National Register of Historic Places listings in Genesee County, New York

National Register of Historic Places listings in Genesee County, New York
Location of Genesee County in New York

List of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Genesee County, New York

This is intended to be a complete list of properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Genesee County, New York. The locations of National Register properties and districts (at least for all showing latitude and longitude coordinates below) may be seen in a Google map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates".[1] One property, the Holland Land Office, is further designated a National Historic Landmark.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 18, 2011.[2]

Contents: Counties in New York
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Listings county-wide

[3] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Alexander Classical School
Alexander Classical School
01973-10-25October 25, 1973 Buffalo St.
42°54′08″N 78°15′34″W / 42.902222°N 78.259444°W / 42.902222; -78.259444 (Alexander Classical School)
Alexander Rare three-story-tall cobblestone structure, only one listed in county, was built as boarding school in 1837. Later it became a public school, and then town hall.
2 Batavia Cemetery
Batavia Cemetery
02002-04-08April 8, 2002 Harvester Ave.
42°59′36″N 78°10′17″W / 42.993333°N 78.171389°W / 42.993333; -78.171389 (Batavia Cemetery)
Batavia Burials since 1823 include Joseph Ellicott, Albert and Arthur Brisbane, and large mausoleum of Dean Richmond. Tall monument near south side commemorates disappearance of Anti-Mason William Morgan in 1824.
3 Batavia Club
Batavia Club
01973-06-19June 19, 1973 Main and Bank Sts.
42°59′51″N 78°10′55″W / 42.9975°N 78.181944°W / 42.9975; -78.181944 (Batavia Club)
Batavia 1831 Federal style brick building, originally a bank and now an arts center, is one of only two extant Hezekiah Eldredge buildings in New York
4 First Presbyterian Church
First Presbyterian Church
02004-12-06December 6, 2004 300 E. Main St.
42°59′55″N 78°10′46″W / 42.998611°N 78.179444°W / 42.998611; -78.179444 (First Presbyterian Church)
Batavia Church complex built from 1854–1919 reflects changing styles of American Protestant worship
5 Genesee County Courthouse
Genesee County Courthouse
01973-06-18June 18, 1973 Main and Ellicott Sts.
42°59′52″N 78°11′14″W / 42.997778°N 78.187222°W / 42.997778; -78.187222 (Genesee County Courthouse)
Batavia Greek Revival limestone building from 1843 replaced original courthouse thad at one point had served entire Holland Purchase. Local materials used in construction; serves as focal point of courthouse historic district and western gateway to downtown
6 Genesee County Courthouse Historic District
Genesee County Courthouse Historic District
01982-12-10December 10, 1982 Bounded by Porter and Jefferson Aves., and Main, Court, and Ellicott Sts.
42°59′53″N 78°11′14″W / 42.998056°N 78.187222°W / 42.998056; -78.187222 (Genesee County Courthouse Historic District)
Batavia Civic core of Batavia, with five government buildings at fork of old Iroquois trails, built from 1840s to 1920s.
7 Gifford-Walker Farm
Gifford-Walker Farm
01980-01-10January 10, 1980 7083 N. Bergen Rd.
43°07′51″N 78°00′54″W / 43.130833°N 78.015°W / 43.130833; -78.015 (Gifford-Walker Farm)
North Bergen Intact 1870 Carpenter Gothic farmhouse
8 Holland Land Office Holland land 8911.jpg 01966-10-15 October 15, 1966 W. Main St.
42°59′55″N 78°11′21″W / 42.99861°N 78.18917°W / 42.99861; -78.18917 (Holland Land Office)
Batavia 1815 Greek Revival building was headquarters for original owners of Western New York
9 Keeney House
Keeney House
01979-09-11September 11, 1979 13 W. Main St
42°58′38″N 77°59′35″W / 42.977222°N 77.993056°W / 42.977222; -77.993056 (Keeney House)
Le Roy 1820s Federal style house, later home to inventor of stringless bean. Later Greek Revival embellishments removed in early 20th century renovation.
10 Lake Street Historic District
Lake Street Historic District
01985-09-05September 5, 1985 10 and 12 S. Lake St. & 11-27 N. Lake St.
43°05′07″N 77°56′33″W / 43.085278°N 77.9425°W / 43.085278; -77.9425 (Lake Street Historic District)
Bergen Small group of late 19th-early 20th century downtown buildings, many with cast iron storefronts
11 Le Roy House and Union Free School
Le Roy House and Union Free School
01997-11-07November 7, 1997 23 E. Main St.
42°58′42″N 77°59′11″W / 42.978333°N 77.986389°W / 42.978333; -77.986389 (Le Roy House and Union Free School)
Le Roy Land office expanded into ornate Greek Revival House, now local historical museum, in three stages by Jacob Le Roy starting in 1823. 1898 school building in rear was first built by present Le Roy school district; now used as Jell-O museum.
12 Machpelah Cemetery
Machpelah Cemetery
02007-11-19November 19, 2007 North St.
42°59′10″N 77°59′01″W / 42.986239°N 77.9835°W / 42.986239; -77.9835 (Machpelah Cemetery)
Le Roy Rural cemetery opened in 1858 and gradually expanded since then. Grave markers reflect many different trends in funerary art to present. Jell-O tycoon Orator Francis Woodward buried in prominent Classical Revival mausoleum.
13 Marion Steam Shovel
Marion Steam Shovel
02008-02-22February 22, 2008 Gulf Rd.
42°59′33″N 77°56′17″W / 42.992514°N 77.938083°W / 42.992514; -77.938083 (Marion Steam Shovel)
LeRoy Only remaining Marion Model 91 steamshovel; possibly largest extant steamshovel in world. May have been used in excavation of Panama Canal
14 Morganville Pottery Factory Site
Morganville Pottery Factory Site
01974-02-15February 15, 1974 Address Restricted
Morganville Site of factory in existence for much of 19th century making drain and ceramic tiles. Excavated by Rochester Museum and Science Center in 1973; may yet yield more artifacts.
15 Mount Pleasant
Mount Pleasant
01984-08-09August 9, 1984 2032 Indian Falls Rd.
43°00′45″N 78°20′35″W / 43.0125°N 78.343056°W / 43.0125; -78.343056 (Mount Pleasant)
Indian Falls Sophisticated 1861 Italianate farmhouse
16 Richmond Memorial Library
Richmond Memorial Library
01974-07-24July 24, 1974 19 Ross St.
42°59′52″N 78°10′38″W / 42.997778°N 78.177222°W / 42.997778; -78.177222 (Richmond Memorial Library)
Batavia 1887 Richardsonian Romanesque library emulating several of Richardson's libraries in the Boston suburbs
17 Saint James' Episcopal Church
Saint James' Episcopal Church
02004-09-24September 24, 2004 405 E. Main St.
42°59′59″N 78°10′32″W / 42.999722°N 78.175556°W / 42.999722; -78.175556 (Saint James' Episcopal Church)
Batavia 1908 Neo-Gothic church was first of many in Western New York designed by Robert North
18 Stafford Village Four Corners Historic District
Stafford Village Four Corners Historic District
01976-10-08October 8, 1976 Jct. NY 5 and NY 237
42°58′54″N 78°04′25″W / 42.981667°N 78.073611°W / 42.981667; -78.073611 (Stafford Village Four Corners Historic District)
Stafford 19th-century buildings from first permanent settlement on Holland Purchase, continuously in existence since 1798. Includes one of oldest houses in county and eclectic former town hall.
19 US Post Office-Le Roy
US Post Office-Le Roy
01989-05-11May 11, 1989 2 Main St.
42°58′39″N 77°59′22″W / 42.9775°N 77.989444°W / 42.9775; -77.989444 (US Post Office-Le Roy)
Le Roy Local benefactor paid for stone to face late 1930s building with unique design among state post offices

See also


  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by Google maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on November 18, 2011.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmark sites and National Register of Historic Places Districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.

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