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Extra resources for A Family Place: A Hudson Valley Farm, Three Centuries, Five Wars, One Family (Excelsior Editions)
It is not possible to date Talavera or the barns exactly for a ﬁre in the Hudson City Courthouse in 1909 burned most of the early property transfer records and Van Ness ledgers that might have detailed payments for bricks, nails, wood and carpenters’ fees also did not survive. The house may have taken as many as ﬁve years to complete, for Judge Van Ness ﬁrst mentioned moving into his new house in a letter to his friend and fellow Federalist Colonel Solomon Van Rensselaer, dated November 23, 1812.
Suddenly, at the first of the low hills, when we turned onto the dirt road, the mare threw up her head and gave a loud, anxious whinny. Within a few sec- ] 50 onds, from the other side of the hill, came an answering whinny. The next thing we knew, she was off, running as fast as she could to catch up to the other horses. We reached the crest of the hill in a blur of dust, both of us managing to stay on. But worse was yet to come. The big hill that she had just galloped up was about to lead down in a steep incline.
I looked down and opened my clenched hands. Bits of black horse hair were still sticking to my palms. My cousin and I looked at each and began to laugh.