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Talmage Family Tree blueprint, 1930

@ East Hampton Library

Gould, Charles O


This family tree was drawn on blueprint paper in 1930 by Charles O. Gould. It traces the family tree of the Talmage Family (sometimes spelled Tallmadge or Talmadge, as noted next to the base of the tree), who were among the first settlers of East Hampton in 1649. This tree goes back to the 1500s, tracing the movements of settler Thomas Talmage, and it includes a sketch of the Talmage coat of arms. Over 2, 500 names appear on the tree, and more recent ones have some birth or death dates, although generally only the relationships between individuals are recorded. The record focuses on Talmages in the East Hampton area, including Sineus Talmage and Henry Talmage. The bulk of the data recorded relates to c. 1800-c. 1900.
For educational use only. Please credit: The East Hampton Library, Long Island Collection. For any other use, please contact The Long Island Collection, East Hampton Library, 159 Main St., East Hampton, NY 11937. 631-324-0222 x 4 or email
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