Schools of the Past: Guilford District #14, The Village Schools, Part 6

In the continuing history of District #14 - The Union Free School this writer is quoting verbatim what Mr. Ubele documented in this ongoing saga:

“Resolved that the Board of Education be, and hereby empowered to sell the old school building, and the old school site at a price of not less than $500.00, the proceeds of such sale to apply on the purchase of the new site heretofore votes; old site bounded and described as follows:


“All that tract or parcel of land situate in the Town of Guilford aforesaid and bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning at the Southeast corner of land conveyed by said R. A. Morse to Edward S. Bradley, now owned and occupied by R. M. dark on the West line of lands conveyed by said Morse to Dr. Clark; thence South along the West line of said Clark land six and one-half rods; thence Westwardly about eight and one-half rods to centre of road as fenced out by said R. A. Morse for a public highway; then along the centre of road six and one-half rods to Southwest corner of lands conveyed by said R. A. Morse to Bradley, as above; thence East along the South line of lands conveyed as above described to said Bradley about eight and one-half rods to place of beginning containing about fifty-five rods of land, be the same more or less.”

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