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Find People In Cities Like:

  • New York City
  • Buffalo
  • Rochester
  • Yonkers
  • Syracuse
  • Albany
  • New Rochelle
  • Mount Vernon
  • Schenectady
  • Utica
  • White Plains
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State of New York Total Population:
20 Million Residents

Capital City:

Largest Cities:
New York City: 8,537,673
Buffalo: 256,902
Rochester: 208,880

Bordering States:
Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont

About New York Public Records

The New York government agencies such as the local town council, town and city clerk's offices, courts, law enforcement, and other create, store, and maintain public records. The New York State has a Freedom of Information Law allows the general public access to public records. The records include books, written materials, designs, photos, manuals, drawings, microfilms, information on computers, records, tapes, statistical tabulations, maps, and other materials.

Most public records are available in the state but information about medical records, social welfare information, library records, tax returns, birth certificates, death certificates, and unpublished research and commercial data, juvenile criminal and court documents, can be blocked out.

A Short History Of New York

New York is one of the original 13 colonies. The Dutch first settled along the Hudson River in 1624. In 1626 they established the colony of New Amsterdam on Manhattan Island. In 1664, the English took control of the area and renamed it New York. New York played a crucial political and strategic role during the American Revolution.

Between 1892 and 1954, millions of immigrants arrived in New York Harbor and passed through Ellis Island on their journey to become U.S citizens. It is estimated that up to 40 percent of Americans can trace at least one ancestor to that port of entry. New York City, the largest city in the state, is home to the New York Stock Exchange and is a major international economic center.