Sunday, January 30, 2011

Time to Organize

As I organize my files, I thought it might be good to log the results.

Henry Rarick - Revolutionary War records - Pennsylvania archives. The monies paid to, or by Lieutenants in the Pennsylvania Militia. Henry is listed as Lt in Capt Andrew Campbell's company.

Henry Rarick. From Cayuga County historian. 3 land records, a map, his will, the 1810 census and a list of his belongings at his death. JACKPOT!

Henry Rearick (his son) 1850 industrial census for Alden New York. Notes that Henry had a grist mill and the products produced.

David Seeber - his will from Joiner History Room of the Sycamore Public Library (Illinois)

David Seeber (father) and Lorenzo Seeber (son) - a copy of the 1865 Illinois census.

Lorenzo Seeber - a copy of the 1880 Agricultural Census listing his agricultural holdings.

A compilations of Wilber Seebers adventures in Grant County, including emails from the really nice woman who called it to my attention.

That's it for now!





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1 comment:

  1. This would be a good 'sorting saturday' post. I find keeping a spreadsheet helps also with the organizing.
    Regards,
    Theresa (Tangled Trees)

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