Most of what we (Clay and I) learned about the Abrams tree was obtained from the "Eardeley Notes" He was a genealogist in the 20's who took extensive notes about all the families of Hempstead. Someone copied the Abrams file at a Mormon Library, sent them to Clay, who copied them and sent them to me. Between the two of us, we translated and organized the families to the best of our abilities.
We don't take credit for the data, nor can we confirm. Clay has received some emails from people who say some of the branches/names are incorrect. We don't change the Notes because we didn't write them. Hopefully, they give people a name or place to look for original records.
I added to them with information from the Lynbrook Cemetery, and some Census records.
That entire file is on Clay's web page, and can be downloaded GEDCOM
I will look for the Ireland/Abrams reference.
There are a fair amount of Crafts in the Abrams tree - is your Craft side also from the Hempstead area?
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