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Pawling, New York, USA

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Where is Pawling, New York, USA? 

Pawling, Dutchess, New York, USA
Pawling is a town in Dutchess County, New York, United States. The town is named after Catherine Pauling, the daughter of Henry Beekman, who held the second largest land patent in the county. A misprint caused the U to change to a W and the name stuck.

The Town of Pawling is in the southeast part of the county. The town has a village of Pawling.

Communities and locations in the Town of Pawling:
Baker Corner – A hamlet east of Hurd Corners.
Holmes – A hamlet in the southwest part of the town.
Hurd Corners – A hamlet north of Pawling village.
Mizzentop Day School – A school for children located in the center of the town
Quaker Hill – A hamlet near the east town line, northeast of Pawling village.
Pawling – The Village of Pawling.
West Pawling – A hamlet on Route 55, northwest of Pawling village.
Whaley Lake – A lake by the west town line.
Woodinville – A hamlet west of Pawling village.Wikipedia


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Pawling, New York, USA - Dutcher House and Grounds, Pawling, N. Y.
Pawling, New York, USA

Dutcher House and Grounds, Pawling, N. Y.
Pawling, New York, USA - Dapplemere Farm. Residence of Thomas E. Dewey, Pawling, N. Y.
Pawling, New York, USA

Dapplemere Farm. Residence of Thomas E. Dewey, Pawling, N. Y.
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Pawling, New York, USA

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1742 - (Pawling) - Quakers establish Oblong Meeting House in 1742

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1767 - (Pawling) - The Quakers of the Oblong Friends Meeting abolished slavery

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1778 - (Pawling) From September to November 1778, General Washington resided in and used John Kane’s house in Pawling as his headquarters.

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1788 - Town of Pawling founded

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1807 - Part of Pawling is taken to create town of Dover

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1848 - The New York and Harlem Railroad reached Pawling on December 31, 1848

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News  1871 - Circus Riot
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1906
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Ancestors Who Were Born Here


Adsit
flag  Betsey ADSIT (26 January 1786, Pawling, New York, USA - 7 October 1816, Stanford, Dutchess, New York, USA)

Almy
flag  Almon ALMY (1805, Pawling, New York, USA - 10 February 1861, Forest, Hardin County, Ohio, USA)
flag  Clark ALMY (1794, Pawling, New York, USA - 1795, , New York, USA)
flag  Egbert Carey ALMY (1811, Pawling, New York, USA - 20 November 1883, Greenwich, New York, USA) gravestone
flag  Harry ALMY (1796, Pawling, New York, USA - 1797, , New York, USA)
flag  Robert ALMY (1806, Pawling, New York, USA - 16 March 1841, Schaghticoke, New York, USA) gravestone
flag  Sarah ALMY (1792, Pawling, New York, USA - aft. 1855, )
flag  Thomas J ALMY (December 1814, Pawling, New York, USA - 11 September 1877, Easton, New York, USA) gravestone

Arnold
flag  Alpha ARNOLD (7 January 1797, Pawling, New York, USA - 1 November 1881, Ledyard, New York, USA (Aurora)) gravestone

Burch
flag  Henry BURCH (16 June 1771, Pawling, New York, USA - 27 April 1840, Johnsonville, New York, USA) gravestone

Gifford
flag  Delilah GIFFORD (27 August 1783, Pawling, New York, USA - 5 February 1862, , Dutchess County, New York, USA)

Mosher
flag  George MOSHER (22 May 1772, Pawling, New York, USA - 21 August 1864, Greenfield, New York, USA) gravestone

Tripp
flag  Samuel TRIPP (6 April 1794, Pawling, New York, USA - 21 March 1872, Ledyard, New York, USA (Aurora)) gravestone

White
flag  Alfred M WHITE (1812, Pawling, New York, USA - 20 March 1879, Sheffield, Massachusetts, USA)
 

Ancestors Who Died Here


Arnold
flag  David ARNOLD (25 April 1769, Smithfield, Rhode Island, USA (Esmond) (Georgiaville) - 19 September 1831, Pawling, New York, USA)

Conner
immigrant flag  Jeremiah CONNER (1847, , Ireland - 19 January 1870, Pawling, New York, USA)

Davol
flag  Sarah DAVOL (abt. 1722, Dartmouth, Massachusetts, USA (Bliss Corner) (Smith Mills) - abt. 1809, Pawling, New York, USA)
 

Ancestors Who Were Married Here


1821
Samuel TRIPP (6 April 1794 - 21 March 1872) & Alpha ARNOLD (7 January 1797 - 1 November 1881)
married 15 March 1821
 

Cemeteries in Pawling, New York, USA

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