What records are available from the County Clerk, in researching my genealogy, "my family tree"?
The County Clerk's Office has state Census records (1825 to 1925), naturalization records (1814 to 1972), marriage records (1908 to 1935), property deeds and mortgages (1811 to present), and tax assessment records (1854 to 1934). Birth, marriage, and death records, also known as vital records, are available from the Town or City Clerk's Office where the event occurred. In New York State, vital records were first kept starting in 1881.

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1. What are your recording fees for real estate documents?
2. What are your hours?
3. How do I add or remove a name from my deed?
4. When do I need a business certificate?
5. What records are available from the County Clerk, in researching my genealogy, "my family tree"?
6. I need a Tax ID number, can you issue that for me?
7. I need a Federal I.D. number, where do I go?
8. Where do I go to pay my property taxes?
9. Do you process passports?
10. How can I get a copy of a birth, marriage or death certificate?
11. I need a copy of my judgment of divorce, can I get that from the County Clerk's Office?
12. Where can I purchase a marriage license?
13. Can I buy a hunting and fishing license from the County Clerk's Office?
14. Where do I get a copy of a deed and what do I need?