- Ancestry.com - Commercial website. An online family history resource. A paid subscription is required, but also offers a limited free trial.
Several New York repositories have formed a partnership with Ancestry.com to digitize family history records and make them available on line for free. The list of records available is located in the bottom left corner of the Ancestry.com New York web page. Descriptions of the records as well as the holding organizations are provided through the links and logos on the Ancestry.com New York web page. How do I sign-up? Free access to Ancestry.com New York is available to New York State residents. This access requires a free Ancestry.com New York account. Go to the New York State Archives Ancestry.com partnership web page to begin.
- Ancestry Library Edition Genealogy research tool that includes records from the United States Census; military records; court, land and probate records; vital and church records; directories; passenger lists and more. Note: This edition does not have all the features of the regular edition. See the article for information.
- FamilySearch - Historically known as the Genealogical Society of Utah, which was founded in 1894, is dedicated to preserving historical and genealogical records and helping people connect with their ancestors through easy access to historical records. FamilySearch works together with records custodians to help them provide timely, economic, secure, and broad access to their records while maintaining access control and identity. The collections of FamilySearch include documents such as civil registration records; church records; and probate, census, land, tax, and military records. The collection also contains compiled sources such as family histories, clan and lineage genealogies, oral pedigrees, and local histories.