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In 1937 Mabbettsville was a hamlet consisting of a store, a garage, and a cluster of houses; it was formerly named Flikentown in honor of one of the Great Nine Partners. The present name was derived from James Mabbett, a commission auctioneer who settled here early in the 19th century. [1]

  1. Workers of the Dutchess County Unit, Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration, Dutchess County, American Guide Series, William Penn Association, 1937, Philadelphia.

Mabbettsville Map

Street Names
Little Rest Road • Mabbettsville Road North • Route 44 • Route 98

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