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Great Neck Estates Long Island, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Great Neck Estates is a town belonging to Nassau County which in turn is a part of the Great Neck settlement in the Long Island district of New York City in the United States of America. According to data calculated and recorded by the 2010 national census, the population was about 2,761 people in total at that time. The community of Great Neck Estates established within the city of North Hempstead and like the other parts of Great Neck, this town located on the north coast of Long Island on the Great Neck Peninsula.

Great Neck was formerly known as Madman’s Neck during the first land grant in colonial times. Although the Dutch-owned the Long Island area, it was given by King Charles I of England to William Thorne in 1630. The governor of the New Netherlands, William Kieft, was the one who granted a patent to the city of Hempstead for all the lands belonging to the city in 1644, which in addition to including all of northern Hempstead also included Great Neck.

In 1685 Thomas Dongan, who was Governor-General, confirmed the patent after the English took control. During the American Revolution, the colonial legislature granted the charter of the city of North Hempstead and then the New York State Constitution validated it. The town of Great Neck Estates was created in 1911 and is considered the second oldest of the nine incorporated towns within the town of Great Neck. Until 1926 the community had a president, and later had a Board of Trustees and a mayor.

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