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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Gansevoort, New York
Gansevoort is in Saratoga County
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Col. Sidney Berry
served in Revolution;
first Surrogate of county;
first Supervisor of town. — — Map (db m149755) HM|
| Originally built 1770, this house occupied land that became
a British commissary & hospital.
It has been restored in stages over the last three centuries. — — Map (db m149758) HM|
General Peter Gansevoort
a hero of the Revolution
received title in 1783
to this tract confiscated
from Hugh Munro, Tory. — — Map (db m144990) HM|
Brother of Jane McCrea
who was killed by
Indians July 27, 1777 — — Map (db m149740) HM|
|The Union Temperate Society of
Moreau and Northumberland was organized here on April 13, 1808.
Believed to be the first ever
temperance organization. — — Map (db m133978) HM|
|From all walks of life, our Northumberland veterans went where duty called. Never forget how much freedom cost. Let us remember their sacrifice, their honor, now and throughout eternity. — — Map (db m145192) WM|
|Bertha E. Smith Youth Park
deeded to the town of Northumberland in 1976 for
perpetual use as recreation
of youth in the township. — — Map (db m133979) HM|