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PO Box 99, 997 Mason Street Morrisonville, NY 12962  
Phone (518) 563-1129  
Fax (518) 561-7845 
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Town of Schuyler Falls
A Great Place to Live and Grow
Barb Benkwitt
Town Historian
Marge Wood
Assistant Town Historian

Collection: All cemeteries and burial records; genealogy and/or informational holdings on the following families:
Averill-Walker, Broadwell-Carol, Bigelow-Wilson, Beckwith-Buck, Gideon Baker, Jones-Purdy, Hilliard, Luke Harney,
Martin Ferris, Felton, Farnsworth, Everest-Elmore, Connor-Cook, Connor-Lynch, Donald Campagna, Charles Campagna,
Ormsby, Nelson, Joseph & Margarite Martineau, Lobdell-Platt, William P Layhee, LaDue-Mason, Snider, Scribner-Banker,
Rabideau-Vann, Place-Rosman, Perry/Pare, Patchen-Hilliard, Ormsby-Meeres, Johnson-Ayer, Jonathan & Sarah Wood,
Tardif-Martineau, Supernaw-Martino, Soper, John & Floma Terry, Soper (The New Compendium), Felix Seymour, Adolphus
Rock, Roberts-Baker, Reed-Beckwith, Robideau, Ernest Wilethers.

Artifacts, books, information on early settlers, day books, letters and manuscripts, printed materials, scrapbooks, tapes and

Veterans listing from French & Indian War to present. Driving tour of Town’s Historic Markers and Plaques. 
Diary of Minnie L. Stoughton and Aunt Lib’s Diary.

Also known as the Clinton County Genealogical Society
Town of Schuyler Falls awarded a Preserve New York Grant
This grant will fund a Cultural Resource Survey of the town

Contact: Katy Peace, Director of Communications, Preservation League of New York State | | 518.462.5658 ext. 17

MORRISONVILLE, NY, 08/28/19 — The Town of Schuyler Falls is one of this year’s Preserve New York (PNY) grantees. Their grant of $10,000 will enable the town to work with Adirondack Architectural Heritage of Keeseville to complete a reconnaissance level survey of historic and cultural resources. Compiling this documentation and research into an accessible format will help guide the town in the future so that existing historic resources will not be lost, and lay the groundwork for a potential future historic district.

The Preserve New York grant program is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. The Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation has provided additional support for projects in Nassau, Suffolk and Bronx Counties. Preserve New York is a signature grant partnership between NYSCA and the Preservation League of New York State.

July 7, 2020
Historic/Cultural Survey Ongoing in Town of Schuyler Falls
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