To aid researchers interested in genealogy research related to Brooklyn, Long Island, and New York, we have complied the list of resources below. BPL has digitized and made available online the full run of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1841-1955), and a portion of their collection of Brooklyn city directories (1856-1908).
New York Public Library Irma and Paul Milstein Division of U. History, Local History and Genealogy Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street, Room 121 New York, NY 10018-2788 (212) 930-0828 [email protected] catalogs, handbooks and guides, New York City vital records, indexes, passenger lists, census records, naturalization petitions indexes, U. Queens Public Library The Archives at Queens Library 89-11 Merrick Boulevard Jamaica, NY 11432(718) 990-0770Local history and genealogy with a focus on Queens, Nassau and Suffolk counties.
The BHS’ collection of atlases range in dates from 1855 to 1929.
Kings County Surrogate’s Court 2 Johnson Street Brooklyn, NY 11201 (347) 404-9700 If an ancestor had a will probated in Kings County, you can find it on the bottom floor of the Surrogate’s Court, room 109.
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) One Bowling Green, 3rd Floor New York, NY 10004 Toll-free: 1-866-840-1752 New York location: (212) 401-1620 [email protected] of federal records, including military, citizenship, criminal court, and bankruptcy petitions.
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"Artwork" dating to the Diocletianic era portrays women in a garment similar to the bikini, possibly an ancient sports bra, while competing in athletic events.
William Applebie Daniel Eardeley (1870-1935) was a prolific genealogist who, during his career, transcribed and collected masses of genealogical data.
Our microfilmed holdings represent only a portion of his work, and are composed of two parts: his manuscript research files on specific families, and The New York State Abstracts of Wills, a compilation of wills, administrations and guardianships copied from original estate proceedings in the counties of New York, generally covering the years 1787-1835.
They are also helpful in trying to determine varying addresses (which often changed pre-1900) and also list block and lot numbers. “Call family.” If you wanted to find genealogy reference guides you can do a subject search for genealogy on Bob Cat, our online catalog.
A full listing of the atlas collection is available here. You can also browse the results from a general search on the term "genealogy" to see if there is a more specific subject within genealogy that interests you (i.e., the indexes we have for genealogical periodical – “genealogy – periodical” would lead to what books we have).
A more complete description of the collection and an index of surnames is viewable here.