Albany County, New York Cemeteries
Albany County was created on November 1, 1683 by New York Governor Thomas Dongan, and later confirmed on October 1, 1691.
Albany County is populated with three cities, Albany, Cohoes, and Watervliet. There are also ten towns, Berne, Bethlehem, Coeymans, Colonie, Green Island, Guilderland, Knox, New Scotland, Rensselaerville, and Westerlo.
Additionally there are six villages within five towns. The town of Colonie has two villages, one also named Colonie and one named Menands. The town of Green Island is coterminous with the village of the same name. Ravena is within the town of Coeymans, Altamont in the town of Guilderland, and Voorheesville in the town of New Scotland.
All towns in Albany County were created from the town of Watervliet or from a town created from the town of Watervliet.
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- Albany Rural Cemetery, Albany
- Eagle Hill Cemetery, Eagle Hill
- Graceland Cemetery, Albany
- Fisher Family Burying Ground
- Grove Cemetery (Coeyman), Albany
- Guiderland Cemetery, Albany
- Hannacroix Rural Cemetery, Dormansville
- Holy Spirit Cemetery, Albany
- Memory Gardens Cemetery, Albany
- Mount Pleasant Cemetery, New Scotland
- Onderdonk Cemetery, Dormansville
- Onesquethaw Cemetery, New Scotland
- Our Lady of Angels Cemetery, Albany
- Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New Scotland
- Prospect Hill Cemetery, Guilderland
- Saint John Cemetery, Colonie
- Saint Matthew Cemetery, Albany
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