This index of 19th and early 20th century records was created by Emigrant City. With each result, you will find a combination of the following facts:
Mortgager as supplied
Amount loaned as transcribed
Land / building value
The Emigrant Back was established in the 1850s to support New York’s Irish immigrant population. It later grew to become America’s seventh largest banking institute. About 10% of the records do not have a name, but only the name of the institution which banked with Emigrant Bank. For more information about the crowd-sourced project to transcribe the bank records visit Emigrant Bank’s website.