Archives

We have archival and special collections of files, ephemera, photos, maps, blueprints and plans, diaries, journals and more. Please see our general list for more details provided below. We also have some favorite “go-to” sources for research which we are sharing with you here, as well as the cemetery online records:

Special Collections General List

Database WHS Harold Hinds, Jr. Files

Donald G. Marshall- Christmas Memories Wilmington ca 1926

Memories of Life in the Adirondacks by Lucius Evens Avery

Wilmington Rupert Newspaper column from Emma Hinds Scrapbook 1877-1881

War of 1812 Town of Jay- 9th Regiment- Sanford’s Battalion

The Early Years of My Life in Wilmington, NY (1919-1930s) by Donald G. Marshall-Part 1 of 3

The Early Years of My Life in Wilmington, NY (1919-1930s) by Donald G. Marshall-Part 2 of 3

The Early Years of My Life in Wilmington, NY (1919-1930s) by Donald G. Marshall-Part 3 of 3

Ralza C Lawrence Letter 1-Transcribed by K. Peters & Guy Stephenson

Ralza C Lawrence Letter 2-Transcribed by K. Peters & Guy Stephenson

 

Local Cemeteries

The following links will take you to a website where a survey and photographs of headstones of local cemeteries in Wilmington may be found.

Haselton Cemetery – Haselton Cemetery is on Haselton Road, 2.3 miles from the junction with Rt. 86. (Note that the same road is called Springfield Rd on the opposite side of Rt. 86.)

Lamoy Cemetery – Lamoy Cemetery is on Rt. 86, 1.3 miles from the junction with Springfield/Haselton Roads and 0.4 mile from Hardy Road.

Malbone Cemetery – Malbone Cemetery is on Hardy Road, 2.2 miles from the junction with Springfield Road and 1.2 miles from the junction with Rt. 86.

Pleasant View Cemetery – Pleasant View Cemetery is on Bonnie View Road, less than 0.1 mile from the junction with Rt. 86.

Winch Cemetery – Winch Cemetery is on Springfield Road about 2.5 miles from the junction with Rt. 86. This cemetery is behind a house and is not easily seen from the road. It is private and permission must be obtained from the landowner before entering.