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From: "Leslie B. Potter" <>
Subject: Re: [NYALBANY] hazard wilcox
Date: Fri, 02 Nov 2007 20:23:22 -0700
As a general rule, deeds are recorded in the county courthouse in the
county in which the land is situate. From 1766 to 1786 Bennington was
deemed to be part of Albany County, New York. So I would be inclined to
suggest that you check for early Bennington deeds in the Albany County
Clerk's Office before looking in the Bennington County Courthouse.
KARL WEILER wrote:
>Thank you for your response. where would the land records be found for the Battle of Bennington?
> Karl Weiler
> He is mentioned in various histories of the Battle of Bennington. I
>think I remember that it was his house that the Tories fought from. I
>probably have something around here that mentions him. I'll get back
>On 11/2/07, KARL WEILER wrote:
>>Looking for information on Hazard Wilcox born around 1740.
>>I'm not sure if his father is stephen or edward.
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