Steuben County, New York
Compiled by: Millard F. Roberts
|John Single Paper Company, Ltd., Syracuse, N.Y., 1891|
This was typed and contributed by Gloria Banks Kirkwood
FREMONT - pgs 317 and 318
"Was formed from Hornellsville, Dansville, Wayland and Howard, November 17, 1854. It is an interior town lying northwest of the centre of the county. Its surface is a hilly upland, forming a part of the dividing ridge between the Conhocton and Canisteo rivers. Its streams are small brooks. The soil is chiefly a shaley loam derived from the disintegration of the surface rocks. It is bounded on the north by Dansville and Wayland, on the east by a small portion of Cohocton and by Howard, on the south by Howard and Hornellsville, and on the west by Hornellsville and Dansville. It comprises for the most part, fine grazing lands, and good wheat and general farming land is found in all parts of the town. The population according to the census of 1890 was 1,037."
Baldwin Cemetery - (fr1) (1/06/02)
Old Dutch Cemetery - (fr2)
Haskinsville Cemetery - (fr3)
Stephens Mills Cemetery - (fr4)
St. Mary's Cemetery - (fr5)
Amos White Cemetery - (fr6) (8/5) updated 9/14/00
Big Creek Cemetery - (fr7) (8/23)
Windom Hill Cemetery - (fr8) (1/23/04)
Gulf Cemetery - (fr9) (1/06/02)
Harding Hill Cemetery - (fr10) (1/06/02)
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