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Honoring the celebrated landscape
architect, associate of Frederick Law
Olmstead, who designed the cemetery
Hillside Cemetery has be…
The existence of the Firemen's Memorial Fountain in Thrall Park is due largely to the efforts of Mr. J. B. Wheeler. The fountain, with its seven foot statue of a uniformed fireman holding a baby in his arm, is symbolic of and dedicated to the Volu…
has been placed on the
of Historic Places
by the United States
Department of the Interior
Wallkill Transit Co. 1912-1924
Power generated for
in this historic building,
Burials from 1804 including Samuel Mapes, 1735 - 1820. Soldier of Revolution, signer of pledge to sustain Continental Congress.
Corwins were early settlers. Silas G. Corwin built brick home c. 1863 Mount Hope Supervisor, Joseph K. Corwin was born here May 25, 1869.
Early Middletown promoter Elisha P. Wheeler; philanthropists Webb and Eugene Horton & S. Maretta Thrall; inventor George N. Clemson, civic leader James N. Pronk.
Hillside Cemetery, 1861. Picturesque design by Clavert Vaux, renowned Anglo-American architect, and co-designer of Central Park in New York City.
Organized June 10, 1785First and only church in vicinity for 40 yearsThird edifice erected here 1872
J. France home converted to hotel, 1872. Long known as Russell House, burned in 1907. Later Mitchell Inn, on this site 1908-1963.