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Woodside Farms — · · · — Jeremiah Richardson 1795 ~ 1879. Pioneer settler town of Concord about 1816, near Mortons Corners, cleared much land, establishing farms that his son David and grand~ son Arthur enlarged.…
Erie County's Gateway to the Allegheny Mountains. You are standing in the historic Concord Community Park. The land was donated and the park was created in 1952, becoming the home of the Springville Baseball Club. The club converted a 20 acre fiel…
Incorporated 1827, opened 1830. The first high school in Erie County, New York, it was named Griffith Institute in 1867 for Archibald Griffith, donor of a Scholarship Fund. Final classes at this site were held in 1970.
Bertrand Chaffee Hospital on site of Chaffee Homestead "Using Homestead now occupied by myself and wife on East Hill....they shall establish therin a hospital, to be known as Bertrand Chaffee Hospital." From will of Bertrand Chaffee Hospital incor…
Bright Past, Brilliant Future. You are in the center of the Village of Springville, incorporated in 1834 to provide services for the growing manufacturing activities within the Town of Concord. This location was the former site of the Leland House…
Godard Town Hall was gifted to the Town of Concord by local benefactress Calista Goddard in 1902, to be utilized for an opera house and office space. With the gift came the promise from the Town that the building always be for public use. The buil…
Springville native - Griffith Institute 1889, Cornell U All American - 1894, won 313 college football games while coaching ar Cornell, Carlisle, Georgia, Iowa, Pittsburgh, Stanford and Temple from 1895-1938. Invented: single and double wing format…
Dedicated to the memory of Barry A. Bidwell, John Ellis, Bruce A. Crosby, Jr., Dennis R. Heinz - men of the Springville area who gave their lives in defense of freedom in the Vietnam War, 1961 † 1975.
Dedicated May 25, 1987. Edward F. Mathewson, Joseph Benson, James Wolf.
Ever protect the freedoms for which they fought. Herman Burns, Arthur Smith, Samuel Bifarella, Wilson Spaulding, Carl Felton, Evertt Warner, Harry Leader, Merrill Thellefsen, George Lohrey, Robert Andrews.