|PA Historical Marker for Fort McCord|
|The memorial for Fort McCord|
|A close-up of the plaque|
The Fort McCord Memorial
A glance at Wallace's Indian Path of Pennsylvania, the Raystown Path passes near Fort Lyttleton before moving towards the northwest. Wallace records that the Raystown Path passed through the gap created by Sideling Hill Creek, between the present-day towns of New Grenada and Waterfall (on Route 913). In Hanna's The Wilderness Trail he states that the Ray's Town Path was the major route through the mountain used by Indians and traders alike and it passed through this gap in Sideling Hill. Neither Hanna or Wallace mention any other path crossing Sideling Hill.