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African Americans

Thomas Elkins

  • Contributed by Julie O’Connor

  • Phebe Hoag Jones

  • Contributed by Julie O’Connor

  • Stephen Meyers

  • David Ruggles: A Radical Black Abolitionist and the Underground Railroad in New York City
  • Stephen and Harriet Myers Residence-Albany, NY
  • Black past
  • Summer 2015: Abolitionism and The Underground Railroad
  • The Fight for Black Mobility: Traveling to Mid-Century Conventions
  • Frederick Douglass’ Paper
  • North Star Country: Upstate New York and the Crusade for African American Freedom

  • Arabella Chapman Miller

  • The Struggle for Education of Black Children in 19th Century Albany
  • The Arabella Chapman Project
  • Idealia A Utopia Dream or Resthaven
  • Rare African American family photo albums give glimpse of 19th century Albanya
  • U-M students uncover story behind 19th-century African-American ‘selfies’

  • James C. Matthews

  • Albany Rural Cemetery Facebook Post
  • A Democrat who condemned Islamic terror, defended marriage, lower taxes, gold backed currency, put down strikes, was against Federal welfare & acknowledged God -Pres. Grover Cleveland
  • James Campbell Matthews, Albany Law’s—and New York’s—First Black Law Graduate and Judge

  • Dianna Mingo

  • Contributed by Paula Lemire

  • Samuel Schuyler

  • Exploring the History of the Black Hudson River Schuylers
  • Captain Samuel Schuyler
  • Samuel Schuyler – Afro-American Riverboat Captain

  • Sibbie

  • Contributed by Paula Lemire

  • Harriet Alfrata Chapman Thompson

  • Contributed by Julie O’Connor

  • William Topp

  • Contributed by Julie O’Connor

  • Rosanna Vosburgh

  • Lemire, Paula. A Brief Look at Historic African-American Burials in Albany, New York. September 2015. Web. March 1, 2019.
  • Groft, Tammis K. et al. Hudson River Panorama. A Passage Through Time. Web. March 1, 2019.
  • Our History. “Ten Broeck Mansion." Web. March 1, 2019.

  • Catherine Mary Williams

  • Contributed by Julie O’Connor

  • Artists

    Charles Calverley

  • Little Ida 1869; carved 1881
  • GEORGE F. ELLIOTT DEAD.; A Leading Brooklyn Lawyer and Prominent in Republican Politics
  • Albany Rural Cemetery - Beyond The Graves. written by Paula Lemire

  • Samantha Littlefield Huntley

  • Luykas Groundhog's Columbia County History Adventures
  • Special Exhibition of Paintings by Samantha L. Huntley
  • Female Artistis in History Facebook Page
  • St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Marguerite Martyn Finds One Woman Who Can Paint Pictures Just as Cleverly as Any Man Can," November 28, 1909
  • United States Army Introduction
  • A Cluett Painting Comes Home

  • Lathrop Family Plot

  • Illustrators: Dorothy Pulis Lathrop
  • Contributed by Aaron Enfield
  • Contributed by Amy Lavine, Esq
  • Albany Institute for Art and History Archives.
  • Gertrude K. Lathrop Art Medals
  • Smithsonian American Art Museum Artists
  • AskART
  • Friends of Albany History
  • AskART

  • Erastus Dow Palmer

  • Erastus Dow Palmer Studio
  • American National Biography
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art Collection
  • The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans

  • Frances Starr

  • International Movie Database
  • Ruth Chatterton, Actress, Aviator, Author
  • National Portrait Library
  • Frances Starr "Movie Star" (Coffin)
  • The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 09 March 1941
  • Immortal Ephemera
  • International Movie Database

  • Alice Morgan Wright

  • The Morgan State House The Brownstone
  • She Inspires: Alice Morgan Wright
  • Alice Morgan Wright papers
  • Humane Society of the U.S. president Wayne Pacelle woos anti-gay evangelist
  • The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement
  • Supporting the underdog: feminism, animal rights and citizenship in the work of Alice Morgan Wright and Edith Goode, by Lynda Birke

  • Associations, Societies, Groups

    Albany Medical Center Aanotomical Gift Pprogram

  • A Final Gift: donating one’s body to science. The Evangelist, the official publication of the Diocese of Albany. October 20, 2016.
  • Munger Jr, Edward. Albany Medical College Anatomical Donors Memorial. New York State Funeral Directors Association, Inc. August 18, 2014.
  • O’Connell, JoAnn. Albany Medical College honors those who donated bodies. The Daily Gazette. August 18, 2015.
  • Smith, Michael P. Albany Medical College Anatomical Gift Program. 2019.

  • Arsenal Burial Ground

  • Albany Rural Cemetery - Beyond The Graves. written by Paula Lemire
  • History of the city of Watervliet, N.Y., 1630 to 1910
  • nscriptions from the grave stones in the cemetery on Eighth street, Watervliet, New York, adjoining the United States arsenal on the south west
  • The City of Troy and Its Vicinity
  • 1834 Erie Canal Watervliet
  • Finding your Past: Genealogical Gleanings with the Albany Grave Digger

  • Corning Foundation for Christian Work

  • Children’s Hospital. January 23, 2018. Friends of Albany History.
  • Children’s Hospital and the Good Samaritan Center. Grain, Once Scattered. Rambles of the History of St. Paul’s Church in the City of Albany. February 24. 2017.
  • Doane Stuart Timeline.
  • Grondahl, Paul, Albany County woman spent 50 years caring for most vulnerable infants and children. October 13, 2015. Times-Union.
  • Koren, John & William Alexander King. United States Department of Commerce and Labor Bureau of the Census. Special Reports. Benevolent Institutions 1904. Government Printing Office. Washington, D.C. 1905.
  • Reynolds, Cuyler. Albany Chronicles: A history of the city arranged chronologically from the earliest settlement to the present time. J.B. Lyons Company. Albany, NY. 1906.
  • The American Church Almanac and Year Book for 1897. Volume 1 Number 3.

  • Fairview Home for the Friendless

  • Kevin Franklin, Town of Colonie Historian. Personal Conversation. November 25, 2019.
  • Beck, Karen. History of our Desk. Bethlehem Historical Association Newsletter Spring 2016.
  • Harsha, David Addison, A.M. Noted Living Albanians, and State Officials: A Series of Biographical Sketches. Weed, Parson and Company. Albany, N.Y. 1891.
  • Benevolent Institutions 1904. Department of Commerce and Labor Bureau of the Census. Washington, D.C. 1905.
  • Grondahl, Paul. Humane Society’s roots in 19th century. Times-Union. June 24, 2015.
  • Hughes, Charles E. Commissioner of Health. Thirtieth Annual Report of the State Department of Health for the Year Ending December 31, 1909. Volume 1. J.B. Lyon Company. Albany, N.Y. 1910.
  • Crowe II, Kenneth C. Watervliet orphan’s home honored. Great-Grandson finds information, photos about home. Times-Union. September 14, 2014.

  • Home for Aged Men

  • Friends of Albany History
  • Village of Menands 50th Anniversary
  • What is haunting Menands Manor

  • Soldiers & Sailors Lot

  • Contributed and edited by Mark Bodnar
  • United Presbyterian Church

  • Adams, Carlyle. Old Albany Landmark Coming Down: Church erected here in 1801. Times-Union. 1862.
  • Bielinski, Stefan. Presbyterian Church. New York State Museum. July, 10, 2016.
  • Bielinski, Stefan. John Mc Donald. New York State Museum. July, 10, 2009.
  • First Presbyterian Church of Albany. Church Building
  • McClusky Blaynew, J. History of the First Presbyterian Church of Albany, NY, List of its officers and a Complete Catalogue of its members from its organization. Jenkins and Johnson. Albany, NY. 1877.

  • Albany House of Shelter

  • Friends of Albany History Facebook Page

  • D.D. Tompkins Engine Co.

  • Albany County New York Hall of Records.
  • Albany Fire Fighter’s Museum.
  • Daniel. D Tompkins (1774-1825). Biographical Directory of the United States Congress 1774 – Present. Retrieved October 19, 2019.
  • Lawrence, Susan C. Organizations of the Hospitals in the Department of Washington. Civil War Washington. Center for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln under a Creative Commons License. Retrieved October 19, 2019.
  • Landers, Jackson. In the Early 19th Century, Firefighters Fought Fires… and Each Other. September 27, 2016. Retrieved October 19, 2019.
  • Lucas, Dave. Fire Chief Warren Abriel Jr. on the history of the Albany Fire Department. WAMC. September 29, 2017. Retrieved October 19, 2019.
  • New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, 1861 – 1900. 7th Artillery A-B 743. Retrieved October 19, 2019
  • Spotsylvania Court House Spotsylvania. American Battlefield Trust. Retrieved October 19, 2019.

  • Authors & Publishers

    Matthew Bender

  • Lineage Book - National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol 49
  • The Publishers Weekly: Volume 97, Part 2

  • Matthew Bender Jr.

  • LexisNexis to cut 220 employees, close Matthew Bender office
  • Historical Sketch of the Albany Female Academy

  • Ann Elizabeth Schuyler Bleeker

  • Schuyler Mansion State Historic Site – New York State Parks, 32 Catherine Street, Albany, NY 12202
  • Ann Eliza Schuyler Bleecker—one of America’s First Female Poets
  • Executing Race: Early American Women's Narratives of Race, Society, and the Law
  • History of American Women
  • Dutch Reformed Church Burials
  • The Massacre at Schaghticoke, NY
  • Notable American Women, 1607-1950: A Biographical Dictionary, Volume 2
  • History of the Town of Schaghticoke

  • Charles Hoy Fort

  • Charles Fort, Chronicler of Unexplained Phenomena
  • Bad Archaeology
  • Charles Fort: His Life and Times
  • These Exalted Acres
  • New York Times Oct 18, 1925
  • New York Times Mar 28, 1926
  • New York Times, Mar 1, 1931
  • New York Times Apr 10, 1994

  • Joel Munsell

  • Bannister, Henry S. From Collector’s Library: Joel Munsell, Printer and Antiquarian in Albany, New York.
  • From the Collect om the Collector's Library: Joel Munsell, Printer and Antiquarian y: Joel Munsell, Printer and Antiquarian in Albany, New York
  • Joel Munsell (1808-1880): Printer, publisher and noted Albany chronicler

  • Frances Theodora Parsons

  • Wikimili
  • The Handbook of Private Schools, Volume 2
  • Journal of the Sierra College Natural History Museum

  • Phoebe Harris Phelps

  • Mothers on Trial: The Battle for Children and Custody
  • The Harvard Graduates' Magazine
  • The Papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, ed. Ann D. Gordon, et al. (Columbia, S.C.: Model Editions Partnership, 1999). Electronic version based on The Papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony (New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1997) Vol. 1, pp. 196-461. On the Web at Copyright 1997. Rutgers University Press. All rights reserved.

  • Alfred Billings Street

  • NYS Museum – Portrait photo

  • Business & Finance

    Henry Burden

  • Rolando, Victor R. "The Industrial Archeology of Henry Burden & Sons Ironworks in Southwestern Vermont", The Journal of Vermont Archaeology, Volume 8, 2007
  • Corning v. Burden, 56 U.S. 252 (1853)
  • History of Rensselaer Co., New York
  • Hudson Mohawk Industrial Gateway

  • Erastus Corning I

  • Wikipedia
  • Encyclopedia Britannica

  • Parker Corning

  • Wikipedia
  • Find A Grave
  • GovTrack

  • Charles Patterson Easton

  • Finally, an Albany High School
  • Proceedings of the Board of Public Instruction of the City of Albany, Volume 3
  • Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs:Easton
  • The Albany Lumber Trade: Its History and Extent
  • City School District of Albany
  • Friends of Albany History

  • Peter Kinnear

  • Landmarks of Albany County, New York
  • A Guide to the Saint Andrew’s Society Records
  • The Kinnears and their kin; a memorial volume of history, biography, and genealogy, with revolutionary and civil and Spanish war records; including manuscript of Rev. David Kinnear (1840)
  • Alabny Billard Balls
  • Bi-centennial History of Albany: History of the County of Albany, N.Y., from 1609 to 1886, Volume 2

  • Archibald McIntyre

  • These Exalted Acres
  • Wikipedia
  • Archibald McIntyre (1772-1858): State comptroller, owned large iron ore mine in Adirondacks

  • Andrew Meneely

  • Index to carillons and chimes by Meneely (Watervliet)
  • Genealogy of Hanks bellfounders
  • Index to carillons and chimes by Meneely (Troy)
  • A Ringing Endorsement for Preservation!
  • The Historical Marker Database

  • John Meyers

  • Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs: Myers
  • Find A Grave
  • Genealogies of the State of New York: A Record of the Achievements ..., Volume 2

  • Josiah Goodrich Root

  • The history of Cohoes, New York, from its earliest settlement to the present time"
  • Geni
  • Landmarks of Albany County, New York
  • Bi-centennial History of Albany: History of the County of Albany,from 1609 to 1886, Volume 2

  • John Henry VanAntwerp

  • Landmarks of Albany County
  • Blood, Collateral and Otherwise
  • Grain, Once Scattered: Rambles on the History of St. Paul's Church in the City of Albany

  • John Flack Winslow

  • Erastus Corning: Merchant and Financier, 1794–1872
  • John Flack Winslow and the USS Monitor: The Untold Story of the Union's Forgotten Benefactor
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Office of the President
  • These Exalted Acres
  • Winslow parcel
  • Hudson Valley Magzine

  • Civil War

  • The following 54 biographies, Baker through Van Alstyne, were authored and contributed by Mark Bodnar
  • Benjamin Franklin Baker

    Lewis Bennedict

    Richard Charles Bentley

    Samuel O. Berry, image retrieved from Fina A Grave, added by El Merlo

    Justus Wardwell Blanchard

    Reed L. Brown

    Michael K. Brown

    Howard C. Carroll

    Harrison Clark

    John Cochrane

    Stephen P. Corliss

    James Edwin Cross

    George Seward Dawson

    James L. Dempsey

    John M. Dempsey

    Henry L. Dempsey

    John Dickerman

    John DePeyster Douw

    Addison Farnsworth

    Joseph L. Follett

    Edward Frisby

    Henry Sanford Gansevoort

    Alfred Huestead

    Andrew B. Jones

    George S. Jupp

    Robert H. King

    Rufus Howard King

    Robert Dunlop Lathrop

    Therndon Ellery Lord

    Robert H. Moon

    John Arthur Morris

    Lewis O. Morris

    Andrew Jackson Morrison

    Robert Shaw Oliver

    Willaim Emmet Orr

    John Henry Patterson

    William henry Pohlman

    George W. Pratt

    Charles Elisha Pruyn

    John Rathbone

    Alexander Davidson Rice

    James Clay Rice

    Lyman G. Scriven

    John Titcomb Sprague

    Edward A. Springsteed

    William James Temple

    Jacob H. TenEyck

    Frederick Townsend

    Frederick L. Tremain

    Samual Oakley Vanderpool

    Adolph von Steinwehr

    James Williamson

    John Wilson

    William T. Wooley

    Thomas Jefferson Van Alstyne

    Bounty Jumpers

  • Contributed by Paula Lemire
  • Encyclopedia Britannica

  • Willard Glazier

  • Contributed and edited by Mark Bodnar
  • The Albany Normal School
  • Prabook
  • The Capture, the Prison Pen, and the Escape: Giving a Complete History of Prison Life in the South
  • Fina A Grave
  • UNKNOWN LABRADOR.; Capt. Willard Glazier and Small Party to Renew Explorations There.
  • Minnesota History: Controversy at the Mississippi's headwaters
  • Willard Worcester Glazier's Sister
  • Biography of Ward Glazier
  • Final A Grave Photo
  • Grondahl, Paul. “These Exalted Acres: Unlocking the Secrets of Albany Rural Cemetery.” Times Union. 2013.
  • Friends of Albany Rural Cemetery Newsletter, Volume 7, Issue 2, April 2002.
  • Glazier, Willard W. “The Capture, the Prison Pen and the Escape.” S.R. Gray, Albany, N.Y. 1865.

  • Douglas Lodge

  • Contributed by Paula Lemirewith assitance from Tyler Kattreinand Mark Bodnar
  • Clark, Rufus W., D.D. “The Heroes of Albany: Memorial of the Patriot-Martyrs of the City and County of Albany, Who Sacrificed Their Lives During the Late War in Defence of Our Nation, 1861-1865” pages 435-439. Albany, N.Y. S.R. Gray. 1866.
  • Civil War Unit Histories and Roster Information. New York State Military Museum and Veterans Research Center, Saratoga Springs, NY.

  • Charles Elliott Pease

  • Contributed and edited by Mark Bodnar
  • New York State Library
  • These Exalted Acres
  • Fina A Grave
  • Nash, Capt. Eugene Arus. “A History of the Forty-fourth Regiment, New York Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War, 1861-1865.” Two Volumes. Chicago. R. Donnelly & Sons Co. 1911.
  • Military, Medical and Pension Files. National Archives and Records Administration. Washington, D.C.
  • “Annual Report of the Attorney General of the State of New York for the Year 1900.” James B. Lyon, State Printer. 1901.
  • Photograph of Charles E. Pease. National Archives Reproduction Services. Washington D.C. Image cropped from group photo of Gen. Meade’s Staff circa 1864.

  • Independence Tour

  • Contributed by Paula Lemire and her blog Beyond the Graves
  • New York State Museum
  • Times Union
  • Museum of Fine Arts Boston
  • Wikipedia
  • New Netherland Institute
  • Fina A Grave
  • RevWarTalk American Revolutionary War History
  • Ten Broeck Mansion
  • New York State Library
  • Encyclopedia Britannica
  • Pinterest
  • Notables Tour


  • Almshouse Residents' Story Unearthed
  • Fort Orange Court Minutes 1652-1660

  • Chester A. Arthur

  • Madison Square Park
  • The Presidential $1 Coin Program
  • 2012 Presidential $1 Coins
  • These Exhaulted Acres

  • William Barnes

  • William Barnes Dies of Pneumonia
  • Find A Grave
  • The men of New York: a collection of biographies and portraits of citizens of the Empire State prominent in business, professional, social, and political life during the last decade of the nineteenth century
  • Eisenstadt, Peter R. (Syracuse University Press) (2005). The Encyclopedia of New York State. Binghamton, NY: Maple-Vail Book Manufacturing. ISBN 978-0-8156-0808-0.
  • Seeking the State Printing
  • United States Senate (1899). Congressional Record (1899). Volume 32. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.
  • United States Senate (1911). Congressional Record (1911). Volume 46, Part 3. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.
  • Grace Davis m. Wm. Barnes of Albany, NY; Jun 1888
  • Harvard College Class of 1888 Secretary’s Report
  • Grace Davis divorces William J. Barnes Jr., Albany, NY; Oct 1922
  • The Fourth Estate: A Weekly Newspaper for Advertisers and Newspaper Makers
  • Encyclopedia of New York

  • Harmanus Bleeker

  • Albany Guide Book
  • Albany, New York, House of Harmanus Bleecker
  • Jan Janse Bleecker
  • Genealogies of the State of New York: A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of a Commonwealth and the Founding of a Nation, Volume 2
  • Reviewed Work: Harmanus Bleecker. An Albany Dutchman 1779-1849 by Harriet Langdon Pruyn Rice
  • Saint Nicholas Society of the City of New York
  • Mr. Bleeker's Legacy
  • Laws of the State of New York
  • The Autobiography of Martin Van Buren
  • African Colonization. Proceedings, on the Formation of the New York State Colonization Society

  • Lizzie M. Calhoun

  • Pinterest
  • Lizzie M. Calhoun (1858-1877): Albany High student killed in cemetery carriage accident
  • These Exhaulted Acres

  • Erastus Corning II

  • Erastus Corning 2D, Albany Mayor Since '42, Dies
  • Landmarks: Corning Preserve opened river to grateful populace

  • Edward Cornelius Delavan

  • Final A Grave Memorial
  • Edward C. Delavan: Prohibitionist Leader
  • The Delavan House
  • Fina A Grave
  • Edward C. Delavan

  • John Alden Dix

  • Warren County Bicentennial Celebration 2013
  • New York State Hall of Governors
  • Home of former governor in registry
  • Chapman Museum
  • Encyclopedia Britannica
  • Pan-Anglican coming-of-age party
  • Logging Railroads of the Adirondacks

  • Blandina Bleeker Dudley

  • Women Computers at Dudley Observatory
  • Saratoga Patent
  • Catherine Elmendorf Bleecker
  • Bethlehem Digital History Project.
  • Last of ‘Bleecker Heirs’ dies in Albany
  • Blandina Dudley, plaintiff, agt. Rutger B. Miller, Junior, Blandina D. Miller, Catharine M. Crooke, William Crooke, Sarah B. Tibbits, Catharine Evans, Catharine Neilson, Mary Seymour, John B. Miller, George M. Tibbits, and the Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty of the City of Albany, defendants : summons and complaint.
  • Blandina Dudley, dec'd : in the matter of the proof of her last will and testament.
  • The Great Patroness: Blandia Dudley
  • Observatory Founders
  • Dudley Observatory
  • Early Railroads of New York

  • James Eights

  • James Eights
  • The reincarnation of James Eights, Antarctic Explorer.New York Almanack
  • Old English Church, Albany NY 1805 (C. 1850s) additionally depicted are Fort Frederick and Mayor Philip Van Rensselaer’s mansion.

  • James Hall

  • National Academy of Sciences
  • Encyclopedia Britannica
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Alumni Hall of Fame
  • New York State Museum
  • Cohoes Mastodon
  • Paleontological Research Institution
  • Dr. James Hall is Dead
  • Lincoln Park -- from beer, bricks and beavers

  • Andrew Hamilton

  • The World To-day
  • These Exalted Acres'
  • John Frances Brine -Capitol Story, Third Edition By C. R. Roseberry (1902–1990), Diana S. Waite
  • Exhaulted Acres
  • Contributed by Paula Lemire and her blog Beyond the Graves
  • New York State Men : Biographic Studies and Character Portraits
  • The Albany Law Journal: A Monthly Record of the Law and the Lawyers, Volumes 55-56

  • Catharine Hamilton

  • Albany Walks For Health
  • City Streets

  • James Family Plot

  • William James
  • Oh Those Fabulous James Boys!
  • Henry James, Sr. Writer, Thinker and Follower of Swedenborg's Teachings
  • Henry James's Rewriting of Minny Temple's Letters
  • Final A Grave Memeorial
  • Elizabeth Knapp

  • Contributed by Paula Lemirie

  • Dyer Lathrop

  • Final A Grave Memeorial
  • Lieutenant Joshua Hewes: A New England Pioneer, and Some of His Descendants, with Materials for a Genealogical History of Other Families of the Name, and a Sketch of Joseph Hewes, the Signer, Volume 1
  • Biographies of the Secretaries of State: Henry Clay (1777–1852)
  • New York State Library
  • Northern Rivers Family of Services

  • Daniel Manning

  • Daniel Manning Married
  • Pres. Grover Cleveland's Secretary of the Treasury Daniel Manning 1886 Autograph
  • Albany NY Evening Times, February 2, 1882 Death of Mrs. Daniel Manning

  • Dr. Alden March

  • Alden March Bioethics Institute
  • A cyclopedia of American medical biography, comprising the the Lives of Eminent Deceased Physicians and Surgeons from 1610 to 1910, Volume 1, Kelly, Howard A. (Howard Atwood), 1858-1943. Page 760-761
  • Facts about Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate
  • Albany Medical College Alumni Association
  • Hip Disease (Morbus Coxarius)

  • Jack Mcauliffe

  • Encyclopedia Britannica
  • The Cyber Boxing Zone Encyclopedia -- Lineal Champion

  • Mary McPherson

  • Contributed by Paula Lemire

  • Lydia Mott

  • Contributed by Paula Lemire

  • Thomas Olcott

  • Contributed and edited by Paula Lemire
  • Find A Grave Memeorial
  • Josiah Olcott and Deborah Worth, his wife. A record of their descendants and notes regarding their ancestors.
  • Fina A Grave Memorial
  • Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs

  • Stanford Mausoleum

  • Josiah Stanford, prosperous farmer, innkeeper, estate-builder

  • Kate Stoneman

  • Find A Grave Memeorial
  • Albany Law School
  • 17th Annual Kate Stoneman Day
  • Kate Stoneman Award Winners & Lectures
  • National Women’s Hall of Fame
  • 20th Annual Kate Stoneman Day

  • David Strain

  • Contributed by Paula Lemire and her blog Beyond the Graves
  • Friends of Albany History
  • Medicines To Fight White Plague Are Losing Their Punch

  • Guilbert M. Tucker Jr.

  • Gilbert M. Tucker Jr. (1880-1968): Titanic survivor
  • RMS Titanic facts, history and passenger and crew biography
  • Common Ground U.S.A.
  • Who's who in New York City and State, Volume 6
  • Margaret Bechstein Hays & The Kidnapped "Titanic Orphans"

  • Pillars In Scoiety

    Mary Margaretta Fryer Manning

  • The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
  • Find A Grave Memeorial

  • Mary Arthur McElroy

  • Sibley, Katherine A.S., and Benjamin T. Arrington. A Companion to First Ladies. Wiley Blackwell. West Sussex. 2016.
  • Our White House Looking In Looking Out
  • Academic
  • Mary McElroy - The First Lady of President Chester Arthur
  • America’s First Ladies, #21 — Mary Arthur McElroy
  • The White House Historical Association
  • Women in American History, By Mrs. John A. Logan, Published by The Perry-Nalle Publishing Company, Wilmington, Delaware, 1912.
  • Part of the American History & Genealogy Project
  • University of Verginia Miller Center
  • Howell, George Rodgers. Bi-Centennial History of Albany: History of the County of Albany Volume 2
  • Bi-centennial History of Albany, History of the County of Albany, N.Y., from 1609 to 1886
  • Not Every First Lady Has Been Married to the President

  • Sarah C. Mink

  • Bodnar, Mark. Sarah C. Mink, National President, Women’s Relief Corp. Albany Rural Cemetery Newsletter, Summer 2019.
  • Simmerson Cunningham Logan, Mary. Part Taken by Women in American History. 1912
  • The National Woman's Relief Corps(WRC)
  • WRC Postcard
  • Old Fulton New York Post Cards Support Forum