DeLancey Family Genealogy Forum
I've been rethinking some of this. If the house where James Fenimore Cooper lived was called "Angevine," then it stands to reason that this would be the house that the Angevines lived in, whether or not that was Heathcoate Manor. Was Heathcoate Hill (as one reference calls it) a different house from Heathcoate Manor?
Is this frame house that was moved the Delancey/Angevine house?
If so, then what does this mean about the brick house in the 1907 postcard which said "Where Cooper wrote 'The Spy'"? Is that the original Heathcoate Manor?