Hurley Stone House Tour

2019 Reunion Hurley Stone House Tour

Saturday, July 13, 2019

Last summer, when we began planning, it was suggested wrapping the reunion around Stone House Day in Hurley NY, always the second Saturday in July. This was accomplished and a major reunion event is a tour of the Old Stone Houses in Hurley,
the ancestral home of Pieter² Pietersen Ostrander, our progenitor. As of press time, the following houses were listed in various press releases; for an accurate list, visit stonehouseday.org. Hurley is about 60 miles from Albany; see transportation options below. Lunch: Homemade food is available for purchase at the Hurley Reformed Church Café, 11 Main Street. We will return to Albany by 5:30 p.m.; the traditional family dinner with a speaker will follow at 7:15 p.m.

OFA 2004 Reunion Attendees at Ostrander-Elmendorf House (1709)

Walking Tour

The Crispell House (parsonage, 1725)
Du Mond House (Spy House, 1685)
VanDeusen House (1723)
Dr. Richard Ten Eyck House (c.1789)

Bus Tour

Free Shuttle bus to more distant houses is included with Admission.
The Ten Eyck Bowery
The Patentee Manor

From outside the area, take the New York State Thruway (I-87) to Exit 19 (Kingston).
Four minutes from I-87 Exit 19 at Kingston on Route 209 South toward Ellenville.

Transportation Options

You may choose to travel to Hurley by chartered bus from our hotel ($20 per person, leave hotel at 9 a.m.) or personal car to arrive in Hurley about 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 13th. Admission is $20 and is prepaid when you register. Because the houses are privately owned, touring ends promptly at 4 p.m.