“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Livingston, New York
Livingston Marker<br>(<i>wide view • Livingston Town Hall in background</i>) image, Touch for more information
By Cosmos Mariner, July 4, 2019
Livingston Marker
(wide view • Livingston Town Hall in background)
1New York (Columbia County), Livingston — Livingston
The present village of Livingston was formerly called Johnstown after John Livingston.Map (db m136495) HM
2New York (Columbia County), Livingston — Town of Livingston - 1788
Contained Bakers Mills, Blue Stores, Burden, Elizaville, Glenco Mills, Linlithgo, and Walker’s Mills.Map (db m136496) HM
3New York (Columbia County), Livingston — Johnstown
Named for John Livingston, settler. Livingston Post Office 1805. Had a Revolutionary Stage Inn and Linlithgo Reformed Church.Map (db m136497) HM
4New York (Columbia County), Livingston — Livingston Town Hall
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
5New York (Columbia County), Livingston — Alida Livingston1656-1727
Alida Livingston, a capable courageous and diligent manager of her husband’s manor, she helped to settle Columbia County. George E. Pataki, GovernorMap (db m136499) HM
Apr. 17, 2021