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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Bethany, New York
Location of Bethany, New York
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|Bethany Town Hall built 1832. Over the years used as church, academy and Town House.
Dedicated to those of the Town of Bethany who gave their lives in World War II. John R. Despard, MMM 2/C; Leonard E. Fuller, 1st. Lt.; Clifford L. Hale, Pvt.; . . . — — Map (db m75202) HM WM|
|First county forest in the state. Begun in 1915 by Genesee Co. 159,500 trees were planted here on poor farm lands prior to 1935. — — Map (db m77564) HM|
|In the early 1900’s, The Bethany Park and Forest was mostly covered with open fields, with a native northern hardwood forest growing along the sides of Black Creek. By 1938 many of the fields on the east side of the park had been planted with pine . . . — — Map (db m151441) HM|
|A living memorial in honor of those who served in Vietname. Living, deceased and those unaccounted for.
Army - Air Force - Navy
Marines - Coast Guard — — Map (db m77563) WM|
|He instigated the first tree planting in 1915. He continued annual planting for many years. This was the beginning of the Genesee County Park. — — Map (db m77572) HM|
|Site of Genesee County's poor house for the care of indigent people. Opened in 1827 with a home and a farm containing 106 acres — — Map (db m75745) HM|
| Legends & Lore Rolling Hills This asylum is a nationally known center of supernatural activity. Spirits believed to still roam grounds crossing between this world and next — — Map (db m140629) HM|