Gallupville

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The town of Wright in Schoharie County borders the western edge of the Albany Hilltowns. The two hamlets are:

  • Gallupville – A hamlet in the southwest part of the town by the intersection of NY-146 and NY-443. It is also the location of the first settlement in the town. The Gallupville Evangelical Lutheran Church, Gallupville Methodist Church, and Gallupville House are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Shutter Corners – A hamlet northwest of Gallupville on Route 443.

Gallupville residents are often related to residents in the four Albany County, NY Hilltowns or Helderberg Hilltowns located in the northwest part of Albany County. The four Hilltowns are Berne, Knox, Rensselaerville, and Westerlo.

    Oral History of the Town of Wright

Allan Burton compiled the above oral histories in 1963 while he was serving as the town historian, they include Gallupville, West Berne and Waldonville

Gallupville Biographies

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Hilltown Gallupville Biographies will not appear on a search on this part of the site. Click here for more information.

Maps

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Numerous maps have been found, some dating back 250 years. Click here for more information.

History

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Gallupville's History appears in many publications. Click here for more information.


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Military History

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From the beginning residents of Gallupville have served in the military. Click here for more information.

Family Histories and Genealogy

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Hilltown Family Histories and Genealogy provide details beyond the usual genealogy chart. Visit www.BerneHistory.org for complete genealogies of most Hilltown residents. Click here for more information.

Farms and Lots

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Hilltown Farms and Lots mirror the history of the people and area. Click here for more information.

Historic Homes

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Hilltown historic homes range from grand estates to humble homes. Click here for more information.

Churches

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Churches played a major role in the lives of Gallupville residents. Click here for more information.

Cemeteries

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From 1936 through 1940 William A. Brinkman, Historian, Town of Guilderland, compiled a list of the cemeteries and family burying grounds in the Town of Gallupville. He missed one or two, or maybe a few. Click here for more information

Schools

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Gallupvillehad 15 one-room schools before the joined the Berne-Knox-Westerlo district. Click here for more information.

Organizations

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Organizations in Gallupvillewere an important part of town life. Click here for more information.

Businesses

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Gallupville businesses thrived for generations. Click here for more information.

Hamlets and Communities

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Gallupville has had many hamlets, but most have disappeared. Click here for more information.

Photo Gallery

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Post Cards and Photos of Gallupville are grouped in this section. Many of the pictures appear in individual stories. Click here for more information.

External Links

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Gallupville Today

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Gallupville Today offers many activities for visitors and residents. Click here for more information.


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