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From: "Mignon Matthews" <>
Subject: Re: [NYGREENE] Where to write for Death Certificates in Greene Co.
Date: Sun, 28 Jun 2009 21:38:01 -0400
The best sources for death records in Greene County are the Town Clerks.
The charge is reasonable and turnaround much better than state; in fact,
surprisingly quick in some towns. I checked for you on our Greene County
website, and this is the record for the current Town Clerk in Hunter.
Town of Hunter
Town Clerk: Corinna Pascucci (term expires 12/31/2009)
Mailing Address: Town Hall, PO Box 70, Tannersville, NY 12485
Phone: (518) 589-6150 ext 311
Vital Records: Birth: 1869 to present
Death: 1880 to present
Marriage: 1880 to present
"Freedom is never given; it is won." A. Philip Randolph, 1937
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Sent: Sunday, June 28, 2009 12:12 PM
Subject: [NYGREENE] Where to write for Death Certificates in Greene Co.
>I have an ancestor by the name of John A. Cole who lived in Hunter NY.
> He died between 1900 and 1910 according to the census records. His
> widow Celesta Howard Cole continued to lived for a few more years then
> died and was buried in Hunter. For some reason I can't find his grave
> mentioned in the on line records.
> The question I have is where can I write for death records in Greene
> Co. rather than go through the process of contacting NY state. It
> takes months to get answers from the state. Is there a repository of
> death certificates in the county? Thank you Ira
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