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Albany County is located in the eastern region of the state of New York, and it is one of the oldest counties in the state. The county was formed in 1683, and it is named after the Duke of Albany, who later became King James II of England. Albany County has a rich history and is home to many historical landmarks, including the state capital building and the Albany Rural Cemetery.

Cemetery records published here were acquired from Albany County, NY cemeteries, churches, municipalities, associations and genealogists specifically for family history and local history research.

These records can be incredibly useful for Albany County genealogical research, as they can provide information about ancestors and their families. Researchers can use cemetery records to learn about the lives and deaths of their ancestors, as well as to locate graves and visit them in person. The records can also provide valuable information about burial practices and customs in the past.

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