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St. Ann's Episcopal Church, Sayville

St. Ann's Episcopal Church is said to be

St. Ann's Episcopal Church is said to be the first stone church built in Suffolk County. It was completed in 1888 on the site of the original St. Barnabas Chapel, built in 1866. The church's name changed at the request of Walter R. Suydam, who funded construction of the church, in honor of his mother. The church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. (June 28, 2011) Photo Credit: Carl Corry

St. Ann's Episcopal Church is said to be the first stone church built in Suffolk County. It was completed in 1888 on the site of the original St. Barnabas Chapel, built in 1866. The church's name changed at the request of Walter R. Suydam, who funded construction of the church, in honor of his mother. The church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. (June 28, 2011)

St. Ann's Episcopal Church at 257 Middle Road
Photo Credit: Carl Corry

St. Ann's Episcopal Church at 257 Middle Road in Sayville, is known in part for its Tiffany windows. The church was completed in 1888 on the site of the original St. Barnabas Chapel, built in 1866. The church's name changed at the request of Walter R. Suydam, who funded construction of the church, in honor of his mother. The church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. (June 28, 2011)

St. Ann's Episcopal Church is said to be
Photo Credit: Carl Corry

St. Ann's Episcopal Church is said to be the first stone church built in Suffolk County. It was completed in 1888 on the site of the original St. Barnabas Chapel, built in 1866. The church's name changed at the request of Walter R. Suydam, who funded construction of the church, in honor of his mother. The church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. (June 28, 2011)

St. Ann's Episcopal Church, which is said to
Photo Credit: Carl Corry

St. Ann's Episcopal Church, which is said to be the first stone church built in Suffolk County, was completed in 1888. (June 28, 2011)

A look at the pews in St. Ann's
Photo Credit: Carl Corry

A look at the pews in St. Ann's Episcopal Church at 257 Middle Rd. in Sayville. The church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. (June 28, 2011)

St. Ann's Episcopal Church, at 257 Middle Road
Photo Credit: Carl Corry

St. Ann's Episcopal Church, at 257 Middle Road in Sayville, is known in part for its Tiffany windows. The church was completed in 1888 on the site of the original St. Barnabas Chapel, built in 1866. (June 28, 2011)

St. Ann's Episcopal Church is known in part
Photo Credit: Carl Corry

St. Ann's Episcopal Church is known in part for its Tiffany windows. The church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. (June 28, 2011)

St. Barbabas Mission Chapel is at St. Ann's
Photo Credit: Carl Corry

St. Barbabas Mission Chapel is at St. Ann's Episcopal Church in Sayville. (June 28, 2011)

St. Ann’s Cemetery, established in 1874, is the
Photo Credit: Carl Corry

St. Ann’s Cemetery, established in 1874, is the resting place of several relatives of President Theodore Roosevelt. (June 28, 2011)

The Stations of the Cross in St. Ann's
Photo Credit: Carl Corry

The Stations of the Cross in St. Ann's Cemetery in Sayville. (June 28, 2011)

St. Ann’s Cemetery, established in 1874, is the
Photo Credit: Carl Corry

St. Ann’s Cemetery, established in 1874, is the resting place of several relatives of President Theodore Roosevelt. (June 28, 2011)

St. Ann's Cemetery is the resting place of
Photo Credit: Carl Corry

St. Ann's Cemetery is the resting place of Philippe Regis Denis de Keredern de Trobriand, a French aristocrat who became a Brigadier General in the Union Army during the Civil War. (June 28, 2011)

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