Date of Charter ~ 23 February 1781

Other Towns, Villages, Hamlets:
 Alburg Center, Alburg Springs, East Alburg 
& South Alburg

   "Settlements commenced here by emigrants from Canada, in 1782. This town lies at the north-west corner of the State of New England . . .  The soil is good and finely timbered . . . The French made a small settlement here more than 100 years ago and erected a stone wind-mill upon a point, which has in consequence, received the name of Wind-mill Point.  The settlement of this township by the English, was commenced by emigrants from St. Johns in Lower Canada about the year 1782.  The settlers were originally from the States, but, being loyalists, they found it necessary, during the revolutionary war, to shelter themselves in Canada.  For some years after the settlement was commenced, they were much harassed and perplexed by the diversity of claimants to the lands." 

Gazetteer of Vermont, Hayward, 1849. 


  The town clerk maintains birth, death and marriage vital statistics and many other records of value in researching your ancestors. You can contact the Clerk's office at: 

Alburg Town Clerk
P.O. Box 346
Alburg, VT 05440
Phone: (802) 796-3468. 

 History of the Town of Alburg ~ Abby Maria Hemenway
 Vermont Genealogy Resources ~ Alburg
 Aerial Photographs of Alburg by Robert Lyons
 Cemeteries near Alburg
 Alburg, Vermont ~ Community Profile
 Welcome to Alburg ~ Mainstreet Vermont
 Lake Champlain History Tour ~ Alburg





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