Onondaga County poorhouse ledger and Onondaga County hospital ledgers, 1827-1962

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Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1995
12 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of original ledgers at the town hall, Onondaga, New York.

Includes town, date, name, age, admission and discharge, nativity, cause of pauperism, charges per inmate, deaths and transfers, pauper children bound out, their ages and to whom bound, and other reports. Birth records include baby number, name, date of birth, sex, alive or stillborn, sex, legimacy; and parents' name, nativity, occupation, nativity, age, color and number of other children. Death records include number and name of corpse, date of death and burial, relative's name and residence, and who claimed body.

Onondaga County poorhouse, located on Onondaga Hill four miles from Syracuse opened for the reception of paupers, December 17, 1827.

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