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David L. Sadler
Strong
The Geni.com site is free.
The more advanced Geni Pro is a pay for site.
Added by David L. Sadler on Aug 08, 2011 8:56 PM
David L. Sadler
Strong
Have you tried the Ancestry.com or
the Geni.com genealogy web sites?
Added by David L. Sadler on Aug 08, 2011 11:55 AM
David L. Sadler
Strong death notice or obituary
Another good source to find
death notices or obituaries
is the Old Fulton Postcard
website in Fulton,New York.

The have nearly 17,000 archived
New York State newspapers.
All you have to do is key in
the name in the search box
that you are looking for.
Added by David L. Sadler on Aug 07, 2011 8:51 PM
Lisa
Strong Family
Thomas,
I sent an email to you, but you may not have gotten it if it went to your spam file. My husband is descended from Otis' brother Van R. Strong. Van was his great, great grandfather through his great grandmother Lydia Afaline Strong Filbert. Go to Van Strong on www.findagrave.com and you can follow the lineage. I received a copy of your father's obituary from friends. Hope this helps....Thanks. Lisa
Added by Lisa on Aug 06, 2011 3:03 PM
David L. Sadler
Lemuel Strong
A few years ago the N.Y.S. Health Dep't.
in Albany provided the major libraries
in the state with copies of the vital
statistics.

The Onondaga County Library in Syracuse
(Local history on the 5th floor) has
copies of the N.Y.S. Vital Index. It
starts in 1880 and continues on except
to the last 50 years of the current time.

A person has to be dead at least 50 years
before they are added to the list for the
public to see.

The N.Y.S. Vitals Index is arranged by
year and then alphabetically, so you
would have to go through every year that
it's available unless you know the year
the person died.

Prior to 1880 there is nothing available
except from 1847-1850 when the state
experimented with death certificates,
the only information on those would be
the persons name and date of death and
they are very rare.



Added by David L. Sadler on Aug 06, 2011 10:04 AM
David L. Sadler
Lemuel Strong
Those are 2 possibilities.
Do you have at least the
year of death for Lemuel?

I have an obituary index I
created back in in the 1990's
containing over 100,000 names
of people who died mostly in
the Canastota and Morrisville
areas and that name does not
show up.
Added by David L. Sadler on Aug 05, 2011 8:27 AM
David L. Sadler
Lemuel & Noah Strong, Jr.
At this time it's unknown where
Lemuel and Noah Strong, Jr. are
buried.

Added by David L. Sadler on Aug 04, 2011 5:26 AM
 

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