History of Cherry Valley from 1740 to 1898 by Erica Quest

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Published by Gazette Print. in Cherry Valley, N. Y .

Written in English

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Copy also on microfilm : Historical Genealogy Dept., NY County Histories, Roll 79, item no. 321.

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Statementby John Sawyer
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Pagination156 p. ;
Number of Pages156
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Open LibraryOL25764792M

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The main character is the daughter of Scots-Irish immigrants who. CHERRY VALLEY. PRESBYTERIAN church. In placing before the reader a history of the church, it is deemed proper to give it in extenso, as its organization was coincident with the settlement of the place inand the annals of the church from that time to the present form, in a large degree, a history of the village.

Brant, with a force of Indians and Tories, made his descent upon Cherry Valley, under the cover of a rainy, misty November morning — Novem The following is from "Sawyer's History of Cherry Valley" [i.e., History of Cherry Valley from to ]. History.

The modern history of Cherry Valley begins with John Lindesay receiving a land grant from George II of England; he moved there inand seven Anglo-Scottish families from New Hampshire moved into the area the following year. Due to high snow, the community almost failed but was saved by provisions from local : Otsego.

The settlement of Cherry Valley in marked an important step in the progress of civilization in the Mohawk Valley. Its outlet trails and roads led to the settlements on the Mohawk or the Schoharie rivers and it is thus not only associated in a historical sense but in a topographical and commercial way, with the watershed of the Mohawk River.

Cherry-Valley gazette. [Cherry-Valley, N.Y.: L. & B. Todd, ] Book/Printed Material Central New York in the revolution. History of Cherry Valley from to Also available in. Teepee Gifts, Ro Cherry Valley, New York Contributor Names Margolies, John, photographer Created / Published Subject Headings Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division.

Occupation: Minister/Teacher at Cherry Valley, NY (Source: Little, Mrs. William S., Abstracts from History of Cherry Valley ,(Pipe Creek Publications, ; Finksburg, MD),The first church, a log building, was erected on the hillside near the Rev.

Dunlop's house. It also was the schoolhouse and Rev. Dunlop the teacher.). The Cherry Valley massacre was an attack by British and Iroquois forces on a fort and the village of Cherry Valley in central New York on Novemduring the American Revolutionary has been described as one of the most horrific frontier massacres of the war.

A mixed force of Loyalists, British soldiers, Seneca and Mohawks descended on Cherry Valley, whose Location: Cherry Valley, New York. Major John Frey, and others prominent in the Revolution, were here educated.

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William S. [ ] Cherry Valley Presbyterian Church, in central New York, is among the oldest of the churches of the Denomination in the came into existence in InGeorge Clark, Lieutenant Governor of the province of New York, granted a patent of acres of land, covering the site of the town, to four proprietors, one of whom, John Lindesay, a Scotch.

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Bill's Tales" about the Steuben County Canisteo Valley area, she > calls him John L. Campbell, but his death cert calls him John S. Campbell > and is typed from older records. John was born in Cherry Valley but his > folks removed to Duanesburg, Schenectady Co, NY by In November 11th,British forces destroyed the settlement of Cherry Valley.

The event can still be found in many history books, referred to as the Massacre of Cherry Valley. All told 31 people died, 38 prisoners were set free and 33 were carried off by the native (Mohawk and Seneca) allies of the British.

Cherry Valley developed a small resort industry in the late nineteenth century. The Cherry Valley Academy was converted to a hotel and the Palmer House (Central Hotel) was also built; however, neither remains.

To enhance the resort quality of the village, two local entrepreneurs piped spring water two miles to the spring house on Alden Street.Two books: John Sawyer, History of Cherry Valley from to available on Hathi Trust andalso They Beckoned and We Came by Colin Campbell available on J-Stor detail the story of the settlement of Cherry Valley and the role of the Campbell family.“After the Revolution the Rev.

Solomon Spaulding established the first Cherry Valley Academy. He was, however, blessed with a very vivid imagination and was ousted from his position for writing a ‘Biblical Romance’.” Source.

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