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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Middlefield, New York
Location of Middlefield, New York
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| Founded September 1810
by Elder Benjamin Sawin
Church erected 1825
Mother church of Westford
Westville, Roseboom churchs. — — Map (db m163768) HM|
| In Clarksville, now known as Middlefield, the first schoolhouse was
erected about 1807 nearly opposite the Baptist Church. Two other early
public school sites have been documented. By 1870, the growing community needed a larger building and . . . — — Map (db m163755) HM|
| Built 1875, closed 1954.
Town of Middlefield Hist.
Assn. Schoolhouse Museum
est. 1966. Listed on
National Register 1988. — — Map (db m163752) HM|
| Middlefield Hamlet
has been placed on the
National Register of
Historic Places in 1985
by the United States
Department of the Interior — — Map (db m163770) HM|
| Dedicated to all
veterans, men and
peace or war. Their
memories will never
die. They brought
honor and freedom
to our country
and promise to
our dreams. — — Map (db m163846) WM|
| Settlement at Middlefield began in the 1790's on the Outkout, or Long Patent.
In 1734, the Patent had been conveyed to George Clarke, Lieutenant Governor
of New York. Named Clarksville until 1819, the Middlefield hamlet developed
on the east . . . — — Map (db m163779) HM|