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Historical Markers and War Memorials in New City

 
Clickable Map of Rockland 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 Rockland County, NY (253) Orange County, NY (474) Putnam County, NY (114) Westchester County, NY (196) Bergen County, NJ (397) Passaic County, NJ (126)  RocklandCounty(253) Rockland County (253)  OrangeCounty(474) Orange County (474)  PutnamCounty(114) Putnam County (114)  WestchesterCounty(196) Westchester County (196)  BergenCountyNew Jersey(397) Bergen County (397)  PassaicCounty(126) Passaic County (126)
New City, New York and Vicinity
    Rockland County (253)
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    Putnam County (114)
    Westchester County (196)
    Bergen County, New Jersey (397)
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1New York (Rockland County), New City — Blauvelt Homestead
In 1832 Jacob J. and Margaret (Remsen) Blauvelt built the main section of this Dutch Colonial-style farmhouse. Jacob was a farmer, inspector of common schools, a justice of the peace for the Town of Clarkstown and an officer in the 83rd Regiment of . . . — Map (db m73064) HM
2New York (Rockland County), New City — In Grateful Recognition
In Grateful Recognition Of Those Who Served In The Armed Forces Of The United States Of America During The Korean And Vietnam Conflicts Compatriots And Friends Of The Stony Point Chapter SAR Shatemuc Chapter DAR November 11, . . . — Map (db m32554) WM
3New York (Rockland County), New City — Jacob Blauvelt House1834
Built on lands belonging to the Blauvelt Family from 1741 to 1970 when it was acquired by the Historical Society of Rockland County Presented by Daniel De Clerque Chapter Daughters of the American Colonists — Map (db m21380) HM
4New York (Rockland County), New City — Martinus Hogenkamp Cemetery
This cemetery, named after an early owner of the land, began in the 18th century as a family or community burial ground. Abandoned and forgotten, it was rescued by the Martinus Hogenkamp Cemetery Association. Several stones are inscribed in Dutch, . . . — Map (db m44209) HM
5New York (Rockland County), New City — New City World War I Monument
In Grateful Recognition Of The Services Of These Sons Of New City To Their Town, Their Country And The World. 1917 – 1919 Anderson, Raymond • Bardon, Chris. S • Biehl, Henry • Blauvelt, William • Carnoghan, Fred G. • Carnoghan, G. M. • . . . — Map (db m32555) HM
6New York (Rockland County), New City — New Hempstead Presbyterian Church
Founded 1734 New Hempstead Presbyterian called the English Church by Dutch Settlers. Rebuilt 1827. Washington’s troops camped on this ground. — Map (db m44220) HM
7New York (Rockland County), New City — Rockland County Court House
Rockland County Court House Our forebears commitment to the rule of law was manifested in the first court house built in Tappan in 1691. In 1774 a small frame court house was constructed on this more convenient site, replaced in 1827 by a larger . . . — Map (db m32552) HM
8New York (Rockland County), New City — Rockland County Korea - World War II - Vietnam Monument
[ left plaque ] Korea Ablondi, Bruno • Augenblick, Ira • Baker, Philip T. • Brown, Robert A. Caputo, Louis • Cervene, Sam J. • Cook, Jr., Henry Wm. • De Freese, Samuel W. • De Groat, Roland • Duhaime, Louis S. • Freytag, Peter D. • . . . — Map (db m32549) WM
9New York (Rockland County), New City — Rockland County Law Enforcement Memorial
[ east side ] In Memory Of Those Law Enforcement Officers, Residents Of Rockland County Who Dedicated And Sacrificed Their Lives In The Line Of Duty Constable John Cahill – Aug. 19, 1905 Haverstraw Village Police Department . . . — Map (db m32551) HM
10New York (Rockland County), New City — Rockland County Veterans Monument
[ inscription on the granite base ] Erected By The People Of Rockland County In Grateful Appreciation Of The Noble Sacrifice Of These Sons And Daughters Who Gave Their Lives In The World War 1914-1918 Greater Love Hath No . . . — Map (db m32548) WM
11New York (Rockland County), New City — Snedekers Landing
Early in the 19th century the Snedeker family’s landing on the Hudson shore below came into use for local shipping. In 1845 the Snedekers established a shipyard with marine railway for repairing brickyard vessels and a dock for scheduled steamboats. . . . — Map (db m33212) HM
12New York (Rockland County), New City — The English Meeting House
Erected by the Rockland County Society to commemorate the establishment of the New Hempstead Presbyterian Church as the second religious organization in the present County of Rockland, New York. This church was founded a few years after 1713, when . . . — Map (db m44223) HM
 
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