The Ancram Town Hall is open to the public. It is recommended you call ahead to make an appointment with the town official you want to see. To set up an appointment at Town Hall, call 518‐329‐6512. All employees and visitors, whether you are vaccinated or not, are required to wear masks.
The Ancram Freeground Cemetery, sometimes referred to on maps and the internet as the Ancram Old Cemetery, was established at the very end of the 18th Century. Because the cemetery was created before the 1803 incorporation of the town of Ancram, there are no town records of its establishment but it is widely believed that the one acre plot that comprises the cemetery was donated by the Livingston family. The Livingston’s settled in the area in the late 17th century and received a royal charter land grant from King George I in 1715 for 250 square miles of land. Most of that land, known then as Livingston Manor, is now Columbia County. Read more >