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The history of Manny’s Corners

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Manny’s Corners, the intersection of Route 67 and Manny’s Corners Road in the town of Amsterdam, was named for Gabriel Manny, who was born in 1740 in New York City. In 1792, the First Presbyterian Church was organized at Manny’s Corners. Manny’s son — Gabriel Manny Jr. — moved down the hill and operated the Manny Road House on the north side of what is now East Main Street or Route 5 in Amsterdam. Historians ...


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