“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Clarendon, New York

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Batavia is the county seat for Genesee County
Clarendon is in Genesee County
      Genesee County (105)  
      Erie County (597)  
      Livingston County (152)  
      Monroe County (387)  
      Niagara County (384)  
      Orleans County (138)  
      Wyoming County (80)  
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1New York (Genesee County), Clarendon — Lewis Home
Also used as inn, built ca. 1818 by Col. Shubael Lewis of NYS Militia. His son, James T., born here, became Gov. of WisconsinMap (db m169566) HM
2New York (Orleans County), Clarendon — 1837 Church
First in Clarendon. Built of stone by Universalists on land given by Eldredge Farwell - first pioneer settler in town.Map (db m65925) HM
3New York (Orleans County), Clarendon — Butterfield Cobblestone
Butterfield Cobblestone built 1849 This property is listed in the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Map (db m92534) HM
4New York (Orleans County), Clarendon — Carl E. Akeley
Carl E. Akeley Born here in 1864. Noted taxidermist, naturalist, inventor, sculptor, author. Died and buried in his beloved Africa in 1926. Map (db m92545) HM
5New York (Orleans County), Clarendon — Clarendon Honors its Veterans
Clarendon honors its veterans and those who gave their lives in the service of their country. In the glory of their youth we shall remember them.Map (db m92544) WM
6New York (Orleans County), Clarendon — Cook Cemetery
Cook Cemetery 1821 - 1911 Root Cemetery Notable Burials: Lemuel Cook (1759-1886): Veteran, American Revolution "Death, the opening door to heaven, the invisible gate, swinging noiselessly to allow many mortals to leave their burdens . . . Map (db m171619) HM
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7New York (Orleans County), Clarendon — Farwell's Mill
Here Eldred Farwell, first white settler of town, built the first mills in Clarendon Saw Mill in 1811 Grist Mill in 1813Map (db m65924) HM
8New York (Orleans County), Clarendon — 315 — Herbert Taylor
Herbert Taylor Private, 140th NY Infantry died July 2, 1863 at Little Round Top during Battle of Gettysburg. Buried in this cemetery. Map (db m133059) HM
9New York (Orleans County), Clarendon — Hillside Cemetery
Hillside Cemetery has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2013 by the United States Department of the Interior Map (db m134063) HM
10New York (Orleans County), Clarendon — Lemuel Cook
Lemuel Cook 10 Sept 1759 - 20 May 1866 2nd Regt Conn Light Dragoons Last living pensioner of the American Revolution and oldest patriot, buried here Map (db m133972) HM WM
11New York (Orleans County), Clarendon — Robinson Cemetery1822-1941
Buried here are those whose labor, energy, spirit and love once lived in Clarendon. May they not be forgotten. Notable Burials: Chauncey Robinson (1792-1866): Veteran, War of 1812; Abolitionist William Lewis (1787-1826): First Sheriff of . . . Map (db m169943) HM
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Sep. 29, 2022