Anyone want my January 2016 issue of the NYGBR?

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I joined The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society to get access to their online records. I just received the January 2016 issue of their journal, which I have no use for. Full articles in it are:

  • Taking Aim at Oehm: An Anglicized Surname Obscures a Germanic Origin
  • Pieter Carstensen van Nordstrand: Ancestor of the Ostrander and Ploegh Families of New Netherland
  • The Child Left Behind: Henry Larzelere of the Town of Jerusalem, Yates County, New York
  • Two Early Dutch Family Bibles: Marten Roelofse Schenck (1661-1727) and Joris Rapalje (1732-1815)

I'd be happy to send the journal whoever could most use it. I'll decide among multiple respondents by favoring whoever has contributed the most or done the most related work.

in The Tree House by Ellen Spertus G2G6 (7.9k points)

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Hello Ellen,

I just came across your listing on WikiTree regarding your "January 2016 issue of the NYGBR". I would love to receive this issue (even just a scanned copy of the article on Two Early Dutch Family BiblesMarten Roelofse Schenck (1661-1727) is my 6th great grand uncle. I have been doing Family research for many years and am always looking for any information that could solidify early immigration details. especially if it involves Marten's father Roelof Martense Schenck and possibly details about Marten's grandfather and namesake.

Best regards,

Ray Schenck

I'm embarrassed to say that I can no longer find that issue. I'd look up the article online, but I'm no longer a member of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society. I will keep looking and let you know if I find it.


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