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Re: Muzzy's Central New York
Posted by: David Jenks Date: April 05, 2001 at 11:07:08
In Reply to: Muzzy's Central New York by Stephanie Muzzy of 247

My Muzzy ancestors spent some time in the early 1800s in the Sandy Creek area (near Oswego I think). They came there from from Dublin, Chesire Co., NH The family was one of the original settlers of that town.

Robert Muzzy, was born in Holliston MA, and was an officer in the Revolutionary War.

One thing you may want to do is go to the main library in Utica and ask for some help. There are a couple of books on the Muzzey surname, and your library may have them, or be able to get an interlibrary loan.

Also, if your family has lived in the area for a long time, you might be able to trace them back with census records. Once again, your library would be a good place to start.

Good luck.

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