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Historical Markers in Mayfield, New York

Clickable Map of Fulton County, New York and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Fulton County, NY (143) Hamilton County, NY (16) Herkimer County, NY (102) Montgomery County, NY (198) Saratoga County, NY (487)  FultonCounty(143) Fulton County (143)  HamiltonCounty(16) Hamilton County (16)  HerkimerCounty(102) Herkimer County (102)  MontgomeryCounty(198) Montgomery County (198)  SaratogaCounty(487) Saratoga County (487)
Johnstown is the county seat for Fulton County
Mayfield is in Fulton County
      Fulton County (143)  
      Hamilton County (16)  
      Herkimer County (102)  
      Montgomery County (198)  
      Saratoga County (487)  
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1New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Amasa Stephen
Was Murdered Near Here By Sir John Johnson And His Loyalist And Indian Allies May 22, 1780 Raid. Early Settler And Patriot Map (db m97406) HM
2New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Anthonyville
Anthonyville Site of First Brick Home In Town of Mayfield. Birthplace of George T. Anthony. Quaker, Civil War Officer, Governor State of Kansas. 1876-1879 Map (db m46954) HM
3New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Baptist Church
Of Mayfield and Broadalbin Organized Here in 1792, Then The Home of Caleb Woodworth, Soldier Of Revolution, First Settler Map (db m76523) HM
4New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Burying Ground
Graves of Captain Gershom Woodworth, French and Indian and Revolutionary Wars and Sergeant Selah Woodworth of Revolution: Mayfield Pioneer.Map (db m68208) HM
5New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Burying Ground
Of Major Harmon And Francis Van Buren, Seventh Albany County Regiment, Revolutionary War. Settlers On This Land. Map (db m97468) HM
6New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Captain Solomon WoodworthSergeant John Dunham
. . . Map (db m34818) HM
7New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Cranberry Creek
This road led to the former hamlet of Cranberry Creek. A small community with RR station, it was flooded by Sacandaga Reservoir in 1930Map (db m190516) HM
8New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Cranberry Creek
Common School #9 Town of Mayfield Built 1800's. Original member of the Mayfield Central SD created in 1937 Closed in 1944 and burned down in 1946 Lot sold at auction 1958 Land from Gilbert family farmMap (db m190517) HM
9New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Dutch Reformed Church of Mayfield
»—–› Site Of Dutch Reformed Church of Mayfield, 1793-1826. Churchyard containing remains of many pioneers of this section. Map (db m68163) HM
10New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — First Maple Sap Tubing System
On this site in 1916 Wm C Brower invented and patented the first sap gravity flow tubing system from tree to sugar house for making maple syrupMap (db m68213) HM
11New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Indian Raid
Jacob Dunham and Samuel, his son, killed here April 1779. Others of the family escaped by hiding in the woods. Site of their home.Map (db m33007) HM
12New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Mayfield Fort
Built and Garrisoned During the Revolution as A Refuge for Settlers Of Vicinity Map (db m33005) HM
13New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Mayfield Lake
This small dam was built in 1930 to hold back water and create a permanent lake as part of the newly created Sacandaga Reservoir.Map (db m190520) HM
14New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Munsonville
This road led to the former hamlet of Munsonville. An early farming settlement that was flooded by the Sacandaga Reservoir in 1930.Map (db m190523) HM
15New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Nick Stoner Hut
Here Henry Stoner and his sons Nick and John held the cabin against the Tory and Indian raiders who burned Broadalbin, June 1778.Map (db m68197) HM
16New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Nine Mile Tree
Site of landmark on car- riage road built by Sir Wm. Johnson. 9 miles from Johnson Hall, Ft. Johnson & Fish House on Sacandaga Bicentennial Fulton Co. 1975 Map (db m58950) HM
17New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Osborn’s Bridge
This road led to the former hamlet of Osborn's Bridge Settled in the early 1800s Was completely flooded by Sacandaga Reservoir in 1930.Map (db m190507) HM
18New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Rice Homestead
Built about 1790 by Oliver Rice a soldier of the American Revolution, serving under General WashingtonMap (db m68555) HM
19New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Riceville Cemetery»————›
Here are Buried Jonathan Fisk- Oliver Rice-William Woodworth- Samuel Woodworth-Jesse Foote- Isaac Bemis-Jonathan Canfield- Soldiers of The Revolution Map (db m34631) HM
20New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Romeyn's Mill
Site Of Romeyn's Mill Erected 1773 by Sir William Johnson. Burned During Revolution. Rebuilt by Col. Abraham Romeyn. Commander Montgomery County Militia Map (db m68133) HM
21New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Sacandaga Pike
World Record Northern Pike Caught Near Benedict Bay On 9-15-1940 By Angler Peter Dubuc 52.5" Long / 46 Lbs. 2 Oz. In Memory of Andy Luey Map (db m95646) HM
22New York (Fulton County), Mayfield — Woodworth Farm
»—› Woodworth Farm Conveyed by Commissioners of Forfeiture to William G. Woodworth in 1786. Served in Revolution. Passed to Hiram Woodworth 1810-1910Map (db m68196) HM
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Aug. 13, 2022