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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Fulton County, New York

 
Clickable Map of Fulton County, New York and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Fulton County, NY (143) Hamilton County, NY (16) Herkimer County, NY (104) Montgomery County, NY (201) Saratoga County, NY (496)  FultonCounty(143) Fulton County (143)  HamiltonCounty(16) Hamilton County (16)  HerkimerCounty(104) Herkimer County (104)  MontgomeryCounty(201) Montgomery County (201)  SaratogaCounty(496) Saratoga County (496)
Johnstown is the county seat for Fulton County
Adjacent to Fulton County, New York
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1New York, Fulton County, Bleecker — Bleecker Center Cemetery
On County Route 112, 0.1 miles north of Bleecker Center Bowlers Hill Road (County Route 145), on the right when traveling north.
Earliest gravestone 1847 Several unmarked/fieldstone Sometimes listed as Bleecker Methodist Cemetery or School District #4Map (db m131496) HM
2New York, Fulton County, Bleecker — Bleecker Factory Cemetery
On New York State Route 309, 0.2 miles south of Lilly Lake road and 112 (County Route 112), on the left when traveling north.
Earliest gravestone 1852 Several unmarked/fieldstone Near site of first tannery c. 1840 in Bleecker, NY A.k.a. School District #3 CemeteryMap (db m131497) HM
3New York, Fulton County, Bleecker — Lindsley Corners Cemetery
On County Road 125 (County Route 125) 0.2 miles east of Bowlers Hill Road, on the left when traveling east.
Earliest gravestone 1811 Several unmarked/fieldstone Named for early Bleecker settler, c. 1795 A.k.a. Upper Bleecker or Grant CemeteryMap (db m176628) HM
4New York, Fulton County, Bleecker — St. John's Lutheran Cemetery
On County Route 112, 0.1 miles south of Gutha Road, on the right when traveling north.
Earliest gravestone 1862 Several unmarked/fieldstone Church built 1866, closed in mid 1930's Reopened 1945 as Bleecker Community ChurchMap (db m131495) HM
5New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — 1849 Plank Road
On South 2nd Ave, 0.1 miles south of West Main Street (County Road 155), on the left when traveling south.
Route of a toll road from Amsterdam to Fish House. It linked the rural economy of the Sacandaga Vly to rail & canal access in Amsterdam Map (db m47115) HM
6New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — 1879 Fire
On North Main Street at West Main St & Saratoga Ave., on the right when traveling north on North Main Street.
This Side of Street Leveled On January 21st. Sixteen Businesses Were Destroyed. It was an Economic Tragedy, With No Loss of Life. Broadalbin Historical SocietyMap (db m75110) HM
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7New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — Benedict
On Benedict Loop north of South Shore Road (County Route 110), on the right when traveling north.
This road led to the former hamlet of Benedict, a small community with its own school. Was flooded by the Sacandaga Reservoir in 1930.Map (db m190526) HM
8New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — Broadalbin Methodist Episcopal Church
On North Main Street, on the right when traveling south.
Erected 1824-25 Broadalbin Methodist Episcopal Church Enlarged 1840- Raised 1868 Parsonage Built 1871 Oldest Church In Broadalbin Broadalbin Historical SocietyMap (db m97374) HM
9New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — Broadalbin World War Two Memorial
On West Main Street near Center Street, on the right when traveling west.
Lest We Forget To the eternal memory of the men and women of Broadalbin who served in the armed forces of the United States during World War Two Forever in the Annals of Glory Will shine their starry claim The angels know their . . . Map (db m136569) WM
10New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — Chase's Mills
On Mill Street at Maple Street, on the right when traveling west on Mill Street.
Also known as Fox Hollow. Site of c.1808 Grist-Mill. Mills here provided lumber, textiles & food, creating a center for commerce and tradeMap (db m57349) HM
11New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — Fenton Farm
On Midline Road, on the right when traveling south.
1790 - 1930 Settled By Roswell Fenton Grandfather To U.S. Senator & NYS Gov Reuben E. Fenton "Breadalbane Dairy" 1930 - 50 Map (db m111566) HM
12New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — Frenchmans Creek
On Route 110.
In 1810 Duncan McMartin on this creek built a saw, grist, and woolen mill. He was surveyor, lawyer, judge court common pleas 1813, Later elected State SenatorMap (db m30962) HM
13New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — Hans' Creek
On County Route 110, on the right when traveling north.
Named by Sir Wm Johnson after a fishing trip with John Conye who fell out of the boat and nearly drowned. Hans being the name for JohnMap (db m30963) HM
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14New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — Home of Robert W. Chambers
On North Main Street at North Street on North Main Street.
Home Of Robert W. Chambers 1865-1933 Famous Author, Illustrator, and Amateur EntomologistMap (db m30957) HM
15New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — Hotel Broadalbin
On West Main Street (County Route 155), on the right when traveling east.
Hotel Landmark Hotel Broadalbin built 1854, added to 1881 & 1924 Served as gloveshop, hotel, hospital and present hotelMap (db m7424) HM
16New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — In Honor
On North Main Street, on the left.
In Honor of the men and women who served in the armed forces of the United States during World War II In memory of those who made the supreme sacrifice Michael Barna – Paul Borysink Fenton Brown – George Formire Richard Fraker . . . Map (db m131494) WM
17New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — In Honor/Dedicated/Gratitude
On Main Street near Saratoga Street, in the median.
In Honor of the valiant men who during the dark days of civil conflict realized that through Union alone could this nation survive and not counting the cost, laid their all on the altar of their country. Through their sacrifice the nation . . . Map (db m131492) WM
18New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — Italian Gardens
On Meadow Street, on the right when traveling west.
Built for the Husted Family C.1890 A. Chalmers Restored the Estate in 1921. Main- tained by the Christopher Family Since 1968. Map (db m152469) HM
19New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — Johnson Hall - 1763Johnstown — Historic New York —
On New York State Route 29, on the right when traveling east.
Sir William Johnson (1715-1774), Indian trader, statesman, diplomat and colonial empire builder. In 1763 he built Johnson Hall, the center of his estate and the scene of many Indian conferences. Coming from Ireland in 1738, Johnson traded with . . . Map (db m57406) HM
20New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — Kennyetto Creek
On Bridge Street south of Main Street, on the left when traveling north.
Named by the Mohawk Indians "snake trying to swallow it's (sic) tail." Valuable water source for early BroadabinMap (db m131457) HM
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21New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — Kitty Husted
On Maple Street, on the left when traveling east.
In memory of "Miss Kitty," a summer resident, who was major benefactor of Broadalbin in the late 1800's.Map (db m131458) HM
22New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — Locust Grove
On Route 30 close to Goodemote Road.
1805 home of Col. Tiffany Brockway. War of 1812 veteran abolitionist. Used as a stop on the underground railroad for fugitive slaves going North.Map (db m30959) HM
23New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — Marvin House
On County Route 110 at Route 109 on County Route 110.
Built 1815, site Sir Wm Johnson's Fish House by David Marvin, Conn. Rev. soldier; his son Dr. L.I. Marvin, Assemblyman 1840 from Fulton Co. House moved 1929Map (db m31516) HM
24New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — Old Fish House
On South Shore Road (County Route 110) at Fish House Road, on the left when traveling east on South Shore Road.
This road led to the center of Fish House where 5 roads converged amid hotels homes and stores. Flooded by the Sacandaga Reservoir in 1930Map (db m190495) HM
25New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — Sacandaga Pike
On County Route 110 near Benedict Loop, on the right when traveling south.
World Record Northern Pike Caught Near Benedict Bay On 9-15-1940 By Angler Peter Dubuc 52.5" Long / 46 Lbs. 2 Oz. GSL Fisheries Federation Inc. Map (db m97313) HM
26New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — Site of Dutch Reformed Church
On Route 155.
Site of Dutch Reformed Church of New Haerlem Founded 1792 and Historic Church Cemetery 1805-1871Map (db m30952) HM
27New York, Fulton County, Broadalbin — Veterans Hall
On Main Street.
J.B. McKean Post G.A.R. first met here February 23, 1891. R.L. Walsh Post Am. Leg. first met here September 19, 1919. 108 years serving America.Map (db m30955) HM
28New York, Fulton County, Caroga Lake — Town of Caroga War MemorialIn Memoriam
On New York State Route 29A.
The people of the Town of Caroga humbly dedicate this memorial to those veterans, past and present, living or dead, who fought for the freedom of the United States of America.Map (db m137013) WM
29New York, Fulton County, Ephratah — Rechtor Home
On New York State Route 29 at New York State Route 10 on State Route 29.
Rechtor Home Site of home of Nicholas Rechtor built about 1773. Revolutionary War soldier and Captain of Militia in TillaboroughMap (db m132318) HM
30New York, Fulton County, Ephratah — Rockwood1905
On New York State Route 29 at Valley Road, on the right when traveling west on State Route 29.
On this creek once stood E. Young's grist & saw mill, L. Stahl Saw Mill, Stahl & Benjamin Paper Mill, making this a prosperous hamlet.Map (db m131483) HM
31New York, Fulton County, Ephratah — Saltsman's Hotel
On New York State Route 10 at Co. 140 and Woods Road (County Route 140), on the right when traveling south on State Route 10.
Built by Peter Schram in early 1800. Established as Apollo Ballroom, eatery with stabling. Visited by Governors Rockefeller, FDRMap (db m131591) HM
32New York, Fulton County, Ephratah — Tillaboro Raid
On New York State Route 10 at Tillaboro Road, on the right when traveling east on State Route 10.
Took place within a two mile radius of this marker April 20, 1779. Up this road is site of old Tillaboro Church and CemeteryMap (db m132317) HM
33New York, Fulton County, Fish House — Covered Bridge
On South Shore Road (County Route 110) at Fish House Road (County Route 109), on the right when traveling south on South Shore Road.
Erected 1818, by state, at Fish House over Sacandaga River. D. Stewart, builder. Jacob Shew, Assemblyman. Torn down 1930. 2000 Ft. NorthMap (db m44404) HM
34New York, Fulton County, Fish House — Godfrey Shew
On County Road 110 west of Seneca Avenue, on the right when traveling west.
First settler Fish House under Sir Wm. Johnson, 1762 Sons, John, Stephen, Jacob captured in Tory & Indian raid June 3, 1778. Taken to CanadaMap (db m46497) HM
35New York, Fulton County, Fish House — Shew House
On South Shore Road (County Route 110) 0.2 miles north of Old Fish House Road, on the right when traveling north.
Built 1784 by Godfrey Shew and his sons John, Stephen and Jacob after their return from Canada as prisoners of Col. Ross on June 3, 1778Map (db m174867) HM
36New York, Fulton County, Fish House — Shew's Hill
Near Fish House Road at County Road 110.
On June 3, 1778 Godfrey Shew stationed his son Jacob to report approach Tory and Indian raiders under Col. Ross. Later family made prisoners.Map (db m46498) HM
37New York, Fulton County, Fish House — St John House
On U.S. 110.
Built 1795 by Alex St John On Confiscated Lands of Sir Guy Johnson, Nephew Of Sir William Johnson Map (db m46499) HM
38New York, Fulton County, Gloversville — A. J. & G. Park
On Harrison St., on the left when traveling north.
Opened July 12, 1906 Home of N.Y.S. League Jags Host to Future HOF Players, MLB, Negro League, Semi-Pro & Industrial Baseball Teams Dedicated October 13, 2013 Map (db m76527) HM
39New York, Fulton County, Gloversville — Berkshire Firehouse
On East Fulton Street (New York State Route 29A) west of New York State Route 30A, on the right when traveling west.
On this site in Aug 1950, the volunteer dept. was established by 50 men who dedicated countless hours protecting their community. In 2013 the BFD relocated and continues serving their community.Map (db m176634) HM
40New York, Fulton County, Gloversville — Berkshire School
On East Fulton Street (New York State Route 29A) west of New York State Route 30A, on the left when traveling west.
Common school district #5 built 1869 - 2 rooms 1938 -1 room addition closed 1969- torn down 2010 Consolidated with G.E.S.D. 1969.Map (db m176637) HM
41New York, Fulton County, Gloversville — FJ&G Headquarters
On West Fulton Street (New York State Route 29A), on the right when traveling west.
Site of The Headquarters of the Fonda, Johnstown and Gloversville, Rail Road 1870 -1984 Fulton County Historian 1995 Map (db m58952) HM
42New York, Fulton County, Gloversville — Kingsborough Academy
On Kingsboro Ave at Academy Place, on the right when traveling south on Kingsboro Ave.
Site Of Kingsborough Academy Built 1831 Demolished 1900 Private School 1831 - 1863 Public Elementary School 1863 - 1900 Bicentennial Fulton Co. 1976 Map (db m66548) HM
43New York, Fulton County, Gloversville — Parkhurst Field
On Harrison Street.
Parkhurst Field Original Site of 'JAG Park' & Home of Baseball Since 1906 For over one hundred years, baseball has been played on the Parkhurst Field grounds. Opened in July 1906 as the A.,J.&G. Baseball Park and home of the professional . . . Map (db m69242) HM
44New York, Fulton County, Gloversville — The History of Gloversville Little League
On Harrison Street at Industrial Parkway, on the right when traveling south on Harrison Street.
Little League® Baseball and Softball in Gloversville was the brainchild of local businessmen James Del Negro & John Kline back in 1954. At that time, Little League® Baseball was only 15 years old and had approximately 300 chartered leagues across . . . Map (db m189216) HM
45New York, Fulton County, Gloversville — Trail Station Park
On West Fulton Street, on the right when traveling west.
Trail Station Park [Text on the Back] This Monument Erected 1996 Marks the Site of the Gloversville Passenger Station and Main Offices of the Fonda, Johnstown and Gloversville Railroad It is Dedicated to those who Migrated . . . Map (db m68346) HM
46New York, Fulton County, Hagedorns Mills — Union Mills
On County Route 138 at Union Mills Road, on the right when traveling south on County Route 138.
This 19th c. hamlet had 4 creek-run mills, a printer, hotel, general store & P.O. Paper, pegs, lumber and a weekly paper were produced.Map (db m148081) HM
47New York, Fulton County, Johnston — 372 — Suffrage Pioneer
On North William Street near Church Street, on the left when traveling north.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton, 1815-1902. Her father practiced law here in early 19th C. inspiring her fight for women's rightsMap (db m136958) HM
48New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — 1 Mile to Baronial Home
On S. Williams Street at Madison Avenue on S. Williams Street.
1 mile to baronial home of Sir William Johnson erected 1762 open to visitorsMap (db m50225) HM
49New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — A Colonial(Sir William Johnson)
On Main Street.
Sent to the Province of New York in 1737, by his uncle Sir Peter Warren for the purpose of supervising landed property in the Mohawk Valley, William Johnson engaged in trade with settlers and Indians. Prospering in mercantile enterprises, he . . . Map (db m52124) HM
50New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — A Military Commander(Sir William Johnson)
On Main Street.
Hostilities of the Seven Years' War having commenced, Colonel William Johnson was commissioned a Major General of Provincial Forces and assigned to command the Crown Point Expedition against the French, in 1755. After the failure of the other . . . Map (db m52121) HM
51New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Ace Vaughan Air Port
On North East Ave near Prindle Ave, on the right when traveling north.
. . . Map (db m152501) HM
52New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Battle Field
On Johnson Ave., on the right when traveling north.
Battle of Johnstown fought Oct. 25, 1781. American forces led by Col. Willett British forces under Maj. Ross and Capt. Butler. Bicentennial Fulton Co. 1975 Map (db m58940) HM
53New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Colonial Cemetery
On West Green Street near W. State Street & N. William Street (New York State Route 29), on the right when traveling west.
Remains of many Johnstown notables of colonial and revolutionary days buried hereMap (db m5686) HM
54New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Colonial Court House
On North William Street (New York State Route 29) near W. Main Street (New York State Route 67), on the right when traveling south.
Erected 1772 Only Colonial Court House In State of New York First Court General Sessions, Tryon County, September 8, 1772Map (db m5682) HM
55New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Elizabeth Cady Stanton1815 - 1902
On North Market Street near West Main Street (New York State Route 29/67), on the right when traveling north.
Pioneer For Women's Rights Was Born in Cady Home Located On This Site Erected By New York State Education Department And Johnstown Chapter, D.A.R. 1937 Rededicated Sep. 18, 1975 Map (db m59062) HM
56New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B. Anthony    1815 - 1902         1820 - 1906
On South William Street, on the right when traveling south.
The History of Woman Suffrage in Four Volumes is the documentary masterpiece from 50 years of co-operative teamwork between Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony. Both were outstanding leaders in the campaign for . . . Map (db m50238) HM
57New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Fort Johnstown
On S. Perry Street at E.Montgomery Street on S. Perry Street.
This structure was built in 1772 as the Tryon County Jail. It was placed on the highest ground in the village in case of Indian attack or war. It was considered one of America's strongest buildings for defense, with massive stone walls impervious to . . . Map (db m55351) HM
58New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Fort Johnstown
On South Perry Street at Montgomery Street, on the right when traveling north on South Perry Street.
Important frontier civil and military prison during revolution. Inspected by Washington in 1783 Map (db m67459) HM
59New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Fort Johnstown
On South Perry Street at East Montgomery Street, on the right when traveling north on South Perry Street.
. . . Map (db m68230) HM
60New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Founder of Johnstown(Sir William Johnson)
On Main Street.
In efforts to develop great land holdings, he surveyed and laid out the village of Johnstown, built the first public school, and after Tryon County was set off in 1772, ensured the location of the county seat here. Interested in learning, he was a . . . Map (db m52094) HM
61New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Grave of Sir William Johnson
Near Church Street just west of Market Street.
Grave of Sir William Johnson Baronet 1715 - MASON - 1774 His Indian name Warraghiyagey "he who does much business" Founder of Johnstown St. John's Episcopal Church St. Patrick's Lodge 4 F.&A.M. First Free School Supt. of Indian . . . Map (db m54281) HM
62New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Historic Johnstown
On W.Main Street at N. Market Street on W.Main Street.
1. Johnson Hall - 1763. Baronial home of Sir William Johnson, Superintendent of Indian Affairs for the British Crown. Johnson Hall is listed as a National Historic Landmark. Prior to the Revolutionary War, the home was a Native American trade and . . . Map (db m209349) HM
63New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — In Memory of Sir William Johnson, Baronet.
On W. State Street at Hall Ave. on W. State Street.
A man of strong character. A colossal pioneer. One of the greatest men of his time. Sole superintendent and faithful friend of the Six Nations and their Allies. Their Warragiyaey. Founder of Johnstown. He established here the first free school in . . . Map (db m57754) HM
64New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — James Burk's Inn
On S. Williams Street at W. Montgomery Street on S. Williams Street.
Moved here about 1788. Lot formerly Sir WM Johnson's. Village called John's Town. Younglove home 1812-1926. D.A.R. Chapter House 1926Map (db m76652) HM
65New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Johnson Hall
On West State Street (New York State Route 29) at Hall Avenue, on the right when traveling west on West State Street.
→ Baronial Home of Sir William Johnson Erected 1762 Open to VisitorsMap (db m5687) HM
66New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Johnson Hall - 1763Johnstown — Historic New York —
On North William Street (New York State Route 29) near W. Main Street (New York State Route 67), on the right when traveling north.
Historic New York Johnson Hall - 1763 Johnstown     Sir William Johnson (1715-1774), Indian trader, statesman,diplomat and Colonial Empire Builder, in 1763 built Johnson Hall, the center of his estate and the scene of many Indian . . . Map (db m5683) HM
67New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Johnson Hall / The Landscape of Johnson Hall
Near Hall Avenue.
Johnson Hall A man of Sir William’s position required a grand home to impress his many guests who arrived for political, financial, and diplomatic discussions. Commitments in the French and Indian War(1754-63), however, kept him from . . . Map (db m136523) HM
68New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Johnson Hall 1762
Baronial home of Sir William Johnson. One of the most historic colonial buildings in the United States.Map (db m59002) HM
69New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Johnson Hall State Historic SiteRevolution in the Mohawk Valley
On Hall Avenue.
Sir William Johnson built Johnson Hall in 1763 as the center of a grand estate. He was made a British baronet for his role in the French & Indian Wars, a title his son, John, inherited upon his death in 1774. By December 1775, rebel unrest led John . . . Map (db m58846) HM
70New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Johnstown Civil War Memorial
On Union Place.
In memory of the soldiers and sailors of the Civil War who fighting not for themselves but for future generations. Saved the nation.Map (db m49978) HM
71New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — July 9, 1889 Flood
On North Perry Street, on the right when traveling north.
Bridge Here Destroyed 13 Onlookers Swept Away Only 8 Survive Upon Failure of Shriver's Mill Dam Map (db m69073) HM
72New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Landscaping Johnson Hall
On W. State Street at Janet Drive on W. State Street.
New York State purchased Johnson Hall in 1906. At that time, after almost 150 years of changing ownership, only 20 acres remained intact of the original 700+ acre property. The Johnstown Historical Society, trustee of Johnson Hall in the early . . . Map (db m58844) HM
73New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Last Home
On New York State Route 10 close to Newkirk Road.
Last home of Nicholas Stoner soldier of the American Revolution and the War of 1812. Died here, Nov. 24, 1853 age 92 yearsMap (db m49971) HM
74New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Lest We Forget
Near W. Main Street.
Commemorating the first veterans of our nation who fell in the Battle of Johnstown one of the last battles of the American Revolution October 25, 1781Map (db m51705) HM
75New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Matthias B. Hildreth
On South William Street south of Main Street (New York State Route 67), on the left when traveling south.
Site of The residence of Matthias B. Hildreth. Served as Attorney General of the State of New York from 1808 to 1812.Map (db m137017) HM
76New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — May 22, 1780
On New York State Route 29 at Hales Mills Road, on the right when traveling west on State Route 29.
Lodowick Putman and son Aaron killed in their home here in Sir John Johnson's raid into Tryon County. They are buried here.Map (db m49608) HM
77New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Royal Mountain
On New York State Route 10, on the left when traveling north.
Jumpin' Jack Johnston, 3X World Champion 1976-1978, freestyle aerialist skier, executed his first aerial on "The Challenge" in 1972.Map (db m136980) HM
78New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Site of Battle In American Revolution
On Johnson Ave. at O'Neil Ave., on the right when traveling north on Johnson Ave..
This tablet marks the site of the battle fought in The War of the American Revolution October 25th 1781, and was erected by The Johnstown Chapter DAR August 31st 1901 Charter Day Thus we show to Succeeding generations that we honor . . . Map (db m59006) HM
79New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Site of First St John's Church North
On West State Street at W. Green Street on West State Street.
Site of First St John's Church (1760) erected by Sir William Johnson; first Church of England North of the Mohawk RiverMap (db m50747) HM
80New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Superintendent of Indian Affairs(Sir William Johnson)
On Main Street.
Gaining considerable knowledge of Indian Affairs, his area of responsibility for administration reached from Hudson's Bay Canada to the Carolinas. From the Atlantic to as far west as any Indians were known. Appointed to deal with Indians, and . . . Map (db m52120) HM
81New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Talmadge Edwards
On S. Williams Street at W. Montgomery Street on S. Williams Street.
Rev. War Veteran 1747-1821 expert tanner, began first glove shop behind home on this site 1808. - Founded Fulton Co. leather industryMap (db m68523) HM
82New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — The Drumm House
On West Green Street at West State Street (New York State Route 29), on the right when traveling west on West Green Street. Reported missing.
1763 The Drumm House Home of Edward Wall School Master Sir William Johnson's Free SchoolMap (db m50749) HM
83New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Tryon County CourthouseRevolutionary War Heritage Trail
On North William Street (New York State Route 29) near West Main Street (New York State Route 67), on the right when traveling south.
This is the only colonial period courthouse still in use in New York State. Tryon County was formed in March 1772 after much lobbying by Sir William Johnson. He donated most of the money needed to build a new courthouse designed by Samuel Fuller of . . . Map (db m51896) HM
84New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Union Hall
On Union Place.
Famous Post-Revolutionary tavern, resort of "Nick" Stoner, erected 1798 by Capt. Jean Batiste Vaumane de Fon Claire, former officer in French Army under Louis XVIMap (db m49975) HM
85New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Veterans of All Wars Flagpole
On Union Place.
Dedicated to Veterans of All WarsMap (db m49979) HM
86New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — War of 1812
On New York State Route 29, 30A, 0.2 miles north of Main Street, on the right when traveling north.
General George Izard troops encamped here in Sept. 1814 marching from Plattsburgh to Sackett's Harbour by the old state road through Johnstown.Map (db m49972) HM
87New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Who Was Sir William Johnson ?
Near Hall Avenue, on the right when traveling west.
Sir William Johnson (1715-1774) came from Ireland in 1738 to administer his uncle's lands in the Mohawk Valley. Johnson became a planter, trader, military officer, land speculator, statesman, Indian agent and churchman. He built a store to trade . . . Map (db m58944) HM
88New York, Fulton County, Johnstown — Women's Rights
On North Market Street, on the right when traveling north.
Birthplace of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, 1815 - 1902 Pioneer of Women's Rights A Leader in the Women's Suffrage Movement. George E. Pataki, Governor Map (db m59068) HM
89New York, Fulton County, Lassellsville — Lassellsville
On New York State Route 29 at County Route 119, on the right when traveling west on State Route 29.
On this corner once stood a tavern, store, blacksmith shop, wagon factory, built by William Lassell who purchased 50 acres in 1805.Map (db m136704) HM
90New York, Fulton County, Mayfield — Amasa Stephen
On County Route 146, on the right when traveling west.
Was Murdered Near Here By Sir John Johnson And His Loyalist And Indian Allies May 22, 1780 Raid. Early Settler And Patriot Map (db m97406) HM
91New York, Fulton County, Mayfield — Anthonyville
On 30 at Blowers Road, on the right when traveling south on 30.
Anthonyville Site of First Brick Home In Town of Mayfield. Birthplace of George T. Anthony. Quaker, Civil War Officer, Governor State of Kansas. 1876-1879 Map (db m46954) HM
92New York, Fulton County, Mayfield — Baptist Church
On Riceville Road, on the right when traveling west.
Of Mayfield and Broadalbin Organized Here in 1792, Then The Home of Caleb Woodworth, Soldier Of Revolution, First Settler Map (db m76523) HM
93New York, Fulton County, Mayfield — Burying Ground
On County Route 146, on the right when traveling west.
Graves of Captain Gershom Woodworth, French and Indian and Revolutionary Wars and Sergeant Selah Woodworth of Revolution: Mayfield Pioneer.Map (db m68208) HM
94New York, Fulton County, Mayfield — Burying Ground
On Vandenburgh Point Road at Highland Road, on the right when traveling south on Vandenburgh Point Road.
Of Major Harmon And Francis Van Buren, Seventh Albany County Regiment, Revolutionary War. Settlers On This Land. Map (db m97468) HM
95New York, Fulton County, Mayfield — Captain Solomon WoodworthSergeant John Dunham
On Riceville Road south of Phelps Street, on the right when traveling south.
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96New York, Fulton County, Mayfield — Cranberry Creek
On Gilbert Road, 0.2 miles north of Bushnell Road, on the right when traveling north.
This road led to the former hamlet of Cranberry Creek. A small community with RR station, it was flooded by Sacandaga Reservoir in 1930Map (db m190516) HM
97New York, Fulton County, Mayfield — Cranberry Creek
On New York State Route 30 at Heyday Lane, on the right when traveling south on State Route 30.
Common School #9 Town of Mayfield Built 1800's. Original member of the Mayfield Central SD created in 1937 Closed in 1944 and burned down in 1946 Lot sold at auction 1958 Land from Gilbert family farmMap (db m190517) HM
98New York, Fulton County, Mayfield — Dutch Reformed Church of Mayfield
On School Street, on the right when traveling east.
»—–› Site Of Dutch Reformed Church of Mayfield, 1793-1826. Churchyard containing remains of many pioneers of this section. Map (db m68163) HM
99New York, Fulton County, Mayfield — First Maple Sap Tubing System
On Mountain Road (County Route 123), on the right when traveling east.
On this site in 1916 Wm C Brower invented and patented the first sap gravity flow tubing system from tree to sugar house for making maple syrupMap (db m68213) HM
100New York, Fulton County, Mayfield — Indian Raid
On Paradise Point Road at Furguson Road, on the right when traveling east on Paradise Point Road.
Jacob Dunham and Samuel, his son, killed here April 1779. Others of the family escaped by hiding in the woods. Site of their home.Map (db m33007) HM

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