Rochester Colony

Rochester Colony

In 1836 a Rochester, New York, association purchased land here and by winter several families were settled in newly built log homes. Methodist circuit riders in 1837 organized a class which became the center of the three-county Mapleton circuit. In 1841 the settlement was renamed Duplain and the colonists began working for better schools and roads. The Duplain Methodist church was built in the mid -1850s as a center for community worship.
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Registered Site L0083
Erected 1970

Location: Maple Road North of Colony Road
Duplain, Clinton County

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Latitude: 43.0467812, Longitude: -84.4557023

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