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This historic stone house in Hurley, New York was built circa 1720 by one of the earliest settlers of the areas, the Bevier family. Built originally as a one-room cottage, the house stands on the foundation of a wooden house that was believed to have been burned during the Second Esopus War. In 1752, Lucas Elmendorf purchased the house. During the Revolutionary War, Lucas would serve as a sergeant in the First Ulster Foot Regiment. By 1887, Richard M. Bevier, purchased the house and lived here with his wife, Garetle.

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