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Suffern is a village in the town of Ramapo, Rockland County, New York, United States. It is located north of Mahwah, New Jersey, east of Hillburn, south of Montebello, and west of Airmont. As of the 2010 census, Suffern’s population was 10,723.
The village is one of the more urban communities in Rockland County.
“The Point of the Mountains” or “Sidman’s Clove” were names used in designating the present village of Suffern before the American Revolution. The area originally was inhabited by the Ramapough (Monsey (Minsi)) Indians, who were a division of the great Delaware or Lenape nation. Upon Sidman’s death this land passed into the hands of his son-in-law, John Smith, who sold it to John Suffern.
The village of Suffern was founded in 1796. John Suffern, first Rockland County judge, 1798–1806, settled near the base of the Ramapo Mountains in 1773, and called the place New Antrim, after his home in County Antrim, Ireland, where his Huguenot ancestors had settled circa 1685. New Antrim’s…

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