Interested in local history (particularly of Oswego County) and genealogy?  Then you have come to the right place!

Our Library’s Genealogy Department includes the following genealogical materials:

  • Birth and marriage announcements and obituaries
  • Cemetery records
  • Census records
  • Local history books
  • Sketches

For inquiries or to make an appointment with our volunteer genealogist, Noreen (she is available Fridays from 12:30 am – 2:30 pm), please contact us via mail, phone, or email at:

Annie P. Ainsworth Memorial Library

P.O. Box 69

Sandy Creek, NY 13145

Phone: 315-387-3732

Email: ainsworth6064@gmail.com

Check out these other genealogy pages and links!

Ancestry

Trace your family’s roots for free! We have Ancestry available on all our public computers so discover your family’s history today!

FamilySearch

The FamilySearch Research Wiki provides numerous links on various genealogical records pertaining to Oswego County.

Fold 3 Database

Fold3 features premier collections of original military records. These records include the stories, photos, and personal documents of the men and women who served in the military. Many of the records come from the U.S. National archives, The National Archives of the U.K. and other international records.

New York Heritage Digital Collection

The New York Heritage Digital Collections provides free access to over 170 digital collections of historical and cultural materials held in libraries, museums, and archives across New York State.  These materials include diaries, letters, maps, newspapers, photographs, and much more. 

NYS Historic Newspapers

NYS Historic Newspapers offers free online access to numerous scanned New York State newspapers that are up to two hundred years old.

Old Fulton Postcards

Old Fulton NY Post Cards is a searchable database of historic newspapers published in New York State.  It also includes U.S. newspapers published outside of New York State and newspapers published in Canada.

Sandy Creek History Center

The Sandy Creek History Center website contains news and events, historical information, historic photographs, and much more on the Town and Village of Sandy Creek and on the Village of Lacona.