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The expansive Mead family poses at one of their many homes in Waccabuc. W e see their names on street signs, in schools, and at train stations. The families who cobbled our county together from Native American land were Dutch settlers, English aristocrats, and French Protestants seeking religious freedom. Their legacies are all around us, if we know where to look. Here are the stories of four First Families, as seen through the eyes and memories of the descendants who still live here.

His sons and grandsons were abolitionists, diplomats, philanthropists, social movers and shakers. Seven generations of Jays called Bedford House home. Now the John Jay Homestead, the property has been a state historic site since Five years later, when John was named Minister to Spain, she traveled with him to Europe on seas patrolled by British frigates.

They left their young son, Peter Augustus, behind with relatives, for his safety. She had become pregnant on the voyage to Spain, but her baby daughter later died.

She bore two more girls, one in Madrid and one in Paris. Sarah would have five surviving children altogether, two sons and three daughters. When not enduring the perils of childbirth, Sarah attended the opera with Marquis de Lafayette, and watched, with Franklin, the first hot-air balloon rise above the rooftops of Paris. Seven generations of Jays lived in that house. They were descendants of William Jay, the younger son.

This is where Bedford becomes chic. She was a civic leader and philanthropist, a socialite, and an early trustee at the Rippowan Sisqua School. In , when the newly formed United Nations was searching for a permanent home, Iselin offered her property.

Almost three centuries later, the family resemblance is startling: Reich has the Jay aquiline nose and regal carriage. A dedicated horsewoman and noted equestrian sculptor, Weenie left an unhappy marriage and went out West with her daughter Hope. Her sister, my grandmother Dorothy, was less fiery, more thoughtful, and warm. They were independent souls. Memorial services for Wade were held in Montana and at St. Jay himself, and descendants of Peter Augustus, are buried in the family plot behind the Rye mansion, now called the Jay Heritage Center.

At the Jay Homestead, Reich enters a charming bedroom on the second floor. This is where Sarah Jay died, only a year after she and John finally fulfilled their long-held dream of retiring here. He lived in Bedford another 28 years, never remarrying. As for Reich, she tries to carry on the legacy of the Jay women through the importance of family. How one family founded—and protected—the hamlet that bears their name. Determined to streamline the railway, the Commission wanted to reduce passenger service and completely cut freight service to tiny Purdys Station.

But in his pocket, Thomas Purdy had his trump card: But Isaac knew that a village would sprout up around the railroad, and he was right. He promptly opened a post office and appointed himself the postmaster. The hamlet needed Purdys Station to attract commuters and maintain property values. Now, in , the State was looking to back out of the deal, claiming that, after years, the covenant was moot.

He put up his hand and asked if he could approach the bench. Only 20 acres of that original 1, remain in the family; the rest has been sold over the years. Tim remembers holiday meals in the parlor now the main dining room , and the Irish cook named Katy who made such delicious desserts: The cow barns are horse facilities.

The father of all Purdys in this region, Francis, settled in Fairfield, Connecticut. His progeny drifted like dandelion seeds in the wind, landing throughout Westchester, from Rye to Croton-on-Hudson. His five sons were among the first settlers in Rye, and their progeny helped found White Plains.

They bought this land because it was the confluence of the Titicus and Croton Rivers, and they needed the river to float logs to the Hudson. The American Revolution divided all those Purdys into two camps: The North Salem Purdys were fierce patriots. During the Revolution, Joseph and some compatriots captured a Tory cattle thief and strung him on a giant oak in front of the homestead, once, twice, three times, trying to extract information.

The tree is long gone, but the legend lives on. The family has farmland in Iowa as well. He runs the Iowa farms from his offices yards from the homestead, sitting behind the same desk where his father spent his last morning, balancing his checkbook before passing later that day at the age of Old family photos hang on the walls, and Tim can dig up the old deed that his father relied on to secure Purdys Station.

While he clearly values his inheritance, he downplays being one of the Purdys who founded Purdys: Susan Henry in pink shirt , the only Mead left in Waccabuc, stands with other descendants on the steps of the Mead Memorial Chapel.

They make up a board that meets every year. As the story goes, on the way back to Connecticut, their horse died near Long Pond now Waccabuc Lake. Since they loved the area, they stayed, built a house, opened a tavern, started a family, built another house, and began to buy up farmland around them.

Their son Alphred and his wife, Polly, had seven children. One of them, George Washington Mead, had 12 children, 11 of whom lived to adulthood. The Meads were extraordinarily close-knit, and Waccabuc became their summer colony, where they built lovely homes and embraced a lifestyle rooted in the outdoors and family bonds.

George Mead was born in at the family homestead. A whiz at real estate, he bought land in New Haven while a student at Yale. They wintered in a brownstone in Brooklyn Heights but spent summers on his ancestral land in Waccabuc. In , his brothers, Erastus and Martin, built a lakeside hotel that drew fashionable city dwellers on the new railroad that stopped at Katonah and Goldens Bridge. In , the Meads completed Tarry-a-Bit, a grand Queen Anne large enough to hold their growing family.

One by one, the 11 Mead children built their summer homes on or near Mead Street. They traveled frequently—Egypt, Ceylon, Europe—but Waccabuc was their North Star, a rural paradise where they could ice-fish in the winter, canoe on the lake, and drive their Model Ts down the dirt road, unpaved until the s. Today, there is only one Mead ancestor left on Mead Street. Susan Henry, age 81, lives with her husband in the Alphred Mead Homestead.

The tiny post office still stands on Mead Street. George Mead near right, with his dog and his sons by the lake. Real estate developments in Connecticut and Brooklyn failed to pay off. As time went on, they became land-poor. Some factions of the family wanted to sell it; others, like my father, wanted to move slowly, think it out, plan it.

Mead Street today is a sort of outdoor residential museum, with nature conservancies and three-acre zoning. The old Mead houses still stand, lovingly restored by new owners.

On a driving tour of Mead Street, Susan Henry points out the houses by name: Elmdon, Fairacres, Hendy Hap, Tradinock. Tarry-a-Bit sits on a private road, past the tiny dollhouse of a post office. Of course non-Meads were allowed to live on Mead Street, says Henry.

Sarah Mead commissioned it to honor George, who passed away in It gives the street a reverential air, interrupted only by the throaty purr of luxury sedans. It might have gone the way of New Amsterdam, for all we know. Both descendants of the same Dutch settlers, the two women had never met before this photo was taken. Van Tassell, 45, an IT manager at a multinational bank in Manhattan, grew up in Yorktown, weaned on stories of how her family went all the way back to the first Dutch settlers.

After moving to Tarrytown in , during a visit to the historical society, she found a thick blue binder. It was the Van Tassell family genealogy, compiled at the dawn of the 20 th century by one Daniel Van Tassel, a local newspaper editor and historian.

There are 2, family members. Tara found a great-grandparent No. In , their son Jan married and moved to what is now Verplank. Their son Cornelis had 14 children by two wives; they went forth and multiplied, exponentially. They were salt-of-the-earth people: They fought in the French-Indian War and the American Revolution, and afterward bought their farms from the Commissioner of Forfeiture.

Many of them are buried in the Old Dutch church yard. Tara volunteers at the local historical society and the Old Dutch Church, where she helps lead tours of the historic cemetery.

Washington Irving is buried in the neighboring Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. His is the grave everyone comes to see. The story is well known. Irving based many of his characters on real Sleepy Hollow denizens, and, in , while living abroad, he would publish the story that made him famous and give the Van Tassels literary immortality.

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Every person who lived there was a meth head. Most had crammed in a 2br with a building shared bath. The noise, the pollution, the fights.. They traveled frequently—Egypt, Ceylon, Europe—but Waccabuc was their North Star, a rural paradise where they could ice-fish in the winter, canoe on the lake, and drive their Model Ts down the dirt road, unpaved until the s.

Today, there is only one Mead ancestor left on Mead Street. Susan Henry, age 81, lives with her husband in the Alphred Mead Homestead. The tiny post office still stands on Mead Street. George Mead near right, with his dog and his sons by the lake. Real estate developments in Connecticut and Brooklyn failed to pay off.

As time went on, they became land-poor. Some factions of the family wanted to sell it; others, like my father, wanted to move slowly, think it out, plan it. Mead Street today is a sort of outdoor residential museum, with nature conservancies and three-acre zoning. The old Mead houses still stand, lovingly restored by new owners.

On a driving tour of Mead Street, Susan Henry points out the houses by name: Elmdon, Fairacres, Hendy Hap, Tradinock. Tarry-a-Bit sits on a private road, past the tiny dollhouse of a post office.

Of course non-Meads were allowed to live on Mead Street, says Henry. Sarah Mead commissioned it to honor George, who passed away in It gives the street a reverential air, interrupted only by the throaty purr of luxury sedans.

It might have gone the way of New Amsterdam, for all we know. Both descendants of the same Dutch settlers, the two women had never met before this photo was taken. Van Tassell, 45, an IT manager at a multinational bank in Manhattan, grew up in Yorktown, weaned on stories of how her family went all the way back to the first Dutch settlers.

After moving to Tarrytown in , during a visit to the historical society, she found a thick blue binder. It was the Van Tassell family genealogy, compiled at the dawn of the 20 th century by one Daniel Van Tassel, a local newspaper editor and historian. There are 2, family members. Tara found a great-grandparent No.

In , their son Jan married and moved to what is now Verplank. Their son Cornelis had 14 children by two wives; they went forth and multiplied, exponentially. They were salt-of-the-earth people: They fought in the French-Indian War and the American Revolution, and afterward bought their farms from the Commissioner of Forfeiture. Many of them are buried in the Old Dutch church yard. Tara volunteers at the local historical society and the Old Dutch Church, where she helps lead tours of the historic cemetery.

Washington Irving is buried in the neighboring Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. His is the grave everyone comes to see. The story is well known. Irving based many of his characters on real Sleepy Hollow denizens, and, in , while living abroad, he would publish the story that made him famous and give the Van Tassels literary immortality.

By the time Irving returned to Tarrytown in , he had made the Van Tassels a household name. Coincidentally or perhaps not , he bought the land for Sunnyside from a Van Tassel. Otherwise, the Van Tassels of the Tarrytowns never prospered from their famous name.

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