History of the town of Conesus, Livingston Co., N. Y.; from its first settlement in 1793, to 1887, with a brief genealogical record of the Conesus families

 
9781231110461: History of the town of Conesus, Livingston Co., N. Y.; from its first settlement in 1793, to 1887, with a brief genealogical record of the Conesus families

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1887 Excerpt: ...after a series of meetings, resolved to change the sight and build a new school-house. After having several sights in view, they at last selected one on the street leading from the Center to the Depot, and at once contracted with A. Keys to build them a house, which was finished that Summer. The building is two story in hight, the upper being used for the small scholars, and the lower for advanced classes. This district, is the only district in the town, that has two teachers. They are also the only district in the town that has a school-bell. District No. h. This district is situated in the western part of the town, and the schoolhouse stands upon lot No. 98, and is often called the '.tiuldner" district. It was organized under the direction of.lames King, Andrew Arnold and Kemjamin C. Whitney as Commissioners, March 17th, 1823. The school-house is in good condition, and the school is prosjiering. District No. 6. This district is in the eastern part of the town, and the school-house is on lot No. 38, and is often called the "Webster" district. This district was organized under the directions of Jessie McMillin and Erastus Wilcox as Commissioners, January 21th, 1821. This school is not large, ami the school-house is small. District No. 7. This district is known as the " Pine Wood's" district, in the south-east part of the town. The school-house is situated upon lot No. 131, and was organized under the direction of Jessie McMillin and Erastus Wilcox, as Commissioners, January 21st, 1821. The district has a good school-house, and is in a flourishing condition. District No. 8. This is a "joint district," part of it is in Livonia, and a part in Conesus, and is often called the "Hart" district. The school-house is an o...

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