New York Troopers - History
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Troop "G" was an original troop serving Eastern New York State. The first Troop "G" Headquarters was located at the Flynn Estate, at Stop 29 1/2 on the Albany Schenectedy Road, Colonie, NY. The personnel compliment consisted of 2 officers and 56 enlisted men. Motor equipment provided was a Model T Ford car, a Ford truck and 3 motorcycles. The patrol area was all counties east of  the Troop "D"
patrol area bordered on the east by Connecticut, Vermont & Massachusetts north to the Canadian border & south to a point across the center of Sullivan, Ulster & Dutchess counties. The first Troop Commander was Herbert G. Rosboro. In 1921, Troop G moved to their new barracks on South Lake Avenue, Troy, NY where they functioned until October 28, 1959, when a new barracks was built on Route 9, Loudonville, NY and occupied.
 
 
 
 
Ballard-Riley-Micheles-Kane
 
 George Searles
 
 John Lutz - 1927
 
1940s Troop "G" Hq.
 
 
 
1940s Troop "G" Dining room
 
 
SP Ravena
 
1937 - J.W.Russell-Ed Pfeiffer- J. Everhardt
 
Tolbert-Christison-Buttles-Christison-Hamlin-Steneson-Ronan-Steeley-Jonson - 2 unk ? 
 
 
1927 - Sgt. John Hopkins
J.Milliman-Meade Kniskern- Al Rasmussen- Mike Egan           South Glens Falls 1940
 
Troop G  Headquarters Staff
 
1943-Latham, NY -Gene Foster - Jack Reynolds - P.J. Fitzpatrick
 
 
 
1943 - Saratoga Springs - Tpr. Sayres - Unk -  Sgt Conway
 
 1943 - S. Glens Falls - Ed Conway
 
1943 Saratoga Springs
 
 Below- Harold Myers-unk-Jim Rose-George Craig-John Jonson
 Unk-Mike Murphy-John Millman-Sgt. Pete Fitzpatrick-Jim Lehus
 
 
 
1961 - Loudonville, NY
 
1961 - Loudonville. NY
 
1965 - Loudonville, NY
 
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Troop G Patrol
 
 
 
1921- Trooper Bimmick - Cohoes, NY
 
1927 - Cashin - Stanwix
 
 Joe Aros - Tom Curley - Harry Dubois
 
Red Cargill - Jack Reynolds
 
 
 John Manning - 1928
 
 
 
1932 - Everett Hanchett
 
 
1931 - Troop G
 
 
W.E. Cashin -Henry Rasmussen - 1934
 
 
1935 - Captain Keeley
 
 
 
 
1940 - Captain William Keeley
1941 - Sgt.Stanwix-unk-unk-unk-Don Lang-William Barfoot
 
1942 - A.B.Moore - H.C. Herrick
 
1943 - S. Glens Falls - Meade Knistern  - Tpr. Clough
 
1943 - S.Glens Falls - Tpr on left- Bob Mohr
 
SP Troy
 
Troy - Sgt. Ed Galvin
 
 
 
1956 South Glens Falls
 
 
 
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