“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in St. Johnsville, New York

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Location of St. Johnsville, New York
    Montgomery County (194)
    Fulton County (126)
    Herkimer County (102)
    Otsego County (82)
    Saratoga County (464)
    Schenectady County (160)
    Schoharie County (114)
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1New York (Montgomery County), St. Johnsville — Col. Jacob Klock
This tablet marks the site of the home of Col. Jacob Klock meeting place of the Tryon County Vigilance Committee June 16, 1775 July 10-11, 1775 and first and second town meetings of St. Johnsville. Battle of Klocks Field Oct. . . . Map (db m137565) HM
2New York (Montgomery County), St. Johnsville — Fort KlockRevolutionary War Heritage Trail
Fort Klock was built as a fortified farmhouse in 1750, during the unsettled times of the French & Indian Wars. The two-foot-thick limestone walls have loopholes on every side so people inside can defend themselves. A small spring in the cellar could . . . Map (db m120450) HM
3New York (Montgomery County), St. Johnsville — Jacob Zimmerman
Johann Jacob Zimmerman home Founder of village in 1725 1757 Zimmerman's mill Revolutionary War fort turnpike tavern site 1800Map (db m137532) HM
4New York (Montgomery County), St. Johnsville — Klock Fort
The Stone Dwelling 500 Feet South Was Built By Johannis Klock In 1750, And Was Used As A Fort And Place Of Refuge During The Revolutionary War The "Battle of Klock's Field" Was Fought Near Here To The West ~~~ This Tablet Placed Aug. . . . Map (db m120447) HM
5New York (Montgomery County), St. Johnsville — Klock’s Church
500 feet north on hill. 1750 St. John’s Reformed Church, school and cemetery. Site of Mohawk Valley pioneers and Revolutionary War soldiers.Map (db m137555) HM
6New York (Montgomery County), St. Johnsville — 223 — Klock’s Field
On October 19, 1780 British forces were defeated in Revolutionary War battle ending their raid of Mohawk and Schoharie valleysMap (db m137551) HM
7New York (Montgomery County), St. Johnsville — Nellis Tavern
Has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980 by the United States Department of the Interior.Map (db m137586) HM
8New York (Montgomery County), St. Johnsville — Parrot Rifle
Transferred to Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Park by Alonzo Smith Post No. 356 G.A.R Dept. of N.Y. C.W. Scudder, Com., C. W. Lambert, Adj. 1922 This gun was in active service during the Civil WarMap (db m137988) WM
9New York (Montgomery County), St. Johnsville — St. Johnsville War Memorial
Dedicated in grateful tribute to the men and women of St. Johnsville who served in the armed forces of our countryMap (db m137564) WM
10New York (Montgomery County), St. Johnsville — Welcome to St. JohnsvilleHome of Ultra Runner John Geesler
1st U.S. Male to win 24 hr. Nat’l Championship 3 times 1996 147.1 Miles 2000 157.9 Miles 2002 138.6 Miles 2002 48 hrs. 231 MilesMap (db m137535) HM
May. 7, 2021