• Southampton

    About: Southampton is a village in Suffolk County, New York, USA. The village is named after the Earl of Southampton. The Village of Southampton is in the southeast part of the county in the Town of Southampton.

  • Water Mill

    About: In 1644, England gave Edward Howell 40 acres of land near the new settlement of Southampton to build a mill for settlers to grind their grain into meal.

  • Bridgehampton

    About:Bridgehampton is in the Town of Southampton. Shortly after the founding of Southampton in 1640, settlers began to move east to the area known by the Shinnecock Indians as Sagaponack and Mecox. At the head of Sagg Pond the hardy Pilgrims established a settlement called Bullhead, later renamed Bridgehampton after the bridge built across the pond. Sagg Bridge was built in 1686 by Ezekiel Sandford.

  • Sagaponack

    About:Sagaponack is a village in the town of Southampton in Suffolk County, New York, United States. The village incorporated on September 2, 2005, in the wake of the failed attempt by Dunehampton, New York to incorporate. Dunehampton's incorporation would have blocked Sagaponack from Atlantic Ocean beaches.

  • Sag Harbor

    About: Sag Harbor is about three fifths in Southampton and two fifths in East Hampton. The dividing line is Division Street which becomes Town Line Road just south of the village. Most of the defining landmarks of the village including its Main Street, the Whalers Church, Jermain Library, Whaling Museum, the Old Burying Ground, Oakland Cemetery, Mashashimuet Park, and Otter Pond are all in Southampton.

  • Hampton Bays

    About:Hampton Bays is surrounded by three bays, the Great Peconic Bay to the north, and Shinnecock and Tiana Bays to the south. The two southern bays are a part of a greater bay system, called the Great South Bay system, which stretches from approximately Southampton Village to Jamaica Bay in New York City. The Shinnecock Canal, a man-made canal located in the eastern part of the hamlet, connects the Great Peconic Bay with the Shinnecock Bay. Shinnecock Inlet, which leads from the Shinnecock Bay to the Atlantic Ocean, is the eastern most inlet, making it very popular for commercial fishing.

  • Quogue

    About: Quogue is an incorporated village in Southampton, Suffolk County, New York on the South Shore of Long Island.

  • Westhampton

    About: Westhampton is a hamlet in Suffolk County, New York, United States. The population was 2,869 at the 2000 census.

  • Wainscott

    About: Wainscott is a census-designated place (CDP) that roughly corresponds to the hamlet (unincorporated community) with the same name in the town of East Hampton in Suffolk County, New York on the South Fork of Long Island. As of the United States 2000 Census, the CDP population was 628.

  • East Hampton

    About:The Village of East Hampton is a village in Town of East Hampton, New York. It is located in Suffolk County, on the South Fork of eastern Long Island. The population was 1,083 at the time of the United States 2010 Census, 251 less than in the year 2000.

  • Amagansett

    About: Amagansett is a census-designated place that roughly corresponds to the hamlet (unincorporated community) by the same name in the town of East Hampton in Suffolk County, New York on the South Shore of Long Island. As of the United States 2000 Census, the CDP population was 1,067.[1] Amagansett hamlet was founded in 1680.

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