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-Almshouse children (orphans) sent to New Netherland (New York) from Amsterdam Holland on the ship De Waegh (The Weigh-House), August 1655
-Almshouse Records New York 1782-1813 Surnames A | Surnames B | Surnames C. Other surnames to follow
-Almshouse Records New York 1819-1840
-List of those who died while in Staten Island Quarantine May 1849-Dec. 1850
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-Society for Relief of Half-Orphans & Destitute Children 1900, Manhattan New York
-Milwaukee County Almshouse & Poor Farm Cemeteries Wisconsin List of Burials 1872-1892
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-Milwaukee County Almshouse & Poor Farm Cemeteries Wisconsin List of Burials 1956-1974


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

New York Almshouse 1782-1813 Surnames "C" Note that some names have a bold "B" apparently indicating "Bastard" and a "P" for ??
Admitted Names Age Where From or Born Complaints Discharged Died Remarks
1797 Oct Clausbach, Elizabeth 50 New York        
1797 Oct Clausbach, Mary 20 New Jersey        
1797 Oct Clausbach, John 17 New Jersey        
1797 Oct Campbell, Mary 84 Scotland Superannuated      
[1797?] Nov Crawford, Mary 61 Ireland Infirm      
1800 Dec. Clin, Elizabeth 64 Germany        
1803 Nov. 23 Cassiles, Barbara 67 New York Sickly      
1803 Nov. 23 Caseman, Jane 47 Wales        
1805 Jan 9 Clinton, Mary 67 Ireland Blind      
1805 Jan 9 Collier, Elizabeth 66 New York        
1806 Oct 22 Colgrove, Ann 40 Long Island   May 13, 1812    
1807 Feb 13 Craig, James 65 Scotland        
1807 Feb 13 Craig, Catherine 56 New York        
1807 May 22 Collins, Margaret 49 New York Cancer in the face      
1807 June 16 Cronck, Cecilia 5 New York        
1807 July 14 Connelly, Catherine 34 New York        
1807 July 14 Connelly, John 9 New York   Mar 26, 1812    
1807 July 14 Connelly, Mary 7 New York        
1807 July 14 Connelly, Nancy 12 New York   May 11, 1812    
1808 Mar 22 Collins, John G. "B" 5 New York       at nurse with mother
1808 Sept 5 Carmer, Rosannah "P" 4 New York       at nurse with mother
1808 Oct 5 Coglan, William "P" 5 New York   May 1, 1812   at nurse with mother
1809 Feb 2 Cusser, Catherine Ann "B" 3 1/2 New York       at nurse with Rachel [missing]
1809 Feb 19 Clark, Caroline S. "B" 2y 3 mos New York       at nurse with mother
1809 Mar 11 Cheney, Elizabeth "P" 3 1/2 New York       at nurse with Luretia? [missing]
1809 Mar 21 Cooper, Cornelius R. "B" 3 1/2 New York       at nurse with mother
1809 Apr 3 Carey, Thomas States "P" 2 1/2 New York       at nurse with Patty/Polly V[missing]
1809 July 27 Clockman, Mary 50 New Jersey lame hand      
1809 Nov 2 Cogdill, John "P" 3 New York       at nurse with Mary [missing]
1809 Nov 2 Cutchalk, Margaret 48 Philadelphia        
1809 Nov 2 Cutchalk, John 5 New York        
1809 Nov 2 Coops, Antonette 72 Holland lame hand      
1810 Feb 23 Clark, Caroline "B" 2 1/2 New York       at nurse with Hannah Cla[missing]
1810 May 24 Casey, James 54 Scotland insane & lame      
1810 June 7 Chadwick, Francis "B" 2 1/2 New York       at nurse with mother
1810 July 5 Courtney, Sarah 77 Staten Island        
1910 Aug 28 Cork, Nancy 54 New York        
1810 Sept 8 Cooper, Sally "P" 3 New York       at nurse with Phebe Fur[missing]
1810 Sept 8 Concklin, Cogden James "B" 2 New York       at nurse with Ann Conck[missing]
1810 Dec 8 Clare, Conrad 56 Germany        
1810 Dec 8 Carroll, Mary 48 Ireland        
1810 Dec 8 Conrad, Lydia 38 Ireland Sickly      
1810 Dec 28 Colfax, Robert 58 Newhampshire        
1811 Jan 15 Crandal, Susannah 45 At Sea Sickly May 25, 1812    
1811 Mar 28 Culbertson, Jemima 5 New York   May 26, 1812    
1811 Apr 17 Conlin, Mary 61 Ireland        
1811 Apr 30 Calder, Jane 17 New York Fits      
1811 May 8 Crawford, Peter 60 Ireland Rheumatism      
1811 May 31 Close, Rachel 45 New York        
1811 June 4 Crawford, James 6 Philadelphia   Aug 1, 1812    
1811 July 29 Carter, Susan 36 New York        
1811 July 29 Carter, Ann 13 New York        
1811 July 29 Carter, Eliza 8 New York        
1811 July 29 Carter, Edmund 4 New York        
1811 July 29 Carter, Catherine 19 mos New York     Nov. 13, 1812  
1811 Aug 1 Courtland, Patty (blk) 30 Long Island Deranged      
1811 Aug 9 Coffee, Catherine 60 Ireland   Apr 25, 1812    
1811 Aug 26 Cray, Eve 40 Amsterdam Swelled Feet      
1811 Sept 5 Crawford, Betsy 31 Connecticut        
1811 Sept 5 Crawford, Samuel 5 New York        
1811 Sept 5 Crawford, Adeline M. 1 1/2 New York        
1811 Sept 16 Casey, Sally 30 Ireland        
1811 Sept 16 Casey, Elanor 4 New York        
1811 Sept 26 Collier, Elanor 45 Ireland   Mar 26, 1812    
1811 Oct. 11 Conlin, Mary 38 Ireland Drunken Vagrant Apr 11, 1812    
1811 Oct 17 Connoly, Bryan 43 Ireland   Apr 2, 1812    
1811 Oct 23 Campbell, Sarah 27 Ireland Pregnant June 30, 1812    
1811 Oct 23 Campbell, Margaret 3 New York   June 30, 1812    
1811 Oct 25 Cunningham, Mary 30 Ireland   June 10, 1812    
1811 Oct 25 Cunningham, Peggy 4 New York   June 10, 1812    
1811 Oct 25 Cunningham, Caty 7 mos New York   June 10, 1812    
1811 Nov 12 Clevis, Elizabeth 32 New York   June 22, 1812    
1811 Nov 21 Crawford, Maria 24 New York        
1811 Nov 21 Crawford, George 3 New York        
1811 Nov 27 Campbell, William 59 Scotland   May 14, 1812    
1811 Nov 27 Campbell, Sarah 27 Poughkeepsie   May 14, 1812    
1811 Nov 27 Campbell, William 10 New York   May 14, 1812    
1811 Nov 27 Campbell, Collin 7 New York   May 14, 1812    
1811 Nov 27 Campbell, Elizabeth 8 mos New York   May 14, 1812    
1811 Dec 4 Collins, Phebe 26 Bottle Hill        
1811 Dec 11 Conner, William 36 Ireland        
1811 Dec 11 Cook, Ann 21 Peekskill   Apr 17, 1812    
1811 Dec 11 Cook, William 2 Peekskill   Apr 17, 1812    
1811 Dec 14 Clinton, Joseph 64 New York   July 18, 1812    
1811 Dec 14 Cunningham, William 48 Ireland   May 6, 1812    
1811 Dec 18 Clauston, Nicholas 52 Scotland   Apr 14, 1812    
1811 Dec 20 Clauson, Timothy 25 Kinderhook   June 2, 1812   Transported
1811 Dec 21 Carley, Ann Maria 19 Fishkill Pregnant June 2, 1812   Transported
1811 Dec 25 Creland, Ann 30 New York   May 25, 1812    
1811 Dec 25 Cray, Sarah 74 Long Island        
1811 Dec 28 Creeland, Jane 29 Ireland from Bridewell   July 18, 1812  
1811 Dec 30 Claus, Henry 44 New York   Nov. 10, 1812    
1812 Jan 2 Crump, Francis 34 Paris   Mar 23, 1812    
1812 Jan 2 Crump, Lucinda 38 Fort Stanwix   Apr. 4, 1812    
1812 Jan 2 Crump, Francis 6 Vermont   Apr 4, 1812    
1812 Jan 3 Campbell, Robert 8 New York   Apr 22, 1812   on trial at Jno. R. Livingstone's Factory
1812 Jan 3 Campbell, James 3 New York        
1812 Jan 22 Conan, David 31 New York   Mar 17, 1812    
1812 Jan 31 Crawford, David 51 Scotland A poor wretch Apr 6, 1812    
1812 Feb 6 Crawson, Sarah 20 New York   Apr 6, 1812    
1812 Feb 6 Crawson, Susan Ann 3 New York        
1812 Feb 20 Cully, Patrick 48 Ireland Rheumatism Mar 24, 1812    
1812 Mar 5 Carley, Catherine A 1 day Almshouse   June 2, 1812   Transported with her mother
1811 Nov 7 Corkhill, Mary 40 New York     Nov 7, 1812  
1812 Corkhill, Caty 4 New York       see Goodman? Gordon? [very tiny script]
1812 Cretia (blck) 2 New York        
1812 Churchfield, Ann 45 New York        
1812 Curran, John 3 1/2 New York        
1812 Crips, Theodore 9 New York        
1812 Carey, Mary 8 New York     Dec 18, 1812  
1812 Currie, Mary 60 Ireland        
1808 Oct 7 Croney, James 55 Ireland Rheumatism      
1811 Sept 3 Carter, Bridget 50 Ireland   May 25, 1812    
1811 Sept 3 Campbell, Daniel 1 1/2 New York        
1811 Sept 3 Courtney, Matthew 58 Ireland        
1811 Nov 21 Crawford, Mary 26 Holland        
1811 Nov 21 Conley, William 43 Ireland        
1811 Mar 27 Cooper, Harry 10 New York   Apr 22, 1812   on trial at Jno. R. Livingstone's Factory, New Hav[?]
1811 Mar 27 Campbell, William 40 New York        
1811 Mar 31 Coleman, James 34 Massachusetts   June 1, 1812    
1811 Mar 31 Coleman, David 10 Esopus   Apr 16, 1812   on trial
1811 Mar 31 Coleman, Polly 6 Esopus        
1811 Mar 31 Coleman, Charlotte 3 1/2 Esopus     Apr 30, 1812  
1811 Mar 31 Coleman, Hannah "P" 9 mos Haverstraw     June 24, 1812 nurse with Susan Van A[?]
1811 Mar 31 Culbert, Mary Ann 6 New York        
1811 Mar 31 Culberson, William 9 New York   May 26, 1812    
1811 Mar 31 Culberson, Abraham 7 New York   May 26, 1812    
1811 Nov 18 Cressy, John 9 New York   May 15, 1812    
1811 Nov 18 Croiker, Jane Ann 4 New York        
1812 Feb 11 Curry, Mary 60 Ireland        
1805 Jan 9 Collier, Richard 58 England        
1811 May 8 Crawford, Cornelius 8 New York        
1801 Apr 4 Cook, Nicholas 51 Germany        
1811 Mar Colden, Jane 17 New York        
1812 Mar 17 Covert, Hannah 30 New York?        
1811 July 6 Chambers, Francis 38 Ireland        
1812 Mar 30 Campbell, Mary 3 mos Almshouse        
1801 Apr 4 Cook, Nicholas 51 Germany        
1812 Apr 17 Colbert, Hannah 32 New Jersey no settlement      
1812 Apr 18 Connoly, Bryan 44 Ireland   May 25, 1812    
1812 Jan 25 Carroll, Mary 70 New York   Nov. 13, 1812    
1812 Jan 25 Colgrove, Susan 8 Almshouse        
1812 Mar 6 Croning, Mary B. "P" 2 mos New York       at nurse with mother
1812 Apr 21 Campbell, Margaret 50 Ireland   May 13, 1812    
1812 Apr 21 Churchill, Abner 62 Connecticut     July 6, 1812  
1812 Apr 25 Coffey, Elizabeth 39 New Jersey sick May 13, 1812    
1812 Feb 28 Croning, Mary Bussing "P" 2 mos New York       at nurse with mother
1808 Aug Cronke, Cecilia "B" 5 y 6 mos New York   June 21, 1812   at nurse with mother
1812 Apr 27 Connor, Mary Ann 7 New York returned from trial July 4, 1812   on trial
1812 May 2 Currie, Nancy 27 Ireland   May 8, 1812    
1812 May 2 Currie, Nicholas 6 Ireland   May 8, 1812    
1812 May 2 Currie, Henry 2 ?? Red Stone   May 8, 1812    
1812 May 6 Carrow, Anthony 35 Madrass   Sept 11, 1812    
1812 May 6 Crozier, John 6 New York        
1812 May 6 Crasier, Mary 4 1/2 M. P. St. Chester New York        
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Choose from * New York Almshouse Bond Registers in New York Almshouse Surnames "A" 1782-1813 | Surnames B 1782-1813 | Surnames C 1782-1813 | 1819 | 1820 | 1821 | 1822 | 1823 | 1824 | 1825 | 1826 | 1827 | 1828 | 1829

* 1830-1920 New York, Census of Inmates in Almshouses and Poorhouses 1830-1920 [offsite]

* 1855-1858: [SURNAMES "A"] [SURNAMES "B"] [SURNAMES "C"] [SURNAMES "D"] [ SURNAMES "F"] [SURNAMES "G"] [SURNAMES "H"] [SURNAMES "I"] [SURNAMES "K"] [SURNAMES "L"] [SURNAMES "M"] [SURNAMES "N"] [SURNAMES "O"] [SURNAMES "P" & "Q"] [SURNAMES "R"] [SURNAMES "S"] [SURNAMES "T"] [SURNAMES "V"] [SURNAMES "W"]


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