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Podiatrist Register, 1895-1951
Series 2
2 v. Arranged chronologically. View online index.

Registration certificates filed with the County Clerk. Each entry includes name, birthplace, address and license number.

Practical Nurses Register, 1938-1946
Series 81
2 v. Arranged chronologically. View online index.

Certificates filed with the County Clerk. Each entry includes the name of the nurse, place of residence, date and place of birth, license date and number.

Professional Engineers Register, 1947-1951
Series 82
1 v. Arranged chronologically. View online index.

Certificates filed with County Clerk. Each entry includes the name of the engineer, residence, business address, date and place of birth, license date and number.

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Register's Office Maps Index, c.1766-1869
Series 138
1 v. Arranged geographically.

Index to maps filed in what is now the County Clerk's office. Each entry includes the map number, title, date, date of filing, owner of the land, and surveyor who drew the map. The maps indexed in this volume, and others not included here, are indexed in an Archives’ in-house database.

Related records: Series 129, Map Indexes, 1800-1928; Series 182, Map Indexes by Town, 1800-1928.

Religious Societies Incorporations, 1784-1909
Series 78
3 v. Arranged chronologically. Index in each volume.

Certificates of Incorporation for churches and other religious organizations. Includes names of founding members or vestry.

Continued by: Series 45

Returns of Births, Marriages and Deaths, 1842, 1847-1848 (bulk 1847)
Series 272

51 items. Arranged alphabetically by town. Available online: Name index / Index by town

Reports filed by town clerks recording births, marriages, and deaths taking place in their jurisdiction during the year 1847. Also included is one report of lunacy for the town of Cortlandt for 1842. Information recorded includes dates of births, names of children and parents; dates of marriages, names and residences of spouses and marriage officiates; dates of death, age at death, name of descendants, and causes of death. All of the records have suffered water damage, mostly on the left and right hand sides of the records, although some of the documents have been damaged in the center of the page. The amount of information lost due to water damage varies from record to record, with some having a substantial amount of information (such as individual names) missing. Due to their fragile condition, originals are not available to the public. Scanned images have been made, and a last name index is available online, as is an index by town name.