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Notable People

County named for him - _____ Herkimer (ca. 1728-1777).
Sophronia Farrington Cone (1801-1880) of Herkimer was a Methodist ___ to Liberia in 1833.
Alfred ___ of Brockett's Bridge developed early pension plans and a model for social security in 1876.
Seaman David L. Bass (1842-1886) of Little Falls was awarded the Congressional ___ of Honor for bravery in action on Fort Fisher in 1865.
Gregory ___ (1944-1986) of Mohawk was the payload specialist of the "Challenger" space shuttle that exploded on Jan. 28, 1986.
Famous for his run to alert the community of an Indian attack (2 words).
Mary Elizabeth Quackenbush Brush (1856-1940) of Herkimer wrote ____ books.
Lottie Edith Tuttle (1878-1936) of Old Forge was the first woman ___ licensed in New York State.
Homer P. Snyder (1863-1937) of Little Falls was a U.S. Congressman who manufactured ____.
William Seward ___ (1851-1926) built the Mohawk & Malone R.R. opening up the northern part of the county.
Jennie Richardson, M.D. (1862-1952) was a physician in ____ using a bicycle for house calls.
Nathaniel Benton (1792-1869) of Little Falls, state senator, wrote an 1856 version of the _____ of Herkimer County.
Rev. Caleb Alexander (1755-1828) was the first principal at ___ Academy.
____ Remington (1793-1861) of Ilion forged the first Remington rifle barrel.
Wilbur Crisp (1891-1969) was a Little Falls coach who invented ____ (a sport) time clocks.
Delina Ecker Filkins (1815-1928) of Jordanville was listed in the Guiness Book of Records as the ___ living person at that time.
Zenas ____ (1809-1875) of Manheim was an abolitionist and had a station on the Underground R.R.
Harry Burrell (1797-1879) of Salisbury was the first to ship ___ to England.