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Town Of Conesville, NY
Welcome to the Town of Conesville Guide. This is a comprehensive resource for both visitors and residents of the town. Learn about all the latest news, information and events, as well as the history of the area.
The first non-Native American inhabitants settled in the area during 1764. At that time it was known as Dies Manor. However is wasn’t until 1836, when parts of Durham & Broome were annexed, that Conesville was formed. The Town of Conesville was referred to as “The Friendly Town”.
Conesville is located in the south-east corner of Schoharie County; at the intersection of two other counties, namely: Albany and Greene. According to the history books, The Town Of Conesville is made up of three small villages, that is to say: West Conesville, (Strykersville), Conesville (Stone Bridge), and Manorkill.
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