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These records are housed at the Onondaga County Clerks Office in Syracuse.
Online Additional resources Additional resources for Onondaga County, New York Genealogy land records may be found in the Onondaga County, New York Genealogy – Land Records topic page of the Family Search Catalog . The original registers are at the New York State Archives in Albany, New York. Registers are available for: Camillus Probate records including original estates and wills for New York are held in the office of the county Surrogate Court beginning in 1787, or when the county was formed.
To access these records, click Historical Records below, then click "Browse through 1,630,900 images". Resources in Syracuse University Special Collections, George Arents Research Library -- v. Research service for remote patrons available for a fee. The Onondaga County Clerk's office has land, divorce, court, naturalizatoin miliatry and state census records. For further information about where the records for Onondaga County are held, see the Onondaga County Courthouse page.
([Ithaca, New York]: New York Historical Resources Center, Olin Library, Cornell University, 1985). Family History Centers (FHCs) are branches of the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah, and are located all over the world.Copies of records on microfilm and microfiche may be available for viewing at various Family History Centers. Microfilm copies are found at the Family History Library (FHL Film 1993401-37). Prior to 1787, most are housed at the New York State Archives.Copies of books found in the Family Search Catalog may be found in World Cat catalog and ordered from your local library through interlibrary loan. The registers include an index at the start of each town. See New York Probate Records for more information about using probate records.Both the Ancestry and Heritage Quest indices placed household from Manilus in neighboring Cicero. Census Mortality Schedules for New York, 1850-1880: Church records are good substitutes for birth, marriage, and death information and are most often found on a local city/town or county level.Corrected indices are free of charge from APHGA and are posted online. Published and manuscript church records can be found at public, university, and private libraries.