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SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926



SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,776. A:60.
3 Mar 1684/5.     Daniel Whitehead of Jamasco do renounce all right I may have in ye purchase of Resquauke mentioned in a bill of sale ye 29 Sep 1650 with all benefits of land or Meadow which bill was made by my father dec'd & others And doe for me & my heirs assigne ye said Right thereof to Richard Smyth, Senr of Smythtowne to have and to hold etc. witness my hand and seal this 3 of Mar 1684/5. Wit: William Freed, John Wood. Pro:March 8, 1694 entered Thos Helme?    Signed Daniel Whitehead.

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,776. A:76.
22 Mar 1696.    Thomas Sayre of South Hampton Suffolk Co, NY, tanner, dec'd by his last Will and Testament did give unto his son Job Sayre, dec'd a certain house a home lot with land & meadows & ye said Job Sayre dec'd & his son Job Sayre have been in quiet possession of said house, etc. – Know all men that I Francis Sayre of said town of South Hampton, husbandman, for diverse good causes etc. but more especially for reason above yt of my own certain knowledge my father in his last Will and Testament intended ye said land & premises to my brother Job & his heirs by these presents I grant unto my kinsman Job Sayre, tanner, all etc. E with land of Daniel Sayre, etc. to have and to hold etc. Saml Cooper, James Helioses? Wit.    Frances Sayre.

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,941. B:1
1728.    An account of the land laid out by Moses Burnett & William Holmes in 1728. – [One of the receipients was one Robert Woolsey or Robert Wooley, the “s” is either “s” or “e”. As we have no Robert for that time period, the name should probably be Robert Wooley. There is a Jared Wooley in the later records.]

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,941. B:364.
23 Apr 1760.    Justus Plumb & Margaret Plumb of Fairfield, Connecticut & Mary Sammis, daughter of David Sammis, Jr. of Huntington, dec'd for 217 pounds 15 shillings 6 pence paid by Capt. John Bennett of Huntington land where the said David Sammis Junior died seized of called the orchard lot joining homestead of Doct Zophar Platt beginning at a post at the W corner of Timothy Sammis/Sathenes? S lE to Doctd Zophar Platt N E by a ditch N W to a stake by highway leading down to the harbor S W to the beginning – 9 acres – Wit: Gilbert Potter, Jeremiah Wood. Pro: 24 Apr 1760 bef. Richard Floyd, Esqr. Judge Justus Plumb Margaret Plumb Mary Sammis
SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,941. B:368.
24 Apr 1760.    Justus Plumb & Margaret Plumb & Mary Sammis other land as above 5 acres.

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,941. B:370.
16 Apr 1760.     Justus Plumb & Margaret Plumb & Mary Sammis other land as above 12 acres.

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,941. B:372.
16 Apr 1760.    Justus Plumb & Margaret Plumb & Mary Sammis other land as above 18 acres.

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,941. B:374.
24 Apr 1760.    Justus Plumb & Maqrgaret Plumb & Mary Sammis other land as above --.

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,941. B:372.
16 Apr 1760.        We, Justus Plumb & Margret Plumb, both of the township of Fairfield in colony of Connecticut and Mary Sammis, dau of David Sammis, Junior of Huntington, dec'd in Suffolk Co for 160 pounds by Capt Gilbert Potter of Huntington one certain house & home lot lying at the W end of Huntington joining to highway that leads from Capt John Bennetts to the Harbour being the house & lands which did belong toDavid Sammis dec'd E by highway W & SW by Timothy Sammis N by highway leading by the Tan yard & N by ornelius Stratton & Milliard Denton abt 18 Rods etc. Wit: John Bennett Jeremiah Wood. Pro: 24 Apr 1760 before Richard Floyd.
Justus Plumb, Margaret Plumb, Mary Sammis.

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,941. C:262.
23 Mar 1782.    Jeremiah Sammis of Huntington, yeoman, for love & Effection towards my first son Selah Sammis of same place, yeoman, land near Wolf Hill on which my barn now stands E by Job Sammis S by highway leading from my house to Dicks Hills W by highway leading from my house to Huntington N by David Smith & Jonathan Smith – 40 acres – the second piece being that on which my house & part of my orchard stand E by road leading from my house to the long swamp & to Huntington S by highway leading from my house to the Plain Fields & S W by Nehemiah Whitman & Robert Jarvis & N by Phillip Smith & Robert Jarvis -20 acres – also 14 acres – Wit: Daniel Gildersleeve, Philip Gildersleeve Pro: 17 Dec 1793 bef Caleb Smith    Jeremiah X Sammis

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,941. C:186.
28 June 1784.    Joseph Sammis of Huntington, farmer, for 45 pounds TO Silas Sammis of same place, carpenter, land by spot of Huntington W by highway that leads by Gilbert Potter to the harbor E by Doct Zophar Platt, N by Gilbert Potter, S by Gilbert Potter & the Fleots meaning the homestead of Nathaniel Williams, dec'd – 7 acres – Wits: Phillip Conkling, John Ketcham. Pro: 22 Apr 1789 bef Caleb Smith judge    Joseph Sammis

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,941. C:179.
17 Dec 1788.    John Hallsey of Southampton, Suffolk Co. yeoman, for diverse causes etc TO my nephew Isaac Sayre, yeoman, son of Joseph Sayre of same place my lot of upland & meadow commonly called the Head of Harbreak 30- acres bounds etc. also my part of the Home Lot which was given him in my Father's Will etc      Wit: Caleb Cooper, Ananias Sayre. Pro: 2 Mar 1789 bef John Hulbert judge John Halsey

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,941. C:180.
18 Dec 1788.    John Halsey of Southampton, yeoman, for good causes, etc TO my nephew Job Sayre, laborer, son of Joseph Sayre of same place which was given him in my Father's will in village of Quaquw etc. Wit: Caleb Cooper, Ananias Sayre. Pro: 2 Mar 1789 bef John Hulbert, judge  John Halsey

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,941. C:250.
17 Apr 1793.     John Sammis, mariner, of Huntington for 345 pounds TO Jesse Buffett of same place yeoman, a lot in the town Spot of Huntingtgon N by heirs of Benj Coddington W by highway leading towards the Hollows Pond - 15 acres – Wit: David Reins, Junr, John Ketcham Pro: 29 Apr 1793.     John Sammis

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,942. D:302.
3 Apr 1812.     Daniel Rudyard of Huntington TO Smith Sammis of same place $150 land in Huntington on W by the road that leads from Cold Spring to West neck N by Philip Conklin E by Alexander Denton S by sd Daniel Rudyard – 1 acre – Wits: Conklin Rogers, Abel Rogers.     Daniel Rudyard, Prudence Rudyard   Pro: 21 Mar 1814 bef Divine Hewlett Judge

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,942. D:364.
16 Mar 1815.     Platt Skidmore of Huntington TO Zophar Sammis of same place$1300 land in easterly purchase of Huntington SW corner of Joshua Robbin & highway to Clay pits S to heirs of Jonas Gildersleeve E by said heirs of Jonas Gildersleeve N W 50 - acres – Wit: John Gildersleeve, Elkanah Bunce  Platt Skidmore    Pro: 25 Mar 1815 bef. Joshua Smith, judge

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,942. D:369.
10 Jul 1814.    Elizabeth Sammis of Huntington TO Watts Corwin of same place $1500 land in eastern purchase of Huntington SE corner of Philetus & Moses Vail by road E then N to middle of half mile by Thomas Rogers W by sd Thomas Rogers S to begin -60 acres - + other lands etc Wit: Selah Carll, William Griffith     Pro:12 Apr 1815 bef Joshua Smith judge
Elizabeth X Sammis

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,942. D:407.
13 Apr 1802.    John Douglas of Islip, William Douglas, Betsey Sammis & Silas Sammis, Junr of Huntington, $865 TO Scudder Sammis, Mariner of same place, land Huntington Harbor W by highway that leads to the house of Capt. Jonathan Titus, N by William Johnsons E & W by William Nethaway – 6 acres – Wits: Timothy Bankling Jr John Ketcham. Pro: 6 Dec 1814 bef Divine Hewlett, judge John Douglas, William Douglas, Silas Sammis Jr, Susanna Douglass, Betsy Sammis. & Susanna Douglas wife of William & Beetsey Sammis wife of Silas examined.

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,942. E:51.
1 Apr 1819.        Epenetus Sammis & William Sammis, exors of will of Richard Conklin late of the town of Huntington TO Samuel Kissam of city of New York - Whereas the said Richard Conklin dec'd in his will dated 26 Dec 1813 ordered his real estate to be sold by exors who did sell at public auction on 3 Mar last for $3252 to the said Samuel Kissam all that farm late the property of said Richard Conklin, dec'd. In Huntington – on N by land conveyed by sd Richard Conklin in his life time to his dau Mary Conklin, E by highway leading from Lloys' Neck to Huntington S by Alexander Sammis and the heirs of Stephen Kelsey dec'd W by the shore adjoining Cold Spring bay – 112 acres – Wit: Elbert Sammis Silas Wood Pro: 18 Jun1819. Epenetus Sammis & William Sammis

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,942. E:184.
10 Jul 1817.        Jonas Sammis of Huntington & Rebecca his wife TO Henry Sammis of same place $2500 land in Huntington at West Neck, several parcels first by Benajah Bouton, N by Loyds harbor, W by Platt Sammis & William Sammism S by William Sammis & lane leading to Benaijah Bouton - 100 acres - Second – E by highway on N & W by Silliam Sammis & S by Platt Sammis called the old orchard – 7 acres – Third – salt meadow W by highway, S by Platt Sammis, E by Mill pond, N by William & Jarvis Sammis - 9 acres – being the frm formerly belonging to Jonas Sammis, dec'd. Wits: Slilas Wood, Epenetus Sammis.
Pro: 10 Jul 1817        Jonas Sammis, Rebecca Sammis

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,942. E:218.
19 Mar 1822.        Henry Sammis of Huntington & Elizabeth his wife TO Samuel F. White of Oyster Bay in Queens Co, NY for $3625 certain land which formerly belonged to Jonas Sammis, dec'd in Huntington – First – E by Benaijah Bouton, N by Lloyds Harbor, W by Platt Sammis & heirs of Jarvis Sammis, dec'd, S by William Sammis & & lane leading to Benajah Bontons – 100 acres - Second – E by highway, N W by William Sammis, S by Platt Sammis called the orchard – 7 acres – Third – Salt meadow W by highway, S by Platt Sammis, E by the mill pond N by William Sammis – 9 acres –
Wit: Thomas Brush & Abel Ketcham Henry Sammis & Elizabeth Sammis
Pro: 19 Mar 1822 bef Abel Ketcham Esqr commissioner

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,942. F:47.
6 May 1824.        Charles Kelsey & Eliza his wife of Huntington TO Epoenetus Sammis of same place $643.44 land in Huntington at West Neck SE by highway leading from Loys Neck Road to Cammels hut lS by same highway, W by same highway & Charles Kelsey's other lands E by Henry Leffert to begin 36 acres – and I Elizabeth Kelsey join in the above deed & for $1.00 pd by Epenetus convey all my right etc. Wit: Nathaniel Potter, Jesse Sammis. Pro: 6 May 1824 bef Nathaniel Potter judge Eliza Kelsey, wife of Charles examined and Elizabeth Kelsey allowed.        Charles Kelsey, Eliza Kelsey, Elizabeth Kelsey

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,942. F:62.
6 Mar 1824.        John Ketcham of Huntington TO Nathan W. Woolsey of same place for $600 land in Huntington E by highway leading from Woodchuck Hollow to house of Isaac Brush, S by a highway running between the lands of Peleg Wood & described premises, W by the old York road N by the same – 30 acres – Wits: Moses Rolph, Ezra Conklin. Pro: 6 Mar 1824 before Nathaniel Potter.         John Ketcham

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,942. F:66.
11 Mar 1824.        John Ketcham of Huntington TO Nathan W. Woolsey of same place for $500 land in Huntington near Frog Pond, N by a highway from Cold Spring to Isaac Brush, E by Isaac Brush & John Brush, S by wood land of Eliphaz Buffett, W by Solomon Ketcham & Titus Conkling & POeleg Woods & Nathaniel Potter & George Sammis then N W by Daniel Rogers and Daniel Gildersleeve – 40 acres – Wit: Platt Conklin, Moses Rolph. Pro:11 May 1824 bef Nathaniel Potter.     John Ketcham

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,942. F:325.
29 May 1822.        William Sammis & Experience his wife and Hallet Jones, Junr and Charlotte his wife and Zephariah Brush and Mary his wife all of Huntington TO Charles Kelsey of same place for $2.00 quit claim to Charles Kelsey (in his actual possession) all our claim from the estate of Walter Kelcy late of Huntington, dec'd land in Huntington at village of West Neck on the NW part of said town being the right of the said Walter Kesey in the lands which Stephen Kelcy died seized of – Wit: Abel Ketcham Elbert Sammis.
Pro: 14 May 1822
William Sammis, Experience Sammis, Hallet Jones Junior, Charlotte Jones, Zephaniah Brush, Mary Brush

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,942. F:406.
7 Feb 1825.        Silas Conkling & Mary Conkling his wife of Huntington TO Nathan W. Woolsey of same place $1400 and in the west end of the town spot of Huntington E highway lelading from the west end of town to the west Neck Porther by Timothy Conkling NW by a two rod highway to the Cold Spring road SW by Nathan W. Woolsey – 30 acres – Wit: John Wood, Moses Rolph Pro: 9 Feb 1825 Silas Conklin Mary Conklin

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,943. H:348.
3 May 1827.        Ruth Sammis of Huntington widow of the late George Sammis, dec'd TO Moses Rolph, Conkling Gould & Alexander Sammis of same place, Exors of last will of George Sammis late of Huntington for an agreement to pay her annually 1/3 of money arising from sale of said estate after deducting such sum as shall be due to Amy Sammis the widow of Alexander Sammis, dec'd for her dower, etc.        Ruth Sammis
Wits: Silas Wood, Nathaniel Potter. Pro: 3 May 1827 before Nathaniel Potter

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,943. H:352.
3 May 1827.        Conklin Gould, Alexander Sammis & Moses Rolph Exors of the last Will & Testament of George Sammis, late of Huntington, dec'd TO Zepheniah Brush of same place $3100 land in Huntington of village of West Neck the first being that on which the buildings stand SW by highway leading from town to Thomas Brush NE by Zepohaniah Brush containing 3 ½ + acres, 2nd piece W by highway leading from town to Lloyds Neck, N by Zepheniah Brush E by Zeppheniah Brush & Epenetus Sammis S by highway leading to Thomas Brush, 46 acres. Wit: Silas Wood, Nathaniel Potter, Conklin Gould, Alexander Sammis, Moses Rolph
Pro: 3 May 1827 before Nathaniel Potter Judge.

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,943. I:36.
6 Jul 1827.        John Woolsey of Norwalk in Connecticut and Letty Woolsey of Huntington, Suffolk County, widow & Relict of Nathan W. Woolsey dec'd for $1.00 to farm let to Letty Woolsey land in Huntington, bounded E by the highway leading by house of John Wood to West Neck N by land of said Nathan W. Woolsey bought of Silas Conklin W by highway leading from the town to Coldspring, S by land of John Wood containing 14 acres. If she remarries then farm let the land to the children of Nathan W. Woolsey and Letty Woolsey until all reach 21. To pay the taxes charges and assessments yearly. Wit: Moses Rolph Jesse Woolsey.    John Woolsey
Pro: 17 Aug 1827 bef Nathaniel Potter.

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,943. I:38.
6 Jul 1827.        John Woolsey of Norwalk, Connecticut TO Jesse Woolsey of Huntington whereas Nathan W. Woolsey & Letty his wife of Huntington to secure payment of $1875 + interest by indenture bearing date 17 Oct 1815 mortgage to said John Woolsey All certain messuage situate in the west end of town spot of Huntington N by Ezekiel Conklin W by highway leading from Peleg Woods to Cold Spring, S by Peleg Wood E by highway leading from Peleg Woods to West neck as the fence stands on all four sides 14 acres & in case default should be made land to be sold, etc and in consideration of $1100 paid by Jesse Woolsey land is deeded to him. In presence of Moses Rolph.
Pro: 6 Jul 1827. John Woolsey

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,943. I:39.
6 Jul 1827.    Jesse Woolsey of Huntington TO John Woolsey of Norwalk, CT doth quit claim to John Woolsey (in his actual possession now being) E by highway leading from Houses of John Wood to the West neck N by land that Nathan W. Woolsey dec'd bought of Silas Conkling, W by highway leading from town to Cold Spring S by land of John Wood – 14 acres – Wit: Moses Rolph. Pro: 6 Jul 1827. Jesse Woolsey

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,943. I:41.
7 Jul 1827.    John Woolsey of Norwalk, CT TO Phebe Woolsey, John R. Woolsey, Newell Woolsey, & Ezra C. Woolsey of Huntington, children of Nathan W. Woolsey, Dec'd $1.00 all that messuage in the west end of the town spot of Huntington E by highway leading by the house of John Wood to West Neck N by land of said Nathan W. Woolsey bought of Silas Conkling W by highway leading from town to Cold Spring, S by John Wood containing 14 acres
Wit: Moses Rolph, Jesse Woolsey. Pro: 7 Jul 1827. John Woolsey

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,943. I:42.
1 Apr 1826.        John Woolsey of Norwalk, CT TO Henry Woolsey of Huntington whereas John D. Brush & Hannah his wife of Huntington to secure payment of $763 + interest did by a certain indenture bearing date 12 Apr 1821 mortgage to said John Woolsey all that messuage in west end of the town spot of Huntington E by the highway leading from Joseph S. Roes to Zophar B. Oakleys S by Christopher Ming W by land of Daniel Sammis N by Solomon Ketcham one acre – to be sold in case of default which being made sold at public auction to Henry Woolsey for $350 – deeds to said Henry all Wit: Jesse Woolsey, Charity X Smith.
    John Woolsey
Pro: 6 Jul 1827. Bef Nathaniel Potter, Judge.

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,943. I:53.
3 May 1827.        Conkling Gould, Alexander Sammis, Moses Rolph Exors of George Sammis late of Huntington dec'd TO Thomas Brush of same place whereas George Sammis died seized of land do sell land in Village of West Neck N by said Thomas Brush E by Epenetus Sammis S by Charles Sammis & Thomas Brush W by highway leading to the house of Thomas Brush with a lane three rods wide to a [pond in Charles Sammis land -35 acres
Wits: Silas Wood, Nathaniel Potter. Pro: 3 May 1827. Conkling Gould Alexander Sammis, Moses Rolph.

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,943. K:213.
15 May 1827.        Amy Sammis, the widow of Alexander Sammis late of Huntington TO Moses Rolph, Conklin Gould & Alexander Sammis Exors of George Sammis, dec'd the son of the said Alexander Sammis in consideration of a certain agreement stipulating to pay to her annually during her natural life 1/3 part of the money arising from sale of property of said George Woolsey, dec'd which he inherited from his father the said Alexander Sammis etc. Wit: Nathaniel Potter, Charles Sammis. Pro: 2 Jul 1827. Amy Sammis [LS]

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,943. I:76.
28 May 1827.        Epenetus Sammis & Experience his wife of Huntington TO Jacob C. Hewlett for $600 land in Huntington by road that leads from the Huntington to the Mills formerly called George Youngs Upper Mills on NW & SW by land formerly the property of Timothy & Thomas Conklin & on SE by the road leading from Huntington to the plains -39 acres- Wit: Joanna Ruland, Nathaniel Potter. Epenetus Sammis Experience Sammis Pro: 31 May 1827 before Nathaniel Potter.

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,943. I:252.
16 Feb 1828.        Charles Sammis of Huntington & Amy Sammis having a right of dower TO Epenetus Sammis for $1921.27, land in Huntington near village of West Neck N by Thomas Brush & said Epenetus Sammis, E by William Sammis S by William Brush & Epenetus Sammis, W by Epenetus Sammis & by highway leading to Thomas Brushes House – 53 acres – Wit: Nathaniel Potter Jesse F. Sammis - Charles Sammis, Amy Sammis
Pro: 6 Feb 1828 before Nathaniel Potter, Judge

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,943. I:334.
1 Apr 1828.        Henry Woolsey of Huntington TO Richard W. Tooker of same place for $400 land lying in the west of the town spot of Huntington E by highway leading from the late Joseph S. Rose to Lophar B. Oaley S by Christopher Ming W by Daniel Sammis & N by Carman Smith – 1 acre - Henry Woolsey
Wit: Nathaniel Potter, Abigail Beney. Pro: 2 Apr 1828 etc.

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,943. L:96.
10 Apr 1829.        Richard M. Tooker & Martha his wife of Huntington TO Henry Woolsey of same place for $700 land in west end of town of Huntington E by highway leading from the late Joseph S. Roe to Zophar B. Oakly S by Christopher Ming W b Daniel Sammis N b Carman Smith – 1 acre – Wit: Moses Rolph, Nathaniel Potter. Pro: 10 Apr 1829 before Nathaniel Potter, judge.
Richard W. Tooker, Martha Tooker.

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,943. L:178.
28 Apr 1829.        Henry Woolsey of Huntington & Mary his wife of Huntington TO Ruth Sammis of same place, $550 land in Huntington in the west end of the town spot E by highway leading from Zopher B. Oakly's to the harbor, S by Christopher Ming W by Daniel Sammis N by Carman Smith – 1 acre - Henry Woolsey, Mary Woolsey Wit: Moses Rolph, Conklin Gould Pro: 28 Apr 1829 before Moses Rolph, judge.

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS and INDEX, 1660-1926. County Clerk. FHL film# 1,871,943. L:275.
2 Sep 1829.        Bethuel Sammis & Hannah his wife of Huntington for $50 by Jacob Platt of same place all our right in certain piece of Beach Shore & meadow lying at Cow Harbor on East side of little Neck in Huntington W by Jacob Platt N by John Ackerly E by the harbor & S b land of the heirs of Samuel Ackerly, dec'd. – 3 acres - Wits: Zophar Ketchem, Jr., Moses Rolph Pro: 2 Sep 1829 before Moses Rolph Bethuel Sammis Hannah Sammis

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS. (Filmed out of sequence Book V) FHL film # 1,928,014 item 4. 5:8.
11 Mar 1835.        Daniel Sammis of Huntington quit claim unto Fanny Plat of same place, her heirs etc all my rights to Real Estate of Daniel Sammis dec'd for $250 . Wit: Edward Berry, Ambros X Ameler? 24 Mar 1835 proved.

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS. (Filmed out of sequence Book V) FHL film # 1,928,014 item 4. 5:241.
18 Apr 1835.    joseph Sammis & Elizabeth his wife of Huntington $1028.53 TO Charles Kelcy of same place land in Huntington bounded S by Joseph Sammis E by David Fleet N by Nathaniel Potter & NWby Abiel Brush 51 acres. Wit: Moses Rolph.
Pro: 25 Jun 1835. Joseph Sammis Betsey Sammis

SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK DEEDS. (Filmed out of sequence Book V) FHL film # 1,928,014 item 4.

THERE ARE MORE WOOLSEYS HERE IN SUFFOLK COUNTY, FROM ABOUT 1840 TO 1871, BUT www HAS NOT READ THOSE REMAINING DEEDS, AS THEY ARE THE SAME PEOPLE.


BOOK OF MARRIAGES OF JOEL JARVIS, J. P.


Book of Marriages Solemnized by Me, Joel Jarvis, Justice of the Peace, Made January the 13th 1828. Long Island Collection. The Queens Borough Pubic Library. Jamaica, New York. 1937. [FHL film# 0179297] Joel Jarvis, J. P. for Huntington, the son of Joseph Ireland Jarvis and Phebe Carll, was born 24 Oct 1790. He lived north of Amityville, on a farm which is still called the Jarvis Place He md Elizabeth Smith of Oakdale 29 Nov 1815, and died 3 Nov 1863. He was justice of the peace from 1828 until 1858. This is the book of marriages made by him.
Book of Marriages Solemnized by Me, Joel Jarvis, Justice of the Peace, Made January the 13th 1828.” Long Island Collection. The Queens Borough Pubic Library. Jamaica, New York. 1937. FHL film# 017927.


#9. p. 2.
10 May 1830. Platt Brush of Huntington aged 42 years farmer
Wit: Elizabeth Jervis    Nancy Fleet of same place aged 29 years dressmaker Wit: Hannah Fleet

p. 7.
24 Jun 1834. John Jackson Jr of Oyster Bay age 22
Wit: Elmore Box    Mary Shadbolt aged – of Huntington    Wit: Catharine Jackson

p. 11.
11 Dec 1841. Jesse Sammis of Huntington aged 21
Wit: Thomas Austin Jun     Ctherine Austin of same place aged 18   Wit: Phebe m. Austin

p. 15.
15 Jan 1849.   James Haff of Oyster Bay
Wit: Zebulon Ketcham   Sarah Ester Shadbolt of Huntington   Wit: Henry Kortright


SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK CEMETERIES


Suffolk County, Long Island, New York Cemeteries. Vol. 1 1754-1923. William Appledie. Daniel Eardlely. Brooklyn, New York. January 1924. FHL film # 017927.

Suffolk County, Long Island, New York Cemeteries. Vol. 1 1754-1923. William Appledie. Daniel Eardlely. Brooklyn, New York. January 1924. Congregational Church Yard : Mt. Sinai, Town of Brookhaven, NY

p. 46. 393.         Bell / Denton “My Mother / Hester H. Bell, / formerly widow of Joseph Denton/ DIED / 22 Jan 1867, / ae 48 yrs / 8 mos/ 26 dys./

p. 46. 394.         Maria A. Denton / DIED/ (this stone is broken here/ ae 31 years/ & 6 Mos./

p. 73. 684.        In Memory of / Hannah Helme Wife / of Thomas Helme Esqr / who departedthis life / on the 16th of February / 1789 in the 60 year / of her age/ (verse) [Note: she was Hannah Smith born 28 Mar 1729, md 15 Nov 1753 Smithtown, NY : daughter of William Henry Smith and Hannah (Sayre).]

p. 83. 750.        . . . . odhull / . . . . yll Esqr. / Departed this / (lif) /e Decemr 20th 1761 / aged 43 years / (verse) [Note: this is the oldest stone – Major William Henry Smith – Tangier – married Hannah Sayre and had Elizabeth Smith born 12 Nov 1716 md 27 Nov 1740 John Woodhull.]

Suffolk County, Long Island, New York Cemeteries. Vol. 2. 1754-1923. William Appledie. Daniel Eardlely. Brooklyn, New York. January 1924. Brookhaven. Old “Tangier” Smith Burying Ground 1705-1882. [50 stones : neglected : copied 4 Sep 1921 : FHL film # 17927.

p. 7. 31.     My dear Molly / was laid here the / 25th October / 1767 / George Muirson / [Note: his second wife Mary Woolsey, widow of Platt Smith : she was born 1716 or 1717 : married second …. 1758.]

p. 8. 32.    In / Memory of / Mary Hathcote Mills / the wife of Wm Wickham Mills / who departed this life / September 1800 in / 42nd year of her age./


[Note: the daughter of Dr. George & Mary Muirson : her name was Mary Heathcote Muirson. p. 10 : Note: Rev. George Muirson of Hempostead, Queens Co, NY, now Nassau Co, NY : he was the Episcopal Missionary at Rye, NY : he preached 1704-1709 from Greenwich, CT in all the towns to Stratford, CT : born 1679 : died 12 Oct 1708 in New Haven, CT md in Brookhaven, NY 20 Jun 1707 Glorianna Smith b 21 Jun 1690 : died 7 Oct 1710 : a daughter of Col. William Smith (Tangier) and Martha (Tunstall) : they had one child: Dr. George Muirson b 1708 : died 20 Feb 1786 aged 79 years in New Haven, CT : md first 1736 Anna Smith d/oJudge Henry Smith : md 2nd 1758 Mary Woolsey widow of Platt Smith : md 3rd NY Bond 23 Dec 1779 Mary Longbotham born 1736 died 16 Sep 1799, a d/o Joshua Longbotham.]


p. 44.    Robert Salmon md NY Bond 6 Aug 1765 Jane Brazier
Roger Richards md NY Bond 5 Oct 1753 Susannah Salmon
Morris Homan md NY Bond 23 Nov 1780 “Temme” (?Ammy?) Platt

p. 50.    Some Marriages by Rev Zachariah Greene 1781 -1848. - #93. Lewis Stanbrough md at Setauket NY 17 Apr 1799 Sarah Denton of Brookhaven NY.

p. 71.   Maria Smith b 19 Dec 1798 d/o John Smith md 1st ____ Denton, 2nd Daniel Edwards etc.


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