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The purchase was contested by Thomas Revell who, one month following Richbell's purchase, bought the land from the Siwanoy at a higher price.
Richbell petitioned Governor Stuyvesant, Director General of the Colonies of the New Netherland, and Richbell was issued the land patent in 1662.
Munro later became a lawyer with Aaron Burr's law firm and built a home in Larchmont Manor known as the Manor House.
Munro's house faced towards the Boston Post Road (the back is now used as the front), which tended to generate a lot of dust in summer months.
The Village has a beautiful housing stock of homes dating back to the 1800s.
So, like in much of Westchester, if you can afford the price tag you will be able to find many old, charming homes in Larchmont.
In 1664 Great Britain took control of the colonies and Richbell received an English title for his lands in 1668 whereupon he began to encourage settlement.
In 1675 Richbell leased his "Middle Neck" to his brother however when he died in 1684 none of his original property remained in his name.
Originally inhabited by the Siwanoy (an Algonquian tribe), Larchmont was explored by the Dutch in 1614.In 1661, John Richbell, a merchant from Hampshire, England, traded a minimal amount of goods and trinkets with the Siwanoy in exchange for land that is today known as the Town of Mamaroneck.The purchase included three peninsulas of land that lay between the Mamaroneck River to the east, and Pelham Manor to the west.The east neck is now known as Orienta while the middle neck is what is now known as Larchmont Manor.
The third neck was later sold and is now known as Davenport Neck in New Rochelle.We have seventeen area museums that participate in our Museum Pass program offering a wealth of things to do throughout the year.