This Saratoga County NYGenWeb Page is coordinated by Heritage Hunters of Saratoga County, NY; a society "dedicated to the study and preservation of genealogical and historical materials in and around Saratoga County, New York."
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Those readers responding to the recent publicity about the compilation of "American Participants at the Battles of Saratoga" may wish to go directly to that page at http://www.saratoganygenweb.com/sarapk.htm
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Volunteer members of Heritage Hunters' Genealogical Projects Committee are responsible for the collection and preparation of records, presentation of the material on these pages, maintenance of the site, and interaction with readers who may wish to communicate about the Saratoga County NYGenWeb site. If you have a question about the material that is presented here or need a little guidance in your research in Saratoga County, feel free to contact us BUT If your email service provides a screening system to deter spam, make sure to list my email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) as one that is safe from which to receive a reply email. If your email system sends an automated response to my answer such as "To control spam, I now allow incoming messages only from senders I have approved beforehand. If you would like to be added to my list of approved senders, please fill out the short request form" I won't do that and won't bother to try again to respond. "Beforehand" means for you to arrange it in anticipation of a reply.
We do not maintain lists of available paid researchers. The site coordinator does not have lists of projects just waiting for you to complete. Projects underway and contemplated are coordinated by
Joan Cady to avoid duplication of effort.
Lastly, please do not ask us to do your research for you. We are a small number and wish to dedicate our time and energy to adding more genealogical and historical data to this site.
Heritage Hunters annual History Faire is on Saturday, April 30, from 10 am to 2 pm at the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library, 475 Moe Road, Clifton Park. This is a golden opportunity for the entire family to meet historical figures, attend workshops, connect with local historians, participate in hands on activities, learn about local history and about the vast historical resources found at Saratoga County repositories, start your family genealogy, and visit with local history authors! Workshops offered by local historians include:
10:10-10:40 Dave Peck - The Journey of the Pecks from England to Saratoga County
10:45-11:15 Erica Burke – Canals and Upstate New York
11:20-11:50 Renee Moore – The Underground Railroad
12:00–12:30 Craig Hayner – Searching for Records in the County Clerk’s Office
12:40-1:10 Dave Hubbard – Secret Agents in Hoop Skirts
1:20-1:50 Ray O’Connor – She Called Him Raymond
Organizations participating include the DAR, Saratoga National Historical Park, Greenridge Cemetery, Tunison Funeral Home with exhibit of early embalming equipment, Friends of Grant Cottage, Wilton Heritage Society, Park-Bentley House, Underground Railroad, Saratoga Springs History Museum, Old Saratoga Historical Association, Brookside Museum, Crandall Library Folklore Center, Saratoga County Clerk’s Office, 4-H Shooting Sports Living History Program, Korean War Veterans, and Vietnam Veterans. John Penzer and Dave Bullard will be among those sharing history collections. For information call (518)587-2978 or e-mail email@example.com
Choose a category from the following list to continue your research in Saratoga County:
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A log of additions and revisions to files. Check when and which files have been updated recently or what new files have been added and where.
Saratoga County NYGenWeb Archives
The Archives, coordinated by W. David Samuelsen, has its own search engine. On that page's "Select Category" menu, choose "All categories" or a more limited search. There is also an email link on that page for submissions to the Archives, or better yet choose the correct form for the specific category of subject matter at http://www.genrecords.org/nyfiles/index.html
Instructions for how to subscribe, unsubscribe, and search/browse messages on the Saratoga County NY mailing list are on the page reached by this link. The NYSARATO-L mailing list is operated by Rootsweb.Ancestry.com
Saratoga County Location & History
Get the background facts. You'll find links to several online books, with complete texts and illustrations.
Where to Find Help in or About Saratoga County
Off-site resources for continuing your research.
Saratoga County Genealogical Datasets
Military lists, book indexes, transcriptions and other databased information.
Saratoga County Cemeteries
Links to more than 250 lists of Saratoga County cemetery gravestones inscriptions collected by dedicated contributors.
Saratoga County Census
Federal and New York State Census statistics and transcribed schedules.
Saratoga County Church Records
Transcriptions of membership lists, church business meetings, baptisms, marriages, and deaths.
Saratoga County's Historic Minorities
African-Americans, Loyalists and other rarely documented, though no less historic, residents.
Saratoga County Queries
Help other researchers if you have the information they need.
Saratoga County Surnames
Contact others researching the surnames you seek.
Saratoga County Vital Records
Transcriptions of Births, Deaths and Marriage Registers, Bible Records or other lists.
Family history data gleaned from scrapbooks, journals or diaries, plus tidbits that don't fit another category.
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This page was last updated on October 2, 2015.
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