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This stone and tablet has been erected by the Cornelia Beekman Chapter Jr. Sons and Daughters of the Revolution November 28, 1914, with the consent of the rector, wardens and the vestrymen of St. Peter's Church, to mark the place where this origin…
Dates to 1752. ManyRevolutionary War patriotshere include 7 Frenchsoldiers and John Paulding,a captor of Major Andre.
Saint Peter's ChurchyardChurch built in 1767andOld Van Cortlandtville Cemeteryadjoining on the southeast
In this burying-ground are interredForty Four known soldiersin the war of the American Revolution.There is a monument toJohn Pauldingerecte…
In this churchyardor the adjoining old cemeteryis buried in an unknown graveSeth Pomeroythe first Commander of the American ArmyAs senior Brigadier General in February 1775the churchyard and primarily the plot ofJeremiah Drakea vestryman of the ch…
Services in this building were attended by General George Washington at times when he stayed nearby. This building was also used as an Army Hospital by French General Rochambeau before and after The Battle of Yorktown Virginia 1781-2.
To the memory of the Heroes of theAmerican Revolution1771 - 1783buried in this churchyard
Maj. Gen. Seth Pomeroy · Col. James Thompson · Col. Samuel Drake · Lieut. Col. Gilbert Drake · Capt. Jasper Drake · Cap…
We rememberthese French Soldiers who gavetheir lives for our independencein our old St. Peter's buildingyears 1781 - 1782
Lieutenant de Mauvis · Jean Bonnair · Jean Joseph Paquay · Alexis Labrue · Joseph Duguin &midd…
This tablet is placedbyPierre VanCortlandt Chapter,Daughters ofthe American Revolution,on the 160th Anniversary ofthe erection of this churchto commemorate the fact thatGeorge Washingtonworshipped in this buildingand as a tribute tothe memory ofLt…
Services began in 1767.Gen. Washington reportedlyread morning prayer here.Was used as a hospitalfor French troops, 1781-82.
was listed on theNew York State Registerof Historic Placeson March 3, 1989and listed on theNational Registerof Historic Placeson April 7, 1989
Van Cortlandtville Historical Society2004