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New York City, New York, USA



 


Notes: New York City (officially the City of New York) is a city in the state of New York and is the most populous city in the United States of America. Its business, finance, trading, law, and media organizations are influential around the globe. The city is one of the world's most important cultural centers, with hundreds of world-class museums, galleries, and performance venues. Home of the United Nations, the city is also one of the world's major venues for international diplomacy.
The city is comprised of five boroughs: The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island. With over 8.1 million residents within an area of 322 square miles (830 km²), New York City has the highest population density of any major city in North America. The city's metropolitan area, with a population of 18.8 million, ranks among the largest urban areas in the world.
New York City has been a dominant global financial center since World War II. It is also the birthplace of many American cultural movements, including the Harlem Renaissance in literature and visual art, abstract expressionism in painting, and hip hop in music. The city's cultural vitality has been fueled by immigration since its founding by Dutch colonists in 1625. In 2005, nearly 170 languages were spoken in the city and 36 percent of its population was foreign born.
History
The region was inhabited by the Lenape Native Americans at the time of its European discovery by an Italian, Giovanni da Verrazzano. European settlement began with the founding of a Dutch fur trading settlement, later called "New Amsterdam," (Dutch- "Nieuw Amsterdam") on the southern tip of Manhattan in 1614. Dutch colonial Director-General Peter Minuit purchased the island of Manhattan from the Canarsie Native Americans in 1626 (legend, now disproved, says that Manhattan was purchased for $24 worth of glass beads). In 1664, the British conquered the city and renamed it "New York" after the English Duke of York and Albany.
Under British rule New York grew in importance as a trading port. The city emerged as the theater for a series of major battles known as the New York Campaign during the American Revolutionary War. The Continental Congress met in New York City and in 1789 the first President of the United States, George Washington, was inaugurated at Federal Hall on Wall Street. New York City was the capital of the United States until 1790.
During the 19th century, the city was transformed by immigration, a visionary development proposal called the Commissioners' Plan of 1811, which expanded the city street grid to encompass all of Manhattan, and the opening in 1819 of the Erie Canal, which connected the Atlantic port to the vast agricultural markets of the North American interior. By 1835, New York City had surpassed Philadelphia as the largest city in the United States. Local politics fell under the domination of Tammany Hall, a political machine supported by Irish immigrants. Public-minded members of the old merchant aristocracy pressed for Central Park, which became the first landscaped park in an American city in 1857.
Anger at military conscription during the American Civil War (1861–1865) led to the Draft Riots of 1863, one of the worst incidents of civil unrest in American history. In 1898 the modern City of New York was formed with the consolidation of Brooklyn (until then an independent city), Manhattan and municipalities in the other boroughs. The opening of the New York City Subway in 1904 helped bind the new city together. Throughout the first half of the 20th century, the city became a world center for industry, commerce, and communication. In 1911 the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, the city's worst industrial disaster, took the lives of 146 garment workers and spurred the growth of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union and major improvements in factory safety standards.
In the 1920s New York City was a destination for African Americans during the Great Migration from the American South. By 1916, New York City was home to the largest urban African diaspora in North America. The Harlem Renaissance flourished, part of a larger boom time in the Prohibition era that saw construction of dueling skyscrapers in the skyline. New York City became the most populous city in the world in 1925, overtaking London, which had reigned for a century. The difficult years of the Great Depression saw the election of reformer Fiorello LaGuardia and the fall of Tammany Hall after eighty years of political dominance.
Returning World War II veterans and immigrants from Europe created a postwar economic boom and the development of huge housing tracts in eastern Queens. New York emerged from the war unscathed and the leading city of the world, with Wall Street leading America's ascendance as the world's dominant economic power, the United Nations headquarters (built in 1952) emphasizing New York's political influence, and the rise of Abstract Expressionism in the city precipitating New York's displacement of Paris as the center of the art world. Yet like many large American cities, New York suffered a decline in manufacturing and rising crime rates, race riots, and white flight in the 1960s. By the 1970s, the city had gained a reputation as a crime-ridden relic of history.
New York's social and economic upheavals abated in the 1980s as a resurgence in the critical financial industry improved the city's fiscal health. By the 1990s racial tensions had calmed, crime rates dropped dramatically, and waves of new immigrants arrived from Asia and Latin America. Important new sectors, such as Silicon Alley, emerged in the city's economy and New York's population reached an all-time high in the 2000 census.
The city was one of the sites of the September 11, 2001 attacks, when nearly 3,000 people died in the destruction of the World Trade Center. It was the worst terrorist attack ever to occur in the United States. The Freedom Tower will be built on the site and is scheduled for completion in 2010.
Demographics
New York is the largest city in the United States, with a population more than double the next largest city, Los Angeles. The estimated 2005 population of New York City is 8,213,839 (up from 7.3 million in 1990). This amounts to about 40% of New York State's population and a similar percentage of the metropolitan regional population. Over the last decade the city has been growing rapidly. Demographers estimate New York's population will reach between 9.2 and 9.5 million by 2030.
New York's two key demographic features are its density and diversity. The city has an extremely high population density of 26,403 people per square mile (10,194/km²), about 10,000 more people per square mile than the next densest large American city, San Francisco. Manhattan's population density is 66,940 people per square mile (25,846/km²).
New York City is exceptionally diverse. Throughout its history the city has been a major point of entry for immigrants; the term "melting pot" was first coined to describe densely populated immigrant neighborhoods on the Lower East Side. 36% of the city's population is foreign-born. Among American cities, this proportion is higher only in Los Angeles and Miami. While the immigrant communities in those cities are dominated by a few nationalities, in New York no single country or region of origin dominates. The ten largest countries of origin for modern day immigration are the Dominican Republic, China, Jamaica, Guyana, Mexico, Ecuador, Haiti, Trinidad and Tobago, Colombia and Russia. The largest ethnic groups in New York City are African American, Italian, and Irish. About 170 languages are spoken in the city.
The New York City metropolitan area is home to the largest Jewish community outside Israel; however, Tel Aviv proper (non-metro/within municipal limits) has smaller population than the Jewish population of New York City proper, making New York the largest Jewish community in the world. It is also home to nearly a quarter of the nation's South Asians, and the largest African American community of any city in the country. Among the most notable ethnicity is a previously large and still sizeable Puerto Rican group. Another historically significant ethnic group are Italians, who emigrated to the city in large numbers in the early twentieth century. The Irish also have a notable presence; one in 50 New Yorkers of European origin carry a distinctive genetic signature on their Y chromosomes inherited from Niall of the Nine Hostages, an Irish high king of the fifth century A.D.
New York City has a high degree of income disparity. In 2005 the median household income in the wealthiest census tract was $188,697, while in the poorest it was $9,320. The disparity is driven by wage growth in high income brackets, while wages have stagnated for middle and lower income brackets. In 2006 the average weekly wage in Manhattan was $1,453, the highest and fastest growing among the largest counties in the United States. The borough is also experiencing a baby boom that is unique among American cities. Since 2000, the number of children under age 5 living in Manhattan grew by more than 32%.

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City/Town : Latitude: 40.71, Longitude: -74


Birth

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Birth    Person ID 
1 Abas, Betty  31 Jul 1922New York City, New York, USA I89514
2 Abrahams, Annie  1871New York City, New York, USA I322443
3 Abrahams, Elsie  Abt 1875New York City, New York, USA I322444
4 de Acosta, Mercedes  01 Mar 1893New York City, New York, USA I688146
5 de Acosta, Rita  Oct 1875New York City, New York, USA I688205
6 Agnelli, Edoardo  09 Jun 1954New York City, New York, USA I258421
7 Alexander, Cecilia  1850New York City, New York, USA I322463
8 Altschul, Edith Louise  18 Aug 1889New York City, New York, USA I738939
9 Arshawsky, Arthur Jacob  23 May 1910New York City, New York, USA I674158
10 Aspinwall, Mary Rebecca  1809New York City, New York, USA I192705
11 Astor, Ava Alice Muriel  07 Jul 1902New York City, New York, USA I735468
12 Astor, John Jacob  10 Jun 1822New York City, New York, USA I690783
13 Astor, William Backhouse  19 Sep 1792New York City, New York, USA I286462
14 Astor, William Backhouse  12 Jul 1829New York City, New York, USA I286473
15 Astor Langdon, Sara  16 Jul 1813New York City, New York, USA I191870
16 Baldwin, Charles Henry  03 Sep 1822New York City, New York, USA I686583
17 van der Beek, Hilletje Remsen  1653New York City, New York, USA I191898
18 Beekman, Catharina  1698New York City, New York, USA I428157
19 Beekman, Hendrick  1652New York City, New York, USA I192094
20 Beekman, Johannes  1657New York City, New York, USA I286501
21 Beekman, Maria  1698New York City, New York, USA I428166
22 Beekman, Marijken  1692New York City, New York, USA I286500
23 Beekman, Martinus  1665New York City, New York, USA I428162
24 Beekman, Thomas  17 Apr 1689New York City, New York, USA I428168
25 Belinfante, Mary Catherine  16 Aug 1921New York City, New York, USA I120219
26 Belmont, Oliver Hazard Perry  12 Nov 1858New York City, New York, USA I686590
27 Bennett, Constance Campbell  22 Oct 1904New York City, New York, USA I739642
28 Bloembergen, Alice  19 Feb 1923New York City, New York, USA I120688
29 Bloembergen, Henrietta  01 Jan 1922New York City, New York, USA I120687
30 Blondell, Joan  30 Aug 1906New York City, New York, USA I671299
31 Bogardus, Ephraim  1751New York City, New York, USA I679422
32 Bogart, Humphrey  25 Dec 1899New York City, New York, USA I192230
33 Bohny, Bertha  14 May 1903New York City, New York, USA I673715
34 Boothe, Clare  10 Apr 1903New York City, New York, USA I258248
35 Brevoort, James Carson  10 Jul 1818New York City, New York, USA I690791
36 Bristed, Charles Astor  06 Oct 1820New York City, New York, USA I690789
37 Brooks, Edwin Hiram  Jun 1829New York City, New York, USA I451223
38 Broun, Heywood Hale  10 Mar 1918New York City, New York, USA I687784
39 van Brugh, Catherine  1665New York City, New York, USA I192124
40 van Buren, Martin Pieterse  Bef 28 Dec 1701New York City, New York, USA I679450
41 Cannon, Sarah  1721New York City, New York, USA I286495
42 Cappa, Catherine  16 Apr 1912New York City, New York, USA I677453
43 Carpenter, Nancy  11 Apr 1815New York City, New York, USA I542893
44 Cassotto, Vanina Juliette  30 Nov 1917New York City, New York, USA I670411
45 Castle, George  Abt 1842New York City, New York, USA I452528
46 Castle, Sanford  Abt 1811New York City, New York, USA I452524
47 Castle, William  Abt 1837New York City, New York, USA I452527
48 Clark, Solomon Henry  Abt 1862New York City, New York, USA I322442
49 Cohen, Claire  Abt 1850New York City, New York, USA I322445
50 Cohen, Eleazer M.  Abt 1847New York City, New York, USA I322440

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Christened

Matches 1 to 44 of 44

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Christened    Person ID 
1 Aspinwall, Mary Rebecca  20 Dec 1809New York City, New York, USA I192705
2 van der Beek, Hilletje Remsen  16 Sep 1653New York City, New York, USA I191898
3 Beekman, Catharina  17 Jul 1698New York City, New York, USA I428157
4 Beekman, Hendrick  03 Mar 1652New York City, New York, USA I192094
5 Beekman, Maria  13 Nov 1698New York City, New York, USA I428166
6 Beekman, Marijken  23 Jun 1692New York City, New York, USA I286500
7 Bergen, Brechtje  27 Jul 1642New York City, New York, USA I262081
8 van Brugh, Catherine  19 Apr 1665New York City, New York, USA I192124
9 van Cortlandt, Maria Oloffs  20 Jul 1645New York City, New York, USA I192126
10 Denyse, Helena  27 Oct 1732New York City, New York, USA I192673
11 Fontyn, Catrina  29 Oct 1708New York City, New York, USA I191889
12 Hardenbergh, Hilletje  29 Jun 1703New York City, New York, USA I191895
13 Leroy, Daniel  28 Jun 1799New York City, New York, USA I191951
14 Leroy, Herman  16 Jan 1758New York City, New York, USA I191953
15 Oswald, Johanna Magdalena  01 Aug 1770New York City, New York, USA I96301
16 Provoost, David W.  08 Nov 1702New York City, New York, USA I192359
17 van Rensselaer, Hendrick  23 Oct 1667New York City, New York, USA I192123
18 van Rensselaer, Johannes  11 Jan 1708New York City, New York, USA I192117
19 Roosevelt, Abraham  15 Aug 1753New York City, New York, USA I519259
20 Roosevelt, Catharina  04 Aug 1756New York City, New York, USA I519260
21 Roosevelt, Christoffel  31 Jan 1739New York City, New York, USA I519258
22 Roosevelt, Cornelius Schaack  30 Jan 1794New York City, New York, USA I192746
23 Roosevelt, Isaac  18 Dec 1726New York City, New York, USA I192773
24 Roosevelt, Isaac  21 Apr 1790New York City, New York, USA I192704
25 Roosevelt, Nicholaes  02 Oct 1658New York City, New York, USA I192763
26 Rosevelt, Abraham  05 Jan 1729New York City, New York, USA I519254
27 Rosevelt, Adolphus  22 Oct 1735New York City, New York, USA I519257
28 Rosevelt, Christoffel  09 Feb 1724New York City, New York, USA I519253
29 Rosevelt, Helena  11 Oct 1719New York City, New York, USA I519251
30 Rosevelt, Jacobus  17 Sep 1721New York City, New York, USA I519252
31 Rosevelt, Johannes  25 Aug 1714New York City, New York, USA I519248
32 Rosevelt, Johannes  21 Aug 1715New York City, New York, USA I519249
33 Rosevelt, Nicolaas  13 Oct 1717New York City, New York, USA I519250
34 Rosevelt, Sara  25 Dec 1730New York City, New York, USA I519255
35 Rozeveldt, Adolphus  23 May 1734New York City, New York, USA I519256
36 Rutgers, Cornelia  31 Oct 1736New York City, New York, USA I191956
37 Ryerson, Marten  Nov 1637New York City, New York, USA I192653
38 Stuyvesant, Balthazar Lazarus  13 Oct 1647New York City, New York, USA I192018
39 Stuyvesant, Nicholas Willem  02 Dec 1648New York City, New York, USA I191972
40 Stuyvesant, Petrus  13 Oct 1727New York City, New York, USA I191968
41 Todd, Adam  02 Jun 1746New York City, New York, USA I191879
42 Vanderbilt, Hendrick  10 Apr 1705New York City, New York, USA I191888
43 Vanderbilt, Margaret  10 Nov 1718New York City, New York, USA I191882
44 van de Water, Annatje  16 Jun 1706New York City, New York, USA I192360

Died

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Died    Person ID 
1 de Acosta, Mercedes  09 May 1968New York City, New York, USA I688146
2 de Acosta, Rita  27 Oct 1929New York City, New York, USA I688205
3 Albouts, Claire Héléne  Bef 10 Jun 1874New York City, New York, USA I388252
4 Altschul, Edith Louise  08 Mar 1976New York City, New York, USA I738939
5 Aspinwall, Mary Rebecca  24 Feb 1886New York City, New York, USA I192705
6 Astor, Ava Alice Muriel  19 Jul 1966New York City, New York, USA I735468
7 Astor, Johann Jakob  28 Mar 1848New York City, New York, USA I191875
8 Astor, William Backhouse  24 Nov 1875New York City, New York, USA I286462
9 Balanchivadze, Georg Melitonovitch  30 Apr 1983New York City, New York, USA I670956
10 Balsan, Louis Jacques  04 Nov 1956New York City, New York, USA I686564
11 Bankhead, Tallulah  12 Dec 1968New York City, New York, USA I258317
12 Barker, Alexander Crichlow  11 May 1973New York City, New York, USA I674160
13 Beekman, Gerardus Willemse  10 Oct 1723New York City, New York, USA I192109
14 Belinfante, Baruch  1870New York City, New York, USA I118670
15 Belinfante, Mary Catherine  05 May 1990New York City, New York, USA I120219
16 Belmont, August  24 Nov 1890New York City, New York, USA I686591
17 Bennett, Joan Geraldine  07 Dec 1990New York City, New York, USA I739650
18 van den Bergh, Ingenatia  20 Jan 1764New York City, New York, USA I191958
19 van Blarcom, Eybetie Ida Lubbertse  24 Aug 1663New York City, New York, USA I192848
20 Bloembergen, Alice  10 Jul 1930New York City, New York, USA I120688
21 Bogaert, Tunis Gijsbertsz  01 Dec 1699New York City, New York, USA I402650
22 Boothe, Clare  09 Oct 1987New York City, New York, USA I258248
23 Bouvier, John Vernou  03 Aug 1957New York City, New York, USA I674607
24 Breese Morse, Samuel Finley  02 Apr 1872New York City, New York, USA I192171
25 Briner, Yuliy Borisovich  10 Oct 1985New York City, New York, USA I684801
26 Broun, Heywood  18 Dec 1939New York City, New York, USA I687782
27 Buijs, Jan Cornelius  1689New York City, New York, USA I192847
28 Bulloch, Martha  12 Feb 1884New York City, New York, USA I192701
29 van Buren, Abraham  15 Mar 1873New York City, New York, USA I679631
30 van Buren, Geertje Hendrickse  20 Jan 1710New York City, New York, USA I679309
31 Burgers, Apolonia Helena  Aft 1922New York City, New York, USA I739877
32 Bush, James Irving  09 Sep 1961New York City, New York, USA I688843
33 Bush, Prescott Sheldon  08 Oct 1972New York City, New York, USA I192269
34 Bussing, Elizabeth  08 Jan 1809New York City, New York, USA I286493
35 Cannon, Sarah  30 Dec 1762New York City, New York, USA I286495
36 Cansino, Margarita Carmen  14 May 1987New York City, New York, USA I670203
37 Cappa, Catherine  06 Jan 1997New York City, New York, USA I677453
38 Cassotto, Saverio  Feb 1936New York City, New York, USA I670416
39 Citroen, David Roelof  15 Jun 1919New York City, New York, USA I282688
40 Cooper, Wyatt Emory  05 Jan 1978New York City, New York, USA I670709
41 Cornell, Hannah  25 Dec 1818New York City, New York, USA I191954
42 van Cortlandt, Stephanus  25 Nov 1700New York City, New York, USA I192129
43 van Couwenhoven, Cornelia Janse  1710New York City, New York, USA I262050
44 Cox, Sarah  Yes, date unknownNew York City, New York, USA I191878
45 Danielsen, Karen  04 Dec 1952New York City, New York, USA I671000
46 DeCicco, Pasquale  24 Oct 1978New York City, New York, USA I670695
47 Deforest Bogart, Belmont  08 Sep 1934New York City, New York, USA I192228
48 Defrieze, Fredericka  Jan 1978New York City, New York, USA I237330
49 Delancey, Stephen  18 Nov 1741New York City, New York, USA I688980
50 Dodge, Jeremiah  1800New York City, New York, USA I191881

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Buried

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Buried    Person ID 
1 Cracchiolo, Salvatore Jr.  New York City, New York, USA I87374
2 Malano, Rose  New York City, New York, USA I87370
3 Mondriaan, Pieter Cornelis  03 Feb 1944New York City, New York, USA I190953
4 Seligman, Johann  New York City, New York, USA I65362

Occupation

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Occupation    Person ID 
1 Abrahams, Annie  1880New York City, New York, USA I322443
2 Abrahams, Michael  1880New York City, New York, USA I269165
3 Clark, Solomon Henry  1870New York City, New York, USA I322442
4 Cohen, Claire  1880New York City, New York, USA I322445
5 Cohen, Joseph Maurice  1920New York City, New York, USA I322451
6 Cohen, Leah  1880New York City, New York, USA I269164
7 Levine, Belle  1880New York City, New York, USA I322449
8 Levine, Edmond J.  1880New York City, New York, USA I322448

Emigration

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Emigration    Person ID 
1 Schoonhoven, Willem Hendrik  1896New York City, New York, USA I525522
2 Steendam, Pieter  23 Mar 1902New York City, New York, USA I77970
3 Steendam, Willem  23 Mar 1902New York City, New York, USA I77965

Move

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Move    Person ID 
1 Rohling, Johann Hermann  22 Mar 1886New York City, New York, USA I182122

Residence

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Residence    Person ID 
1 Goudsmit, Boudewijn Casper  1880New York City, New York, USA I322239
2 Luttenberg, Andries Johannes  New York City, New York, USA I6836

Married

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   Family    Married    Family ID 
1 Alberdingk Thijm / Webb  22 Oct 1898New York City, New York, USA F212938
2 Astor / Schermerhorn  1853New York City, New York, USA F113473
3 Backer / Stuijvesant  30 Oct 1654New York City, New York, USA F76752
4 Beekman / Boogh  05 Sep 1649New York City, New York, USA F76780
5 Belinfante / Glidewell  19 Oct 1919New York City, New York, USA F48599
6 Bergen / Rapalje  09 Jun 1639New York City, New York, USA F76832
7 Bilt / Beek  21 Oct 1677New York City, New York, USA F76704
8 Bogart / Menken  20 May 1926New York City, New York, USA F76842
9 Bohlen / Oswald  29 Nov 1789New York City, New York, USA F39409
10 Bush / Fay  24 Feb 1859New York City, New York, USA F76861
11 Bush / Strader  25 Oct 1921New York City, New York, USA F262449
12 Cassotto / Walden  01 Mar 1912New York City, New York, USA F255603
13 Clemenceau / Plummer  23 Jun 1869New York City, New York, USA F262236
14 Clifford Barney / Pike  11 Jan 1876New York City, New York, USA F255138
15 Cohen / Goudsmit  1841New York City, New York, USA F126387
16 Cohen / Sutton  1877New York City, New York, USA F126446
17 Craig / Weisz  22 Jun 2011New York City, New York, USA F261834
18 Cristoloveanu / Jurgens  13 Nov 1954New York City, New York, USA F266732
19 Dahl / Neal  02 Jul 1953New York City, New York, USA F257584
20 Delancey / Cortlandt  23 Jan 1700New York City, New York, USA F262503
21 Dodge / Vanderbilt  06 Oct 1737New York City, New York, USA F76695
22 Grift / Fredericks  19 Jul 1648New York City, New York, USA F254473
23 Hoffman / Witt  16 May 1664New York City, New York, USA F182298
24 Hunter / Woolsey  02 Apr 1923New York City, New York, USA F262096
25 Lehman / Lauer  03 Jan 1884New York City, New York, USA F279317
26 Lehman / Lynn  10 Jul 1952New York City, New York, USA F279324
27 Leroij / Rutgers  13 Dec 1753New York City, New York, USA F76725
28 Leroy / Cornell  19 Oct 1786New York City, New York, USA F76724
29 Loper / Carpenter  12 Aug 1830New York City, New York, USA F210351
30 MacArthur / Faircloth  30 Apr 1937New York City, New York, USA F260909
31 Nijssen / Seals  11 Feb 1640New York City, New York, USA F76919
32 O'Neill / Quinlan  14 Jun 1877New York City, New York, USA F255560
33 Ollefen / NN  1909New York City, New York, USA F214624
34 Provoost / Water  08 Feb 1728New York City, New York, USA F76892
35 Rensselaer / Livingston  00 Jan 1764New York City, New York, USA F102436
36 Riemsdijk / Philips  29 Sep 1938New York City, New York, USA F26826
37 Riley / Asunsolo y Lopez Negrete  1959New York City, New York, USA F258223
38 Roosevelt / Aspinwall  26 Apr 1827New York City, New York, USA F77001
39 Roosevelt / Hardenbroek  30 Jan 1713New York City, New York, USA F77033
40 Roosevelt / Roosevelt  17 Mar 1905New York City, New York, USA F76998
41 Rothschild / Zuijlen van Nijevelt van de Haar  17 Feb 1957New York City, New York, USA F279425
42 Salk / Lindsay  09 Jun 1939New York City, New York, USA F73940
43 Schermerhorn / Beekman  1710New York City, New York, USA F113481
44 Schermerhorn / Viele  1683New York City, New York, USA F113483
45 Schermerhorn / Voorhout  New York City, New York, USA F113484
46 Seligman / Content  04 Dec 1851New York City, New York, USA F26205
47 Shriver / Kennedy  23 May 1953New York City, New York, USA F256557
48 Simpson / Warfield  22 Feb 1923New York City, New York, USA F255522
49 Singer / Boyer  1863New York City, New York, USA F262112
50 Spencer Churchill / Vanderbilt  06 Nov 1895New York City, New York, USA F261475

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