Kings County NY Marriage Records - LDS Genealogy.
Looking for a birth record from New York City as part of your genealogy research? On January 1, 1898, the towns located in four counties (New York, Richmond, Queens, and Kings) were consolidated into the five boroughs of New York City (Brooklyn, the Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island). Prior to this time, New York City referred primarily to Manhattan.
Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level. Statewide collections are found on the New York Marriage Records page. Kings County Marriage Records. 1866-1937 New York, New York, Marriage Index Ancestry. 1907-1995 New York City, Marriage License Indexes Ancestry. 1908-1972 New York City Marriage License Index MyHeritage.
While the standard for criminal record collection and storage varies from county to county, the majority of New York criminal records are organized in online record depositories that are available to the public in the form of a Criminal Background Report. This report is accessed through a number of courts, police departments and the official New York State Records Online Database.
The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene maintains birth and death certificates for the five boroughs of New York City (Manhattan, Kings, Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island). Only the person themself or the parent of the person on the birth certificate is eligible to obtain a copy of the birth certificate. Only by order of a New York State Court may a spouse, child, or other.
Under the leadership of Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence K. Marks and Ronald Younkins, the Unified Court System is beginning to place case files on the Internet through two pilot projects, one in Supreme Court, New York County and one in Supreme and County Courts in Broome County. The projects will make images of non-confidential documents in case files available to the public. Following a.
Free search of city of Brooklyn court filings regarding bankruptcies, criminal actions and civil cases. Find the location of filings, case numbers, party names, filing type, trustees, orders and more. Automatically updated information of new actions pertaining to a case you are following and want to be current. Request copies of entire case files by connecting directly to the source of that.
In 2015 and 2016, the non-profit activist group Reclaim The Records filed two Freedom of Information lawsuits to finally obtain and publish the first-ever public copies of these microfilms: the first case was brought against the NYC Municipal Archives to acquire the 1908-1929 microfilms, and the second one was against the New York City Clerk's Office for the 1930-1972 microfilms. The two sets.