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Posted by: Mark A. Wentling Date: January 28, 2000 at 12:28:25
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As part of the American Local History Network for Jefferson County, New York, I have begun a new website designed to be a one stop resource site for all things Hounsfield -- past and present!
The address is:

The site includes links to all the major online resources about Hounsfield, including GenWeb, Genforum, & NYGenExchange -- all in one place! -- plus the following features I've created myself:

-- 1855 Land Owners Map: from the map collection of the Library of Congress
-- Across the Great Divide: 19th Century Emigrants from Dorset & Devon, England to Hounsfield
-- Genealogies of Early Residents: Jenkins :: Lane :: Manley :: Stokes :: Stoodley :: Washburn
-- Hounsfield Homesteads: photos and history of our earliest settlements -- share yours with us!
-- Rice's Corners Cemetery, Town of Adams: resting place of many Hounsfield families
-- Sackets Harbor: links and early photos
-- Sulpher Springs United Methodist Church: its history and members

I hope you will all visit and share your photos and stories about Hounsfield's places and people -- together we can make this website the ultimate resource for Hounsfield research!

Mark A. Wentling
Sackets Harbor Native;
Living in Washington, D.C.


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