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Albany County, Wyoming Genealogy

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This article is about a southeastern Wyoming county. For other uses, see Albany.

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Albany County, Wyoming is in south-eastern Wyoming.

County Seat: Laramie

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County CourthouseEdit

525 Grand Avenue
County Courthouse
Laramie, WY 82070-3836

(307) 721-2508

The Albany County courthouse was designed by Wilbur Hitchcock and constructed 1831 - 1832.


Parent CountyEdit

1868 - Albany County was created 16 December 1868 from Laramie County of Dakota Territory. It became one of the five original counties of Wyoming Territory which included Laramie and Carter County, created in 1867; Carbon and Albany Counties created in 1868; and Uinta County.

County seat:  Laramie [1]

Boundary ChangesEdit

Record LossEdit


Populated PlacesEdit

Albany Cooper Lake Howell Red Buttes West Laramie
Binford Dale Creek Jelm Rock Creek (hist.) Wilcox
Bosler Deerwood Keystone Rock River Woods Landing
Buford Foxpark Laramie Sherman Wyocolo
Centennial Hatton Lookout The Buttes Wyoming
Collins (hist.) Hermosa Mountain Home Tie Siding

Neighboring CountiesEdit




LDS Ward and Branch Records

  • Laramie



Local HistoriesEdit






Vital RecordsEdit

1,064 marriages from 8 Jun1869 to 6 Jan 1900 are listed on the Western States Marriage Index.

Societies and LibrariesEdit

  • Albany Couny Genealogical Sociery
    P.O. Box 6163
    Laramie 82073
  • American Heritage Center
    University of Wroming
    Dept. 3924
    1000 East University Avenue
    Laramie, Wyoming 82061
    Telephone: (307)766-4114
    The American Heritage Center includes a manuscript collection about Wyoming and the American West, mining and more. They have a digital collection among which are many photos and documents as well as video and audio recordings.

Web SitesEdit


  1. The Handybook for Genealogists: United States of America,10th ed. (Draper, UT:Everton Publishers, 2002).