The colonial militia was drawn from the general male population and was organized into companies known by the name of their commanders. By law, all male inhabitants from 15 to 55 were to be enrolled in militia companies. By the 1700s, the New York militia was organized by county and officers were appointed by the royal government.
- 2nd Albany County Militia Regiment
- 4th Albany County Militia - van Rensselaer's Regiment
- 5th Albany County Militia - Vandenbergh's Regiment of Militia
- 7th Albany County Militia - Van_Alstyne's_Regiment_of_Militia
- 8th Albany County militia - Robert Van Rensselaer
- 9th Albany County Militia - Van Ness' Regiment of Militia
- 11th Albany County Militia - Van Bergen's Regiment of Militia
- 12th Albany County Militia - Van Schoonhoven's Regiment of Militia
- 18th Albany County Militia - Van Woert's Regiment of Militia
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