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Subject: [NYNEWYOR] CERTS: Lost & Found---All boroughs
Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2011 13:31:24 -0500 (EST)
Hii Jeanne, and All collecting dusty certificates, not your family's.
Whenever you have any vital certificate that does not belong to your
please take a moment to type up details, and send it on to Nancy Lutz, list
administraor for the Brooklyn List:
If this list had a motto, it would be: "Brooklyn and much, much more."
NY- BROOKLYN HOMEPAGE: http://www.bklyn-genealogy-info.com/
scan down and you''ll find PAPER TRAILS Info Page . This is like the lost
and found of NYC certificates that you receive, but are not your family. It's
also a great FREE place to search for your family!
FORMAT (At NYC Muni Archives, this is the order for their Search Forms)
[No fancy sentences needed; just cut, paste, complete belo. Send to Nancy.]
Type of Certificate:
Details: includie addresses, witnesses, cemeteries, etc
By sharing, we save.
Metro NYC Researcher
> Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2011 14:55:30 -0500
> From: "Jeanne Reilly" <>
> Subject: [IRISH-NYC] STEPHENSON
> To: "List Irish New York" <>
> I have a death certificate for an Ellen Stephenson who turns out is not
> one of my Stephensons. She was born in Ireland, lived in the US and NY for
> 20 years and the time of her death at age 45 on March 15, 1873 she was
> living at 159 Perry Street, 9th Ward in NYC and was a widow. She was buried in
> Calvary Cemetery on March 17, 1873. If anyone is researching her
> Stephenson family, I would be glad to send them the death certificate.
> Winnabow, North Carolina