Olde Ulster: an historical and genealogical magazine

Old Ulster was a magazine published in Ulster County, New York, in the early 1900s. Delaware County, Greene County, Sullivan County, and part of Orange County were all originally part of Ulster County. Online editions of issues from 1905 through 1909 are available and offer a wealth of free and very useful information about people in Ulster County's past.  Choose a volume: 

  • JANUARY - Our Proposition - Early Reference to the Esopus - Old Ulster and Washington Irving - An Uncompleted Manumission  - Stoking a Kiln in Olden Time - The Esopus in 1679 - Jonathan W. Hasbrouck - Shawangunk, Its Meaning and Origin - The Reverend Charles Scott, D.D. - Lineage of the Martin Snyder Family - Martin Snyder's Certificate of Character - A Colonial Ballad

  • FEBRUARY - Ulster's Fight for Liberty - Coetus and Conferentie Controversy 1754-72 - Population in 1698 - The Lineage of the Clinton Family - Charles Clinton's Church Letter 1729 - On the Esopus at Saugerties - George Clinton's Commission as County Clerk 1759 

  • MARCH - The Mingled Blood of Old Ulster - Kingston in 1823 - The Esopus Indians and Their language - The Reverend Nathan W. Jones - The Ancestry of Elanor Graham wanted - The Indian deed to Thomas Chambers 1652 - Proof Wanted of William Horton's Ancestry - Will of Jean Hasbrouck 1712 - Kingston Baptismal Records - Gravestone Inscriptions at New Paltz - Lament on Death of Domine Mancius

  • APRIL - The Esopus Settlers and the Indians - The Esopus as a Granary 1683 - President Roosevelt's Old Ulster Ancestry - The Esopus, a Land of Milk and Honey 1681 - The New Paltz Patent 1677 - Accession of George III Celebrated 1761 - George Washington to the Masons 1782 - Family vault of Thomas Chambers - Inhabitants of the County of Ulster in 1738 - Gravestone Inscriptions at New Platz - Kingston Baptismal Records after 1809 - Rallying Song of the Tenth Legion 1861

  • MAY - The First Disturbance at Esopus 1658 - Thomas Chambers to Governor Stuyvesant - Letter Confirming the Chambers Letter - A Farther Complaint of Thomas Chambers - Du Bois Tombstone Inscriptions at Fishkill - Forests of Old Ulster in 1738 - The Beginning of Wilbur 1806 - The Patent of the Kingston Commons 1687 - Lineage of the Bevier Family - A Kingston Boy's Lament

  • JUNE - Indian Troubles Become More Acute - For Sale, A Young Negro Man - The Line Dividing Ulster and Orange - The Purchase of the Dutch Church Bell - The Honorable Charles G. DeWitt - Washington Riding to Take command - The Severe Winter of 1780 - The Kingston Church Beakers - Population of Kingston in 1681 - Uzal Knapp and Washington's Guard - Specimen of Dutch Humor - Original Name of the Wallkill - Proclamation of Clinton as Governor - A Wynkoop Family Bible Record - Gravestone Inscriptions at New Paltz - In the Ravines of the Catskills

  • JULY - The First Esopus Indian War 1659 - Indian Graves in Rosendale - Indian incursion into Shawangunk 1780 - First Paper Published in Ulster County 1777 - First patent Issued in Orange County 1697 - Lineage of the Kiersted Family - Polling Places in Ulster County in 1777 - Kingston Baptismal Records - The Old Stone House

  • AUGUST - Lull in the Conflict at the Esopus - Cultivation of Strawberries at the Esopus 1664 - English Equivalents of Dutch Christian Names - Various Versions of "Trip a Trop a Troontjes" - The Village School at Wildwyck in 1668 - Lieutenant Daniel Taylor, the British Spy - Status of the Indians in New York 1679 - Gravestone Inscriptions at New Paltz - Fighting under Ensign Smith no Child's Play - Last of the Esopus Indians - A Jarndyce-Jarndyce Case - Beneath the Overlook

  • SEPTEMBER - Founding of the Neiuw Dorp, or Hurley - The Cheese Mines of Old Hurley - The Name of Kingston and its Predecessors - An Ulster County Boy in the Revolution - Kingston Baptismal Register - Gravestone Inscriptions at New Paltz - The Schepen's Court could not Deed Land - Mohonk Lake

  • OCTOBER - The Second Esopus Indian War - Fire Insurance in Wiltwyck in 1670 - Old Ulser Adjuring the Pretender 1715 - Old Ulster's Unmarked Graves - Genealogical Information wanted - Savage Hearts Full of Love 1673 - Will of Hugo Frere, the Patentee - Lineage of the DeWitt Family - The Wallkill River at Walden

  • NOVEMBER - Negotiating for the captives - Fined for Churning on Fast Day 1664 - Wallkill Valley Families in Central New York - Bill of Sale of a Negro Boy 1777 - The Earliest Israelites in The Esopus 1668 - The Stone at the Grave of Thomas Chambers - The Chambers PearTree - Journal of Henry Pawling - Lineage of the Pawling Family - Lineage of the DeWitt Family - Civil Marriages in Kingston 1667-8 - Indian Summer in Woodland Valley

  • DECEMBER - Captain Cregier's Active Operations - Journal of Henry Pawling - The Statue of Patriotism - A Library at the Esopus in 1665 - A Matter of Dates - Currency at the Esopus 1652 - Lineage of the Pawling Family - Lineage of the DeWitt Family - Sunrise from the catskill Mountain House

  • JANUARY - The Rescue of the Captives - Ravages of Esopus Wolves - Saving the State Records - Religious Liberty in New Netherland - Orphan Masters in Old Ulster - The Call to Domine Blom - Journal of Henry Pawling - Lineage of the De Witt Family - The Cauterskill Falls

  • FEBRUARY - Peace at Esopus - Prisoners for Debt to be Kept in church 1680 - The Fleet Prison - The Rip Van Dam Patent - The New Paltz People and Mohonk - Isaack, the Hunchback, Sues Jan Roosa 1681 - Lineage of the Christian Meyer Family - Information Wanted of Harcourt Family - Lineage of the De Witt Family - No Savage to be harbored at Night 1677 - The Block House to be a School House 1681 - Kingston Baptismal Records - Washington's Headquarters at Newburgh

  • MARCH - Old Ulster Under English Rule - Old Ulster in the Electoral colleges - Indian Mounds at Shawangunk "New Fort" - Picking Wild Hops at the Esopus 1666 - Lineage of the Schoonmaker Family - Kingston Baptismal Records - Lineage of the De Witt Family - "My Heart's in Old 'Sopus Wherever I Go"

  • APRIL - The Erection of Fox Hall Manor - The Story of Fantine Kill - Lineage of the Brink Family - Lineage of the Schoonmaker Family - The Old Church Ruin at Wawarsing

  • MAY - The Huguenots of Old Ulster - A "Baas" Shoemaker in Wildwyck 1680 - The Horrors During the Revolution - Chambers Presents a Portion of His Coat of Arms 1679 - Old Ulster and The Clermont - The Lineage of the Brink Family

  • JUNE - The Indian Deeds and Treaties - The Name of Ponckhackie - The Fort at Great Shandaken 1779 - "Not You, but Thomas Didymus" Directions to Repair the Palisades 1663 - Hanging the Village Bell 1680 - Lineage of the Christian Meyer Family - Lineage of the Schoonmaker family - Kingston Baptismal Records - Mijn Jammer Klagt

  • JULY - To Dutch and Then to English Rule - Appointment of a "Rattle Watch" 1681 - The Journal of Conrad Weiser - Ulster's Most Famous Spot - Covering the Church Roof 1669 - Some Surnames of Old Ulster - Our Indians in Trouble with Iroquois - Lineage of the Christian Meyer Family - In Plattekill Cross-Clove

  • AUGUST - The Erection of Ulster County - Journal of Conrad Weiser - Susan Meritt Changes her Mind - A Wiltwyck Trial by Ordeal in 1682 - A Thanksgiving Day of James II - An Ordinance Against Tramps 1685 - The Dutch Rule of Purchase of Indian Land - Grant of Green Kill 1677 - The Military Post at Shokan - A Coroner's Inquest in 1683 - Lineage of the Decker Family - No Racing on Wiltwyck's Street 1676 - Lineage of the Brink Family - Great Falls, Near Kiskatom 

  • SEPTEMBER - Ulster's Earliest Sufferers for Freedom - Exchanging a Negro for an Ox 1682 - Origin of Name of "Anthony's Nose" - The Story of the Bush Children - The "Tories" of the Revolution - La Montagnie Both Fore-singer and Fore-reader - The Council of Safety - Fining the man Who Drank 1682 - Lineage of the DeWitt family - Moonlight upon the Hudson

  • OCTOBER - The Leisler Tragedy - The Indian Names of the Hudson - Negroes Not to Congregate on Sunday 1682 - Old Hurley, the Capital of the State - Land Grant at "Kleyne Esoopus" 1682 - Fitting Out the Church in 1682 - The Patriots falling in Line - Indian Grant Until "New Fort" 1683 - Old Ulster Tories - Kingston baptismal Records - Sounding Do-o-o-o-o-o-o-o - Lineage of the Christian Meyer family - The Coming of the Palatines

  • NOVEMBER - Escaping the Curse of Landlordism - The Kingston Society Library 1809 - The Length of the Sabbath 1682 - Campaign and Battle of Minisink - The Turkey Point Road - The Captivity of Short and Miller - The Lineage of the Van Etten Family - Minisink

  • DECEMBER - The Esopus Before chambers came - Shank's Ben and Runnip - The Anchorage - Dutch Five-Finger Rhymes - Kingston, the Capital of the State - Lineage of the Christian Meyer Family - Lineage of the Van Etten Family - The Hudson

  • JANUARY - The Piepowder Court 1691 - Suit Over a Negro Without Ears 1682 - The Washingtons in Kingston - The Killing of Harmanus Du Mond - New York Refugees in Ulster County - Building a Rope-Walk in Kingston 1777 - Lineage of the Decker Family - Valorous Vandals at Kingston

  • FEBRUARY - The old Mine Road - The Fort at Lackawack - The Kocherthal Records - The Lineage of the Van Etten Family - Sunset on Shawangunk Mountain 

  • MARCH - The Palatines of Newburgh - The Council-House at Wawarsing - The Ante-Mortem Recording of Wills - The Kocherthal Records - The Vision of Stoffel

  • APRIL - The Newburgh Palatines - A Curious Dutch Expression - Rondout Valley in the Old French War - The Old Stone Church at Wawarsing - The Kocherthal Records - The Willowemoc in Summer

  • MAY - The Palatine Exodus - De Pruttelarij Voerman - Millers' Tolls in 1661 - The Land Grant at High Falls 1682 - Where the Records Were Stored 1777 - The Esopus and Canada - An Indian Sale of Land 1684 - Lineage of the Elting Family - The Kocherthal Records - A Nocturne of the Catskills

  • JUNE - The Platines at The Camp - The Loyalist Problem - Kingston Women Demanding Tea - The Depot at Marbletown - A Woodland Grant to Jan Roosa - Lineage of the Elting Family - The Kocherthal Records - The Minisink

  • JULY - The Naval Stores Project - Pipes, Wine and Sermons Lost - Count Zinzendorf in Old Ulster - A Mombaccus Description of Land - The Indian Figure at Esopus - The Lineage of the Eltinge Family - The Falls of Caterskill 

  • AUGUST - The West Camp Palatines - A Quaint Appointment of Guagers 1682 - Sancte Claus, Goed Heylig Man - Dutch Proper Names in Ulster - Lineage of the Schoonmaker Family - The Kocherthal Records - A Reverie in the Catskills

  • SEPTEMBER - Settling the Esopus - Some Ulster County Surnames - Petition for captain Snyder's Exchange 1781 - Kingston's First Steam Ferry - Atkarkarton-Atharhacton - Willem Beeck's Will 1684 - Lineage of the Stanton Family - The Kocherthal Records - The Falls of Mongaup

  • OCTOBER - The Evolution of Liberty in Old Ulster - The Old Court House - Chambers and the van Rensselaers - Lineage of the Stanton family - The Kocherthal Records - White Lake

  • NOVEMBER - The Remnants of the Esopus Indians - The Governor's Residence - The Dutch Ding Dong Bell - Lineage of the Stanton Family - The Kocherthal Records - The Cathedral Gorge of the Esopus

  • DECEMBER - The Founding of Kingston - Ulster Names in Pennsylvania Archives 1724 - The Wawarsing Baptismal Bowl - Ulster County and Valley Forge - Lineage of the Stanton Family - The Kocherthal Records - By Rifton Rapids

  • JANUARY - The Silver Covenant Chain - The Map of the Stockade - Securing the Iron of the Old Court House 1777 - The Gathering of the Patriots - Jan Oom - Lineage of the Stanton Family (cont'd from Vol 3 p 376) - The Kocherthal Records - The Heroine of Esopus pt 1

  • FEBRUARY - Governor George Clinton, first paper - An Error Corrected - The Story of Kingston - Jeremiah Bachorn, Hair-Dresser - Vaughan's Second Expedition - Lineage of the Christian Meyer Family - The Kocherthal Records - The Heroine of Esopus pt 2 

  • MARCH - Governor George Clinton, second paper - Vaughan's Second Expedition - Keeping the Stockade in Repair - Revolutionary Vouchers - A Time of Indian Alarms 1756 - The Kocherthal Records - Local Names for the Dutch - Indian Wigwam of Palse Creek - Colonel van Cortlandt and Brant - The Massacre at Esopus 1663

  • APRIL - Governor George Clinton, third paper - Highway Overseers in 1742 - Vaughan's Second Expedition - First Indian trouble at the Esopus - Early History of Ithaca - Boston Trading at Esopus - Indian Summer on the Hudson

  • MAY - Governor George Clinton, fourth paper - The Monument to George Clinton - Vaughan's Second Expedition - The Duel in Kingston 1671 - Resolutions of the Kingston Trustees - The Hasbrouck Diary - Early History of the Dumond Family - An Appreciation of George Clinton - A Nieuw Dorp Pastoral

  • JUNE - Governor George Clinton, fifth paper - Clinton to Lieutenant-Colonel Bruyn - Vaughan's Second Expedition - Journal of the Voyage of Charles Clinton 1729 - Marriage of George Clinton - Coming Marriage of Charles DeWitt - Lineage of the Abraham Hasbrouck Family - The Home Coming of Clinton

  • JULY - Governor George Clinton, sixth paper - Vaughan's Second Expedition - The Clinton Obsequies - A Letter from George Clinton - Lineage of the Abraham Hasbrouck Family - On Sam's Point

  • AUGUST - Governor George Clinton, seventh paper - Vaughan's Second Expedition - The Celebration in Kingston - Lineage of the Abraham Hasbrouck Family - By Hudson's Tide

  • SEPTEMBER - Governor George Clinton, eighth paper - A Dutch Nonsense Rhyme - Vaughan's Second Expedition - Forming the Clinton Procession - The Van Aaken and Allied Family - Lineage of the Abraham Hasbrouck Family - October Hues of the Catskills

  • OCTOBER - Governor George Clinton, ninth paper - A Dutch St. Nicholas Rhyme - Adding Romance to History - A Letter of Congratulation - The Fort at Lackawack - Letters to Colonel Charles DeWitt - Forming the Clinton Procession in New York - Lineage of the Christian Meyer Family - Lineage of the Abraham Hasbrouck Family - Esopus Kingston

  • NOVEMBER - Governor George Clinton, tenth paper - The Name Ashokan - The Captivity of the Abeels 1781 - Letters of Charles DeWitt - Taking Governor Clinton to the Battery - The Lineage of the Abraham Hasbrouck Family - The Van Deusen Family - Autumn in the Catskills

  • DECEMBER - Governor George Clinton, eleventh paper - The Esopus When Chambers Came 1652 - Letters of Charles DeWitt - Law Relating to Private Burials of Servants 1684 - The Patentees' Monument - Lineage of the Abraham Hasbrouck  Family - Information Given and Asked - The Deed of Vaughan

  • JANUARY - Governor George Clinton, twelfth paper - The Story of Jane Strope - Kit Davis' Kil - Letters of Charles DeWitt - An Echo of Indian Troubles - Brew House for Sale 1803 - The House of Johannes Tack - Lineage of the Abraham Hasbrouck Family - The Van Aaken and Allied Families - At Funeral of Marius Schoonmaker

  • FEBRUARY - The Settlement of Katskill (Leeds) - Law of New York Relating to Arson 1732 - Governor george Clinton, thirtheenth paper - Letters of Charles DeWitt - The Hardenbergh House at Rosendale - Lineage of the Abraham Hasbrouck Family - On the Banks of the Hudson

  • MARCH - Governor George Clinton, fourteenth paper - The Labadists and The Esopus - The Birthplace of George Clinton - Letters of Charles DeWitt - The VanAaken and Allied Families - The Rhine

  • APRIL - Henry Hudson and Ulster county - Governor George Clinton, fifteenth paper - The Manhattan at Battery Pier, New York - Letters of Charles DeWitt - Lineage of the Decker Family (cont'd from Vol III) - A Ballad of a Dreadful Day

  • MAY - Henry Hudson and Ulster County - Some Old Dutch Names for Cookery - Governor George Clinton, sixteenth paper - Jacob Jansen Stoll and Jacob Hap - George Clinton and Billy Smith - A Tory Estimate of Sheriff DuMond - Letters of Charles DeWitt - The Clinton Procession in Washington - Lineage of the Decker Family (cont'd) - A Storm in the Catskills

  • JUNE - Henry Hudson and Ulster County - Governor George Clinton, seventeenth paper - The Old Senate House - Sheriff Egbert DuMont - Lineage of the Decker Family - The Van Aaken and Allied Families - Letters of Charles DeWitt - The Hudson

  • JULY - In Memoriam, colonel Charles DeWitt - Governor George Clinton, eighteenth paper - Letters of Charles DeWitt - The Van Aaken and Allied Families - From the Tower on Belle Ayr Mountain

  • AUGUST - The Ambitions of Kingston - Governor George Clinton, nineteenth paper - Letters of Charles DeWitt - DeWaal House - Charles De Witt - A Quaint Document - The Van Aaken and Allied Families - The Hudson

  • SEPTEMBER - A Crafty Esopus Indian - The Delaware and Hudson canal - The Treaty Made "Under the Blue Sky" - The Man Who Burned Kingston - Letters of Charles DeWitt - Foreign Trade of the Esopus - The Name "Steene Rapie" - Clinton Procession in Washington - Advertisement of a Forge - The Van Aaken and Allie Families - Henry Hudson's Quest

  • OCTOBER - Old Ulster and its hinterland - The Dutch Church in Kingston - In the Bruynswyck Churchyard - Kit Davis's Patent - Slaves in Marbletown in 1755 - Petition for Domine Bloem - The Van Aaken and Allied Families - Gates of the Hudson

  • NOVEMBER - A Palatine Boy and a Free Press - Fox Hall Manor and the Monument - Indian Outrages in Rochester in 1756 - Colonel Jacob Rutsen - An Alarm of Early Days - The Van Aaken and Allied Families - Night in Katsbaan 

  • DECEMBER - The First Census of the Town of Kingston - Rensselaerswyck Settlers Connected with the Esopus - The Rhinebeck Ferry - The Old Catskill House - Esopus and Ponckhockie - Governor George Clinton, twentieth paper - The Van Aaken and Allied Families - Lineage of the Christian Meyer Famliy - Catskill Mountains

  • JANUARY - The House of Mrs. Falls, Liberty Square - Early Settlement of Middletown - Death Notices from Old Papers - The Father of Colonel Jacob Rutsen - A War Scare in Kingston - LIneage of the Christian Meyer Family - The Van Aaken and Allied families - To Thomas Cole, the Painter

  • FEBRUARY - The Palatinate of the Rhine - A Reminder of Slavery Days in New York - The Ferry at Saugerties - The Government of New Paltz - The Reverend John Miller and "The Esopus" - An Order to Repair the Domine's House - Death Notices from Old Papers - The Van Aaken and Allied Families - Vanderlyn

  • MARCH - Patriotic Women and Their Tea - Bridging the Esopus - The Supply of Lead in the Revolution - New Store and Landing - The Bruyn Family of Shawangunk - Some Dutch Family Names - Renewing the Treaty with the Indians - The Farm Between Two Creeks - The  Van Aaken and Allied Families - The Wallkill Valley

  • APRIL - The Patent of Rochester and the Settlement - colonel George W. Pratt - The Bogardus Inn - An Interesting letter - The Indians in 1676 - An Old Dutch Nonsense Rhyme - A Will of Manumission - The van Aaken and Allied Families - Ontiora

  • MAY - The Hardenbergh, or the Great Patent - Governor George Clinton, twenty-first paper - Colonel McClaghry's Freedom - The Day Line of One Hundred Years Ago - The Effect of a Patriotic Address - The Settlement of the Town of Hunter - Marriage Notices in Old Kingston Papers - Patriots of New Paltz - The Van Aaken and Allied Families - May in Kingston

  • JUNE - The Earliest Settlers at Saugerties Village - The Settlement at the Peenpack - Manuel Gonzales, the Spaniard - A Carrier's Address, One Hundred years Ago - Death Notices from Old Papers - Building the State's Strong Box 1777 - The Precincts of Old Ulster - The Van Aaken and Allied Families - The Hudson

  • JULY - Disbanding of the Army under Washington - The New Paltz Patent and its Boundmarks - The Ostrander Family - Lineage of the Christian Meyer Family - Independence Anthem

  • AUGUST - The Iroquois and the Ulster - Building the Delaware and Hudson Canal - Manuel Gonzales and His Nickname - Anthonij van Hooges, a Charming Personality - The Old Kingston Academy - Slavery in Ulster County - Tawarataque and the Hurley Boundary - Lineage of the Christian Meyer Family - Organizing the State Government at Kingston 1777

  • SEPTEMBER - Slavery in Ulster County - The Mill of the Esopus - A Few Kingston Death Notices - feudal Service to Fox Hall Manor - Highway Districts in Early days - Lineage of the Christian Meyer Family - Cloudland in the Catskills

  • OCTOBER - James S. McEntee's Story of the Canal - Mattys Jansen van Ceulen, the Patroon of Zwaanendal - A Few Old Letters - The Committee of Ulster County - Fortifying Kingston in the Old French War - Lineage of the Christian Meyer Family - Onteora to the Pine

  • NOVEMBER - Bonding Towns and Corrupt Politics - A Dutch Nonsense Rhyme - The oldest House in Port Jervis (Decker) - Conraedt Ten Eyck, an Early Patriot - About the De Witt Family - The Wallkill - The Lineage of the Christian Meyer Family - The Sprit of the Mountain

  • DECEMBER - The Temple at New Windsor 1782 - The Birthplace of DeWitt Clinton - De Duivels Dans Kamer - A Moving "Birnam Woo," Which Failed - Tombstone Inscriptions in Kingston Churchyard - Fourth of July Meeting 1845 - Lineage of the Christian Meyer Family - Perished

  • JANUARY - The Shawangunk Mountain Range - Site of Old Fort and Wawarsing's First Settler - First Riflemaker in America an Ulster Huguenot - The House of Judge Hasbrouck - John Persen's Will - Records in the Persen Family Bible - From a Roosa Family Bible - New Year Morn O'er the Catskills

  • FEBRUARY - Wiltwyck Chapter House - Provincial and Revolutionary Military Organizations - Tombstone Inscriptions in Kingston churchyard - A Threat from Joseph Brant - The Will of Antoine Crespel - Lineage of the Christian Meyer Family The Mountains of the Skys

  • MARCH - DeWitt Clinton's Birthplace - Provincial and Revolutionary Military Organizations - Ulster Lodge, No. 193, F. &  A. M., Saugerties, N.Y. - A Glimpse of Kingston Fifty Years Ago - New Shaving and Tonsural Establishment - A Revolutionary Certificate - The Will of Wessel TenBroeck - Information Wanted - Legend of Kaaterskill

  • APRIL - The Indians of Catskill - The Katsbaan Church Records - Relating to the Terwilliger Family - Provincial and Revolutionary Military Organizations - Wiltwyck Chapter House - On the Rondout

  • MAY - The Captivity of Frederick Schermerhorn - Provincial and Revolutionary Military Organizations - A Carrier's Address of Forty Years Ago - Governor George Clinton's New Coat - The Colors of the One Hundred and Twentieth - The Katsbaan church Records - The Catskills

  • JUNE - The Departure of the Twentieth Regiment - An Old-Time Pedagogue - Provincial and Revolutionary Military Organizations - A Marriage License of British Days - The Katsbaan church Records - The Maid of Ulster

  • JULY - Departure of the One Hundred and Twentieth - The Divorce of Annetje Arians 1664 - Katsbaan church and Domine Ostrander - The Katsbaan church Records - The Men Who Held the Line 

  • AUGUST - The Centennial of the State of New York - The Grave of Colonel Jacob Rutsen - Major John Gillespy and Family - Roosa Family Records - Records in the Viele Family Bible - The Katsbaan Church Records - Half a Century After

  • SEPTEMBER - Rondout Village Eighty Years Ago - Frontier Blockhouse Defense 1758 - Three Generations of Patriots - The Medal of the Brothers De Witt - Palatine Families at West Camp in 1710-11 - The Katsbaan Church Records - Vanderlyn

  • OCTOBER - Greenkill Mills and Charles De Witt - Proposed Moravian Settlement in Ulster County 1753 - New York State Historical Association Meeting - Katsbaan Church Records - The Catskills

  • NOVEMBER - The Story of the One Hundred and Fifty-Sixth - Proposed Moravian Settlement in Ulster county 1753 - This Region Two Hundred and Fifty Years Ago - Initial Stones in Katsbaan Church Wall - The Katsbaan Church Records - What Isaac Thomas Did

  • DECEMBER - Musings in the Kingston Churchyard - Vouchers of the French and Indian War 1758 - Proposed Moravian Settlement in Ulster County 1753 - An Old Dutch Milking Song - George Washington and the Church of Kingston - The Katsbaan Church Records - Down in the Glen at Idlewild 

  • JANUARY - Ulster County and the Frelinghuysens - Musings in the Kingston churchyard - The Will of Tjerk Glaeszen De Witt - Katsbaan Church Records - A Patriotic Charge for Each Sixteenth of October

  • FEBRUARY - Mrs. Dina Frelinghuysen - Mrs. Dina Hardenbergh - Revolutionary Frigates in the Esopus - The Ulster Iron Works at Saugerties - Ulster County Ninety Years Ago - Kingston Postmasters - Katsbaan Church Records - The Glebe Schoolhouse at Newburgh

  • MARCH - A Pioneer Settlement from 'Sopus - The Honorable Agreement of Tjerck De Witt of Coxing 1710 - Lieutenant Van Hoevenberg in the Revolution - Katsbaan Church Records - In the Catskills

  • APRIL - A Pioneer Settlement from 'Sopus - The Northeast Corner of Old Ulster - The Matrimonial Bond of Three Bachelors 1781 - Genealogy of Colonel Jacob Rutsen - The Katsbaan Church Records - The Hudson River

  • MAY - An Ulster Congressman Fights a Duel - Aaron Burr and Ulster County - A Curious Marriage Custom - Will of Lambert Huybertse Brink - Temple Hill Monument, New Windsor - Katsbaan Church Records - A Day by the Delaware

  • JUNE - The Jewish Colony at Sholam, Ulster County - Prayer, Faith and Expectation in Wawarsing - Old Stone Church at Hurley, New York - That Katsbaan Church Records - Klyne Kill

  • JULY - The Delaware River - The Old Stone School House at Hurley - David Schuyler - Last Letter of General Montgomery 1775 - The Katsbaan Church Records - The Catskills

  • AUGUST - The Catskill-Canajoharie Railroad Project - An Old Dutch Musical Rhyme - Aldert or Aleardt Roosa - The Jan Van Deusen House, Hurley - The Katsbaan Church Records - An Autumn Ramble in the Catskills

  • SEPTEMBER - General Sharpe and Lee's Surrender - Remarks at the Fire - The Katsbaan Church Records - A Sonnet. To G. P. K. 

  • OCTOBER - The Building of Plank Roads - Death of Domine Mancius - The Old Normal School at New Paltz - Legend of the Willow Plate - The Katsbaan church Records - Jacob's Valley

  • NOVEMBER - General Sharpe at the Unveiling - First County Convention in Ulster County - Manumitting a Slave 1794 - Recollections of General James Clinton - The Katsbaan Church Records - A Sunset at the Episcopal Parsonage

  • DECEMBER - Historical Notice of Kingston and Rondout 1858 - Some Old Landmarks in and About Hurley - The Residence of John Sudam - Marius Amid The Ruins of Carthage

  • JANUARY - Historical Notice of Kingston and Rondout - Some Old Time industries of Hurley - The Will of Rachel Bogardus - The New Netherland Origin of Santa Claus - The Katsbaan Church Records - Winnisook

  • FEBRUARY - The Episcopal Church in Ulster County 1704-6 - The Horse of General Sharpe and his Tombstone - The last Proclamation of the Last Royal Governor - A Former Visit of Washington Irving in Kingston - The Katsbaan Church Records - The Peace of Winnisook

  • MARCH - The Pratt Rocks at Prattsville - John Vanderlyn - General Van Cortlandt and Sullivan's Expedition - The Katsbaan Church Records - At Winnisook

  • APRIL - The Pine Bush Raid and Graham's Defeat 1778 - Names and Occupations of Newburgh Palatines 1708 - Brodhead's Ashokan Reservoir - Advertisements One Hundred Years Ago - About Tar Making 1708 - Ulster County Feeding Boston's Poor 1774 - The Katsbaan Church Records - Burial of Minnisink

  • MAY - Old Ulster and the American Navy - Judge Elmendorf and Lucas Turnpike - A Fox Hunt - A Revolutionary Tar and Feathering - The Will of Helena Smedes - The Katsbaan Church Records - Sonnet-Marious in Carthage

  • JUNE - Old Ulster and the American Navy Lieutenant Charles W. Chipp, U.S.N. - Governor William L. Marcy at Saugerties 1833 - The Jubilee of American Independence 1826 - The Katsbaan Church Records - A Legend of the Hudson

  • JULY - Old Ulster and the American Navy - Rear Admiral Robert W. Shufeldt, U.S.N. - The Death of Lieutenant Chipp - Historic Wawarsing - Recalling Events of the Long Ago - The Katsbaan Church Records - Mirage of Mount Kaaterskill

  • AUGUST - Establishing a New Jerusalem in Sholam - Ulster County's Battle Ground - Honk Falls - Mattys Jansen van Ceulen (van Keuren) - Lineage of the Brink Family - The Waterfall

  • SEPTEMBER - Opening of the Delaware and Hudson Canal 1826 - A prospective Manumission - An Amazon of the Lumber Woods - Old Ulster and the American Navy Rear Admiral Hiram Paulding, U.S.N. - Colonel Jacobus Severyn Bruyn - Shaking Hands - The Old Wawarsing Church and its Pulpit - Ulster County Tobacco Culture 80 years ago - Some Palatine Riddles - Mount Mongola

  • OCTOBER - Colonel Zadock Pratt - Peter Van Orden, a Soldier of the American Revolution - The Lady Washington galley - The Name of Katskill or Kaaterskill - Clothing the Revolutionary Army - Holland

  • NOVEMBER - The Kingston Academy - The Mother of Roscoe Conkling - The Great Webster-Hayne Debate 1830 - Early Reference to the Esopus - Prefixes to Dutch Names - Old Saugerties Advertisements 1830 - Bridal Torch

  • DECEMBER - The Old Sawyer Discovered - Mansion House - The Kingston Academy, cont'd - Fire in Kingston in 1805 - The Four Shawangunk Lakes - Van Gaesbeeck Family in Netherlands - The Death of Governor De Witt Clinton - Six Van Hoevenbergh Generations - De Witt Clinton Entering Columbia College - Indian Summer on the Hudson

  • JANUARY - Visit of the seventh Regiment in Kingston 1855 - Chancellor Kent on Colonel Charles DeWitt - The Genesis of the Rip Van Winkle Legend - Andrews Devors Identified - An Elmendorf Line - Jacob's Valley - Evening on the Hudson

  • FEBRUARY - The National Grays - The Kingston Academy - The Amalgamation of Dutch and Yankees - Roundout Mansion House 1833 - Reminiscences of Catskill - The Will of Mattijs Persen - Copley's Autumn on the Hudson

  • MARCH - Early Schools in Old Ulster - The Hurley Greens - A Letter of Revolutionary Days - Records of the Rochester Church - To the Hudson

  • APRIL - Christopher or "Kit" Davis, the Esopus Pioneer - The Dis-interment of Governor Clinton - The Passing of the Dutch Language - Street Railroad Service in Kingston Begins 1866 - Records of the Rochester Church - The Long Drama

  • MAY - An Early Railroad Project - Kingston in 1817 - The Old Senate house - Forming ithe Constitution of New York 1777 - A Kingston Barber's Advertisement - One of the Services George Clinton Rendered - Letters to the Committee of Safety in 1776 - Records of the Rochester Church - Fort Putnam, West Point

  • JUNE - Academy Green and its Indian Treaties - Shawangunk Colonial Tunnel and Old Mine Road - The First Senate of New York 1777 - Kingston in 1828 - Records of the Rochester Church - The Patience of Liberty

  • JULY - Old Ulster and the American Navy Rear Admiral Abram Bruyn Hasbrouck Lillie, U.S.N. - Boom Days in Saugerties - The First State Constitution and the Hogsheads - Land Patents in the Esopus Under the Dutch - Ulster County in 1833 - Diary Entry covering Burning of Kingston in 1777 - Records of the Rochester Church - Pine Orchard, the Portal to the Region of Romance

  • AUGUST - Ulster County and the War of 1812 - The Historian of Kingston - Why Burgoyne Was Not Reinforced at Saratoga - Rapid Transit 100 Years Ago - Entry from Marbletown Church Records - Lineage of the Christian Meyer Family - Records of the Rochester Church - Champlain

  • SEPTEMBER - The Down Rent War - Notice of Building of Bridge at Saugerties 1816 - The Invasion of the Yankees - The Family of Colonel Charles Clinton - Records of the Rochester Church - The Highlands

  • OCTOBER - Sojourner Truth - Governor Clinton Present at the burning of Kingston 1777 - One of the down Rent Ballads - An Old Time Mathematical Problem - Records of the Rochester Church - Explosion of Steamer Reindeer 1852

  • NOVEMBER - Washington's Headquarters at Newburgh - The Story of Gross Hardenbergh - The charter of the Dutch Church, Kingston - Records of the Rochester Church - Cochecton

  • DECEMBER - A Retrospect - Hon. David Miller DeWitt, the Historian - The Murder of Sheriff Steele 1845 - Records of the Rochester Church - Vale

Ulster County 1790

Dutch Names in My Family:

Decker 

Stanton 

Hollenbeck 

Dykeman

Bogardus

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