5 entries match your criteria. Historical Markers in Clarksville, New York
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Built c. 1828 for Adam A. Clark and wife Betsy. Clarksville named in his honor Apr. 16, 1833. First Clarksville postmaster 1826-1841. Local innkeeper. — — Map (db m142470) HM
( east face )
Built by Bogardus c.1803.
Adam A. Clark House 1822-1838.
John Crookes House 1864-1868.
Morgan E. Barber House 1882-1918.
Burned in Great Fire of 1918.
( west face . . . — — Map (db m142472) HM
Built before 1770 by Teunis
Houghtaling, born May 18, 1740 -
died May 20, 1806. Listed on
National Register June 28, 2004. — — Map (db m135121) HM
Built about 1810 by Harmanus
Bogardus for Henry L. Meed, first
postmaster of Bethlehem P.O.
from 1812-1826. P.O. was here.
Bethlehem supervisor 1821-1822 — — Map (db m142469) HM
On Dec.3, 1839, during the Anti-Rent Wars, Sheriff Artcher and his posse marched from Albany to Clarksville. They met their first resistance here. — — Map (db m50488) HM