Cowlesville

All Noun
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  • He purchased about a hundred acres, which covered more than half of the valley of the hamlet of Cowlesville.
  • The last school to close its doors was District #17, located in Cowlesville.
  • The church was sold to the Cowlesville Baptist Society.
  • The maximum snowfall recorded from the storm was in Cowlesville.
  • Cowlesville also had a Universalist Church which was dedicated in 1845.
  • On January 23, 1875, a meeting was held in Cowlesville with the purpose of dividing the Township into two towns.
  • The Cowlesville Baptist Church was built in 1872 and an addition was added in 1924 or 1925.
  • Winding southeast out of Cowlesville, the route continues to a junction with Folsomdale Road (CR 35), where it turns east to Burogh Road.
  • Near the junction with Cozy Road, the route crosses into the hamlet of Cowlesville, of which NY 354 serves as the main thoroughfare, passing numerous residences on both sides of the roadway.
  • At the time, the portion of modern NY 354 from Cowlesville to Attica was part of NY 239 while the Marilla-Cowlesville segment was unnumbered.
  • NY 239 as part of the 1930 renumbering of state highways in New York to an alignment extending from NY 35 in the village of Alden to NY 98 in the village of Attica by way of the hamlet of Cowlesville.