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Orange County
New York

Politicians who died in Orange County

  Orange County (no city given): Jesse Woodhull, 1795
  Arden: E. H. Harriman, 1909
  Central Valley: James C. Rider, 1917 — William S. Bennet, 1962
  Cornwall: Lewis Beach, 1886 — Lee B. Mailler, 1967
  Craigville: Hector Craig, 1842
  Firthcliffe: Henry E. Abell, 1924
  Goshen: Henry Wisner, 1790 — Selah Tuthill, 1821 — James W. Wilkin, 1845 — Stephen W. Fullerton, Jr., 1902 — Henry Bacon, 1915 — Roswell Carpenter Coleman, 1923 — Frederick W. Seward, Jr., 1960 — Paul O'Dwyer, 1998
  Little Britain: James Clinton, 1812
  Middletown: John D. Stivers, 1935 — Harry Terhune, 1935 — John Bright, 1948 — Abram B. Macardell, 1958
  Montgomery: John Blake, Jr., 1826
  Newburgh: Jonathan Fisk, 1832 — Samuel Watkins Eager, 1860 — Nathaniel Jones, 1866 — James I. Van Alen, 1870 — Chauncey M. Leonard, 1874 — John W. Brown, 1875 — Robert H. McKune, 1894 — Abram S. Cassedy, 1896 — John C. Adams, 1900 — DeMyre S. Fero, 1916 — Benjamin B. Odell, Jr., 1926 — Michael H. Hirschberg, 1929 — Charles Francis Brown, 1929
  Near Newburgh: Charles G. De Witt, 1839
  Port Jervis: Charles St. John, 1891 — Francis Marvin, 1905
  Ridgebury: John Hallock, Jr., 1840
  Slate Hill: Stephen W. Fullerton, 1855
  Tuxedo: Robert H. Gittins, 1957
  Tuxedo Park: John M. Mitchell, 1905 — Katharine St. George, 1983
  Walden: Charles H. Winfield, 1888 — Thomas W. Bradley, 1920
  Warwick: William C. Wallace, 1901
  West Point: Winfield Scott, 1866
   See also New York deathplaces not assigned to counties.

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