Starin Place

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Starin Place is the mansion and grounds formerly owned by U.S. Representative of New York John Henry Starin (1825–1909), who, from 1848 to 1852 was Fultonville’s postmaster. Folks at the historic museum site describe unexplained noises, movement and shadows around the grounds and in the guests’ and servants’ quarters.

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Geographic Information

Off Rt 5S
Fultonville, NY
United States

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42.94293924239818, -74.3648416400174
Montgomery County, New York
Nearest Towns:
Fultonville, NY (0.4 mi.)
Fonda, NY (1.0 mi.)
Tribes Hill, NY (4.1 mi.)
Johnstown, NY (4.4 mi.)
Wellsville, NY (6.6 mi.)
Fort Johnson, NY (6.8 mi.)
Gloversville, NY (7.7 mi.)
Amsterdam, NY (8.9 mi.)
Perth, NY (10.1 mi.)
Canajoharie, NY (10.8 mi.)


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