I found something very interesting in the Albany Public library. Kinship Books founded by Arthur C. M. Kelly published a quarter of quarterly journals containing transcriptions of local records for fifteen years. One I looked at contained vital records for a local county before 1889. Virtually all local records before 1889 have been destroyed. The journals were called The Capital, The Columbia, The Mohawk and The Saratoga. I don’t know the time period they were published. The one I reference was published in 1987. Sadly the Albany Public Library doesn’t even have all of the copies of The Capital. I have been researching 16 years and never heard of these books. There’s always something to learn. Kinship sells indexes to the queries published in the journals. You’d have to search for the original journals.