Edgar Allan Poe Cottage
|The Bronx Historical Society||Edgar Allan Poe Cottage|
|East Bronx History Forum||Museum of the City of New York||Bartow - Pell Mansion Museum|
|Genealogy Forum - Bronx||Kingsbridge Historical Society||The New York Botanical Garden|
|Jewish Genealogical Society||Newspapers|
|Orphanages and Institutions - 1930||Norwood News|
|Genealogical Gleaners||Ellis Island Immigration Records||The New York Times|
|The Forgotten of Ellis Island||The Bronx Times|
|New York City Department of Records||City Island Nautical Museum|
|New York Genealogical & Biographical Society Library||New York Naturalization Records||Westchester Path - 1903|
|The New York State Archive||The Kingston Lounge (Hart Island)|
|The New York Public Library||Hart Island Searchable Database||History of Westchester Co., NY - 1886|
|Friends of Pelham Bay Park||Family Group Sheets|
|History of NYU's Bronx Campus||Family Search - Bronx County, NY||
The Great north side, or,
Borough of the Bronx, New York
|Bronx River Alliance||Street Number Guide Manhattan & Bronx - 1911||The Story of the Bronx - 1639 to 1912|
|NYC Official Guide - Bronx||Borough of the Bronx - 1639 to 1913||Miniature Atlas of the borough of the Bronx - 1912|
|Remembrance of Synagogues Past||Methodist Church Home for the Aged - 1850 to 1950||Atlas of the Bronx - Sections 9 thru 13 - 1912|
|The Holocaust Museum and Studies Center||New York City Cemetery Project||New York Civil War Units|
|The Bronx Board||Woodlawn Cemetery|
|Video of Woodlawn Cemetery|
|Woodlawn Cemetery: National Historic Landmark|
|Kingsbridge Burial Ground|
St, Raymond's Churchyard
Van Cortlandt Family Burial Ground
History in Asphalt: The Origin of Bronx Street and Place Names - John McNamaraWhen John McNamara was a young boy he walked the streets in his Bronx neighborhood and often wondered how the streets got their names.
He began to ask the people in the area questions and researched maps and books.
Later, he traveled by bicycle, kayak and auto to collect more and more information.
Eventually, he visited every street in The Bronx at least once.
When he grew up, John met others who had
similar interests in history and they formed The Bronx County
Historical Society, all the while adding to his
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A number of towns which were at one time part of Westchester County now form the Bronx. The towns were annexed by New York City over a period of many years and finally combined to form the Bronx Borough in 1898. Records (such as wills and deeds) that were created before annexation were retained by Westchester County. Records created after annexation were theoretically kept by New York City until 1914 when the Bronx Borough became Bronx County.
Listed below are the annexed Westchester towns (indicated in bold lettering) with their dates of annexation. Beneath each town is a list of the villages which were, at one time or another, located within the boundaries of that town.
Because records of these towns have become widely scattered, a list of record-keeping organizations in the Bronx and New York City is also available.
Westchester Towns (including their corresponding Villages) and annexation dates that are now part of the Bronx:
West Farms (1874)
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