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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VENICE, NY

NORMAN G. ARNOLD

5th FARM ON PAGE 122

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OLD HOMESTEAD. Norman G. Arnold, owner. Postoffice address, Moravia, R. D., No. 19. Contains one hundred and thirty acres on the road leading from Auburn to Ithaca, through Venice, within seven miles of Moravia, eleven miles of Aurora, nine miles of Locke and five miles of Genoa. It is devoted to the raising of stock and a variety of farm products. There is an abundant supply of water, and twenty acres of beech, maple, elm and basswood timber. "The Old Homestead," in the town of Venice, has been in the possession of the Arnold family since the town was settled. Prior to the year 1812, Joseph Arnold, grandfather of the present owner, came from Rhode Island, settling on this farm, which has since been owned by his sons Simon Arnold and Norman C. Arnold, and is now the property of his grandson, Norman G. Arnold. The farm adjoining on the north, consisting of seventy-eight acres, has since been added; also two acres on the north, making two hundred and ten acres of well-watered farming land.

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