1941 In Memory Of 1945
Those Who Gave Their Lives In
World War II
Albright, Donald C.
Ames, Milton H.
Ballieul, Ferdinand A.
Hallenbeck, Lawrence E.
Hallenbeck, W. Harding
Hotaling, Earl O.
Irving, John D.
Mattice, Lawrence C. . . . — — Map (db m150302) WM
First church building , 1733-1798, about 1/4 mile west on north side of road. Second church building, 1798-1861, on south side of road nearly opposite the first. Present building erected 1861.
George Michael Weiss, 1732-1765
Johannes . . . — — Map (db m184371) HM
Prior to the Revolutionary War, burial
sites were unprotected, reused, unmarked, frequently disturbed and for other purposes such as agriculture. In the 1790s Americans reconsided how and where the dead were buried. This Bronck Burying Ground is . . . — — Map (db m178792) HM
In 1663, in what was then New Netherlands, Pieter Bronck and his wife Hilletje Jans built the stonehouse. Leonard Bronck, who used the Americanized version of Leendert, was the great grandson of Pieter and the son of Jan Leendert Bronck. Leonard was . . . — — Map (db m176702) HM
The Bronks, like many Dutch families, had deep roots in the Colony of New York.
The transfer of their loyalty from the Dutch to the English and then to the
Revolutionary government had been relatively smooth. By the beginning of the the . . . — — Map (db m176706) HM
Under date of May 17, 1775, more than 220 “Freeholders and Inhabitants of the Cocksakie District in the County of Albany" put their names or marks to a document known to them as
"The Association,” popularly called “The Coxsackie Declaration.” . . . — — Map (db m176704) HM
About This Barn
Why does this barn have thirteen sides? We do not know, but the building itself is one variation of a type of farm building usually known as a round barn. Round barns have as few as five sides to as many as twenty, while . . . — — Map (db m176708) HM