BASIC RESEARCH RESOURCES
Facilities Listings: societies and libraries (public and college), addresses, hours and types of resources
Newspapers: names, publication range, if microfilmed, microfilm repositories
Bibliography: important county books with full publication information
Townships: table of towns with brief history and name of current historian
Census: heads of families for 1800; chart showing growth of town populations, and splitting off of towns, from 1800 - 1892
Marriage Records: from newspapers or indexes from DAR records, spanning the late 18th century through the early 20th
Cemeteries: conveniently listed in table form, by township (24 towns); location, whether ever cataloged, computerized, and if a cemetery is active or not
Bible listings and obits contributed by site visitors, photo section, small but growing military section with regimental history, files on Native Americans, family reunion board, and....
the Miscellaneous Section, including Christ Church Deaths 1808 -1900, Inmates of the Home for Aged Men, Utica to 1892, Utica Magazine Marriages & Deaths 1827-1828, Vernon Presbyterian Baptisms 1812 - 1828, and more and similar!
Oneida's webmaster Kevin Miller deserves special recognition for his dedication in planning and carrying through month after month. For well over a year he has typed virtually every single item himself in his spare time, with the help of only one recent typing volunteer, Laura Perkins. Oneida GenWeb has grown and Kevin needs assistance to keep up the pace. Maybe you have experience typing on a computer or something new to add to the menu. Please think about it as you enjoy one of the Mohawk Valley's finest sites.