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

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Wampsville is the county seat for Madison County
Eaton is in Madison County
      Madison County (76)  
      Chenango County (94)  
      Cortland County (66)  
      Oneida County (189)  
      Onondaga County (209)  
      Oswego County (80)  
      Otsego County (90)  
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1New York (Madison County), Eaton — Baptist Church
Organized 1816. Erected 1819. Repaired and improved 1856. Rev. J. Cooley, 1st Minister. Rev. Nathaniel Kendrick, Pastor 1817-1833. State Education Department 1936 Map (db m116796) HM
2New York (Madison County), Eaton — Eaton Church1795 - 1995
Eaton Congregational Church from June 8, 1833. Notable pastor was William Cleveland, President Grover Cleveland's brother. It is now the Eaton Community Church.Map (db m145686) HM
3New York (Madison County), Eaton — Fanny Forester
Author of "Alderbrook Tales", born Emily Chubbuck Aug. 22 1817; married Dr A. Judson; her home "Underhill Cottage" stood about on this site.Map (db m145701) HM
4New York (Madison County), Eaton — Home of Cyrus and Elizabeth Heminway Finney
Home of Cyrus and Elizabeth Heminway Finney. Married July 25, 1797. Came from New England and settled here 1797.Map (db m145687) HM
5New York (Madison County), Eaton — Morse House
Joseph Morse, Eunice Bigelow from Sherburne, Mass. 1796 founded "Log City" 1800 later named Eaton 1807 built this house 1802Map (db m145688) HM
6New York (Madison County), Eaton — Morse Mill Dam
Development of Eaton Brook water power begun by Joseph Morse 1796 created county industrial center lasting a century to 1896Map (db m145690) HM
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7New York (Madison County), Eaton — Old Union School
Site of a private academy built in 1831. The present Union School building was built in 1855. Serving as a public school until 1937. 1795-1995Map (db m145685) HM
8New York (Madison County), Eaton — Toll Gate No. 1
Peck's Port, Eaton and Georgetown Plank Road, 1849. Sawen Morse, 1st white child born in Eaton was 1st keeper of this gate.Map (db m145682) HM
9New York (Madison County), Eaton — Toll Gate No. 2
Peck's Port, Eaton and Georgetown Plank Road, 1849.Map (db m145702) HM
10New York (Madison County), Eaton — WTM Engine Works
Site of Wood, Tabor & Morse's Steam Engine MFG. 1852-1893. Maker of the first 4-wheel drive steam traction engine. World's largest steam engine co. in the 1880's. 1795-1995Map (db m145683) HM
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Dec. 1, 2022