The Most Valuable And Productive Farms Section - In The Book:
The New Century Atlas Of Cayuga County, New York - 1904 - Page 122

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LUCY ANDREWS

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ANDREWS HOMESTEAD is located on Lot 73, nine miles from Moravia, eight miles to Aurora and fifteen miles to Auburn. It is owned by Lucy Andrews. Postoffice address, King Ferry, New York. Comprising one hundred and thirty-seven acres, general farming and fruit culture constitute its chief resources. There are thirty acres of timber, mostly hardwood, and the water supply from wells, and running water for the use of the stock is ample. The buildings are in good repair. The farm's record of titles is as follows: June 1st, 1801, from Samuel Stringer and Stephen Lush, of Albany, to Obed Andrews, of Scipio; May 23d, 1845, from the latter to his son Ephriam; March 18th, 1884, from Ephriam Andrews to his wife, Emily Andrews; in 1890, from Emily to her daughter, Lucy Andrews, the present owner (1903). Andrews Homestead is under the able management of A. M. Bennett.

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