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Alburgh, founded in 1781, was spelled Alburg from 1891 to 2006.
- Virtual Vermont Internet Magazine - Alburgh
Deeds in the Alburgh Town Clerk books can be found at FamilySearch.org in the Vermont, Town Clerk, Vital and Town Records, 1732-2005 database for Alburgh. Browse images, or use the index provided below, under Town Records.
History, Town of Alburgh, Vermont : An Account of The Discovery, Settlement, And Interesting And Remarkable Events; compiled by Allen L. Stratton. (North Hero, Vt.:1986-2000.)
Alburgh plat map of 1781 (traced in 1967) It is recommended to save the map to your computer, and rotate the view clockwise. The first concession (or range) is on the left.
Tax record 1806 from Vermont Town Records, Alburg, Grand Isle, vol. 4-6 1806
Vermont Town Records, Alburg, Grand Isle
The Vermont, Town Clerk, Vital and Town Records, 1732-2005 data base has not been indexed. These are links to take you to the images with indexes in the town books
Vol. 1-3, 1792-1824 Note: generally covers town records from June 1792 to January 1807.
Index to Vol 1, 1792-1801
Index to Vol 2, 1801-1803
Index to Vol 3, 1803-1806
Alburgh Town Office
Carol Cleland, Clerk-Treasurer
1 North Main Street
Alburgh, VT 05440
TEL: 796-3468 FAX: 796-3939
HRS: M-F 9-12 & 1-5
Societies and Libraries
Alburgh Historical Society, Inc.
Alburg Public Library, 165 Main Street, Alburgh, VT
Mailing Address: PO Box 453, Alburgh, VT 05440
Phone: (802) 796-4144 or (802) 796-3547
Contact: Christine Tepper, (802) 796-4144, or Lorraine Mumley, email@example.com or (802) 796-3547 Co-Presidents.
Alburgh Town Clerk, 1 North Main Street, Alburgh, VT 05440
Adjacent towns: Grand Isle Co.: Isle La Motte | North Hero | Franklin Co.: Highgate | Swanton | New York Clinton Co.: Champlain | Chazy | Quebec Le Haut-Richelieu: Lacolle | Noyan | Saint-Georges-de-Clarenceville
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