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  • Capt. William Dutcher (1741 - 1794)
    In 1775 organized the Upper Philipsburgh Associated Company of Militia, which he equipped at his own expense and commanded from 13 September 1776 until 16 June 1778 when he was succeeded by Lieutenant ...
  • William Dutcher, Jr. (1774 - 1843)
  • Justus Dearman (1765 - 1855)
  • Capt. John Buckhout (1682 - 1785)
    familytreemaker.genealogy... ; * Jan Boeckhout (son of Matthys Janszen Boeckhout and Elizabeth Ellsworth)67, 67 was born 18 Aug 1683 in New York,Kings,New York,USA, and died 10 Apr 1785 in Sleepy Hollo...
  • Wolfert Acker (1667 - 1753)
    Wolfert Acker (1667–1753) was a colonial-period American who is featured in Washington Irving 's short story collection Wolfert's Roost.His name was recorded in all combinations of Wolfert or Wolvert a...

Irvington, also known as Irvington-on-Hudson, is a village in the town of Greenburgh in Westchester County, New York, United States. It is located on the eastern bank of the Hudson River, 20 miles north of midtown Manhattan in New York City.

Early settlers

Notable residents

  • Madam C. J. Walker, businesswomen; America's first female millionaire
  • Charles Lewis Tiffany, jeweler; founder of Tiffany & Co.
  • Cyrus West Field, businessman and financier; founded the Atlantic Telegraph Company and laid the first transatlantic telegraph cable
  • Chauncey Depew, railroad executive and politician; president of the New York Central Railroad System and a United States Senator from New York
  • John Jacob Astor III, fur trader and real estate investor; once wealthiest man in America
  • Frank Jay Gould, philanthropist; son of Jay Gould
  • Amzi Lorenzo Barber, the asphalt king
  • Justine Bayard Cutting Ward, who developed the Ward method of music education
  • Frederick W. Guiteau and David Dows, who made their millions in grain commissions and railroads
  • Albert Bierstadt, a noted landscape painter
  • Stan Getz, jazz saxophonist
  • Patricia Neal, actress of stage and screen; best-known for role in The Day the Earth Stood Still
  • Ted Mack, host of Ted Mack's Original Amateur Hour on television
  • Joan Blondell, actress
  • Mike Todd, theatre and film producer; best-known for his production of Around the World in Eighty Days
  • William Black, silent film actor
  • Julianna Rose Mauriello, the star of the children's television series LazyTown
  • Jack Cassidy, actor of stage, film and screen
  • Shirley Jones, singer and actress of stage, film and television
  • Clarence Day, author
  • Meredith Vieira, Today Show co-host (-present)
  • Storm Field, ABC News weatherman (-present)
  • Jon Scott, Fox News newscaster (-present)
  • Debra Winger, actress (-present)
  • Arliss Howard, actor, writer and film director (-present)
  • Robert K. Massie, writer (-present)
  • Eileen Fisher, designer (-present)
  • Julius La Rosa, singer (-present)
  • Bob James, jazz musician (-present)
  • Peter Martins, choreographer (-present)
  • Monica Getz, co-founder of Sesame Workshop (-present)
  • Rev. Sun Myung Moon, founder of the Unification Church