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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Massapequa, New York

 
Clickable Map of Nassau 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 Nassau County, NY (277) Bronx County, NY (136) Queens County, NY (212) Suffolk County, NY (494) Westchester County, NY (302) Fairfield County, CT (455)  NassauCounty(277) Nassau County (277)  BronxCounty(136) Bronx County (136)  QueensCounty(212) Queens County (212)  SuffolkCounty(494) Suffolk County (494)  WestchesterCounty(302) Westchester County (302)  FairfieldCountyConnecticut(455) Fairfield County (455)
Mineola is the county seat for Nassau County
Massapequa is in Nassau County
      Nassau County (277)  
ADJACENT TO NASSAU COUNTY
      Bronx County (136)  
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      Suffolk County (494)  
      Westchester County (302)  
      Fairfield County, Connecticut (455)  
 
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1 New York, Nassau County, Massapequa — 1796 Hotel Site
Owned by van de Water Family Pres. Cheste Arthur, guest Stagecoach stop, 1800's Local militia mustering place. Stood for 100 years.Map (db m139248) HM
2 New York, Nassau County, Massapequa — Col. Benjamin Birdsall
Revolutionary Soldier Col. Benjamin Birdsall 1775-1783 Map (db m135484) WM
3 New York, Nassau County, Massapequa — Cpl. Albert F. Klestinec, Jr.
In memory of Cpl. Albert F. Klestinec, Jr. United States Marine Corps Who died for freedom in Vietnam for freedom everywhere July 10, 1966 Erected by a grateful community so his sacrifice and our Nation's ideals . . . Map (db m106739) WM
4 New York, Nassau County, Massapequa — First Fire House
Honoring the founding firemen and all members of our Volunteer Department for a century of service 1910-2010 Map (db m221009) HM
5 New York, Nassau County, Massapequa — Frank Buck's Zoo
Famous 'Bring'em back alive' 20 acre jungle camp 1934 to ca. 44. WWII small arms defense factory ca. 45. Grimaldi's kiddie park petting zoo 1951 to 65 Map (db m106455) HM
6 New York, Nassau County, Massapequa — Historic Complex
1844 Old Grace Church. DeLancey Floyd – Jones Library 1896. 1870 Floyd – Jones Servant Cottage. Floyd – Jones Burial Ground 1892. 1969 Home of the Historical Society of the MassapequasMap (db m65101) HM
7 New York, Nassau County, Massapequa — Killian's Hotel
Family owned. Well known among sportsmen for hospitality, hunting, fishing, and distinguished patrons. In good memory 1868-1905Map (db m126855) HM
8 New York, Nassau County, Massapequa — Massapequa 1925
1st modern multiclass school 5 classrooms, 5 teachers, 79 students, library & kinder- garten, combined gymnasium cafeteria & auditorium, K-8Map (db m139250) HM
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9 New York, Nassau County, Massapequa — Massapequa Hotel
South on Ocean Ave. between Cornelius & Berkley, a grand Victorian resort served 300 guests. Cottages, boathouse bathing pavilion . . 1888 - 1916Map (db m65098) HM
10 New York, Nassau County, Massapequa — Massapequa Manor
1836 20 room mansion, boat house, polo field, race track. Owned by 3 generations Jones/Floyd-Jones family. Purchased by R. Corroon 1920. Razed by fire 1952 Map (db m108312) HM
11 New York, Nassau County, Massapequa — Old Brick House
Built in 1696 by Major Thomas Jones and wife Freelove Townsend, first settlers of Massapequa, stood near this site until 1837.Map (db m133145) HM
12 New York, Nassau County, Massapequa — Old Grace ChurchCirca 1844 — Designated Landmark —
( Left Plaque : ) National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century Long Island Chapter Commends the preservation of Old Grace Church Historic Complex Burial site of first colonial settlers Major Thomas Jones (d. 1713) and wife Freelove . . . Map (db m65154) HM
13 New York, Nassau County, Massapequa — Samuel Jones, Esquire
Burial place of Samuel Jones, Esquire 1734 – 1819 Voted for ratification of the U.S. Constitution, 7-26-1788. Historical Society of the Massapequas, 1988Map (db m65097) HM
14 New York, Nassau County, Massapequa — Thorn Estate
Little Unqua c 1889 home of Conde & Louise Floyd-Jones Thorn. Last of Major Thos. Jones, 1707 land. Lived on by descendants until 1961.Map (db m108712) HM
15 New York, Nassau County, Massapequa — West Neck
Jones family burial ground, circa late 1700’s. Wm. Jones & his wife, Phoebe Jackson. Descendants include Samuel, “Father of the N.Y.S. Bar”.Map (db m65096) HM
 
 
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Feb. 25, 2024