B U F F A L O
- Old Fort Erie (in Ontario). Take the Peace Bridge across the Niagara River to Old Fort Erie, part of the Niagara Parks Commission. This is where Jonathan Stott was captured during the War of 1812.
H U D S O N
- 325 Allen Street. Grandma lived here at least until 1910, when she was 17.
- 417 Warren Street. House built by the English hatter John Bennet, using clay dug up and bricks fired in the back yard. Was two stories, since remodeled.
- Hudson City Cemetery. Many Stotts and Bennets here. By the will of Jane Charlotte Stott, the family plot has perpetual care.
R A Q U E T T E L A K E
- Bluff Point Camp. Formerly Camp Stott, a private camp on Raquette Lake in the Adirondacks built by F.H. Stott (brother and partner of Charles Henry Stott) and W.W. Durant in 1878. The Stott family traveled there through 1905 and then sold it to the Collier publishing family. Still run as a private camp.
- Mission of the Good Shepherd on St. Hubert’s Isle. F.H. Stott was a major contributor to the church’s construction. In 1883 the stained glass windows were donated in memory of two of their 10 children who died in childhood, Dora who died in 1881 at age 10 and Laurie (Lawrence) in 1882 at 12. The church holds an annual service on the first Sunday in August, 3pm, with free transport from Raquette Lake Village dock.
S C H E N E C T A D Y
- 713 Union Street. The big frame house on the corner of Seward Avenue is the Pearson house.
- St. George’s Episcopal Church. All four American grandparents were married here; also, John Pearson Josephs and Martha Warren Paige. 30 N. Ferry Street in the Stockade District.
- Vale Cemetery. Many loved ones here.
S T O T T V I L L E
- Site of the former C.H. & F.H. Stott homes and woolen mills. Very depressing.
T I C O N D E R O G A
- Fort Ticonderoga. Samuel Libby was stationed here under General Schuyler when the Continentals had to surrender to Burgoyne in 1777.