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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Parma, New York
Location of Parma, New York
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| First Settlement in the Town of Parma. Bezaleel Atchinson and family came in 1796. He erected a log house and first schoolhouse nearby. — — Map (db m113472) HM|
| Pioneered 1808 by Matthias Lane, New Jersey Dragoon in the American Revolution who guarded the Congress on its flight from Philadelphia, 1777. Chase-Flack House, built circa 1845, became an Underground Railroad station. Isaac Chase donated land for . . . — — Map (db m158490) HM|
| In memory of all who served their country in time of need, and especially those who paid the supreme sacrifice. May their souls rest in peace, amen. — — Map (db m113471) WM|
|Erected in 1844. Oldest house of worship now standing in Parma. Post-and-beam construction. Built entirely by labor of members of First Presbyterian Society of Parma. Organized March 24, 1829. Its 13 charter members included State Senator John E. . . . — — Map (db m113473) HM|