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Founded 1839 by John Jacques
Winery passed to sons John, Oren and Charles.
In 1885 Brotherhood began operation.
Greycourt to Newburgh branch built by New York & Erie RR 1850. Only branch line built by Erie RR in operation for 129 years.
Covered BridgeBrooks' Bridge built 1840 Blooming Grove and Greycourt Turnpike. Replaced in 1922
Birthsite of Dr. Thomas Young who in 1773 as an associate of Samuel Adams led the disquised Indians at the Boston Tea Party. This house was erected later in 1764 by John Welling.
This tablet is erected in honor of the men and women of the Town of Blooming Grove who served their country in World War II1941 and 1945 in memory of those who gave their livesEugene C. Akers · Ralph Cyphers · Harry A. Devit ·…
This tablet is erected in honor of the men and women of the Town of Blooming Grove who served their country 1917 in the World War 1919 and in memory of those who gave their lives Sgt. Chadwick Gerow Killed in action at Bellicourt, France - Septem…
This tablet is erected in honor of the men and women of the Town of Blooming Grove who served their country in the Korean and Vietnam Wars and in memory of those who gave their lives
David Von Eschen, Jr.Patrick F. Van Duynhoven James W. Smith …
Gift of David Moffat 1839-1911, financier and railroad magnate. Built 1886-87 on homesite of his grandfather, Samuel Moffat, a village founder. Windows by Tiffany.
Site of government seat and town social center often visited by George Washington 1765-1799