Heritage Quest Online (Library Card Bar Code Required)
A database consisting of the full text of local histories, family histories, and Federal Census indexes and images 1790-1910.
Providing Steele Library visitors with access to US census, military, court, land, probate records, passenger lists, Social Security Death Index, and much more. Note, this database can only be accessed at the Steele Memorial Library.
A wonderful web site dedicated to genealogy of Chemung County, Bradford County Pennsylvania, and Tioga County Pennsylvania.
Name index to deaths recorded by the Social Security Administration beginning in 1962. Current as of October 31, 2011.
This site is sponsored by the Church of Latter-Day Saints. It allows you to do customized searches that not only provide LDS records but websites matching your search term. Current Family Search has 1865, 1892, and a large portion of 1905 digitized and available for browsing and in the case of 1892 and part of 1905, searchable!
Here you will find the Elmira Morning Paper 1888-1921, the Elmira Star-Gazette 1891-1907, the Corning Newspaper 1847-1905 and 1917-1953, and the Waverly, NY newspaper 1907-1914.
A comprehensive locally produced genealogy site covering the entire Painted Hills Area of Western New York and Northwestern Pennsylvania. Including the Pennsylvania Counties of McKean and Potter plus the New York State Counties of Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, and Steuben.
A browsable list of burials in Steuben County from 1967-2003. You also have the opportunity to request a copy of the obituary. To use this resource, you will need to have Adobe Acrobat installed on your computer.
A collection of links to genealogical resources about Steuben County. This site includes links to census records, vital statistics, township histories and much more.
From the Italian Genealogy Group, this page provides access to a Naturalization Records, NYC Death and Marriage indexes for Kings, Queens, Bronx, Manhattan, and Richmond Counties.
A searchable database of immigration records, 1892-1924, from the famed port of entry to the United States.
A highly renowned genealogy site with surname archives.
The GenWeb site is organized by state and then you can browse by county.
An excellent clearing house of genealogical web sites.
VitalChek Network has an internet, voice and fax network setup to help people get a certified copy of a birth certificate, death certificate, marriage certificate and other vital records.
This site offers a wealth of information about New York State Historical Documents and Public Records. From this site you can search the holdings of not only the state library but the state archives, and a historical documents catalog records for more than 25,000 archives and manuscripts collections housed in most, but not all, New York repositories (libraries, historical societies, and other organizations with established archives).
This site provides information about obtaining military service records and family history records from the National Archives in Washington, D.C.
For no charge, volunteers from the Daughters of the American Revolution will conduct research to see if your ancestor fought in the Revolutionary War.
Created by Amy Starr Degnan, former Genealogical Librarian at the Steele Memorial Library, this page contains a list of resources for genealogical research in native american tribes throughout North America.