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The Archive's ever-expanding collection of genealogy resources includes items from the Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana; Robarts Library at the University of Toronto; the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Library;Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah;>, the National Library of Scotland, the Indianapolis City Library's Indianapolis City Directory and Yearbooks Collection, The Leo Baeck Institute Archives of German-speaking Jewry Leo Baeck Institute Archives, and the Boston Public Library.

Resources include among many things books on surname origins, vital statistics, parish records, census records, passenger lists of vessels, and other historical and biographical documents.

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NYC Marriage Index
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This collection contains images of the index to New York City marriage licenses, applications, and affidavits. These records were obtained and published by the non-profit group Reclaim The Records, through two successful Freedom of Information lawsuits brought against the city in 2015 and 2016. These marriage license records were originally kept by the New York City Clerk's Office. Some of the older records were eventually moved to the New York City Municipal Archives, where they were available...
Topics: genealogy, marriage, New York, New York City
by Reclaim The Records
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eye 31,040
This is the list of all registered voters in New York City in 1924 for the borough of Brooklyn (Kings county). It was published by the City Record, and is separated out first by Assembly District (A.D.) and then by Election District (E.D.) and then by the residential address where each person had registered to vote that year. This data was obtained by the not-for-profit activist group Reclaim The Records ( https://www.ReclaimTheRecords.org/ ), who commissioned the first-ever digital imaging of...
Topics: genealogy, elections, voters lists, voting, democracy, New York City
by Reclaim The Records
collection
eye 30,507
This is the list of all registered voters in New York City in 1924 for the borough of Manhattan (New York county). It was published by the City Record, and is separated out first by Assembly District (A.D.) and then by Election District (E.D.) and then by the residential address where each person had registered to vote that year. This data was obtained by the not-for-profit activist group Reclaim The Records ( https://www.ReclaimTheRecords.org/ ), who commissioned the first-ever digital imaging...
Topics: genealogy, elections, voters lists, voting, democracy, New York City
by Reclaim The Records
collection
eye 11,758
This is the list of all registered voters in New York City in 1924 for the borough of Queens (Queens county). It was published by the City Record, and is separated out first by Assembly District (A.D.) and then by Election District (E.D.) and then by the residential address where each person had registered to vote that year. This data was obtained by the not-for-profit activist group Reclaim The Records ( https://www.ReclaimTheRecords.org/ ), who commissioned the first-ever digital imaging of...
Topics: genealogy, elections, voters lists, voting, democracy, New York City
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
NYC Marriage Index
by Reclaim The Records
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This zip archive of six .XLS (Microsoft Excel) spreadsheet files is the index to all marriage licenses filed in New York City for the years 1950-1995. This index was originally kept by the New York City Clerk's Office, used as their in-house database. Please note that this data is known to be somewhat incomplete , and is missing at least 30,000 records, primarily from the 1950's and 1960's. Those licenses still exist, but they are only available on microfilm or as scanned digital images created...
Topics: genealogy, New York City, New York, marriage records, marriage index, XLS file
NYC Marriage Index
by Reclaim The Records
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This is the 1914 index for the borough of the Bronx (Bronx county) in New York City for marriage affidavits, applications, and licenses.  It was digitized from microfilm #39 from a set of 48 microfilms that covered records for 1908-1929. It was on the same microfilm roll as the 1915, 1916, and 1917 indices for the Bronx. Background This data set was originally collected by the New York City Clerk's Office, and later transferred to the New York City Municipal Archives.  For several decades,...
Topics: genealogy, marriage, New York, New York City, Bronx
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
by Reclaim The Records
collection
eye 2,805
This is the list of all registered voters in New York City in 1924 for the borough of Staten Island (Richmond county). It was published by the City Record, and is separated out first by Assembly District (A.D.) and then by Election District (E.D.) and then by the residential address where each person had registered to vote that year. This data was obtained by the not-for-profit activist group Reclaim The Records ( https://www.ReclaimTheRecords.org/ ), who commissioned the first-ever digital...
Topics: genealogy, elections, voters lists, voting, democracy, New York City
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
NYC Marriage Index
by Reclaim The Records
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This zip archive of five .CSV files is the index to all marriage licenses filed in New York City for the years 1950-1995. This index was originally kept by the New York City Clerk's Office, used as their in-house database. Please note that this data is known to be somewhat incomplete , and is missing at least 30,000 records, primarily from the 1950's and 1960's. Those licenses still exist, but they are only available on microfilm or as scanned digital images created from those microfilms, and...
Topics: genealogy, New York City, New York, marriage records, marriage index, CSV file
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
NYC Marriage Index
by Reclaim The Records
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This is the 1908 index for the borough of Brooklyn (Kings county) in New York City for marriage affidavits, applications, and licenses.  It was digitized from microfilm #23 from a set of 48 microfilms that covered records for 1908-1929. It was on the same microfilm roll as the 1909 index for Brooklyn. Background This data set was originally collected by the New York City Clerk's Office, and later transferred to the New York City Municipal Archives.  For several decades, this data was only...
Topics: genealogy, marriage, New York, New York City, Brooklyn
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
NYC Marriage Index
by Reclaim The Records
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This is the 1908 index for the borough of Manhattan (New York county) in New York City for marriage affidavits, applications, and licenses.  It was digitized from microfilm #1 from a set of 48 microfilms that covered records for 1908-1929. Background This data set was originally collected by the New York City Clerk's Office, and later transferred to the New York City Municipal Archives.  For several decades, this data was only available in microfilm format and was only available to...
Topics: genealogy, marriage, New York, New York City, Manhattan
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
NYC Marriage Index
by Reclaim The Records
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This is the 1910 index for the borough of Manhattan (New York county) in New York City for marriage affidavits, applications, and licenses.  It was digitized from microfilm #3 from a set of 48 microfilms that covered records for 1908-1929. Background This data set was originally collected by the New York City Clerk's Office, and later transferred to the New York City Municipal Archives.  For several decades, this data was only available in microfilm format and was only available to...
Topics: genealogy, marriage, New York, New York City, Manhattan
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
NYC Marriage Index
by Reclaim The Records
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These are images of the handwritten index of marriage affidavits, applications, and licenses for the borough of Manhattan (New York county) in New York City for the year 1930. This data was digitized from a set of 110 microfilms that covered the index to New York City marriage records for the years 1930-1972. Background These handwritten marriage license index books were originally compiled and then microfilmed by the New York City Clerk's Office. Up until late 2016, a few of the earlier years'...
Topics: genealogy, marriage, New York, New York City, Manhattan
NYC Marriage Index
by Reclaim The Records
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This is the 1919 index for the borough of Brooklyn (Kings county) in New York City for marriage affidavits, applications, and licenses.  It was digitized from microfilm #28 from a set of 48 microfilms that covered records for 1908-1929. It was on the same microfilm roll as the 1918 index for Brooklyn. Background This data set was originally collected by the New York City Clerk's Office, and later transferred to the New York City Municipal Archives.  For several decades, this data was only...
Topics: genealogy, marriage, New York, New York City, Brooklyn
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
NYC Marriage Index
by Reclaim The Records
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These are images of the handwritten index of marriage affidavits, applications, and licenses for the borough of Manhattan (New York county) in New York City for the year 1933. This data was digitized from a set of 110 microfilms that covered the index to New York City marriage records for the years 1930-1972. Background These handwritten marriage license index books were originally compiled and then microfilmed by the New York City Clerk's Office. Up until late 2016, a few of the earlier years'...
Topics: genealogy, marriage, New York, New York City, Manhattan
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
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This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
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This is the 1917 index for the borough of Manhattan (New York county) in New York City for marriage affidavits, applications, and licenses.  It was digitized from microfilm #10 from a set of 48 microfilms that covered records for 1908-1929. Background This data set was originally collected by the New York City Clerk's Office, and later transferred to the New York City Municipal Archives.  For several decades, this data was only available in microfilm format and was only available to...
Topics: genealogy, marriage, New York, New York City, Manhattan
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
Topics: genealogy, voters lists, voting, list of registered voters, elections, democracy, New York City,...
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
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These are images of the handwritten index of marriage affidavits, applications, and licenses for the borough of Manhattan (New York county) in New York City for the year 1946. This data was digitized from a set of 110 microfilms that covered the index to New York City marriage records for the years 1930-1972. Background These handwritten marriage license index books were originally compiled and then microfilmed by the New York City Clerk's Office. Up until late 2016, a few of the earlier years'...
Topics: genealogy, marriage, New York, New York City, Manhattan
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This is the 1919 index for the borough of Manhattan (New York county) in New York City for marriage affidavits, applications, and licenses.  It was digitized from microfilm #12 from a set of 48 microfilms that covered records for 1908-1929. Background This data set was originally collected by the New York City Clerk's Office, and later transferred to the New York City Municipal Archives.  For several decades, this data was only available in microfilm format and was only available to...
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Topics: genealogy, marriage, New York, New York City, Manhattan
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
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This is the 1921 index for the borough of Manhattan (New York county) in New York City for marriage affidavits, applications, and licenses.  It was digitized from microfilm #14 from a set of 48 microfilms that covered records for 1908-1929. Background This data set was originally collected by the New York City Clerk's Office, and later transferred to the New York City Municipal Archives.  For several decades, this data was only available in microfilm format and was only available to...
Topics: genealogy, marriage, New York, New York City, Manhattan
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
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This is the 1911 index for the borough of Manhattan (New York county) in New York City for marriage affidavits, applications, and licenses.  It was digitized from microfilm #4 from a set of 48 microfilms that covered records for 1908-1929. Background This data set was originally collected by the New York City Clerk's Office, and later transferred to the New York City Municipal Archives.  For several decades, this data was only available in microfilm format and was only available to...
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These are images of the handwritten index of marriage affidavits, applications, and licenses for the borough of Manhattan (New York county) in New York City for the year 1940. This data was digitized from a set of 110 microfilms that covered the index to New York City marriage records for the years 1930-1972. Background These handwritten marriage license index books were originally compiled and then microfilmed by the New York City Clerk's Office. Up until late 2016, a few of the earlier years'...
Topics: genealogy, marriage, New York, New York City, Manhattan
This is the list of all the registered voters in New York City in 1924. It was published by the City Record, a daily New York City government publication, in late 1924. This list is separated out first by the borough (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, or Queens), then by the larger Assembly District (A.D.) number, then by the smaller Election District (E.D.) number, and then finally by the residential street address where each person had registered to vote that year. Households are...
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This zip archive of several .XLSX (Microsoft Excel) spreadsheet files is the index to all marriage licenses filed in New York City for the years 1996-2017. This data was originally compiled by the New York City Clerk's Office. Please note that this data is known to be somewhat incomplete , and there are some quality control problems with this database, including spelling mistakes and some malformed data. You can read more about those data quality issues, and search this entire file online for...
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This is the 1929 index for the borough of Brooklyn (Kings county) in New York City for marriage affidavits, applications, and licenses.  It was digitized from microfilm #38 from a set of 48 microfilms that covered records for 1908-1929. Background This data set was originally collected by the New York City Clerk's Office, and later transferred to the New York City Municipal Archives.  For several decades, this data was only available in microfilm format and was only available to...
Topics: genealogy, marriage, New York, New York City, Brooklyn
NYC Marriage Index
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These are images of the handwritten index of marriage affidavits, applications, and licenses for the borough of Brooklyn (Kings county) in New York City for the year 1940. This data was digitized from a set of 110 microfilms that covered the index to New York City marriage records for the years 1930-1972. Background These handwritten marriage license index books were originally compiled and then microfilmed by the New York City Clerk's Office. Up until late 2016, a few of the earlier years'...
Topics: genealogy, marriage, New York, New York City, Brooklyn
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These are images of the handwritten index of marriage affidavits, applications, and licenses for the borough of Manhattan (New York county) in New York City for the year 1945. This data was digitized from a set of 110 microfilms that covered the index to New York City marriage records for the years 1930-1972. Background These handwritten marriage license index books were originally compiled and then microfilmed by the New York City Clerk's Office. Up until late 2016, a few of the earlier years'...
Topics: genealogy, marriage, New York, New York City, Manhattan