Emeline Smith Hicks (1816-1903) Oakwood Cemetery section F lot 142 grave 2 MARRIED, In Ghent, Columbia County, on the 1st instant, by the Rev. Mr. Lester, Mr. Martin W. Hicks, of Troy, to Miss Emeline Smith, of the former place…. Continue Reading →
If circumstances were wanted to furnish proof of the littleness of Troy, it can be found in the fact that its citizens got a law passed by the last legislature allowing them to tax the county to raise their Recorder’s… Continue Reading →
Caroline Gilkey Rogers was a suffragist who lived in Lansingburgh; for some more information about her beyond the below, see “A New Historical Marker for Lansingburgh!” The Courier. March 2017. 4. http://lansingburghhistoricalsociety.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/LHS-courier-March-2017.pdf A SPINSTER FOR GOVERNOR. — LINDA GILBERT NOMINATED… Continue Reading →
AUTOMOBILE SUNDAY. — Unusual Service Planned by Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church. Automobile Sunday will be observed next Sunday at the First Presbyterian Church [now http://www.cornerstoneccl.org ]. All members of the congregation who owns cars will drive them to… Continue Reading →
—Last evening a horse driven by Bedford Perry became frightened by an automobile and ran away. At [One Hundred] Twentieth Street and Fifth Avenue the carriage was overturned and the occupant thrown out without being injured. The horse was captured… Continue Reading →
Another Troy Times art section photo of a Lansingburgh home circa 1907.