The Winterthur Library

 The Joseph Downs Collection of Manuscripts and Printed Ephemera

Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum

5105 Kennett Pike, Winterthur, DE  19735

302-888-4600 or 800-448-3883

 

 

OVERVIEW OF THE COLLECTION

 

Creator:         Dominy family                                                           

Title:               Papers

Dates:             1764-1941

Call No.:         Col. 265, Mic. 219, Mic. 245, Mic. 310, Mic. 3158-3165

Acc. No.:        59x9 and others [see detailed description]

Quantity:        5 boxes, 11 reels of microfilm

Location:        15 K 5 and map case 3, drawer 1

 

 

 

BIOGRAPHICAL STATEMENT

 

The Dominy family first settled in East Hampton, Long Island, New York, about twenty-one years after the town was founded in 1648.  The bulk of the material in this collection pertains to the craft activities -- particularly woodworking, metalworking, and clock and watch repairing-- of father, son, and grandson: Nathaniel IV (1737-1812), Nathaniel V (1770-1852), and Felix (1800-1868).  Additionally, Felix's son, Nathaniel VII (1827-1910), is represented in the material.

 

Nathaniel IV (July 25, 1737-1812) was the first member of the Dominy family to become engaged in woodworking and clockmaking.  He was the son of Nathaniel Dominy (1714-1778) and Elizabeth Eyres (1717-1781).  He was elected town supervisor in 1777 and served until 1779.  He also was an overseer of the poor.

 

Nathaniel IV's son continued his father's business.  Nathaniel V (January 16, 1770-May 29, 1852) also built Hook Mill, a grain windmill, in 1806.  As well, he owned a sawmill with Jonathan Osborn and Elisha and Timothy Miller.  Like his father, he served as an overseer of the poor.  In 1795, Nathaniel V married Temperance Miller (1774-1849).  Their children included John (born 1796), Nancy (1797-1886) and Felix (1800-1868).

 

Felix Dominy (February 12, 1800-1868) was a major in the New York State Militia and seems to have been very devoted to the military and politics.  He was elected town supervisor in 1834 and 1835.  By 1834, Felix had given up his craft activities and shortly thereafter moved to Fire Island, where he was appointed keeper of the lighthouse.  By 1847, he was running a hotel on Fire Island during the summer and living in Bay Shore, N.Y., during the winter.  Felix died on December 20, 1868, in Buffalo, New York, where he was staying with his daughter Mary D. Tyson.

 

Nathaniel Dominy VII (1827-1910) operated a jewelry store, repaired clocks and watches, took daguerreotypes, and acted as a general handyman.

 

 

SCOPE AND CONTENT

 

The collection consists of account books, letters, weather diaries, bills, receipts, notes, exercise books, and watchpapers relating to four generations of the Dominy family.  Of particular note are the account books which document the versatility and variety of craft activities performed by the Dominys, as well as the tools used in the shops.  Watch registers record original makers and numbers, owners, and types of repair.  Most of the letters are from customers about fixing watches. Bills are for watch parts and other supplies purchased by Felix Dominy.  A few pertain to household items. There are several receipts for the purchase of uniforms and other military items used by Felix.  Material relating to Nathaniel VII is more social in nature and includes a number of bills from Albert Berger & Co. for eyeglasses.  Also included are an invitation to a Washington Ball and ads for taking daguerreotypes. 

 

Some of the miscellaneous documents refer to the poor of East Hampton.  Other miscellaneous documents include directions for country dances, books containing math and surveying exercises, a ship’s log (very brief), poetry, a letter of recommendation from Abel Brewster for James Young, a list of students (school unknown), a copy of the book Mariner’s New Calendar, published 1761, early 19th century tax assessment lists for Easthampton (Dominys are listed), and other items.  An interesting letter from the artist Calvin Rae Smith refers to an old chair which is being repaired for him so he can use it in a painting.  Also of note are photos of Dominy family tombstones and microfilmed copies of books owned by the Dominys.

 

Charles Hummel, the author of With Hammer In Hand, which is about the Dominy family, is doing further research into the Dominy family and its furniture.  His notes and photographs of furniture form part of the collection.

 

Indexes to the various account books are found in the front of Box 1 and are appended to this finding aid.

           

 

ORGANIZATION

 

The collection is organized into six series:

I.                    Nathaniel Dominy IV,

II.                 Nathaniel Dominy V,

III.              Felix Dominy,

IV.              Nathaniel Dominy VII,

V.                Miscellaneous,

VI.              Watchpapers, and

VII.           Charles Hummel research notes on the Dominy family and furniture.

 

Items are arranged mostly chronologically within each series; photocopies of notes and receipts are usually at the end of a series.      

 

 

LANGUAGE OF MATERIALS

 

The materials are in English.

 

 

RESTRICTIONS ON ACCESS

 

Collection is open to the public.  Copyright restrictions may apply.

 

 

PROVENANCE

 

Purchases and gifts from various sources, chiefly from the Dominy family.

Accession 07x91 gift of Stephen Manheimer.

Accessions 09x144 and 11x79: gift of Glenn Purcell.

Accession 11x70: gift of Harold B. Dominy

Accession 15x69: gift of Charles Hummel.

Unnumbered photocopies received through Charles Hummel.  Mr. Hummel also produced some indexes which are in the collection.

 

 

ACCESS POINTS

 

            People:

                        Dominy, Nathaniel, 1737-1812.

                        Dominy, Nathaniel, 1770-1852.

                        Dominy, Felix, 1800-1866.

                        Dominy, Nathaniel, 1827-1910.

                        Dominy, John, 1796- 

                        Smith, Calvin Rae, 1850-1918.

                        Hummel, Charles F.   

 

Topics:

            Montauk Point Lighthouse.

           

Advertising – Photographers.

            Business records - New York (State) - East Hampton.

Carpentry.

            Cabinetwork.

            Dwellings - Designs and plans.

            Furniture industry and trade - New York (State) - East Hampton.

            Clock and watch making - New York (State) - East Hampton.

            Clocks and watches - Repairing.

            Copperwork.

Country-dance.

Daguerreotype – New YorkLong Island.

Eyeglasses - Prices.

Fishing nets.

Furniture - Prices.

            Furniture - Repairing.

            Furniture making.

            Furniture painting.

            Geometry - Problems, exercises, etc.

Gunsmithing.

Hardware.

Hotels - New York (State) - Fire Island.

Jewelry - Repairing.

Mathematics – Problems, exercises, etc.

Metal-work.

Military paraphernalia.

Mills and mill-work - New York (State) - East Hampton.

            Sawmills - New York (State) - East Hampton.

            Shingles.

            Surveying - Study and teaching.

Tax assessment - New York – 19th century.

Textile fabrics – Specimens.

Tools.

Wallpaper – Specimens.

Wheelwrights.

                       

Suffolk County - Politics and government.

            East Hampton (N.Y.) - Social life and customs.

            New York (State) - Militia.

           

Account books.

            Accounts.

            Architectural drawings.

            Bills of sale.

            Receipts.

            Letters.

            Clippings.

            Weather diaries.

            Purchase orders.

            Registers (lists).

            Watchpapers.

            Instructional materials.

            Carpenters.

            Cabinetmakers.

            Clockmakers.

            Furniture makers.

            Photographers.

            Watchmakers.            


 

 

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE COLLECTION

 

Location: 15 K 5 and map case 3, drawer 1

 

Note: all accession numbers begin with 59x9, unless otherwise indicated.

 

 

SERIES I: Nathaniel Dominy IV (1737-1812)

 

Box 1-A:

 

59x9a  Account book B, 1764-1813.  [disbound, laminated, in three folders]

            Contains accounts for clock making, cabinetmaking, carpentry, building and repairing mills, tool making, wood work, and metal work, as well as a watch repair register, giving the name of the owner, the name of the maker, and the number of the

                        watch.   Lists tools purchased.

            Also records agricultural activities on land adjacent to the Dominy house and shop.

            Name index in the front of the volume.  Typed indexes also available, one to names of customers and another to names of watchmakers; copies of these are appended to this finding aid.  As well, indexes to furniture forms and other wooden objects; to house and mill carpentry; to furniture repairs; to textiles, including spinning and weaving, and to furniture finishes [such as wax and varnish] mentioned in the account book are available at this repository.  [see below]

            Also on microfilm, M-245.

 

Ph 1040           Photocopies of pages from the account book of John Lyon Gardiner of Gardiner’s Island, New York, showing accounts with Nathaniel Dominy IV and V

                        [original book at East Hampton Free Library, Long Island Collection];

                        Also photo of a note written by John Lyon Gardiner in which he records that he wrote or sent “word to N. Domine,” Oct. 19, no year. [no accession number for this item]

 

[no acc. number]         photo of part of statement of Nathaniel Dominy IV (clockmaker) and Nathaniel Dominy V (carpenter), testifying to will of Abraham Mulford, written 1786, statement dated 1789

 

Box 1-B:

 

[no acc. number]         Charles Hummel’s handwritten notes about items (produce, meat, cloth, etc.) used to settle accounts; and his typed summary of these notes

 

 

Indexes prepared by Charles Hummel:

 

[no acc. number]         list of clocks repaired by Nathaniel Dominy IV, as found in acc. 59x9a]

 

[no acc. number]         sources used to identify watchmakers  [see index to watchmakers appended to this finding aid]

 

[no acc. number]         index to Furniture Forms (and other wooden objects) made by the Dominys, as listed in their account books, acc  59x6, acc. 59x9a, Ph 1040, and Mic. 310

 

[no acc. number]         index to Furniture Repairs made by Nathaniel Dominy IV and V, as listed in their account books, acc  59x6, acc. 59x9a, and Mic. 310

 

[no acc. number]         index to Furniture Finishes (such as wax, varnish, linseed oil) used by Nathaniel Dominy IV, as listed in his acocunt book, acc. 59x9a

 

[no acc. number]         index to House and Mill Carpentry undertaken by Nathaniel Dominy IV and V and their apprentices, as listed in their account books, acc  59x6, acc. 59x9a, and Mic. 310

 

[no acc. number]         index to Textiles, including spinning and weaving,  provided to Nathaniel Dominy IV, as listed in his acocunt book, acc. 59x9a

 

[no acc. number]         partial index to objects mentioned in account book [old list]

 

 

 

Box 2:

 

Folder 1: draft of house

 

.183     Plan and elevation drawn by Nathaniel IV, after 1790, possibly for Joseph Ellis' house, East Hampton, N.Y. [date based on paper]

 

 

Folder 2: accounts

 

.1         Accounts, 1796.

            Entries for mending and making furniture and tools.

            An index to these accounts is appended to this finding aid.

 

 

Folder 3: receipt

 

.2         Receipt for a clock sold to David Gardiner of Flushing, 1800.  The account was settled with cash, a clock face, and weights.

            [in two pieces, part mounted on paper]

            [The clock is in the Winterthur Museum, 1957.0034.001]

 

[printed from Mic. 310]          Bill to David Gardiner of Flushing, Nov. 6, 1799, for the clock mentioned above, a horologiographical, repearting, alarm, monitor clock; with instructions for setting up the clock.  Credits Gardiner with the clock face, weights which were to be procured by Gardiner, and partial payment in cash.

 

 

Folder 4: receipts

 

.3-4      Receipts, 1804, 1806.

            Payment for subscriptions to the newspaper Suffolk Gazette, paid to Alden Spooner.

 

.182     receipted bill from Abm. H. Gardiner.  For Harriet Conklin's tuition, room rent, ink, Dec. 5, no year, but late 18th or early 19th century (charges are in shillings and pence) 

            [unclear as to which Nathaniel Dominy this bill was addressed]

 

 

Folder 5: weather diaries

 

.6         Weather diaries, 1806-1812, in which ND IV recorded temperatures, wind direction, weather conditions, and eclipses, June 1, 1806-July 6, 1812, with a small fragment covering early June and July 1805.  The volumes have been tied together, with 1811-1812 on top, in which is tucked the 1805 fragment.  Nathaniel IV refers to himself as ND 3d in these volumes.

 

 

Folder 6: recipes to silver clock dials; town records

 

[no number]     photocopy of recipes used by Nathaniel IV to silver the faces of clock dials, ca.1826-1827  [originals in Bridgehampton Historical Society, Bridgehampton, New York]

 

11x79.3           extracts from town records, 1729-1770, regarding wind mills; in April 1867, Nathaniel Dominy, Abraham Mulford, and company were given permission to set up a saw mill in Sandy Hook.

 

 

Map case 3, drawer 5:

 

.5         Page of a newspaper published by Alden Spooner in Sag Harbor, late December1804 or early January 1805.  Includes an advertisement for Nathaniel Dominy IV's watch business, dated Dec. 26, 1804.  [probably Suffolk Gazette]

 


SERIES II: Nathaniel Dominy V (1770-1852)

 

Box 2:

 

Folder 7: account book of Nathaniel Dominy V

 

59x6    Account book, 1798-circa 1821.

            Pages 1 to 65 are a daybook covering January 2, 1798-February 25, 1807; while pages 66 to 182 are a ledger covering circa 1801-circa 1821.  Entries record such activities as making furniture and tools, repairing furniture, painting furniture, and work at a saw mill.

            Note: originally, the pages of the daybook and the sawmill accounts were not numbered, while the pages of the ledger were numbered 1-59.  Page numbers have been penciled in at the bottom, so now the daybook is found on pages 1-65; the ledger on 66-182; and the sawmill accounts are on 183-186.

            On Mic. 310 is the continuation of this account book, dated 1813-ca.1865.  This continuation is held by the East Hampton Library, on Long Island, and is not owned by Winterthur.

           

            The original index to the ledger pages is laid into the volume; the page numbers in this index refer to the original page numbers (1-59).

            An index to the names in the entire volume is appended to this finding aid; it uses the penciled numbers (1-186).  A partial object index is available only at this repository.  See also the indexes to furniture forms (and other wooden objects) and to house and mill carpentry and to furniture repairs, which are found in Box 1 of this collection.

            Also, an index to textiles, including spinning and weaving, provided to Nathaniel Dominy V, as listed in his acocunt book, acc. 59x6  [no acc. number] – filed with account book.

 

            (Account book is also available on microfilm, Mic. 219; see Mic. 310 for entries dated 1813-ca.1865.)

 

 

Folder 8: order

 

.18       Order from Daniel Terry, Oysterpond, May 1, 1819, for a woolen wheel and spindles with whorls; addressed to Nathaniel Dominy

 

 

Folder 9: inventory, scrap, receipt; copy from Trustees journal

 

04x45  photocopy of an inventory of the goods of Thomas Baker, deceased, by his executors Nathaniel Dominy and Jonathan Fithian, December 17, 1825. 

            [Note: the original is supposed to be at the East Hampton Library]

 

.41       Scrap, 1826?

            Appears to be for the settling of accounts of a sawmill owned jointly by Miller Dayton, Jeremiah Huntting, and Nathaniel Dominy.

 

63x96.1           Receipt signed by David H. Huntting, Nov. 1830, for one-half of the Hook Mill.

 

[none]              photocopy of summary of Trustees Journal, decision to allow Nathaniel Dominy, Abraham Mulford, and company to set up a saw mill in Sandy Hook, April 19, 1769 [location of original record unknown]

 

 

Folder 10: watch register

 

.201     Register of watchwork, 1847-1850.

 

 

Folder 11: photocopies of notes and bills addressed to N.D.; account page (07x91)

 

.11a-b  H. Gelstone[?], Sag Harbor, requests that his watch be repaired, November 12, 1813.

 

.12a-b  A. Patridge, Sag Harbor, requests that his watch be cleaned, Sept. 28, 1819.

 

.13a-b  H. Gelstone[?], Sag Harbor, requests that his watch be repaired after he dropped it, November 29, 1820.

.14a-b  Peleg Latham, Sag Harbor, requests that his watches be repaired; sends them by David Miller, February 17, 1821.

 

.27a-b  account page: Dominy & Youngs account with Wm. L. Parsons, East Hampton, 1852, chiefly for wheat

 

.29       two items, both receipted bills, N.D. paid Wm. S. Johnson, New York, for clocks, January 15 and March 10, 1848.

 

.30       receipted bill, Mr. Dominy paid Fellows, Wadsworth & Co. of New York for metals hands and English dials, January 15, 1848.

 

.31       two items, both receipted bills, N.D. paid John R. Platt, New York, for bolting cloths, March 9, 1848 and November 4, 1850.

 

.32       two items, both receipted bills, N.D. paid E. T.[?] Conklin for corn and wheat, 1850; and paid Columbian Foundry for a block, no date.

 

.33       note to N.D. from Columbian Foundary, New York, informing him of shipment of [unclear], November 25, 1850.  

 

.34       two items: note from A. W. Spies & Co. about an order, and a bill from that company, importers of guns, pistols, rifles, hardware, cutlery, etc., for a gun part, October 19, 1852.

 

.35       two items, both receipted bills, N.D. paid William King, importer of corks and corkwood, for corkwood, February 21, 1852, and paid I.  Ayers, manufacturer of scales, for a set of scales, February 25, 1852.

 

.36       receipted bill, N.D. paid Read, Taylor & Co., importers of watches and jewelry, for some item, October 6, 1853.

 

.37a     receipted bill, N.D. paid Fox & Pothemus, New York, manufacturers and dealers in cotton sail duck and cotton canvas, for bags, February 21, 1852.

 

 

Folder 11-A: photocopies, no accession number

 

Note about will of ND V, dated April 27, 1853, mentioning items left to daughter Nancy Parsons and son Felix; also mentions son John [the note was probably written in 20th century]

 

Two copies of memorandum book of Nathaniel Dominey; as it was first dated 1787, it may have originally belonged to ND IV; however, the extant entries begin 1792, so all the entries are probably those of ND V; mentions making furniture and building a sawmill on Gardiner’s Island; also several pages of genealogy notes, and these were written by ND V; a later person added death dates of ND V, Felix, and Phebe Dominy (d. 1891); includes a mention of the birth of two servants, Cuffee (born 1742) and Gennee (1746-1815) [surnames not given]

 

 

Microfilm cabinet:

 

M-310 Account book, 1813-ca. 1865.

            Accounts are for such items as food, furniture, metals, hardware, wood, tools, etc.

            [index to names and objects is appended to this finding aid]

            [original volume held by East Hampton Free Library]


SERIES III: Felix Dominy (1800-1868)

 

Box 2:

 

Folder 12: price list

 

.10       A List of Prices as Agreed on by the Watch and Clockmakers in the city of New York.  Printed by Southwick & Hardcastle, 1806.  Bears the signatures of Felix Dominy, suggesting it belonged to him.

            An index to the watch and clockmakers’ names which appear in the back of this pamphlet is available and is appended to this finding aid.

 

 

Folder 13: bills, notes, letters, etc., 1815-1818

 

.11       Account entries for 1815 and 1816.

 

.12       Part of a bill, 1816; bears names T. & B. Demilt [watch and clockmakers in New York City], and mentions a watch by Clowes, Liverpool.

 

.13       Letter from Matthew Huntting, Smithtown, Sept. 15, 1817.  Re: working with Dominy at East Hampton in the coming winter; account of being knocked overboard in Smithtown harbor.

 

.14       Note asking for Mr. Collins Miller’s watch, 1818, signed Isaac [van] Scoy.

 

.15       Bill from T. & B. Demilt, 1818.  For things bought in New York (main springs, glasses, etc.)

            On back: note of brass and binding wire bought of Charles Osborn, July 28, 1818.

 

.16       From Solomon Gray, Sag Harbor, 1818.  Order to [militia] parade at Bridgehampton.

 

.17       Receipted bill from Edward Rogers, Sag Harbor, 1818.  For a hat.

 

.19-20  Letters from D. Baker, 1818.  Re: duck hunting, Dominy’s tramp on Montauk, getting a Thanksgiving goose, and other personal matters.

 

 

Folder 14: account book and watch register

 

.21       Account book and watch register, 1818-1827.

            Primarily records watch repairs, but there are also entries for mending candlesticks, andirons, turning spindles, etc.

            Index to account book is appended to this finding aid; it is divided into two lists: one for customers and one for watchmakers. 

 

Folder 15: Bills and letters relating to clock and watch making business, 1820-1829:

 

.22-24  Letters from Elijah Simmons, 1820-1821.

            Re: clock wheels and dials.  The draft of an answer from Felix on the reverse of .24; a pencil drawing of a cow is on the back of .22.

 

.25       Bill, 1821.  Bought of Fellows, Read & Olcott of New York, one gilt clock pinion.

 

.26       Letter from H.P. Dering, Sag Harbor, Dec. 5, 1821.

            Re: the return of a watch and the repair of some watches for other people.  He also complains about Dominy's behavior.

 

.27       Bill addressed to V. [torn] Tuthill, from Thomas Richards, New York, 1822, for watch parts.

 

.28a-b  Bill from Samuel Maverick, engraver and copper-plate printer, 1823, for engraving a name plate with a border.  A sample card is included. 

            Printed billhead, with an engraving of Benjamin Franklin's bust.

 

.29       Receipted bill, Felix Dominy paid James Rogers of New York, 1825, for an eight day clock with alarm and repainting a moon dial.  There are instructions for winding the clock at the bottom of the bill.

 

.30       Letter from John H. Stevens(?), Northampton, to William Pelletreau, April 21, 1826.  Re watch repair.

 

.31       Bill from Charles Osborn & Co., New York,  to Mr. Dayton, March 1, 1827, for brass wire.

 

.32       Letter from Calvin Moore, Sag Harbor, March 19, 1828.  Re: watch repair.

 

.33       Letter from Alvin Squires, Good Ground, June 2, 1828.  Re: watch repair.

 

.34-.35 Letters from Sarah Nicholl, Islip, Sept. 22, 1828 and Nov. 3, 1828.  In the first letter she orders a clock and in the second rescinds the order.  At the bottom of the first letter is a penciled note about the price of a clock.

            Both letters are on paper with the watermark S & A Butler, US.

 

.36       Letter to Mr. Dayton, 1828, asking him to purchase a number of items including a watch dial, a tin musical box, and good but cheap used repeating watch movements (buy those from Higbie & Crosby).

 

.37       Bill from A. [Aime] Mathey, New York, March 10, 1829, for watch parts.

 

.38       Note from Alvin Squires, Good Ground, April 30, 1829.  Complaining about watch repair done for him.

 

.39       Bill from A. Mathey, New York, May 23, 1829, for square files, watch faces, and common keys.

 

.40       Receipted bill of Freeman Smith, Sept. 18, 1829, for a bundle of something.

 

 

Folder 16:

 

.43       Weather diary, November 26, 1821-March 3, 1823.

            Includes several drawings of arms and hammers.

            Volume is covered with wallpaper.

 

 

Folder 17: Bills, letters, etc. pertaining to military, political, and personal activities of Felix Dominy, 1821-1830:

 

.44       Bill from Henry Young, New York, May 12, 1824, for a gilt sword and red belt.

 

.45       Essay addressed to Hiram Herskell, signed Olio, East Hampton, February 24, 1825.  Lists the likes and dislikes in the social and economic scene of Long Island.

 

.46       Bill from Elisha Stott, 1827, for slippers, boots, etc.

 

.47       Bill from Henry Young, New York, Aug. 15, 1827, for infantry coat buttons, vellum lace, white plumes, cockades and eagles, and plated diamond ornaments.

 

.48       Bill from Henry Young, New York, Aug. 22, 1827, for epaulettes.

 

.49       Affidavit, Oct. 1827, certifying that David Barnes, Sergeant, appeared on parade on Oct. 11, 1827.  Signed by Felix Dominy.

 

.50       Order sent to Jeremiah Dayton, East Hampton, from Felix Dominy, Oct. 27, 1827, for 300 percussion caps.

 

.51       List of persons called on by Felix Dominy, March 18-27, 1828.  (No purpose listed)

 

.52a-b  Notice from Felix Dominy and Henry Parsons, General Committee, August 14, 1828, for a meeting of the Democratic Electors of East Hampton “in favor of regular nominations and Gen. Andrew Jackson for President…” to appoint delegates to county convention.  Addressed to Mrs. Abel K. Conklin, Huningtton, Long Island.

 

.53       Letter to Felix Dominy from P. Parker King, Sag Harbor, December 15, 1828.  Re: celebration and dinner on January 8 [anniversary of Battle of New Orleans].

 

.54       Letter from Samuel Phillips, Sag Harbor, asking Felix to collect money from David Gardiner for the Watchman, 1829.

 

.55       Letter from Jeremiah Miller, Jr., New York, September 27, 1829.  Re: items of military costume and the cost of pistols.  The outside of the letter is addressed to Genl. Jeremiah Miller, East Hampton, but the inside addressee is Dominy, Brigade Inspector.

 

.56       Letter from Jeremiah Miller, Jr., n.d. [but before 1830]  Re: appointment of Felix as census taker.  As above, the outside is addressed to Genl. Jeremiah Miller, but the salutation is “Dear Felix.”

 

.197     Printed notice regarding the receivership of the firm, G. Tillotson & Co., composed of G. Tillotson, A. H. Higbie, R. Crosby, and J. Bogardus.  New York, Dec. 15, 1829.  Signature illegible.  Addressed to Felix Dominy.

 

 

Folder 18: Bills, letters, etc. pertaining to the various crafts, particularly watch repairing, of Felix Dominy, 1830-1832:

 

.57       Bill from A. Mathey, New York, March 31, 1830, for watch parts.

 

.58       Letter from Sarah Gardiner, 1830, requesting Felix to come to her house and do a week's painting and varnishing.

 

.59       Bill to Jonathan Fithian, November 26, 1830, for cleaning and repairing a watch.

 

.60       Letter from Sarah Gardiner, Jan. 17, 1831, about an error in a bill with a postscript asking Felix to get her two pieces of paper at Mr. Ripley's to match what was already in her front room.

 

.61       Bill from A. Mathey, New York, July 7, 1831, for watch parts.

 

.62       Letter from John K. Price, Sag Harbor, July 11, 1831, asking Felix to clean his watch.

 

.63       Bill from Joseph Osborn, Jr., New York, November 29, 1831, for iron wire.

 

.64       Letter from J. [or I.] Loper, Feb. 15, 1832, sending a watch to be repaired.

 

.65       Account with Jona. Osborn, 1826 and 1832, for house painting.

 

.66       Letter from James C. Norton, Quogue, October 18, 1832, ordering an oak gunbox and a wagon shaft..

 

 

Folder 19: bills, letters, etc., 1832-1834

 

.67       Letter from Thomas Brown, Dec. 18, 1832.  Re: watch repair.

 

.68       Letter from John K. Price, Sag Harbor, May 18, 1833, requesting that Felix finish his watch repair.

 

.69       Letter from John P. Osborn, Sag Harbor, October 17, 1832, requesting his terms for covering the dome of Montauk lighthouse with copper.

 

.70a     Article of agreement between John P. Osborn and Felix Dominy, June 6, 1833, for putting a new copper dome on the Montauk Point Lighthouse.

 

.70b     penciled notes about materials needed for the above job.

 

.71       Letter from George B. Brown, Sag Harbor, January 17, 1834.  Re: repair of a gold watch.

 

.72       Letter from Sarah Gardiner, Gardiner Island, March 8, 1834.  Re: the altering of a locket into two necklaces for her granddaughters.

 

.73       Letter from Nathan C. Barns, East Hampton, March 19, 1834, inquiring about hiring Felix to measure a piece of wood-land.

 

.74       Letter from S. L’Hommedieu, Sept. 11, 1834, asking for watch to be delivered.

 

.75       Letter from C.A. Clinton, New York, Sept. 26, 1834, enclosing payment.

 

.76       Response to letter from Clinton with information about a gun. 

            The reverse side has an account of town charges for paupers.

 

.77       Draft of response to Clinton, Oct. 12, 1834.

 

.78       Bill from Wm. M. Morrell, New York, Nov. 25, 1834, for watch parts.

 

 

Folder 20: Bills, letters, petitions, etc. relating to the military, political, and personal affairs of Felix Dominy, 1830-1832

 

.79       Bill of sale, March 2, 1830 from Nathaniel Dominy and Nathaniel Huntting to Abraham Hedges, Jonathan Osburn III, and Felix Dominy for the "house formerly known as the hook school house."

 

.80       Receipt from Samuel Stratton, April 24, 1830, for twelve sheep.

 

.81       Bill from Johnson & Gardiner, New York, to Mrs. J.B. Parsons, Aug. 15, 1830, for ham. 

 

.82       Letter from J.B. Parsons, New York, Aug. 17, 1830, to Felix Dominy, about hams purchased.  The bill (.81) was enclosed with the letter.

 

.83       Letter to Griffin and Wells, Riverhead, October 10, 1830.  Re: trouble over organizing a company of militia.

 

.84       Bill from Stephen Conklin, East Hampton, April 21, 1831, for making pantaloons.

 

.85       Letter to Dr. Scudder, American Museum, New York, August 13, 1831, presenting him with a limb from a celebrated tree mentioned in Morse's Geography.  [part of letter is missing]

 

.86       Petition to the President of the United States asking for the appointment of Felix Dominy as keeper of the Light House at Montauk Point, February 1832.  Signed by 5 inhabitants of Suffolk County.

 

.87       Draft of a letter and petition in favor of Felix Dominy's appointment as keeper of the Montauk Point Lighthouse.

 

.88       Letter from John P. Osborn, Sag Harbor, February 18, 1832,  informing Felix that Mr. Baker has resigned as keeper of the Montauk Lighthouse.

 

.89       Letter from Bartell Griffing, Upper Aquebogue, Feb. 25, 1832.  Re: status of the petition.

 

 

Folder 21: bills, letters, petitions, etc., 1832-1835, 1848

 

.90       Bill from J.H. Dayton, East Hampton, Aug. 19, 1833, for Nathaniel's tuition.

 

.91       Printed bill from Samuel Phillips, Sag Harbor, May 17, 1834, for the Watchman.

 

.92       Bill from David Baker Jr., East Hampton, July 5, 1834, for Nathaniel's tuition.

            On back: memorandum listing watch parts, gun worms, buttons, watch papers, etc.

 

.93       Scrap stating that George B. Brown was elected ensign in Capt. Jarvis' company in March, 1833.  With penciled note about Henry L. Gennings being a lieutenant.  Dated Sag Harbor, August 27, 1834.

 

.94       Letter from Abm. P. Sherrill, Smithtown, Sept. 10, 1834.  Re: political matters, particularly Dominy's chances for a nomination for sheriff.

 

.95       Letter from Abm. P. Sherrill, Smithtown, Nov. 11, 1834, enclosing the Suffolk County Official Canvass for the election of Nov. 1834.

 

.96       Affidavit, Sag Harbor, March 20, 1835.  Re: Eden L. Latham's claim to payment for the board of Daniel Terbill.

 

.97       Bill from Eden L. Latham, Sag Harbor, to the Overseers of the Poor of the Town of East Hampton, March 14, 1835.  For keeping Daniel Terbill.

 

.98       Bill from Julia Quaw to the Town of East Hampton, April 6, 1835, for keeping daughter and child.

 

63x96.2           Letter from General David Williamson, Riverhead, Aquebogue, Jan. 11, 1835.  Invitation "to attend the Execution ... in full uniform."

                        [David Williamson was in the New York militia.  The execution was of a man named Enoch, who was hanged for murdering his wife; the execution took place on January 16, 1835, in Riverhead.]

 

.101     Bill, with printed billhead, from A.W. Spies & Co., importers of hardware, cutlery, guns, pistols, rifles, New York, Jan. 15, 1848, for watch parts.

 

 

Folder 22: Bills, letters, etc. pertaining to Felix Dominy, n.d.

 

.154     Letter from Nathaniel Miller, Fireplace, about the repair of a gun.

 

.155     Letter from Nathaniel Miller, Fireplace, October 23.  Re: repair of watches.

 

.156     Letter from Nathaniel Miller, Fireplace, April 20.  Contains instructions for planting sweet potatoes.

 

.157     Letter from H. S. (Mrs. John C.) Ball, about work on a ring, mending sugar tongs, and returning a pin.  List of names on back.

 

.158-160          Expenses incurred on a trip to New Haven; .158 also includes a list of tools, watch parts, and gun parts; .160 is endorsed on back: “Mrs. Gardiner’s bill.”

 

.161     List of things bought in New York, and the names of the people for whom the items were purchased.

 

.162     Letter from J. Hedges.  About the collection of money to the town trustees.

 

.163     Memorandum.  Listing watch parts.

 

.164     Scrap with information about a meeting of the Republican Electors, at which Felix Dominy served as secretary.

 

.165     Letter from Isaac Edwards.  Warning Felix to appear at the usual place in a parade in Sag Harbor on September 7.

 

.166     Order from Felix to unknown person for a pair of time piece hands, clock weights, etc.

 

.167     Recipe for shoe varnish.

 

.168     Letter from Mary Miller.  Re: making a block smaller.

 

.169     Order to Jeremiah Dayton for watch glasses.

 

.170     Bill from L. Robinson for tuition in the art of dancing.

 

 

Folder 23: miscellaneous

 

.176     Note from J. Mulford, indicating that D. Isaac Right [surname should probably be Wright] owes for watches and that Mulford will pay him.

 

.198     Bill for clock face, hands, etc.

 

.202     Letter from Margaret C. King.  Asking him to address and take a letter to the General.

 

.203     Order for a net? To be 70 mesh, selvage coarse, twine both sides; written on a luggage tag.

 

.204     Address of Peter Fryer, watchmaker, State Street, Albany.

 

.205     List of watch parts.

 

.206     List of names with amounts owed.

 

.207     Scrap, bearing name Felix Dominy.

 

 

Folder 24: photocopies of documents addressed to F.D. (07x91)

 

.15a-b  Jane Huntting requests that her watch and chain be repaired.  March 31, 1821.

 

.16a-b  Calvin Moore requests that his watch be repairedand returned to Thomas P. Ripley’s store, June 16, 1823

 

.17a-b  N. Hand wants Dominy “to make both these guns[?] go easier on the trigger.”  December 2, 1823.

 

.18       Josiah Foster writes about “the appointment of your general parade.”  July 16, 1830.

 

.19a-b  N. Miller requests Dominy to repair John Harvard’s[?] block.  Invites Dominy over for some shooting.  No date.

 

.20a-b  N. Miller sends a gun which needs repair.  Invites the Dominy family for a visit.  July 4, no year.

 

.28       bill from Samuel Maverick, New York, for watch hands[?], with a note asking for “anything that is curious, odd, or out of the way that will do for my museum, such as shells, minerals, animal [torn]….”  March 31, 18[unclear]

 

.38       receipted bill, Major Dominy paid John H. Dayton for Nathaniel’s tuition, May 25, 1855.

 

.21a-b  Zebulon Elliott asks Dominy to send him a piece of pinion[?] wire.  No date.

 

.23a-b  Caroline Smith requests that her comb be repaired and asks if a candlestick is worth repairing.  No date.

 

[no acc. no.]    typescript of a letter, P. Dominy, Fire Island, October 20, 1837, to son Nathaniel Dominy VII, mentioning a shopping trip to New York (bought skates for him, plus some furniture), shooting birds, buying a gun, etc. 

                        [Note attached to the typescript says the letter is from father Felix, but it is signed mother P.D.]

 

[no acc. no.]    typescript of part of a letter [garbled towards the end], Phoebe Dominy, Fire Island Light House, Nov. 19, 1837, to mother [in-law, Temperance Miller Dominy], has gotten 68 brant this fall and sold the hog for 5000 clams; quilted while cousin Mary visited

 

[no acc. no.]    typescript of part of a letter, Felix Dominy, Fire Island Light House, March 30, 1840, to son Nathaniel Dominy VII, East Hampton; mostly about an Italian ship which is stuck on a bar and efforts to rescue the cargo

 

[no acc. no.]    death notice of Felix Dominy, died Dec. 20, 1868 in Buffalo; age 69; remains taken to East Hampton for burial [printed from internet]

 

[no acc. no.]    notice about 79th birthday of Phoebe Miller Dominy, from Bay Shore Journal, April 24, 1886

 

 

 

Folder 25: “Fire Island’s Surf Hotel”

 

[no acc. no.]    photocopies of pages from Fire Island’s Surf Hotel by Harry W. Havemeyer (Mattituck, N.Y.: Amereon House, 2006), pertaining to Felix Dominy’s hotel at Fire Island and his term as lighthouse keeper there

SERIES IV: Nathaniel Dominy, VII (1827-1910)

 

Box 3:

 

 

Folder 1: bills, letters, etc., 1847-1858

 

.100     Letter from George Hedges, Plattsburgh, Jan. 24, 1847.  About his store and life in Plattsburgh, N.Y. (including skating and sleighing)

            (letter addressed to Nathaniel Dominy, Jr.)

 

63x96.3           Invitation to attend the Washington Ball, March 3, 1846; from ball managers Amos W. Lewis, Charles Bates, Orin F. Brown, George Corwin.  Invitation printed by J. M. Scofield of New London, Conn.  It bears an image of American flag and eagle.

 

63x96.4           Letter from R.E. Gardiner, Sag Harbor, Sept. 24, 1846.  Requesting Nathaniel to "turn out all East Hampton," to the first ball of the season.

 

63x96.5           Letter from S. Robinson, Sag Harbor, Jan. 12, 1847.  Confirming an appointment.

 

63x96.6           Letter from Felix Dominy, Fire Island, Aug. 8, 1847, with a label: Dominy's Hotel - Fire Island.  Keep at business and will support you; news from Fire Island, especially about boats.

 

.103                 Letter from Nathaniel Miller, Fireplace, January 14, no year but after 1849, to Nath. Dominy.  Advises against going to California - too much privation and sickness at the mines.

 

.104                 Bill from Benjamin Lord, New York, June 14, 1846.  For making and repairing clothes.

 

.105                 bill from Wm. S. Gardiner, expenses for a stay at Montauk Point, October 14, 1857.

 

.106                 Account with J.H. Younger, 1857.  For blacksmith and farrier work.

 

.107                 Bill from Thomas F. Parsons, East Hampton, Dec. 24, 1858.  For thread and twine.

 

 

Folder 2: bills: milling, flour

 

.108-117          Bills, 1860 from N. Dominy to various individuals for milling flour.

 

 

Folder 3: account with A. B. Dayton, 1863

 

.118                 Account with Abm. B. Dayton, 1863, for carting, freight, etc.

 

.119-122          Receipts to A.B. Dayton East Hampton, from Powell, Clark & Co., New York, for shipments made as per account above.

 

 

Folder 4: bills, letters, etc.

 

.123                 Printed lease agreement between Mrs. Frances C. Lester of East Hampton, and the Howe Sewing Machine Co., 1872.  Signed by Nathaniel Dominy.  [lease to own agreement]

 

.124                 Letter from N.J.(?) Wilcox, Shelter Island, Jan. 5, 1874.  Requesting permission to catch scallops.

 

.125                 Letter from W. & F. Livingston, New York, importers of millstones and bolting cloths, Feb. 14, 1877.  Regarding an order of bolting cloth.  (Printed letterhead).

 

.126                 Letter from H.H.(?) Benjamin, School Commissioner, Riverhead, Jan. 2, 1878.  Re: building a school.

 

.127                 Bill from C.L. Topping, Aug., 1879.  For tin roof, etc.

 

.128a-c            Letter from Calvin Rae-Smith, New York, September 30, 1880.  Re: repairing old chairs which Rae-Smith wants to include in a painting.  On letterhead and in an envelope for the College of the City of New York.  A business card is enclosed.

 

.129                 Bill on printed billhead from Albert Berger & Co., New York, June 30, 1880.  For lunette glasses.

                        On back: drawing of small windmill(?); note about Dan Talmage.

 

.130                 Account, Supervisor of the town of East Hampton with Nathaniel Dominy, for services as assessor, 1880.

 

.131                 Accounts, 1882.  For millwork.

 

.132                 Letter from John S. Bussing, East Hampton, Sept. 4, 1882.  Thanking Dominy for the use of the old windmill as a place of residence for the summer; encloses a thermometer as a thank you gift.

 

 

Folder 5: bills, letters, etc.

 

[no numbers]   two envelopes from Albert Berger & Co., New York, addressed to Nathl. Dominy, East Hampton

 

.133-135          Bills (printed billheads) from Albert Berger & Co., New York, 1882-1883.  For spectacles, frames, case, and spy glasses.

 

.136                 Letter from C. W. Payne, Sag Harbor, Dec. 29, 1884.  Re: outstanding bills for coal.  [see also .148]

 

.137-139          Bills from Albert Berger & Co., New York, 1884.  For spectacles and spy glasses.

 

.140                 Account with Charles Edwards, 1886.  For groceries, particularly meat.

 

.141                 Bill (printed billhead) from United States Twine & Net Co., New York, Nov. 16, 1886.  For netting, tarred manila cordage, etc.

 

.142                 Bill from Albert Berger & Co., New York, March 29, 1890.  For spectacles.

 

 

Folder 6: bills, letters, etc.

 

.143                 Three receipts for shipping goods, 1890, attached.  Companies mentioned are Sag Harbor Wharf Co., steamer Manhanset (New London, Conn., receipt has picture of a steamboat), and New York, Providence, and Boston Railroad Co.

 

.144                 Bill from Albert Berger & Co., New York, February 27, 1891.  Apparently for spectacles;

                                    Berger imported watch glasses, spectablces, opera glasses, telescopes, French clocks, regulators, musical boxes, &c.  Printed billhead, illustrated with pictures of medals won at various fairs.

 

.145                 Letter from J.O. Hopping, Wainscott, L.I., December 26, 1892.  Re: a flag staff.  Written on printed billhead for J.O. Hopping, groceries and general merchandise.

 

.146                 Letter, East Hampton, Dec. 24, 1892.  Writer [Dominy?] is trying to locate a crusher for his mill; mentions Columbian Foundry and the bark mill he purchased from them for crushing corncobs.

 

.147                 Letter from E.A. [Ezra Augustin] Dominy, Serena, Ill., Aug. 7, 1893, to friends and relatives, Nathaniel and Dreda(?) Dominy.  Discussing family matters; outlook for crops; and use of a steam thresher; Ezra’s father used to talk about the widl grapes and nice garden truck on Long Island; mentions paln to take windmill to fair in Chicago – “I think it would have been a great curiosity.”

                                    [Ezra Augustin Dominy was born in Clinton County, New York, in 1825, and died in La Salle County, Illinois, in 1901.  His father was Ezra Dominy, his grandfather Henry Dominy.  His great-grandfather was the Nathaniel Dominy who lived 1714-1778.  The Nathaniel and Dreda Dominy mentioned at the end of the letter were Nathaniel VII (1827-1910) and his third wife Hydreda Van Dusen.  This Nathaniel was Ezra A. Dominy’s uncle.]

 

.148                 Bill (printed billhead) from Charles W. Payne, dealer in coal, groceries, etc., Sag Harbor, Jan. 8, 1895.  For charcoal.  [see also .136]

 

.149                 Letter from H.P. Hedges (printed letterhead), counselor at law, Bridgehampton, May 29, 1896.  Requesting information about the Dominy family for a history of East Hampton.

 

.150                 Piece of wood with accounts written on it, 1897; spectacles are mentioned in two accounts.

 

.151                 Newspaper clipping about life saving stations, from the New York Sun, 1905.  Bears the name "N. Dominy."

 

.152a-c            Three identical ads for N. Dominy, Daguerrian Artist.  Printed by George F. Nesbitt, corner of Wall and Water sts.

 

 

Folder 7: letters

 

.188a-d            Letter from H. & G. W. Lord, manufacturers of nets, seines, and twines, Boston, Oct. 27, 1883.  Indicating that an order had been shipped.  Also two bills, dated Oct. 24, 1883, and Oct. 12, 1885, and an envelope.

                                    Printed envelope, letterhead and billhead, illustrated with two different views of the company’s building.

 

.190                 Envelope addressed to Nathaniel Dominy, postmarked Brooklyn, Nov. 27, no year, stamp removed.  [probably envelope for .192]

 

.191a-b            Letter from J.F. Jeaneret [or Jeanneret], watchmaker, New York, notifying Dominy of his shop's move, Dec. 11, 1899.  Also the envelope for the letter.

 

.192                 Letter from his daughter, Harriet, Brooklyn, Nov. 26, 1899.  About gathering for upcoming Thanksgiving dinner. 

                                    [Nathaniel VII’s daughter Harriet Mulford Dominy Kellogg lived 1855-1921.  Her mother was Sybil Burnett Mulford, the first wife of Nathaniel VII.  Around 1875, Harriet married George Abell Kellogg (1849-1921).  They had a son Ernest Dominy Kellogg (1876-1936), whose wife was named Mabel Hall.]

 

.195a-b            Letter from Thomas S. Bisgood, law office, Sag Harbor, May 22, 1888.  Regarding a property dispute and judgement against Dominy.  Also a yellow envelope.

 

.196                 Letter enclosing samples of woven and knit netting, from Baltimore Twine & Net Co. (of New York City); and samples of fabric from Edward Ridley & Sons, New York, 1880s.

 

[unnumbered]  two envelopes and some scraps of paper, probably related to an earlier Nathaniel Dominy

 

 

Folder 8: Documents and a Valentine sent to N. D. VII [photocopies]

 

07x91.24a-b    Valentine poem sent to N. Dominy, Jr., 1848

 

07x91.37b       receipted bill, N.D. paid Wms. & Cooper, Sag Harbor, for a fishing boat, August 4, 1855. 

 

07x91.39         bill from H.R. Harris & Co., dry goods, groceries, etc., Sag Harbor, June 21, 1864, covering purchases January-March, for such goods as coffee, food, gloves, nails, a broom, tobacco, etc.

 

07x91.40a-b    bill from Jonathan Osborne for carting bass from Montauk to Sag Harbor, no date.

 

11x79.4           statement in case held in Admiralty Court, Nathaniel Dominy against the property saved from brig “D’Alberti” & Clothier H. Vaughn and Matthew H. Gregory, January 23, 1866.

 

[no number]     copies of newspaper articles and notices mentioning Nathaniel Dominy VII, 1870-1910, including an obituary, and two later printed mentions of him [gift of Charles Hummel, 2018]


SERIES V:  Miscellaneous

 

Box 3:

 

Folders 9-10: John Dominy [Nathaniel V had a son John, born 1796,, died 1891]

 

.7-8                  John Dominy. Exercise books, 1810.

                        Contains problems in practical geometry and surveying.  The volume devoted to geometry also includes exercises in trigonometry and applications to sailing.  It includes “Journal of a voyage from London to Madeira,” kepty by James Jameson, undoubtedly an exercise in keeping a ship’s log rather than the actual account of a voyage undertaken by John Dominy.  This volume includes drawings of geometrical figures.

                                    The volume devoted to surveying also includes exercises in heights and distances, the fall of bodies, the measurement of pyramids, cask gauging, and other such problems.  Some of the exercises include illustrations of land with houses and out buildings.

                                    Both volumes are covered with issues of the New York newspaper The Spectator, one dated March 30, 1803, and the other March 18, 1801.  The paper in both volumes bears a watermark of the seated figure of Britannia within an oval surmounted by a crown.

 

 

Folder 11: John Dominy

 

.9                     Receipted bill to John Dominy from A. Moffat for board, New York, Oct. 19, 1815.

 

 

Folder 12: letter of recommendation; bill

 

93x108.3         Letter of recommendation from Abel Brewster, watchmaker, Norwich, Connecticut, attesting to the character of James Young, a repairer of watches.  April 9, 1803.  [museum acc. no. 1962.0159]

 

59x9.42           Bill of Abeel, Dunscomb & Co., dealers in nails, spikes, anvils, vises, castings, anchors, chain cables, etc., New York, to F.(?) Smith, July 8, 1829.  For English iron.  Printed billhead.

 

 

Folder 13: accounts and watch register

 

.99                   Partial book of accounts and watch register, 1844-1850.  Probably belonged to a member of the Dominy family.

                        A name index to customers and watchmakers is appended to this finding aid.

 

 

Folder 14: ship’s log

 

.102                 Log and journal, "Doings on board the Sloop Bec from Fire Island, bound to Three Mile Harbor" Dec. 1849.  Not signed.

 

 

Folder 15: poetry

 

.171-173          Poetry.  Verses credited to Katy MacFingal.

 

 

Folder 16: dances

 

.174-175          Instructions for country dances: Paddywhack, New Century Hornpipe, Miss Bruce’s Reel, Morning Star, Colley’s Hornpipe, Highland Reel, Derang’s Hornpipe, Monymusk, Morgiana, and an untitled dance.  Signed Felix Dominy, East Hampton.

 

 

Folder 17: miscellaneous

 

.177                 Chart showing the relative value of various kinds of money (doubloon, guinea, pistole, etc.) to gold.  On back: drawing of some sort.

 

.178                 Draft of a speech against dueling.

 

.179                 Bill to Mr. Dumley from Mr. Mitchell, for five weeks of board, no date.

 

.180                 List of names headed by phrase "Began School Wednesday December 29."  Boys and girls, including surnames Howell, Hedges, Bell, Robinson, Danes, Munsell, etc.  [in two pieces]

 

.181                 List of names and amount owed.  Surnames include Howell, Hedges, Bell, Robinson, Munsell, Hawkins, etc.

 

.184                 Trade card of Geo. F. Rogers, Wholesale and Commission Dealer in Fish, Lobsters, and Turtle, Fulton Fish Market, N.Y., and B. F. Rogers, Boston.  With pictures of fish, turtle, and lobster.

                        Written on back: Geo. Hutchinson, with address in New York City, and note: LIRR express.

 

 

Folder 18: miscellaneous

 

.186a               partial letter to B.D. Sleight; dated East Hampton, Sept. 24, 1884.  About cattle

 

.186b               envelope addressed to Miss A. L. Foster, Bath, Ont..

 

.187                 List of property owners: Hedges family, Barns, Ed. Dayton, John Fithian, Thos. Edwards, Joseph Osborn.

 

.189                 Price list from the American Net & Twine Co., Fulton St., New York

 

.193                 Letter, to "Dear Sir," from Gus Langner, Sag Harbor, Dec. 23, 1892.  Regarding a payment for a building.

 

.194                 Calling card for T. Whittemore, Jr.

 

.199                 Broadside, "To the Republicans of Suffolk," Sag Harbor, February 16, 1828, with list of names.  About upcoming presidential election.

 

 

Folder 19: scraps

 

.208-215          Scraps, some with lists of names or financial calculations on them.  One, signed L.B., is a pledge to “keep true faith of allegiance to the United States & to its administration….”

 

 

Folder 20: miscellaneous

 

.216                 Letter, New York, May 18, ’96 [1796].  Re: the shipment of Encyclopedias to the care of John L. Gardiner.  Signature torn off.

 

.217                 Note about property deeds in Town of East Hampton.

 

.218                 Note, probably a toast, to the State of New York, mentioning its insignia.  The names Mrs. Abel Conklin and Abel Conklin are written on the back.

 

.219                 Strip of paper divided into numbered sections--perhaps a scale of a map.  The name of a river and road are written on it.

 

.220                 Price list for spectacles, eye glasses, etc.  No company name given.

 

.221                 Masthead for "A New and elegant Set of Running Hand Copies," London, published by G.R. Ward, 1800.

 

.222                 Newspaper clipping, on one side about counterfeit money and the Brooklyn Fire Department, and on the other part of an article about a baseball game.

 

.223                 Printed letter from Wogan & Co., New York, offering counterfeit money for sale.

 

 

Folder 21: articles

 

Ph1041a-b       Photostats of newspaper articles from The East Hampton Star, December 25, 1941, about the Dominy House and Shop

 

[no number]     “Two Remarkable Finds from the Dominy Shop: A Dominy Gauging and Wantage Rod; A Dominy Family Agricultural/Textile Tool,” by Carl Bopp and Charles F. Hummel, from The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association, June 2005 (v. 58, no. 2)

 

09x144.2         “Wife’s Body in His Parlor,” New York Times, April 25, 1895, article about the death of Mrs. Dominy (died April 1895, wife of Nathaniel Dominy) and the undertaker’s uncertainty about whether she were really dead or in a trance [or coma]

 

Folder 22: book

 

93x108.2         Copy of The Mariner's New Calendar by Nathaniel Colson, revised by William Mountaine; printed in London for W. and J. Mount, T. Page & Son, 1761. 

                        The copy belonged to Nathaniel Dominy 3d, Nathaniel Dominy  4th (dated 1816) and Felix Dominy (dated 1820 and 1826).  Nathaniel 3d bought the book in 1762 from Mr. Bird in Newport.

                        On the last flyleaf is a poem about the months and a math puzzle.

                        Front and back covers are detached.

                        [museum acc. no. 1967.1935]

 

 

Folder 23: assessment rolls

 

Ph 1229.1-.10              Assessment rolls of Easthampton, Long Island, 1802, 1803, 1805, 1806, 1810, 1814, 1815, 1816, 1820, 1831         

 

These tax rolls mention members of the Dominy family, as well as their customers.  Some of the lists are photocopies of the originals, and others are typescripts.

 

 

Folder 24: postcard

 

09x144.1         postcard of Dominy house, Bay Shore, L.I.; postmarked Aug. 16, 1907, printed by Illustrated Post Card Co., N.Y., no. 3171

 

 

 

Folder 25: map and photos

 

[none]              photocopy of Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) map showing location of Dominy House in East Hampton, 1940

 

[no acc. no.]    two photocopies of HABS photos of interior of Dominy workshop; some of the items shown are now part of the Winterthur collection

 

 

 

Box 4:

 

Folder 1: CDs

 

09x144.3         CD with images of Dominy family tombstones, also an index print

 

09x144.4         CD with contents of Dominy family books, in a searchable format

 

09x 144.5        CD with selected images from the Dominy family books, also an index print

 

[no acc. no.]    DVD with tour of Sherrill home, given by Sherrill Foster; the Sherrill home contains some furniture made by the Dominys;  however, the images are dark, and most of the video is showing non-Dominy articles and gives family history; the tour is more than 35 minues long [acquired from Charles Hummel]

 

 

Folder 2:

 

09x144.6         list of books (short titles) on microfilm and on CD 09x144.4

          [title pages of books have been printed out and placed with the list]

 

 

Folder 3: unclear which Dominy is meant; or more than one Dominy

 

07x91.22         Thomas Brown[?] requests Mr. Dominy to fix his watch, no date [photocopy]

 

11x79.1-.2       extracts from court cases involving Dominys, 1737 and 1790. [photocopies]

 

[no number]     “David Sherril went to Nat. Dominy to learn a tread [sic], 27 April 1791, age 14(?) years old December 3d,” photocopy of part of a page from an account book of Recompense Sherrill, held by East Hampton Library [received through Charles Hummel]

 

 

Folder 4:        Nathaniel Dominy’s memorandum book: copies of some pages, including genealogical records and a few accounts, including records of building saw mills [photocopy; no accession number; received through Charles Hummel]

 

 

Folder 5:         inscriptions and title pages of books owned by Nancy Dominy (1814) and John Dominy (1802)

                        [no accession number; received through Charles Hummel]

 

 

Folder 6:         Articles about Dominys

                        (no accession number; received through Charles Hummel)

 

 

Folder 7: photocopies of photos

 

07x91.25-.26               Dominy homes

                       

[no number]                 stereocard of a Dominy family reunion held near Ottowa, Illinois, in 1873 (also some information about the photographer of the stereocard)

                                    (no accession number; received through Charles Hummel)

 

[no number]                 daguerreotype (1849) and photograph of Felix Dominy (no accession number; received through Charles Hummel)

 

[no number]     photos of Dominy furniture, with notes [gift of Charles Hummel]

 

[no number]    copies of paintings of exterior and interior of Dominy shop [when in use as a residence], by Theodore Colebrook, with biographical information about the artist [gift of Charles Hummel]

 

 

Folder 8:         Phebe Miller Mason Smith and Dominy descendants

                        (no accession number; received through Charles Hummel)

 

 

Folder 9: Harold Dominy (acc. 11x70)

 

11x70.2-.26     photos of Harold Dominy and clocks made by him (20th-21st centuries)

 

 

 

Box 6: shingle

 

11x70.1           piece of wood (about 6 x 29 cm.) on which is written: “piece of shingle from Donimy Clock Shop, courtesy N. Dominy, Oct. 6, 57.”

 

 

 

In microfilm cabinets:

 

Mic. 3158-3161

 

Microfilm copies (positive) of books owned by the Dominys, see the list 09x144.6

 

 

Mic. 3162-3165

 

Microfilm copies (negative) of books owned by the Dominys, see the list 09x144.6

 


SERIES VI: Watchpapers

 

Box 4:

 

Folder 10:

 

Nathaniel Dominy watchpapers and engraving plate:

 

            65x687.10       copper engraving plate for watchpaper, reading in the center: “Watches repaired by Nathl. Dominy, Clock Maker, &c., E. Hampton.”  In a circle around the central inscription are the words: “We must all die: are you ready.  Time flies.”  [museum acc. no. 1964.1805.003]

 

            65x687.8         watchpaper, cut into circle, with inscription as on copper engraving plate [see 65x687.10]  [museum acc. no. 1964.1805.001]

 

            65x687.9         same as .8, with some faint figures, perhaps dates, written on the back [museum acc. no. 1964.1805.002]

 

 

Felix Dominy watchpapers:

 

            59x9.154b       watchpaper: Felix Dominy, Clock and Watch Maker, East Hampton, printed by J.D. Stout.

                        This is still on the square piece of paper, not cut out into a circle.

 

            65x687.1-6      same as above  [museum acc. no. 1964.1806.001-.006]

 

            65x687.7         watchpaper, printed as above, but in blue ink.  The paper is cut almost into a circle.  Inscribed on back: Elisha Edwards, clean & rep. contiate(?) wheel. $1.50 cts., 18/10/1828  [museum acc. no. 1964.1807]

 

            93x108.1         same as 59x9.154b  [museum acc. no. 1964.1806.007]

 

            87x194            watch paper: Felix Dominy, Clock and watchmaker, East Hampton, printed by J.D. Stout.  Mounted in a wooden frame.

 

            65x687.11       Instructions to repair a watch, written on paper cut into figure 8.  The instructions are from Elias Luce of Riverhead, dated Nov. 6, 1828, and addressed to Mr. F. Dominy  [museum acc. no. 1964.1808]

 

Other watchpapers:

 

            65x687.12       Sayre & Richards, Clock & Watch makers, 240 Pearl St., corner of Burling Slip, New York.  Printed by Simmons.  [museum acc. no. 1964.1809]

 

 

Folder 11: photocopies of watch papers    

 

07x91.1-.10     photocopies watchpapers of various watchmakers, including Felix Dominy, mostly New York City and Long Island watchmakers


Series VII: Charles Hummel research notes on the Dominy family and furniture

 

(all from accession 15x69, unless otherwise noted)

 

See also Col. 988, Charles Hummel papers, for additional material about the Dominy family.

 

Box 5:

 

Folder 1:          Miscellaneous notes

 

Folder 2:          Bedsteads, no. 6

 

Folder 3:          Case furniture, no. 9-18

                                    [bottle case, bureaus, chests, and chest strap hinges]  

 

Folder 4:          Case furniture, no. 19-24

                                    [chests with 1 or 2 drawers, chests upon chests (highboys), grain chest, clothes presses] 

 

Folder 5:          Case furniture, no. 25-30

                                    [desk, desks and bookcases, portable desk (lap desk), school desk, writing desk] 

 

Folder 6:          Case furniture: Notes

                                    [includes notes on a grain chest and miscellaneous notes] 

 

Folders 7-9:     Chairs, no. 31-50

 

Folder 10:        Clocks: no. 51-55

 

Folder 11:        Cradles, frames, pitch pipe: no. 56-59

 

Folder 12:        Reels, no. 60-61, 61.1

 

 

Box 6:

 

Folder 1:          Stands: no. 62-71

                                    [includes book stand, candle stands, wash stand]

 

Folder 2:          Tables, no. 77-81: Breakfast tables

 

Folder 3:          Tables, no. 82-85, 99: Dining tables

 

Folder 4:          Tables, no. 86-89: Kitchen tables

 

Folder 5:          Tables, no. 90-91: one leaf table and table with drawer

 

Folder 6:          Tables, no. 92-95: Tea tables

 

Folder 7:          Tables, no. 96-98: Bureau table, work tables

 

Folder 8:          Wheels, no. 100-105: Dutch wheels, quill wheels

 

Folder 9:          Wheels, no. 106-109: wool wheels

 

Folder 10:        Agricultural tools/equipment, no. 110-112

                                    [grain cradle, ox or calf yoke, scotching knife/swingling stick]

 

Folder 11:        Clock, no. 230 in With Hammer in Hand: additional photos

 

 

 

 

 

 


Microfilm of parts of the collection:

 

Mic. 219          acc. 59x6 (although it was in private hands at the time of filming), identified at time of filming as account bok of Nathaniel Dominy IV and V, but now identified as account book only of Nathaniel V.

 

Mic. 245          acc. 59x9a, account book B of Nathaniel Dominy IV

 

Mic. 310          includes two items from the East Hampton Free Library, on Long Island: 

bill to David Gardiner of Flushing, N.Y., Nov. 6, 1799, for a clock; and

account book, 1813-ca.1865, being a continuation of the account book with the accession number 59x6.

            Index to furniture forms, house and mill carpentry, and to furniture repairs mentioned in this account book is found in Box 1 of this collection.

 

Mic. 3158-3165          copies of books owned by members of the Dominy family

 

 

 

 

Related material at Winterthur:

 

Fol. 234           Isaac S. Van Scoy, Daybook #10, mentions Nathaniel Dominy (acc. 63x92).

 

See Col. 988, Charles F. Hummel papers, for additional material about the Dominy family.

 

There are photographs of Dominy made furniture in the Decorative Arts Photographic Collection (DAPC).

 

Winterthur Museum holds an extensive collection of tools used by the Dominys, as well as a tall case clock and several pieces of furniture made by the Dominys.  The Dominy workshops have been reconstructed in the Exhibition Gallery.

 

 

 


 

 

 

Indexes to the following items are appended to this finding aid:

 

Accession 59x6, Account book, 1798-1812, of Nathaniel Dominy, V.  There is only one section of this index, for customers’ names.  (A partial object index is available only at this repository.  It is not included in the indexes which follow.)   This account book is also available on microfilm, Mic. 219.  (The continuation of this account book is on Mic. 310, which is also indexed.) 

 

Accession 59x9a: Account book B, also a watch register, 1764-1813, of Nathaniel Dominy IV.  This index is divided into two parts: customers and watchmakers.  (Partial object indexes are available only at this repository.  They are not included in the indexes which follow.)  This account book is also available on microfilm, Mic. 245.

 

Accession 59x9.1: Accounts of Nathaniel Dominy IV, 1796.  There is only one section of this index, for customers’ names.

 

Accession 59x9.10: A List of Prices as Agreed on by the Watch and Clockmakers in the city of New York.  This is an index to the names of clock and watchmakers which appear in the pamphlet.

 

Accession 59x9.21: Account book of Felix Dominy, 1818-1827.  This index is divided into two parts: customers and watchmakers.

 

Accession 59x9.99, a partial book of accounts and watch register, 1844-1850.  Probably belonged to a member of the Dominy family.  The index is divided into two parts: customers and watchmakers.

 

Accession 59x9.2-9, 11-20, 22-.98, .100-.207.

 

Mic. 310, which includes two items:

(1)    bill to David Gardiner of Flushing, N.Y., Nov. 6, 1799, for a clock; and

(2)    account book, 1813-ca.1865, being a continuation of the account book with the accession number 59x6.

 

The collection includes other items as well, but they are not indexed.

 

(Note: A hand-written index to the furniture forms mentioned in acc. 59x6, 59x9a, Ph 1040, and Mic. 310 is found in Box 1 of this collection.)

 



Acc. 59x6: Account book, 1798-1812, of Nathaniel Dominy, V

[also available on microfilm, Mic. 219]

 

Customers:

 

Amsbury, Levi   62

Asa   6, 24, 25, 30, 32, 33, 103

 

Baker, Abraham   20, 26, 29, 31, 43, 45, 59, 118, 119, 182 

Baker, David   16, 164

Baker, Nathaniel   3, 6-8, 12, 49, 55, 128, 129

Baker, Thomas  10, 11, 13, 20, 24, 26, 35-37, 42, 57, 59, 62, 78, 79

Baker, Wm.    114

Barnes, Abraham    64

Barnes, David    22, 44, 48, 56, 62, 98

Barnes, Hannah   63

Barnes, Jonathan   20, 46, 130

Barnes, Joseph   4, 6, 21, 34, 39, 42, 48, 52, 57, 62, 65, 138, 139

Barnes, Seth  54, 57, 130, 131

Barnes, Talmage   46

Barns, Matthew  14, 18

            [should be Barnes?]

Beckwith(?), John (of Lyme)   65

Beecher, Mr. 12

Beecher, Lyman   21, 23, 32, 35, 36, 42, 48, 52, 53, 56, 62, 136, 137

Ben (Mulatto)   63

Bennet, Abraham  63, 128, 129

Bennet, Augustus   53, 128

Bennet, Benjamin   6, 64, 65

Bennet, Edward   36, 41, 65, 97, 176, 177

Bennet, Gamaliel   4, 6, 45, 58

Bennet, Jeremiah   17, 57, 128

Bennet, Lester   5, 64

Bennet, Mahittable   42, 92

Bennet, Martha   40

Bennet, Rachel   110

Bennet, Samuel    49

Bennet, Samuel, Jr.   176, 177

Bennet, William    42, 52, 53, 54, 58, 62, 94

Bower, Amy    4

Buck, Nezer   51

Buell, Mr.   3

Buell, Mrs.   114

Burnham, Betsey   63

 

Campbell, William  41, 47

Charles   30, 32, 33, 40, 45, 46, 50, 61, 62, 110, 148, 186

Clark, Moses    44

Coleman, Benjamin  41

Congdon, Joseph, & Co.   63

Conklin – see also Conkling

Conklin, Burnet   64

Conklin, Daniel    4

Conklin, Edward   13

Conklin, Fithian   65

Conklin, Henry  100

Conklin, Henry, Jr.  96

Conkling – see also Conklin

Conkling, Benjamin   62

Conkling, Daniel   4

Conkling, David    35, 36, 59, 140, 141

Conkling, Edward   14, 30, 43, 45

Conkling, Henry    11, 20-23, 25, 27, 29, 38, 39, 41, 44, 46, 57, 59, 96, 159

Conkling, Isaac 65

Conkling, Jeremiah   34

Conkling, Jonathan   42, 185

Conkling, Jonathan S.   65

Conkling, Samuel   17, 142

Conkling, Simon   63

Conkling, William   54

Cook, Elizabeth   23

Cook, Jared   59, 152, 153

Cook, John, Jr.   26

Cuff, John   63

Cuff, Puah   4

Cyrus    26, 34 

 

David   82, 83

Davis, Benjamin   24-26

Davis, John   22

Davis, Mary   28

Dayton, Esq.   5l

Dayton, Daniel   155

Dayton, Harvey   115

Dayton, Jeremiah   4, 10, 13, 15, 16, 19, 23, 26, 27, 30, 37, 114, 115

Dayton, Jesse   3

Dayton, John (Captain)    43

Dayton, Jonathan  16, 24, 27, 131

Dayton, Josiah   17, 38, 39, 42, 54, 92

Dayton, Miller   8-12, 16-18, 20, 21, 23, 27, 29, 31, 34-37, 39, 42, 43, 46, 47, 52-55, 57, 58, 74, 75, 91, 185

Dayton, Miller, & Jeremiah Osborn & Co.   46

Dayton, Nathan   4, 7, 11, l4, 182

Dayton, Prince   16

Dayton, Samuel    3, 10-12, 27, 30, 31, 45, 49, 52, 101, 182

Dering, Sylvester   61

Dimon, Abraham   22

Dimon, David   12, 14, 20, 27, 28

Dimon, Isaac   46, 164, 165

Dimon, Joseph   19, 22, 47, 48, 164, 165

Dimon, Mary   13

Dominy, Nathaniel (Hook Mill)  2, 180

 

East Hampton school house   42

Edwards, Abraham   3-5, 7-10, 13, 16, 17, 19, 21, 22, 24, 27, 31, 32, 38, 39, 41, 42, 44, 45, 48, 49, 56, 57, 59, 62, 82

Edwards, David   29, 54, 83

Edwards, Dence   5

Edwards, Elihu   55

Edwards, Ephraim   47, 65

Edwards, Isaac   44, 126, 142, 143

Edwards, John   29, 37, 38, 47, 52, 54, 57

Edwards, Jonathan   38, 63, 64, 65

Edwards, Joseph   160, 161

Edwards, Lewis    64, 65

Edwards, Thomas   7, 65

Elsy   82

 

Field, Bill   63

Field, E.   2

Field, James  3

Field, Mary   62

Filer, Thomas   4, 154

Fithian, David   45

Fithian, Elisha   53, 55, 134, 135

Fithian, Enoch    9, 179 

Fithian, Jonathan   52, 140, 141

 

Gan, John  3, 45, 47, 49

Gann – see Gan

Gardiner, Abraham   32, 53, 59, 132, 133

Gardiner, Doc.  13, 14, 17, 18, 21, 23, 29, 38

Gardiner, Jeremiah   9, 14, 22, 37, 38, 40, 43, 49, 104

Gardiner, John L.   3, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14-16, 18, 23, 27, 30, 31, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44-48, 52, 55, 56, 146, 147, 149

Garret, John Joe   40

George   84, 85

Gold (Widow)  34

Gracie - see Gracy

Gracy, Archibald  15, 23, 26, 28, 30, 32, 47

 

Hand, Abraham    24,  26, 48, 170, 171

Hand, Eleazer    170, 171

Hand, Jacob    29

Hand, Jared    10, 42, 52, 58, 138, 139

Hand, Jasten (Doct.)   27

Hand, Nathaniel    5, 26, 36, 37, 45, 110, 111, 160, 161

Hand, Nathaniel, Jr,    160, 161

Hand, Mulford   30, 36, 40, 110, 111, 160

Harry (Old Harry)   34

Havens, John   40

Hedges, Christopher  15

Hedges, Daniel  12, 15, 20, 28, 48, 49, 54, 59, 62

Hedges, David   3, 6, 8, 18-21, 25, 29-32, 37, 38, 41, 53, 56, 59, 88, 89

Hedges, David (Captain)   43, 60

Hedges, Deacon   30

Hedges, Ebenezer   32, 38, 106, 107

Hedges, Elihu   52, 53, 118, 119

Hedges, Isaac   6, 12, 13, 21, 35, 37-40, 44, 47, 55, 146, 166, 167

Hedges, Isaac, Jr.   146

Hedges, Jacob   64

Hedges, Jesse   24, 25

Hedges, Matthew   54, 165

Hedges, Nathan  48, 52,53, 56, 62, 63, 178, 179

Hedges, Reuben  41

Hedges, Stephen   4, 5, 8, 9, 11, 12, 14-16, 18, 19

Hicks, Zacr.   51

Hoppin, Eunice  4, 6, 7

Hopping, Jacob  44

Howel, Stephen (Capt.)   22

Hunting, Abraham  19

Hunting, John   14

Huntington, Doctor  44, 45, 48, 52, 53, 59

Huntington, Abel (Doctor)   84, 85

(see also Hunttington, Abel)

Huntting, Abraham   39, 172, 173

Huntting, Jeremiah   172

Huntting, John   10, 15, 16, 19, 23, 25, 36, 41, 110

Huntting, William   172, 173

Hunttington, Abel   28

(see also Huntington, Doctor Abel)

 

Isaacs, Aaron   30, 31, 59, 156, 157

Isaac, Horris  105

Isaacs, Isaac   6

 

Jacobs, Abraham   2

Jeremiah   90, 166, 186

John   59, 90-93 

Jones, Ezekiel 12, 18

 

King, Barzilla   12, 41

King, David   65

King, Elizabeth   62

King, John   43

King, William   29

 

Latham, Hubbard   22

Lay, William   9

Leek, Abraham   46

Leek, Abraham, Jr.   43, 57

Leek, David   3, 4, 6, 8

Lester, D.   103

Lester, David   9, 32, 44, 45, 49, 54, 56, 59, 62, 76, 77

Lester, David, Junr,   154, 155

Levster, Nathaniel   5, 11, 13, 29, 62,  94, 150, 151

Lester, Talmage   76, 77

Lewis   61, 63, 68, 102, 124, 126, 146, 148, 162, 166, 184, 186

Loper, Mrs.   176

Loper, Henry   65

Loper, Mercy    4, 34

Loper, Pat    4, 6

 

Mason, Noah   7

Miller, A.   97

Miller, Abraham   24, 29, 39

Miller, Benjamin   53, 58, 62, 122, 123

Miller Dayton & Jeremiah Osborn & Co.   46

Miller, David   3, 6, 9, 10, 15, 19, 20, 25, 28, 29, 40, 41, 44, 47, 49, 52, 53, 57, 144, 145

Miller, Elisha   3, 5, 7, 11, 17, 22, 24, 39, 49, 75, 102, 103, 181

Miller, Gardiner   4, 8, 152, 153

Miller, Huntting   15, 16, 24, 106, 107, 155, 182

Miller, Jeremiah   14, 39, 59

Miller, Joel   6, 8, 9, 11, 13, 19, 35, 39, 46, 49, 108, 109

Miller, John   3, 58, 130, 131

Miller, Joseph, Jr.   63

Miller, Mary   72

Miller, Nathan   3, 4, 7, 13, 21, 36

Miller, Nathan, Jr.   35

Miller, Nathaniel   64

Miller, Nathaniel, Jr.   49

Miller, Samuel    64

Miller, Timothy   3, 4, 7, 11, 13, 20, 22, 34, 35, 39, 42, 48, 54, 55, 72, 73

Miller, William   35, 37

Mulford, Abraham   4, 6, 7, 13, 19-21, 63, 138, 139

Mulford, David   43

Mulford, Edward  113

Mulford, Elisha   7, 34, 58, 63

Mulford, Ezekiel   15, 18, 23, 27, 36, 38, 39, 43, 112, 113

Mulford, James P.   156

Mulford, John   39, 41, 46, 53, 104, 105

Mulford, Jonathan   3, 8, 23, 29, 34, 42, 47, 52, 56, 126, 127

Mulford, Jonathan, Jr.   38

Mulford, Josiah   19, 26, 42, 114, 115

Mulford, Ned   182

Mulford, Richard   84

Mulford, Samuell   23, 64

Mulford, Thomas   80

Mulford, William   9, 16, 23, 35, 45, 48, 53, 58, 59, 80, 115, 172

 

Nicoll, B.  84

 

Osborn, Abraham  16, 64

Osborn, Daniel   30, 158, 159

Osborn, Elisha, Jun.   181

Osborn, Elsy   140

Osborn, Hedges   5

Osborn, Henry   53, 54, 120, 121

Osborn, Jacob   17, 23, 54

Osborn, Jeremiah   38, 168, 169

Osborn, John  43

Osborn, Jonathan   24, 30, 31, 55, 56, 63, 66, 67, 185

Osborn, Joseph  16, 57, 58, 62, 120

Osborn, Philetus   53, 57, 63, 65, 174

Osborn, Silvanus  28

Osborn, Septimus   20, 23, 63

 

Palmer & Co., Chandler   65

Parsons, Abigail   28

Parsons, Abraham   37, 43, 47, 49, 53, 55-58, 63, 124, 125

Parsons, Abraham, Jun.   135-137

Parsons, Ambrose   23, 27, 33, 36, 42, 49

Parsons, Amilia   57, 63

Parsons, Benjamin   5, 6, 10, 34, 36, 45, 48, 112, 113

Parsons, Chloe   17, 20, 25, 35

Parsons, Collins   8, 10

Parsons, Eli   3, 4, 10-12, 15, 17, 20, 21, 23, 29, 32, 36, 38, 44, 49, 54, 137, 162, 182

Parsons, Elnathan  5, 7-9, 11, 13-22, 25-32, 35-41, 43-47, 49, 50, 53, 55-59, 63, 68, 69

Parsons, Hedges   53, 65

Parsons, Henry   7, 10, 13, 14, 59, 76, 77

Parsons, Jack  17

Parsons, Jemina  30

Parsons, John   10, 18, 37, 41, 156, 157

Parsons, Mary   12

Parsons, Merry  3, 11, 31, 43, 116, 117

Parsons, Mill   14, 30, 30, 37, 41

Parsons, Robert   20, 22, 37, 40, 57, 98

Parsons, Samuel   15

Parsons, Stephen   4, 7, 13, 24, 32

Parsons, Sylvanus  117

Parsons, William   4, 12, 13, 17, 18, 27, 31, 33, 37, 43, 44, 46, 49, 52, 53, 55, 58

Payne, Elisha   51, 52, 63, 150, 151

Payne, Ezekiel   6, 54, 65

Payne, Isaac   4, 5, 8, 9, 11, 17, 18, 21, 24, 34, 37, 42, 44, 56, 57, 59, 62, 70, 71

Penny, Joshua   168, 169

Pharaoh, S.   99

Pierson, Jeremiah   21

Pierson, Jesse   51

Pike, Miss   34

Pike, Selah   2, 4

Plato, Isaac 182

Prince   32

 

Ranger, Bering   22, 24, 174, 175

Ranger, Samuel   9, 10, 56, 58

Reeve, David   63

Ripley, Thomas   58

Rogers, Peleg   105

Rufus, Isaac   64

Rufus, Sylve   65

Ruth   104

Rysam, William   5, 6, 22, 23, 26, 32, 33

Rysam, William J.   35

 

Sandford, Ezekiel   45

Sands, Nathaniel   62

Scoy – see Van Scoy

Seth    24, 30, 32, 33, 40, 4l, 43, 45, 46, 50, 56, 184

Sherril, Abraham   9, 13, 15, 18, 19, 21, 25-27, 29, 33, 36, 39, 41, 47, 117, 158, 159

Sherril, Abraham, Jr.   21, 24, 30, 33, 43, 55, 116

Sherril, David   20, 54, 64

Sherril, Jacob   3, 7

Sherril, Jeremiah   43, 58

Sherril, Recompence   24, 64, 170, 171

Simons, Elijah   64

Smith, Josiah (of Moriches)   155

Stafford   89

Stephen   89

Stewart, Silas   41

Stratten, Jonathan   100

Stratten, Sally   6, 7

Stratten, Samuel   148

Stratton, Jonathan   28, 40, 44, 96, 101

Strong, Talmage   64

Strong, Thomas   65

 

Talmage, David   3, 7, 11-13, 15, 16, 18, 19, 21, 30, 33, 39, 40-43, 45, 48, 52, 54, 55, 90, 91, 182

[variously listed as Deacon Talmage, Deacon D. Talmage, or Deacon David Talmage]

Talmage, David, Jr.   56, 59, 62, 90

Talmage, David, II   102

Talmage, David, III    49, 103

Talmage, Jeremiah   7, 21, 25, 28, 31, 32, 35, 40, 43, 48, 53, 140-142

Talmage, Stephen   51

Tarbill, Phebe   108

Terry, James   9, 36, 126

Terry, Jeremiah   58

Terry, John   3, 5, 10-12, 14, 16, 17, 29-31, 34, 35, 44, 106, 107, 182

Terry, Samuel   134

Tillinghast, John   28, 41

Tillinghast, Joseph   9

Tillinghast, Thomas   20, 29, 52, 56, 134, 135, 137

Tuthill, Jonathan   19, 31, 41, 49, 52, 57, 62, 86

 

Van Scoy, David   15, 26, 28, 31, 54-56, 126, 127

Van Scoy, Isaac   7, 19

Van Scoy, Isaac, Jr.   19, 22, 62, 132, 133

 

Wade, Phebe   147

White, John   25, 58

William   69, 70, 146




Acc. 59x9a:  Account Book B of Nathaniel Dominy IV

[this account book is also available on microfilm, Mic. 245]

 

Index to Customers and Watch Owners (a separate index to watchmakers follows)

 

The volume has an index in front and some accounts are found there; in the index below, these names are listed being on page “index opposite M-N” or on the back of M-N. 

 

 

Customers and owners of watches:

 


 

Albertson, Wm. 212, 223, 227

Anderson, Mr.  231

Arthur, Thos. 190

Arthur, Wm.  212, 216, 217, 218 , 234

Asa  248

Asplund, J.  228

Atwell, Olliver 251    

Authur, Wm. 242

Avery, Capt. 196, 231, 252

 

Babbit, Seth    194

Babcock, Alexander    197

Babcock, Arnold    228, 234, 237a

Babcock, Stephen  2, 216

Babcock, Thos.     226

Babcock, Wm.     228

Babcox, Mr.     202

Babcox, Samuel  250

Babiex, Mr.  205

Backster - see Baxter

Bacon, Wm.     220

Bailey, Benjn. 231

Bailey, Elezr. 196

Bailey, Jno.  207, 223, 228, 229, 231

Baker, Mrs.   30

Baker, (widd.)  200

Baker, Abigail   30

Baker, Abraham 12, 125, 192, 197, 211, 214, 225, 231

Baker, Abraham, Jr.  123

Baker, Abm., III   199

Baker, Ananias 191, 193, 197, 237a

Baker, Danl. 195, 196, 215, 225, 232

Baker, Gardiner    204

Baker, Hannah    239

Baker, Henry   192, 195, 251

Baker,  Jacob    196

Baker, Jonathan    97, 190, 199, 225,  229,  238

Baker, Nathaniel    22, 215

Baker, Nathaniel, III  30, 38, 146

Baker, Samuel   3, 13, 28

Baker, Sarah   30

Baker, T.    219

Baker, Terry   94, 206, 207 

Baker, Thomas  5, 60, 94, 144, 152, 165, 169, 180, 190, 191, 195, 197-199, 203, 205, 225, 229, 230, 233,  237,  241-243, 245

Baker, Wm.  238, 242

Barclay, Capt. 205

Bardin, Peleg (Capt.)  243

Barnaby, Ambrose 200, 204

Barnes:  also spelled Barns

Barns, Capt.  243, 252

Barns, Abraham  11, 190, 192, 194, 198, 207, 210, 216, 218, 220, 222, 225, 229, 235, 237

Barns, Benjamin   249, 250

Barns, David  190, 193, 195, 203, 206, 229, 234

Barns, Eli   109

Barns, Isaac  58, 99

Barns, Jeremiah   201, 203

Barns, Jonathan   95

Barns, Joseph  29

Barns, L. (widow)  197

Barns, Matthew  58, 99, 201, 243, 244

Barns, Noah  232

Barns, Talmage  180, 190, 197

Barns, Wm. (Deacon)  29

Barns, Wm., Jr.   213

Barrill, Wm.  245

Barron, Edmund   94, 206, 210, 213, 215

Barron, Jno.  245

Bashford, Saml.  227

Bass, Saml.  252

Basset & W.  237a

Basset & Whittlesey  237

Bastand, Anthony   226

Bauldin, Amos  244

Bauns, Jno.  243, 249

Baxter, Capt.  223

Baxter, Mr.  222, 25l

 

Becwith - see Beckwith

Beckwith 214

Beckwith, Coll. 192, 196, 198, 199

            See also Beckwith, W.

Beckwith, Major 231, 237

Beckwith, Mr.  213-217, 226, 232, 248

Beckwith, Ingraham  168, 193

Beckwith, John  191

Beckwith, W. (Coll.)  190, 192-193, 196-197

            See also Beckwith, Coll.

Beckwith, Watrus  168, 180, 223, 226

Beebe: see also Beebee & Beeby

Beebe   201

Beebe, Capt.  210

Beebe, Joseph   236

Beebe, Thomas   33, 212, 213

see also Beeby

Beebee:  see also Beebe & Beeby

Beebee, Elnathan  244

Beebee, Noah  226

Beebee, Silas  223, 245

Beeby:  see also Beebe & Beebee

Beeby   226

Beeby, Bezaleel 203

Beeby,  Jason    202

Beeby, L. (Capt.)  219

Beeby, Thos. (Capt.)   216, 220, 223, 226

Beecher, Mr. 191, 233, 236, 238

Beel, Wm.  235

Beeman, Tim.  15, 231

Beemet(?), Jere.  195

Beers  202

Beers, Mr.  222

Beers, John  12, 227, 228

Belden, Jno.  206, 249, 251

Beldon  25l

Bell, Benjn. (Rev.)  192

Ben (mulatto)  63

Ben, Dence    240

Benjamin, Major    224

Benjamin, Isaac  229

Benjamin, Nathan  244

Benjamin, Wm.  203

Bennet: see also Bennett

Bennet, Mr.  192

Bennet, Abraham 229, 231, 237

Bennet, Diah(?)  192

Bennet, Gamaliel 181

Bennet, Jeremiah   133

Bennet, Jeremiah, Jr.   33

Bennet, Lester  45, 165, 191, 193, 197, 222, 225 

Bennet, William   132

Bennett: see  Bennet

 

Biram, Elihu 223

Bird, Rev. Mr.  219

Bishop, Serjt.     242

Bishop, David    245

Bishop, Saml.    190, 193, 194

Bishop, Susanah (widow)    214

Blackley, Mr. 223      

Blackley, Moses  220

Blindenburg:  see also Blyndenburg

Blindenburg, John  190

Blindenburgh, Richd. 229

Blyndenburg, Danl. 190

Blyndenburg, Thos. 190, 224

Blyndenburgh, Deacon 197

 

Bogart, C. (Capt.)  180, 197

Boisseure, Nathl.  234

Booth, Capt.  211

Booth, Austin  226, 234

Booth, Constt. 215

Booth, Joseph (Capt.)    242

Booth, Joseph    236

Booth, V.  234

Booth, Victor  226

Booth, Wm. 197, 234

Boreman, Chas.  251

Boreman, Levi   252

Bowditch (widow) 245

Bowditch, J. (Capt.) 190, 193, 236, 237a

Bowditch, Wm.   218

(also spelled Bowdridge)

Bower  21, 252

Bower, David   121

 

Bristex, N. B.  99

Broadbent, Dr. 220

Brodrick, John  219

Brown, Christopher  218, 221, 232, 234, 243, 251

Brown, Daniel  191, 245

Brown, David  193, 195, 237a

Brown, David (Capt.)  191

Brown, George  243

Brown, Gersham  242

Brown, Jere.  224, 229, 234

Brown, John   75, 202, 205, 224, 226, 229, 245

Brown, Jno. (Capt.)   208, 214, 218

Brown, Jonan.  200, 209

Brown, Joseph  229

Brown, Richd.  243

Brown, Saml  194, 229, 244

Bruister, Mr.  191, 222

Bruster, Nat.  214, 242

Bruster, Wm. 204, 24l, 245

Bucannon, Jas.  210

Buckminster, Mr.  251

Budd, Gilbert  223, 224, 227

Budd, Joshua  237

Budington, Oliver  204, 245

Buel, M. 236 

Buel, Samuel, Jr.   45

Buell, Doctr. 237a

Buell, Mr.  210, 242

Buell, Revd. Mr. 198, 201, 207, 224

Buell, Mrs.  14, 235, 237

Buffet  209, 217

Bunce, Joseph  190, 193, 224, 226

Bunce, Nathl.  192, 196, 198, 200, 228, 238

Bune, Joseph 236

Burnet, Mr.  204, 210

Burnet, Charles  217, 220, 224, 228, 232

Burnet, David  212, 216, 244

Burnet , Joseph 245

Burnet, Stephen 205, 233

Burnit: see Burnet

Burrows, Stephen  215

Bushnell, Alexander  223

Bushnell, Amzy  227, 229

Byram, Eliab  194

Bysam, Capt. 193

 

Campbell & Gardiner  194

Campbell, William  192, 194, 196, 229

Carman, Saml.  220, 222, 223, 232, 235, 238

Carpenter, John  219

Carter, Mr.  195

Case, Danl.  231, 235

Case, Jas. 237

Case, John 231

Case, Luther 231

Case, Moses L.  232, 236

Case, Wm.  110

Chadall, Revd. Mr. 205

Champlain, Jonan. 237

Chapman  252

Chappel  252

Chatfield, H.   11

Chatfield, Henry  226

Chatfield, John   18

Chester 252

Chester, Leonard 252

Chester, Stephen 251

Chitenden, A. (Dr.)   207

Christian, James 252

Claghorn, Coll.   125

Claghorn, Geog. (Coll.)  214

Clark – see also Clarke

Clark (widow)  210

Clark, A. (Capt.)     192, 224, 228, 237a

Clark, Frank W. 190

Clark, Joshua 200, 244

Clark, M. (Capt.)  190, 191, 218, 221-222, 224-225, 229, 236-237, 237a
Clark, Moses    214

Clark, Moses (Capt.)  216

Clark, Wm.    234

Clarke, Danford   252

Cleveland, Moses    229, 233, 236, 238

 

Cochran, Capt.   252

Cole, Revd. Mr.   226

Coleman: also see Colman

Coleman, Mr.  201, 203, 213

Coleman, Benjamin  191, 223, 22k, 229, 235

Collins, B.    195

Colman: also see Coleman

Colman   208, 217, 245

Colman, Benjm.  221

Colman, Benjn, Jr. 223

Colman, Nathl. 226

Colson  252

Comstock, Doctr. 235

Comstock, Benjn. 199

Congdon, Wm. 195, 196

Conklin – see also Conkling

Conklin, A. F. 198

Conklin, Alfred 193, 194, 196

Conklin, D. (Capt.)  197, 199

Conklin, D. (Doctr.)   228

Conklin, Daniel   42

Conklin, Harvey 193, 196

Conklin, Jonan. S.  194, 197, 199

Conklin, N., Esqr.  238

Conklin, Sherril 227

Conklin, Stephen 199

Conkling – see also Conklin

Conkling 250

Conkling, Abigail (widow)   227, 238

Conkling, Benjamin 200, 244

Conkling, Bethuel 221

Conkling, Cornelius 204

Conkling, D. (Doctr.)  235

Conkling, Daniel   40, 41, 70, 112, 157, 206, 211-213, 241-242

Conkling, Daniel, Jr.   142, 208

Conkling, David  8, 31, 203, 206, 214, 218, 250

Conkling, David (Dr.)   209, 215

Conkling, Davis   190, 195, 203, 205, 206, 224, 237

Conkling, Edward   142, 157, 250

Conkling, Eleazer 113, 204

Conkling, Elisha, Jr.   69

Conkling, Henry  10, 217, 220, 221, 222, 224, 229

Conkling, Henry, Jur.  225, 237a

Conkling, Isaac   57a, 200, 202, 241, 244

Conkling,  J. (Capt.)  218 ,_

Conkling, J. (Doctr.)   234

Conkling, Jacob   2, 64, 65, 67, 67a

Conkling, Jacob, Jr.   10

Conkling, Jedediah   10

Conkling, Jeremiah    60, 25l

Conkling, Joel    200,  208,  244

Conkling, Jno.    220, 233, 234

Conkling, Jonathan    47, 191,  213, 246, 250

Conkling, Jonathan S.   238

Conkling, Joseph (Capt.)   220, 222, 251

Conkling, Josiah  214

Conkling, Lewis 221, 233, 234, 237

Conkling, Luther  67a

Conkling, Mulford  30, 47, 243, 245

Conkling, Nathan   30, 37, 2l5, 224, 241, 242, 244

Conkling, Nathan, Jr.  47

Conkling, Ruth  230

Conkling, Samuel   200, 201, 203, 204, 211

Conkling, Sineus   57

Conkling, Sherril  191

Conkling, Thos. (Majr.). 246

Conkling, William   23

Conkling, Zebulon   31

Cook, Mr.   46, 205, 207

Cook, Henry  190, 193, 221, 233

Cook, James 218

Cook, Jared 191, 197

Cook, John 191, 195, 197, 199, 201 237a, 238

Cook, Jonan.  222, 242

Cook, Neh. B. 213

Cook, S. 227

Cook, Saml. 195

Cook, Silas 196

Cook, Silvs. 181, 199, 226, 227, 231-234

Cook, Steph. 192, 225, 229, 237

Cook, Sullivan 181, 196, 197

Cook, Theols. 194, 225

Cook, Topping 195

Coon, Thos.  237, 237a

Cooper, Mr. 194

Cooper, Amanias  195, 198, 200, 202, 205, 209, 212, 228, 237

Cooper, Caleb   110

Cooper, John 195, 242

Cooper, John H. 198

Cooper, Mattw.   196, 205, 212, 213, 220, 225, 229, 234, 237, 237a, 245

Cooper, Mattw. H.  216

Cooper, Stephen  12, 207

Cooper, Stephen, Jr.   12

Cooper, Thos.   234

Cooper, William 181, 195

Corey, Abram.  194, 195, 222

Corey, Benjn.  209

Corey, John 231, 237a

Corey, John B. 192, 223

Corey, Phineus 191, 195, 226, 231, 237

Cornwell, Stepn. W.  194

Corwin, Mr. 197

Corwin, Major    198

Corwin, Abel    191, 194, 213, 216

Corwin, Benjn. 237a

Corwin, Charles 238

Corwin, J. (Lieut.)   225

Corwin, Jacob 209

Corwin, John  194, 195, 243, 245

Corwin, Jno. (Lieut.)  221

Corwin, Jonan.  204

Corwin, Joshua  232

Corwin, Richd. 202, 204, 221

Corwin, Silas   index opposite M-N

Corwin, Wm. 191

Cornwithe, Caleb  213, 215, 217, 219, 224, 227, 237a

Corwithe, David  191, 238

Corwithe, Henry  201-203, 205, 215, 218, 221, 228, 234, 241

Corwithe, John   244

Corwithe, Saml  198, 233, 237a

Cory, Abraham  218

Cory, Benjn.  207

Cory, Braddock   30, 241, 246

Cram, Rev. Mr.  220, 225, 231

Crandle, Wells   222, 223

Crane, Mr.  217

Crank (Negro) 196

Crooker, Saml. 251

Crowell, J. (Capt.)  237

Crowell, Joseph 180

Cuff – see also Cuffe and Cuffee

Cuff, Amos   116, 139

Cuff, Peter  65, 67

Cuffe – see also Cuff and Cuffee

Cuffe, John   234

Cuffe, Paul  197

Cuffee – see also Cuff and Cuffe

Cuffee, Abram.   98

Cuffee, Oliver  192

Culver, Edward  40, 242, 243

Culver, Gersham  25l

Culver, Zeph   241

Cutlik Brothers  [no page number listed]

 

D., N.   225, 229, 232

            [perhaps Nathaniel Dominy]

Daggett, Revd. Mr. (H?)  193, 215, 224, 228, 232

Davall - see Devaul

Davenport, Revd. Mr. 200

Davis, Mr.   129

Davis, Benjamin 191, 193, 224, 228, 232, 236, 238

Davis, Elisha   5

            [spelled Davise]

Davis, Enos  202, 203, 207, 214, 224

            [also spelled Davise]

Davis, Goldsmith 228

Davis, Henry   211, 213, 216, 218, 220, 224

[also spelled Davise]

Davis, Isaac 180, 190

Davis, Jno.  24, 48, 124, 192, 193, 207, 213, 221, 224, 226, 231, 237

[also spelled Davise]

Davis, John, Jr.  250

Davis, Puah   5, 215, 217

Davis, Wicks 236

Davis, Zoptar?    244

[spelled Davise]

Davise - see  Davis

Day, David  222

Dayre, David (Lieut.)  209

Dayton, Esqr.  130, 194, 196, 197, 227, 234

Dayton, Lieut.   113

Dayton, Abm. 233

Dayton, Daniel  20, 241

Dayton, David.  201, 217, 228, 233, 246

Dayton, David, Jr.   205, 207, 211

Dayton, Elias   211

Dayton, Hannah  194

Dayton, Henry   9, 51-52, 55, 240-241, 244

Dayton, J. (Capt.)  204

Dayton, Jeremiah  193, 195, 196-198, 235

Dayton, Jesse   4, 6

Dayton, Jesper   222

Dayton, John  198

Dayton, John (Captain)  200

Dayton, Jonathan   20, 30, 134, 202, 203, 206, 211, 215-216, 218, 224

Dayton, Miller   155, 216, 224, 233

Dayton, N. (Lieut.)  216

Dayton, N. (Major)  231, 238

Dayton, Nathan   70, 88, 112, 157, 220, 223

Dayton, Phebe   92

Dayton, Robert  200, 203, 238

Dayton, Samuel  55, 180, 250

Dayton, Seldon  197

 

Deal, George  252

Dearing – see also Dering

Dearing, H.  91

Dearing, Harry  207-209, 213-214

Dearing, Henry - see Dearing, Harry

Dearing, Sylvester  181, 202, 205

Dearing, T.  201

Dee, Danl.  207, 252

Deming(?), Capt.  252

Denison, Saml.  190, 220, 222, 229

Denton, John   237

Dering – see also Dearing

Dering, H. P.   181, 190, 191, 195, 196, 202, 214-219, 221, 222, 228, 232, 233

Dering, S. (Coll.)   211, 213, 215, 218, 221, 224, 226, 231-233, 237A

Dering, S. (Genl.) 192, 193, 195

Devaul, Phineas  210, 225, 229, 234, 235, 237a

Devaul, Wm.  201, 203, 206, 245

 

Diamond – see also Dimon and Dimond

Diamond, Abraham   6

Diamond, Isaac  6

Diamond, Joseph   6

Dibble, Isaiah  202, 210, 215, 245

Dibble, Lewis  205

Dibble, Thomas   74

Dickinson, Capt   206, 252

Dimon – see also Diamond and Dimond

Dimon, David  43, 194

Dimon, Mary   43

Dimond, Joseph  225, 228, 234

 

Dodge, Condtr. 243

Dominy, Clara  239

Dominy, H.   10, 65, 152

Dominy, Hannah   239

Dominy, Hannah Baker  239

Dominy, Henry   40, 249

Dominy, John   113, 139, 203, 205, 207, 212, 215, 216, 219, 223, 231

Dominy, Leah  239

Dominy, Mary  239

Dominy, N.   18, 23, 52, 1435, 161, 252

Dominy, Nathaniel   9, 46, 49, 57a, 62, 67a, 70, 81, 88, 89a, 104, 126, 150, 239, 242, 246, 249, index opposite M-N

Dominy, Phebe  239

Dominy, Urania  239

Douglas, C.  221

Douglas, Chas. 197, 198, 225, 227, 229, 235, 237a, 238

Downs, D.  209

Downs, Danl. 223

Downs, Jas.  227

Downs, John  237

Drake  206

Duglas - see Douglas

Dyer, Caleb  231

 

East Hampton  200, 249, 250

Edmonds, Jno.  56

Edwards  213

Edwards, Capt.  109

Edwards, Major   220, 237

Edwards, Mr.   24

Edwards, A.  17

Edwards, Abraham  76, 153

Edwards, Bethul  191, 196, 197, 199, 236, 238

Edwards, Danl. 197, 198, 231

Edwards, David   76, 83, 98a, 153

Edwards, Elihu 194, 195, 198, 222, 236, 238, 240

Edwards, Elisha  181, 197

Edwards, Gersham  220, 238, 245

Edwards, Henry  33, 195, 204, 211, 212, 237a

Edwards, Isaac  18, 180, 196

Edwards, Jas.  194, 197, 198

Edwards, Jane 230

Edwards, Jeremiah   68

Edwards, John   32, 33, 192, 196, 198, 203, 213, 214, 216, 218, 221-223, 227, 233, 234, 238, 242, 244

Edwards, Jonathan 191, 193, 208, 237a

Edwards, Jonan., Jr.   234

Edwards, Joseph   32

Edwards, Lewis  195

Edwards, Miller  236

Edwards, Saml.  233, 235, 238

Edwards, Silas  233

Edwards, Stepn. 237a

Edwards, Thomas  119, 197, 200, 203, 205, 209, 238, 241, 244, 245

Eels, David  214, 216

Eldrege  237

Eldridge, Abner  196, 238

Eldridge, Simeon  234

Ellis, Joseph   21

Ellis, Thos.  231

Eson, Capt. 231

Eyre, William 249

 

Fanning, Jas.  245

Farnam, Sarah   5

Fich or Fick, Mr. 252

Field, Dr. 252

Field, B. S. 197

Field, Henry 194

Field, Saml.  191, 240

Field, Silve 197

Field, Sol.  198

Filer, A.  219, 220

Filer, Alpheus  223, 236

Filer, Thomas  38, 190, 191, 218, 219, 237, 250

Fisk, Capt.  251

Fithian, Capt.   94

Fithian, David (Capt.)   21

Fithian, Elisha  196, 198

Fithian, Enoch 190, 194, 198, 229, 236

Fithian, Jonathan  180

Floyd, Genrl.    202, 219, 223, 238

[also listed Coll. Floyd,  probably Nicoll Floyd]

Floyd, Nicoll  190, 192, 197, 218, 220, 223, 228, 234, 237

[variously listed as Coll. N. Floyd & Major N. Floyd]

Foote, Saml. Edm.  196

Forbs, Mr.   252

Forbs, Eliphatel   252

Fordam – see also Fordham

Fordam   214

Fordham, Capt.   56, 104, 200, 206, 208, 213, 214

Fordham, Esqr.  210, 236

Fordham,  Mrs.   102

Fordham, Revd. Mr. 200

Fordham., Abrm.  201, 244, 246

Fordham, Danl. (Capt.)   194, 200, 207-209, 212, 215-216, 218-219, 221, 224, 237a, 238, 249

[variously listed as Daniel Fordham, Capt. D. Fordham, Daniel Fordham, Jr.]

Fordham, Ephaim (Capt.)   20h, 243
Fordham, J. (Capt.)  220, 225

Fordham, Jas.  193, 194, 237a, 238

Fordham, Jarins  214-216, 220, 229, 232, 235

Fordham, John   195, 204,  214, 216, 220, 222, 237

[variously listed as John Fordham, Jr., and Capt. John Fordham)   

Fordham, N. (Esqr.)   229

Fordham, N. (Capt.) 199, 228, 233, 237a
Fordham, Peltire 193, 195

Fordham, Saml.  215, 216, 220, 221, 223, 231, 237

Fordham, Thads.  215, 216, 219, 235

Foreman, Joseph  223

Fortune, Capt.  252

Fosdick, R.  228

Foster, Abram. 231

Foster. Benjn.  232

Foster, Danl.  243-24

Foster, Dick  244

Foster, Josiah  196

Foster, Luke  201, 203, 205

Foster, Luther   212

Foster, Rufus  204, 211, 212

Foster, Saml.  221

Foster, Whiten   191, 192, 198, 209, 217, 220, 224, 234, 240

Foster, Wm.  228, 232

Fournier, Barnabas 191

Fournier, Saml. 199

Fowler, Capt.  192, 220, 226, 231

Fowler, David  240

Fowler, John   237a

Franklin, Abel   231, 233

Franklin, Joshua  233, 235

Franklin, Stephen   245

Franklin, Walter 196

Franks, Jno.  205, 212, 214, 228, 232, 236, 237a, 251

Frazier, Mr.  203

Frothingham, D.  231

Furman, John  220

 

G., Dr.   234

G & F   232, 233

G & G   236

G, H. & D.   236

            [perhaps Gelston?]

G., N. (Doctr.)  232

Gable, Alfred  198

Gabriel Mills  191

Gale, Benj.  242

Gan, John   130, 193

Gann - see Gan

Garard, Chas. 233

Gardiner, Coll. 242

Gardiner, Doct. 206, 220, 227, 232

Gardiner, Mrs.  237

Gardiner, A.  64

Gardiner, Aaron  190

Gardiner, Abraham   91, 131, 134, 192, 194, 196, 198-200, 204, 219, 227, 233, 237, 237a, 240

[variously listed as Capt. A. Gardiner, Capt. Abram. Gardiner, and Abram Gardiner, Jr.]

Gardiner, Abraham H. 180

Gardiner, David   81, 191, 192, 210, 220, 236, index opposite M-N

Gardiner, J.   65, 199

Gardiner, J. L.  199, 216, 237a

Gardiner, J. L. (Mrs.)   197

Gardiner, Jeremiah   115

Gardiner, John    89, 191, 193, 200-201, 207, 210, 212-215, 219, 222-224, 227, 232-233, 236-237, 246, 251

Gardiner, John (scholar)   2

Gardiner, John (Isle of Wight)   81

Gardiner, John (Smithtown)   81

Gardiner, John D.    190, 192, 193, 195, 237a           

Gardiner, John L.    211, 235

Gardiner, John Lyon   131

Gardiner,  Jonan.   220, 229

Gardiner, Matthew   131, 191, 218, 220, 222, 224, 226, 229, 235, 237a

Gardiner, N. (Dr.)     163, 207, 211, 217, 227, 228, 236 

Gardiner, Nath    91, 201, 208 

Gardiner, Phebe (widow)    227

Gardiner,  Robert    180, 192, 195, 199

Gardiner,  Saml.   180, 191, 192, 196, 197, 200

Gardiner, Silas Osborn (Negro)  180

Gardiner, Thos.  206

Gates  211, 213

Gates, Capt.  65, 120, 205, 209, 212, 217

Gates, C. (Capt.)   216

Gates, Caleb   213-215

Gates, Joseph  215

 

Gelston, David  193, 225-228, 232-233, 236, 237, 237a

Gelston, David, Jr.  223

Gelston, H. & D. 194, 236

Gelston, Hugh   180, 203, 205, 210-212, 215, 220, 222-224, 226

Gelston, John  180, 190-191, 199-200, 202-203, 209, 212, 216, 218, 220, 228, 231, 233, 235, 237a

Gelston, John, Jr.  231

Gelston, Malby   208

Gelston, Malby, Jr.   208

Gelston, T.  199

Gelston, Thos.  190, 193, 198-200, 209, 211-214, 220-221, 223, 225, 227, 233, 235-237

Gelston, Thos., Jr.  226

Gelston, Wm.  201, 202

Genin – see also Ginin and Ginnin

Genin   199

Genin, J.  231

Genin, John N.  180, 235

Gerard, Joseph   232

German – see also Jermain

German, Mr. 244

German, Jno.  88, 202, 205, 208, 211, 245
Gibbs, Mr.  200

Gibbs, Mr., Jr.  208, 214

Gibbsies, Mr.   49

Gibson, Wm. 222

Gilman, Danl.  211, 216, 218-220

Gilmore, John  193, 195, 197

Gilson, Hugh  241

Gilson, Thos.   242, 243

Gilston, John   225

Ginin – see also Genin and Ginnin

Ginin, J. N.  199

Ginnin, Mr.   219, 221, 223

Glsd. & Fordm.(?)   228

Gleeson, Revd. Mr.  193

Gleston, Mr. (i.e. Gelston?)  238

Glover, Benjn.  191

Glover, David   110, 211, 219, 228

Glover, Erastus   194

Glover, Grover   204

Glover, Joseph 193, 194, 231

Glover, N. B.  191

Godbe, Gapt. 199

Godbee, Jno. 210, 231, 236

Goldsmith, Mr. 241, 243

Goldsmith, Mrs. 235

Goldsmith, Revd. Mr.   241, 242

Goldsmith, Joseph   237, 242

Goldsmith, Thos.  232

Goldsmith, Wm.   244

Gonoer(?), Juan Anto.  180

Gracie, Mr.  191, 232

Grant, Walter  245

Grant, Temperance   5

Green, Revd. Mr. 237

Greenfield (Star?) 25l

Griffen, Mr.  202, 225, 227

Griffen, A. T. 226

Griffen, Danl. (Capt.)   251

Griffen, Jas.  201, 212

Griffen, John   224, 227, 236

Griffen, N.   202

Griffen, Sam   223, 225, 252

Griffen, Stephen   228

Griffing, A. 190

Griffing, Augustus  192, 226, 229

Griffing, Amon T.  229, 232, 234

Griffing, John   229, 231

Grover, Phineas  251

Gysip – see also Jysip, Jisip, and Jessup

Gysip, Zeb   208, 243

 

Haff or Hass, Jas.   242

Hailey, Capt.  214

Haines, Job  227

Hains, Ezra  236

Hains, Daniel H.  180

Hains, Howell   198

Halfpenny, Jno.  252

Hall, Mr.  191, 195

Hall, Mrs. 199

Hall, Revd. Mr.  229, 237a

Hall, Hiland   252

Hall, Wm. 190, 194

Hallack - see Hallock

Hallock, Mr.  198, 225, 228

Hallock, Capt.  241

Hallock, Benjn.  198

Hallock, Caleb 242

Hallock, David  206, 210, 219, 227, 236

Hallock, Ezra  216, 223

Hallock, Jas.  192

Hallock, Joseph  236

Hallock, Peter  227

Halsey, Abm.   192, 226, 231

Halsey, Bazilla   225

Halsey, Cornelius   243

Halsey, Danl.  192, 199, 206, 208, 213, 237a, 238

Halsey, David   226

Halsey, Elihu  195, 197

Halsey, Elisha   232

 Halsey, F.   217

Halsey, F. (Revd.) 195, 232

Halsey, Fredk. (Revd.)   229

Halsey, Frederick   197, 213

Halsey, Gabriel   195, 199, 237a

Halsey, Gideon   202, 210, 218, 220, 238, 244

Halsey, Henry   233

Halsey, Hezekiah   229

Halsey, Hobart   197

Halsey, Hubert  196

Halsey, Hudson  190, 231

Halsey, Isaac   219, 229

Halsey, James  180, 191, 195, 196, 237

Halsey, Jason  195

Halsey, Jere.  191, 237a

Halsey, Jesse  193, 197

Halsey, Job   223, 225, 227, 231, 232, 234

Halsey, John  194, 233, 243, 245

Halsey, Jonan.  242

Halsey, Leml. H.  195

Halsey, Luther  190, 196, 199, 222-223, 228-229, 232, 236, 237a

Halsey, Paul  196, 202, 214, 221

Halsey, Peter  243

Halsey, Saml. 180, 194, 199

Halsey, Saml. A.  180

Halsey, Simeon  180, 196, 199, 207, 209, 214, 216

Halsey, Timothy   223

Halsey, Wm.   228

Halsey, Z. (Capt.)  224

Halsey, Zebulon   207, 212, 215, 218

Halsey, Zopher  191, 193, 195

Hambleton, Nathl.  237

Hamilton, Mr.   210, 215

Hamilton, Nathl.  180, 194, 196, 236

Hammond 226

Hammond, Danl.  191, 228

Hammond, Henry   205

Hanable, David   240

Hanable, Hannah 240

Hand   228

Hand, Esqr.  191, 196, 233, 237

Hand, Abraham  17, 50, 190, 193, 199, 202, 204, 208, 212, 215, 219, 223, 231, 235, 242, 246

Hand, Daniel   250

Hand, David  195, 196, 231, 233, 237, 238, 245

Hand, Eleazer   192

Hand, Isaac   210, 214, 217

Hand, Israel   209, 231

Hand, Jacob   202, 219, 226, 228, 235, 244

Hand, Jared   135, 160, 206, 209, 212, 214, 216, 235, 243  

Hand, Jason    202

Hand, Jno., Jur.   207, 235

Hand,  Josiah    190,  222,  232

Hand, Mulford    217,  222

Hand, N.     242

Hand, Nathaniel    166, 180, 200, 208, 213, 223, 241, 242, 245  

Hand, Nathl., Esqr.    227

Hand, Nathaniel, Jr.    191, 193, 197, 237

Hand, S. (Capt.)   233

Hand, Sarah   230

Hand, Silas   229

Hand, Zimri  195, 225

Harley, Jas. 193

Harlow, Sullivan  231, 235

Harris, Danl.  194, 199, 237

Harris, Thos.  221, 225, 228, 232, 234, 236

Harris, Thos. L.  180, 190, 193, 194, 196, 198, 199

Hart, Chas.  193

Hart, Daniel   242, 244

Hart, Joseph   252

Hart, Saml.  195

Hartford, William   251

Hatlock  193

Havens & Howe11 229

Havens   56

Havens, Widow  193, 215-217, 235

Havens, Augustus   235

Havens, Brt. (Doctr.)   234

Havens, Byram   233, 234

Havens, Chas.  193, 233, 238

Havens, Conkling   232

Havens, Constant   205, 217, 221

Havens, Danl.     241, 244, 245, 246

Havens, Desire 227, 232

Havens, Ezkl. 193

Havens, Fran  180, 218

Havens, Francis  228, 233, 237a, 238

Havens. Frank   204, 235

Havens, Geo.  245

Havens, J. (Capt.)   234, 237a

Havens, J. (Doctr.)  219, 224, 229, 232

Havens, J. (Esqr.)   216

Havens, J. N.   209, 222, 228

Havens, Jabesh   221

Havens, Jas.  200, 206, 210, 217, 221, 227, 234

Havens, Jeremiah   203, 215, 217, 236

Havens, John  197

Havens, Jno. (Capt.)   209, 223, 231

Havens, John J.  228

Havens, Jonathan   56, 200, 201, 205, 225, 249, 250

Havens, Kate   222

Havens, Merodock   236

Havens, Nathl. 193, 227

Havens, Nicoll   243, 244

Havens, Obediah  193, 199-201, 204, 219, 225, 226, 232, 236, 250

Havens, Paul   229

Havens, Peter   225

Havens, Phebe (widow)   211, 217

Havens, Rancelor [i.e. Rensselaer?]  207, 208

Havens, Rensselaer  218, 221, 221, 224, 228, 234

Havens, Selah   244

Havens, Silas  190, 217, 221, 225, 229, 231, 234, 237

Havens, Wm. (Capt.)   201, 203, 214, 223, 250

Hawk, John   13

Hawkens - see Hawkins

Hawkins, Danl.  237

Hawkins, Robert   228, 235

Hawkins, Willm.  180

Hawkins, Z.   228

Hawkins, Zachariah   225

Haynes, Henry   204, 208, 210-212, 222, 224, 245

Haynes,  Job    223

Haynes, John    223

Hayward,  Putnam    251

Hazard, Mr.    236
Hazard, Revd. Mr.     226, 233

Hazelton, James   89, 89a

 

Hedges, Deacon    212,  218

Hedges,  Dr.     250, Index opposite M-N

Hedges, Mr.    55, 240

Hedges, Abraham    9, 170, 214

Hedges, Abraham, Jr.    170

Hedges, Benjamin    34, 85, 241

Hedges, Caleb   190, 221, 226, 232, 237

Hedges, Chatfield   3

Hedges, Christopher    190, 193, 195, 201, 204-205, 208, 210, 213, 215, 218, 222, 225, 229, 235, 246

Hedges, D. (Capt.)  219, 221, 222

Hedges, D. D.  190, 221

Hedges, Deacon D. 224, 227, 228, 236

            [Deacon is possibly a title, not a first name]

Hedges, Daniel   11, 26, 167, 192, 195-196, 198-199, 201, 203, 209, 211, 214-215, 219, 224, 227, 232, 237

Hedges, Danl., Jr.     216

Hedges, David     16-17, 149, 164, 228, 233-234, 241, 243

Hedges, Ebenezer    145, 196, 200, 202, 203, 206, 210-211, 216, 220, 226, 235, 249 

Hedges, Elias  205, 208

Hedges, Elihu   22, 229

Hedges, Elizabeth   13

Hedges, Gardiner  190

Hedges, Isaac   9, 38, 180, 191, 199, 225, 234, 237a, 238

Hedges, J.   219

Hedges, J. (Dr.)   207, 219

Hedges, J. C.   216, 224

Hedges, Jacob   36, 88a

Hedges, Jeremiah (Dr.)   56, 211, 250

Hedges, Jesse   165, 180, 215, 218-220, 224-226, 228

Hedges, Job   190, 238

Hedges, John   26

Hedges, Jonan.   217, 219

Hedges, Joseph   192, 215, 237a, 238, index opposite M-N

Hedges, Joseph (Dr.)   208

Hedges, Josiah    index opposite M-N

Hedges, Matthew   30, 233, 245

Hedges, N. (Capt.)   250

Hedges, Nathan    206

Hedges, Nathl.   227

Hedges, Philip   200-201, 210, 213, 215, 218, 226, 232, 237a, 243, 245

Hedges, Reuben   216, 219, 252

Hedges, Sally (widow)  194

Hedges, Stafford   163, 197

Hedges, Stephen   106, 149, 181, 200, 202, 229

Hedges, Stephen, Jur.   204

Hedges, Thos.   99

Hedges, Timothy   237a

Hedges, Wilks   226, 227, 231

Hedges, William   3, 56

Hedges, William, Junr.  [no page number given]

Height, Olliver  199

Helme, Capt.  191

Helme, Betsey   231

Helms, Saml.    252

Helms, W. (Capt.)   223

Helms, Wm.   206

Hempsted, Dr.   251

Hempsted, Widow    208, 246

Hempsted, Robt. 241

Henry, Mr.   226

Herrick, Capt.     244

Herrick, Deacon    204, 206

Herrick, Edwd.    219

Herrick, Geo. (Capt.)    242, 243

Herrick, Micajah    241, 246

Hevack, Michael    196

 

Hicks – see also Hix

Hicks, Capt.    214

Hicks, Bethiah    230

Hicks, Danl.    213

Higbie,  Aaron    244

Higby, Mr.     241, 243

Hiks – see Hicks

Hildreth, Capt.   219

Hildreth, J. (Capt.)   190, 234

Hildreth, Jno.    190, 206, 210, 220, 228

Hildreth, L.  223, 225, 234

Hildreth, Noah    245-246

[spelled Hilldreth]

Hildreth, Saml. 181

Hildreth, Septemus   221, 222

Hildridge, Joshua   243

Hildridge, Luthur   242-245

Hill, Mr.     213

Hill, Ithuel    222, 228, 232,  233, 236

Hill, Phins.  223

Hilton, Mr.  195

Hinchman, Robt.   242

 

Hix – see also Hicks

Hix, Capt.  209

Hix, Danl.   201, 202, 206

Hix, J. (Capt.)   209

Hix, Jacob  201, 208

Hix, Joseph   82

Hobert, B. K.  221, 232, 236, 237

Holmes, John   227

Homan   231

Homan, Benjn.  225

Homan, Dd.  180

Homan, Gilbert   234

Homan, Isaac  234, 235

Homan, Joseph   190, 223

Homan, Phineas   201

Homan, Saml.   197

Homedieu - see Hommedieu

Hommedieu, Chas. L.  190, 223, 226, 227, 229, 235

Homedieu, Eph. L. (Capt.)   216

Hommedieu, Ezra L.  194, 213, 220,  228, 233

Hommedieu, Sam. L.    180, 194, 195, 214, 226

Hommedieu, Sylvester, L.  231

Hopkins, Saml.  191, 192, 236

Hopping, Daniel   43

Hopping, E.  23

Hopping, Eunice  43

Hopping, John   4

Hopping, Mary   43

Horton, Deacon   202, 208, 210, 232

Horton, Danl.   220

Horton, Gilbert  180

Horton, Havens   225

Horton, Jas.  190, 207, 214, 224, 231-233

Horton, Jonan.  233

Hosford, Dr.    252

How(?), John    250

Howard, J. (Doctr.)  193, 228, 234

Howard, John (Doctr.)   231

Howel - see Howell

Howell, Mr.  218, 242

Howell, Capt.   109

Howell, Abner   196

Howell, Danl 208, 215

Howell, David   193, 202, 205, 213, 224

Howell, Elias   195, 243

Howell, Elihu  195, 204, 236

Howell, Ezekl.   200, 201

Howell, Geo.   250

Howell, Henry  197

Howell, Jno.   203

Howell, Jonan.   201, 206, 212, 221, 243, 246

Howell, Joseph   244

Howell, Josiah   61, 191, 205, 219, 242, 245

Howell, Lewis   181, 227, 237a

Howell, Matthew  195, 202-203, 206, 208, 210, 212, 214, 217, 221, 223, 238, 243

Howell, Micah   201, 204, 208

Howell, Michael  241, 244

            [first name also spelled Mikel]

Howell, Moses   229

Howell, Peter   40, 241, 242, 245

Howell, Rich.   241

Howell, S. (Capt. S.)  180, 221, 233,

Howell, Samuel   180, 192, 195, 201, 205-206, 214, 216, 220, 225, 231, 237, 238

Howell, Silas  191-192, 201-202, 206, 208, 215, 217, 221, 223-226, 234, 237, 245

Howell, Silva (Capt.)   180, 194, 196, 198, 199

Howell, Simon   180, 199, 233

Howell, Stephen   202, 204-206, 211, 214, 243

Howell, Sylva   192

Howell, Wm.   190

Howe11, Zebulon   250

Huddy, Mr.   192, 238

Huddy, Thos.  191

Hudson, Mr.   218, 220

Hudson, Henry   237, 245

Hudson, Jno.   241, 250

Hudson, Lemuel   191, 201, 204, 214

Hughs, Condtr.   243

Hulbert, Coll.   201, 205, 212, 252

Hulbert, Judge   219, 222, 227

Hunter, Mr.  252

Hunting – also spelled as Huntting, but all names entered under Hunting

Hunting, Abraham   180, 195-198, 223, 234-236, 237a   

[see also Abraham Huntting]

Hunting, B. (Coll.)      194

Hunting, Benj.    241

Hunting,  Isaac    200

Hunting, J.     195

Hunting, J. (Revd.)   197, 198

Hunting, Jeremiah    118, 237a 

Hunting, John    25, 208

[see also Huntting]

Hunting,  Jonan.     192, 228, 233, 234

Hunting, Nathaniel   25

Hunting, Nathaniel, Jr.   25

Hunting, Saml.    191, 192, 195-196, 226, 227

Hunting, William   118

Huntington    222

Huntington, Doctor    136, 228, 237a

Huntington, A. (Doctr.)    191, 193-194, 196, 198, 229, 236

Huntington, Abel (Doctor)    161

[also spelled Hunttington]

Huntington, David   196, 197

Huntting - see Hunting

Hurdy, Mr.  190

Hutchinson, Doctr.    3, 8, 81, 86, 134, 145, 201, 204, 209, 211, 241

Hutchinson, B.     202

Hutchinson, Benjn.   212, 229, 233

Hutchinson, Eli    231, 236

Hutchinson, H.    218                          

Hutchinson, H. P.    219, 225, 227

Hutchinson, Hannah   59, 98a

Hutchinson, Henry P.     222

Hutchinson, Saml., Jur.   70, 79, 208

Hyde, Jas.     222                      

 

Indians   101

Isaacs, Mr.    30, 201-203, 205, 207, 210, 212, 214, 216

Isaacs, Mrs.  229, 234

Isaacs, A. 196

Isaacs, Aaron   100-105, 199-200, 205, 209, 211, 215, 224, 227, 235, 237a, 241-242, 251

Isaacs, Aaron, Jr.   68, 203, 209, 214, 216, 219, 249

Isaacs, Cate   235

Isaacs, Dick   225

Isaacs, I. (Capt.)  191, 193, 224-225, 229, 232

Isaacs, Isaac   127, 202, 211, 245

Isaacs, John   197, 231

Isaacs, John M.  192, 237

Isaacs, Mary    104

Isaacs, Saml.   72, 105, 181, 191, 204, 208-209, 211-212, 217, 219-225, 234, 236

Isaacs, W.   193

 

J., A.   232

Jager - see Jagger

Jagger   221

Jagger (widow)   192, 228

Jagger, James   229

Jagger, Jonan.   207, 208

Jagger, Saml.   226

Jagger, Stephen   241

Jayne, Arcabald  198

Jennens, Mr.   252

Jennings, Nathl.  194

Jennings, Nicolls   194, 229

[also spelled Jenyns]

Jenyns - see Jennings; see also Jinnens and Jinnings

Jermain – see also German

Jermain, Alanson  196

Jermain, John    33, 214-215, 218, 221, 228

Jermain, Lanson    194

Jermain, S. P.    233, 236

Jessup – see also Gysip, Jisip, and Jysip

Jessup, Silas   197

Jillet, Mr.    24, 213

Jillet, E.  236

Jinnens – see also Jennings

Jinnens, Lemt.   24, 242

Jinnens, Saml.   241

Jinnings – see also Jennings

Jinnings   227

Jisip – see also Jessup, Jysip and Gysip

Jisip, Silas   56

Jones, Capt.  212

Jones, Mr.    25, 213, 217-218

Jones, Elias  194, 219, 220

Jones, Elizabeth   60

Jones, Ezekiel   195

Jones, Jereme   202, 208, 211

Jones, Tom   70, 201, 241, 244

Jysip - see also Gysip, Jessup, and Jisip

Jysip, Capt.  213

Jysup, Ebzr.  210

Jysup, Isaac  243

 

Kenney, J.   222

Ketcham   223

Ketcham, Oliver   221

Ketcham, Scudder   220

King, Benjn.  193, 195, 197, 199, 223, 229, 232, 235, 237, 242, 252

King, Daniel   41

King, Edwd.  223, 225

King, Elisha   213, 214

King, F. (Capt.)  196, 228

King, Frederick   216, 217

King, Henry   201

King, Jere.  144, 165, 192, 194-195, 200, 204, 219, 222, 240, 249

King, John  192, 195, 209, 217, 231, 232

King, Leml.   216, 217

King, Miller  192

King, Phins.   235

King, William   191, 196

Kirl, Mr.   241

 

Landon, Esqr.   207

Landon, Mrs.  199

Landon, J., Esqr.   198, 217, 236

Landon, Saml.   25l

Latham, Mr.    201

Latham, Danl.   195, 237

Latham, H. (Capt.)   109,  232

Latham, Hubbard    241

Latham, Hubert    109, 190, 235, 236, 244, 245

Latham, Hubt., Jr.     219-221, 236

Latham, Robert,  Jr.     217, 222, 225, 229

Lathan, P. (Capt.)   199, 219, 221, 223, 226, 232

Latimer, Solomon   251

Lawton, Elijah L.   235

L'Conuale(?), Thom.   198

 

Leek, Abraham   38

Leek, Benjamin   16, 191, 208, 210, 215, 216, 219

Leek, Daniel   42

Leek, David   16, 17, 150, 192, 202, 205, 207, 211, 213, 245

Leek, David, Jr.   98

Leek, Isaac  190, 192, 197-199

Leek, M. (widow)   235

Leek, Philip   217, 222, 225

Lefferd, Mr.   200

Lester, Mr.   168

Lester, David   30, 107, 195, 197, 198, 200, 202, 203, 222, 241

Lester, Henry   196

Lester, John   97, 204, 206, 207, 209, 212, 214

Lester, Nathaniel   180, 193

Lewis, Mr.   251

Lewis, John   237

Lhomedieu - see also Hommedieu

Lhomedieu, Ephraim   200, 241, 242, 244

 

Lincoln, Nathl.   226

Lindsley, Mr.   238

Littlefield, Esqr.   245

Lockwood, Mr.   252

Lonree, Peter Grue   191

Loper, Abram.  191

Loper, Amos   72

Loper, Cloe   230

Loper, Daniel   48, 84

Loper, David   181, 193

Loper, Experience   1

Loper, Henry   223

Loper, J. 194

Loper, Jared   180, 191, 196, 222

Loper, Jason   180, 190, 194,  216

Loper, Luther  193, 231, 237a

Loper, Mercy    84, 230

Loper, William   1

Lord, S. P.   201, 205, 25l

Lord, Saml   210, 216

 

Luce, Abm.  199

Luce, John S.  191

Ludlam   212

Ludlam, Abram   229

Ludlam, Anthony   200, 202, 204

Ludlam, Henry   245

Ludlow, Bil   199

Lugar, Geoe.  234, 235

Lupton, David  190

Lupton, John   193, 197

Lyman, Mr.   25l, 252

 

M., A. & Co.   135

Malcom, Hugh   222

Mallery, Mr.    235

Mallery, J.   190

Massy(?), N.  251

Matson, Israel   237

Matthews, Elias   202, 207, 215, 218, 219, 251

Mayo, Isaac   190

McCarte, Joseph   243

McCluah, Jas.  200, 241

McCluey, Jas.  243

McCollum, Hugh   200, 203, 206

McDaniel, Capt.   246

McDavid, Jas.   25l, 252

McKy, Cornelius   191

McPharson, Lieutnt.    243

Melvell, Wm.   208, 209

Merrick, P.(?) W.   193

Merrifield, Abram.   232

 

Miller, Esqr.   204, 212, 235, 237, 203

Miller, Squire   180

Miller, A. (Esqr.)   208, 216, 220, 227, 238

Miller, Abraham   44, 56, 201

Miller, Asa   180, 191, 192, 195, 197

Miller, B. (Dr.)   244

Miller, Benjamin   131, 195, 198, 227, 229, 232, 238

Miller, Ben., Jur.    226

Miller, Brnt. (Burnit) (Esqr.)   2, 209, 221

Miller, Danl.   202, 203, 206

Miller, David   86, 192, 223, 224, 229, 242, 244, 252

Miller, David, III    181

Miller, E.   134, 152

Miller, Eleazer   80, 136

Miller, Elisha   39

Miller, G. (Dr.)   238

Miller, Gardiner   5, 218, 221, 229, 232, 234

Miller, George    67

Miller, Gordon   200, 202, 213, 243, 244

Miller, Green (Dr.)  194, 240

Miller, Huntting  61, 192, 197-198, 205, 212, 214, 217, 222, 227, 232, 237a, 241, 246

Miller, J., Jr.   222
Miller, J. (Capt.)  196

Miller, J. (Dr.)   213, 238
Miller, J. (Major)  199

Miller, Jason   192, 200, 204, 209, 211, 213, 219, 224, 232, 236, 241, 244, 251

Miller, Jeremiah   62, 192, 193, 198, 203, 212, 233

Miller, Jeremiah, Jur.   61, 62, 225, 226, 229, 233 

Miller, Joel  42, 88a, 114, 142, 159, 212 , 214

Miller, John   42, 79, 150, 191, 202, 228, 229, 233, 235, 237, 238, 245

Miller, John, Jr.    224, 235

Miller, Jno., & Partners   208

Miller, Jonathan   221

Miller, Joseph   129

Miller, Josiah   237

Miller, Nathan  65, 77, 86, 190, 196, 219, 233, 237, 246

Miller, Nathan, Jr.    77

Miller, Nathan, III    208

Miller, Nathaniel (Dr?)  180, 193, 197

Miller, Orrin  198

Miller, Ozni (Doctr.)   154

Miller, Peleg   200

Miller, Samuel   197, 229, 236, 237a

Miller, Samuel, Jur.   231

Miller, Thos.   228, 234

Miller, Thos. (Capt.)   191

Miller, Timothy    49, 191, 200-201, 203, 208-209, 213, 217, 220, 224, 229, 235, 237a, 242, 244-245

Miller, Tim, Jr.   191, 195, 233, 236

Miller, Uriah   77, 180, 197, 241, 242, 243

Miller, Zopher M.   236

Mills, Mr.  251

Mills, Jas. H.  198

Mills, Peter   245

Mintern, Wm.   221

Mitchel, Mr.   208

Mitchel, Jas.  195, 228, 236

Mitchel, Sd.(?)   211

Mitchel, Stephen   211, 214, 216, 227, 237a, 25l

Mithel, Jas.    217

 

Montague, Mr.(or Monteague)  217,  218

Montgomery, Joseph F.  205, 249

Moody, A.   194

Moore, Mr.   204, 232

Moore, Calvin   238

Moore, H. B.   234, 235, 237

Moore, Henry   203

Moore, Henry B.  235, 236, 237a

Moore, Jere.  193

Moore, John   199, 203, 209, 218, 221

Moore, Joseph   198, 199, 216, 217, 227, 233, 237a

Moore, Polly   197, 198

Moore, Robert   225

Moore, Saml.   232

Moore, Zadock   212

Morehouse, Mr.   224., 225

Morehouse, Isaac   223, 227, 233, 234

Morris, Thomas   14

Morris, Wm.   241

 

Mulford, Capt.  27

Mulford, Majr.  210, 2l4

Mulford, Abraham   34-35, 88, 110, 198

Mulford, Abraham, Jr.   88

Mulford(?), Chas.   234

Mulford, Chas.   192, 196, 198, 251

Mulford, D. (Majr.)   206

Mulford, Danl.    202, 205, 242

Mulford, David   50, 244

Mulford, Dick   194

Mulford, Ed.   220, 221

Mulford., Edward   224, 227, 231-233

Mulford, Edwd., jur.   220

Mulford, Eleazer   235, 237

Mulford, Elias    207, 2l4, 219, 228, 232, 235, 242, 244, 251

Mulford, Elisha   194, 198
Mulford, Ezekiel   7, 8, 202,
204, 207, 210

Mulford, Jeremiah   8, 180

Mulford, John   13, 190-192, 193, 196, 237, 242, 245

Mulford, Jonathan   154, 190, 191, 214, 238

Mulford, Jonathan, Jr.   50, 141, 208

Mulford, Josiah   14, 191, 193, 202-203, 207, 210, 216, 219, 224, 229, 235, 238

Mulford, Lemuel   8

Mulford, Matthew   50, 140, 204, 209, 212, 217, 222, 224, 229, 243, 251

Mulford, Nathan   98, 197

Mulford, Richard   181, 198

Mulford, Samuell   24, 89, 109, 129, 180, 190-191, 195, 197, 199-200, 205, 211, 222, 224-225, 229, 232, 237-238

Mulford, Thomas   43, 78, 196

Mulford, Timothy    59

Mulford, William  14, 58, 190, 237

Munsell, Mr.   219, 221

Munsell, J.  229

Munsell, Jabez   226, 248

Munsell, Nathl.   222

Mustee, Isaac   116

 

Newcomb, Platt   194

Nickerson, Ensine(?)   224

Nickerson, H.  190

Nicoll   206, 242

Nicoll, Benjn.   210, 213, 216, 219, 223, 227, 232, 235, 237a

Nicoll, Henry   197, 207

Niel, Benjn.   33

Norris, Silas   50, 232

Noyce, Joseph   215, 248

 

Ole[illegible])?), Dr.    251

Olmsted, Capt.      202

Oniel, Mr.     237a

Osborn    205

Osborn, Capt.   134, 167

Osborn, (widow)    207, 217

Osborn, Conklin    196

Osborn,  Cornelius    190, 194, 196, 201, 204, 207, 209-210, 212, 215, 218, 221, 240, 243

Osborn, Daniel    39, 195

Osborn, Elisha    28, 30, 195

Osborn, Hedges    231 

Osborn, Henry    194

Osborn, Isaac    190

Osborn, J. (Capt.)   190, 192, 223, 234, 237

Osborn, Jacob   6, 19, 38

Osborn, Jedidiah   38

Osborn, Jeremiah     27, 70, 241

Osborn, Jere., Jur.    224

Osborn, Jerusha   28

Osborn, John    196, 199, 228, 234, 235, 237a

Osborn, Jonathan    71, 235

Osborn, Joseph    28, 201, 204, 206, 210, 213, 216, 217, 220, 222, 224

Osborn, Joseph, Jur.   73, 244

Osborn, Mary    250

Osborn, Matthew   4, 6

Osborn, Mulford   73, 225,  228, index opposite M-N

Osborn, P. (widow)  211, 213, 220

Osborn, Phebe (widow)   208, 215, 226, 232

Osborn, Philetus   19, 204, 210, 218, 241, 244

Osborn, Saml.  234

Osborne, Septimus   180, 233, 235

Osborn, T. (Capt.)  193, 238

Osborn, Thomas   11, 203, 205, 218, 243

Osborn, Thos. (Cap.). 198, 227, 232

Osborn, Thos.  (Lieut.)   221

Osborn, W(ines?)   212, 234-235

Osborn, Zebedee   6

Overton, Esqr.   196, 207

Overton, Eleazer   232, 237, 238

Overton, Ephm. 236

Overton, Jno.   231

Overton, Joshua   234, 235

Owen, Mrs.   [no page number listed]

Owen, Thos.  212, 249

 

Pain - see Paine and Payne

Paine – see also Payne [the same person could be listed under both spellings]

Paine, Abm.  193, 195, 198

Paine, Chas.  197

Paine, David   232, 238

Paine, Ezekl.   190, 193, 198, 238

Paine, Isaac   142

Paine, J.   221

Paine, Jemina   101, 230

Paine, John   190, 223

Paine, Lemuel   180, 192, 199, 224, 225

Paine, Phineas  199, 223, 237a

Paine, R.   223, 226

Paine, S. Havens   222

Paine, Silva   195

Paine, Wm. 192

Paine, Zachs.  237a

Panlourick, Chas., Junr.  245

Parker, Capt.   62

Parker, Henry   226

Parker, Jas.  190, 193, 226, 234

Parker, W. (Capt.)  194, 198

Parker, Wm. (Capt.)   213, 224, 235, 237a

Parker, Wm.,Jur.   194, 225

Parsons, A.   199

Parsons, Abraham   181, 191, 195-196, 198, 216, 218, 221-222, 227, 229, 232

Parsons, Ambrose 192, 193, 198, 223

Parsons, Benjamin   35, 39, 87, 136, 223

Parsons, Chatfield   190, 192

Parson, Chloe   148

Parsons, Collins   191

Parsons, David   227      

Parsons, Eli    77, 143, 204, 207, 212, 246, 249

Parsons, Ellis   128, 180, 190-192, 195, 198, 207, 211, 213, 216, 220, 223, 227, 233, 237

Parsons, Elnathan   122, 125, 144, 165, 171, 180, 190, 194, 196-199, 201-203, 205, 209, 212, 221, 231, 237a, 241, 242, 246

Parsons, Elnathan, Jr.  197, 199

Parsons, Henry   24l, 243

Parsons, Jack   1, 30, 52, 200, 201, 222

Parsons, James   190, 192, 196, 238

Parsons, Jed.  250

Parsons, Jeremiah   10, 231

Parsons, Jere, Jur.  220

Parsons, John   37, 75, 148, 152, 203, 211

Parsons, John, III    202

Parsons, John,  IV - see Jack Parsons

Parsons, Juane (widow)   122, 215

Parson, Lemuel   241, 250

Parsons, Lewis   198, 199

Parsons, Ludlam   117

Parsons, Mary   180

Parsons, Merry   90, 194, 246

Parsons, Robert   198, 213, 215, 226, 231, 236, 238

Parsons, Robert, Jr.    114

Parsons, Samuel   53, 96, 206, 212, 241

Parsons, Saml., Jur.   210

Parsons, Seth    112, 122, 144, 165, 192, 210, 212, 213, 242, 244

Parsons, Silas  190

Parsons, Silve [or Silva]   180, 198

Parsons, Solon   199

Parsons, Stephen   126, 204, 206, 207, 209 214, 216, 222, 228, 232, 237, 242, 245

Parsons, Sylvanus   90

Parsons, William    12, 35, 145, 180, 216,  217

Partridge, Mr.   33

Partridge, Asa    206, 210, 212-213, 216, 218. 220, 222, 225, 227-228, 231, 233, 235, 237a, 238

Payne – see also Paine  [same person could have name spelled both ways]

Payne & Ripley   59

Payne, Mr.  201, 208, 211

Payne, Abijah   227

Payne, Abm.. 192

Payne, Benjn.  205

Payne, Ebezr.  191, 237a

Payne, Ephraim   203, 204

Payne, Ezekiel    194, 245

Payne, Isaac    116, 136, 155, 161, 194

Payne, John  193, 201, 202, 236

Payne, Jonas    229

Payne, Leml.  194, 220, 221, 232, 233, 235

Payne, Phineas  222, 228, 232

Payne, Rufus   221, 231

Payne, Silas   206, 207, 210, 211, 214, 227

Payne, Silvanus   226-228, 234

Payne, Zacheus   229

Peck, Mr.    195, 203, 207

Peirson, Capt.   200

Peirson, Coll.   211, 213

Peirson, D. (Capt.)   202, 229

Peirson, D. (Coll.)   207

Peirson, Danl.   209, 211, 213

Peirson, David   217, 220

Peirson, David (Capt.)   196, 202, 210

Peirson, David, Jr.    201

Peirson, Harvey    234, 235

Peirson, Henry    201, 208, 213, 217, 241

Peirson, Hiram    222, 223, 225-227

Peirson, Isaac   242, 244

Peirson, James  180, 195, 200att.

Peirson, Jere    191, 192, 194, 196

Peirson, Jeremiah   192, 226, 227, 235, 237

Peirson, Jesse   195, 197, 226, 232, 233

Peirson, Lemuel   192, 201, 222

Peirson, Nathan.   213, 223

Peirson, Paul    226, 236

Peirson, Saml. H.   180, index opposite M-N

Peirson, Terril   198

Peirson, Wms.  193

Pelletreau, Mr.    22

Penny, Benjamin   237

Penny, Edward   237

Penny, Joseph   228

Penny, Joshua   181, 197, 198, 237a

Perry, Joe   196

Peterson, Doctr.   216

Petty, Isaac   198, 234

 

Pharoah, Joseph   240

Pharoah, Stephen   104

Philips - see also Phillips

Philips, Mr.  195, 197, 215, 242, 243

Philips, E.   198

Philips, Philetus   244

Phillips - see also Philips

Phillips, Ebzr.  194, 196

Phillips, Wm.   197, 208

Pierson - see Peirson

Pike, Selah   54

Plato, Isaac   180, 195, 225

Plato, J. (Capt.)    197-199

Platt, Esqr.   81, 213, 220

Platt, Isaac C.   193, 195

Platt, Jere.  237

Porter, Allen   224

Porter, Libeus    216, 218, 220, 222, 225, 229, 231, 233

(first name also spelled Libbens and Lebbens)   

Post, Capt.     211

Post, Mr.     241

Post, Abraham.   214, 220

Post, Isaac, Jur.     243

Post, Jas.    243

Post, Lodowick    228, 235

Post, N. (Capt.)     44, 201, 205, 207, 237

Post, Nathan (Capt.)   200

Post-Rider    195

Pratt, Humphry    194, 196, 214, 215, 232

(also spelled  Humfrey)

Pratt, Seth   252

Prentice, Dr.   88a

Prentice, A. (Doctr.)   229, 232, 233

Price, John   194, 224

Prince, Benj.   241, 246 

Prince, John   231, 234, 235

Prior, Capt.  33, 180, 195, 199, 211, 215, 218, 221, 226, 229, 234

 

Quarters, Peter   240

 

Racket, Absalom   246

Racket, Hazard(?)   225, 226, 234, 236

Racket, Noah   202

Racket, W.   223

Randal, Amos   199

Randel, John   250

Ranger, P.   195

Ranger, Parsons   215, 217

Ranger, Samuel   32, 219

Rash, Jacob   251

Rayman, Wm.  199

Raymond., Silas   215, 220, 222

Raymond, Wm.   195, 198, 229, 237, 238

Reed   200, 252

Reed, Charles 191

Reed, Win.   237

Reeve, Mrs.   198, 249

Reeve, Revd. Mr.   193

Reeve. Abner   192

Reeve, Apollos  218, 238

Reeve, David   194, 195, 202, 205-207, 216, 226, 249

Reeve, Ezra   236

Reeve, H. T.   217

Reeve, Isaac T.   214

Reeve, Isaac Tuthill   244

Reeve, James   229, 244

Reeve, Jonan.  226, 228, 233, 236

Reeve, Joshua   237a

Reeve, Josiah   193, 237a

Reeve, Obadiah   200

Reyner, Joseph   233

Reynold, John   220

Reynols, Benjn.  193

Rhobart, Doctr.  218, 219

Rhodes, H. (Capt.)   208

 

Richards, Mr.  246

Richmond, Mr.  220

Rider, Enoch   193, 196, 236

Rider, Saml   228, 231, 232

Riley, Jastus   252