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appreciated if a relative or friend of a deceased member notifies us to
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CROTON | History & Mysteries
See a portrait of life member Dr. Gwyneth Walker's
Hannah Underhill Titus (1793-1847).
Dr. Walker's website is
A place to get you old books and bibles repaired (See
Here for brochure). The
Visitors to the Underhill Society Archives in Oyster
Bay are welcome. Because the Archives are open only on Mondays,
visits are by
appointment only. Prospective visitors are kindly asked to provide the
Archivist with at least a week's notice so that their visit will be a
meaningful one. If you need to quickly contact the archivist for an
appointment you may call
Otherwise please email at
Note to members:
I recently emailed members the minutes of our recent Board Meeting and some
email addresses were rejected. So I removed the addresses from the member
roster. If you change your email address, mailing address or phone
number you should let me know, so we don't lose contact.
Underhill Online Catalog (OPAC)
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A Nassau County plaque, west of Oyster Bay at the corner of
Factory Pond Road and Bayville Road, commemorates the location of Captain John
Underhill's home, Killingworth, circa 1670.
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Annual memberships adhere to the calendar year, January 1st
through December 31st.
Oyster Bay Old Baptist Cemetery was
restored by the Town of Oyster Bay. See
information and volunteer opportunities. See
photos of the cemetery. The site
Find A Grave: Baptist Church Cemetery gives more information on the cemetery
with an index of some of the grave-sites.