Keeseville, Clinton County, New York Genealogy
- Keeseville is a village split in two towns and two counties. Name for Richard Keese, the manufacturer living in the area. Was formerly named Anderson Falls.
Church History and Records
- The church record of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1843-1854 FHL Collection
- Seventy-fifth anniversary of the Methodist Episcopal Church: November, Nineteen Hundred and Two; Rev. Joel Webster Eaton, D. D., presiding elder, Rev. Thomas Oliver Grieves, preacher in charge FHL Collection
- Church of the Immaculate Conception, Keeseville, New York; St. Catherine of Sienna - Mission, Clintonville, New York, 1835 (marriages - births - deaths) FHL Collection
- Church of the Immaculate Conception, Church records, 1848-1915 FHL Collection
Marriages 1849-1881, 1881-1915
- St. Jean Baptiste de Keeseville, Church records, 1899-1915 FHL Collection
Sometimes the congregation was referred to as the "Congregation canadienne de Clintonville."
- St. Catherine of Sienna Church, Church records, 1899-1915 FHL Collection
First communion 1901-1912
- Parish St. John the Baptist FHL Collection ▲ FHL Collection
baptisms and burials, 1853-1880
- A collection of articles based on local history FHL Collection
- Marriage book of Wm. Putnam Rallson FHL Collection
William Rallson kept records of marriages for the following towns and years: Keeseville, 1873-1874; Essex, 1874-1875; Waterford, 1879-1880; Jonesville, 1880-1883, 1900-1902; Gloversville, 1883-1886; Mechanicville, 1886-1892; Salem, 1892-1896; Rupert, Vt., 1897; Brandon, Vt., 1898-1899; Vergennes, Vt. 1888-1892; Ferrisburg, Vt. 1888-1892; Schoharie, 1903-1904; Guilderland, 1905-1908; Richmondville, 1908-1912.
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