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St. Agnes Cemetery
Menands, Albany County, New York

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St. Agnes Cemetery, Menands, NY

GPS: 42.702178, -73.728009

48 Cemetery Avenue
Menands, NY 12204

Published: February 19, 2020
Updated: March 11, 2022
Total records: 14,152

St. Agnes Cemetery is operated by Albany Diocesan Cemeteries of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany. The organization manages 18 Catholic cemeteries in New York's Capital District. The cemetery covers 108 acres.


St. Agnes Cemetery was established in 1867. Among the generations of Catholic faithful lie a governor, members of Congress, beloved clergy and religious brothers and sisters, captains of industry, and war heroes and veterans of every conflict since the War of 1812. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.

There are an estimated 25,000 to 30,000 burials in this cemetery. There are many unmarked graves.

Albany Diocesan Records

Records linked below were acquired from Albany Diocesan Cemeteries on February 18, 2020. These records came from their records database. Most of these records represent recent burials that were originally recorded into the Diocese's computer system. But also included are some records with dates of death dating as far back as 1853, as well as burials in unmarked graves.

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