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Willett Tract This site is part of the military tract allotment deeded on July 9, 1790 to Marinus Willett, Revolutionary War hero
Pine Plains First burial April 9, 1812. Inc. 1886 from Shaver Cemetery and other farm land. Veterans of Revolutionary & Civil Wars and other wars buried here.
Mrs. I.L. Crego House This Italianate-Style home, c.1879, was designed for Charlotte & Ira Lyons Crego by the region's foremost architect of the late 19th C. Archimedes Russell.
On This Hill in the original house, 31 women organized the Female Charitable Society, second oldest woman's society in the U.S., July 27, 1817
The Old Yard Early settler John McHarrie buried on his property 1807 his wife Lydia buried 1818. Dr. Jonas Baldwin & wife. Eliza W. Buried here 1827.
Made first settlement at Cicero Corners in 1802. Kept a tavern in loghouse.
West Cicero 1825
changed to Clay 1828
Jonas Baldwin founder of Baldwinsville, built the first log cabin on the north side of the Seneca River near this spot in 1807.
Built 1871 - served Syracuse Northern RR - burned and rebuilt about 1890. Renamed Clay Station 1903. First PO in town. D. Sotherden, Owner
Onondaga Indians, the keepers of the council fires for the Iroquois League, lived here. French soldiers and Jesuit missionaries came from Canada in 1654 to seek their friendship. In that year, Father Simon LeMoyne discovered salt springs in the ar…