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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Putnam County, New York

 
Clickable Map of Putnam County, New York and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Putnam County, NY (114) Dutchess County, NY (297) Orange County, NY (474) Rockland County, NY (255) Westchester County, NY (197) Fairfield County, CT (372)  PutnamCounty(114) Putnam County (114)  DutchessCounty(297) Dutchess County (297)  OrangeCounty(474) Orange County (474)  RocklandCounty(255) Rockland County (255)  WestchesterCounty(197) Westchester County (197)  FairfieldCountyConnecticut(372) Fairfield County (372)
Adjacent to Putnam County, New York
    Dutchess County (297)
    Orange County (474)
    Rockland County (255)
    Westchester County (197)
    Fairfield County, Connecticut (372)
 
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1New York (Putnam County), Brewster — Brewster Soldiers Monument
Service For The Union In Honor Of Crosby Post 302 G A R Gift of William Andrew Ferris [ left tablet ] Dedicated to The Honor and Sacrifice Of Our Men and Women Who Served Our Country In Spanish American War . . . — Map (db m37555) HM
2New York (Putnam County), Brewster — Brewster Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to All From Brewster / Southeast Who Served in the Armed Forces Of the United States of America During Time of Conflict September 30, 2007 Designed by John Degnan and John Folchetti Committee Denis Castelli – . . . — Map (db m25314) HM
3New York (Putnam County), Brewster — Chancellor Kent
. . . — Map (db m24657) HM
4New York (Putnam County), Brewster — Col. H. Ludington
Here crossed Connecticut line, April 27, 1777, on march with his militiamen to aid in repelling British raiders at Danbury, CT. — Map (db m139211) HM
5New York (Putnam County), Brewster — Dag Hammarskjold HouseHistorical Landmark
Here, Dag Hammarskjold U.N. Secretary-General enjoyed seclusion until his death in 1961. Dedicated U.N. Day October 24, 1973Map (db m137567) HM
6New York (Putnam County), Brewster — DeForest Corners
Where Col. Henry Ludington turned East on Old Road on his march to repel British raid on Danbury, CT — Map (db m137559) HM
7New York (Putnam County), Brewster — Old Southeast CemeteryOldest marked grave in Putnam County
. . . — Map (db m24586) HM
8New York (Putnam County), Brewster — The Borden Bridge
Across this bridge, during the Civil War, Gail Borden Jr.’s New York Condensed Milk Company shipped condensed milk to the Union Troops. — Map (db m24511) HM
9New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Cobra AH-1G/S/F Helicopter
Cobra AH-1G/S/F Helicopter Length: 53' Weight: 8,404 lbs. Payload: 2500 lbs. Range: 359 miles Cruise Speed: 138mph • Although a 1966 model this helicopter was purchased by the US Army in November 1967. • Cobra 318 arrived in Vietnam . . . — Map (db m37453) HM
10New York (Putnam County), Carmel — County Court House
County Court House Was built in 1814 and the jail was added in 1855. There was one hanging in 1844 and it is today the second oldest working court house in New York State. Putnam County Bar Association 2001 — Map (db m37288) HM
11New York (Putnam County), Carmel — County Fairgrounds
Organized in 1851 with land purchased in 1865. Agricultural exhibits and one half mile harness race track with grandstand operated until 1932. — Map (db m69178) HM
12New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Drew Ladies Seminary
Drew Ladies Seminary Or Carmel Collegiate Institute was started by James Raymond in 1848. Daniel Drew took control in 1866 and began an expansion. Instruction ceased here in 1952. Guideposts 2002 — Map (db m37446) HM
13New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Drewsclift Cemetery
Daniel Drew, railroad and steamboat promoter, founder of Drew Seminary and University, builder of churches, buried here. — Map (db m69180) HM
14New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Elisha Cole
Elisha Cole Came from Eastham, Mass. to Carmel in 1746, became the first pastor of the Baptist Church and served, along with 4 sons and a grandson in the Revolutionary War. Allan Warnecke, Historian Town of Carmel 2001 — Map (db m47550) HM
15New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Enoch Crosby
Patriot spy of the American Revolution. Was associated with Carmel. His farm was nearby and he is buried at Gilead. One mile from here. — Map (db m37292) HM
16New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Enoch Crosby (Harvey Birch)
To The Memory Of Enoch Crosby (Harvey Birch) Patriot Spy Of The American Revolution June 5, 1750 – June 26, 1835 He Braved Danger And Death That This Land Might Be Free To The Cause Of Liberty He Offered His All. Without Hope Of . . . — Map (db m37556) HM
17New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Gilead Cemetery
Gilead Cemetery Placed on The New York State Register Of Historic Places October 14, 1988 And on The National Register Of Historic Places December 1, 1988 This Bronze Plaque Is Dedicated by The Town of Carmel And The . . . — Map (db m37535) HM
18New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Gilead Cemetery
Those Resting Here Who Gave Military Service In the Revolutionary War Enoch Crosby • Jos Coldwell • Wm. Colwell, Capt. • Wm. Drew • Seth Foster • John Frost • Jacob Ganong • Reuben Ganong • Caleb Hazen • Caleb Hazen, Col. • Eleazer Hazen, Capt. . . . — Map (db m37536) HM
19New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Hazen Hill
. . . — Map (db m37250) HM
20New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Hopkins Corners
Hopkins Corners Homestead of Addison J. Hopkins was in this area in the 1800's. Descendant of Stephen Hopkins, signer of the Mayflower Compact and Joseph Hopkins of Cape Cod one of Carmel's original settlers. Placed here by Richard C. Hopkins . . . — Map (db m37529) HM
21New York (Putnam County), Carmel — In Honor of All Native American Veterans
The Wappinger Confederacy The Wappinger Indians are a forgotten nation of eleven tribes and 15 other subtribes. Upon European contact, the Wappinger were living on the eastern side of the Hudson River, from the Bronx to Poughkeepsie and eastwards . . . — Map (db m37294) HM
22New York (Putnam County), Carmel — In Memoriam
Honor The Dead By Serving The Living — Map (db m37383) WM
23New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Isaac Merrick
Served in Nathaniel Scribner’s Company of the 7th Dutchess County Regiment New York Militia in the Revolutionary War. This allowed him to purchase this farm in 1813. — Map (db m54291) HM
24New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Ludington’s Mill
. . . — Map (db m71043) HM
25New York (Putnam County), Carmel — M-60A3 Main Battle Tank
M-60A3 Main Battle Tank These tanks were used extensively by the U.S. Marine Corps, and the U.S. Army, in the Viet Nam and Gulf Wars. Some of its characteristics are: Weight Combat Loaded: 55 Tons Main Gun: 105 Millimeter Machine . . . — Map (db m37449) HM
26New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Major John Andre
Court martial convoy passed here after the Benedict Arnold treason. They met George Washington at West Point and Andre was hanged at Tappan, NY on October 2, 1780. — Map (db m54289) HM
27New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Marne Post 370 Veterans Memorial
In Memory Of Those Who Made The Supreme Sacrifice From Our Community In The Service Of Our Country Erected By Marne Post 370 American Legion 1947 — Map (db m37382) HM
28New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Old Baptist
Old Baptist Revolutionary War Cemetery Early church and burial site of more than a dozen Revolutionary War soldiers including patriot General James Townsend Frank Del Campo, Supervisor Town of Carmel 1999 — Map (db m47548) HM
29New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Old Kent Hwy. Dept
Circa 1930s: expanded 1953 and served as town offices, justice court and police department until new town center was built in 2004. Kent recreation and Parks 2005. — Map (db m69175) HM
30New York (Putnam County), Carmel — One Room School Dist. #3
Farmers Mill built in 1901. Used until 1946. Replaced an earlier building on Dean Road. Bought Jan. 1979 by Kent Historical Society. — Map (db m69149) HM
31New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Parade Ground
Here Col. Henry Ludington of Dutchess County Militia drilled his regiment, and mustered them many times to march against the British. — Map (db m526) HM
32New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Putnam County Veterans Monument
"Dedication" To Honor All Men And Women of Putnam County, New York Who Answered Our Nation's Call To Duty and Service In Time of War and Time of Peace Always Keep Them in Your Heart and Prayers for All Gave Some – Some Gave . . . — Map (db m37514) WM
33New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Putnam County's First Park
Putnam County's First Park Established 1971 Board of Supervisors Edward S. Tuttle, Chairman – Southeast • Frank Barbarita – Kent • Kenneth Carlson – Putnam Valley • Albert Foshay – Carmel • Joseph Percacciolo – . . . — Map (db m37526) HM
34New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Sibyl Ludington
Sibyl Ludington rode horseback over this road the night of April 26, 1777, to call out Colonel Luddington's regiment to repel the British at Danbury, Conn. — Map (db m525) HM
35New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Sibyl Ludington
Sibyl Ludington Rode horseback over this road the night of April 26, 1777, to call out Colonal Ludington’s regiment to repel British at Danbury, Conn. State Education Department 1935 — Map (db m37253) HM
36New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Sybil Ludington — Revolutionary War Heroine —
Sybil Ludington Revolutionary War Heroine April 26, 1777 Called out the volunteer militia, by riding through the night, alone, on horseback, at the age of 16, alerting the countryside to the burning of Danbury, Conn. by the British . . . — Map (db m37252) HM
37New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Sybil Ludington — ...and her nighttime ride —
Sybil Ludington Here ended her night ride April 26, 1777 to summon militia of Col. Ludington’s regiment to repel British raid at Danbury, Conn. NYSED 1932 – Kent Town Historian 2008Map (db m71040) HM
38New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Sybil Ludington
Sybil Ludington Daughter of Col. Ludington Rode from her home here April 25, 1777, to call militia to repel Tyron’s raid on Danbury, Conn. NYSED 1932 – Kent Town Historian 2008Map (db m71042) HM
39New York (Putnam County), Carmel — Those who Served our Country Buried in Farmers Mills Area Cemeteries
In Memory Those who Served our Country Buried in Farmers Mills Area Cemeteries * Died in That Service James Ballard CW • Chas. Bates CW • Wm. H. Brown CW • * Webster Brundage CW • * Alex. C. Clauson CW • Alonso C. Collins CW • . . . — Map (db m69166) HM WM
40New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — Boring Mill Overlook
You are looking at the ruins of the boring mill, one of West Point Foundry’s vital centers and among the earliest buildings in the foundry complex. A large, two-story structure, the boring mill served several functions. The first floor was used for . . . — Map (db m71312) HM
41New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — Boring Mill Overlook
You are looking at the ruins of the boring mill, one of West Point Foundry’s vital centers and among the earliest buildings in the foundry complex. A large, two-story structure, the boring mill served several functions. The first floor was used for . . . — Map (db m71319) HM
42New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — Corporal James Harvey Hustis
. . . — Map (db m44541) HM
43New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — Foundry Brook
Water descended from Foundry Brook to Battery Pond, then by elevated flume into a giant water wheel that turned the foundry’s gears and cranes, feeding air to the hot furnace fires. In the 19th century, Waterpower was power. — Map (db m71329) HM
44New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — Foundry Dock ParkOur Stretch of the River
This serene site was once the bustling lifeline to the West Point Foundry, an industrial marvel and a technological powerhouse of its day. On the Waterfront Just after the War of 1812, President James Madison designated Cold Spring as one of . . . — Map (db m44564) HM
45New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — From Forest to Factory to Forest
( East Side Marker : ) The landscape abundant forest and untamed waterpower that drew Gouverneur Kemble to open West Point Foundry in 1818 underwent dramatic changes over its decades of operations. The area’s woodlands were denuded to . . . — Map (db m71318) HM
46New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — General George Washington
General George Washington in frequent visits to the American troops encamped nearby during the War of the Revolution drank at this spring and gave it its name Cold Spring. — Map (db m47504) HM
47New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — Gouverneur Kemble1786   ┼   1875
A distinguished citizen Founder of West Point Foundry Twice member of Congress First Senior Warden of this church Honored and beloved by the community — Map (db m47530) HM
48New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — History of West Point FoundryA Birthplace of American Industry
Water and Power West Point Foundry was one of America’s great early ironworks. An internationally renowned center of innovation and manufacturing, it’s been called the Silicon Valley of its day. Shortly after the War of 1812, President James . . . — Map (db m71307) HM
49New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — Honor Roll1917 – 1919
Dedicated in honor of the men of Cold Spring, Nelsonville and North Highlands who answered the call of their country in the World War * Died in Service * Percy W. Arnold • George A. Casey, D.S.C. • J. Harvey Hustis • Edward Burns • Charles . . . — Map (db m44905) HM
50New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — Jewel of the Hudson
West Point Foundry’s 1911 closing was a blow to Cold Spring, although many found work with the Hudson River Railroad and other industries. With the influx of new businesses in the Hudson Valley following World War II, the village began to enjoy a . . . — Map (db m71314) HM
51New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — Joseph A. Percacciolo, Jr.
. . . — Map (db m47537) HM
52New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — New York American Patriot Gardens
Paying tribute to those victims and heroes of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack. This project is sponsored by the Lower Hudson-Long Island Resource Conservation & Development Council, Inc. in partnership with the USDA Forest Service and . . . — Map (db m47529) HM
53New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — North Highlands
ME church est. here 1812 Rebuilt 1851 & 1878 Active through 1949 Demolished 2006 — Map (db m135878) HM
54New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — Philipstown Honor Roll
Killed in Action --------------- World War II Martin E. Adams Edward Budney H. Ellis Bowden Gerald Dale Warren Eitner W. Russell Farrell Ralph Fleming Arthur Gilman Walter Glanville Thomas Lutz Stanley Matthews Anthony Nastasi Allen W. Olsen . . . — Map (db m44907) HM
55New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — The 1865 Office Building
This magnificent building is the only freestanding structure remaining at the preserve from the foundry years, rising alone from the forest cover. Yet as the photo below shows, West Point Foundry was a massive complex of industrial shops, railways . . . — Map (db m71309) HM
56New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — The West Point Foundry
A writer describing this military establishment observes: “During my visit I learned that since the [Civil] war began over three hundred cannon have been manufactured here for our government – the Parrott gun exclusively – to . . . — Map (db m71303) HM
57New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — The West Point Foundry School
The school was built in 1830 for immigrant apprentices at the West Point Foundry, enlarged for workers’ children in 1867, and incorporated into the Philipstown school system until 1891. William H. Taylor, a former foundry superintendent (pictured . . . — Map (db m71315) HM
58New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — Warner Sisters
View to Constitution Island preserved by authors Susan Warner & Anna Warner who wrote the hymn “Jesus Loves Me.”   c. 1819-1915 George E. Pataki, GovernorMap (db m44527) HM
59New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — West Point Foundry Archaeological Site
. . . — Map (db m71320) HM
60New York (Putnam County), Cold Spring — World War II Veterans of St. Mary’s
This tree is dedicated on the 50th Anniversary of World War II to those veterans of that conflict who attended St. Mary’s. June 1993 — Map (db m47533) HM
61New York (Putnam County), Cortlandt — Putnam County
Putnam County Named for General Israel Putnam, commander of American forces in the Hudson Highlands during the American Revolution. — Map (db m37131) HM
62New York (Putnam County), Garrison — Beverley Robinson’s House
Built 1758             Burnt 1892 Headquarters of Washington, Putnam, Arnold and other Generals Commanding the Highlands. — Map (db m71302) HM
63New York (Putnam County), Garrison — Fort Hill
On the hill to the west are the north and south redoubts, built in 1778, for the defense of the Highlands against British. — Map (db m44460) HM
64New York (Putnam County), Garrison — Garrison Veterans Memorial
“Lest we forget to honor the men and women of this community who served their country in war and peace” * * * * * This memorial placed here by grateful citizens December 1966 — Map (db m47516) HM
65New York (Putnam County), Garrison — Mandeville’s
This house, built in 1737 was headquarters of Commanders of American troops defending West Point, from 1778 to 1783. — Map (db m20704) HM
66New York (Putnam County), Garrison — Old Schoolhouse
One-room Continental Village School was built circa 1840 on land donated by William Briggs. Merged into Van Courtlandtville School 1935. — Map (db m55348) HM
67New York (Putnam County), Garrison — Robinson House
Here stood the Robinson House, where Benedict Arnold, his treason disclosed, fled from his wife and baby to the British ship Vulture. — Map (db m47506) HM
68New York (Putnam County), Garrison — South Redoubt
. . . — Map (db m20701) HM
69New York (Putnam County), Garrison — Twin Redoubts
Cedar Hill to the east and Fort Hercules (Argyl's) to the west were in use by Continental Army throughout the Revolutionary War. — Map (db m55291) HM
70New York (Putnam County), Holmes — Ludington's March
Col. H. Ludington led his men over this road, April 27, 1777 to join in repelling British Raiders at Danbury, Conn — Map (db m69174) HM
71New York (Putnam County), Kent — Carver Bridge
. . . — Map (db m22707) HM
72New York (Putnam County), Kent — Daniel Nimham
Daniel Nimham Last sachem of Wappinoe or Wappinger Indians, friend of whites, who sued Adolph Philipse to retrieve land. Had his village here. State Education Department 1932 — Map (db m22704) HM
73New York (Putnam County), Kent — Philips Smith Farm
. . . — Map (db m22705) HM
74New York (Putnam County), Kent — Union Cemetery
Established 1863 Union Cemetery Two acres purchased, surveyed and dedicated for burials of early area families. Located just south of Foshay’s Corners on the Old Dutchess Turnpike (now Route 301) on lands of Foshay and Halstead farms, . . . — Map (db m22703) HM
75New York (Putnam County), Mahopac — 1917 “Lest We Forget" 1919World War I Memorial
1917 “Lest We Forget” 1919 Coleman Agor, Jr. • Glenn B. Arnold • Nathan K. Averill • Imlay L. Benet • Lester G. Bennett • James Benson • Louis J. Bittner • Colie Brown • Thurlow Cargain • John S. Carr • H. Ranald Chambers, Jr. • . . . — Map (db m22711) HM
76New York (Putnam County), Mahopac — 1941 “Lest We Forget” 1945
. . . — Map (db m22713) HM
77New York (Putnam County), Mahopac — Canopus Island
Until 1760 Grand Island was a sacred site of the Wappinger Indians whose Chief Sachem was Daniel Nimham. By 1880 the Blackberry Iron Mine took ore to shore by ferry. — Map (db m54286) HM
78New York (Putnam County), Mahopac — Capt. John Crane
. . . — Map (db m22571) HM
79New York (Putnam County), Mahopac — Dean House
A boarding house in 1852, Amzi Dean expanded to a large hotel. Recreation on Lake Mahopac and a 9 hole golf course drew guests, torn down for housing in 1971. — Map (db m54283) HM
80New York (Putnam County), Mahopac — Early Catholic Church
First Roman Catholic Church was built here in 1869. New York City took land for watershed in 1902. The town was razed and the church was relocated to the shore of Lake Mahopac. — Map (db m54290) HM
81New York (Putnam County), Mahopac — Eleazer Hamblin
. . . — Map (db m22570) HM
82New York (Putnam County), Mahopac — God Bless Our Fallen Soldiers
This Monument is to Honor All Those Who Fought and Died for Our Freedom. Persian-Gulf, Enduring Freedom, Iraqi Freedom And All Wars Against Terrorism. Dedicated May 29, 2006 God Bless Our Fallen Soldiers — Map (db m22717) WM
83New York (Putnam County), Mahopac — Gregory House
Grandest hotel in Mahopac at the peak of the Resort Era from 1844 until it burned in 1878. In 1918 the first Mahopac Central School was built here, moved by 1938. — Map (db m54287) HM
84New York (Putnam County), Mahopac — James Carver
Died in 1837 and is buried here. He represented local farmers when John Jacob Astor filed suit to overturn forfeiture land sales. In 1832, after 45 years, settled by the United States Supreme Court. — Map (db m54282) HM
85New York (Putnam County), Mahopac — Knickerbocker Ice
Warehouse stored the ice cut on Lake Mahopac; floated in by canal then loaded on railroad cars and sold in New York City from 1880 until refrigeration began in 1920. — Map (db m22572) HM
86New York (Putnam County), Mahopac — Korean and Vietnam War MonumentIn Dedication
. . . — Map (db m22714) WM
87New York (Putnam County), Mahopac — Major John Andre
Court martial convoy passed here after the Benedict Arnold treason. They met George Washington at West Point and Andre was hanged at Tappan, NY on October 2, 1780. — Map (db m54280) HM
88New York (Putnam County), Mahopac — Major John Andre
Court martial convoy passed here after the Benedict Arnold treason. They met George Washington at West Point and Andre was hanged at Tappan, NY on October 2, 1780. — Map (db m54284) HM
89New York (Putnam County), Mahopac — Putnam County
Created when Dutchess County was divided on June 12, 1812 and named for General Israel Putnam, leader of Continental troops in the Hudson Highlands during the Revolutionary War. — Map (db m54277) HM
90New York (Putnam County), Mahopac — Railroad Station
. . . — Map (db m22590) HM
91New York (Putnam County), Mahopac — Sibyl Ludington
. . . — Map (db m22592) HM
92New York (Putnam County), Mahopac — Thompson House
Started as a hat factory, then a boarding house in 1851. It was rebuilt to hold 400 guests after a fire in 1869. Emerson Clark improved Hotel Mahopac in 1883. — Map (db m22573) HM
93New York (Putnam County), Mahopac — U.S.S. Mahopac
A heavily armored Monitor which joined the attack on Charleston in 1864 during the Civil War. In 1865 in the Battle for Fort Fisher it took 8 hits, no serious damage. — Map (db m54278) HM
94New York (Putnam County), Nelsonville — Connecticut Line
Troops were encamped in this valley on both sides of the brook during the winter of 1780 – 1781. — Map (db m20696) HM
95New York (Putnam County), Patterson — Christ ChurchPatterson 200 Years
Christ Church (Episcopal) 1763 Christ Church was organized as the “Episcopal Mission at Fredericksburgh” by three former English officers who settled in the area after the end of the French and Indian War. Although the present . . . — Map (db m24878) HM
96New York (Putnam County), Patterson — District School No. 1Patterson 200 Years
District School No. 1 (Patterson School) 1857 – 1912 At the time of the Revolution, a school was located near this site on land donated by Edmond Ogden, the husband of Sybil Ludington. At that time the education of children was a . . . — Map (db m24812) HM
97New York (Putnam County), Patterson — Fredericksburg
During the Revolutionary War this was Fredericksburg & the main military crossroad. Gen. Washington’s Army camped here Sept. to Nov. 1778 — Map (db m24544) HM
98New York (Putnam County), Patterson — Historic DistrictPatterson 200 Years
The Proposed Historic District People have lived for a long time in this beautiful valley where a natural trail, running from New England to the Hudson, makes a gentle bend here along the edge of the Great Swamp. Traces have been found . . . — Map (db m24942) HM
99New York (Putnam County), Patterson — Ludington Graves
Burial site of Revolutionary war heroes, Col. Henry Ludington and his daughter Sybil, who rode to warn the troops on 26 April 1777 — Map (db m24513) HM
100New York (Putnam County), Patterson — Maple Avenue CemeteryPatterson 200 Years
Maple Avenue Cemetery (And Combined Church Cemeteries) Earliest Recorded Grave, 1792 The Combined Cemeteries At the close of the Revolution, in 1782, when all the lands of Beverly Robinson were seized by the State Legislature and . . . — Map (db m24794) HM

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