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Broome County, New York

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Please add profiles for those who were born, lived or died in Broome County, New York.

Official Website

The county was established in 1806 and was named for John Broome, Lt. Governor of New York at the time.

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Towns, Hamlets, Villages & Communities

Barker | Binghamton (County Seat) | Castle Creek | Center Lisle | Chenango | Chenango Bridge | Chenango Forks | Colesville | Conklin | Deposit | Dickinson | Endicott | Endwell | Fenton | Glen Aubrey | Glen Castle | Hawleyton | Hillcrest | Hydeville | Itaska | Johnson City | Kattelville | Kirkwood | Lisle | Maine | Nanticoke | Newmans Corners | Nimmonsburg | Nineveh | North Fenton | Pleasant Hill | Port Crane | Port Dickinson | Quinneville | Sanford | Summit Hill | Triangle | Union | Vestal | West Chenango | Whitney Point | Windsor | Wyman Corner

Links

Wikipedia

Broome County History

National Register of Historic Places

Genealogy Trails

Roots Web

New York Genealogical & Biographical Society

New York Genealogy - Broome County

RAOGK

Forebears.io

US Gen Web



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