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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Livingston County, New York

 
Clickable Map of Livingston 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 Livingston County, NY (157) Allegany County, NY (55) Genesee County, NY (105) Monroe County, NY (394) Ontario County, NY (157) Steuben County, NY (100) Wyoming County, NY (81)  LivingstonCounty(157) Livingston County (157)  AlleganyCounty(55) Allegany County (55)  GeneseeCounty(105) Genesee County (105)  MonroeCounty(394) Monroe County (394)  OntarioCounty(157) Ontario County (157)  SteubenCounty(100) Steuben County (100)  WyomingCounty(81) Wyoming County (81)
Geneseo is the county seat for Livingston County
Adjacent to Livingston County, New York
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      Genesee County (105)  
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1New York (Livingston County), Avon — 5 Arch Bridge
On Avon-Geneseo Road (Route 39) just north of Cemetery Road, on the right when traveling south.
Built 1856-57 by the Genesee Valley RR to span the Conesus Outlet. The 200 ft. long x 12 ft. wide limestone bridge was part of the Rochester-Avon-Geneseo-Mt. Morris Line. Avon became a RR hub connecting Buffalo-Rochester-Corning-Hornell. The line . . . Map (db m58050) HM
2New York (Livingston County), Avon — Albert C. Burke Jr.1925-2005 — Family • Community • Country —
On U.S. 20, on the right when traveling east.
Albert Burke served as Avon town supervisor, downtown merchant, World War II veteran, and was a dedicated husband and father to nine children. for over 40 years. He lived and worked "on the circle at Park Place, as an active member of the . . . Map (db m146489) HM
3New York (Livingston County), Avon — Avon Civil War Monument
On Main Street (New York State Route 5) at Genesee Street, in the median on Main Street.
In the winter of 1865, the Soldiers' Monument Association of Avon was formed with Calvin Knowles, president, John Marsh, secretary, Stephen Hosmer, treasurer. Their purpose was to raise sufficient funds to erect a memorial that recognized the . . . Map (db m145705) HM
4New York (Livingston County), Avon — Berry's Tavern
On West Main Street (U.S. 20) 0.4 miles west of Wadsworth Avenue (New York State Route 39), on the left when traveling west.
100 feet north is site of
Berry's Tavern
& Ferry 1789, first bridge over Genesee River 1804
200 feet south is site of old fordMap (db m52233) HM
5New York (Livingston County), Avon — East Avon
On Lakeville Road (New York State Route 15) at East Avon - Lima Road (U.S. 20), on the left when traveling north on Lakeville Road.
. . . Map (db m125485) HM
6New York (Livingston County), Avon — Ganson's Mill
On Rochester Street (New York State Route 39) 1.5 miles north of Main Street (U.S. 20), on the left when traveling north.
100 feet east is site of
Ganson's Mill
1789
First flour mill in Genesee ValleyMap (db m52244) HM
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7New York (Livingston County), Avon — John Hubbard Forsyth
On Lakeville Road (New York State Route 15) at Henty Road, on the left when traveling north on Lakeville Road.
John Hubbard Forsyth born August 10, 1797, John farmed this land with his father. After his wife, Deborah, died in 1828, he left his family in New York traveling to Kentucky where he joined a cavalry unit. Later he became a Captain in . . . Map (db m125491) HM
8New York (Livingston County), Avon — North Avon
On Gilbert Mills Road at North Avon Road, on the right when traveling south on Gilbert Mills Road.
Gilbert's Mill built by Thomas Hanna 1808. Rebuilt 1826, sold to CS Gilbert 1855 converted to a dwelling 1954. Also a school, blacksmith, store and distillery.Map (db m158913) HM
9New York (Livingston County), Avon — Site of Ca-Na-Wau-Gus
On Route 5 (Route 5) at Caledonia AVon Rd (Rte 5) & River Rd on Route 5.
Seneca Indian village. Birthplace of Cornplanter and Handsome Lake the Peace Prophet. Map (db m127355) HM
10New York (Livingston County), Avon — South Avon
On Avon-Geneseo Road (New York State Route 39).
Farming & industrial community dating from 1800 with a school, blacksmith, grange hall, factories & mills. Chadwick Tavern built 1830.Map (db m58049) HM
11New York (Livingston County), Caledonia — Big Springs
On Main Street (New York State Route 5) at Pioneer Road, on the right when traveling west on Main Street.
Ancient Indian camp site on Niagara Trail. Earliest white tourist 1615. Scottish settlers 1799. Terminus Pioneer R.R. 1838.Map (db m117016) HM
12New York (Livingston County), Caledonia — Caledonia
On North Street (New York State Route 36) at Pamela Way, on the right when traveling south on North Street.
Organized 1803 as town of Southampton; name changed to Caledonia 1806; Scottish emigrants settled 1799 Village incorporated 1891Map (db m58020) HM
13New York (Livingston County), Caledonia — Caledonia
On State Street (New York State Route 5) just east of Park Place, on the right when traveling west.
Organized 1803 as town of Southampton; name changed to Caledonia 1806; Scottish emigrants settled 1799 Village incorporated 1891Map (db m58246) HM
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14New York (Livingston County), Caledonia — Ca-Na-Wau-Gus
On Caledonia-Avon Road (New York State Route 5) at River Road, on the right when traveling east on Caledonia-Avon Road.
Site of Ca-Na-Wau-Gus Seneca Indian Village Birthplace of Cornplanter and Handsome Lake the Peace ProphetMap (db m64945) HM
15New York (Livingston County), Caledonia — Erected 1826
On Main Street (New York State Route 36 & 5) 0 miles west of North Street & State Street (Route 36 & 5).
By Major Gad Blakslee Early Post Office First Bank Apothecary Shop Now Caledonia LibraryMap (db m58018) HM
16New York (Livingston County), Caledonia — Erected 1827
On Main Street (Route 36 & 5) 0 miles east of Center Street.
By James R. Clark Early tavern, post office, early bank, library Certified by Historic American Buildings SurveyMap (db m58019) HM
17New York (Livingston County), Caledonia — In Memory
On Main Street (New York State Route 5) at North Street (New York State Route 36), in the median on Main Street.
In memory of the men who served in defence of our country Map (db m117017) WM
18New York (Livingston County), Caledonia — In Memory of a Soldier
On Avon-Caledonia Road (New York State Route 5) 0.2 miles east of Cold Spring Road, on the right when traveling west.
In memory of a soldier of the War of 1812 buried here 1814 My brave lad he sleeps In his faded coat of blue In his lonely grave unknown Lies the heart that beat so trueMap (db m58244) WM
19New York (Livingston County), Caledonia — John Hugh McNaughton
On Avon-Caledonia Road (New York State Route 5) 0.2 miles east of Lowery Road, on the right when traveling west.
1826-1891 Lived here 20 years Famous Poet & Song WriterMap (db m58242) HM
20New York (Livingston County), Caledonia — Seth Green
Near North Street (New York State Route 36) 0.2 miles north of Pamela Way.
1817 Seth Green 1888 Father of fish culture in America. World-famed pioneer in conservation, in 1837 devised and here in 1864 developed the artificial propagation of fish. Map (db m117022) HM
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21New York (Livingston County), Caledonia — State Hatchery
Near North Street (New York State Route 36) 0.2 miles north of Pamela Way.
1885 1935 State Hatchery First state fish hatchery 1870 Seth Green "Father of Fish Culture" Superintendent Map (db m117020) HM
22New York (Livingston County), Conesus — Conesus Amusement Hall
On South Livonia Road (New York State Route 15) at Railroad Avenue, on the right when traveling south on South Livonia Road.
Conesus Amusement Hall 1888 This property is listed in the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior. Built by Conesus Stockholders. Map (db m116982) HM
23New York (Livingston County), Conesus — 213 — Conesus Amusement Hall
On South Livonia Road (New York State Route NY15) at Railroad Ave, on the left when traveling north on South Livonia Road.
Has Been Placed On The National Register Of Historic Places In 2005 By The United States Department Of The InteriorMap (db m170245) HM
24New York (Livingston County), Conesus — Gravesite of Captain Daniel Shays
Near West Swamp Road (New York State Route 256) 0.8 miles south of Guiltner Road.
Gravesite ← of Captain Daniel Shays 1747 - 1825 Captain Shays served with the Continental Army, and was the leader of Shays' Rebellion in Massachusetts. Shays' Rebellion had a lasting effect on the framing of our Country's Constitution, . . . Map (db m116983) HM
25New York (Livingston County), Conesus — Kelleman Log Cabin
Near South Livonia Road (New York State Route 15) at Federal Road (County Route 56).
Kelleman Log Cabin 1816 This property is listed in the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior. Moved from lot #90 - Route 255. Map (db m116979) HM
26New York (Livingston County), Conesus — Military Route
On West Lake Road (New York State Route 256) at Sliker Hill Road (County Route 33), on the right when traveling south on West Lake Road.
Military Route of the Sullivan - Clinton army on its campaign against the British and Indians of western New York in 1779. Map (db m116975) HM
27New York (Livingston County), Conesus — Union Cemetery
On West Swamp Road (New York State Route 256) 0.8 miles south of Guiltner Road, on the right when traveling south.
Here is buried Captain Daniel Shays 1747-1825 Served in the Revolution. Leader of Shays' Rebellion. Map (db m116984) HM
28New York (Livingston County), Cuylerville — Boyd & Parker Park
On Cuylerville Road (U.S. 20A) 0.2 miles west of Barrett Road, on the left when traveling west.
Has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2009 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m158758) HM
29New York (Livingston County), Cuylerville — Genesee Castle
Near Cuylerville Road (U.S. 20A) 0.2 miles west of Barrett Road.
or Little Beard's Town De-O-Nun-Da-Ga-A (Where the Hill is Near) This principal village of the Senecas was destroyed in 1779 and was the farthest point reached by General John Sullivan and an army of four thousand men acting under direct . . . Map (db m58056) HM
30New York (Livingston County), Cuylerville — National Hotel
On Cuylerville Road (U.S. 20A) 0.2 miles east of River Road, on the right when traveling west.
Built circa 1840 along the Genesee Valley Canal. Listed Dec. 6, 2004 in the National Register of Historic Places.Map (db m58064) HM
31New York (Livingston County), Cuylerville — Routes of the Armies
On Cuylerville Road (U.S. 20A) 0.2 miles west of Barrett Road.
Routes of the Armies of General John Sullivan and General James Clinton 1779 An expedition against the hostile Indian nations which checked the aggressions of the English and Indians of the frontier of New York and Pennsylvania, extending westward . . . Map (db m58058) HM
32New York (Livingston County), Cuylerville — The International Society of Arboriculture and the National Arborist Association
Near Cuylerville Road (New York State Route 20A) 0.2 miles west of Barrett Road.
Jointly recognize this significant tree in the bicentennial year as having lived here during the American Revolutionary Period. 1776-1976Map (db m58055) HM
33New York (Livingston County), Cuylerville — This wayside shrine marks the place
On Cuylerville Road (U.S. 20A) 0.2 miles west of Barrett Road, on the left when traveling west.
This wayside shrine marks the place where on September 14, 1779 two young soldiers of the Revolution Lieutenant Thomas Boys and Sergeant Michael Parker met death undaunted in the line of duty after lingering torture. They marked with their blood . . . Map (db m58057) HM
34New York (Livingston County), Dalton — 509 — Dalton RR Depot
On Depot St. at Oakland Street, on the right when traveling east on Depot St..
Dalton RR Depot Established here ca. 1852 as Nunda Station. Changed to Dalton in 1880. Closed in 1959 and razed in 1966. Part of the Erie Railroad.Map (db m151153) HM
35New York (Livingston County), Dansville — Bisbeetown
On Nunda-Dansville Rd (New York State Route 436), on the right when traveling west.
Settled 1819 by Luther Bisbee Born 1762 - Died 1856 Soldier in the American Revolution from Massachusetts Site 1st house 1 mile southMap (db m152683) HM
36New York (Livingston County), Dansville — Clara Barton HouseChapter No. 1 of the American Red Cross
On Elizabeth Street just north of Ossian Street, on the right when traveling south.
Given to Clara Barton, Chapter No. 1 of the American National Red Cross, in memory of Emma Hartman Noyes, a charter member of this chapter, by her children Nicholas H. Noyes, Jansen Noyes, and Katherine E. Noyes, December 28, 1949.Map (db m198737) HM
37New York (Livingston County), Dansville — Dansville Civil War Monument
On Ossian Street (New York State Route 36) at Spruce Street, on the left when traveling west on Ossian Street.
(front) From Fort Sumpter to Appomattox G.A.R. (right) 1861 Let us have Peace Grant 1865 Fraternity (rear) With malice towards none, with charity for all. Lincoln . . . Map (db m75797) WM
38New York (Livingston County), Dansville — Dansville Honors Its Veterans of All Wars
On Clara Barton Street (New York State Route 36) 0.1 miles south of Washington Street, on the left when traveling south.
[center] Dansville Honors Its Veterans of All Wars. In the glory of their youth, we shall remember them. [left] Dansville Area Honors Its Heroes. In loving tribute and grateful appreciation to all Dansville area military men and . . . Map (db m76052) WM
39New York (Livingston County), Dansville — 383 — Dansville Library
On Main St (New York State Route 63), on the right when traveling north.
has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977 by the United States Department of the Interior.Map (db m178117) HM
40New York (Livingston County), Dansville — 319 — Early Cemetery
On Church Street.
Revolutionary War veteran Nathaniel Porter buried 1797. Some early residents still interred here after headstones removed in 19th c.Map (db m133064) HM
41New York (Livingston County), Dansville — 301 — Elias H. Geiger
On Geiger Rd, 0.3 miles north of McCurdy Road (County Route 49), on the left when traveling north.
Elias H. Geiger 1819-1895. Built this home in 1871. Orphaned at age 7. Became a carpenter, farmer, owner of steam sawmills and large tracts of land.Map (db m151739) HM
42New York (Livingston County), Dansville — First Local Red Cross
On Clara Barton Street (New York State Route 36) at Church Street, on the right when traveling north on Clara Barton Street.
In this church was organized the first local Red Cross Society in the United States by Clara Barton, August 22, 1881.Map (db m75848) HM
43New York (Livingston County), Dansville — Home - 1850
On New York State Route 436, 0.6 miles east of Shaw Rd, on the right when traveling east.
of Luther Bisbee II and his wife, Eliza West. Descendants of Thomas Besbidge and Francis West, freemen of Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts 1637-1670Map (db m158649) HM
44New York (Livingston County), Dansville — Indian Cabin
On Nunda-Dansville Road.
Indian cabin nearby is the site of the last cabin in this town, occupied by the Senecas, before their removal to the Buffalo reservation, 1826Map (db m100019) HM
45New York (Livingston County), Dansville — 532 — One Room School
On Poag’s Hole Road, on the left when traveling north.
Ossian District 2 est. here ca. 1824. Closed ca. 1933. Gordon Wilson, trustee, ca. 1928-1932. Later chaired County Board of Supervisors.Map (db m132678) HM
46New York (Livingston County), Dansville — Site of First House in Dansville
On Clara Barton Street (New York State Route 36) 0.2 miles south of Interstate 390, on the left when traveling north.
Built in 1795 by Cornelius McCoy who came from America from Ireland in 1788.Map (db m76009) HM
47New York (Livingston County), Dansville — Site of Old South Church
On NYS Rte. 63 (New York State Route 63) just north of White Bridge Rd., on the left when traveling north.
First church in Sparta, 1808 Among first in western N.Y. Burial place of pioneers and revolutionary soldiersMap (db m64941) HM
48New York (Livingston County), Dansville — Site of the First Church
On Main Street (Route 63) 0.1 miles north of Frankllin St (New York State Route 256).
Site of the First Church in Dansville German Evangelical Lutheran Church 1826-1918Map (db m64938) HM
49New York (Livingston County), Dansville — St. Paul's Lutheran ChurchDansville, NY
Near Clara Barton Street (New York State Route 36) at Church Street, on the right when traveling east.
Has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m198734) HM
50New York (Livingston County), Dansville — Telegraph Road
On Nunda-Dansville Rd (New York State Route 436), on the right when traveling west.
Route of New York and Erie telegraph line constructed in 1848, under the supervision of Ezra Cornell founder of Cornell UniversityMap (db m152690) HM
51New York (Livingston County), East Avon — Protected FarmlandCoyne Farms
On East Avon Lima Road (U.S. 20) at Jenks Road, on the left when traveling east on East Avon Lima Road.
In 2011 Genesee Valley Conservancy and the Coyne family permanently protected 1,410 acres of farmland.Map (db m146431) HM
52New York (Livingston County), Fowlerville — Fowlerville
On MacIntyre Road (County Route 67) at Fowlerville Road (County Route 5), on the right when traveling south on MacIntyre Road.
Genesee Valley Canal port. Named for Wells Fowler, the first settler and postmaster 1816. Canal Warehouses and tavern called Spencerville.Map (db m58637) HM
53New York (Livingston County), Geneseo — 637 — Ambuscade
On David Gray Hill Road at Barber Hill Road, on the right when traveling west on David Gray Hill Road.
A quarter mi. east of this site, Senecas & their British allies ambushed a scouting party killing 14 Continental Soldiers on Sept. 13, 1779Map (db m158559) HM WM
54New York (Livingston County), Geneseo — Big Tree Lodge
On Main Street (New York State Route 39) just south of University Drive, on the right when traveling south.
In early days this was the home of banker Allen Ayrault and his wife Bethia. The Ayraults, promoters of business, civic, cultural and religious interests in the Valley, built this mansion in 1833 and called it "Big Tree Lodge". It was enlarged for . . . Map (db m58054) HM
55New York (Livingston County), Geneseo — Brevet Major General James S. Wadsworth
Near Court Street at Avon Road (New York State Route 39).
Brevet Major General James S. Wadsworth, October 1807 - May 1864. Mortally wounded at the Battle of the Wilderness. He believed in the Union, Emancipation, and the Genesee Valley, and for those he gave his life.Map (db m117013) WM
56New York (Livingston County), Geneseo — Cobblestone School
On Center Street at Elm Street, on the left when traveling west on Center Street.
Cobblestone School ——·•·—— Built in 1838, this was the school house for Geneseo District No. 5 for nearly a century. In 1932 the building became the Livingston County Museum. The land was given by the Pioneer . . . Map (db m117009) HM
57New York (Livingston County), Geneseo — 751 — County Poorhouse
On Lakeville Rd (New York State Route 20A) at Millennium Dr, on the right on Lakeville Rd.
Est. 1829 near here. Buildings erected on this site between 1850-1879. Residents moved to new County Infirmary 1964.Map (db m176863) HM
58New York (Livingston County), Geneseo — 629 — Courthouse
On Main St (New York State Route 39), on the left when traveling north.
Original structure built on this site ca. 1822. New front section built 1898 designed by noted architect Claude Fayette Bragdon.Map (db m182834) HM
59New York (Livingston County), Geneseo — First Bank
On Main Street (New York State Route 39) 0.1 miles north of Center Street, on the left when traveling north.
Built in 1830, the Livingston County Bank was the first bank in Livingston County. Allen Ayrault of Big Tree Lodge was President until 1855. From 1887 to 1983 the building served as the Geneseo Post Office. Erected 1995Map (db m158751) HM
60New York (Livingston County), Geneseo — Geneseo Historic District
On Main Street (New York State Route 39) 0.2 miles north of South Street (U.S. 20A), on the left when traveling south.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior November 9, 1977Map (db m58052) HM
61New York (Livingston County), Geneseo — Groveland Hill
On South Street (Alternate U.S. 20) at Groveland Road (County Road 10), on the right when traveling east on South Street.
Tory-Indian ambush
Sullivan Expedition 1779
Fifteen scouts killed
Boyd and Parker capture
6 milesMap (db m52231) HM
62New York (Livingston County), Geneseo — History of Mining in the Genesee Valley
On Center Street east of 2nd Street, on the right when traveling east.
History of Mining In The Genesee Valley Rock Salt mining began in 1884, in Retsof NY, with the building of Empire Salt Company, which changed to Retsof Mining Company in 1885. The Sterling Mining Co, in Cuylerville, NY was built in 1890. The Gray . . . Map (db m158413) HM
63New York (Livingston County), Geneseo — In Memory of
On Avon Road (New York State Route 39) at North Street, on the left when traveling south on Avon Road.
In memory of the men of Geneseo who offered their lives in defense of their country Map (db m117014) WM
64New York (Livingston County), Geneseo — 11 — Phantom Indian of Conesus Lake — Legends & Lore —
On Long Point Park Road.
Promoted by Colonel S. Tooey Appearing by moonlight in canoe calling for help Tales still shared today Map (db m129046) HM
65New York (Livingston County), Geneseo — 498 — Shaw Sisters
On Main Street (New York State Route 39) 0.1 miles south of North Street, on the right when traveling south.
Home of Nicholas Shaw Fraser and Eleanor Shaw Smith ca. 1910-1948. Held offices in state and national women's suffrage organizations.Map (db m142147) HM
66New York (Livingston County), Geneseo — Site of Camp Union
On Rorbach Lane at Lima Road, on the left when traveling east on Rorbach Lane.
Site of Camp Union ——·•·—— In a regimental camp near this spot, more than 700 men from this Valley were trained for Civil War service under the direction of Col. John Rorbach of Geneseo. They became Companies A-G of . . . Map (db m117008) HM
67New York (Livingston County), Geneseo — Site of First Church
On Main Street (New York State Route 39) 0.2 miles north of South Street (U.S. 20A), on the left when traveling south.
Geneseo's first church building occupied this site, facing the Village Square, from 1818 until 1884. This Presbyterian Church, known as "The White Church", contained in its tower a four-sided town clock, also a good bell, paid for in wool by Pioneer . . . Map (db m58053) HM
68New York (Livingston County), Geneseo — Site of Original Wadsworth Cabin
On Genesee Street (New York State Route 63 at milepost 20.9), 0.2 miles south of Mary Jemison Drive, on the right when traveling south.
Site of Original Wadsworth Cabin ——·•·—— The Pioneer Wadsworth Brothers, James and William, arrived from Connecticut, June 10, 1790, and became Geneseo's first permanent settlers. The original dwelling of the . . . Map (db m117012) HM
69New York (Livingston County), Geneseo — Temple Hill
On East South Street (U.S. 20A at milepost 9.1) at Temple Hill Street, on the right when traveling west on East South Street.
Temple Hill ——·•·—— This area so called because Geneseo's earliest house of worship was here (1810). On this ridge was the first Livington County High School (1826), which later became Temple Hill Academy. Temple . . . Map (db m117007) HM
70New York (Livingston County), Geneseo — Treaty of Big Tree
On U.S. 20A at Mary Jemison Drive, on the left when traveling north on U.S. 20A.
About 1/4 mile west ➵ Treaty of Big Tree Site of memorable treaty releasing Seneca title to 3,600,000 acres of land September 15, 1797Map (db m161692) HM
71New York (Livingston County), Geneseo — Village Square
On Main Street (New York State Route 39) 0.2 miles north of South Street (U.S. 20A), on the right when traveling south.
This Village Park is the site of the original settlement of Geneseo. When the pioneer settlers, James and William Wadsworth, came from Connecticut in 1790, the village which they founded was laid out with this plot as a typical New England "Village . . . Map (db m58051) HM
72New York (Livingston County), Groveland — Groveland Ambuscade Monument
Near David Gray Hill Road, 0.8 miles east of Barber Hill Road.
Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Thomas Boyd and Sergt. Michael Parker who were captured and afterward tortured and killed. ——————— Afar their bones may lie, but here their patriot blood baptized the . . . Map (db m117006) HM WM
73New York (Livingston County), Groveland — Groveland Ambuscade ParkRevolutionary War Heritage Trail
Near David Gray Hill Road, 0.8 miles east of Barber Hill Road.
Groveland Ambuscade Park During the Clinton-Sullivan Campaign in September 1779, Lt. Thomas Boyd's scouting party was ambushed by Tories and Indians on this site. Sixteen Revolutionary War soldiers died here. Revolutionary War Heritage Trail . . . Map (db m117005) HM
74New York (Livingston County), Groveland — Groveland Hill
On Groveland Hill Road (County Road 2) at Rosebrugh Road, on the right when traveling north on Groveland Hill Road.
Tory-Indian ambush Sullivan Expedition 1779 Fifteen scouts killed Boyd and Parker captured ← 2 milesMap (db m150332) HM
75New York (Livingston County), Groveland — Sparta First Presbyterian Church
On Groveland Scottsburg Rd (County Road 1) at Groveland Hill Rd (County Road 2), on the left when traveling south on Groveland Scottsburg Rd.
Sparta First Presbyterian Church has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2007 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m150372) HM
76New York (Livingston County), Hemlock — Hemlock World War II Memorial1941 - 1945
On North Main Street (U.S. 20A) at Fair Street, on the left when traveling east on North Main Street.
In Honor Of Those From Hemlock Who Served In World War II And In Memory Of Those Who Gave Their Lives Claude Abbey Carl A. Drain Elbert L. KnappMap (db m142150) WM
77New York (Livingston County), Hemlock — Routes of the armies of General John Sullivan and General James Clinton - 1779
On Rix Hill Rd, 0.3 miles west of New York State Route 15A, on the left when traveling west.
An expedition against the hostile Indian nations which checked the aggressions of the English and Indians on the frontiers of New York and Pennsylvania extending westward the dominion of the United States.Map (db m168896) HM
78New York (Livingston County), Leicester — 1837 Cobblestone
On Coverdale Rd, on the right when traveling west.
Built by Issac Barber. Coverdale farm - 1853-2003. listed Sept. 7, 2005 in the National Register of Historic Places.Map (db m150476) HM
79New York (Livingston County), Leicester — Boyd – Parker
On Cuylerville Road (Alternate U.S. 20) 0.4 miles east of Canandaigua Street, on the right when traveling east.
Torture tree and burial mound. Western limit Sullivan's expedition 1779. Seneca village town Little Beards Town.Map (db m52210) HM
80New York (Livingston County), Leicester — Boyd-Parker2 Mi. →
On Main Street (U.S. 20A) at Mount Morris Road (New York State Route 36) on Main Street.
Torture tree and burial mound. Western Limit Sullivan's Expedition 1779. Seneca Village Little Beard's TownMap (db m58639) HM
81New York (Livingston County), Leicester — D. L. & W. Depot
On South Parkway just south of Main Street (U.S. 20A), on the left when traveling west.
Built 1915 as a rail link: Great Lakes to the Atlantic Listed Dec. 7, 2005 in the National Register of Historic Places.Map (db m58640) HM
82New York (Livingston County), Leicester — In Memory of Those Men and Women
On Main Street (U.S. 20A) at South Parkway, on the right when traveling east on Main Street.
In memory of those men and women from the towm of Leicaster New York who served and those who made the supreme sacrifice in the service of our country Map (db m87769) WM
83New York (Livingston County), Leicester — Leicester Civil War Memorial
On Main Street (U.S. 20A) at York Road (New York State Route 36), on the right when traveling east on Main Street.
Erected 1910 by the citizens of Leicester in honor of their soldiers who fought for the Union 1861 - 1865 Map (db m87759) WM
84New York (Livingston County), Leicester — Site of De-Yu-It-Ga-Oh
On Mount Morris Road (New York State Route 36) 0.5 miles south of Perry Road (County Route 64), on the right when traveling south.
Site of De-Yu-It-Ga-Oh (Valley Begins to Widen) Seneca Indian village. The spring used by Mary Jemison is nearby. Map (db m96205) HM
85New York (Livingston County), Leicester — Site of Goose Hollow Country School
On State Road 39 at Kenney Road, on the right when traveling south on State Road 39.
Site of Country School Dist #2 “Goose Hollow” 1852 – 1945 Erected in Memory of and by Former Teachers & Students Dedicated July 4, 1991Map (db m204731) HM
86New York (Livingston County), Lima — 1668-1709
On Rush-Lima Road (New York State Route 15A) near Rochester Street (New York State Route 15A), in the median.
Near this site Catholic missionaries erected houses of worship in the westernmost Seneca villages of the Iroquois Confederacy. The Chapel of La Conception was built in 1668 at Totiakton (near Rochester Junction) St. Jean Chapel was erected in 1669 . . . Map (db m58092) HM
87New York (Livingston County), Lima — A 17th-Century Iroquois VillageHistoric Lima - Settled 1788
On Lake Avenue (New York State Route 15A) 0.1 miles south of East Main Street (New York State Route 5), on the right when traveling north.
Historic Lima - Settled 1788 A 17th-Century Iroquois Village Nearly 400 years ago, a thriving Seneca Iroquois village sat on the ridge just west of here. Set in the midst of a clearing in the endless forest, this densely packed village, and . . . Map (db m116970) HM
88New York (Livingston County), Lima — Francis M. Dalton
On East Main Street (New York State Route 5) at Buell Avenue, on the right when traveling west on East Main Street.
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89New York (Livingston County), Lima — Gandichiragou
On East Main Street (New York State Route 5) at Rochester Street (New York State Route 15A), on the right when traveling west on East Main Street.
"At the forks of the trail" Name recorded 1634. Destroyed by Denonville's French Army 1687. Site also of Father Garnier's Chapel of St. Jean.Map (db m58069) HM
90New York (Livingston County), Lima — Genesee Wesleyan Seminary
On College Street at Maranatha Drive, on the right when traveling west on College Street.
Genesee Wesleyan Seminary Founded 1832. Genesee College established 1849 and on April 14, 1869 was allowed to remove to form Syracuse University. Map (db m116969) HM
91New York (Livingston County), Lima — History and ArchitectureHistoric Lima - Settled 1788
On East Main Street (New York State Route 5) 0.1 miles east of Rochester Street (New York State Route 15A), on the right when traveling west.
Historic Lima, Settled 1788 History and Architecture The earliest settlers began coming in 1788 to carve out homesteads, after having seen and admired the beautiful “Genesee Country” during the Sullivan campaign against the . . . Map (db m116968) HM
92New York (Livingston County), Lima — Kenneth B. Keating
On Rochester Street (New York State Route 15A) just south of College Street.
Born May 18, 1900 in Lima. One of America's greatest patriots. Veteran of World War I & II, Congressman, Senator and U.S. Ambassador.Map (db m210593) HM
93New York (Livingston County), Lima — Lima Bank Robbed
On East Main Street (New York State Route 5) at Lake Avenue (New York State Route 15A), on the left when traveling west on East Main Street.
Lima Bank Robbed This vault was in the "Bank of Lima" at the time of the first bank robbery in Livingston County. February 6, 1915. Map (db m116961) HM
94New York (Livingston County), Lima — Repulse Fire Co.
On East Main Street (New York State Route 5) just east of Rochester Street (New York State Route 15A).
The first fire company in Livingston County, formed in 1830. Reorganized; 1876 as Centennial Fire Dept., in 1927 as Lima Fire Dept.Map (db m58070) HM
95New York (Livingston County), Lima — Site of Ska-Hase-Ga-O
On West Main Street (New York State Route 5) 0.1 miles west of Livingston Street, on the right when traveling east.
Site of Ska-Hase-Ga-O (was-a-long-creek) A populous modern Seneca Indian villageMap (db m58067) HM
96New York (Livingston County), Lima — Union Lodge No. 45
On Rochester Street (New York State Route 15A) 0 miles north of East Main Street (New York State Route 5).
Mark Lodge formed at Lima 1809. Union Lodge chartered June 11, 1816. New Masonic Hall at four corners 1866. "Remove not the ancient landmark, which thy fathers have set."Map (db m58068) HM
97New York (Livingston County), Lima — Warner House
On West Main Street (U.S. 20) at Michigan Avenue, on the right when traveling east on West Main Street.
Built by Asahel Warner 1810, who was pioneer in 1795 Used by Trinity Mark Masonic Lodge No. 59, 1810. Union Lodge No. 45, 1816Map (db m146417) HM
98New York (Livingston County), Lima — Yellow Wasp Inn1796-1906
On U.S. 20 at Livonia Road (County Route 12), on the left when traveling east on U.S. 20.
Famous for dance floor. Built on 24 wagon springs. To the west is Fort Hill, site of an Indian fortress. Bi- chairman D.Carey- C. FrewMap (db m146388) HM
99New York (Livingston County), Livonia — Jacksonville
On Big Tree Road, 0.2 miles east of Clay Street, on the left when traveling east.
Jacksonville Founded 1830 by Andrew Holden comprised 130 houses, 10 mills, brickyard, 2 distilleries. Map (db m116971) HM
100New York (Livingston County), Livonia — Military Route
On South Livonia Road (New York State Route 15) at Cole Road, on the left when traveling south on South Livonia Road.
Military Route of the Sullivan - Clinton army on its campaign against the British and Indians of western New York in 1779. Map (db m116974) HM

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