Greene County, New York, in the early history of the State, was a part of
Ulster and Albany County. It was made a separate and distinct county in 1800.
Wills that were probated prior to 1800 may be found either at Kingston or
The accompanying work contains the Abstract of Wills from 1802 to 1900, being
copied from the records in the office of the Surrogate at Catskill, NY by RAY
C. SAWYER, Volume 1, 2 and 3 copied in 1933.
Researchers interested in obtaining the full surrogate records for the
period 1800 to 1920 should contact the Vedder
Museum, where they are stored. For surrogate records from 1921 to
the present day, contact the County
Court House in Catskill.