Tag Archives: New York

New York City court transcriptions 1803

Examples of the Buggy name from the early 19th century in America are few and far between. One recent example I came across is from genealogical transcriptions from New York City court records.[1] In the February 1803 sessions of the … Continue reading

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US Newspaper Articles V

Manhattan, New York – 1929                                                                                                     John Buggy, who resided at 311 West 118th St was brought before Yorkville Court on a charge of disorderly conduct against his wife. His wife claimed the he only gave her five cents a day … Continue reading

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Index to Manhattan Letters of Administration 1743-1949

Along with wills, letters of administration are some of the oldest genealogical documents available for residence of Manhattan. The New York County Surrogates Court has letters of administration beginning in the mid 1740s. However, the first letter of administration granted … Continue reading

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Index of Manhattan Wills 1662-1949

Wills are some of the oldest genealogical documents available for residents of Manhattan. The New York County Surrogates Court has records of wills beginning in the mid 1600s. However, the first will for a Buggy was not filed and proved … Continue reading

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Spanish American War 1898 – New York Veterans

The Spanish-American War was a brief affair fought in Cuba, Puerto Rico, Guam and The Philippines. Many Irish-American and Irish born men fought with the US forces. From the state of New York there is one Buggy listed on page … Continue reading

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US Newspaper Articles IV

Shenandoah, PA – 1909                                                                                                                  The Catholic Total Abstinence Union of central Pennsylvania had their three day annual convention at the T.A.B. Hall in Shenandoah 18-21 August. James Buggy of Shamokin, Pa was the secretary for the organization. One hundred delegates … Continue reading

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US Newspaper Articles III

Owingsville, Kentucky – 1906                                                                                                        On 26 April 1903, Patrick Buggy, age 40, took his own life using carbonic acid at St. Josephs Infirmary. He was from Seattle and was employed as a turfman by Edward Corrigan, the horse trainer.[1] Brooklyn, … Continue reading

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