Cazenovia (population 7,002 per 2020 Census) lies southeast of Syracuse. It was founded in 1793 by land agent John Lincklaen, who named the village for his boss, Theophilus Cazenove. Cazenovia was a center of early abolitionism. Abolitionist minister Luther Myrick led a radical church there in the 1830s. Fellow abolitionist John Ingersoll, father of Robert Green Ingersoll, came to Cazenovia from New York City in March, 1834. He joined Myrick's church as associate minister in 1835–1836. When John’s wife, Mary Livingston Ingersoll, died and John could not afford a grave site, Myrick donated a space in his family plot.