I know the original farm house that was the fur trading post in 1701 is just north of West Camp but it has been many years since I was there. I was still in the family 20 years ago.
There was a very large farm that ran from the hudson river west for about "20 miles" Peter Emerick lived in the old farm house on Emerick road in West Camp until he passed away several years ago. I believe the house was sold.
The farm was divided up in the late 1800" amoung the thee sons. Benjamin,Joel, and William C.
Bens son "Ben" ran a garage in saugerties for a number of years. His wifes name was Betty. Joel ouned and ran his portion of the farm until his death. His son 'Cutter" was school princible in Spring Valley,NY rockland county. His daughter married Conklin. Had the oldest orchard and farm in Rockland.Can't recall her name.
The third parcel was given to William C. the only Emerick still in the fur business. He married Ana Stem and had 2 sons. William Cutter and my dad Benjamin Irving named after Irving Emerick the Baptist minister.
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