Place:Galway (town), Saratoga, New York, United States


NameGalway (town)
Alt namesGalway
Coordinates43.052403°N 74.045832°W
Located inSaratoga, New York, United States

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Galway is a town located in Saratoga County, New York, United States. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 3,589.[1] The town contains a village also named Galway. Both the town and village are located in the western part of the county, north of Schenectady.

Galway is a rural community with a mixture of small business, farming, and residential homes. The town is home to both year-round and seasonal residents. It was originally named New Galloway after Galloway in Scotland. When the town was incorporated, however, it was incorrectly recorded as Galway. Although the spelling is the same as Galway, Ireland, it is not pronounced the same.


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The region was first settled in October 1774 on the corner of what is today known as Donnan and Sacandaga Roads in the southern section of town, outside of Galway village.

The town was formed from the town of Ballston in 1769 as the town of "New Galloway." The town of Providence was taken off the north part of Galway in 1796.[2]

The hamlet of Galway incorporated as a village in 1838.[2]

The Mead House was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.

Notable residents

Horace W Carpentier, Original 49'er, First Mayor and one of the founders of Oakland Ca, Capitalist, Entrepreneur, Philanthropist

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