Genealogies of Long Island Families, 1600s-1800



These volumes are composed of articles originally appearing in The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, one of the foremost publishers of Long Island genealogies.

The three books contain references to approximately 60,000 individuals from the present-day Suffolk, Kings, and Queens counties and represents one of the largest existing collections of Long Island genealogies and records.


You can find:

  • Genealogies, censuses, newspaper notices, town records (including deaths and marriages in some cases).
  • Bible records, wills, and deeds.
  • Some genealogies go so far as to establish the English or Dutch origins of a family.