Learn the latest information on rapidly changing access to New York state vital records indexes. In the past, indexes to New York’s birth, marriage, and death records were held on microfiche at eleven locations across New York, necessitating in-person research.
In the past 18 months those indexes have become available online. This webinar will discuss how the accessibility changed and where and how to access the indexes today.
This webinar is open to members of the NYG&B. Click here to register.
About the presenter
Sue is the NYG&B’s Director of Programs; editor of the NYG&B’s award-winning magazine the New York Researcher; a managing editor of the New York Family History Research Guide and Gazetteer; and has researched her New England and New York families for more than 20 years. She is an organizer for the New York State Family History Conference and has presented genealogical lectures regionally and nationally. Beyond genealogy, Sue is a life-long sailor (racing and cruising) and Past Commodore of the Manhasset Bay Yacht Club.