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Re: “7 Key Moments in Warwick's History

Thanks for a great article! You've picked out some of Warwick's most significant moments and personalities, indeed!

A few corrections and addenda,:

The Bellvale Forge was NOT destroyed, merely temporarily closed.... it was operational during the Revolutionary War. Primary Documents prove this. Gen. John Hathorn, militia leader and member of the 1st Congress of the United States, resided here; and one of the four who decided placement of the Great Chain across the Hudson.

The Village of Florida was the birthplace and home of William Henry Seward until he moved away as an adult-- Lincoln's Secretary of State.

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Posted by Hathorn-Society Gardner Sue on 07/03/2019 at 11:21 AM

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