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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RICHARD PARMLEY

19th FARM ON PAGE 123

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CREEK VIEW is a fine farm of one hundred acres and is owned by Richard Parmley. Postoffice address, Genoa, R. F. D. It is located on the Creek Road running from Genoa to Auburn, being two miles from Genoa and seventeen from Auburn, eight to Moravia and the same distance to Aurora. The proposed electric railroad crosses this farm. It supports a good dairy, and the soil products are plentiful and such as are common to this section of the State. The farm has a southwestern exposure, gently sloping westward. Its dairy products are delivered to the Genoa creamery. A special feature is its fruit varieties, largely consisting of apples, pears, peaches, plums, cherries, and the usual small fruits. The residence and out buildings are in good repair; the residence being supplied with water from wells, and running water is brought to the barns for the use of stock. Fine shade trees and a pleasant lawn add to the attractiveness of the home, and a picturesque view is obtained in several directions. There are eighteen acres of second growth timber. Mr. B. Whitten, a previous owner, transferred the property to his son, Henry Whitten, from whom it came into the hands of the present owner in 1890. Mr. Parmley was born in England in 1856; he married Miss Frances Furnice, also of England, 1881. They came to America in 1888; their family consists of a son and three daughters.

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