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Learn more about Private Investigator in Egbertville Staten Island, NY here.

Egbertville Staten Island, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Egbertville is the name given to a neighborhood that belongs to one of the municipalities of the city of New York known as Staten Island, which located immediately inland but if classified within the east coast of the island. In the 18th century, there was an extensive and vast farm in the area that was owned by a family, whose surname is where the name of this neighborhood comes from honoring those owners. Beginning approximately in 1838, the Egbertville

neighborhood for a short time was known to residents and non-residents alike, as Morgan’s Corner. A few years later, many immigrant families from Ireland began coming to the area to settle, so nicknames were often used, more in a joking manner, such as New Dublin, Young Ireland and Tipperary Corners to refer to the Egbertville neighborhood.

The park system’s administrative offices are located throughout the center of Staten Island’s green belt, where the Egbertville community is located. Through a ravine, better known as Egbertville Ravine, which of course was named after the neighborhood, flows Richmond Creek as it traverses the eastern base of Lighthouse Hill. Rockland Avenue is the community’s main street which offers a shortcut between the busy New Springville section of Mid-Island and the New Dorp on the east coast.

The Moore-McMillen House and the Jacques Marchais Tibetan Art Centre are registered in the National Register of Historic Places, but it is not known exactly in which year they were registered. The Egbertville neighborhood also offers its residents the service of local buses which in turn are served by routes S84, S54, S74, and S57.

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