The Most Valuable And Productive Farms Section - In The Book:
The New Century Atlas Of Cayuga County, New York - 1904 - Page 124

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DEXTER WHEELER

11th FARM ON PAGE 124

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SPRINGSIDE. This fine farm consists of one hundred and sixteen acres owned by Dexter Wheeler. Postoffice address, Poplar Ridge. It is located on the Poplar Ridge road, six miles from Aurora and King Ferry, both convenient railroad markets. It is less than sixteen miles from Auburn. Fruit, grain and dairying are its chief resources. "Springside" derives its name from splendid springs located on the place, and which supply an abundance of pure water. In 1829 this land was deeded to Ellery A. Howland by John Kellett, from Mr. Howland, April, 1857 to C. Wheeler, Jr., thence to Dexter Wheeler, brother of Cyrenus Wheeler, Jr., in 1877. Mr. Wheeler also owns "Rosemere," located in Poplar Ridge.

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