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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1H5V_circus-pioneer_Medina-NY.html
Andrew Downey McFee 1863- 1930 Big three ring circus owner wintered animals at home here. Pioneered moving circus with trucks.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1H5U_d-a-a-buck-home_Medina-NY.html
1840-1904 D.A.A. Buck Home Inventor of the Waterbury watch and builder of the smallest steam engine in the world. Invented Medina's first clock, the "Monitor".
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1DBI_yates-academy_Lyndonville-NY.html
Founded 1841 by Peter Saxe for higher education. First year attendance 161. Incorporated 1842. Moved here 1847. Closed 1889.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1DAN_millville-1815_Albion-NY.html
Academy 1832. Quaker Meeting House 1841. Methodist Church 1834. Congregational Church 1870. General Store 1819.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1DA4_lyndonville_Lyndonville-NY.html
First Post Office opened 1846. Incorporated in 1903. Fire company organized in 1906. Public water line from Lake Ontario 1924.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1DA3_first-blacksmith_Lyndonville-NY.html
Consider Peabody 1817 Became part of William Gray foundry torn down 1952 for park. Flaghorse collars were made nearby.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1D9N_1860-home-of-george-anthony_Medina-NY.html
1824 - George Anthony - 1896Capt. 17th Orleans BatteryDuration of Civil War.Newspaperman Cousin Susan B.Kansas Governor 1877-79
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM18TV_vietnam_Medina-NY.html
Bravery - Honor - Death Rolland B. Shubbuck USAFRoger J. Cook USMCChales L. Seefeldt, Jr., USALeRoy H. Keller USMCNicholas A. Natale USAJohn E. Albanese, Jr. USAFGeorge M. Underdown USA
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM18TS_frances-folsom_Medina-NY.html
Lived here in the mid-1870's with her grandmother and attended Medina High School. In 1886, at age 21, she wed Pres. Grover Cleveland.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM18TR_burial-ground_Medina-NY.html
American Revolution soldiers John C. Ryan and Joseph A. Wyman are buried here along with many early pioneers of the Town of ShelbyFirst burial was 1814.
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