Schoharie County New York

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Date: 1795 [unknown]
Location: Schoharie County, New Yorkmap
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Schoharie County was formed in 1795 from sections of Albany and Otsego Counties. The county is named for Schoharie Creek, the principal stream whose name was derived from an Iroquoian word.[1]


Adjacent Counties


  • Blenheim
  • Broome
  • Carlisle
  • Cobleskill
  • Conesville
  • Esperance
  • Fulton
  • Gilboa
  • Jefferson
  • Middleburgh
  • Richmondville
  • Schoharie
  • Seward
  • Sharon
  • Summit
  • Wright


  • Cobleskill
  • Esperance
  • Middleburgh
  • Richmondville
  • Schoharie (County Seat)
  • Sharon Springs

Census-designated Places

  • Central Bridge
  • Jefferson
  • North Blenheim


  • Breakabeen
  • Charlotteville
  • Esperance
  • Fultonham
  • Gallupville
  • Grovenors Corners
  • Livingstonville
  • Sloansville
  • Warnerville
  • West Middleburgh

Schoharie County Notables

Resources and Records

On Wikitree

On Other Websites


  1. The Encyclopedia of New York State, Peter Eisenstadt, Syracuse University Press, 2005.

Wikipedia Contributors. "Schoharie County, New York",,_New_York. Accessed 2 May 2020

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