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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Greene, New York
Norwich is the county seat for Chenango County
Greene is in Chenango County
Chenango County (106) ►ADJACENT TO CHENANGO COUNTY Broome County (101) ► Cortland County (100) ► Delaware County (279) ► Madison County (84) ► Otsego County (110) ►
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|Original stone arch carrying canal over creek about 150 yds due east. Oxford Historical Society — — Map (db m94138) HM|
|The canal bed and towpath curve around to make level route on the valley floor. — — Map (db m94141) HM|
|Near here to the east are ruins of an aqueduct which carried the canal across the Chenango River. — — Map (db m94142) HM|
|Historic building was inn of canal travelers 1846-56. Canal boat repair station was east of road. — — Map (db m94143) HM|
|On this spot was a 100 foot culvert of cut stone dated 1845 which carried a creek under the canal. — — Map (db m94371) HM|
|The Baptist Society was organized on this site by Elder Nathaniel Kellogg in 1795 — — Map (db m94167) HM|
|Early Settlers included Joseph Juliand, Simond Barnett, and Stephen Ketchum. In 1795 Talleyrand visited early French Settlement here. — — Map (db m230648) HM|
|First Baptist Church in Chenango County organized on this site by Elder Nathaniel Kellogg in 1795 — — Map (db m94155) HM|
Across the Chenango River was built on this site in 1807. Susquehanna and Bath Turnpike crossed here. — — Map (db m94154) HM|
|In village of Greene this Congregational Church was organized in 1811. The first pastor was Rev. John B. Hoyt. — — Map (db m230655) HM|
|First hotel in Greene erected on this site in 1803 by Thomas Wattles — — Map (db m94152) HM|
|An Indian princess lived in this house. — — Map (db m94151) HM|
|Village laid out in 1806 by Elisha Smith. Was first called Hornby, later named for Gen. Nathaniel Greene. Incorporated 1842. — — Map (db m94165) HM|
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| Settled near this site in the town of Greene and built his log cabin in 1792. — — Map (db m230651) HM|
|First tavern in the town of erected on this site by Conrad Sharp, 1794. First town meeting held here in 1798. — — Map (db m94164) HM|
Dec. 1, 2023