ANNALS OF CASTLE CREEK, N. Y., And Vicinity Together with Genealogies of Some of the Early Families

Lilly, Julius W.

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Book Description Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from Annals of Castle Creek, N. Y. And Vicinity: Together With Genealogies of Some of the Early Families, 1903 How many who daily pass the old red school house in the Lilly district. know that it had that name long-before Binghamton was on Uncle Sam s roster of post offices? I have letters now yellow with age, directed to Chenango Point and others mailed there, which were written from the Lilly district, when Castle Creek was only Tater Creek, and it was many years later when the store and tavern were blessed with a post office and was then named Castle Creek. That name itself, is almost or quite the only remembrance left us, of the Indians who loved this lovely valley and had built the wigwam of their chief, the Castle, as the white man called it, near where tne creek is lost in the bosom of the beautiful Chenango river. There used to be some old apple trees near that spot, which the Indians had planted, many many years before and could not take with them, when they turned their faces toward the setting sun, but I fear they too, are gone! These Indians were a portion of the Nanticoke Tribe, formerly inhabitants of Maryland. The tribe was divided, a part being located on the eastern lower portion of the Wyoming Valley, and others at Owego, Chenango and Choconut, (spelled in old histories Chokunut and Chokoanut.) Their chief was Squire Autonio, which title was given him by the whites on account of his just decisions, his correct judgment and his sober habits. He was very much esteemed by the white people, as well as revered and loved by his own. He was intelligent, but spoke English very poorly. Hs was a descendant of the Delawares that were defeated in the grasshopper war at Wyoming. The Castle farm, or reservation of 160 acres, later occupied by Joseph and Thomas Laycock, was by an intrigue of a Yankee named Patterson, taken by fraud from the Indians, but they, some time afterward, took his life in revenge. It is said that in the early days of the settlement, a resident was fording the stream with a load of potatoes, which were lost by the giving way of his wagon box. They floated down with the current and becoming self planted, produced quite a harvest. Hence the name - Potato Creek. The town of Chenango was colonized under the most unfavorable auspices. Hardships and privations were then passed through which are unknown to the settlers of new counties in these modern times. As a writer has said, the people then had more pains in their bodies than in their windows. The Broome County Herald once published some items regarding Broome-co. in 1813. It was then composed of six towns: Berkshire, Lisle, Tioga, Union, Nanticoke, Ouaquago, Colesvilie and Chenango Point, which was the county seat and contained 45 houses and stores. The county first began to be settled by, or before 1790, by farmers largely from western Massachusetts. The population was 8129 and its voters numbered 655. A goodly part of the county was heavily timbered and wild game was very abundant. The Annals of Binghamton were first published in 1840 by J. B. Wilkinson. That edition was exhausted and it was reprinted by the Times Association in 1872. with notes by George Park. Esq. An appendix was also written by Prof. George Jaekson, thus bringing the history down to 1872. There are yet a few copies of this edition in the market. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781332099825

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