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FSDHS Military Cemetery Marker

Updated: Dec 31, 2019

IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO SERVED IN THE CONTINENTAL ARMY WHILE AT THE FISHKILL DEPOT

NEAR HERE LIE BURIED REVOLUTIONARY WAR HEROES PATRIOTS WHO WERE AMONG THE FIRST TO FIGHT FOR OUR FREEDOM

ON BEHALF OF THESE VALIENT SOLDIERS WE DEDICATE THIS MONUMENT TO THEIR COURAGE AND TO ALL THE MEN AND WOMEN WHO ANSWER THE CALL OF DUTY TO SERVE THIS GREAT NATION

PLACED BY VETERANS OF THE U.S. ARMED SERVICES ON VETERAN’S DAY NOVEMBER 11, 2014




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alicechase43
alicechase43
Feb 19, 2020

The developer was all about honoring the soldiers buried there until it became a stumbling block to his project moving forward. This is sacred land and anything built there will be cursed and doomed to failure unless it truly honors the men that died and were buried there.


To the developer and his investors I offer up this traditional Irish curse upon you all!


"May you go to hell and never have even a drop of porter to quench your eternal thirst"

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coldwinterknight
coldwinterknight
Feb 15, 2020

So the military cemetery was "rediscovered" in 2007, the developer lets Veterans place a marker on the site in 2014, and now six years later he claims that its not really a soldiers cemetery but maybe just a few graves that are from the 1700s? Now I see why local Veterans now oppose this project. He just uses his Veterans events at the site to gain Veterans support, while doing everything he can do desecrate the soldiers buried there by building a cheesy strip mall on top of them!?!

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