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These records were taken from the book “The History of Cohoes New York” by Arthur H Masten published in 1877 and contains death notices for male Cohoes residents who died between 1834 and 1876. These notices were extracted from several newspapers of the period, including th Cohoes Advertiser, The Cataract, the (Cohoes) Daily News, and The Troy Times. 

Cohoes Death Records 1834-1876

1 Abbott George L., Col. 50 September 19, 1862 In Newark, Licking Co., Ohio. Col. Abbott was one of the earliest citizens of Cohoes and a charter member of Cohoes Lodge, F. & A.M. He is remembered as a gentleman of quiet, unobtrusive manners and possessed of those genial qualities which render a man t 6
2 Abel James 54 May 15, 1852 4
3 Ackley Oscar L. February 20, 1864 Mr. A. was a member of the 115th Reg's N.Y. Vols. and was killed at the battle of Olustee, Fla. 7
4 Adams Henry, Dr. 70 July 6, 1857 Father of Hon. Chas. H. Adams. Dr. Adams was born in Coxsackie, N.Y. on July 6,1787, and had thus just completed on the day of his death, three score and ten. He made profession of religion under the ministry of the Rev. Dr. Livingston and was for many ye 4
5 Adams Chas. H., Hon. See: Adams, Henry, Dr. 4
6 Alden See: Frink, John Wesley 15
7 Alexander Benjamin M. 26 January 16,1873 12
8 Almy Joseph 36 November 4,1871 In San Francisco, Cal. 12
9 Archambault Joseph 40 April 6, 1876 15
10 Ardron Richard 59 May 18, 1875 14