New York State Records for genealogy use
CAVEAT: Transcription, reproduction, loan or sale of indexes is not permitted. Several microfiche readers are available for use, however, researchers will be limited to one hour's use of a microfiche reader, if other persons are waiting to use the readers.
to NYS Document Repository no longer exists)
AN IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT OUR CENSUS INDEXES
Cattaraugus County Historian
302 Court Street
Little Valley, NY 14755
There is no charge for research services for Cattaraugus County residents.
The Church of the Latter Day Saints (LDS) has put up the 1880 Federal Census on their web page at http://www.familysearch.org - you can access the census directly by clicking on the following link.
LDS 1880 Federal Census
The above site is owned and maintained by the LDS
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If you would like to have the entire 1865 index for all of Cattaraugus County so that you can browse it on your computer, you can download it here. You can download it either as an HTML file, or as a MS Word Document. Both are available to download in compressed (zip) format, either as a ZIP file, or as a self-extracting .EXE file. Warning, after they are decompressed (unzipped), they are HUGE, over 9mb, and even on your hard drive they will take some time to open.
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(Link to images on LDS Web Site)
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1875 State Census Indices: (Links will go "hot" as each town's index comes online)
|Carrolton||Great Valley||Mansfield||Red House|
|Connewango||Humphrey||New Albion||South Valley|
New York GenWeb Cemetery Links
Some of these links just point back to this web site. However, there are many links to other countys and other web sites outside of the GenWeb realm.
Some very nice XL spreadsheets to help you organize your census information. Not only forms to duplicate different census forms, but also "Census Trackers" which allow you to organize all the census information on a particular individual.
These sheets are what we used to call "Honorware", they are essentially free, you don't need to pay anything to download and use them. However, the author does asks for a purely voluntary donation of $10 (via Amazon.com's Honor System) if you are satisfied and use the spreadsheets.
|National Archives and Records Aministration web site with information on the 1930 Federal Census This is is a link to a comprehensive guide to the 1930 census. Learn how the census was taken, which records survive today, and how to find microfilm that may contain your family's records.|
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