins County: Membership, Baptisms, Deaths
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Notebook 21 - Records of First German and English Congregation, Knolton, Warren Co. N.J.: Baptisms, Marriages (very few), Names and some of those listed under Notebook 2
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Notebook 11 - Teeter
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Notebook 12 - Labar
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Notebook 13 - Teeter, Bower, Beidleman
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Notebook 14 - Bloom, Wells, Twist
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Notebook 15 - Snyder
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Notebook 16 - Bloom, Teeter, Labar
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Notebook 17 - Jennings
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Notebook 18 - Cemeteries (Copies of tombstones, many of the families listed on catalogue cards)
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Notebook 19 - Labar
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Notebook 20 - Notes (mainly from History of Dryden)
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Notebook 25 - Miscellaneous Correspondence
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Notebook 22 - Bibles (labelled)
  1. Dempster records, ca. 1778-1803
  2. Teeter records, ca. 1782-1898
  3. Simons records, ca. 1791-1882
  4. Bauer records, ca. 1765-1897
  5. Forbes records, ca. 1802-1919
  6. Starr records, ca. 1788-1909
  7. Ephraim-Bloom records, ca. 1740-1837
  8. Brown records, ca. 1848-1931
  9. Hamilton Church records, ca, 1766-1869


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Notebook 22 - Roster of New Jersey Troops in Sullivan's Expedition, 1779: First New Jersey Regiment, Second New Jersey Regimen, Third New Jersey Regiment
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Notebook 22 - Spencer's Regiment - Colonel's Co.; Major's Co.; 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th Cos.
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Notebook 23 - Church Records: Rhinebeck Luthern Church, Goshenhopper Reformed Church, Wells family (fragments); also, typescript of Labar, Bloom, and Teeter records, found in Church Book of the Evangelical United Congregations in Milton and Scipio, Tompkins County, New York, commencing in 1803, 5 pp.
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Notebook 26 - Bauer, Teeter; Correspondence concerning various families
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Notebook 27- Ithaca Journal clippings concerning Robert McDowell (First settler and Proprietor of Ithaca); Ithaca and environs; Betsinger; Labar; Forbes; Church record of the Evangelical-Lutheran and Reformed Congregation of Mt. Bethel Township, Northampton Co., Pa. (Baptisms)
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Box labeled Notebook 28, but it is actually all loose folders: Symans, Yauger, Teeter, Betsinger; "Teeter Family History," by Col. Henry Dudley Teeter and Harold Clarence Teeter, 25 pp.; also, correspondence of Mrs. Rice
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Various books
  1. The Book of Names: Relating to the Early Palatines and first settlers in the Mohawk Valley, by L.D. MacWethy. Published 1933
  2. Census of Montgomery Co.
  3. Bible with Stubbs family information on flyleaf
  4. Account Book (general stores); Very scattered dates, ca. 1815-1850