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From: "Diane" <>
Subject: RE: [NYSUF] Re: Southold Town Directories 1860's
Date: Sun, 18 May 2003 16:46:04 -0400
Would anyone have access to the below referred 'First Ch. of Southold' now
Southold Presby. Ch. records??
I have been searching for any record of a HOLE family in Southold in at
least 1727 when Charles Hole resided there and was executor for a will in
February 1727. I've tried to obtain a copy of the will to check his
signature, but was referred to NYC.gov so who knows when/if I'll ever hear
from them again. Charles may be the same person who turns up in Elizabeth,
NJ in 1732 witnessing many wills as he was a school teacher.
He married Sarah Smith (dau. of Henry and Sarah), prob. on LI, but I can
find nothing on her family.
I've looked thru the Howell family and there are no Chas. in the time period
that coincide. I have seen no mention of the surname HOLE in any other info
Any suggestions/help, greatly appreciated.
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From: Russell K. Brown [mailto:]
Sent: Sunday, May 18, 2003 10:29 AM
Subject: Re: [NYSUF] Re: Southold Town Directories 1860's
> I'll try to find out if there is still a First Church of Southold and
which hamlet it is in.
The former "First Church in Southold" is in Southold and is now the Southold
Presbyterian Church. It and its cemetery are directly on the highway (NY
25) right across the road from Southold Town Hall. The church was so called
because it was the first established by the settlers after their arrival in
I agree that George Rittenbusch may have been a farm laborer, but perhaps
a domestic servant. It wouldn't surprise me that Elizabeth Butler was a New
York City born doestic servant, possibly of immigrant Irish parentage. Just
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