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From: "Diane Jacobs" <>
Subject: Re: [BKLYN] lds forms and NYC MUNY archives
Date: Sun, 20 Jun 2010 17:36:24 -0400
In-Reply-To: <e61bb54ee40f.4c1e60e0@optonline.net>

Years ago you had to be there by 9:30 to get a machine but now it is not
Really a problem! Get there when it opens as you will probably have lots
To find and use http://www.stevemorse.org to find what you are looking for
In vital records beforehand - this will save you hours of going though the
Indexes. Don't go on Friday as they close at lPM.

You pay $5 to use their machines and it is yours until closing time as
Long as you leave your papers at the desk and the machine turned on. If you
Want a copy of any birth, marriage or death record it will cost you $11 and
They make it right there and you pay when you are leaving. If you only want
The information on the record, then you just copy it down at no additional

The 7th floor has naturalization records and civil court cases. The 4th
Floor has wills and probate records.

Have fun!

Diane Jacobs
Somerset, NJ

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Subject: [BKLYN] lds forms and NYC MUNY archives

Thanks to all on this. It is good to know LDS formsĀ  are alive and well. I
just wonder how everyone has been able to find the link. To me it seems to
be hidden on Familysearch.org.On a similar matter, this newbie to NYC MUNY
is looking for some practical tips about a hopeful visit HereĀ  are some
queries:If arrive later than opening hour are there always station viewers
available?Is there internet or wifi available so can consult Ancestry tree
online?(see 1) If you leave to eat etc. Can you preserve your station?Any
other points of this nature?Thanks-TomTom

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