General Richard McCarty (b. February 13, 1780, d. May 18, 1844)
Richard McCarty (son of David McCarty)104 was born February 13, 1780 in Coeymans, Albany Co. NY104, and died May 18, 1844 in Staten Island, buried Coxsackie, NY105. Notes for Richard McCarty: Richard McCarty was an early storekeeper in Coxsackie, NY. He erected a building in Coxsackie as a residence/store, which was afterwards opened as a tavern by Joseph Hoyt;David Blossom and Tom Carr followed later in the same business. Richard McCarty was appointed flour inspector in the city of New York and was later president of the Lafayette Bank, NYC. February 1818: "Richard McCarty (on premises) selling Grist Mill and Saw Mill on 20 acres, 1.5 miles North of Coxsackie, 1/2 mile from river below Coxsackie creek and Deepkill, plus new residence. Contact Peter McCarty, NYC." More About Richard McCarty: Burial: Unknown, Adams Cemetary ,Coxsackie, Greene, NY.106 Elected 1: Bet. March 04, 1821 - March 03, 1823, US House of Representatives, NY 8th District (17th Congress). Elected 2: Bet. 1811 - 1813, County Clerk, Greene County, NY. Elected 3: 1830, Flour Inspector, New York and King Counties, NY. Military service 1: April 06, 1804, Ensign. Greene Co. Militia. Military service 2: 1818, General, Greene Co. Militia. Occupation: President Lafayette Bank, NYC. More About Richard McCarty and <Unnamed>: Marriage: May 07, 1798, Coxsackie, Greene, NY. Children of Richard McCarty are:
Charlotte McCarty, b. August 09, 1799, Coxsackie, Greene Co., NY, d. January 11, 1859, Died NYC, Buried, Coxsackie, Greene, NY107.