Wyoming County, NY Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Records
The land that comprises modern day Wyoming County originally belonged to Genesee County until it was split from that one and formed into a new county in 1841. Wyoming is the 8th least populated county in New York State with only about 42,000 residents, and the county seat of Warsaw is similarly small with less than 4,000 residents. While the Office of the County Clerk handles a variety of records, such as court and property records, others such as birth, death, and marriage records are maintained at the individual town level. The town clerks for each respective village or town collect and preserve records for those events that occurred in each one. Birth and death records are sealed and not available for viewing by the general public until they reach 75 and 50 years of age, respectively. Prior to that, only those who meet state requirements may view and obtain copies.
Wyoming County Recorder Office - Birth, Death, Marriage & Divorce Records
143 N Main St, #104
Warsaw, NY 14569
Hours of Operation: 9AM-5PM EST
Real Estate: 585-786-8810
Recording Officer: County Clerk
Records Online: Real Estate, Deed, Lien, Judgment
Assessor Fax: 585-786-8827
Assessor Address: 143 N Main St #303
Wyoming County Marriage & Divorce Records - County Courts
Attica Village Court
9 Water Street
Attica, NY 14011
Wyoming County Birth & Death Records
About Wyoming County, New York
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