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History of the St Andrew's Society of the State of New York 1756 - 1906
By George Austin Morrison, General Secretary of the Society

I have already published the History of the St Andrews Society of Toronto so thought this would be a great addition to our understand of what the Scots got up to in New York.

I intend to ocr this book onto the site giving you the history of the Society as well as the biographies of the various Presidents.  However there are a whole list of members of committees and ordinary members so I'll also make that part of the book available as a pdf file which you can download.

Historical Sketch
Biographies of the Presidents:
  Philip Livingston
  Adam Thomson M.D.
  John Morin Scott
  Andrew Barclay
  William Alexander (Earl of Stirling)
  Alexander Colden
  Walter Rutherfurd
  Peter Middleton
  The Earl of Dunmore
  John Watts
  William McAdam
  Lord Drummond
  David Johnston
  Hon. Robert L. Livingston
  Robert Lenox
  James Tillary
  Archibald Gracie
  Robert Halliday
  John Graham
  John Johnston
  David Hadden
  Hugh Maxwell
  David S. Kennedy
  Richard Irvine
  Adam Norrie
  Robert Gordon
  William Wood
  John Taylor Johnston
  James Moir
  James Brand
  John S. Kennedy
  Walter Watson
  Bryce Gray
  John Sloane
  George Austin Morrison
  J Kennedy Tod
  William Lyall
  John Reid
  Andrew Carnegie
  W. Butler Duncan

You can also download this book here
This will supply you with all the members of the Society during this time period

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