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Capt. John Wisner, 1722 - 78 Colonial Wars & RevolutionPurchased 2064 acres in 1766 House built by great-grandson Henry B. Wisner, 1840
Settled early 1700's by the Post family. Named for the idyllic slopes of Mts. Adam & Eve. Known tor its unique minerals.
Established 1796. Old Loc. Church built 1800. Current structure 1868, bell tower casualty of storm 1920's. 1868 1000-lb. bell in use.
One of original counties of the Province of New York, established 1683 by Gov. Thomas Dongan, named for William, Prince of Orange.
Residence site of James Burt1761-1852Lieutenant in RevolutionAssemblyman and Senator1797-1826
Built 1810Organized 1764·James BenedictElderOrdained Nov. 7, 1765·
Village of WarwickHistoric Districtlisted on bothNew York State & NationalRegisters of Historic Places
Warwick Chapter No. 508 Order ofthe Eastern Star organized in 1911.In 1928 when this bldg. was builtby Warwick Masonic Lodge No. 544F. & A.M. OES met here until1993 when they merged with QueenEsther Chapter No. 163 Middletown, N.Y.
James Benedict ordained and installed as pastor Nov. 7, 1765 was the first minister and this the first church in the valley. He died Sept. 9, 1792 aged 72 years. His wife, Mary Blackman, is buried beside him in this churchyard, which is filled wit…
This park was purchased by the Village of Warwick with state fund; corporate and individual donations to the Warwick Conservancy, Inc.