As he lay in Ward 32 at Bellevue Hospital, Judge George F. Stackpole was studied by a stream of physicians and surgeons who had gathered from around New York City.
It was Oct. 11, 1915, three days after the former Riverhead Town justice was first hospitalized for treatment of anthrax. READ
Syrena Stackpole. (Credit: Suffolk County Historical Society)
At the top of Riverhead Town justice candidate Jeanmarie Costello’s campaign website is a tab featuring the question: “Who was Syrena Stackpole and why should I care?” READ
Mary Hayes Stackpole. (Credit: Suffolk County Historical Society)
The daughter of Caleb and Harriet Hayes of Castle Creek in Broome County, N.Y., the future Mrs. George F. Stackpole was born March 18, 1860.
Valedictorian of her class at Oswego Normal School, she married Mr. Stackpole July 28, 1886, and started a family on Court Street in Riverhead. READ