Hamlet North

Some articles on hamlet, hamlet north, north:

Palermo, New York - Communities and Locations in Palermo
... Catfish – A hamlet in the northeast part of the town ... Clifford – A hamlet north of Palermo village ... It was once called "Dentons Corners." Cribbs Corners – A hamlet northeast of Palermo village on Route 3 ...
Constantia (town), New York - Communities and Locations in Constantia
... Bernhards Bay – A hamlet on the shore of Oneida Lake ... Cleveland – The Village of Cleveland is on the north shore of Oneida Lake, on Route 49 ... Constantia – The hamlet of Constantia is on the shore of Oneida Lake on Route 49 ...
Norfolk, New York - Communities and Locations in Norfolk
... Dishaw – A hamlet at the north town line ... Grantville – A hamlet in the north part of Norfolk, north of Plumbrook ... Norfolk – The hamlet of Norfolk, north of Norwood on NY-56 ...
Burke (town), New York - Communities and Locations in The Town of Burke
... Brayton Hollow – A location near the north town line, north of US-11 ... Burke Center – A hamlet on US-11 and north of Burke village on County Road 34 ... Cooks Mill – A hamlet by the east town line ...
Manlius, New York - Communities and Locations in The Town of Manlius
... Eagle Village – A hamlet northeast of Manlius village on NY-173 ... Fillmore Corners – A hamlet west of Manlius village on NY-173 ... Fremont Heights — A suburban hamlet near the west town line, south of Minoa ...

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