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Napanoch Churches and News items and more pictures
of in and around Napanoch

Napanoch Dutch Reformed Church and Parsonage.1911.
 Durch Reformed Church was Organized in 1745.
The church was built in 1840. It No longer exist.

Another picture of the old Napanoch Reformed Church.

 Ellenville Journal News Article. 1951

Napanoch News items in the year 1939 and view of the Reformed church.
Note: First news item mentions E.C. Chase, teacher of 7th and 8th grade
 at the Napanoch School.

Methodist Church 1906. The cornerstone was  laid for this building in
 October of 1869.The church is located on the corner St.Mark's Place
Clinton Street.

More Pictures of in and around Napanoch

Left:The old Hoornbeek store and The Doll residents Early 1800s. William
 Doll a man  of prominence  not only in early  Napanoch and of  the Town of
 Wawarsing  but  also  in  Ulster County  as well.   He came to Napanoch in
1802.    Built   this  home  about 1803.   It was  the home of  the Lewis D.B.
 Hoornbeek   family  from  1869  for  over 100 years.  The Store which was
attached to the home was added on around 1804 -05.

 Right: Old Post Office.The Napanoch Post Ofice was established in
1844.  Henry Kuhfeldt [seated in front of the building] was appointed
 the postmaster in 1906.

Napanoch Doll House House Early 1800s
Painting by Bill Winters 2008-NFS
From the collection of Mr and Mrs Gil Davis

    Left:Post Office on Main Street. 1967          
Right: Napanoch Reformatory and Wardens Home      
Left:Old Picture of the Napanoch Reformatory. Year?
 Right:  Home  of Mr.  and Mrs. Adna  H. Southwick of
  the  D&H  Canal days  and very active  in the early in-
dustries of Napanoch.  
 The  Elks Club is now located on this site. Painting by  
Mme. Elizabeth Shoumatoff.

The following  pictures are a gift from
Nicholas Avinoff Shoumatoff

The Southwick Home. Our home in the 1920s at  Napanoch, NY.

Left:My aunt Zoric  Ward  and my father,  Nicholas  Shoumatoff.
Right:  My grandmother Alexandra Panaev Avinoff,her daughter
 Elizabeth Shoumatoff,  and my father Nicholas Shoumatoff were
 taken on the Southwick lawn.

In memrory of John D. Irwin of Napanoch, NY
 by Roberta O'Connor

John D. Irwin on the right
  The above photo submitted by Roberta O'Connor

John  D. Irwin  was my  GG  grandfather,  DOB  3/21/1834-DOD  9/15/1917
in Lackawack,  NY.   He  fought  in  the Civil  War.  He  enlisted   8/8/1862 in
 the 120th  Infantry,  NY  Reg. E  Company and was discharged 10-17-1863.
Lost his  right arm  in Chancellorsville. After   his  right   hand   was  shot  off
 they  amputated  the rest  of the arm. He married Mary Sarah Marie"Rosella
Eck and they had 12 children.

Roberta O'Connor

     Napanoch Correctional Facility 1925     Another View of the Correctional Facility

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