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It is important to note that these births did not have the childs name.
If you are looking for a birth, you must know the parent's name.
In addition, as pages became filled, the entries were continued elsewhere in the book wherever room could be found.
There were also additional entries made in later years when the City was issuing delayed birth certificates.
The records can be searched by the Erie County Historical Society and by the Erie Society for Genealogical Research and the information abstracted for individuals.
We have available to research 18 ledgers and approximately 1000 loose papers. The paper is very old, very worn, and very fragile.
There are approximately 200 birth reports from St Vincents Hospital from that time period which were sent by the hospital to the City to register those births.
These papers typically list date, parents' names, date of birth, address, color, sex, nativity of the father, nativity of the mother, born dead or alive or viable, and a physician's signature.
Most of these were baptismal certificates of statements from churches attesting to what they found in church records.These volumes list cases of typhoid fever, tuberculosis, smallpox and meningitis in the City for the time period.The information typically found is date, name of patient, age, sex, nativity, residence, ward, name of disease, name of physician, occupation, and result. There is one volume of "Register of Teachers Certificates.If you are looking for a topic not listed or wish to discuss how we can fit your needs, please contact us by phone at (814) 455-9414 and ask to speak with the Prevention Ed Department and we will schedule at your convenience.
From 1888 through 1905, the State instructed local governments to keep track of births and deaths in their areas of jurisdiction.For many years genealogy researchers have been lamenting the fact that these records for the City of Erie have been virtually unavailable.