St. Paul’s Church

St. Paul’s Church

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National Historic Site in Mt. Vernon

St. Paul's Church

Courtesy Westchester Cty. Hist. Society

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Wood Engraving of St. Paul’s Church, 1855
National Historic Site in Mt. Vernon

St. Paul's Church Wood Engraving - 1855

Courtesy Westchester Cty. Hist. Society

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Interior of St. Paul’s Church
Built in 1795

St. Paul's Church Interior - 2005

Courtesy Westchester Cty. Hist. Society

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Plan of the Pews, St. Paul’s Church, 1788
National Historic Site in Mt. Vernon

St. Paul's Church - Plan of the pews - 1788. From P.O.P

Courtesy Westchester Cty. Hist. Society

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St. Paul’s Church Bell, ca. 2005
“Sister of the Liberty Bell” in Philadelphia

St. Paul's Church, Bell

Courtesy Westchester Cty. Hist. Society

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Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt at St. Paul’s Church, 1931
His mother, Sarah Delano Roosevelt, was a benefactor of the church where a Delano ancestor had been a vestryman.Gov. FDR, St. Paul's Church 1931

Courtesy Eastchester Hist. Society

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Headstone of Charles Turnbull, died 1795
Turnbull was Rev. War Veteran

Headstone of Revolutionary War Vetern-Turnbull. Died-1795

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Gravestone of Richard Shute, 1704
Shute was Eastchester’s first Town Clerk

Gravestone of Richard Shute, 1704

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