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Karner/Indian lands

Bonnie Rams (View posts)
Posted: 25 Aug 2003 5:35PM GMT
Classification: Query
I have copies of several early land needs which are most difficult to read. Has anyone typed copies of these deeds?
A deed involving John Vanguilder and Andrew Carner dated 29 Oct 1756, in MA. contains many Indian names and early settlers of Egremont area that I can't decipher. I know several of you have done quite a bit of research into the Vanguilder/Karner connection and I would appreciate your help. Thank you.
Bonnie Rams

Re: Karner/Indian lands

Posted: 14 Sep 2003 3:39AM GMT
Classification: Query
I Came Across This:
THE KARNER - VAN GILDER FAMILIES. [Nicholas Koerner - Palatine immigrant of 1710] Also contains notes on the Stiever (or Stuber), Loomis, Kellogg and Winchell [see below] families, of Egremont, Mass., with whom the Karners [Koerner-Kerner-Carner] were allied. By Joseph M. Kellogg, 1945. 58pp, indexed, spiral bound -

Re: Karner/Indian lands

Posted: 14 Sep 2003 3:40AM GMT
Classification: Query
KARNER - VAN GILDER AND ALLIED FAMILIES: STIEVER, STUBER, LOOMIS, KELLOG AND WINCHELL OF EGREMONT. By Joseph M. Kellogg. Published by Berkshire Family History Association

Re: Karner/Indian lands

Bonnie Rams (View posts)
Posted: 14 Sep 2003 6:32PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you for your response. I have copies of the deeds, but I am having a hard time reading them. A couple of deeds are almost illegible. I was trying to find a source where the deeds are already typed and easy to read. I have done much research in Berkshire County and have the book you recommended. Thank you again for responding.
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