Town of Madrid

  • Dailey/Daily Ridge (Presbyterian) Church, or Scotch Church, Town of Potsdam Transcribed from the church records. Unpublished. In Potsdam, but very near Madrid. [INDEX ONLY]
  • Donnelly, Gorman, Graham, formerly of Madrid and Waddington
  • Madrid Marriages 1847-1849
  • A description of Madrid from the Madrid Herald of July 16, 1910, entitled "Merriman the Boss of Unhappy Madrid."
  • Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps -- Libraries located in. Includes Madrid (listed as Madris) 1927.
  • A history of Bucks Bridge, believed written by Eugene White (1884-1965) a lifelong resident of Bucks Bridge [though Bucks Bridge is, for the most part, actually in the town of Potsdam, it is usually associated with Madrid.]
  • LDS MICROFILMS The LDS Microfilms page provides listings of microfilms covering St. Lawrence county, which are available at LDS Family History Centers.
    • Old Catholic Cemetery (alpha), LDS film #1276158, item 8
    • Doren Cemetery (alpha), LDS film #1276358, item 3
    • Am. Legion App. (Waddington and Madrid) 1928-34, LDS film #1310660 item 3
    • vital rec: birth, marriage, death, 1876-1910, LDS film #1311929, item 10
  • Link to a Roster of Officials including local Historian, and  Town & Village Clerks.  Click on Officials, then scroll down the.
    • Copyright 2018-2021 by Brenda Becker and Russ Sprague

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