Place:Saratoga, New York, United States

NameSaratoga
Alt namesSaratogasource: Getty Vocabulary Program
TypeCounty
Coordinates42.999908°N 73.850577°E
Located inNew York, United States     (1791 - )
See alsoAlbany, New York, United StatesParent county (source: Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990)
Contained Places
Cemetery
Abel Cemetery
Allen Cemetery
Allen Cemetery
Anderson Cemetery
Angell Cemetery
Antioch Cemetery
Armstrong Cemetery
Arnold Cemetery
Bacon Hill Cemetery
Bailey Cemetery
Baker Cemetery
Ballou Cemetery
Ballston Spa Village Cemetery
Bancroft Cemetery
Baptist Cemetery
Baptist Church Cemetery
Baptist Church Cemetery
Baptist Church Cemetery
Barhyte Cemetery
Barkersville Cemetery
Barrett Cemetery
Barrett Cemetery
Barrus Cemetery
Batchellerville Cemetery
Bemis Heights Cemetery
Bennett Cemetery
Beth El Cemetery
Big Bend Cemetery
Bitely Cemetery
Blackwood Cemetery
Bliss Road Cemetery
Boice Cemetery
Bowen Cemetery
Brick Church Cemetery
Briggs Cemetery
Brownville Cemetery
Bryan Cemetery
Burnt Hills Calvary Episcopal Church Cemetery
Caldwell Cemetery
Clarkville Cemetery
Cornell Cemetery
East Galway Cemetery
East Line Union Cemetery
Eddy Cemetery
Edwards Cemetery
Factory Village Cemetery
Fairmount Cemetery
Finch Cemetery
Frink Cemetery
Galway Village Cemetery
Gansevoort Cemetery
Greenridge Cemetery
Grenell Cemetery
Grenell Road Cemetery
Griswold Cemetery
Grooms Methodist Church Cemetery
Gurn Springs Cemetery
Hagedorn Cemetery
Hillside Cemetery
Hodges Cemetery
Hubbell Cemetery
Hudson View Cemetery
Hutchings Cemetery
James Brisbin Cemetery
John Eggleston Cemetery
Jonesville Cemetery
Laing Cemetery
Locust Grove Cemetery
Louden Cemetery
Malta Ridge Cemetery
Malta West Ridge Cemetery
Maplewood Cemetery
Maplewood Cemetery
McIntosh Cemetery
Middle Grove Cemetery
Middletown Cemetery
Millious Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery
Munger Cemetery
Munger Family Cemetery
Newtown Baptist Cemetery
North Milton Cemetery
Notre Dame Cemetery
Oakwood Cemetery
Partridge Cemetery
Pine Grove Cemetery
Prospect Hill Cemetery
Prosser Cemetery
Putnam Cemetery
Quaker Cemetery
Quaker Springs Cemetery
Ramsdill Cemetery
Saint Johns Cemetery
Saint Josephs Cemetery
Saint Marys Cemetery
Saint Marys Cemetery
Saint Marys Cemetery
Saint Marys Cemetery
Saint Marys Cemetery
Saint Marys Episcopal Cemetery
Saint Michaels Cemetery
Saint Pauls Cemetery
Saint Pauls Cemetery
Saint Peters Cemetery
Saint Peters Cemetery
Saratoga National Cemetery
Saxton Cemetery
Schuylerville North Broad Street Cemetery
Scott Cemetery
Smith Cemetery
South Milton Cemetery
South Wilton Cemetery
Southside Cemetery
Stillwater Union Cemetery
Sweetman Cemetery
Taylor Cemetery
Thompson Cemetery
Trask Cemetery
Union Cemetery
Victory Cemetery
Vischer Ferry Cemetery
Waterford Rural Cemetery
West Charlton Cemetery
West Crescent Cemetery
West Milton Cemetery
Yellow Meeting House Cemetery
Census-designated place
Lake Luzerne-Hadley
Former community
Bloodville
Hamlet
Allentown
Bacon Hill
Ballard Corners
Ballston Center
Ballston Lake
Barkersville
Batchellerville
Bemis Heights
Birchton
Blue Corners
Burgoyne
Burnt Hills
Callahans Corners
Cedar Bluffs
Charlton
Chatfield Corner
Clarks Corner
Clarkville
Clifton Park Center
Clifton Park Village
Conklingville
Coons
Coveville
Crescent
Day Center
Deans Corners
East Galway
East Line
Edinburg
Elnora
Factory Village
Fairweather Corners
Fayville
Fenimore
Fernwood
Flagler Corners
Fortsville
Francis Corners
Gansevoort
Gates
Glenwild
Grangerville
Green Corners
Greenfield Center
Greenfield
Grooms Corners
Gurn Spring
Hadley
Hagedorns Mills
Halfmoon Beach
Harmony Corners
Holbrook Corners
Jewell Corner
Jonesville
Ketchums Corners
Kings Station
Lake Desolation
Malta Ridge
Malta
Maltaville
Mannings Cove
Middle Grove
Milton Center
Mosherville
North Galway
North Greenfield
North Milton
Northumberland
Pages Corner
Parkis Mills
Porter Corners
Quaker Springs
Randall Corner
Rexford
Reynolds Corners
Riley Cove
Rock City Falls
Shaw Corners
Snake Hill
South Corinth
Tenantville
Travers Corners
Ushers
Vischer Ferry
Wayville
West Charlton
West Day
West Galway
West Milton
Whiteside Corners
Willow Glen
Inhabited place
Ballston Spa
Ballston
Charlton
Clifton Knolls
Clifton Park
Corinth (town)
Corinth
Country Knolls West
Country Knolls
Day
Edinburg (town)
Galway (town)
Galway
Greenfield (town)
Hadley (town)
Halfmoon
Komar Park
Malta (town)
Mechanicville
Milton
Moreau
North Ballston Spa
Northumberland (town)
Providence
Round Lake
Ruback Camp
Saratoga Lake
Saratoga Springs
Saratoga
Schuylerville
South Glens Falls
Stillwater (town)
Stillwater
Tucker Heights
Victory
Waterford (town)
Waterford
Wheeler Estates
Wilton
Yaddo
Locality
Armstrong Corners
Dimmick Corners
East Saratoga Junction
Eddy Corners
Fox Hill
Frink Corner
Garrison Manor
Gilbert Corners
Grays Corners
Halls Corner
Hyspot
Kimball Corners
Lake View
Long Corners
Maple Shade
Mount Pleasant
Newtown
Overlook
Palmer
Riverside
Scotch Church
Skinner Corners
South Galway Corner
South Greenfield
Starks Knob
Stillwater Junction
West Corners
Wiley Corners
source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
source: Family History Library Catalog


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Saratoga County is a county located in the U.S. state of New York. As of the 2010 census, the county's population was 219,607, representing a 9.5% increase from the 200,635 counted in 2000. Saratoga County is part of New York State's Capital District, referring to the Albany-Schenectady-Troy Metropolitan Statistical Area. The county seat is Ballston Spa. The name is a corruption of an Indian word "sah-rah-ka" or "Sarach-togue," that means "the hill beside the river."

Contents

History

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When counties were established in the Province of New York in 1683, the present Saratoga County was part of Albany County. This was an enormous county, including the northern part of New York State as well as all of the present State of Vermont and, in theory, extending westward to the Pacific Ocean. This county was reduced in size on July 3, 1766 by the creation of Cumberland County, and further on March 16, 1770 by the creation of Gloucester County, both containing territory now in Vermont.

Then, on March 12, 1772, Albany County was divided into the counties of Albany, Tryon (now Montgomery), and Charlotte (now Washington). From 1772 to 1786 Albany County included, besides the present territory of Albany County, all of the present Columbia, Rensselaer, Saratoga, and Schenectady counties, parts of the present Greene and Washington counties, and a piece of what is now southwestern Vermont.

In 1786, Albany County was reduced in size by the splitting off of Columbia County.

In 1791, Saratoga County (as well as Rensselaer County) was split off from Albany County.

During the nineteenth century, Saratoga County was an important industrial center. Its location 30 miles north of Albany on the Delaware and Hudson Railway and its proximity to water power from the Hudson River and Kayaderosseras Creek led to rapid industrial development beginning in 1810. Some of the most important industries were paper mills, tanneries, foundries, and textile mills.

Timeline

Date Event Source
1791 County formed Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1791 Land records recorded Source:Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources
1800 First census Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990
1800 No significant boundary changes after this year Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990

Population History

source: Source:Population of States and Counties of the United States: 1790-1990
Census Year Population
1800 24,564
1810 33,147
1820 36,052
1830 38,679
1840 40,553
1850 45,646
1860 51,729
1870 51,529
1880 55,156
1890 57,663
1900 61,089
1910 61,917
1920 60,029
1930 63,314
1940 65,606
1950 74,869
1960 89,096
1970 121,679
1980 153,759
1990 181,276

Research Tips

External links

  • Outstanding guide to Saratoga County family history and genealogy resources (FamilySearch Research Wiki). Birth, marriage, and death records, censuses, wills, deeds, county and town histories, cemeteries, churches, newspapers, libraries, and genealogical societies.
  • www.rootsweb.com/~nysarato/


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