Submitted by Diana Cruikshank Custer - firstname.lastname@example.org
Is located in gage's Patent, part of lots
25 and 26, a record of which is as follows.
Ownership- Mrs. Rachel Cruikshank whose address is Deerfield, RFD No. 2 and contains one hundred and twenty-four acres.
Market- Utica, N.Y.
soil products- hay, oats,corn,and potatoes. fruit culture-apples, pears, and cherries
Cheif industry- a dairy of twenty cows, the products of which are delivered to to a nearby creamery.
Divison of the farms's earning capacity is as follows- twenty= five acres of meadow, ninety-one of pasture: three in soil products and five acres in its timber lot containing mostly maple, beech, hemlock
Water supply= from springs and brooklets which furnish an abundance for fields and stock, and buildings.
orgin of name- from the fine view northward
Building improvements- a well appointed residence: two stock barns 26x26 and 26x36 respectively, and a horse barn 20x26
Topography- somewhat hilly, with a northern exposure. Is about 1200 feet above sea level.
Cruikshank- Grand View Farm
The following is a breif record of this desirable farm: Dimensions- one hundred and fifty acres. Location- Gage's Patent, and part of lots 25 and 36, on Porter Road.
Proprietor- George C, Cruikshank whose address is Deerfield, RFD No. 2 Market- Utica, N.Y.
Soil products- hay, oats, corn, potatoes etc.
Stock department- thirty cows and three horses. Dairying being its principal industry.
Fruit culture- apples, pears, and cheeries
Divison of the farms earning capacity= sixty acres of meadow: sixty-three of pasture: six in soil products, in addition to the above, there is a timber lot of twelve acres containing maple and beech
George Cruikshank was son of Robert - Rachel Cruikshank was wife to George