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Manorville

Manorville
Beginnings: Although early land patents made it difficult to determine precise boundaries, historians are certain Manorville lay within the huge tract known in the 1700s as The Manor of St. George, granted to William (Tangier) Smith in a royal patent of 1693. The Smith family did not own Manorville long. In 1721, it was sold to a group of colonists from Southold.

Photo: The Railroad Station at Manorville
Beginnings: Although early land patents made it difficult to determine precise boundaries, historians are certain Manorville lay within the huge tract known in the 1700s as The Manor of St. George, granted to William (Tangier) Smith in a royal patent of 1693. The Smith family did not own Manorville long. In 1721, it was sold to a group of colonists from Southold.

Photo: The Railroad Station at Manorville
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