In 1940, the DeFriest Family began their tradition of servicing the needs of North Fork families with the establishment of their first funeral home on Youngs Avenue in Southold Village.
Funeral Homes in New Suffolk, NY
The funeral home is located 1 mile east of the Hampton Bays Diner on Montauk Highway.Take Sunrise Highway East to exit 65s (Hampton Bays).At the traffic light in front of the diner make a left turn onto Montauk Highway.
In 1924 Reginald H. Tuthill founded his funeral home in Riverhead, NY. Following in Reginald's and father, Fred Alexander's footsteps, Dean A. Alexander has continued to provide service to the surrounding community since 1975. In 1979, the...
O.B. Davis Funeral Homes, believed to be one of the oldest surviving businesses on Long Island, is now entering its 152nd year of dedicated service to the community.
The distinguished lineage of ownership began in 1858 when E.A. Raynor, a local...
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Facts about New Suffolk, New York
New Suffolk is a census-designated place (CDP) that roughly corresponds to the hamlet by the same name in the Town of Southold in Suffolk County, New York, United States. The CDP's population was 349 at the 2010 census.
New Suffolk Obituaries
The submarine USS Holland (SS-1), the first commissioned submarine in the US Navy, along with six other Holland Torpedo Boat Company submarines were based in New Suffolk between 1899 and 1905 prompting the hamlet to claim to be the "First Submarine Base" in the United States. . . . .
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