The First Settlers of Antwerp, New York

It is doubtful whether the honor of having made the first settlement in the territory now forming the town of…

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Camp Genealogy of Jefferson County New York

The Camp family is of English origin, and bore its coat of arms as early as 1597, in the reign of Queen Elizabeth. The founder of the American branch of the family was Nicholas Camp, who immigrated in 1630. Its representatives in Jefferson county have been among the most intelligent, upright and useful citizens. Their American ancestors have distinguished themselves in civic affairs and in the war for independence. Among these, the names of Camp, Hale, Hitchcock, Hull and Talcott are the most prominent.

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Washington County, NY Revolutionary War Pension Applications Index

Provides a list of Revolutionary War Pension Applications which are filed in the Washington County, New York Archives located in the Washington Co. Municipal Building, Upper Broadway, Fort Edward, New York.

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History of the Village of Antwerp

The first settlement and improvements upon the site of the present village of Antwerp were made under the direction of…

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