Tom Gray Receives NYS Registered Historian Designation by APHNYS

Tom Gray, Guilford Town Historian received the certificate at the APHNYS Conference this weekend proclaiming him as now a New York State Registered Historian. The application for this is very involved and it took him a few weeks to gather the information together including his many years experience.


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    My family is related to Thomas McLagan. I found the home listed on your web site very interesting. Do you have any other information on Thomas McLagan? Either the son (1830-1891) or the father (1795-1849) married to Hopy Walden and buried in the North Guilford cemetary. Any info you can give me would be great! Thanks!

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    I would like to know more about a photogragher,G.M. Nash by name from most likely the 1850's.There is a photo of a young woman in a black dress taken by him with no name on the picture. She bears an uncanny resemblance to me and I would like to track down who she was. I hope that Mr, Thomas A.Gray can help me.

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