Jasper - Part of the Steuben Co., NY GenWeb page - Judy Cwiklinski - coordinator

Part of the Steuben Co., NY GenWeb - Judy Allen Cwiklinski coordinator


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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

JASPER - page 434

"Township was formed from Troupsburg and Canisteo January 24, 1827, and a part was annexed to Greenwood in 1848. It is situated near the southwest corner of the county, bounded north by Canisteo, east by Cameron and Woodhull, south by Troupsburg and west by Greenwood. Its surface is a hilly and broken upland, the highest summits being nearly two thousand feet above tide-water. The streams are small brooks, and the soil is a slaty, gravelly and clayey loam. The population of the town in 1890 was 1,891."

Other Jasper sources:

  1. West Jasper/Milwaukee/Gully Cemetery - (ja1) (8/26)

  2. Gully School Cemetery (ja1x) (8/23)

  3. Schenck Hill Cemetery - (ja2) (5/18)

  4. Hampshire Cemetery - (ja3) (9/20) updated 9/14/00

  5. Jasper Village Cemetery - (ja4)

  6. Talbot Creek Cemetery - (ja5) (5/18)

  7. Eight Square Cemetery - (ja6)

  8. 5 Corners Cemetery - (ja7)  (5/27)

  9. Marlatt Cemetery - (ja8)

  10. Stroud Cemetery - (ja9)

  11. Robert Dennis Cemetery - (ja10)

  12. Gerald Cornell Farm Cemetery - (ja11)

  13. Marty Gunn Farm Cemetery - (ja12) (8/23)

  14. Spencer Burying Grounds - (ja13)

  15. John Olds Cemetery - (ja14)

  16. Grass Hill Road Cemetery - (ja15)

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