This map shows the Donald Campbell patent of 1763, in what is now Washington County, NY. It is located just north of the village of Galesville, now Middle Falls, NY. Included in this patent is the area near Bald Mountain. My ggg.grandfather, Francis P. Robinson, Sr., and wife, Sarah, took a mortgage on the Robinson family farm in the North Plains west of the Bald Mountain in 1799. The farm was lot 50, of the Campbell patent and consisted of 100 acres, later enlarged to 113 acres through land purchases. The farm is located midway between Cottrell Road on the south and Larmon Road on the north, on the west side of the Anthony Road. The farmhouse was of brick, according to later state censuses, and is still standing. My grandfather, Charles Henry Robinson, was born on this farm in 1863 while the farm was occupied and operated by his father, George Leroy Robinson. Francis P. Robinson, Jr., was living and operating a store in Galesville in 1866, where he died in 1867. George purchased the farm from his father, Francis, Jr., prior to Francis's death. The farm left Robinson family ownership when sold by my g.grandfather, George Leroy Robinson in the late 1800s.