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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Livingston, New York
Location of Livingston, New York
► Columbia County (221) ► Albany County (332) ► Dutchess County (301) ► Greene County (97) ► Rensselaer County (150) ► Ulster County (240) ► Berkshire County, Massachusetts (131)
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|Alida Livingston, a capable courageous and diligent manager of her husband’s manor, she helped to settle Columbia County. George E. Pataki, Governor — — Map (db m136499) HM|
|Named for John Livingston, settler. Livingston Post Office 1805. Had a Revolutionary Stage Inn and Linlithgo Reformed Church. — — Map (db m136497) HM|
|The present village of Livingston was formerly called Johnstown after John Livingston. — — Map (db m136495) HM|
|This section of Town Hall was built by Walter Haynor Jr, on lands conveyed by Solon Smith and his wife Ellen on the 30th of April 1895. At a meeting in Walter Haynor’s house, building of the Town Hall was approved on the 19th of August 1895 at a . . . — — Map (db m136498) HM|
|Contained Bakers Mills, Blue Stores, Burden, Elizaville, Glenco Mills, Linlithgo, and Walker’s Mills. — — Map (db m136496) HM|