Java, New York

Welcome to the Town of Java

Wyoming County, New York

Java Photo
Main Street, North Java
Barbara Durfee


Java was taken from the Town of China (which is now Arcade) on April 20, 1832.

Hamlets of Java are North Java, Southburg (first known as Williamsville and then Williamsburg for Hiram Williams, one of it's early settlers), Curriers (first known as Fox's Corners), Java Center, Java Village, East Java (Java Lake) and Strykersville.

First Settlers Surnames

Tolles, Wright, Sprout, Crowe, Coleman, Gates, Wolcut, Wells, Morgan, Hollenbeck, Joslin, Hall, Paul, Waters

Many Thanks to Barbara Durfee, Historian for the town of Sheldon for her contributions to this site!

On Line Resources


Off Line Resources


  Formation of Java
  Cemeteries 7 Jan 2004
  Town Officials
  Java Maps 8 Jun 2003

  Photos 5 Sep 2003
  Family Histories 27 Jun 2003
  Miscellaneous Records 10 Dec 2003

Some Helpful Links

  SAMPUBCO Gateway to Indexes



This site is maintained by Debbie Howes. For submissions or corrections, send me an email.


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