The Lansingburgh Historical Society (LHS) does not, by and large, have genealogical research files on specific people or families.
LHS does have some resources, or may be able to point to some, that may be of help to those doing genealogical research.
A list of LHS records on long-term loan to the Rensselaer County Historical Society (RCHS) that are publicly accessible in the RCHS library can be seen here: RCHS LHS manuscript collection. Lists of vertical files and books that are at the Melville House are in the process of being updated.
Frances Broderick Genealogy Collection
The late Frances D. Broderick of the Lansingburgh Historical Society did extensive genealogy research. Her files are available at the Manuscripts and Special Collections unit of the New York State Library in Albany (11th floor of the Cultural Education Building that houses the State Museum at the Empire State Plaza).
New York State Library’s Ancestry.com portal
From the NYSL’s website, it is possible for New Yorkers to access some of Ancestry.com’s databases for free:
Beginning with the Patent of Stone Arabia, residents generally would have had Dutch, English, or African ancestry. Others arriving later, in small numbers or in waves of immigration, have included:
In searching censuses, keep in mind that Lansingburgh was part of the Town of Rensselaerwyck from 1788 to 1791 (thus for the 1790 US Census) and then part of the Town of Troy from 1791 to 1807 (thus for the 1800 US Census).
FROM 1771 TO 1875.
[1819 – Town of Lansingburgh annexes area from Lansing’s Grove to Grant’s Hollow from Town of Schaghticoke]
[1836 – City of Troy annexes Batestown from Town of Lansingburgh]
From 1771 to 1815 the population is estimated. From 1820 it is the complete Town Census, and subject to a deduction.
Weise, A. J. History of Lansingburgh, N. Y. From the Year 1670 to 1877. Troy, NY: William H. Young, 1877. 39. https://archive.org/details/historyoflansing00weis
1880—— 7,759 [“Complete Returns of Rensselaer County.” Troy Daily Times. July 11, 1890: 3 col 6.]
1890——10,878 [“Complete Returns of Rensselaer County.” Troy Daily Times. July 11, 1890: 3 col 6.]
1892——11,048 [“Troy’s Size.” Troy Daily Times. May 1, 1900: 2 col 1.]
1900——12,595 [“The Census Returns.” Troy Daily Times. December 4, 1900: 2 col 5.]
1890 US Federal Census Town of Lansingburgh – Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, and Widows, Etc. https://web.archive.org/web/20160103162104/http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nyrensse/census28.htm
Cemeteries in or near Lansingburgh or with significant ties
Vital Statistic Records
Marriage Notices Appearing in Lansingburgh Newspapers 1787-1895 (at Troy Irish Genealogy Society website)
Death Notices Appearing in Lansingburgh Newspapers 1787-1895 (at Troy Irish Genealogy Society website)
The Troy Irish Genealogy Society, which does not limit itself to just Troy or just Irish, has many resources that could prove helpful.