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Originally called Rich's Settlement. Settled in 1804 by a party led by Salmon Rich and Jonathan Haskins. Inc. March 29, 1880
Poet of the Adirondacks who campaigned nationwide for woman's suffrage. Lived in Richville during 1850s
This Ornamental Lighting Equipment presented to Gouverneur in memory of H. H. Noble Citizen of the village from 1873 to 1925 One · who · loved · the · town Its · traditions · Its …
have been placed on the National Historical Registry 2015
This tablet erected to commemorate the establishment of the Richville Welsh Congregational Church in 1858 and the erection of this building in 1859 Also the migration of the first Welsh settlers Ministers Who Have Served As Pastors Rev. Thoma…
This Hallowed Ground is dedicated to the memory of all Veterans of the United States Armed Forces
Private Isaac Plumb · Private John Lyon Private David Ford · Private Seth Ranney Private James Battel Captain & Quartermaster David Judson Clerk & Quartermaster Nathan Ford
Dedicated to the memory of World War Veterans
In Memory of All Veterans
In loving memory — of — Francis Findlay Hanbidge 1st Lieut. Medical Corps U.S.A. Second Division A.E.F. Died in the service of his country January 31st 1918 Age 31 years His body rests in the Meuse-Argonne Cemetery in Fran…
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