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This historic house in the Ulster County town of Saugerties, New York was built in 1705. Named Holland Hall, it was originally a one-story Dutch limestone farmhouse, but by 1840 it was greatly expanded. One of its earliest inhabitants was the Reverend John Crawford and his wife, Catharine. Crawford served in the Revolution from the age of 16 until he was 22. In 1794, he married Catharine Trumpbour and lived here with her until his death in 1851 at 91 years old. Between 1885 and 1916, it was the home of Arad Joy Sebring, the pastor of nearby Katsbaan Reformed Church. Today, its fine appearance is due to a major reconstruction and renovation that was begun in 1975.

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