Troy Cemetery Locations
People buried in these cemeteries and graveyards are listed alphabetically
by surname in Interments in Rensselaer County Cemeteries.
|B'nai Sholom Cemetery||Find A Grave||Located behind Elmwood Hill Cemetery.|
|Berith Sholom Cemetery||Find A Grave||See map at Find A Grave.|
|Beth Israel Bikur Cholim Cemetery||Chris Philippo||To the east side of New Mount Ida Cemetery, south of
Berith Sholom Cemetery.
|Beth Tephilah Cemetery||Find A Grave||See map at Find A Grave.|
|Chai Adam Cemetery||Chris Philippo||In the southwest corner of New Mount Ida Cemetery.|
|Elmwood Hill Cemetery||Find A Grave||51 Belle Ave.|
|Lansing Burial Ground||Chris Philippo||Was in Lansingburgh: moved to Oakwood Cemetery
(though the late Lansingburgh Historical Society's historian
Frances Broderick wrote that some graves remained).
|Lansingburgh Village Cemetery||Find A Grave||See map at Find A Grave.|
|Mount Ida Catholic Cemetery||Find A Grave|| This cemetery lacks its own sign to differentiate it from the
Old Mount Ida Cemetery. It constitutes the land on the east side
of Pawling Avenue that is south of where Balsam Ave. ends.
|Mount Ida Cemetery (also known as Old Mount Ida Cemetery,|
Old Troy Burial Ground or 3rd Burial Ground)
|Find A Grave||Located on Pawling Ave.|
|Nail Factory Cemetery (also known as The Sixth Ward Burying|
|Find A Grave||On the hillside west of Vandenburgh Ave.|
|New Mount Ida Cemetery||Find A Grave||On Pinewoods Ave.|
|Oakwood Cemetery||Find A Grave||Located at 50 101st St.|
|Old Catholic Cemetery (also known as Old Catholic Burying|
|Find A Grave||Located on 107th St. in Lansingburgh.|
|Old Ida Hill Cemetery at Cypress Street (defunct - also known as|
Original Mount Ida Cemetery)
|Find A Grave||Is/was located at the foot (south and southwest) of Cypress St.,
Birch St., Walnut St. and Hale (formerly Elm) St. The area was
bulldozed in September 1990. The bodies and headstones are
presumed to still be there.
|Rensselaer County Farm Cemetery (defunct - also known as|
County Farm Cemetery, County House Cemetery, House of
Industry Cemetery or Almshouse Cemetery)
|Find A Grave||Was located in the vicinity of Smart's Lower Pond.|
|Saint John's Cemetery||Find A Grave||See map at Find A Grave.|
|Saint Joseph's Cemetery||Find A Grave||See map at Find A Grave.|
|Saint Mary's Cemetery||Find A Grave||See map at Find A Grave.|
|Saint Nicholas Cemetery||Find A Grave||Located on Vandenburgh Ave. near Hudson Valley Community
|Saint Peter's Cemetery||Find A Grave||See map at Find A Grave.|
|Shaare Cephila Cemetery||Chris Philippo||To the east side of New Mount Ida Cemetery, south of Beth
Israel Bikur Cholim Cemetery.
|Temple Beth El Cemetery||Find A Grave||See map at Find A Grave.|
|Third Street Burial Ground (defunct)||Find A Grave||The remains in this cemetery were disinterred and buried in
Mount Ida and Oakwood cemeteries. All the remains found
in the plat now covered by the City Hall and the pavement
were removed to Oakwood Cemetery.
|Trinity Episcopal Church Cemetery||Find A Grave||See map at Find A Grave.|
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