1910 Main Street, Bombay, New York
BOMBAY
Franklin County
New York
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Aerial view of Bombay, New York
Bombay
Skyview
by
Dwight Church
Main Street
Bombay
1930

Letter
from
Bombay
handpainted
by
Robert C.
Beazell
The Town of Bombay came into existence by an act of legislation passed on March 30, 1833, which separated it
from the Town of Fort Covington. The town was named as a compliment to Mrs.
Michael Hogan, who was a
native of Bombay, India.  The first settlers were the Hadleys and the Sanborns around 1803.  Later a great may
Irish immigrants settled, coming up the St. Lawrence from Montreal.
Historian
James Reardon
 
RFD 1
Bombay, NY 12914
518-358-2005
COMMUNITIES IN THE TOWN OF BOMBAY
Akwesasne, Bombay, Bradleys Corners,  Hogansburg  (aka Gray's Mills), Pine Creek, South Bombay, St. Regis
Fleur de lis
Royal Savage Emblem
Royal Savage Emblem
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