Old Dutch Church – Kingston

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272 Wall Street
Kingston, New York 12401
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Autumn steeple reflection in a puddle

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Site of first Old Dutch Church built 1661

Erected

  • 1927 by the state of New York
  • 2008 by National Park Service – US Government Department of the Interior

What was there

Old Dutch Church

What is there now

The original church has been rebuilt several times.  The current structure was built in 1852 and the cemetery on the grounds predates it, with the earliest known burial in 1710.  The interior stained glass is by Louis Comfort Tiffany.  Today, it’s called the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church.

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Kelly Lucero



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  • Old Dutch Church
  • National Register of Historic Places plaque
  • Front
  • Church spire
  • Historical information
  • Historical information
  • George Clinton plaque
  • George Clinton's grave
  • Torch atop George Clinton's grave marker
  • Worship
  • Door
  • Plaque
  • Scrolling shadows
  • Plaque commemorating George Washington's visit
  • Church lawn - cemetery
  • Above a doorway
  • Autumn steeple reflection in a puddle
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Posted: October 29, 2011

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Category: Catskills, Locations, Ulster County

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