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301
George C. Stoney
George C. Stoney
.. 1937 University of North Carolina Yearbook 
 
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George C. Stoney and Betty Wellington Puleston, 1993
George C. Stoney and Betty Wellington Puleston, 1993
.. while George and Betty were both working at the Henry Street Settlement in New York City in the late 1930s, they became close friends, a friendship that lasted through their lives. George was a frequent visitor at the Puleston compound in Brookhaven, NY, and they collaborated on several documentary film projects. 
 
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George C. Tooker
George C. Tooker
Self portrait 
 
304
George C. Tooker
George C. Tooker
.. receiving the National Medal of Arts from George W. Bush in 2007.

The National Medal of Arts is the highest award given to artists and arts patrons by the United States Government. The National Medal of Arts is awarded by the President of the United States to individuals or groups who, in his judgment, "...are deserving of special recognition by reason of their outstanding contributions to the excellence, growth, support and availability of the arts in the United States." 

 
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George Constant Louis Washington
George Constant Louis Washington
 
 
306
George Constant Louis Washington & Dog
George Constant Louis Washington & Dog
 
 
307
George Ed Waldron
George Ed Waldron
.. Charter member of the Brookhaven Fire Department and Chief 1949-1952 
 
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George Ed Waldron
George Ed Waldron
.. chief, Brookhaven Fire Department, 1949-1952 
 
309
George H., Jr., Isaac, and Theron Burnett (l. to r.)
George H., Jr., Isaac, and Theron Burnett (l. to r.)
 
 
310
George Hubert Burnett, Jr.
George Hubert Burnett, Jr.
.. Believed to be George Hubert Burnett, Jr., cropped from a group picture taken in front of the Brook Store, Brookhaven, NY.

The key to the group picture indicated that this was "Hugh Burnett." Hugh is a proper name, and apparently little used as a nickname. There is no Hugh in the Burnett family of Brookhaven. "Hugh Burnett" is only rarely found in all the US censuses, 1790-1930.

The picture key was apparently made by George Perley Morse, a local historian, in the middle 20th century. It is likely that he meant George Hubert Burnett, Jr. While Bert is the usual short version of Hubert, Hubert or Hugh might have become used to distinguish him from his father. George Hubert, Sr. would have been about 67-70 when the picture was likely taken.


 
 
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George Maynard Bishop, Jr.
George Maynard Bishop, Jr.
.. cropped from a larger picture. 
 
312
George Miller
George Miller
 
 
313
George Miller about 1886/87.
George Miller about 1886/87.
.. cropped from a group picture of students at School No. 29, Brookhaven, NY. Since he was about age eighteen at the time, it is likely that he was serving more in the role of a teacher's assistant than as a student. The Miller farmstead adjoined the school. 
 
314
George Miller Haying
George Miller Haying
... with his team of white horses 
 
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George Tooker
George Tooker
Self-Portrait, egg tempera on gesso panel, 18 3/4 in. (47.6 cm) diameter 
 
316
George Tooker about 1948
George Tooker about 1948
.. photograph by George Platt Lynes 
 
317
Gillespie Path street sign
Gillespie Path street sign

.. Fred Gillespie took a leadership role in the development and maintenance of the Memorial Triangle park in the center of Brookhaven hamlet, at the intersection of South Country and Fire Place Neck roads, first with the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8137, and later with the Brookhaven Fire Department when they accepted full responsibility for the site. In May 1996, in appreciation of Fred's dedication to the park, the Town of Brookhaven named the southern leg of the triangle after him. For more on the Memorial Triangle Park and the adjacent small vest pocket park, click HERE.

 
 
318
Grace Barteau Corwin
Grace Barteau Corwin
.. people in background were not identified on the photograph. 
 
319
Grant and Sarah (Sadie) Taylor
Grant and Sarah (Sadie) Taylor
.. at their South Haven home 
 
320
Grant and Sarah Campbell Taylor 1947
Grant and Sarah Campbell Taylor 1947
 
 
321
Grant S. Taylor
Grant S. Taylor
.. as a young boy. 
 
322
Grant Taylor
Grant Taylor
.. as was published in in the newspapers at the time he was mauled and killed by a bear.

Image was no doubt cropped from a 1932/33 South Haven Elementary School students picture.

 
 
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Grant Taylor
Grant Taylor
.. about age 2. 
 
324
Hannah Carman, wife to William (Point Billy) Carman. Tangier
Hannah Carman, wife to William (Point Billy) Carman. Tangier
Point Billy renamed the river now known as the Carman's River in honor of Hannah. Previously it was known by its native American name, Connecticut. 
 
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Hannah Reeve Raynor
Hannah Reeve Raynor
 
 
326
Harmon Hawkins family
Harmon Hawkins family
From left: Jesse Edmund Johnson (Irene's husband), Harmon Hawkins, Harriet Hulse Hawkins (his wife), Irene Hawkins Johnson (his daughter). 
 
327
Harold James (Jimmy) Lyons
Harold James (Jimmy) Lyons
.. chief, Brookhaven Fire Department, 1958-1960 
 
328
Hattie and Cornelia Rose
Hattie and Cornelia Rose
.. in front of the Rose homestead on Beaver Dam Road, Brookhaven, NY 
 
329
Helen E. Morrow
Helen E. Morrow
.. about 1915 
 
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Helen Holtan Starke
Helen Holtan Starke
 
 
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Helen Holtan Starke
Helen Holtan Starke
 
 
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Helen Marion Post
Helen Marion Post
... her engagement photograph 
 
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Helen Morrow Ewing
Helen Morrow Ewing
.. this photograph accompanied her obituary, and was captioned "taken in earlier years." It was copied from a microfilm, which accounts for its quality. 
 
334
Helen Smith Tiernan
Helen Smith Tiernan
.. avoiding photographers at one of her court appearances 
 
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Helen Smith Tiernan.  Mother Absolves Lover of Murder.
Helen Smith Tiernan. Mother Absolves Lover of Murder.
The crowd gathered outside Brookhaven, L.I., Town Hall, May 18, [1937], as Mrs. Helen Tiernan [nee Smith] and her lover, George Christie, emerged surrounded by police. Mrs. Tiernan, who will be arraigned for the murder of her daughter, Helen, 7, and brutal assault on her son, James, 4, completely absolved Christie of all connection with the crime, according to District Attorney L. Barrow Hill, of Suffolk County, N.Y. 
 
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Helen Tiernan Body in Woods
Helen Tiernan Body in Woods
.. International News Photo
EXAMINE BODY OF LITTLE GIRL HACKED AND BURNED TO DEATH. Patchogue, NY. Police are shown examining the body of a 6-year old girl, murdered by a merciless slayer who cut her throat and burned her. The body was found in underbrush near here only 100 feet from her half-alive but similarly hacked little brother's body. The boy, about 5 years old, deliriously mumbled words which led police to fear his missing mother may also be a victim of the murderer. The children have not yet been identified by police. The uniformed police officer at the back is Arthur Waldron, Brookhaven Town policeman and Brookhaven Hamlet resident. 
 
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Helen Tiernan, behind bars
Helen Tiernan, behind bars
.. AP Wirephoto
BABES IN THE WOOD CASE ENDS. Mrs Helen Tiernan, bargaining to escape electrocution, pleads guilty at Riverhead, L.I., to a charge of second degree murder to bring to a surprise close her trial for the slaying of her 7-year old daughter, Helen. She faces a mandatory sentence of 20 years to life in prision. 
 
338
Henry Carman
Henry Carman
.. said to be seated in his workshop 
 
339
Henry Carman
Henry Carman
 
 
340
Henry Hasting Reddall
Henry Hasting Reddall
.. taken in 1946 on his election as Treasurer of the Western Electric Company. 
 
341
Henry Morgenthau and his son Henry, Jr.
Henry Morgenthau and his son Henry, Jr.
.. returning to New York, February 22, 1916. They are greated by Morgenthau's wife Josephine, his daughters Alma (back to camera) and Ruth, and sons-in-law Mortimer Fox (left) and Maurice Wertheim (right). 
 
342
Henry Parks
Henry Parks
.. the photograph was identified with the following notations: "Henry Parks, Patchogue, RR Ave., 9 children, builder & mason, Ella Hawkins grandfather." 
 
343
Henry Theron Burnett (Theron)
Henry Theron Burnett (Theron)
 
 
344
Hof Brau Inn
Hof Brau Inn

.. Br04.2-S. This structure has had many iterations as a restaurant.

 
 
345
Holy Trinity Holiday House
Holy Trinity Holiday House

.. Br09F.1-S. Another view of this church operated guest house.

 
 
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Holy Trinity Holiday House
Holy Trinity Holiday House

.. Br09F.1-S. Another view of this vacation hotel operated by the Church of the Holy Trinity, Brooklyn, NY.

 
 
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Homestead (James H. Post House)
Homestead (James H. Post House)

.. Br09B. Post Family home in Brookhaven.  About 1905.

 
 
348
Howard Hunter, about 1930
Howard Hunter, about 1930
.. cropped from a Brookhaven Elementary School student photograph believed to have been taken about 1930. 
 
349
Hubert Badetty
Hubert Badetty
.. from his 1921 passport application 
 
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Hulse Family Properties Mid-19th Century
Hulse Family Properties Mid-19th Century
This diagram is based on an undatedAbstract of Title for David Harmon Hulse's property. David Overton Hulse, who died in 1849, apparently subdivided and transferred to his sons the parcel he owned at the intersection of Beaver Dam and Fireplace Neck roads, Brookhaven (then Fire Place), NY. This parcel had been transferred to David O. Hulse by his father, Nehemiah Hulse, on 1 March 1807, shortly before Nehemiah's death

The abstract indicates that David Harmon's property had a 95-foot frontage on Beaver Dam road and was 75 feet wide at the back. It is probably the parcel labeled "1" on the diagram

If this is correct, then parcel 2 would have been that of his brother, Charles Hallock Hulse; parcel 3 that of Andrew Jackson Hulse, and parcel 4 that of William Warren Hulse.

The youngest brother, Van Buren Hulse, is not mentioned in the abstract; he may have been granted another parcel not touching David Harmon Hulses parcel.

Since this diagram associates a mid-19th century description with modern property lines, it may not accurately reflect the property lines at the time of the abstract.

 
 

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