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Wednesday, January 07, 2009

A Reference to Voluntary Dissolution Proceedings Involving the Prospect Hill Village Association Instituted in 1906

Occasionally, I have written about the Prospect Hill Village Association that developed portions of Prospect Hill now located in today's Village of Pelham Manor. See, e.g.:

Wednesday, March 30, 2005: Prospect Hill Village -- Yet Another Early Hamlet Within the Town of Pelham

Tuesday, April 4, 2006: More Information About the Prospect Hill Village Association Formed in the Early 1850s

Friday, April 14, 2006: Three of the Original Homes of the Prospect Hill Village Association Founded in 1851

Tuesday, July 3, 2007: 1855 Tax Collection Notice for Pelhamville and Prospect Hill Village

Monday, November 21, 2005: Prospect Hill and Pelhamville Depicted on the 1868 Beers Atlas Map of Pelham - Part I

Friday, April 7, 2006: A View from Prospect Hill Looking West Published in 1887

Bell, Blake A., The Founding of "Prospect Hill Village" in the Early 1850s, The Pelham Weekly, Vol. XV, Issue 25, Secoond Section, Jun. 23, 2006, p. 34, col. 1.

Today's posting to the Historic Pelham Blog conveys a tiny tidbit of additional information about the Prospect Hill Village Association. According to the Annual Report of the Attorney General of the State of New York for 1906 published in 1907, the Association was involved in voluntary dissolution proceedings instituted on June 8, 1906. The reference appears below, followed by a citation to its source.



Voluntary Dissolution Proceedings Instituted During the Year 1906

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June 8. Supreme Court -- Westchester county. Prospect Hill Village Association."

Source: Annual Report of the Attorney-General of the State of New York 1906, Transmitted to the Legislature January 2, 1907, pp. 119, 120 (Albany, NY: J.B. Lyon Company, State Printers 1907).

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