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Search New York Almshouse Records 1782-1813. Records contain name of ancestor, date admitted, age, where from or born, complaint [illness], discharged, died, remarks.
Admitted Names Age Where From or Born Complaints Discharged Died Remarks
1782 Oct 1 Andereise, Phebe 68 Amboy [Perth Amboy, NJ?] old age      
1793 Feb 4 Adams, Mary 54 Ireland Asthma      
1796 March Anson, Patty 34 England blind      
1797 Andereise, Hannah 65 Germany deranged Aug 2, 1812    
1801 Dec 12 Anderson, William 59 England blind      
1801 Sept 2 Andrews, Abigail 51 New York Weakness      
1806 April 2 Anderson, Richard 58 Pennsylvania insane      
1806 June 30 Askins, Sarah 24 New York blind      
1807 Jan 7 Ackerman, Mary 75 Philips Manor old age      
1807 Mar 5 Anely, Catherine 59 Poughkeepsie        
1797 April Aswine, Mary 67 Scotland flighty      
1807 Sept. 2 Alexander, Charles 72 Scotland        
1807 Dec. 12 Allison, William B - 6m New York son of Eliz. Brower Oct. 14, 1817   at nurse with Sarah [?]
no date visible Anderson, Catherine 38 Boston   Apr. 6, 1812    
1811 Oct 10 Aikins, Ann 30 Ireland        
1811 Oct 10 Aikins, Margaret 3 New York        
1811 Oct 10 Aikins, Sally Ann 8 mos New York        
1811 Oct. 14 Ager, Peter 59 Ireland   Mar 30, 1812    
1811 Nov 12 Anderson, Mary Ann 3 New York        
1811 Nov. 26 Aimes, Henry 52 New York     Aug 17, 1812  
1812 Jan Anderson, Mary 36 New Jersey   May 5, 1812   sent to asylum
1812 Jan 8 Anderson, Kitty 48 New York        
1812 Jan 17 Abold, Israel 18 Essex County   Mar 31, 1812    
1812 Jan 18 Ames, Debby 49 New Jersey        
1812 Feb 8 Anderson, Sarah 29 Philadelphia   Mar 23, 1812    
1812 Feb 8 Anderson, Mary 5 mos New York        
1812 Feb 13 Anthony, Caesar 54 Africa   June 19, 1812   Eloped?
1812 Feb 19 Archibald, Mary 49 Ireland   June 2, 1812    
1812 Feb 29 Arden, Olivia 49 Connecticut   Apr 19, 1812    
1812 Feb 29 Alley, Constant 24 Africa crazy   Mar 31, 1812  
1812 Feb 29 Aswell, James 50 Scotland        
no date visible Ackerman, Elizabeth   Scotland        
1808 Jan 30 Allworth, Sarah 71 New York        
1812 Apr 3 Alburtus, Samuel 12 3/4 New York   Apr 6, 1812    
1812 Apr 7 Alexander, Joyce 39 Ireland   July 29, 1812    
1812 Jan 23 Alexander, Robert M 3 New York   ? ? 1812    
1812 Jan 23 Alexander, George 4 mos New York   July 29, 1812    
1812? Anson, Ann Eliza? 67 New York        
1811, Feb 15 Albries?, Sylvester 52 Eske? Devvord?        
1811, Mar 8 Arnold, Mary Ann P New York   Mar 14, 1812   at nurse with Mary [?]
1807 May 7 Arden, Thomas Jefferson B 5m         at nurse with Mary Parker
1811 May 17 Allen, Charlotte B 6m         at nurse with Mother
1811 May 25 Ash, Hannah B 10m         [can't read]
1811 April ? Arnold? Louisa B 1 y         at nurse with Mother
1812 May 4 Ackley, John P 29 Baltimore sailor, sick May 28, 1812    
1812 May 6 Andrews, Amos 60 [--swhich] [Cove?]   June 10, 1812    
1812 May 20 Allen, Isaac 40 Massachusetts   June 15, 1812   Eloped?
1812 May 21 Archibald?, Margaret 60 Pennsylvania   can't read date    
1813 June 12 Arnold, Louisa 12 1/2 New York lame      
there are 4 more names but I cannot read dates or names as the ink has faded
1811 June x illegible 61 Island? Ispich? [illegible]        
1811 June 11 Abraham, Betsey 78 Wales   Nov? 1817    
1811 Aug 3 Anderson, [--]nnah 38 Philadelphia illegible Sept 4, 1817?    
1811 Sept 3 Ashet, Mary 46 England   Dec 9, 1812    
1811 Sept 5 Armstrong, John 40 Ireland        
1811 Oct 5 Adams, Mary 64 Ireland        
1811 Oct 17 Aihn? Benjamin 65 England   Dec. 12, 1812    
1811 Oct. 19 Adams, James 84 England        
1811 Oct. 19 Adams, Rebecca? 74 East Chester        
1811 Oct 20 Ackerman, Rachel 16 New York   Nov. 1817    
1811 Nov. 27 Abraham, Elizabeth 28 England        
1811 Dec 21 Anderson? William 55 Ireland        
1811 Dec 22 Alexander, Jane? 40 Ireland        
1811 Dec 22 Alexander, Robert 3 1/2 New York        
1811 Dec 22 Alexander, [?] 1 New York        
1811 Dec 24 Anderson, Rebeckah 4 1/2 New York        
1811 Dec 24 Anderson, Manning? 3 New York        

Last Updated on 05/01/2010
By Lorine McGinnis Schulze


Search New York Almshouse Records 1782-1813. Records contain name of ancestor, date admitted, age, where from or born, complaint [illness], discharged, died, remarks.

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