|Town of New Windsor
Historic records on line
Welcome to the Town of New Windsor's Historical Records Page. This project began approximately three years ago with the transcription of Town minutes books, road records and account books. It is the intention to present these records as an aid to those wishing to explore the past, locate an early relative, or just spend some time reading about our local government.
Many people were responsible in assisting the Town Historian in completing this task, some playing an active role and others supporting this ambitious project. Particular thanks are in order to John McDonald (Webmaster), Dorothy Hansen (Town Clerk) and her staff for making the records available. Jo Anne Fatherly for her time and dedication to indexing and formatting. Town Supervisor George J. Meyers, Town Board Members John Finnegan, Patricia Mullarkey, Pauline Townsend and David Green for their support. Finally to all those those that I have consulted and inconvenienced to make this project happen.
Glenn T. Marshall, Town Historian
Each book will be presented in its entirety which include misspellings, grammatical errors. All page numbers correspond to those in each book. From time to time some corrections were made to those bracketed [ ], undecipherable words will be dashed or dotted (.....) excluding only the unrecognizable letters. Crossed out sentences have also been included along with contemporaneous scrawling contained on the covers. There have been no attempt to either change the written text or edit it beyond what has been mentioned above.
An index has been made to assist in locating either a particular individual or event. One only need to click on it and you will be brought to that page. As time permits additional minutes books and records will be added. To be included will be early cemetery records and their locations in Town, early church records, the Proprietor's of New Windsor Journal 1749-1772, early Colonial Acts and orders pertaining to Town Government, deed and will inventory, family folders, business records, school records and finally the Mulliner Family Papers 1800-1898.
Please forward your comments, questions or suggestions via email to Glenn T. Marshall - Town Historian.
In 1763, Part of Ulster County: Highlands Precinct was divided into New Windsor Precinct and Newburgh Precinct. Some records of the Precinct, Town, and Village of Newburgh are also on line: click here to consult them.
Minute Book, 1763-1796
Precinct Records Names Index 1763 - 1796
Precinct Records Minute Book, 1792 -1828 BOOK II
Precinct Records Names Book, 1792 -1828 BOOK II
Additional Genealogical Research Databases for New Windsor
Church marriage records
New Windsor Presbyterian Church marriage records 1798-1810
New York Census 1825 Town of New Windsor
1790 Census Town of New Windsor then Ulster County
Volunteer's from New Windsor during the Civil War from Ruttenber's History of New Windsor
American Civil War - Orange County links page
Orange County Gen-web - Genealogical Research
Methodist-Episcopal Church Route 207
Woodlawn Cemetery - New Windsor N.Y.
Newburgh Free Library
Orange County Genealogical society
Last Updated: Tuesday, January 14, 2003