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New York City index to marriages in all boroughs, 1888-1937

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
New York, New York : New York City Department of Records and Information Services, 1989
12 microfilm reels ; 16 mm.


Marriage indexes for Manhattan 1908-1929, Brooklyn, 1908-1929, and Bronx, 1914-1917 are available online (as of May 2018)

Microfilm of records at Municipal Archives, New York City, New York.

Marriages reported in all five boroughs: Manhattan, August 1888-1937 (includes West Bronx, 1888-1897 and East Bronx, 1895-1897); Bronx, 1898-1937; Brooklyn, 1894-1937; Queens, 1898-1937; Staten Island, 1898-1937.

Listings of grooms 1888-1897 arranged by city, then by year, then by month, then alphabetically by name of groom, 1898-1937 arranged by borough, then alphabetically by name of groom in twelve separate monthly divisions.

Richmond Borough has been officially known as Staten Island since 1975.

Arranged in alphabetical order by surname of groom.

Includes name of groom, date of marriage and certificate number.

Some records are faint and hard to read.

Filming title board does not separate items.



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