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An American spy buried in Charleston

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An American double agent in the Revolutionary War who gave his name to a popular restaurant in Saratoga Springs is buried in the Montgomery County town of Charleston. According to a 1925 newspaper article by Cornelius F. Van Horne, the grave of Alexander Bryan is in Charleston among five other graves not far from the Schoharie County line. Van Horne was historian of the town of Glen. Born in Connecticut in 1733, Bryan operated an ...


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