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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Greenwich, New York

 
Clickable Map of Washington 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 Washington County, NY (149) Essex County, NY (189) Rensselaer County, NY (150) Saratoga County, NY (464) Warren County, NY (147) Addison County, VT (70) Bennington County, VT (54) Rutland County, VT (92)  WashingtonCounty(149) Washington County (149)  EssexCounty(189) Essex County (189)  RensselaerCounty(150) Rensselaer County (150)  SaratogaCounty(464) Saratoga County (464)  WarrenCounty(147) Warren County (147)  AddisonCountyVermont(70) Addison County (70)  BenningtonCounty(54) Bennington County (54)  RutlandCounty(92) Rutland County (92)
Location of Greenwich, New York
    Washington County (149)
    Essex County (189)
    Rensselaer County (150)
    Saratoga County (464)
    Warren County (147)
    Addison County, Vermont (70)
    Bennington County, Vermont (54)
    Rutland County, Vermont (92)
 
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1New York (Washington County), Greenwich — 220 — Baum Encampment
On County Route 113.
On August 11, 1777, German Lt. Col. Friedrich Baum and his troops camped here by two houses opposite the estate of Gen. SchuylerMap (db m133073) HM
2New York (Washington County), Greenwich — Breastworks of General Fellows
On General Fellows Road 1 mile from County Route 113, on the right when traveling west.
Facing Burgoyne's camp across the RiverMap (db m58510) HM
3New York (Washington County), Greenwich — British Army Camp
On Dix Bridge Rd (County Route 70) just from County Route 113, on the right when traveling east.
Site of British Army camp before crossing Hudson. Later occupied by General Fellows' ContinentalsMap (db m58082) HM
4New York (Washington County), Greenwich — Captain Furnival's Battery
On County Route 113 at Clarks Mills Rd on County Route 113.
Site of Captain Furnival's Battery Commanding Marshall house and river crossing. N.Y. State Historical marker 1927Map (db m58084) HM
5New York (Washington County), Greenwich — Gen. Washington
On U.S. 4, on the left when traveling south.
In the summer of 1783, General George Washington was in the township of Greenwich, while on a tour of northern battlefields.Map (db m19742) HM
6New York (Washington County), Greenwich — In Memory Of
On Salem Street (New York State Route 29) at Washington Square, on the right when traveling west on Salem Street.
A.M. Cook Post 326 G.A.R. Greenwich, N.Y. And all Resident Veterans Of the Civil WarMap (db m131684) WM
7New York (Washington County), Greenwich — Old Continental Road
On New York State Route 372 at Colonel Baum Road, on the left when traveling west on State Route 372.
Over which a detachment of Burgoyne’s army under Col. Baum passed on its way to Bennington, VT Aug. 13, 1777.Map (db m132512) HM
8New York (Washington County), Greenwich — Position of Burgoyne's Bridge
On Dix Bridge Rd (County Route 70) 0.1 miles west of County Route 113.
Position of Burgoyne's bridge of boats on which he crossed the HudsonMap (db m58081) HM
9New York (Washington County), Greenwich — Underground Railroad Stops in Union VillageThe Abolition Movement and Underground Railroad — Greenwich, New York —
On Main Street (New York State Route 29) near Church Street, on the right when traveling west.
Greenwich, known as Union Village from 1809 to 1867, played a significant role in the history of the Anti-Slave Movement and the Underground Railroad. Many families in Union Village and surrounding area provided a safe haven for slaves heading . . . Map (db m172612) HM
10New York (Washington County), Greenwich — World War I and II and Korean Conflict Memorial
On County Route 113 at Post Office Lane on County Route 113.
In honor of the men and women of Thompson who served their country in two World Wars (List of people that served) Korean Conflict (List of people that served)Map (db m58085) WM
 
May. 9, 2021