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Warren County
New York

Established April 6, 1807 as Rochester (from Bolton, NY)
Renamed Hague by the state legislature on April 6, 1808
(More dates, see also: Hague-on-Lake George)

Early Incidents of Hague as told by
Mrs. Hoyt Johnson (nee Rebecca Bevins).

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"The beauty of the lake and the solitary grandeur of the mountain scenery of this town render it a favorite resort for hunting and fishing parties and the lovers of the beautiful in nature."
(Full article: Hague as described in the 1860 NYS Gazetter)

Cemetery Listings  (Updated 04/15/17)

Census Information (04/01/16)

Military Listings (07/02/2015)

Vital Records (Updated 11/28/17)

Hague Town Minutes 1807 - 1821 (12/31/06)

Hague's Memorial Markers  (05/02/12)

The History of Hague (03/04/07)

The Early Hotels of Hague (10/02/08)

The Rising House (01/10/07)

The Churches of Hague (05/30/2013)

The History of the Wesleyan Methodist Church (05/30/2013)   

The Roads of Hague (03/06/07)

The People of Hague (Index of Names)  (10/02/08)

Early Families of Hague (01/07/08)

Family Page Data (Updated - 12/11/17)
(from data submitted by descendents of early Hague residents)

Maple Syrup - By Rollin K. De Larm

Mineral Spring Farm, New Hague

The "Public Life" of James C. Leach (04/19/09)

Hunting and Fishing - Sport, Food, or Both? (04/19/09)


Important Offsite Links for Hague researchers (Updated - 01/04/17)


Good reading for researchers (07/05/11) 


Date last updated: December 11, 2017   (Maintained by Bruce De Larm)   Hits since 10/16/2006:

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