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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Clarendon, New York
Batavia is the county seat for Genesee County
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Also used as inn, built ca.
1818 by Col. Shubael Lewis
of NYS Militia. His son,
James T., born here,
became Gov. of Wisconsin — — Map (db m169566) HM
First in Clarendon. Built of stone by Universalists on land given by Eldredge Farwell - first pioneer settler in town. — — Map (db m65925) HM
This property is listed in the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — — Map (db m92534) HM
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
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
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
Here Eldred Farwell, first white settler of town, built the first mills in Clarendon
Saw Mill in 1811
Grist Mill in 1813 — — Map (db m65924) HM
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
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
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
Buried here are those whose labor, energy, spirit and love
once lived in Clarendon. May they not be forgotten.
Chauncey Robinson (1792-1866): Veteran, War of 1812; Abolitionist
William Lewis (1787-1826): First Sheriff of . . . — — Map (db m169943) HM
Oct. 3, 2023