Location: Saratoga County | Collection Category: Cemetery | Collection Type: Image Browse
Transcribed gravestone inscriptions from cemeteries in Saratoga County, New York. Researchers can browse digital images of these records, but they cannot currently be searched. The collection page contains a complete list of all cemeteries available, including waypoint links to view images from each cemetery. Read More
Location: Saratoga County | Collection Category: Religious Records | Collection Type: Text & Images
Transcribed genealogy records from churches in Saratoga County, New York. Some volumes are searchable, others can only be browsed by image. The collection page contains a complete list of all congregations available, including waypoint links to images from each church. Read More
Location: Schenectady County | Collection Category: Religious Records | Collection Type: Image Browse
Transcribed genealogy records from churches in Schenectady County, New York. Researchers can browse digital images of these records, but they cannot currently be searched. The collection page contains a complete list of all congregations available, including waypoint links to images from each church. Read More
Location: Schoharie County | Collection Category: Cemetery | Collection Type: Image Browse
Transcribed gravestone inscriptions from cemeteries in Schoharie County, New York. Researchers can browse digital images of these records, but they cannot currently be searched. The collection page contains a complete list of all cemeteries available, including waypoint links to view images from each cemetery. Read More
Location: Schoharie County | Collection Category: Religious Records | Collection Type: Text & Images
Transcribed genealogy records from churches in Schoharie County, New York. Some volumes are searchable, others can only be browsed by image. The collection page contains a complete list of all congregations available, including waypoint links to images from each church. Read More
Location: Tompkins County | Collection Category: Account Books, Unlocked | Collection Type: Image Browse
  The first book includes handwritten records of 150 patient names and fees/expenditures of Dr. Amaziah Church Sherwood's, the second book is Orlando Sherwood's account ledger, and the third book is the latter's medical journal. It is unclear if the medical journal represents the same patients that are found in book 2, but offers fascinating insight into 19th century medical practices.  To browse the... Read More
Location: All NY Counties | Collection Category: Immigration | Collection Type: Text
This collection was researched and transcribed by NYG&B Fellow Frank A. Biebel in 2013. He states that the Act of 1819 "made no provision for the inevitable shipwreck(s), including survivors.” This lead to there being “no comprehensive list” of the names of the victims of the shipwrecks, leaving most of them unknown. Read More
Location: All NY Counties | Collection Category: Colonial | Collection Type: Indexed
Background on the Collection These records represent over 25 years worth of applications, beginning with the 1892 incorporation of the society. Applications document pertinent information from the colonial period, such as birth, immigration, and military service records. Additionally, these applications represent significant pieces of biographical history for late 19th and early 20th century members of New... Read More
Location: Cayuga County | Collection Category: Census, Town Records, Unlocked | Collection Type: Image Browse
  The Town of Sterling, which is located in Cayuga County, was named after American Revolutionary War general, William Alexander, Lord Stirling. As a revolutionary town, Sterling has a rich history and offers a wealth of materials to researchers. As part of our Statewide Initiative program, we worked with the town of Sterling to digitize several record sets, including the 1845 census, 28 volumes of tax... Read More
Location: Steuben County | Collection Category: County Histories | Collection Type: Text
Digitized histories of Steuben County, New York. These volumes provide crucial historical context and contain information on many individuals who lived in Steuben County. Researchers can search all volumes or browse volumes individually. The collection description contains an overview of each volume. Read More
Location: Suffolk County | Collection Category: Cemetery | Collection Type: Image Browse
Transcribed gravestone inscriptions from cemeteries in Suffolk County, New York. Researchers can browse digital images of these records, but they cannot currently be searched. The collection page contains a complete list of all cemeteries available, including waypoint links to view images from each cemetery. Read More
Location: Suffolk County | Collection Category: Wills & Probate | Collection Type: OCR, Text
Early Long Island Wills of Suffolk County, 1691-1703 This title, originally published in 1897 by F. P. Harper, is accessible to us today thanks, in no small part, to some canny recognition of its value. The book's editor, William S. Pelletreau, recounts: Read More
Location: Albany County, Rensselaer County | Collection Category: Periodicals | Collection Type: OCR
The Capital, a quarterly periodical created and edited by Arthur C.M. Kelly, founder of Kinship Books, includes rare and essential record extracts and transcriptions from Albany and Rensselaer counties. Individual issues cover a wide range of materials documenting families who lived in (and around) Albany and Rensselaer counties in the 1700s and 1800s.  Read More
Location: Columbia County | Collection Category: Periodicals | Collection Type: Text
Issues of The Columbia contain a variety of extracted and transcribed records from Columbia County and beyond—many of which cannot be found anywhere else online. These materials often represent previously unpublished records from private individuals, churches, and other record holders.  Read More
Location: Montgomery County, Schenectady County | Collection Category: Periodicals | Collection Type: OCR
Issues of The Mohawk contain a variety of extracted and transcribed records from Montgomery County, Schenectady County, and beyond—many of which cannot be found anywhere else online. These materials often represent previously unpublished records from private individuals, churches, and other record holders. Read More