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Lander can't put his finger on the name of an ancestor at that first town meeting in 1736, he can still list some who were recorded as living in the town in 1740. Lander has lived in North Castle all his life, in only two houses. - whose family has lived in North Castle since about 1810. Lander's family and every generation of Judge Hopkins's family - which also dates to 1740 in North Castle - has had someone elected to town government. Lombardi, who has served 24 years; he will participate in the festivities, along with New Castle's new Supervisor, Dr. As residents celebrate and look back, there are still plenty of visible reminders of the past.His current house, where he lived for his first five years and to which he has since returned, is at Lander Place, named for his family, and Maryland Avenue, named not for the state but for his grandmother, Mary, as ''Mary's Land.'' As an only child, living in the country and a little lonely, Dick Lander used to ride with the local doctor on his rounds. Lander was 18 years old, he was chosen as the best candidate to be Town Historian. Judge Hopkins served as North Castle Supervisor - the one who appointed Mr. No one knows where the town meetings were first held, but from 1791 to 1855 they were held in Smith's Tavern - taverns traditionally being used as town halls because of their ample size.The Battle of White Plains was fought in 1779 in that section of North Castle, and it was a turning point in the Revolution, when the British abandoned their attack because of bitter weather and returned to Manhattan.During the Revolution, North Castle farmers raised potatoes and apples, and at harvest time would dig potatoes through the night, by moonlight, to ship to Manhattan by packet boats across Long Island Sound. Lander said the potatoes were so good that the seed was sent all over the world.Doing so has given me the opportunity to learn how to pose girls and women in a way that flatters them and brings their best features forward regardless of body type. As my Seniors and their parents will tell you, they received an amazing “Experience.” From makeup and hair, wardrobe, styling, and ordering, I am there to help you walk away with an experience you will never forget. I love being able to bring the best part of what makes you so unique forward in a glamours and stunning way. An equally remarkable group of people will be honorary co-chairmen. Even the stores on Main Street in Armonk, one of the town's three hamlets (which include North White Plains and Banksville), are converted from old houses.They are five residents who served 50 years ago on the committee for the town's 200th anniversary, when they were in their 20's and 30's. The Middle Patent Cemetery has one grave dating to 1743 and the graves of 15 soldiers who fought in the American Revolution. Lander said North Castle's first 40 years were quiet, and then George Washington made his headquarters in 1776, 17 in ''the widow Anne Miller's house,'' now a historic restoration on Virginia Road.
Many of the young men left to work in hat factories in Norwalk, Conn., or as clerks in Manhattan, and the population dropped from a high of 2,800 during the Civil War to 1,200 in 1910 - about the same size as in 1790.In 1915, the Armonk Airport was built, and that was a bad day for the town, Mr. ''When the planes took off, dust landed on the dining room tables,'' he said.''The airport brought in side-of-the-road businesses. People would ride out to buy cider and peaches, and in the 1930's, the airport hired a parchutist to jump every Sunday at 3 and 6, and people came to watch that. built its headquarters in 1964 and some of its employees moved to North Castle.In 1912, the Kensico Dam was built, and many of the Italian stonemasons who worked on it settled in North White Plains.Around that time, wealthy people from New York began buying farms and turning them into estates, where many local people found jobs. Agnew established Wenga Farm (Agnew spelled backward) on 800 acres, on land now owned by I. M., and hired 40 people to work on the grounds and 10 or 12 in the main house.