The Brayton Hollow cemetary is on Chasm Road, and is just about impossible to find because it is all overgrown. But, just a little bit further North on Chasm Road, there is Brayton Hollow Road, and it meanders right down to a small bridge on the Cahateaugay River, which would be a perfect location for the sawmill. I think we can assume that is where it was and that is why the road is so named. No one in the area seems to remember why the road is so named, and I met a guy who actually grew up on the road and worked for the DOT, and even he didn't know. He was surpised to meet a Brayton wandering around his woods.
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