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Albany County
1683 List of "Burghers" Contributing in Albany
Allegany County
Broome County
Binghamton, New York Directories, 1888-90 The city of Binghamton is the county seat of Broome County. This database is a transcription of city directories originally published in 1888, 1889 and 1890. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides their address and occupational information. It includes over 44,600 names, mostly heads of households. Works well as a census substitute
Cattaraugus County
Cayuga County
Cayuga County, New York Directory, 1867-68 Located in west-central New York State, Cayuga County was formed in 1799 and was home to nearly 60,000 persons in 1870. This database is a transcription of a county directory originally published in 1868. Because it is a directory of families, only the name of the head of the family is provided. It also reveals the town of residence and person's occupation and town of residence. The names of over 8400 individuals are given in this collection.
Auburn, New York Directories, 1889-92 Situated in the Finger Lake area of New York, Auburn is the county seat of Cayuga County. This database is a transcription of three city directories originally published between 1890 and 1892. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides information regarding their address and occupation. This collection includes the names of over 51,200 people, mostly heads of households.
Chautauqua County
Chenango County
Chenango County, New York Directory, 1902
Situated just east of the Finger Lakes area of central New York, Chenango County was home to about 36,000 people at the start of the twentieth century. This database is a directory of county residents, originally published in 1902. Each entry provides the resident's name, occupation, and town of residence. Additionally, if the individual owned land, the number of acres is given. Listing the names of over 16,000 persons, it can be a helpful source of information
Chemung County
Elmira, New York Directories, 1889-93
Located near the New York, Pennsylvania border, the city of Elmira is the county seat of Chemung County. This database is a transcription of city directories originally published in 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892 and 1893. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides their address and occupational information. It includes over 73,000 names, mostly heads of households. Works well as a census substitute
Clinton County
Columbia County
Hudson, New York Directories, 1887-91 Located in upstate New York, directly south of Albany, the city of Hudson is the county seat of Columbia County. This database is a transcription of city directories originally published in 1887, 1888, 1889 and 1890. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides their address and occupational information. It includes over 14,400 names, mostly heads of households. Works well as a census substitute.
Cortland County
Delaware County
Dutchess County
Poughkeepsie, New York Directories, 1890-97 The county seat of Dutchess County in New York, Poughkeepsie is situated along the Hudson River about seventy miles north of New York City. This database is a collection of six directories for the city originally published between 1890 and 1897. It is a listing of city residents in those years. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides their address and occupational information. It includes the names of over 49,700 people, mostly heads of households.
Erie County
Buffalo, Erie County, New York Directory, 1832 Buffalo is located in Erie County, New York and is built upon the land adjoining Buffalo Creek and Lake Erie. This database records the names of about 2,200 heads of families and householders as listed in an 1832 directory of Buffalo. It lists each person's name, occupation, and address, and indicates whether the person was "colored" or white. Works well as a census substitute
Essex County
Franklin County
Fulton County
Gloversville, New York Directories, 1890-93 Located in upstate New York, the city of Gloversville forms part of Fulton County. This database is a transcription of city directories originally published in 1890, 1891, 1892, and 1893. In addition to providing the residents' names, it provides their addresses and occupational information. The database includes more than 44,100 names, mostly heads of household. Works well as a census substitute
Genessee County
Greene County
Hamilton County
Herkimer County
Jefferson County
Watertown, New York Directories, 1888-92 Located in upstate New York, near the Canadian border, the city of Watertown is the county seat of Jefferson County. This database is a transcription of city directories originally published in 1888, 1889, 1891 and 1892. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides their address and occupational information. It includes over 25,300 names, mostly heads of households. .
Kings County
Brooklyn, New York Directories, 1888-1890 Brooklyn, one of the five boroughs of New York City in the county of Kings, was home to thousands of immigrants seeking a new life in America. This database is a transcription of a city directory originally published in 1890. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides their address and occupational information. It includes the names of over 883,000 people, mostly heads of households. Works well as a census substitute.
Lewis County
Livingston County
Madison County
Oneida, New York Directories, 1887-88, 1890 Located in central New York State, the city of Oneida forms part of Madison County. This database is a transcription of city directories originally published in 1887 and 1890. In addition to providing the residents' names, it provides their addresses and occupational information. The database includes more than 12,900 names, mostly heads of household.
Monroe County
Rochester, New York Directory, 1888-91 The county seat of Monroe County, Rochester is located on the Lake Ontario in western New York. This database is a transcription of a city directory originally published in 1888-91. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides information regarding their address and occupation. This collection includes the names of about 107,455 people, mostly heads of households.
Montgomery County
Amsterdam, New York Directories, 1887-90 Located near the capital city of Albany, the city of Amsterdam is in the county Montgomery. This database is a transcription of city directories originally published in 1887, 1888 and 1889. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides their address and occupational information. It includes over 22,900 names, mostly heads of households.
Nassau County
New York County
Occupants of New Amsterdam, 1660 The families who made up New Amsterdam listed by block and building number they owned or occupied. This list originally appeared in the "Du Trieux Family Newsletter" of 1984.
New York City Directory, 1786 Originally settled by the Dutch, New York City was ceded to the English at the Peace of Breda in 1667. This city directory was published in 1905 by the Winthrop Press and includes the names of over 1500 individuals (primarily male, heads of households) who lived in the city in 1786. Information provided includes the address and occupation of the resident. In addition, there are lists of prominent persons and city directors, a list of street names changed prior to 1786, and a description of the city by Noah Webster.
New York City Directory, 1869 In 1869 the City of New York covered roughly the same area as the County of New York, but did not include areas of Bronx, Kings and Queens counties which later would become part of the city. This database is a directory of city residents in that year and includes the names of over 188,000 persons.
New York City Directory, 1890 With a population approaching nearly 1.5 million, New York City was the largest metropolitan area in the United States as the 19th Century ended. In 1890, the city limits included areas of Bronx, Kings, and Queens counties. This database is a directory of city residents in that year and includes the names of over 384,000 persons.
Niagara County
Oneida County
Rome, New York Directories, 1887-92 The city of Rome is Located in the Mohawk River Valley, in the heart of New York State in western Oneida County. This database is a transcription of city directories originally published in 1887, 1889, 1890 and 1892. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides their address and occupational information. It includes over 24,000 names, mostly heads of households.
Utica, New York Directories, 1887-91 The county seat of Oneida County in central New York, Utica is nestled in the scenic Mohawk River Valley. This database is a transcription of five city directories originally published between 1887 and 1891. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides information regarding their address and occupation. This collection includes the names of over 75,000 people, mostly heads of households.
Onondaga County
Syracuse, New York Directories, 1887-1890 The city of Syracuse is located in New York county of Onondaga. This database is a transcription of city directories originally published in 1887, 1888 and 1889. In addition to providing the residents' names, it provides their addresses and occupational information. The database includes more than 117,000 names, mostly heads of household.
Ontario County
Orange County
Newburgh, New York Directories, 1889-92 Located in southeastern New York, the city of Newburgh is part of Orange County. This database is a transcription of city directories originally published in 1889, 1890, 1891 and 1892. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides their address and occupational information. It includes over 50,800 names, mostly heads of households.
Orleans County
Orleans County, New York Directory, 1894 Located in western New York State, the Orleans County has as its seat the city of Albion. This database is a transcription of a directory originally published in 1894. In addition to providing the county residents' names, it provides their addresses and occupational information. The database includes more than 10,400 names, mostly heads of household. Works well as a census substitute
Orleans County, New York Directory, 1894 Located in western New York State, the Orleans County has as its seat the city of Albion. This database is a transcription of a directory originally published in 1894. In addition to providing the county residents' names, it provides their addresses and occupational information. The database includes more than 10,400 names, mostly heads of household.
Oswego County
Oswego, New York Directories, 1888, 1890-93 Located in upstate New York State, on the shores of Lake Ontario, the city of Oswego is county seat of Oswego County. This database is a transcription of city directories originally published in 1887 and 1890. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides their address and occupational information. It includes over 43,600 names, mostly heads of households.
Otsego County, New York Directory, 1908 Home of the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, Otsego County is a short fifty miles west of the New York state capital in Albany. This database is a transcription of a 1908 directory of residents and businesses. In addition to providing the resident's name, this collection reveals the person's address and occupation. Researchers will find information regarding over 6300 people.
Otsego County
Putnam County
Queens County
Rensselaer County
Troy, New York City Directory, 1890 Less than ten miles north of Albany, New York, the city of Troy is situated on the Hudson River in Rensselaer County. This database is a transcription of a city directory originally published in 1890. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides their address and occupational information. It includes the names of over 20,000 people, mostly heads of households.
Richmond County
Staten Island, New York Directory, 1886 Located in southern New York State south of New York City, Staten Island forms part of Richmond County. This database is a transcription of a city directory originally published in 1886. In addition to providing the residents' names, it provides their addresses and occupational information. The database includes more than 9,100 names, mostly heads of household.
Saratoga County
Saratoga Springs, New York Directories, 1888-92 Located in eastern New York, 29 miles north of Albany, NY, the city of Saratoga Springs is part of Saratoga County. This database is a transcription of city directories originally published in 1888, 1889, 1890 and 1891. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides their address and occupational information. It includes over 25,600 names, mostly heads of households.
Ballston Spa, New York Directory, 1924 Located in eastern New York State, Ballston Spa and the nearby community of Mechanicville are important cities in Saratoga County. This database is a directory of residents in the metropolitan area in 1924. Each record includes the individual's name and town of residence. Additionally, occupational information is provided for many persons and contains the names of over 8900 persons
Schenectady County
Schoharie County
Schoharie County, New York Directory, 1872 Located about twenty-five miles west of the state capital in Albany, Schoharie County, New York was home to thousands of people in the 1800s. This database is a transcription of an 1872 directory of residents and businesses. In addition to providing the resident's name and address, this collection reveals the person's occupation and size of land upon which they lived. Researchers will find information regarding over 5700 people.
Schoharie County, New York Directory, 1899 Formed in 1795 and located just west of Albany, New York, Schoharie County was home to nearly 26,000 people at the turn of the century. This directory of county residents and businesses provides information on nearly 7200 persons and enterprises in operation in 1899. In addition to residents' names, researchers will find information regarding occupation and, if the person owned farmland, the number of acres farmed.
Schuyler County
New York Farm Directory, 1914: Yates, Schuyler, Tompkins & Seneca Counties The American Agriculturist was well known for its informative and insightful weekly newspaper devoted to the news of agriculture. Annually a farm directory for most farming communities was published by newspaper. This database is the contents of the American Agriculturist Farm Directory of 1914 for the New York counties of Yates, Schuyler, Tompkins, and Seneca. It contains over 15,300 records which provide the name of the individual or firm, wife's name, the number of children over 21 years of age, the occupation of the individual, any boarder names, and the county or township of farm.
Seneca County
New York Farm Directory, 1914: Yates, Schuyler, Tompkins & Seneca Counties The American Agriculturist was well known for its informative and insightful weekly newspaper devoted to the news of agriculture. Annually a farm directory for most farming communities was published by newspaper. This database is the contents of the American Agriculturist Farm Directory of 1914 for the New York counties of Yates, Schuyler, Tompkins, and Seneca. It contains over 15,300 records which provide the name of the individual or firm, wife's name, the number of children over 21 years of age, the occupation of the individual, any boarder names, and the county or township of farm.
St. Lawrence County
Saint Lawrence County, New York Directory 1890 St. Lawrence County is located in northern New York state. This database is a transcription of a directory originally published in 1890. In addition to providing the residents' names, it provides their addresses and occupational information. The database includes more than 11,500 names, mostly heads of household.
Steuben County
Steuben County, New York Directory, 1891 Steuben County is located in upstate New York on the border of Pennsylvania. This database is a transcription of a directory originally published in 1891. In addition to providing the residents' names, it provides their addresses and occupational information. The database includes more than 24,000 names, mostly heads of household.
Suffolk County
Tompkins County
Ithaca, New York Directories, 1888-91 Located in Southern Tier of New York State, the city of Ithaca is the home of Cornell University and county seat of Tompkins County. This database is a transcription of city directories originally published in 1888 and 1890. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides their address and occupational information. It includes over 10,800 names, mostly heads of households. Works well as a census substitute.
New York Farm Directory, 1914: Yates, Schuyler, Tompkins & Seneca Counties The American Agriculturist was well known for its informative and insightful weekly newspaper devoted to the news of agriculture. Annually a farm directory for most farming communities was published by newspaper. This database is the contents of the American Agriculturist Farm Directory of 1914 for the New York counties of Yates, Schuyler, Tompkins, and Seneca. It contains over 15,300 records which provide the name of the individual or firm, wife's name, the number of children over 21 years of age, the occupation of the individual, any boarder names, and the county or township of farm.
Ulster County
Kingston, New York Directories, 1888-89, 1891-92 Located in southeastern New York, the city of Kingston, is the county seat of Ulster County. This database is a transcription of city directories originally published in 1888, 1889, 1890 and 1892. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides their address and occupational information. It includes over 34,500 names, mostly heads of households. Works as a census substitute
Warren County
Glen Falls, New York Directories, 1888, 1890, 1891-92 Located in upstate New York, the city of Glen Falls forms part of Warren County. This database is a transcription of city directories originally published in 1888, 1890 and 1891. In addition to providing the resident's name, it provides their address and occupational information. It includes over 22,500 names, mostly heads of households. Works well as a census substitute
Washington County
Westchester County
Mt. Vernon, New York Directories, 1889-91 Located just north of Bronx County in New York State, the city of Mt. Vernon forms part of Westchester County. This database is a transcription of city directories originally published in 1889 and 1890. In addition to providing the residents' names, it provides their addresses and occupational information. The database includes more than 14,600 names, mostly heads of household. A good census substitute!
Yates County
New York Farm Directory, 1914: Yates, Schuyler, Tompkins & Seneca Counties The American Agriculturist was well known for its informative and insightful weekly newspaper devoted to the news of agriculture. Annually a farm directory for most farming communities was published by newspaper. This database is the contents of the American Agriculturist Farm Directory of 1914 for the New York counties of Yates, Schuyler, Tompkins, and Seneca. It contains over 15,300 records which provide the name of the individual or firm, wife's name, the number of children over 21 years of age, the occupation of the individual, any boarder names, and the county or township of farm.

 
 

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