Many of the transcriptions found here are now in published form. They have been published by the Orange County Genealogical Society (in Goshen, New York). Volume 3 includes my Volume 3 and Volume 5. Volume 4 includes my four parts of New Milford history. There is a planned Volume 5, which will include my Volumes 6, 7, and 8, Part 1, which is about 250 transcriptions. They can be purchase through the Genealogical Society. Just Google them and print out the order form. Or they can be purchased from the Warwick Historical Society. They are also on sale at the gift shop at Baird's Tavern. I would like to thank the Genealogical Society and Dan Burrows for their efforts. Started a new blog for images of Warwick. Go to:

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

James Henry Nanny House, 4 Blooms Corner Rd., Edenville

Got an email today from Chris Finney from Maryland. Chris is related to the Edenville Nannys and found my Blog on the Web. He emailed seven pictures and some information on the family and has given his permission for me to share this. Thanks Chris.

The top photo is the Nanny (aka Nanney) manor in Nannau, North Wales, England. The Nanneys were a prominent family there for many centuries. The manor house still stands. The branch of the family that ended up on Blooms Corner Road came from near Huntington, Long Island. David Nanny built the house in 1790.

The bottom photo show James Henry Nanny (far right) and Henry Johnson Nanny (third from right).

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