Allegany County Census
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Thanks to the hard work of a few people who are willing to share their work, we have transcribed a few of the census lists of the county on these pages. No guarantee is given for accuracy by the transcriber and this website is not responsible for errors. We are attempting to provide as much information as possible on volunteer basis of our County. ALWAYS VERIFY DATA YOURSELF!!! Please inform us of errors so we may correct if we have made them. If you have questions or comments please email me: Webmaster
Allegany County was formed in 1806 and the first federal census after that date was the first official census of the county in 1810. At the time of the census of 1810 there were only 5 Towns in the County of Allegany: Angelica, Alfred, Caneadea, Nunda, & Ossian. As the county developed and population began to grow the Towns began to change in names and boundaries. Only 3 of the original Town Names have survived as part of Allegany County, but, the other two Town Names are part of other counties. NUNDA was formed in 1808 by act of the NYS Legislature. NUNDA was annexed into Livingston County in 1846.
For further history information about Nunda, you might try the website: http://www.nundahistory.org OSSIAN was originally formed as taken from Town of Angelica in 1808. OSSIAN was annexed into Livingston County in 1857. For further history information about Ossian, you might try the website: http://history.rays-place.com/ny/liv-ossian.htm
Allegany County Clerk
Some of the records found
|Building Loans Agreements|
|Certificate of Assumed Business Names (DBA)|
|Release of Estate Tax Liens|
|Civil Court Records|
|Certificates of Partnership|
|Uniform Commercial Codes|
|Social Service Liens|
|Tax Delinquency - In Rem Proceedings|
|State Tax Warrants|
|Notice of Pendency|
1850, 1855, 1860, 1865, 1870, 1875, 1880, 1892, 1905, 1915 and 1925 . A Census Certificate may be obtained from the County Clerk. The fee is $5.00 per certificate.
The only marriage records which we have in this office are for the years 1908 to April 1935. Marriage records are kept in the Office of the Town Clerk of the town where the license is issued and also with the NYS Dept. of Health.
No alphabetical listing but the cases fall in order of their occurrence back to 1806.
These ledger books go back to 1806 and contain listings such as: Formations of some churches, listing Elders, Deacons, etc.: formation of many school districts with names, misc. legal appointments, misc. sales, Civil War soldier discharges, etc., etc. There are 18 volumes labeled Misc. A through R.
This office has no records of births or deaths. In New York State birth and death records are kept in the office of the Registrar of Vital Statistics of the village, town or city where the birth/death occurs and also in the New York State Dept. of Health, Office of Vital Records, Albany, New York 12237