Livingston Co

New York

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Nunda Village Clerk's Office
Nunda Veterans Related Material
Survey by Nunda Veterans Project Team Fall of 2002

Contact Information:

Nunda Village Clerk's Office
Lori Gray, Village Clerk
Nunda Government Center, 4 Massachusetts Str, Nunda NY 14517
Hours: 9 A.M. to Noon, 1-4:30 P.M., M-F

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Please note that these resources are available during regular hours with permission. Access to some materials is limited by law. There may be additional materials. If researchers know of other materials relating to Nunda Area Veterans found at the Village Clerk's Office, please let us know.

Official Records: The Village Clerk maintains birth, marriage, and death records for the Village of Nunda. These must have taken place within the Village to be recorded. These records may contain information on specific veterans. State Law limits access to these records, please contact the Village Clerk's Office for more information.

Other Resources: The Clerk maintains file folders with assorted materials relating to the Village. Many of these have been donations from Village residents.

Oakwood Cemetery Association Records: Mrs. Walker also keeps the official records for the Cemetery Association. These are separate from the Nunda Village Records. The records are in chronological order from 1900 to present day. Earlier records consists of gravestone inscriptions. The information includes date of death, age, cause, location of grave, and whether the individual was a veteran. Please note that microfilm copies of some of these records are available at Bell Memorial Library.


Nunda Area Veterans Project

A Keshequa Middle School Social Studies Activity
Keshequa Central School, Nunda NY


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