A house sketch by A. Croste. This house Mrs. Vanderbilt wrote in her "History of Flatbush" was built in Flatbush's earliest days (mid l600s) by a member of the Waldron family and had descended through the Fish and Strycker families to Michael Neefus who owned it in l842. This info from a book "An Album of New Netherland" by Maude Esther Dillard, Twayne Publishers, New York City l963. My thanks to Author Shirley E. Dunn for her kindness in sending the pictured sketch and info to me. Dunn is author of many works including Dutch Architecture near Albany, the Polgreen Photographs (l996) a great inspiration to me while writing my "Manhattan Seeds of the Big Apple"-Gloria Waldron Hukle
Posted on December 7, 2011
NEW -Beneath the Elmsby
Gloria Waldron Hukle Published August 2020 is the heartfelt story of
the struggles and ever-changing lives of one deeply rooted, gritty, mid
19th century American family, their neighbors and friends, and the
entwining relationships of all as they go about living in a small, rural
New York township before the Civil War.
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Family Life and Historical Novel
Gloria Waldron Hukle is the author of five books available Amazon.
Manhattan Seeds of the Big Apple
Threads An American Tapestry
Souls of the Soil
The Diary of a Northern Moon
newly published "Beneath the Elms" Author Signed copies of "Beneath the Elms and other Hukle titles can be purchased through Heavenly Hollow and the Bookstore at Warren County Historical Society 50 Gurney Lane, Queensbury, New York 12804