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Naturalization records, 1792-1906; index, 1792-1906 (New York, New York)

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1974-1976
2167 microfilm reels ; 16 and 35 mm.

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New York, County Naturalization Records are available online, click here.

Microfilm of original records in the New York County Courthouse, New York.

Supreme Court records prior to 1869 incomplete; no Supreme Court records for 1869-1895.

Indexes and contains the records for New York County Court of Common Pleas (formerly Mayors court), 1792-1895; New York County Superior Court, 1828-1895; and New York County Supreme Court, 1868, 1896-1906.

To locate the desired petition, the person's name, name of court, bundle number and record number must be obtained from the index. The petitions are arranged by court, then by bundle number, and then by record number. Each record number represents one person's petition. Petition is followed by declaration of intention in some cases.

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