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New York State Tombstone Transcription Project. Cemeteries are listed by county : 57 counties currently have cemeteries registered.

New York Cemetery records Online.

New York Migrations : A Database for Sharing Ancestral Migratory Information.

Baptisms at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (New York) 1639-1730

1703 Census of New York City

New Netherland Notables - Person Index. Lineages of notable individuals and/or their spouses who can trace one or more ancestral lines back to the original inhabitants of what was once known as New Netherland. Thousands of names.

The Holland Society of New York : Surnames. Representative surnames of New Netherland families in the Colony before or during 1675, together with eligible Domines’ and Charter Members’ surnames. This is a selected list of surnames most readily documented among the approximately 1,400 known to have appeared in New Netherland.

1664 Petition to Governor Stuyvesant (archived website - may be unavailable or slow to respond). Citizens of New Amsterdam (today New york) who, on September 5, 1664, signed a petition to Gov. Stuyvesant asking him to surrender to the British fleet of 6 frigates to avoid "the absolute ruin and destruction of about fifteen hundred innocent souls, only two hundred and fifty of whom are capable of bearing arms."

Residents of New Amsterdam (New York) in 1660 (archived website - may be unavailable or slow to respond).

German Emigrants to New York 1709-1710 : Most of the Palatines for New York began boarding ships in Dec 1709, but did not leave England until April 1710. About 3,100 emigrants sailed on 11 ships to New York. About 470 Germans perished on the voyage and another 250 after landing. An estimated 2,500 disease-laden emigrants had to be provided for in New York. List 1 - List 2 - List 3 - List 4 - List 5 - List 6 - List 7 - List 8

Executions by Hanging in New York State 1779-1889

New York State Executions 1646-1963

Index to New York Revolutionary War Invalid Pension Records 1801-1815

List of the Officers Employed in Civil Offices, New York, 1693

Names of the Dutch who swore Allegiance after the surrender of New York (1664)

Lists of Inhabitants of Colonial New York

Militia Officers in New York, 1700

New York Indorsed Land Papers, 1643-1676 : Land transfers from the colonial government to the first private owners.

The Records of New York Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends : James E. Hazard Index : Mr. James E. Hazard, working with the original records at Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College, completed a name index to New York Yearly Meeting in 2005. This index is now on-line, and includes all of the monthly meeting minutes and vital records that were on deposit at Swarthmore to that date.

New York Revolutionary War Pension Lists of 1792-1795

New York Civil War Medal of Honor Recipients

Records of the 24th Independent Battery, N.Y. Light Artillery, U.S.V. (1870)

The NY Military Naturalization Project : Military personnel who petitioned the government for citizenship while at various military camps in the New York Tri-State Area. While the majority of the men were from the New York metropolitan area, there were also many from as far away as the states of California and Washington.

New York Civil War Soldiers Buried in National Cemeteries

Civil War Military Service : Enfans Pedus, Independent Battalion NY Infantry; New York

Civil War : First Independent Battery, New York Light Artillery : Names, rank in, and rank out.

Canadians Who Served with New York Regiments During the Civil War

Irish Passenger Lists, Deaths and Miscellaneous taken from the Shamrock Newspaper of New York 1810-1812.

Woodward database. A compilation of New York State genealogical data from various sources.

Index of Claims of the New York Soldiers of the War of 1812

Names of persons for whom marriage licenses were issued by the secretary of the province of New York, previous to 1784

New York Marriage Project : This project endeavors to provide actual transcriptions of Marriage Applications and other Marriage Records.

New York Brides and/or Grooms taken from Maine State Archives Cards prior 1892

New York 1795 Epidemic: Report and List of Dead (archived Web page - may be unavailable or slow to respond).

Obtaining New York Naturalization Records in One Step. Search the following databases : Brooklyn 1907-1924; Eastern District (Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Nassau, Suffolk) 1865-1956; Southern District (Manhattan, Bronx, Westchester) 1906-1959; Bronx Declarations 1914-1952; Bronx Petitions 1914-1952; Nassau County 1899-1986; Suffolk County 1853-1990; NY Military.

The Holland Purchase of Western New York 1807-1823. Land purchases sold by the Holland Company to various individuals in New York.

144th New York State Volunteers Officers and Men Master Index (Civil War)

New York Will Testators Index

The Buffalo Barracks Master Roll-Call Directory U.S. Army personnel who served various lengths of time at Buffalo, NY between 1837 and 1846

New York State Prison Pardons 1819-1822

New York Civil War Medal of Honor Recipients

New York State Vietnamese Conflict Casualties : Surnames A to C - D to G - H to K - L to O - P to S - T to Z

New York City Death Index 1891-1948 : 1891 to 1894 Manhattan only, 1895 to 1897 Manhattan and Brooklyn only, 1898 to 1948 all boroughs.

New York Family Group Sheets

Native Americans Mustered into the Service of the United States in the War of 1812. Seneca, Onondaga, Oneida, and Tuscarora Nations (New York State)

Obtaining New York State Prison Records in One Step. Data comes from the New York State Department of Correctional Services website.

New York City Prison The Tombs : 1850 and 1860 US Federal Census Transcriptions. Provides name, age, gender, occupation, birthplace, and reason for incarceration.

New York to Wisconsin Migrations (archived website - may be unavailable, incomplete, or slow to respond) : Families living in Wisconsin between 1830-1881

New York Times Death Notices Index 1 -14 jan 1929.

Marriages 1814-1839 Performed by missionaries of the Baptist Church In West Vermont and Central New York

Hudson-Mohawk Valley, New York Biographies.

Misc. New York State Records

New York Civil War Soldiers Buried in the Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington, D.C.

Civil War Military Service : 1st Regiment, New York Engineers. Surnames : A-K, L-Z

Civil War Military Service : 1st Regiment, New York Marine Artillery : A-I, J-Z

Northern New York Families. Extracted from : Genealogical and family history of northern New York: a record of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the founding of a nation. New York: Lewis Historical Pub. Co. 1910.

PGSNYS Members - Surname List : Various Polish surnames that members of the Polish Genealogical Society of New York State are researching, with contact information.

Names of California Pioneers now residing in New York City. Source: "The Argonauts Of California" by C. W. Haskins, 1890.

Passengers That Sailed From New York For California 1849. Source: "The Argonauts Of California" by C. W. Haskins, 1890.

Acadians Deported to New York

Kartuz Bereza Sections of Various New York State Cemeteries. Kartuz Bereza (or Biaroza) is a town in Belarus.


Albany County

1720 Albany County, New York Census Index

1790 Rensselaerville Census, Albany County, New York Census

1790 Watervliet Census, Albany County, New York Census

Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York, 1683–1809

A Catalogue of the Officers ans Members of the Pearl Street Baptist Church, of the City of Albany, March 1, 1866 (New York State)

A list of the freeholders of the city and county of Albany, 1720 (New York State)

Albany Men Biographies and Photos (archived website - may be unavailable, incomplete, or slow to respond) : Men from Albany, New York, born or living there about 1905

Albany County, New York Naturalization Records 1821-1991.

Index to Testators, Albany County, New York 1690-1837

Dec. 27, 1779 Tax List for King's District Albany Co., New York. King's District was a part of Albany County, New York in 1779, out of which was formed the present-day towns of Canaan and New Lebanon, Columbia Co., New York.

Berne, Albany County, New York Genealogy. Cemeteries, census records, military records, vital records, and more.

Berne, Albany County, New York Family Files. Nearly 50000 individuals, in over 15000 family groups

Albany County, New York Militia, Eighth Regiment. Source: New York In the Revolution as a Colony and State, 1898, James A. Roberts, Comptroller, State of New York, Second edition. Press of Brandnow Printing Company, Albany, NY.

Cemeteries in the Albany County, New York Area


Allegany County

Allegany County, New York 1810 Census : Alfred - Angelica - Caneadea - Nunda - Ossian

1850 Federal Census for the town of Angelica, Allegany County, New York

Allegany County, New York 1850 Federal Census (partial)

Almond, Allegany County, New York 1850 Census

Friendship, Allegany County, New York 1855 New York State Census

Bolivar, Allegany County, New York 1860 Census

Allegany County, New York 1870 Mortality Census

Allegany County, New York 1880 Mortality Schedule

New Hudson, Allegany County, New York 1930 Census Index

Allegany County, New York Cemeteries

Allegany County, New York Cemeteries

Index to Testators, Allegany County, New York

Allegany County, New York Surname Registry

Early Allegany County, New York Marriages. List of Marriages performed by Rev. L. Thibou, Episcopal Minister, 1831-1857 copied form his private record by his daughter Mrs. Scofield.

Rushford, Allegany County, New York Methodist Episcopal Records : Marriages 1879-1907

Allegany County, New York Marriages from the 1875 State Census

Allegany County, New York Marriages in 1908

Allegany County, New York Deaths from various sources

Willing, Allegany County, New York - Births, 1890-1920

Wiling, Allegany County, New York Marriages, 1849-1920

Woodlawn Cemetery, Almond, Allegany County, New York

Allegany County, New York : Angelica Collectanea & Obituaries

Allegany County, New York Jury Lists 1867 - 1880

Deaths from the 1875 New York State Census - Allegany County, New York

Allegany County, New York Gossip, News and a Little Politics in 1866 : Newspaper extractions.

Allegany County, New York : Friendship Chronicle Notes & Index 1880-1881. The Friendship Chronicle was a weekly Democratic newspaper published in in the town of Friendship, Allegany Co., New York.

Misc. Allegany County, New York Church Records

Misc. Allegany County, New York Military Records

Gravestone Inscriptions of Alleghany County, N. Y. Including cemeteries in Fillmore & Hume, N.Y. Compiled by Gertrude A. Barber, New York, 1932.


Bronx County. See also New York City.

Bronx Borough Naturalization Index Project (New York). Naturalization Records held by the Bronx County Clerk’s Office. These naturalization records are for the period of 1914 to 1952. The database contains over 240,000 records.

Bronx Men in the Military (New York)


Broome County

Broome County, New York 1810 Census

Broome County, New York Cemeteries

Online Cemetery listings, Broome County, New York

Broome County, New York Cemeteries.

Early Settlers of Broome County, New York

Index to Testators, Broome County, New York 1806-1906

1847 Births, Marriages and Deaths, Broome County, New York (partial)

Index to the book Genealogical Gleanings from early Broome Co., New York Newspapers 1812-1880

Index to the book Biographical Review of the Leading Citizens of Broome County, New York - published in 1894 : A thru Finch - Finch thru Newman - Nichols thru Z

Index to Lisle, Broome County, New York 1820 Census

Broome County, New York 1825 State Census Index

Broome County, New York 1910 Census

Broome County, New York DAR Records. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution records pertaining to Broome County.

Notes on Assorted Broome County, New York Families. Information on local families that people have found while doing research for others.

Index to the book Binghamton: Settlement, Growth & Development & the Factors in its History, 1800-1900 (Broome County, New York) by Wm. S. Lawyer. Published in 1900.

Early Families of Broome County, New York

Index to 1938-9 Yearbook - First Methodist Church of Endicott, Broome County, New York

First Presbyterian Church of Binghamton Early Records, Broome County, New York. The Church was organized in 1817.

1859 Binghamton Directory, Broome County, New York

Broome County, New York Directory Database. Sources : Boyd's 1869 directory of 100 Cities, and Boyd's 1872 NY state business directory.

Broome County, New York Revolutionary War Military Data Page

Broome County, New York Military Data Page

Members of the Civil War 16th Independant Battery New York Light Artillery (Broome County)

Hales Eddy Cemetery, Town of Sanford, Broome County, New York

Conklin Baptist Church Directory 1921, Broome County, New York


Cattaraugus County

Cattaraugus County, New York 1820 Census Index

Cattaraugus County, New York Cemeteries

Town of Ischua, Cattaraugus County, New York Marriages 1908-1939

Cattaraugus County, New York Biographies - Towns : Allegany - Ashford - Carrolton - Coldspring - Conewango - Dayton - East Otto - Ellicottville - Farmersville - Franklinville - Freedom - Great Valley - Hinsdale - Humphrey - Ischua - Leon - Little Valley - Lyndon - Machias - Mansfield - Napoli - New Albion - Olean - Otto - Perrysburg - Persia - Portville - Randolph - Salamanca - Yorkshire


Cayuga County

Cayuga County, New York 1800 Census

Cayuga County, New York Census of Pensioners for Military Service in 1841

Cayuga County, New York 1860 Federal Census

Cayuga County, New York Cemeteries

Cayuga Patriot Gleanings, Cayuga County, New York. An index from a book of abstracts from the "Cayuga Patriot," Auburn, N.Y., a weekly newspaper from dates January 8, 1840 to March 3, 1847, scattered issues. Surnames : A-C, D-G, H-M, N-S, T-Z

Old Westbury Cemetery, Westbury, Cayuga County, New York

Dutch Reformed Church, Owasco, Cayuga County, New York Birth/Baptism Records 1806-1832


Chautauqua County

Chautauqua County, New York Cemeteries

Revolutionary Soldiers of Chautauqua County, New York

Misc. Coroners' Reports, Chautauqua County, New York : Part 1, Part 2

Every Name Index to History of Ellicott, Chautauqua County, New York

Chautauqua County, New York 1825 State Census Index

Chautauqua County, New York 1845 State Census Index

Pension Records of Soldiers of Chautauqua County, New York 1813, 1835, 1840, 1883


Chemung County

Chemung County, New York Census of Pensioners for Military Service in 1841

Burials in Woodlawn National Cemetery From the Elmira Civil War Prison Camp, (Chemung County, New York).


Chenango County

Names of the Inhabitants of the Township of Guilford, New York 1772

Chenango County, New York Cemeteries


Clinton County

1790 Census of Clinton County, New York

Clinton County, New York Naturalization Records. This index contains 1,409 records from 1865 to 1906.

1883 Pension List - Clinton County, New York

Clinton County, New York WWII Army Enlistees


Columbia County

Dec. 27, 1779 Tax List for King's District Albany Co., New York. King's District was a part of Albany County, New York in 1779, out of which was formed the present-day towns of Canaan and New Lebanon, Columbia Co., New York.

New Gazette & Business Directory of Livingston, Columbia County, New York, 1868

Index to Testators, Columbia County, New York


Cortland County

Cortland County, New York Cemeteries

Cheningo Cemetery; Truxton, Cortland co., New York


Delaware County

Delaware County, New York Cemeteries

1790 Federal Census : Index of the area which became Delaware County, NY in 1797.

Delaware County, New York 1800 Census Master Index

Walton, Delaware County, New York Cemeteries

Davenport Cemetery, Davenport, Delaware County, New York. Cemetery transcribed in 2000.


Dutchess County

Dutchess County, New York, Census 1714

A List of the Inhabitants and Slaves in the County of Dutchess, New York, 1714

Dutchess County, New York, 1790 Census

Dutchess County, New York, 1820 Census

Beacon 1915 State Census, Dutchess County, New York

Tax rolls from Dutchess Co., New York (Crum Elbow/Amenia) for 1740-1748, 1753-1757, 1765-1767, and 1770-1776

Index to Testators, Dutchess County, New York

Rural Cemetery, Fishkill, Dutchess County, New York

Dutchess County, New York Pension Rolls of 1885


Erie County

Erie County, New York 1810 Census

Erie County, New York Cemeteries

Directory for the Village of Buffalo, NY, 1828, containing the Names and Residence of the Heads of Families and Householders.

Index to the 1832 Buffalo, NY Directory

Polish-Americans in the 1920 Buffalo, N.Y. Census

Original Lot Holders, Buffalo, Erie County, New York

Erie County, New York Cemeteries

Buffalonians in the Polish Army (Buffalo, Erie County, New York (Polish Genealogical Society of New York State).


Essex County

Essex County, New York Naturalization Records. This index contains 2,263 records from 1836 to 1906.

Fairview Cemetery; Crown Point, Essex County, New York


Franklin County

Franklin County, New York Cemeteries

Franklin County, New York 1800 Census

Franklin County, New York 1810 Census

Franklin County, New York 1820 Census

Census Listings for Franklin County, New York 1800 - 1810 - 1820 also the 1845 Census of Fort Covington, Franklin Co., the 1887 Census St. Regis Mohawk Indian Reservation, and the 1890 Franklin County Veterans' Census

Franklin County, New York 1860 Census

Franklin County, New York 1890 Veterans Census

Some Franklin County, New York Veterans of the War of 1812. This is a list of non residents of Franklin County that moved to Franklin County after the war.

Franklin County, New York Veterans of the War of 1812. A list of about 439 men from Franklin Co. NY who served in the War of 1812.

Franklin, NY War of 1812 Veterans Index

Franklin County, NY Civil War Records

Briggs Street Cemetery, Westville, Franklin County, New York

Malone, Franklin County, New York Marriages 1847-1848

Franklin County, NY Marriages. Index to Parmalee Collections

Franklin County, NY Index to Vital Records 1847 - 1848, 1875.

Franklin County, New York Tombstone Transcription Project

St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church Marriages, Hogansburg, Franklin County, New York. This is a compilation of the records of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church in Hogansburg, NY from approximately 1843-1852. The records cover the geographical area of northwestern Franklin Co. NY, northeastern St. Lawrence Co. NY and southwestern Quebec.

Franklin County, New York : Marriages performed by Rev. Ashbel Parmelee 1810-1862

Franklin County, New York Civil War Town Records

Some Franklin County, New York Veterans of the War of 1812. A list of men who fought in the war someplace else, then moved into Franklin County after the war.

Malone, Franklin County, New York Births 1847-1848

Dickinson, Franklin County, New York Pensioners - 1883

Franklin County, New York Marriages in 1875

Franklin County, New York Deaths in 1875

Ft. Covington, Franklin County, New York Marriages 1847-1848


Fulton County

Fulton County, New York Cemeteries

Fulton County, New York Biographies and Photo Sketches (archived website - may be unavailable, incomplete, or slow to respond).

1883 Pensions for Fulton County, New York


Genesee County

Genesee County, New York Cemeteries

Genesee County, New York 1850 Federal Census (partial, transcribed towns: Alexander, Bethany. Byron, Darien, Elba, Oakfield, Pavilion, and Pembroke)

Genesee County, New York 1860 Federal Census : Partial : Pavilion Township is missing.


Geneva County

Directory for the village of Geneva for 1857-1858, Geneva County, New York. Surnames : A-B, C-D, E-H, I-L, M-O, P-R, S-T, U-Z

Civil War Military list - May 29 1861, Geneva County, New York

Civil War Military list - 27 Aug 1862, Geneva County, New York

Civil War Military list - 10 Sep 1862, Geneva County, New York


Hamilton County

1883 Pensions for Hamilton County, New York


Herkimer County

1883 Pensions for Herkimer County, New York

Herkimer County, New York Tombstone Inscriptions

Town of Columbia, Herkimer County, New York : Misc. Records


Jefferson County

North Watertown Cemetery, Watertown, Jefferson County, New York. The records of all persons buried in the cemetery.

Daughters of the American Revolution -  Deborah Champion Chapter, Adams, Jefferson County, New York : Members 1902 - 1941.

Canadians by Birth in North Watertown Cemetery, Watertown, Jefferson County, New York. About 1600 names.


Kings County. See also : Long Island, and New York City.

1910 Census Kings County, New York : Home for the Aged

Kings County, New York, 1687 Oath off Allegiance

Obituary Index, Kings County, New York : Indexing obituaries of individuals born in Brooklyn, NY

Searching the Brooklyn, New York 1925 Census in One Step. New York State took its own census in 1925. This form searches all the Kings County (Brooklyn) records. This is a work in progress.

St. Leonard's of Port Maurice Roman Catholic Church, Brooklyn, NY Records Index : This database contains Baptism (27,139) and Marriage records (5,763) from 1872 through 1978.

Kings County, New York 1810 U.S. Federal Census : Townships of Brooklyn, Bushwick, Flatbush, Flatlands, Gravesend, and New Utrecht.

Kings County, New York 1910 Federal Census (partial : includes part of 5th ward, part of 6th ward, part of 8th ward, part of 12th ward, part of 20th ward, and part of 31th ward.

1910 Census Kings County, New York : Faith Home for Incurables

1910 Census Kings County, New York : Brooklyn Howard Colored Orphan Asylum

Index To Brooklyn Naturalization Records, Kings County, New York 1907-1924 : This database includes 253,403 names of individuals (including 162 military records) who were either naturalized or filed Declarations of Intention to become naturalized citizens in State Supreme Court, Kings County, during the years 1907-1924.

Some Brooklyn Heights residents during the years 1822-1867, Kings County, New York

Brooklyn Daily Eagle Online (1841-1902). Access to newspaper content including obituaries can be gained either by date of issue or by keyword searching.

Curtin's 1868/69 Directory for Kings, Queens, Nassau, Suffolk Counties, New York

Kings County, New York Life Members of the Long Island Bible Society in 1885. List includes deceased members.

Brooklyn Dressmakers in 1895 (Kings County, New York)

Brooklyn, Kings County, New York Butchers in 1889

Local Necrology (partial) as published in The Brooklyn Daily Eagle Almanac 1885-1923 (Kings County, New York)

Marriage Announcement Index From The Brooklyn Eagle Index 1892, 1893


Lewis County

Lewis Co., NY Census Lists (partial) - Name Only for 1800, 1810, 1820, 1825, 1835

Lewis County, New York Cemeteries


Livingston County

American Agriculturist Farm Directory & Reference Book Livingston County, NY 1917

Livingston County, New York Census of Pensioners for Military Service in 1841

Livingston County, New York Cemeteries


Long Island. See also the following counties : Kings, Nassau, Queens, and Suffolk.

Farmers of Long Island, New York in 1889

Long Island Genealogy Surname Resource Page

Lain's 1892 Long Island, New York Business Directory

Ministers who were life members of the Long Island Bible Society in 1885. List includes deceased ministers.

Long Island, New York Telephone Directories 1909-1913

Farmers of Long Island, New York 1875-1919

Long Island, New York Fire Companies Foremen in 1895

Necrology Record For The Year 1875 as published in The Long Island Farmer (New York)

Eastern District Court of New York Naturalization Project. This database contains an index to the naturalization records that were issued between 1865 and 1956 by the Eastern District Courts, which includes Kings (Brooklyn), Queens, Richmond (Staten Island), Nassau and Suffolk Counties.


Madison County

Madison County, New York Cemeteries


Monroe County

Monroe County, New York Vital Records

Monroe County, New York Cemeteries

Rochester, Monroe County, New York Life Record Index. Life Records is a project of Rochester Public Library. The database consists of birth, death, and marriage indexes from City of Rochester newspapers.

Monroe County, New York Early News 1818-1947.

City Directories of Rochester, Monroe County, New York. All of the existing Rochester City Directories for the years 1827–1930. Work in progress (pdf documents.)

Garland Cemetery Index, Clarkson, Monroe County, New York (pdf document).


Nassau County. See also : Long Island.

Names of Inhabitants of the Town of Hempstead, New York 1673

Nassau County, New York Naturalization Records Database : The complete database has over 65,000 names, in 279 volumes, from as early as 1899 up to 1986. Among these records are names of military personnel who petitioned the government for citizenship while at Camp Mills and Aviation Field #2, both U.S. Army bases. There were thousands of men trained there during 1917 to 1918 and while the majority of the men were from the New York metropolitan area, there were also many from as far away as the states of California and Washington.

Curtin's 1868/69 Directory for Kings, Queens, Nassau, Suffolk Counties, New York

Historic Cemeteries of Oyster Bay (Nassau County, New York). A Guide to Their Locations and Sources of Transcription Information (pdf document). The Cemetery Index contains several thousand alphabetical listings including the surname, given name, year of death and cemetery where the person is buried.

Long Island, New York Clergy found in Olek's 1924/5 Business Directory for Nassau & Suffolk

Undertakers found in Olek's 1924/5 Business Directory for Nassau & Suffolk, New York

Farmers found in Olek's 1924/5 Business Directory for Nassau & Suffolk, New York

Misc. Nassau County, New York Real Estate Records 1886-1992


New York City

List of Victims of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, New York City, March 25, 1911. 145 employees died, mostly young women.

New York City World War I Draft Board Data Base (part of 150, all of 151 and 152). This database of over 13,000 names was created from the original World War I draft cards. It currently includes draft boards #150 (part), #151 and #152 which were located in the borough of Manhattan, New York City. The area, on the east side of Manhattan, generally includes East 96 to East 106 Streets; from First Avenue through Second, Third, Lexington and Madison Avenues, but not inclusively.

Line of Duty Deaths of the New York Fire Department 1865-1915 and how they died

1880 U.S. Federal Census New York Juvenile Asylum, New York, NY : House of Reception, 61 West 13th Street

1880 U.S. Federal Census New York Juvenile Asylum, New York, NY : on Tenth Avenue

Trinity Church and Burial Ground; New York, New York County, NY

Accessing the 1891-1948 New York City Death Index in One Step

Accessing the 1864-1937 New York City Bride and Groom Indexes in One Step

1890 New York City Police Census : Orphans residing at the New York Foundling Hospital


Niagara County

Niagara County, New York, Cemeteries

Baptimal Index of St. Marys German Catholic Church, Lockport, Niagara Co., NY Vol.2 1869 - 1897


Oneida County

Utica, New York City Directory - 1854 (Oneida County) (Partial)

Oneida County, New York 1820 Federal Census : Camden, Florence, Floyd, Remsen, Rome, Steuben, Vienna, and Western Townships.

Bridgewater, Oneida County, New York 1850 Federal Census

1000 Vital Records from 1865 Oneida County, NY Census

Oneida County, New York, Cemeteries

Civil War Military Service : Oneida Independent Company; New York


Onondaga County

Town of Onondaga, Onondaga County, New York 1850 Federal Census

Onondaga County, New York 1860 Federal Census (partial)

Register of Marriages in the village of Manlius, Onondaga County, New York 8/31/1887-12/25/1907

Onondaga County, New York, Cemeteries


Ontario County

Revolutionary Patriots Buried In and Around Ontario County, New York

Ontario County, New York Cemeteries

Death Notices published in Geneva, Ontario County, New York Newspapers 1806-1947

Search the Ontario County (NY) Records and Archives Center Includes the following resources: Pulteney Street Cemetery, Geneva, Ontario County, New York. Surnames : A to L, M to Z

Marriage Notices published in Geneva, Ontario County, New York Newspapers 1807-1931

Ontario County, New York Census of Pensioners for Military Service in 1841

Spanish-American War Veterans Buried In Ontario County, New York (pdf document)


Orange County

List of the Inhabitants in the County of Orange, New York, 1702

Orange County, New York 1820 Federal Census

Civil War Veterans buried at Hillside Cemetery, Middletown, NY

First Presbyterian Church, Chester, Orange County, New York. Names of Members 1898. From the book A Century's Record The First Presbyterian Church, Chester, N. Y. 1798-1898

Surname Index to the Book Legends of the Shawangunk. Covering portions of Orange, Ulster, and Sullivan Counties, New York. Published in 1887. The full text of the book is online. Click on name to go directly to the relevant section of the book.

Town of Minisink, Orange County, New York Cemeteries


Orleans County

Orleans County, New York Cemeteries

Albion Cemetery, Route 31, Town of Albion, Orleans County, New York


Oswego County

Redfield Twp., Oswego County, New York 1880 Federal Census

Oswego County, New York Cemeteries


Otsego County

Otsego County, New York 1840 Federal Census : Partial : Edmeston Township and part of Burlington Township have been transcribed.


Putnam County

Putnam County, New York: 1850 Census Index


Queens County. See also : Long Island, and New York City.

Queens County, New York Naturalization Project. Naturalization Records held by the Queens County Clerk’s Office. These naturalization records are for the period of 1906 to 1957. The database contains over 60,000 records.

Inhabitants of Flushing, New York, 1698

1776 Representation and Petition of the Freeholders and Inhabitants of Queens County, on the Island of Nassau, in the Province of New York. Hundreds of surnames listed.

1790 Census, Flushing Town, Queens County, New York

Marriages performed by Justice William Mott of the town of Hempstead, Queens County, Long Island, New York; 1793-1827

Curtin's 1868/69 Directory for Kings, Queens, Nassau, Suffolk Counties, New York

Declaration Signed by Sundry Inhabitants of Queens County, New York January 19, 1776

Inhabitants of the town of Hempstead, Queens County, New York, in August, 1698

Misc. Queens County, New York Newspaper Abstracts 1876-1945. Abstracts of genealogical tidbits, deaths, marriages, etc.

Queens County, New York Life Members of the Long Island Bible Society in 1885. List includes deceased members. Queens County included present day Nassau County.

Inscriptions from Prospect Cemetery at Jamaica, Long Island, New York (Queens County) : Compiled by Josephine C. Frost in September 1910.


Rensselaer County

Rensselaer County, New York Cemeteries

Baptisms 1868-1923, Church of Ascension, Troy, Rensselaer County, New York

Troy, Rensselaer County, New York 1880 Federal Census

Rensselaer County, New York Pension Roll of 1885


Richmond County. See also New York City.

Richmond County, New York 1800 Federal Census

Richmond County, New York 1820 Federal Census Index

Richmond County, New York 1890 Veteran's Special Schedule

Eastern District Court of New York Naturalization Project. This database contains an index to the naturalization records that were issued between 1865 and 1956 by the Eastern District Courts, which includes Kings (Brooklyn), Queens, Richmond (Staten Island), Nassau and Suffolk Counties.


Rockland County

The Genealogical Society of Rockland County's Surname Index (New York). Surnames being researched by active members and contact information.

Rockland County, New York Cemeteries

Rockland Co., New York Naturalization Records. This index was compiled by the Rockland County Clerk's Office. It includes 24,332 declarations of intent, plus 2,331 recorded oaths of allegiance.

Rockland County, New York Naturalization Records Index. This index was compiled by the Rockland County Clerk's Office.


Saint Lawrence County

Saint Lawrence County, New York 1870 Federal Census

St. Lawrence County, New York 1890 Veteran's Special Schedule

Brasher, St. Lawrence County, New York 1900 Federal Census

St. Lawrence County, New York 1920 Federal Census - Partial : Brasher, Canton, Clare, and Clifton have been transcribed.

St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church Baptisms and Marriages, Hogansburg, Franklin County, New York. This is a compilation of the records of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church in Hogansburg, NY from approximately 1843-1852. The records cover the geographical area of northwestern Franklin Co. NY, northeastern St. Lawrence Co. NY and southwestern Quebec.

Early Settlers, Welsh Congregational Church of Richville, St. Lawrence County, New York


Saratoga County

1779 Tax List of the District of Saraghtoga (Saratoga County, New York)


Schenectady County

Index to Testators, Schenectady County, New York Volumes A to S

Schenectady County, New York Pensioners on the Roll 1883


Schoharie County

Schoharie County, New York 1830 Census (partial) (US GenWeb Archives)

Schoharie County, New York 1830 Census (partial) (US Census Project)

Records for the Congregation of Blenheim 1794-1840, Schoharie County, New York

Summit Lutheran Church Records 1823-1890, Schoharie County, New York

Schoharie County, New York Cemeteries


Seneca County

Junius, 1810 Federal Census; Seneca co., New York

Seneca County, New York Census of Pensioners for Military Service in 1841

Seneca County, New York Directory, 1909

Seneca County, New York Soldiers Discharges, Volume 1, 1918

Members of the Presbyterian Church in Romulus, Seneca County, New York 1802-1850. Surnames : A-G, H-R, S-Z


Steuben County

1810 Steuben Co., New York Federal Census

1825 Pulteney, Steuben Co., NY State Census

Steuben County, New York 1830 Federal Census

Dansville, NY Area Obituaries 1964-2008

Civil War Veterans of Steuben Co., New York

Steuben County, New York Census of Pensioners for Military Service in 1841


Suffolk County. See also : Long Island.

Suffolk County, New York Cemeteries

Longwood, Suffolk County, New York Cemeteries

Inhabitants of Southampton, New York, 1698

The Suffolk County, New York Naturalization Project

Suffolk County, New York 1920 Federal Census - Partial : Amityville Village, Fisher's Island, Lindenhurst Twp., Village of Flanders, Village of Good Ground, Southampton Twp, and Shinnecock Indian Res. have been transcribed.

Curtin's 1868/69 Directory for Kings, Queens, Nassau, Suffolk Counties, New York

Longwood District, Suffolk County, New York Census Records 1776-1900

Long Island, New York Clergy found in Olek's 1924/5 Business Directory for Nassau & Suffolk

Undertakers found in Olek's 1924/5 Business Directory for Nassau & Suffolk, New York

Farmers found in Olek's 1924/5 Business Directory for Nassau & Suffolk, New York

Suffolk County, New York Life Members of the Long Island Bible Society in 1885. List includes deceased members.

Eastern part of Suffolk County, New York Car Registrations of 1931

Brookhaven Cemeteries Index, Suffolk County, New York. Compiled in the late 1930’s by volunteers, under the jurisdiction of Town Historian.

Ancient Long Island epitaphs from the towns of Southold, Shelter Island, and East Hampton (Suffolk County). Digitized edition of this book by Edward Doubleday Harris published in 1903.


Sullivan County

Town of Bethel, District 1 and 2, Sullivan County, New York 1880 Federal Census

Cemetery Listings in Sullivan County, New York

Surname Index to the Book Legends of the Shawangunk. Covering portions of Orange, Ulster, and Sullivan Counties, New York. Published in 1887. The full text of the book is online. Click on name to go directly to the relevant section of the book.

Sullivan County, New York Cemeteries


Tioga County

Smithboro Cemetery: Smithboro, Tioga County, New York


Tompkins County

1850 Federal Census, Tompkins County, New York

List of Pensioners of Tompkins County, New York on the Roll January 1, 1883

Tompkins County, New York Census of Pensioners for Military Service in 1841

Vital Records of Tompkins County, New York


Tryon County

Sir John Johnson's Rent Roll of the Kingsborough Patent in Tryon County, New York 1766-1780


Ulster County

Ulster County, New York, Oath of Allegiance Records 1689

Ulster County, New York 1790 Federal Census. Partial. Hurley Town, Kingston Town, Mamakating Town have been transcribed.

Village of Chichester, Ulster County, New York 1870

Surname Index to the Book Legends of the Shawangunk. Covering portions of Orange, Ulster, and Sullivan Counties, New York. Published in 1887. The full text of the book is online. Click on name to go directly to the relevant section of the book.


Warren County

Warren County, New York Cemeteries

Warren County, New York 1850 Federal Census : Partial : Caldwell, Luzerne, Chester, Horicon, and Hague have been transcribed.

Index to Warren Co., New York Naturalization papers, 1813-1859

Warren County, New York Naturalization Petitions 1907 - 1955

Warren County, New York Naturalization Papers Index 1813 - 1906


Washington County

Evergreen Cemetery, Washington County, New York


Wayne County

Wayne County, New York Census of Pensioners for Military Service in 1841


Westchester County

Westchester County Archives Indexes (NY) Includes: Veterans Cemetery Records; Court Records; Marriage Records; Naturalization Records; and much more.

Marriages in the town of Poundridge, Westchester County, New York 1838-1871. From a ledger that belonged to Aaron Fancher, Justice of the Peace in Poundridge. Many residents of Fairfield County, Connecticut are listed.

Westchester County, New York Naturalization Records, 1808-1927 -- Personal Name Index

Yonkers, Westchester County, New York Misc. Records. Census records, directories, surname registry, and more.


Wyoming County

Wyoming County, New York Tombstone Transcriptions

Sheldon Town, Wyoming County, New York 1930 Federal Census

Wyoming County, New York Cemeteries


Yates County

Yates County, New York Census of Pensioners for Military Service in 1841


       




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