Panel 2: 1716. From "Murals in the Rhinebeck Post Office:" "Sunday before the new First Church, union of Calvinists and Lutherans, at Wey's Crossing, center of the Palatine colony. In 1729 the Lutherans moved to the site of the present Stone...
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Newspaper clipping reporting on a Historical Society of Middletown and Wallkill Precinct meeting featuring Frank Durland’s paper on the importance of Chester in history. Apparently, this was clipped from Dr. Wesley Wait's copy of the newspaper.
The first Dutch Reformed Church in Tappan was built in 1716 and was the site of John Andre's trial. A bigger church was erected in 1788 and a grander edifice in 1835. (The congregation is still active and in an even newer building.)