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Historical Markers in Royalton, New York

 
Clickable Map of Niagara County, New York and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Niagara County, NY (400) Erie County, NY (612) Genesee County, NY (105) Orleans County, NY (141)  NiagaraCounty(400) Niagara County (400)  ErieCounty(612) Erie County (612)  GeneseeCounty(105) Genesee County (105)  OrleansCounty(141) Orleans County (141)
Lockport is the county seat for Niagara County
Royalton is in Niagara County
      Niagara County (400)  
ADJACENT TO NIAGARA COUNTY
      Erie County (612)  
      Genesee County (105)  
      Orleans County (141)  
 
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1 New York, Niagara County, Royalton — 150th AnniversaryMay 23, 1976
Gas Port, formerly called James' Port, was the name suggested by George W. Clinton when he and a group of scientists came to this place on the canal where "considerable quantities of gas bubbled through the water." On his return journey May 26, 1826 . . . Map (db m81811) HM
2 New York, Niagara County, Royalton — AbdullahWhite Trakehner Stallion
1984 Summer Olympic Games. Team Gold - Individual Silver Equestrian Team Jumping. Owners: Terry & Sue Williams.Map (db m72104) HM
3 New York, Niagara County, Royalton — Academy 1850-70
Belva A. Lockwood - alumna educator - first woman to practice law before U.S. Supreme Court - Presidential candidate 1884 and 1888Map (db m81820) HM
4 New York, Niagara County, Royalton — Asher Freeman
Early area settler. Born Dutchess County 1774. arived here 1813. Built log cabin and saw mill near here. Died 1853.Map (db m75885) HM
5 New York, Niagara County, Royalton — Belva Lockwood
[on post] First Woman to argue before the U S Supreme Court, 1879. Presidential candidate, 1884 and 1888, for the National Equal Rights party. George E. Pataki, Governor [on stone] Near this spot stood the log cabin . . . Map (db m75904) HM
6 New York, Niagara County, Royalton — Canal Bridge No. E-220
Slayton-Settlement Road. Originally Reynales Hwy. Built 1914 by Empire Engineering Corp. Rehabilitated 1992 by N.Y.S.D.O.T.Map (db m72952) HM
7 New York, Niagara County, Royalton — Chestnut Ridge - Lewiston Road
An old Indian trail used by travelers to Fort Niagara, widened for wagon use about 1800, later a stage route from Batavia to Niagara.Map (db m72105) HM
8 New York, Niagara County, Royalton — Church Site of First Christian Society of Royalton
Pastor, Rev. Oliver Castle erected 1818; burned and rebuilt 1845; removed 1885 and lot added to cemetery. State Education Department 1938.Map (db m73038) HM
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9 New York, Niagara County, Royalton — GasportThe Canalway Trail
[west side] The Erie Canal served as a natural classroom for engineers and scholars. During planning and construction, engineers learned to overcome a variety of natural obstacles. After the canal opened, scholars and students learned from the . . . Map (db m81822) HM
10 New York, Niagara County, Royalton — Mill District
Mabee, Warner, Failing, Ritchie, Otto continuous flour grist and saw mills -- 1812 - 1965, upper and lower ponds.Map (db m73206) HM
11 New York, Niagara County, Royalton — Site of First Christian Society of Royalton
First church on Holland land purchase between Genesee and Niagara Rivers, Built 1818.Map (db m73039) HM
12 New York, Niagara County, Royalton — Trinity Complex
Organized for Ev. Lutheran beliefs - Sept. 9, 1853 by 75 Prussian immigrant families - Red brick church made of clay on site Map (db m77742) HM
 
 
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Apr. 19, 2024