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Sodus Center

Sodus Town, Wayne County, NY

In 1895 Sodus Center was a station stop on the Sodus Point and Southern Railroad. The first building here was a saw mill and, perhaps, a dwelling erected by Hawk and Taylor as early as 1808. About the same time Silas F. Andrews built a grist mill here. In 1810 it was owned by Elijah Lemanon, and afterwards in turn by Barley & Andrews, the Van Wickles, and Case & Roberts. At one time a carding mill and foundry were operated here. In 1895 it contained a post office, a district school, churches, and miscellaneous industries typical in a small, rural village. [1]

  1. George W. Cowles and H. P Smith, editors, Landmarks of Wayne County New York, D.Mason & Company, Publishers, Syracuse, 1895.

Street Names
Barclay Road • Main Street • Railroad Street • Route 241 • School Street • Sodus Center Road • South Street