The Troy Cemeteries Page

This page was last updated 8 April 2012.

Welcome to the Troy Cemeteries Page. Here we bring together all the information we have so far on cemeteries in Troy. The information is by no means complete; this is very much a work in progress. If you have information about Troy cemeteries, we invite you to contribute it to this site, so that other researchers whose ancestors lived in Troy can share it. If you'd like to submit your transcriptions, you may place them right in the body of an email message and email them to me, Lin Van Buren.

Oakwood Cemetery
the 10th-largest cemetery in the USA;
to view the list of interments, click on the year below:

1851-1873* 1897 1898 Jan-July 1899 Aug-Dec 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903

* The 1851-1873 register contains over 4,000 interments, including dozens
of reinterments with death dates earlier than 1851, some more than 50 years earlier.

Other Troy Cemeteries
Elmwood Hill Cemetery in Troy
Some Burials at Oakwood Cemetery in Troy
Some Troy Tombstone Inscriptions by Loretta Nial, at Pat Connors's website
Troy Burial Records - a major transcription project now in progress
Old Lansingburgh Cemetery; also known as Troy Cemetery (1786-1899)
New Mount Ida Cemetery: HENDERSON gravestone
Old Mount Ida Cemetery; also known as the Old Troy Burial Ground (1815-1866)
Saint Joseph's Cemetery (partial listing)
Saint Joseph Cemetery (at Pat Connors's website, including photographs)
Schuyler Family Burial Ground - "formerly in Troy"
Trinity Episcopal Church Cemetery (1794-1912)
History of Troy Cemeteries



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