The Most Valuable And Productive Farms Section - In The Book:
The New Century Atlas Of Cayuga County, New York - 1904 - Page 123

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MRS. S. A. HAINES

2nd FARM ON PAGE 123

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CHERRY LANE FARM consists of one hundred acres owned by Mrs. S. A. Haines. Postoffice, King Ferry, R. F. D., No. 26. On the Angling Road, from the Ridge Road west to the Little Salmon Creek Road, east, Aurora seven miles distant, King Ferry five miles and Auburn seventeen miles. Dairying is the prominent feature, the products of which are taken to the Poplar Ridge Elgin Creamery, two miles northwest. The previous owner was Isaac Saxton, who sold to William Haines, who resided on the farm until his death in 1878. It remained an estate until 1884, when it came into the possession of the present owner. There is a thrifty apple orchard, and other fruits, consisting of plums, pears, cherries, etc. Its name is derived from the location of the farm buildings which are approached by a lane bordered by cherry trees. The buildings are in good repair. Its location is somewhat picturesque, with an eastern exposure. There are twelve acres of hardwood timber, and wells and springs furnish an abundant supply of pure water for both buildings and fields.

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