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Coordinates: 44°37′38″N 123°05′49″W / 44.6272449°N 123.0968800°W / 44.6272449; -123.0968800

United States Gotoarrow.png Oregon Gotoarrow.png Benton County Gotoarrow.png Albany
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City Hall

http://www.cityofalbany.net/

"City of Bridges"
333 Broadalbin Street
Albany, OR 97321

  • located in northwest corner of Linn County. northwest part of the city is across the river in Benton County.

Quick Facts

Wikipedia
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Founded in 1848 by Walter and Thomas Monteith, named after Albany, New York. Was also named Takenah, started in 1849, near Albany, and the legislature gave that name to both towns, but in 1855, the name Albany was restored by the legislature. The post office was established on Jan 8, 1850, with John Burkhart first postmaster, and the name was changed to New Albany on Nov. 4, 1850. At this point the record becomes confused. James P. Millar became postmaster on Jan. 3, 1852, on which date the name was changed back to Albany.

  • First settled in 1846 by Albert Hackleman from Iowa.

Resources

Archives and Libraries

Cemeteries

Central

  • Central cemetery, Franklin Butte Masonic Cemetery, Mayville Cemetery, and Knox Butte Cemetery FamilySearch Catalog

Knox Butte

  • Central cemetery, Franklin Butte Masonic Cemetery, Mayville Cemetery, and Knox Butte Cemetery FamilySearch Catalog

Riverside

St. John's

Church History and Records

Directories

  • Albany, Oregon, city directory: rural route directory, classified business directory FamilySearch Catalog

Genealogy

  • Old time Albany by Fred Nutting, the Albany Democrat-Herald, 8 Feb. 1935 to 14 May 1938: with index of names, index of businesses & organizations, locality index, subject index FamilySearch Catalog

History

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Maps

Vital Records

  • Record of deaths, 1915-1947
    Cover title: Oregon State Board of Health - Record of Births and Deaths - Register of Physicians, Midwives and Undertakers. FamilySearch Catalog

Societies, Libraries and Museums

Websites

References


 

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