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Historical Markers and War Memorials in New Paltz, New York
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|Built by Ezekiel Elting as a home
and store. Original gambrel roof
destroyed in 1888 blizzard. 1968
purchased by LeFevre Family Assoc.
Maintained by HHS and LeFevre family. — — Map (db m5737) HM|
| Site of African-American burial ground French Huguenots who founded New Paltz in 1677 had used enslaved Africans for construction and farm work as early as 1673. By 1790, 179 enslaved African-Americans and 9 free persons of color lived in New . . . — — Map (db m145962) HM|
|Built by Louis Bevier,
the patentee, in 1698.
Elting homestead from
1740. This house has an
interesting sub-cellar. — — Map (db m5722) HM|
|Built by Pierre Deyo,
one of twelve original
patentees of New Paltz,
in 1692. — — Map (db m5712) HM|
|A French Huguenot Village
governed by "The Dusine",
a body of 12 men chosen
annually. For 100 years the
only form of government. — — Map (db m133428) HM|
|The fort built in 1705
by Daniel Dubois. Site
first redoubt. There are
port holes in the east end. — — Map (db m5713) HM|
| Site of Elting Cemetery. Jacob Elting's descendants donated
this meadow and family cemetery
to the village in 2017. One of
the earliest families of New Paltz,
these Eltings gave the Bevier-Elting
House and the Harcourt Sanctuary
to the . . . — — Map (db m145985) HM|
|Built 1720 by Hugo Freer,
one of twelve original
patentees of New Paltz.
The Low House after 1732. — — Map (db m5726) HM|
|Built 1712, by Abraham, the
patentee, once soldier in
English Army, friend of
Gov. Andros. Kitchen scene
of cock fights. — — Map (db m5728) HM|
|Built 1775 on lands bought from Esopus Indians on December 28, 1678, by his grandfather, Louis Dubois, Patentee of New Paltz — — Map (db m23100) HM|
|Built in 1712, by
the patentee; now home of
The Huguenot Patriotic,
Historical and Monumental
Society, since 1899. — — Map (db m5710) HM|
|Jenkins-DuBois Farm & Mill.
Part of 1688 Louis DuBois Patent
Lambert Jenkins est. mills
& built stone house in 1793
DuBois-Jenkins family still
resides on the farm — — Map (db m149349) HM|
|Founded 1678. Six houses built by Huguenot refugees from France, original patentees, before 1720 are on Walkill River. — — Map (db m5706) HM|
|Founded 1678. Six houses
built before 1720 are on
Huguenot Street, on the
Walkill River, homes of
refugees from France. — — Map (db m5708) HM|
|Founded 1678. Six houses built before 1720 are on Huguenot Street, on the Wallkill River, homes of refugees from France. — — Map (db m133422) HM|
|To the Memory and in honor of- Louis DuBois Christian Deyo Abraham Hasbrouck Andre LeFevre Jean Hasbrouck Piere Deyo Louis Bevier Anthoine Crespel Hugo Frere Issac DuBois Simon LeFevre The New Paltz Patentees, who, driven by religious persecution . . . — — Map (db m29444) HM|
|First Stone Church, 1717.
Services in French to 1753,
Dutch language to 1800.
Church corner stone seen
at south wall of portico. — — Map (db m5732) HM|
|Site of the "Owl” Church.
Conferentia church party
organized 1767, to maintain
contact with Classis of
North Amsterdam, Holland.
Joined Paltz Church, 1783. — — Map (db m149355) HM|
|January 22,1983 marks 300 years
of Christian worship on Huguenot
Street, first, in French, the language
of the homeland, in a log cabin
called the Walloon Church. Close
by the graves of the patentees a
church of stone was built in 1717.
a . . . — — Map (db m146003) HM|
| Carmine Liberta Bridge
There have been many bridges located on this site including a wooden covered bridge erected in
1845. In 1891 that bridge was replaced by an iron bridge that would remain for nearly half a
century. In 1940 the iron . . . — — Map (db m146097) HM|
Built of logs, first
first church of stone 1717.
Called "Our French Church".
Precursor Reformed Church. — — Map (db m5736) HM|