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Cadiz Cemetery Earliest burial Abigail Curtis in 1837. Revolutionary War, War of 1812 and Civil War veterans buried here.
The first settlers arrived here in 1806 and this area was called Conrad's Mills. Later the name was changed to Cadiz. Dairy farming was the main occupation in this tiny hamlet within the Township of Franklinville. The famous Ontario Knife Company …
Born in Somerset County, New Jersey in 1793, and moved to Farmersville, New York in 1816, with his home near this cemetery. Peter T. Tenbrock and his immediate family are buried in this plot. Peter T. Tenbroeck was a successful farmer, was a count…
[left plaque] In memory of those who died in the service of their country. WWI Harry Alger, Gilbert Brown, George Button, George Carson, Claude Domes, Vernal Farrington, William Gavin, Clifford Guthrie, Harmon Hall, Henry Howard, Leighton Morris, …
Early School The North Lyndon school was built ca. 1844 and remained in use until 1947. The school still retains many of its original features.