I haven't gotten a NYC certificate in a long time.It will take me a day or two to find the right address.There are different addresses for different years.I'm pretty sure the form is online, but again, I'll have to find the address. It looks like Hollett and Angeline died in Jamaica, which has always been Queens.But even if she died in Lynbrook, in 1886, you're still in Queens. Nassau County was established in 1898, but anything from that decade is hard to find.I can tell you exactly where my husband's grandfather was born in 1895 - I could even show you the house in Lynbrook - but I can't find his birth certificate anywhere - not NY State, not Queens, not Nassau, not Lynbrook, not East Rockaway (he was born on the border called Near Rockaway at the time), or the Town of Hempstead!! Anyway, if you can find Angeline's death certificate, it should give both her parents' names (but not always) and possibly her mother's maiden name.That's why I recommend trying for that certificate first. Please feel free to email me at home firstname.lastname@example.org If I don't hear from you, I will post the NYC addresses as soon as I find them.