List of New York State Historic Markers in Schuyler County, New York

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This is an incomplete list of New York State Historic Markers in Schuyler County, New York.[1]

Listings county-wide[edit]

Marker name[1] Image Date designated Location City or Town Coords Marker text
1 CATHARINE M.E. CHURCH On County Rd. In Catharine Catharine, Town Of, New York On Site Of Earlier Edifice Which Was The First Church Building In County Erected 1807
2 JANE A. DELANO In Front Of Grange Hall At Townsend Dix, Town Of, New York Founder American Red Cross Nursing Service, 1909 Born In Townsend March 12, 1862
3 CAMP SITE On Nys 414 At Hector Hector, Town Of, New York Gen. Hand's Light Corps Camp, Extending West Here Sullivan-clinton Campaign September 3, 1779
4 CAMP SITE On Town Rd. About 1 Mile Southwest Of Hector Hector, Town Of, New York Gen. Clinton's Camp, Line East-west Sullivan-clinton Campaign September 3, 1779
5 CAMP SITE On Town Rd. About 1 Mile South Of Hector Hector, Town Of, New York Gen. Maxwell's Brigade Camp Extending North Here Sullivan-clinton Campaign September 3, 1779
6 CAMP SITE On Nys 414 About 1/2 Mile South Of Hector Hector, Town Of, New York Gen. Poor's Brigade Camp, Line North-south Sullivan-clinton Campaign September 3, 1779
7 CON-DAW-HAW On Nys 414 At Valois Hector, Town Of, New York Site Of Iroquois Village Consisting Of Cornfields Long House & Cabins Destroyed Sept. 4, 1779 By Gen. Sullivan's Troops
8 EARLY SETTLER On Nys 414 N. Of Hector Hector, Town Of, New York States Survey 1790 Locates Here Cabin One Masters With Twenty Acres Cleared Land
9 EPISCOPAL PARISH On Nys 414 At Hector Hector, Town Of, New York Consecrated Here 1830 By Bishop Hobart. Church Buildings And Support Of Rector Made Possible Through Gifts Of Elizabeth Woodward
10 FERRY On Lake Shore At Valois Hector, Town Of, New York Established 1805 Between This Point And Starkey By John Goodwin Chartered By State, 1820 Frank Wood, Pilot, 1867-97
11 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH On Nys 414 At Hector Hector, Town Of, New York Organized 1809 Present Edifice Built 1818 Sunday School Held Continuously Since 1813
12 HON. HENRY FISH On Nys 79 At Mecklenburg Hector, Town Of, New York Homestead Built 1815-1820. First Assemblyman From Schuyler County 1858, Chairman First Board Supervisors
13 MILITARY ROUTE On Nys 414 About 1/2 Mile South Of Hector Hector, Town Of, New York Of The Sullivan-clinton Army On Its Campaign Against The British And Indians Of Western New York In 1779
14 MILITARY ROUTE On Nys 227 At Burdett Hector, Town Of, New York Of The Sullivan-clinton Army On Its Campaign Against The British And Indians Of Western New York In 1779
15 PREACH ORCHARD On Nys 414 At Hector Hector, Town Of, New York (Ga-di-odji-ya-da) Site Of Irouquois Village Gen. Sullivan Camped Here September 3, 1779
16 SAMUEL A. SEELY ERECTED A. On Nys 414 About 3 Miles North Of Watkins Glen Hector, Town Of, New York Woolen Mill At This Place In 1801 The First In Schuyler County
17 SAW MILL CREEK On Nys 414 At Hector Hector, Town Of, New York First Saw Mill In Section Located Here. Built By Reuben Smith, 1795-6
18 SITE OF On Nys 227 At Burdett Hector, Town Of, New York Oldest House In Town Of Burdette Used As Tavern, School & Masonic Hall. Contains Interesting Relics
19 SITE OF CABIN OF On Nys 414 About 2 Miles South Of Hector Hector, Town Of, New York William Wyckham First Settler In Town Of Hector 1791. Direct Descendant Of Earl Of Wyckham
20 WAREHOUSE On Nys 414 About 3 Miles North Of Watkins Glen Hector, Town Of, New York On This Site In 1823 A Vessel Loaded 70 Tons Of Wheat & Reached Port Of New York Through The Erie Canal
21 CATHERINE'S On Nys 14 At Montour Falls Montour, Town Of, New York Landing 1St Store & Inn In Region Located Here 1805 At Head Of Lake Navigation
22 FIRST ROAD On Nys At Montour Falls Montour, Town Of, New York In Schuyler County Built June, 1799 From Present Owega St. Bridge To Spenser. Known as The Cath. Spenser Turnpike
23 MILITARY ROUTE On Nys 14 Just South Of Montour Falls Montour, Town Of, New York Of The Sullivan-clinton Army On Its Campaign Against The British And Indians Of Western New York In 1779
24 SHE-QUA-GA On Genesee St. In Montour Montour, Town Of, New York "Tumbling Waters" A Sketch Now In The Louvre Made About 1820 By Louis Philippe Later King Of France
25 UNDERGROUND On Nys 14 About 3 Miles North Of Watkins Glen Reading, Town Of, New York Railroad Luther Leveland And Wife Sheltered Fugitive Slaves Here, And Helped Them On Their Way To Canada
26 SITE OF On County Rd. About 1/2 Mile West Of Weston Tyrone, Town Of, New York Pre-historic Indian Village Oldest Found In New York Estimated To Date From 1000 B.c.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "New York State Historic Markers". New York State Historic Markers. New York Museum. 2009-07-15. Archived from the original on 2013-03-24.