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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DAYTON B. ATWATER

6th FARM ON PAGE 122

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ORCHARD PARK, on the Angling road from Wheeler's Corners to Little Salmon Creek road, within six miles of Aurora, numbers one hundred and five acres, owned by Dayton B. Atwater. This farm supports a small dairy, the milk being delivered to the Poplar Ridge Elgin Creamery, one mile distant. Hay, grain and mixed farming are also among its resources. Wells, and a stream crossing through the farm give an ample water supply for the stock and residence. There are eight acres of mixed timber. The previous owners were Joseph King and Edward King, from whom Mr. Atwater purchased in 1902. This is one of the productive farms of the town. A variety of small fruits are grown. Mr. Atwater is a native of Cayuga County, bon in 1878, and was married in 1899 to Lucy C. Culver. Their family consists of one daughter, Frances Culver Atwater.

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