Franklin County, New York Genealogy

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Guide to Franklin County, New York ancestry, family history, and genealogy birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, and military records.

This page describes sources of genealogical data about Franklin County, New York Genealogy families, including links to smaller localities at the bottom of this page. New York, United States Genealogy-related pages show useful statewide sources. United States Genealogy pages explain the terminology and contents of genealogical records.

Franklin County, New York
Map of New York highlighting Franklin County
Location in the state of New York, United States Genealogy
Map of the U.S. highlighting New York
Location of New York in the U.S.
Founded March 11, 1808
County Seat Malone
New York, Franklin County Courthouse.png
Address County Clerk
PO Box 70
355 West Main Street, Suite 248
Malone, NY 12953
Franklin County Website

Franklin County New York Historical Facts[edit | edit source]

Description[edit | edit source]

The County was named for the Founding Father Benjamin Franklin. The County is located in the northeast area of the state. [1]

Franklin County, New York Record Dates[edit | edit source]

Known Beginning Dates for Major County Records[2]
Birth* Marriage Death* Court Land Probate Census
1880 1908 1880 1808 1808 1809 1663
*Statewide registration for births and deaths started in 1880. General compliance for births by 1915 and deaths by 1890.

Parent County[edit | edit source]

Wikipedia has more about this subject: Franklin County, New York

Created 11 March 1808 from western part of Clinton County.[3]

Boundary Changes[edit | edit source]

For animated maps illustrating New York County boundary changes, "Rotating Formation New York County Boundary Maps" (1683-1915) may be viewed for free at the website.

Franklin was taken from the western part of Clinton county in 1808, organized by act of March 11. At this time it consisted of 3 civil subdivisions: Chateaugay, Constable and Harrison (Malone.) The Revised Statutes of The State of New-York...1828 to 1835...Volume 3, (Albany: Packard and Van Benthuysen, 1836), p. 305, retrieved from google.books

Find boundaries and boundary changes of towns by tract and township numbers in the county of Franklin in The Revised Statutes of The State of New-York...1828 to 1835...Volume 3,p. 65-66. Retrieved from google boks

Record Loss[edit | edit source]

There is no known history of courthouse disasters in this county.

Populated Places[edit | edit source]

For a complete list of populated places, including small neighborhoods and suburbs, visit HomeTown Locator. The following are the most historically and genealogically relevant populated places in this county:[4]

Native American communities
Census-designated places

Franklin County New York Genealogy Resources[edit | edit source]

Bible Records[edit | edit source]

  • 1581–1917 New York, Family Bible Records at Ancestry($); Index. Database is a collection of genealogically important records taken from the Bibles of colony and state residents. Reveals the Bible's original owner, brief record of descendants,and a particular event such as birth or marriage as recorded in Bible.
  • 1881–1934 Watson H. Harwood and Austin M. Gowan, Dr. Watson H. Harwood's Records of Births He Attended in Area of Chasm Falls, Owls Head, and Mountain View in Towns of Malone, Brandon, and Duane in the State of New York, Franklin County from 1881-1934 (Salt Lake City, Utah: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1980). FHL film 1292041 Item 3

Biography[edit | edit source]

History of Clinton and Franklin Counties, New York by Duane Hamilton Hurd, J. W. Lewis & Co., 1880. Google eBook

A History of St. Lawrence and Franklin Counties, New York: from the earliest period to the present time, by Franklin Benjamin Hough, Little & Co., 1853. Google eBook

Historical Sketches of Franklin County and its several towns: with many short biographies by Frederick Joel Seaver, J.B. Lyon Company, 1918. Google eBook

Business Records and Commerce[edit | edit source]

Cemeteries[edit | edit source]

Cemetery records often reveal birth, death, relationship, military, and religious information.

Online Grave Transcripts Published Grave Transcripts County Cemetery Directories* Family History Library*** WorldCat* Tombstone Project*
Cemetery Site* Names in Stone*
New York Gravestones* Billion Graves*
NYGenWeb* FamilySearch Places
Billion Graves*
Names in Stone*
*See the New York Cemeteries page for details about each site.

Census[edit | edit source]

Historical populations
Census Pop.
1810 2,617
1820 4,439 69.6%
1830 11,312 154.8%
1840 16,518 46.0%
1850 25,102 52.0%
1860 30,837 22.8%
1870 30,271 −1.8%
1880 32,390 7.0%
1890 38,110 17.7%
1900 42,853 12.4%
1910 45,717 6.7%
1920 43,541 −4.8%
1930 45,694 4.9%
1940 44,286 −3.1%
1950 44,830 1.2%
1960 44,742 −0.2%
1970 43,931 −1.8%
1980 44,929 2.3%
1990 46,540 3.6%
2000 51,134 9.9%
2010 51,599 0.9%
Source: "".

For information and tips on using and accessing online census records, see New York Census.

Federal[edit | edit source]

U.S. Census Mortality Schedules for New York, 1850-1880:

  • Available online at Ancestry ($).
  • Deaths are included for the 12 months prior to the census, 1849-50, 1859-60, 1869-70, and 1879-80 beginning 1 June and ending 31 May of the census year.[5]
  • Basic contents of the records include: Name, sex, age, color, marital status, place of birth, month of death, occupation, and cause of death. 1870 also has parents' birthplace. 1880 lists how long a resident of the county.
  • Also on FHL Films 1415128–42.
State[edit | edit source]
Source 1825 1835 1845 1855 1865 1875 1892 1905 1915 1925 - - - - Lost Yes Lost - Yes Yes
Family History Library - - - Yes Lost Yes Lost Yes Yes Yes
FamilySearch Images - - - Yes Lost Yes Lost Yes Yes Yes
New York State Library - - - - Lost Yes Lost Yes Yes Yes

New York State 1865 and 1875 Census Marriage, Mortality; and 1865 Soldier Mortality records:

  • Images available online at New York State Census, 1865 and New York State Census, 1875. Click on the link to go to the page, then click on the ‘Browse through images’ link and select your county, then select an ancestor's town and browse to the end of the population schedule until you find the Marriage, Mortality, and 1865 soldier mortality schedules.
  • Includes marriages and deaths for the 12 months prior to the census, ending 1 June of the census year.
  • Marriage entry content: Husband's name, wife's name, ages and previous marital status, month and day and place of marriage, and church or civil ceremony.
  • Death entry content: Name, age, sex, color, marital status, month and day of death, native state or country, occupation and cause of death.
  • 1865 deaths of officers and enlisted men entry content: Name, age, marital status, citizenship status, enlistment date, original regiment, original rank, regiment at death, rank at death, promotions, death date and place, manner of death, surviving associates, and burial place.
  • Also on microfilm. See the Family History Library line in the above State Census Chart.

Church Records[edit | edit source]

Church records are good substitutes for birth, marriage, and death information and are most often found on a local city/town or county level.  Published and manuscript church records can be found at public, university, and private libraries.

For a brief general history of denominations and a guide to finding various New York denomination's records, see New York Church Records Wiki page.

List of Churches and Church Parishes

  • 1843-1907, 1913-1949 Early U.S. French Catholic Church Records, Coopersville, courtesy: Ancestry ($).
  • 1762-1776 Eglise catholique. Saint-François-Régis (Saint-Régis, Québec)FHL film 1031635-1031638 Contains baptisms, marriages, burials, and confirmations from various New york counties and Quebec. Includes records of Indians and whites. Text may be in English, French, Latin, or Indian.
  • 1838-1876 Eglise catholique. Saint-Jean-Chrysostôme (Saint-Chrysostôme, Québec) FHL film 1031559-1031561 Contains baptisms, marriages, burials and confirmations in areas of Franklin and Clinton counties in New York as well as Quebec.
  • 1846-1876 Eglise catholique. Saint-Malachie-d'Ormstown (Saint-Malachie-d'Ormstown, Québec) FHL film 1031575

Includes baptisms, marriages and burials for several parishes in the region. Text in French and English. Also includes several areas in Quebec.

Additional Church Records

Additional church records can sometimes be found using search phrases such as Franklin County, New York Genealogy Church Records  in online catalogs like:

Court Records[edit | edit source]

Ancestors may have also been involved in municipal, state, or federal court cases. See also New York Court Records and United States Court Records.

Crime and Criminals[edit | edit source]

Directories[edit | edit source]

Emigration and Immigration[edit | edit source]

Maps and Gazetteers[edit | edit source]

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Click a neighboring county
for more resources

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Genealogy[edit | edit source]

Rootsweb message board for Franklin County has many information threads about families that resided in that county. There is a search engine that allows you to search by surname and topic.

History[edit | edit source]

Franklin County is part of Macomb's Purchase of 1791.

Land and Property[edit | edit source]

Land and property records can place an ancestor in a particular location, provide economic information, and reveal family relationships. Land records include: deeds, abstracts and indexes, mortgages, leases, grants and land patents.

See New York Land and Property for more details, especially about the papers generated in New York State by large speculative land companies.

Original land records in Franklin County, New York Genealogy began in 1808. These records are housed at the Franklin County Courthouse in Malone. Volunteers from the Franklin County Historical Society will search and copy for a small fee. Records prior to 1808 are in Clinton County, New York Land Records.



Additional land records can sometimes be found using these catalogs:

Additional resources

Additional resources for Franklin County, New York Genealogy land records may be found in the Franklin County, New York Genealogy – Land Records topic page of the FamilySearch Catalog . Copies of records on FHL microfilm and microfiche may be available for viewing at various Family History Centers. Copies of books found in the FamilySearch Catalog may be found in WorldCat catalog and ordered from your local library through interlibrary loan. Explore how to search the FamilySearch Catalog and the WorldCat Online Catalog.

Maps[edit | edit source]


Migration[edit | edit source]

Early migration routes to and from Franklin County for European settlers included:[6]

Military[edit | edit source]

War of 1812[edit | edit source]

Austin, John M., Soldiers of the War of 1812 who were residents of Franklin County, New York at the time of their service (J.m. Austin, c1999) pages 31 FHL Book 974.755 M2

Civil War[edit | edit source]

Town registers. The New York town clerks kept a bound register of all soldiers from their town serving in the Civil War 1861-1865. Registers are arranged by county, and town. Some town registers are missing. The registers include an index at the start of each town.

Content. Many register entries include full name, residence, date and place of birth, parents names, marital status, date of enlistment and muster and rank, discharges, death, or promotion.

Access. The original registers are at the New York State Archives in Albany, New York. Microfilm copies are found at the Family History Library (FHL Film 1993401-37). They are also indexed and available at ($).

Available towns. Registers are available for: Bangor, Bellmont, Bombay, Brandon, Brighton, Burke, Chateaugay, Constable, Dickinson, Duane, Fort Covington, Franklin, Harrietstown, Malone, Moira, Santa Clara, Tupper Lake, Waverly, Westville.

Regiments. Service men in Franklin County served in various regiments. Men often joined a company (within a regiment) that originated in their county. Listed below are companies that were specifically formed in Franklin County:[7]

- 12th Regiment, New York Cavalry, Company F.
- 13th Regiment, New York Cavalry, Companies G and H.
- 16th Regiment, New York Infantry, Company I.
- 26th Regiment, New York Cavalry, Companies I and L.
- 60th Regiment, New York Infantry, Company E.
- 92nd Regiment, New York Infantry
- 96th Regiment, New York Infantry, Company A.
- 98th Regiment, New York Infantry, Companies A, B, C, D, E, G and H.
- 98th Regiment, New York Infantry National Guard (100 days, 1864), Companies A, B, C, D, E, G and H.
- 106th Regiment, New York Infantry, Companies H and I.
- 142nd Regiment, New York Infantry, Companies D, F, G and H.
- 164th Regiment, New York Infantry, Company A.
- 193rd Regiment, New York Infantry, Companies F and G.

Naturalization and Citizenship[edit | edit source]

Newspapers[edit | edit source]

Search historical newspapers of Franklin County, 1849-2002 at Northern New York Historical Newspapers:

  • Adirondack News St. Regis Falls NY 1887-1930
  • Chateaugay Journal & Chateaugay Record 1881-1995
  • Fort Covington Sun 1887-1987
  • Malone Farmer 1900-1936
  • Malone Franklin Gazette 1876-1899
  • St. Regis Falls Adirondack News 1887-1933
  • Tupper Lake Free Press and Herald 1911-2005
  • Saranac Lake Adirondack Daily Enterprise 1948-1976

Obituaries[edit | edit source]

Periodicals[edit | edit source]

Central New York Genealogical Society has indexed Tree Talks periodicals according to counties, surnames, and given names. Use this Central New York Genealogical Societyto search for ancestors who lived in the Franklin County area.

Poorhouses, Poor Law, etc.[edit | edit source]

Probate Records
[edit | edit source]

New York, Probate Records, 1629-1971; Franklin Includes:

Administration bonds 1890-1908 vol 1-2; Administration bonds 1908-1920 vol 3-4; Administration decrees 1868-1890 vol 1-2; Administration decrees 1890-1909 vol 3-4
Daybook 1880-1890 vol 1-2; Daybook 1890-1898 vol 3-4; Daybook 1898-1902 vol 5
Decrees, Orders 1847-1863; Decrees, Orders 1863-1879
Dower records 1839-1880
Estate index 1800-1900
Final decrees 1878-1889 vol 2; Final decrees 1888-1905 vol 3-4; Final decrees 1905-1912 vol 6
Guardianship records 1908-1930 vol 1; Guardianship records 1913-1930 vol 1
Letters of administration, Letters of testamentary 1847-1864 vol 2; Letters of administration, Letters of testamentary 1864-1903 vol 3-5; Letters of administration, Letters of testamentary 1903-1912 vol 6; Letters of administration, Letters of testamentary 1903-1919 vol 6-7
Letters of guardianship 1842-1913 vol 1-4
Orders 1892-1910 vol 1; Sales 1839-1877 1882-1906 vol 1, 3; Sales 1899-1927 vol 4
Will index 1809-1900 vol 1; Will index 1809-1905 vol 1-3
Wills 1809-1847 vol A-C; Wills 1809-1870 vol 1-2; Wills 1831-1839 vol B; Wills 1831-1839 vol C; Wills 1839-1854 vol 1-2; Wills 1854-1864 vol 3; Wills 1864-1875 vol 4-5; Wills 1875-1879 vol 6; Wills 1879-1883 vol 7; Wills 1883-1887 vol 8; Wills 1887-1890 vol 9; Wills 1890-1894 vol 10; Wills 1894-1906 vol A-B; Wills 1895-1905 vol 11; Wills 1900-1920 vol B-D; Wills 1904-1919 vol 12-13; Wills 1913-1919 vol 13
Wills and administrations 1879-1892 vol 1-2; Wills and administrations 1890-1909 vol 3-4; Wills and administrations 1909-1916 vol 5
Time-saving Tip: Estate index 1800-1900 (in the list above) seems to serve as an index for a variety of records in the Franklin County Courthouse, i.e., Letters of Administration, Dower Records, guardianships and more, through about 1936. The set of 452 images consists of three separate quasi-chronological alphabetical indexes. You may need to check all three:
1st index: "Index to Estate Files" or "Early 1800 Register" begins with image 3 of 452
2nd index: "Index to Files, First Book" begins with image 39 of 452
3rd index: "Index to Files, Second Book" begins with image 251 of 452

Probate Records on Microfilm
The probate records described above may also be on microfilms like these:
1809–1905 Wills and index
1839–1927 Probate records; including daybook, decrees, guardianships, letters, orders, sales, and bonds.

Online Probate Indexes

Repositories[edit | edit source]

Cornell University. New York Historical Resources Center, Guide to Historical Resources in Essex County, New York Repositories. ([Ithaca, New York]: New York Historical Resources Center, Olin Library, Cornell University, 1987). At various libraries (WorldCat); FHL Book 974.755 A3g. Includes index. Includes references to some family histories and genealogies.

Archives, Libraries and Museums[edit | edit source]

Clinton Essex Franklin Library Systemconsists of 34 public libraries in the counties of Clinton, Essex, and Franklin. Each library has access to genealogical databases - especially newspaper sites. Many are accessible with your library card from home. A list of the libraries in this system and their website and contact information is found here.

Akwesasne Library and Cultural Center
321 St. Rt. 37
Hogansburg, NY 13655
Fax: 518-358-2649
Phone: 518-358-2240
Has a large Native American collection which contains information on native people throughout the United States and Canada, has local history books and newspapers and a large collection of photographs.

Chateaugay Memorial Library
4 John Street
P.O. Box 10
Chateaugay, NY 12920
Phone: 518-497-0400 Has the records of Chateaugay from 1881–1995 on microfilm, scrapbooks, pamphlets, clippings, archival records, pictures, and cemetery records.

Chateaugay Historical Society
191 East Main Street
P.O. Box 123
Chateaugay, NY 12920
Phone: 518-497-6685
Open April to October on Wednesdays and Saturdays Has local church vitals, cemetery listings, family genealogies, historical photographs and documents relating to town history.

Franklin County Historical and Museum Society
51 Milwaukee Street
P.O. Box 388
Malone, New York 12953
Phone: 518-483-2750
Donation requested of $10 per visit
Collection includes: Cemetery information, census records, town directories and phone books, family folders with individual genealogies, obituaries, pre-1900 newspapers, school yearbooks, town and county histories, early assessment rolls, and vital records.

Saranac Lake Free Library
109 Main Street
Saranac Lake, NY 12983
Phone: 518-891-4190
Has federal data for Essex, Franklin, Clinton, and St. Lawrence counties for 1850-1920. Also has state census data for 1855-1925. The Adirondack Research Center is found in the basement of the library. It houses many Adirondack historical materials, including books of cemetery inscriptions for southern Franklin County. One microfilm reader is available. Some church records and an obituary index for the Tri-Lakes area.

County Historian's Office[edit | edit source]

Franklin County Historian
Franklin County Historical Society
51 Milwaukee Street, PO Box 388
Malone, NY 12953
Phone: 518-483-2750

The County Historian may provide access to obituaries, vital records, church records, maps, and family files or journals. Some historians provide search services for their office records and others may refer you to local genealogists who research in the area. The Historical Society collections: 16th Regiment Civil War Papers, Adirondack history, Cemetery information, Census records, Town Directories and Phone Books, Early assessment rolls, Family folders with individual genealogies, Published/Bound Genealogies, Rep. Clarence Kilburn papers – 48 linear feet, Maps, Obituaries, Pre-1900 newspapers, Scrapbooks, School yearbooks, Town and county histories, and Vital records. See online information.

Courthouses[edit | edit source]

The Franklin County Clerk's office has marriage, divorce and court records. The Surrogate Court has probate records. For further information about where the records for Franklin County are held, see the Franklin County Courthouse page.

Volunteers at the Franklin County Historical and Museum Society may perform deed research at the Franklin County Courthouse by request for a small donation. See listing under Societies.

Family History Centers[edit | edit source]

Family History Center and Affiliate Library Locator map - search for local Family History Centers or Affiliate Libraries

  • Family History Centers provide one-on-one assistance, free access to center-only databases, and to premium genealogical websites.
  • FamilySearch Affiliate Libraries have access to most center-only databases, but may not always have full services normally provided by a family history center.

Local Centers and Affiliate Libraries

Societies[edit | edit source]

Franklin County Historical and Museum Society
P.O. Box 388
51 Milwaukee Street
Malone, NY 12953-0388
(518) 483-2750
For genealogy questions, email:

The Adirondack Genealogical – Historical Society - they have an obituary database extracted from the Adirondack Daily Enterprise and will search for you by phone. They also have some church records, census records on Franklin and surrounding counties, local directories, and cemetery information up to 2000. Phone: 518-891-0807.

Central New York Genealogical Society[8]
Box 104, Calvin Station
Syracuse, New York 13205

Member queries; surname research list; online resources; six meetings/year; publication: Tree Talks (At various libraries (WorldCat); FHL Book 974.7 B2t) quarterly with annual index.
Counties served: Albany, Allegany, Broome, Cattaraugus, Cayuga, Chautauqua, Chemung, Chenango, Clinton, Columbia, Cortland, Delaware, Erie, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Genesee, Greene, Hamilton, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Livingston, Madison, Monroe, Montgomery, Niagara, Oneida, Onondaga, Ontario, Orange, Oreleans, Oswego, Otsego, Rensselaer, St. Lawrence, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben, Tioga, Tompkins, Washington, Wayne, Warren, Wyoming, and Yates.

Social Groups Online[edit | edit source]

Taxation[edit | edit source]

Town Records[edit source]

Town records in New York may include early births, marriages, deaths, divorces, local histories, selected military records, and town meeting minutes. Vital records from 1880/1882 are kept by town and village clerks, although some (Kent’s and Putnam Valley’s) are available in the County Historian’s Office. For further details, try the links to individual town Wiki pages found in Places. See also:

  • Gordon L. Remington, New York Towns, Villages, and Cities: A Guide to Genealogical Sources (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2002). NEHGS online edition; At various libraries (WorldCat); FHL Book 974.7 D27r. Alphabetical list including date founded, if a town history exists, church and cemetery sources, and if a Civil War register (TCR) exists.

Vital Records[edit | edit source]

Vital records of birth, marriage or death were first recorded at the local level in the village clerk, town clerk, or city clerk’s ledger book. If you know where a birth, marriage or death took place, a copy of the certificate or record may be obtained by writing to the town, village or city clerk. See also How to order New York Vital Records or order electronically online.

See the heading Places on this wiki page for links to local community wiki pages and their available records. See New York Vital Records for a discussion about beginning dates and availability of vital records in New York.

Use substitute records for birth, marriage, and death information. These substitute records include Bible Records, Cemeteries, Church Records, Newspapers, and Probate Records.

  • 1842-2007 NYS Historic Newspapers. Includes Akwesasne Indian Time (1982-2002), Chateaugay Journal & Chateaugay Record (1881-1995), Fort Covington Sun (1887-1987), Malone Farmer (1900-1936), Malone Franklin Gazette (1842-1899), Saranac Lake Adirondack Daily Enterprise (1948-2007), and Tupper Lake Herald and Free Press (1911-2005) - free.
Birth[edit | edit source]

Early births were recorded on the town level and the years vary by town. (List of towns) The New York State Department of Health (state level) began recording births in 1881. Births were not recorded on the county level.

Birth Substitutes

  • See Town Clerks' Registers of Men who Served in the Civil War in the Civil War section of Military for birth information.
Marriage[edit | edit source]

Early marriages were sometimes recorded on the town level and the years vary by town. In 1880, town clerks were to record the marriage and a copy was sent to the New York State Department of Health (state level). Town clerks continue to record marriages. The marriages in this county were recorded by the county clerk from 1908 until 1935.[9]

Marriage Substitutes

  • 1800–1855 New York Marriage Notices at Ancestry($); Index. This database is a collection of marriage notices published in newspapers around the state. Contains name of bride and groom, marriage date, marriage location, residence, and newspaper found in.
  • 1874-5 See Marriage Schedule information in the State Census section of Census for marriage information for 1874-5.
Divorce[edit | edit source]


All divorces were granted by the governor or legislature and were very rare.


All divorces were granted by the court of chancery. These records are found in the New York State Archives or for the New York City area at the New York County Clerk's office.These divorces were granted only on the grounds of adultery.


All divorces are handled by the county Supreme Court where the divorce was granted. Divorce files in New York are sealed for 100 years. Contact the County Clerk for information about divorce records.

Divorce judgment papers often include date and place of the marriage and the names and birthdates of any children. Local newspapers may publish notices of divorce actions.

Death[edit | edit source]

Early deaths were recorded on the town level and the years vary by town. (List of towns) The New York State Department of Health (state level) began recording deaths in 1881. Deaths were not recorded on the county level.

Death Indexes

Death Substitutes

  • 1849-50, 1859-60, 1869-70, 1879-80 See Mortality Schedule information in the State Census section of Census for death information.
  • See Town Clerks' Registers of Men Who Served in the Civil War in the Civil War section of Military for death information.

Additional Resources

Additional resources for Franklin County births, marriages and deaths may be found in the New York, Franklin– Vital Records topic page of the FamilySearch Catalog . Copies of books found in the FamilySearch Catalog may be found in WorldCat catalog and ordered from your local library through interlibrary loan. Explore how to search the FamilySearch Catalog and the WorldCat Online Catalog.

Voting Registers[edit | edit source]

Franklin County New York Places[edit | edit source]

Franklin County New York Genealogy Websites[edit | edit source]

Franklin County New York Genealogy References[edit | edit source]

  1. Wikipedia contributors, "Franklin, New York" in,_New_York accessed 19 Nov 2018
  2. Handybook for Genealogists: United States of America, 10th ed. (Draper, Utah: Everton Pub., 2002), Franklin County, New York. Page 488-493 At various libraries (WorldCat); FHL Book 973 D27e 2002; Alice Eichholz, ed. Ancestry’s Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources, Third ed. (Provo, Utah: Ancestry, 2004), 490-492.
  3. Handybook for Genealogists: United States of America, 10th ed. (Draper, Utah: Everton Pub., 2002), 489. At various libraries (WorldCat); FHL Book 973 D27e 2002.
  4. Wikipedia contributors, "Franklin County, New York," in "Wikipedia: the Free Encyclopedia,,_New_York, accessed 10 January 2020.
  5. Arlene Eakle, and Johni Cerni, The Source: A Guidebook of American Genealogy (Salt Lake City: Ancestry, 1984), 103. At various libraries (WorldCat); FHL Book 973 D27ts.
  6. Handybook, 847-61.
  7. Frederick Phisterer, New York in the War of the Rebellion, 3rd ed. (Albany, N.Y.: J. B. Lyon Company, 1912). Internet Archive digital copy; At various libraries (WorldCat); FHL Film 1486494-96; Fiche 6083559-64; Book 974.7 M2p.
  8. Central New York Genealogical Society at (accessed 10 July 2018).
  9. Handybook for Genealogists: United States of America, 10th ed. (Draper, Utah: Everton Pub., 2002), 488-493. At various libraries (WorldCat); FHL Book 973 D27e 2002.