M'Clintock House

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M'Clintock House
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M'Clintock House is located in New York
M'Clintock House
Location 14 E. Williams, Waterloo, New York
Coordinates 42°54′19″N 76°51′42″W / 42.90528°N 76.86167°W / 42.90528; -76.86167Coordinates: 42°54′19″N 76°51′42″W / 42.90528°N 76.86167°W / 42.90528; -76.86167
Area 0.3 acres (0.12 ha)
Built 1848
Architectural style Federal
Governing body Private
MPS Women's Rights Historic Sites TR
NRHP Reference # 80000360[1]
Added to NRHP August 29, 1980

M'Clintock House, also known as the Baptist Parsonage, is a historic home located at Waterloo in Seneca County, New York. It is a two story, Federal style brick dwelling built in 1833-1836. The home is notable as the residence of Quaker pharmacist Thomas M'Clintock and his wife Mary Ann from 1836 to 1856. On July 16, 1848, the home was the location where the Declaration of Sentiments, resolutions, and speeches were drawn up for the subsequent First Women's Rights Convention.[2]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.[1]

The house is one of the sites of the Women's Rights National Historical Park. The restored mid-19th century home is open for tours in the summer.

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