HELP US HONOR THE LEGACY OF THE GENERAL JOHN HATHORN HOUSE

We are a tax exempt historical society dedicated to honoring the legacy of Warwick’s Revolutionary War militia leader, John Hathorn, and the men of his regiment.  The Gen. Hathorn stone house was built in 1773 by John and his wife, Elizabeth Welling Hathorn.  John was one of the commanders of the Battle of Minisink.  He held many public offices and served on the first Congress of the United States.

This beautiful pin was commissioned by our loyal Friend Carol Ann Cesare, and will be given to our volunteers and supporters to help spread the word. It is based on a drawing donated to us by Catherine Pierson DeCesare. Thank you, Carol Ann and Catherine!

Mailing address: 3 Forester Ave. Box 129 / Warwick NY 10990

Email us at hathornhouse@gmail.com to learn how you can help!

We are now a participating organization of Orange County’s Retired Senior Volunteer Program!  Volunteers 55 and older can register with RSVP and be a part of Senior Corps and its benefits.

Trustees  for 2018:

  • Kevin Hathorn, President
  • Melody Olsen, Vice President
  • Joe Kisty, Treasurer
  • Sue Gardner, Secretary
  • Michelle Figliomeni, Trustee at Large

FRIENDS OF HATHORN HOUSE ~ 3 FORESTER AVE. BOX 129 ~ WARWICK, NY 10990

IRS Tax Exempt Number 47-3357909

Elizabeth Welling Hathorn Day Photos!

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