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Old house, Route 37, a short distance from Pamelia Four Corners
Taken on 01/17/08
Old house, a short distance north from Pamelia Four Corners on Route 37

Also wrecked trailer behind the house.
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Old schoolhouse, corner of Route 22 and Stone Road
Taken on 01/17/08
Old Pool Schoolhouse, corner of Route 22 and Stone Road (dead end), across from Pool Road, Theresa area.

Roof partially fallen in, windows and doors boarded up.  Thanks to Gerald D. for the suggestion and location.
Update 02/07/11, the building continues to fall down:
Old schoolhouse, corner of Route 22 and Stone Road
Update 5/29/11, this appears to have been burned down.
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Comments from visitors:
Roberta D. C-E writes "My grandmother Mabel Sophronia DeYoung Calhoun taught at the Pool School in 1913 before she went to nursing school. I have photos of the school back then with her students. She also had a number of photos of the Old Stone House back behind the school, taken c. 1910-1916. I don't know if she boarded there in the winter? Someone in the area put together a keepsake of the school including her photo, a list of her students, and some of the poems and readings they used back then. It was given to Gerald D., who gave it to me. I took some photos of this building in 1999 and it had not yet started to collapse. More of it disappears each year."
Roberta also sent some pictures from August of 1999 before the building started to collapse;
Old schoolhouse, corner of Route 22 and Stone Road


 

Old schoolhouse, corner of Route 22 and Stone Road
Taken on 01/17/08
Another angle of previous

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Comments from visitors:
Roberta D. C-E also sent some old photos of what the schoolhouse looked like when it was in use.  The first photo was probably taken by Roberta's grandmother - Mabel Sophronia DeYoung;


Old schoolhouse, on Buttermilk Flats Road, near180
Taken on 03/07/08
Buttermilk Flats Schoolhouse No. 22, on Buttermilk Flats Road in the Town of Orleans, near the corner of Route 180

The interior hasn't been changed since it was used as a school, and has been abandoned for many years.  This building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996, with a date beginning in 1850.
Also see the entry on the JeffCoWiki.
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House, Route 12 between Alex Bay and Corner of Route 180
Taken on 03/25/08
House, Route 12 between Alex Bay and corner of Route 180

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Comments from visitors:
David S. writes "This is house was torn down early 2010."
House, Route 12 between Alex Bay and Corner of Route 180
Taken on 03/25/08
The other side of previous house, Route 12 between Alex Bay and corner of Route 180

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Barn, Route 12 between Alex Bay and Corner of Route 180
Taken on 03/25/08
Barn that is to the right and behind the previous house, Route 12 between Alex Bay and corner of Route 180

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Barn, Route 12 between Alex Bay and Corner of Route 180
Taken on 03/25/08
Another angle of previous barn, not much left of this barn, Route 12 between Alex Bay and corner of Route 180

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Barn, Route 12 between Alex Bay and Corner of Route 180
Taken on 03/25/08
Another barn, Route 12 between Alex Bay and corner of Route 180

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House, Route 12 between Alex Bay and Corner of Route 180
Taken on 03/25/08
House, partially hidden by scrub trees, Route 12 between Alex Bay and not far from the corner of Route 180

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House, Route 12 between Alex Bay and Corner of Route 180
Taken on 03/25/08
Another view, somewhat unique design but mostly hidden
Hard to get a good shot of this, it looks like the land it is on is being sold and developed.
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Comments from visitors:
David S. writes "This cottage was supposedly moved there from an island in the mid 1900's.  No one lived in it since at least 1960.  It was torn down in 2008 and is now a vacant lot."
Barn, Route 12 between Alex Bay and Corner of Route 180
Taken on 03/25/08
Barn and silo, not bad shape, Route 12 between Alex Bay and corner of Route 180

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Comments from visitors:
David S. writes "This was a working dairy farm of Grover Russell."
House, Corner of Route 12 and Route 180, outside of Alex Bay
Taken on 03/25/08
House on the corner of Route 180 and Route 12, outside of Alex Bay
Looks like it is either being worked on or torn apart.
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Comments from visitors:
David S. writes "This house was dismantled by some Amish men in 2008."
Burned out stone house on Scotch Settlement Road, St. Lawrence County
Taken on 04/15/08
Burned out stone house on Scotch Settlement Road, St. Lawrence County

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Burned out stone house on Scotch Settlement Road, St. Lawrence County
Taken on 04/15/08
Another angle

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Comments from visitors:
Research done by 'Briarscratch': "The burned down stone house at the intersection of Lockie Rd and Scotch Settlement road was actually built by Andrew Lockie as the first schoolhouse supporting the Scottish immigrants in that area.
It was actually inhabited until about 5 years ago when it burned.
Back then, the first thing the settlers did was clear the land and make potash from all the burned brush and lumber. Often, in addition to a milk cow or two, the Scot settlers raised sheep - something they were familiar with and because of the wool they provided. There was also a lot of haying going on in support of the local industries - glass in Redwood, mining all around the area, charcoal making and for the foundries."
Also see the Lockie House on the next page.
What looks to be an old cheese cellar on Route 37, on the edge of Willowbrook Golf Course
Exact date taken - unknown, Spring 2008
Photo taken by a member on JeffCoWebboard.com - "Geru"; who retains rights to the picture.

What looks to be an old cheese cellar on Route 37, on the edge of Willowbrook Golf Course

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Old church, Route 26 near Deer River/Denmark
Taken on 05/15/08
Old church, Route 26 near Deer River/Denmark
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Webmaster Update 07/09/09: This has been demolished.

Comments from visitors:
Suggested by the UltraRev, and other visitors.
Hope M. of Perceptionphotography.biz writes: 'I found that this is Deer River School Town of Denmark.'
RollingMarch writes "Unfortunately, this old church was demolished and a foundation has been put in behind where it stood. Apparently, someone is putting in a house there."
Bernard Fox  writes "My great great grandmother and grandfather (Calista Florida and Michael McEvoy) were married at Deer River in 1850. This may have been the church. How many churches were there in Deer River in 1850?"
Old church, Route 26 near Deer River/Denmark
Taken on 05/15/08
Same as previous, other side

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