Subject Index to Articles in the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record 1983-2015 (Volumes 114-146)
Harry Macy Jr., FASG, FGBS, has updated his subject index to articles that have appeared in the Record since 1982, the date Mrs. Jean D. Worden’s index ends. The updated index consists of three parts: compiled genealogies and family records, indexed by principal surnames; source records and collective genealogies, indexed by location; and other articles, indexed by subject.
Index to Articles in the Record by Title
This index is organized alphabetically by title and comprises every article published in the Record from 1870 through 2015. It is especially useful for locating articles that have been published in multiple installments. NEW: For the first time additions and corrections are listed alongside the original article titles.
Index to Articles in the Record by Author
This index is organized alphabetically by author and comprises only those articles attributed to an author by name and published in the Record from 1870 through 2015.
All three indexes are accessible to the public. To access the full run of the Record, join the NYG&B.
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FamilySearch.org updated records:
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- New York, Military Equipment Claims, War of 1812
- New York, Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
- U.S., Cemetery and Funeral Home Collection, 1847 – 2015
- U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-1989
- U.S., Obituary Collection, 1930 – 2015
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- NARA Collections on Ancestry.com
- U.S., School Yearbooks, 1880-2012
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- On the Links page: Hessen Kirchenbucher (Hesse Church Books)
- Naturalizations – Newark, NJ Petitions 1914-1984 (200,825 records)
- Naturalizations – Puerto Rico Declarations & Petitions 1917-1973 (7,311 records)
- Bavaria & Pfalz Emigration Database, over 10,000 additional names
- Yearbooks – now 302,131 records
- Meeting Handouts – (for GGG Members only)
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