Troy, New York

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Troy, New York
Map of New York highlighting Rensselaer County
Rensselaer County's location in the state of New York
Founded 1765
Seat Troy


Nail Factory Cemetery FHLC

New Mount Ida

Oakwood Cemetery Oakwood Cemetery in Troy is the 10th largest cemetery in the United States containing about 60,000 graves. Records from 1897-1903 have been transcribed so far.

  • Index to interments, books of interments, plot books FHLC

Old Lansingburgh Cemetery

Inscriptions from Lansingburgh Cemetery FHLC

Old Mount Ida Cemetery

  • Troy Burial Records Burial records for all people who died and were buried in Troy, New York 1833-1891 and 1919-1928.

Trinity Episcopal Church Cemetery

Catholic Cemeteries

  • St Peter’s Cemetery FHLC
  • St John’s Cemetery (518) 463-0134

Formerly the parish cemetery of St. Augustine Church, Lansingburgh Cemetery Road, Troy FHLC

  • St. Jean de Baptiste Cemetery

Formerly the parish cemetery of St. Jean de Baptiste, Troy 968 Spring Avenue Extension, Troy, NY 12180 Phone (518) 463-0134

  • St Mary’s Cemetery (518) 463-0134 FHLC
  • Saint Augustine's Catholic Cemetery, 25 115th Street, Troy, NY 92182 Phone (518) 235-3861‎

Saint Nicholas's Ukrainian Cemetery

The cemetery is located in Watervliet. This is the cemetery for the Saint Nicholas's Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Vandenburgh Ave., Troy, NY 12180 (518)-274-5482

Vital records, obituaries, and tombstone inscriptions in Troy newspapers FHLC

Vital records of Rensselaer County, New York-deaths, 1847-1851 FHLC

Cemetery inscriptions and epitaphs from Troy and elsewhere in Rensselaer County, New York FHLC

Church Records

Vital Records

The Troy government website offers advice on ordering birth and death records.


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