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In Honor OfThe Men of YorktownWho Rendered Service InThe World War1917 - 1919David E. Ackerman · John F. Anders · Harry E. Anderson · J. Colridge Archer · William M. Archer · Jesse W. Barger · Harrison S. …
In memory of the Underhillswho lived, worshiped, and died near here.They were the descendants of Nathanialson of Captain John Underhillwho arrived at Boston in 1630.
In memory of the Patriots of the American Revolution who lie buried in this churchyard.
Hezekiah Davis · George Hamilton · Captain Gilbert Lyons · Major Samuel Pell · Colonel David I. Pell · Philip Pell &middo…
Union Hotel stood on this corner about 1800 to 1890. Owned by Enoch Crosby Jr., later by Simeon M. Tompkins. Stage stop N.Y.-Albany & Somers.
Erected in memory of Gen. John C. Freemont "The Pathfinder" a former resident of Sleepy Hollow.
Founded 1796 by Rev. John Barnet Matthias, itinerant preacher. Church first incorporated in 1807. This building erected 1837.
Their locations were fixed by Benjamin Franklin the Deputy Postmaster General who for that purpose drove a chaise with a distance recorder over the route. Restored to this its original position June 1st, 1927, by the Village of Rye.'Remove not the…
This is one of some 230 markers erected on the Boston Post Road in 1763
Their locations were fixed by Benjamin Franklin the Deputy Postmaster General who for that purpose drove a chaise with a distance recorder over the route.Restored to this i…
Pre-Revolutionary place of interment of one of Rye's early families. This tract of land was purchased by Joseph Purdy from John Budd in 1685.
Has been designated a National Historic Landmark. This District possesses national significance in commemorating the history of the United States of America. 1993. National Park Service United States Department of the Interior.