Thiells, known as Thiell's Corner in the 1850s, is a hamlet in the town of Haverstraw, Rockland County, New York, United States. It is located north of Mount Ivy, east of Pomona, south of Tomkins Cove, and west of Garnerville.
Schools in Thiells:
In 2009, Thiells United Methodist Church, located on Rosman Road, marked its 225th anniversary. The church originated as a mission to American Indians. It was chartered by the City Road Chapel in London in 1784. A small building was built on a piece of land which was set aside by John Thiell, although he did not attend. The building, which had been expanded, was destroyed in a fire in 1973. The congregation, soon after rebuilt, on the same spot on Rosman Road.
In 2010, David B. Roche Volunteer Fire Company celebrated its 50th anniversary. On Sept. 11, 2001, the company experienced tragedy when New York police officer and Thiells volunteer John Coughlin, whose name remains on the roster, died in the World Trade Center.
Landmarks and places of interest
- Thiells United Methodist Church
- Letchworth Village
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