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From: "Russell Sprague" <>
Subject: [NYSTLAWR] O'Brien - Ogdensburg
Date: Sat, 17 Sep 2005 13:53:03 +0000
The 1915 and 1925 NY state censuses are available at the county courthouse
in Canton. They might fill in some blanks. They are not indexed but
Ogdensburg does not have a huge population soe they could be manually
searched. I can recommend a local researcher who charges a fee if that is
one direction you want to consider.
You can visit your local library and see if they have an online subscription
to ancestry.com or heritagequest.com. These sites will have census images
from the Federal 1920 and 1930 censuses which may or may not be indexed. If
you have a library card and the library has a website you may be able to
access the images from home on your pc.
Hope this helps -
From: "David Schoenberger" <>
Subject: [NYSTLAWR] O'Brien
Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005 12:19:45 -0400
I am trying to locate the family of my Grandmother, Olive O'Brien( born
Jan24 1804). Several of her father's family moved from Paterson New Jersey
to the Ogdensburg area in the early 1900's.
Her father was Peter O'Brien., born about 1878 in Paterson New Jersey
His Brother Charles (b 1875) and his wife moved to Ogdensburg around 1910.
They had three children in New Jersey, (Peter F, Charles L, and Frank) and
then three more after moving to Ogdensburg
Josephine, Julia and Bernadette)
Their son Peter F Obrien (b.1901) had two children, Joseph ,born 1927 in
Ogdensburg, and Mary, born 1929 in Ogdensburg.
If Joseph or Mary are still living, I am sure that I could fill a lot of the
blanks in my family history.