Find your Troy-area ancestors, Irish or not
List of 44 locations include lots of trivia on famous NYC buildings; Chrysler building, Empire State building, Grand Central Station, etc, plus fun places to eat, a couple of famous hotels as well as a description of the 2019 Holiday Department Store window displays....
On Sunday, Nov 10 at the Troy Public Library, hear Michael Barrett, Director of the Hudson Mohawk Industrial Gateway tell you the true story of Troy's Draft Riot of 1863. While the city of Troy was a bustling industrial center during the civil war period, the lives of...
The Troy Irish Genealogy Society (TIGS) is an organization whose main purpose is to collect, share, and preserve genealogy information. We are open to everyone; from people with ties to Troy or from anywhere with an interest in genealogy. You don’t need to live in Troy, or be of Irish descent, to join or get genealogy information from us.
The Troy Irish Genealogy Society strives to make genealogy information free to the public. We can only do this from donations, memberships, and volunteers who help us organize this information. If you feel this is a worthy cause; please consider a donation of your time or money.
TIGS was founded by a group of Irish descendants from Troy and the surrounding area, who met at the Irish Mist Restaurant on Second and Ida Streets in Troy NY on September 18, 2003. Before there was the Troy Irish Genealogy Society, many Troy area researchers were connected, at least by names, through the Rensselaer County Rootsweb mailing list.
View of Troy from Mount Ida