US Newspaper Articles IX

Manhattan, NYC – 1899                                                                                                          Surrogate’s Court – Chambers – Before Varnum, S. – Will for probate: Mary Buggy at 10am.[1]

Manhattan, NYC – 1890                                                                                                               The article outlines the names of banks that went into liquidation between 1871-1879 and the names of those who had savings with those banks exceeding $5. One bank listed is the German Uptown Savings Bank of New York where Mary Buggy was a customer.[2]

Cincinnati, Ohio – 1869                                                                                                               John Buggy bought land from J M Humble(?) and his wife on the north side of Hopkins St between Linn and Baymiller streets. Size of plot was 30 x 102.5 feet and was leased for $2600.[3]

You can read other posts containing examples found in American newspapers at US Newspaper Articles VIII, US Newspaper Articles VII, US Newspaper Articles VI, US Newspaper Articles V, US Newspaper Articles IV, US Newspaper Articles III, US Newspaper Articles II and US Newspaper Articles I.

[1] Author Unknown, Court Calendars for Today in The New York Herald, 28 November 1899,  p.12; America’s Historical Newspapers  accessed 18 August 2011

[2] Author Unknown, Money to be Called For in The New York Herald Tribune, 24 July 1890,  p.5; America’s Historical Newspapers  accessed 18 August 2011

[3] Author Unknown, Real Estate Transfers in The Cincinnati Commercial Tribune, 14 May 1869, p.5;America’s Historical Newspapers  accessed 18 August 2011

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