Historical Wyoming - Index

July 1975 to 2001


Table of Contents
Vol. 22

July 1975		WE'RE BACK
				An Historic Inn - The Genesee Falls Hotel
				The Valley People (Genesee River Valley)
				Dedication of Genesee Falls Town Hall
				Quaker Settlement Cemetery Inscriptions - Town
					of Orangeville

October 1975		THE WOMAN IN THE 19th CENTURY WARSAW
				Techniques of the Oral History Interview
				The Portage Bridge: Magnificence & Mystery
				Fair Facts (Wyoming Co. Fair)
				Meteors Over Pike
				LaGrange Cemetery Inscriptions -Tn. of Covington

January 1976		EARLY INHABITANTS OF WYOMING COUNTY
				Archeological History of Wyoming County
				A Brief Sketch of Red Jacket
				Family Tragedies of Mary Jemison
				LaGrange Cemetery Inscriptions continued

April 1976		WARSAW'S GAS & ELECTRIC FACILITIES
				A Pioneer Family of Covington - Forbes Family
				Wagons Across Wyoming
				Wyoming County's Last Civil War Veteran 
					Adelbert Foster
				A Barrel of Oats
				Java Vigilance Society
				LaGrange Cemetery Inscriptions continued

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Vol. 23 July 1976 AMERICA'S BICENTENNIAL Roll of Honor Soldiers of the American Revolution An Old Soldier's Last March - Josiah Eddy Young Soldier of the American Revolution - Isaac Smith Warsaw's Revolutionary War Veterans Bicentennial Wagon Train Strykersville Cemetery Inscriptions - Tn of Sheldon October 1976 WYOMING COUNTY DURING THE CIVIL WAR 50 Year History of Oatka Vault Record from Gould/Churchill Bible January 1977 STORY OF A DOCTOR - Dr. John G. Meachem Sr. The Reuben Doolittle House A New Land, A New Church, A Faith Continous Sacred Heart RC Cemtery Inscriptions - Tn of Bennington April 1977 A PIONEER VILLAGE - Pike Village A Story of A Doctor Part II Eugene P. Norton & The Pineapple Cheese Factory Sacred Heart RC Cem. continued St. Cecilia's RC Cemtery Inscriptions - Tn of Sheldon
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Vol. 24 July 1977 EARLY RURAL SCHOOLS Old Time Rules at Spelling Bennington's Bee Hive Memories of the 1902 Flood Rural Mail Route Delivery Indian Medicinal Plants & Herbs October 1977 THE HAMLET OF OATKA The War of 1812 St. Cecilia's RC Cemetery corrections Indian Myths & Legends January 1978 SUSAN LOOK AVERY - 19th Century Reformer Our Church is Born - LaGrange Baptist Church Sixty Years of Church Life The Gold Headed Cane Letter From a Civil War Soldier - H.B. Hogan St. Cecilia's RC Cemetery Corrections St. Joseph RC Cemtery Inscriptions - Tn of Perry April 1978 MEMORIES OF JAVA & STRKERSVILLE Thoughts on Pioneer Living & Role of the Woman Historical Sketch of the Merle Family Early Letters from Java - Jacob Morse Dale Cemetery Inscriptions - Tn of Middlebury
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Vol. 25 July 1978 THE SOUND OF THE WHISTLE - Days of Steam Threshing Dad Was A Thresher Steam Versus Man Power 1918 Petition for Mail Route Sheldon to Attica 1812 Steam Rigs of the Early 1900's European Immigration into Perry Community 1940-1950 An Archeological Discovery in Middlebury St. Stanislaus Kostka RC Church Inscriptions - Tn of Perry October 1978 HENRY BUSH - REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIER Henry Bush Jr, of East Gainesville Attica Earthquake of 1929 Bands & Bandwagons of the 1890's The 150,000th Immigrant & The American Dream Come True - Interview with Miss Blanche Knapp Perry Hope Cemetery Inscriptions - Tn of Perry January 1979 ALASKA CALLING - Prospectors 1898 Group Seeks Gold in the Klondike Klondike Letters Rose Neeley The Sullivan-Clinton Campaign Perry Hope Cemetery Inscriptions continued April 1979 ATLANTIC CROSSING in 1834 - James Gordon Diary More From the Yukon Liberty Street , Warsaw Trinity Episcopal Church, Warsaw 1827 Assessment List Town of Perry Perry Hope Cemetery Inscriptions continued
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Vol. 26 July 1979 A MARINE AT BELLEAU WOOD (Col. Lloyd E. Pike) Earmarks from Bygone Days Perry, A New York Mill Town 1902 Sullivan Sesquicentennial Hope Cemetery - Perry (continued) October 1979 A VILLAGE IN THE VALLEY (Varysburg) The Sullivan Expedition Hope Cemetery Corrections Hope Cemetery - Perry (continued) January 1980 THE WARNERS - PIONEERS OF JAVA Village in the Valley (continued) The Old Stone House On the Hill ( Charles Fisher's House) Arcade Rural Cemetery - Arcade April 1980 JULIA DORRANCE - ARTIST & DOCTOR'S WIFE Julia's Life in Attica A Time to Remember ( Scott & Burbank family) Name Index to Marriages Performed by Charles Wilder (Town of Sheldon Justice 1838-1845) Perry Village 150 Years Ago St. Joseph's Cemetery Additions - Perry Arcade Rural Cemetery - Arcade ( continued)
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Vol. 27 July 1980 ST. MARY'S CELEBRATES 100 YEARS ( Silver Springs) Bannister Settlement - Where Two Roads Crossed (Silver Springs) Silver Lake and the Postal Card The Alpha Omega Class of 1936 WCCH George Hartnell of Wyoming Luther C. Peck Depression Years The Best Years of My Life (Clarence Bush) Arcade Rural Cemetery - Arcade (continued) October 1980 MIDDLEBURY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH The Stantons of Middlebury Eli Farnam and Cleopatra's Needle Elbert Eli Farnam Chester Hurd Ringing Through the Valley A Journey to Arcade - Buffalo Abolitionist George Washington Jonson GOP Part Roots in Arcade Arcade Rural Cemetery - Arcade (continued) January 1981 TONGUES OF FIRE - FIRES OF ATTICA The Attica Fire Department More on the Stanton Boys Gravestone Art Cowlesville Post Office Arcade Rural Cemetery - Arcade (continued) April 1981 MINE EYES HAVE SEEN THE GLORY -Excerpts from the Life of Calvin Fairbanks For Whom Tribute is Due Deaths Listed in the American Citizen Brooks Castle No Protection to The Farmer Straub's Hotels Eulogy to Big Foot An Afternoon with Merle Robinson A Lyons Growls Marriages Listed in the American Citizen Arcade Rural Cemetery - Arcade (continued)
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Vol. 28 July 1981 LEWIS HUMPHREY BISHOP Water Mills in Wyoming County Once Stood Chace's Mill Wolf Creek Water Power The Old Rafting Place The Lincoln-Walker Affair Arcade Rural Cemetery -Arcade (continued) October 1981 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, ATTICA, NY Whaley's Saw Mill Feud at O'Donnell's Gulf The Cemeteries of the Town of Arcade (history of) The Civil War Monument Eccentric Euphremia Memories of Jabez Rudd Allan's Creek Arcade Rural Cemetery - Arcade (continued) January 1982 A MEMORY GARDEN (Silver Springs) A Mill in Middlebury The Frank family of Warsaw One Hundred Years of Bliss Arcade Rural Cemetery - Arcade (continued) April 1982 THE DOCTOR AND HIS MEDICINE (S.A. Brooks) Memories of Papa Secret's of the Dale Valley Where Have They Gone? Around the Horn in the Billow Arcade Rural Cemetery - Arcade (continued)
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Vol. 29 July 1982 IN MEMORY ...LLOYD ERWOOD KELLY 1921-1982 Woody...(Lloyd "Woody" Kelly) Remembering... (Lloyd "Woody Kelly") To Union Organize (Perry) A Stone Legend (Bluestone) The Board Walk Uncle Ashton Was No Angel Arcade Rural Cemetery - Arcade (continued) October 1982 THE LIGHT SHINES FORTH - ATTICA CENTER BAPTIST CHURCH Omar Memorial The Old Organ in the Parlor Memorial for Woody The Baptist and the Parson's Hat First New York Dragoon - E. Randolph Robinson Hard Times- Good Times (Tn of Bennington) Pleasant View Cemetery - Orangeville January 1983 A PEARL IN COVINGTON - PEARL CREEK A Lady of History ( Katherine Barnes) Unwelcome Guest April 1983 THE LAST DAY ( Perry Town Hall) Covington Methodist Church The Twinkle of Irish Eyes - Parke Higgins A Pearl in Covington continued Pleasant View Cemetery - Orangeville (continued)
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Vol. 30 July 1983 YOUTH OF WYOMING COUNTY The Following were writtten by school children: Saint Michael's RC Church A House Lives Forever Farming in the 1860's-1890's The Town of Orangeville and Its Early Settlers Wyoming County National Bank Hillside Remembering A Genesee Lumber Camp The Erie Railroad and the Dale Valley Pleasant View Cemetery - Orangeville (continued) October 1983 FIVE WHITE WOMEN OF THE GENESEE Warsaw's Places of Public Accommodition The "Big Little" Country Store ( Rock Glen) Wooden Trestles Portageville Village Cemetery - Genesee Falls January 1984 THE CONABLES OF WYOMING COUNTY One Man's Family ( Dr. William Gouinlock) H. Vernon Gibby 1895-1983 April 1984 THE GRAY WALLS ( Attica State Prison) The Attica We Once Knew.... My Grandfather - Franklin "Pappy" Wald A Day In September Feelings-Reactions Portageville Village Cemetery - Genesee Falls (cont)
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Vol. 31 July 1984 APPLES IN THE OATKA VALLEY The Saga of Monty Hey The Gray Walls - Part II Portageville Village Cemetery - Genesee Falls (cont.) October 1984 BRYANT FLEMING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT Building With God Through the Years - Brick Presbyterian Church, Perry When it rains it pours....(History Morton Salt) The Settler and the Forest The Lyons of Castile A Man from Eagle ( Timothy Buckland) The Battle of Gettysburg Richards Cemetery - Orangeville January 1985 THE WOLF HOWLS - The First Settlement of Bennington The Victorian Era From the Pantry Shelf The Gray Walls - Part III April 1985 RECOLLECTIONS OF REBEL PRISON (Col. Gilbert G. Prey) Hermit of Middlebury - Nate Gorham Wolf In The Night A List of Warsaw Residents (Older Resident's Birthdates) Town of Orangeville 1892
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Vol. 32 July 1985 MAPLE SUGARING From the Pantry Shelf Anecdotes of Castile's Past Old Time Dance Lacking At the White House Time Again for the Pioneer Picnic Recollections of Rebel Prison Part II Johnsonburg Cemetery - Sheldon October 1985 A Tale of Rock Glen From the Pantry Shelf Con-Artists, Swindlers and Crooks Recollections of Rebel Prison Part III Indian Legend Johnsonburg Cemetery - Sheldon continued January 1986 WYOMING COUNTY ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE YEAR Bricks are forever....(Formation of Wyoming Co. & Wyoming Co. Buildings) County Home Deaths 1885-1896 Town of Orangeville 1892 Census April 1986 WYOMING COUNTY ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE YEAR The Academy on the Knoll (Middlebury Academy) Warsaw's Cobblestone School Gone..But Not Forgotten ( Warsaw High School) Memories of Warsaw High The Schoolhouse at Harris A Teacher Remembers... Trivial Memories of a College Professor - Albert Perry Brigham From the Pantry Shelf
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Vol. 33 July 1986 WYOMING COUNTY ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE YEAR The Pioneer Cabin Log Donors The Old Log Cabin The Pioneer Picnic Remembering...the Farman Theater Trivial Memories of a College Professor (cont.) The Volunteer Firemen's Association October 1986 WYOMING COUNTY ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE YEAR Forever in the Valley (Mary Jemison Monument) The House Above the Valley (Lewellyn House) An Evening With Lydia Head Barns Through the Years Dragoons ( 1st NY Dragoon Monument) January 1987 ESSAY WINNERS The Flood of July 4, 1902 A Child's Leisure Long Ago The Last Medicine Show The Cowlesville Merchants Man Overboard Tidbits The Old BR and P True Tales of Bliss St. Mary's Cemetery - Arcade Early Marriages and Deaths April 1987 GIBSONVILLE MEMORIES Essay Winners: Fishing Along the Tonawanda Creek A Tale of Two Trees What's an Ice Man? The Village School The Irish of Pearl Creek Cousins St. Mary's RC Cemetery - Arcade (continued)
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Vol. 34 July 1987 THE GOOD (?) OLD DAYS -1 Backward Turn Backward (Child's life in Johnsonburg)5 From the Pantry Shelf - 15 The Silver Lake Military And Naval School - 17 Manufacture of Syrup Cans at Java Village - 20 Pioneer Picnic - 23 Our Pioneers and Their Tools - 24 St. Mary's RC Cemetery - Arcade (continued) - 26 October 1987 WE THE PEOPLE - 29 The Constitution - 30 Slaves Upon the Purchase - 37 Women and the Constitution - 43 Thomas M. Cooley - "Father of the Gilded Age" - 48 From the Pantry Shelf - 54 St. Mary's RC Cemetery - Arcade (continued) - 56 January 1988 A TRUE STORY - General Phineas Stanton - 57 Backward Turn Backward (cont.) -60 The Attica Cornet Band - 71 Introduction (Middlebury Academy) - 72 The Night the Lights Came On - 74 Old Inns Never Die (Castile Sanitarium) - 75 The Eddy Farm At Table Rock - 78 St. Mary's RC Cemetery - Arcade ( continued) - 82 Wyoming County Deaths Occurring in Co. Home - 83 April 1988 The Village Smithy - 85 Life On A Potatoe Farm - 89 J.S. Barnes & Sons - 90 A #1 - 96 An Old Fashioned Horning - 99 The Flying Dutchman - 101 From the Pantry Shelf - 103 The Abbott Family - 104 Wyoming County Deaths Occurring in Co. Home 107 Cowlesville Village Cemetery - Bennington - 108
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Vol. 35 July 1988 NEW YORK RATIFIES THE US CONSTITUTION - 1 The Bill of Rights - 4, 8 A Proud Nation - 5 The First Amendment - 6 The Ninth Amendment - 6 If I were to choose.. - 7 Is the Constitution as Effective Today? - 9 Withstanding the Times - 11 Our Heritage - The Constitution - 12 Amendment #6 - 13 The Castile Community Club - 14 Cowlesville Village Cemetery - Bennington (continued) - 25 October 1988 CRIME AND JUSTICE - 29 Homespun - 45 From the Pantry Shelf - 48 Swamp-Root - 50 Yesterday in Castile - 51 Cowlesville Village Cemetery - Bennington (continued) - 54 January 1989 A MEDAL OF HONOR ( Andrew Jackson Lorish) - 57 Crime and Justice Part II - 69 Tribute to Robert M. French - 81 Streets of Bliss - 82 Cowlesville Village Cemetery - Bennington (continued) - 84 April 1989 THE BIG DITCH & THE LITTLE MISSIONARY(Panama Canal) - 85 Hear Ye! Hear Ye! ( Joseph Goodenbury) - 96 The Old Dug Well - 100 Crime and Justice Part III - 103 From the Pantry Shelf - 109 Cowlesville Village Cemetery - Bennington (continued) - 110
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Vol. 36 July 1989 AGRICULTURE IN WYOMING COUNTY - 1 Agriculture in Wyo. Co. Since World War II - 10 Sounds of the Past - 12 Legend of the Genesee Valley - 15 Shall We Go On? ( Daniel Gay) - 16 Warsaw Public Library - 18 Crime & Justice - The Conclusion - 22 Cowlesville Village Cemetery - Bennington (continued) - 25 October 1989 "THE LITTLE HOUSE" - 29 Halloween - 32 "Spirits" - 35 Warsaw Public Library (continued) - 41 Gas Lamps in the Village - 45 The Story of Sybil ( slavery) - 47 Company K Remembered - 50 Cowlesville Village Cemetery - Bennington (continued) - 54 January 1990 LOOKING BACK - Ladies' Fashions - 57 The Earth Moves - 65 Warsaw's Dangerous Hill - 74 Farewell - Anita Gephart Ripstein - 75 From the Pantry Shelf - 78 Keeping Well - 79 Cowlesville Village Cemetery - Bennington (continued) - 80 With the completion of this issue. Anita Gephart Ripstein moved to the
State of Nevada. Doris Bannister of Middlebury was appointed to fill
the position of Deputy Historian and to aid John Wilson in carrying
on HISTORICAL WYOMING. April 1990 WYOMING COUNTY SHERIFF"S POSSE - 85 Henry Ward - 89 God Willing (Wilson/Whaley/Brotherton families) - 95 At the Office - 99 Peoria - Village With More than A Past - 100 Bits and Pieces - 104 From the Pantry Shelf - 106 The Portage Bridge - 107 Among Our Societies - 111 Index to Volume - 112
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Vol. 37 July 1990 JARED DANIEL TURRELL the man and his train - 1 180 Years in Wyoming County - 8 The Village of Was ...as I remember - 9 How Do We Care? (William Letchworth) - 13 This Life I Live (Gay family) - 15 Tonawanda Valley and Cub Railroad Inspection - 19 The Dance ( Leander & George Eastman) - 21 From the Pantry Shelf - 22 October 1990 DAVID MARKS THE BOY EVANGELIST - 25 Furniture Woods and Their Early American Applications - 30 Major Lyman F. Barry - 34 Main Street Hermitage - 38 Growing Up Memories (Hatfield family) - 43 The Kibbe's and the Curriers Church - 46 The First Telephone Party Line on Wing Street, Bliss, NY - 49 The Old Stager - 52 January 1991 THE TOWN OF CASTILE - 53 Another View of Castile - 62 The Town of Covington - 68 The Town of Java - 78 April 1991 THE TOWN OF MIDDLEBURY - 81 The Town and Village of Arcade - 90 The Town of Eagle - 103 The Shaker Peddlers - 105 Art Council Mary Jemison Pagent - 107
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Vol. 38 July 1991 THE TOWN OF GAINESVILLE - 1 The Conway-Dundon History - 9 The Portage Wooden Bridge - 16 The Saga of Genesee Falls - 19 October 1991 THE PEOPLE OF PERRY - MORE RECENT HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF PERRY - 29 Bliss, New York - 40 The Shipmans of Warsaw - 48 The Town of Bennington - 53 January 1991 ATTICA, NEW YORK - 57 Census Figures 1980-90 - 69 The Little Dog Under the Wagon (Hamilton family) - 70 Orangeville, New York - 74 Four Legged Pioneers - 82 My Memories (Wethersfield) - 83 April 1991 Java Village - 85 Nancy Whitney French - 95 Society of Village Work Warsaw, NY - 100 Civil War Letters - 105 At the Office - 111 Index of volume - 112
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Vol. 39 July 1992 WE TAKE A BOW (This issue is a reprint of Vol.1 #1) - 1 October 1992 MARKETING WARSAW IN THE 1930'S - 29 Warsaw 1909-1913 - 33 The Wyoming Depot Area - 39 Minnie Chaddock of Attica & Her Covered Bridge Family - 51 The Last Charge of Battle of Appomattox - 54 January 1993 CHARLES A. LAMB - 57 The US Cadet Nurse Corps - 63 The 136th New York Volunteer Infantry - 67 The 16th NY Vol. Inf. Enrollment List - 72 A Bear Story From Attica - 79 Westmeath Farms - 80 Early History of Pike - 81 The John Aikin Family - 83 April 1993 SHOWDOWN IN ARCADE - 85 A Letter Home From Middlebury (Elizur Hart) - 92 Arzy & Lafayette West - 95 Wyoming County Men at Gettysburg - 103 Vital Records 1847-1850 - 111 Index of volume - 112
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Vol. 40 July 1993 FAIR INTRODUCTION - 1 Rambling of an old Director - 3 History of the Wyoming Co. Fair - 5 The Perry Fair - 11 1st Lt. Henry Wolcott - 17 Java #5 School - 18 The 24th NY Independent Light Battery - 20 Roster of Wyoming Co. Men - 24th NY Independent Light Battery - Battery B - 22 Letters Concerning the Mary Jemison Portrait - 26 October 1993 WARSAW - ITS GROWTH AND STATURE - 29 A Concise History of Warsaw 1803-1870 - 31 The Monument Cirle Historic District - 39 Warsaw Through The Years - 48 United States Post Office, Warsaw, NY - 55 January 1994 ONE FARMER'S Odyssey 1862-1864 - 57 Frederick W. Butterman - 65 Requiem For A Catalog - 67 The 8th NY Heavy Artillery - 69 Roster from Wyoming County 8th NY HA - 71 Just Farmers? (Snyder Family) - 75 The Seth M. Gates House - 77 Trinity Protestant Episcopal Church (Warsaw) - 80 The Warsaw Academy/Masonic Temple - 82 April 1994 THE TANNERY - 85 Wyoming County Mirror (Warsaw newspaper) - 90 The Geology of Wyoming County, NY - 91 Baseball and the War Between the States - 106 Everyone is Not a Hero - 107 Who Are We ? - 109 Wyoming Water Works - 110
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Vol. 41 July 1994 ICE NEVER FAILS - 1 Tales of the Buffalo and Susquehanna - 7 Buffalo Creek - 18 The Sullivan Expedition - 22 Reflections on Farm Safety - 28 October 1994 MALLIE (Malvina Skanklin) - 29 My First Train Ride - 37 Wyoming County's Lost Company - 38 Wyoming County Men in the 78th NY Vol. Infantry - 40 Boddy's Buried at Wethersfield Springs, NY - 41 A Souvenir of Appomattox - 48 A Lucky Farmer (Eugene Plumley) - 52 Thoughts on Education - 53 Railroad Poems - 56 January 1995 WARSAW IN THE ANTI-SLAVERY MOVEMENT - 57 The Search for General Micah Brooks - 61 The Erie Lackawanna Railroad in Wyoming County - 69 The Pennsylvania Railroad in Wyoming County - 73 Known Cemeteries in Wyoming County - 75 160th NY Vol. Infantry - 79 Silver Maple Cemetery Inscriptions - North Java - 83 Tallman Pond Cemetery, Castile - 84 April 1995 E.M. PERKINS: NEWSPAPERMAN - 85 The Underground Railroad - 91 Freedom's Children - 95 The Vanishing American Railroad Station - 97 Memories of Johnsonburg, NY - 108 Wyoming County Historians - 112 Index of volume - 112
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Vol. 42 July 1995 CHARLES R. CANNON - 1 Adventures of LST 708 - 19 A Boy's Remembrance of World War II - 25 Brief Summary of WW II Service - 26 Dr. J.C. Tedesco - 27 Willard T. DeGolyer - 27 Toll of WW II by the numbers - 28 Corrections - 28 October 1995 DOCTOR ON CALL (Dr. C.H. Harville) - 29 (John) Jacob Ranf 1835-1923 - 46 Arcade Life in 1894 - 48 136th NY Vol. Infantry - Additions - 55 Farm Burials Inscriptions - Town of Orangeville - 56 January 1996 SALLY SCHOONOVER - 57 The Allen Family of Wyoming - 61 History of Java Village Baptist Church - 67 Castile and Its Railroad - 70 Evan Griffith Letter - 75 I Don't Want to Go! (Civil War Draft) - 76 The Pioneers ( Pioneer Association Pioneers) - 79 At the Office - 84 April 1996 HARRY S. DOUGLAS - 85 The Stevens Family Comes to Curriers - 86 Jacob Morse Describes Western NY to Artemas Stebbins - 88 Artemas Gives Ny a Try - 89 RDM Stevens and His Family - 91 Introduction to Autobiography of Harry S. Douglass - 92 Autobiography - 93 My Friend and Mentor - 110 Tribute to a Friend - 110 Memories of Harry S., Douglass - 111 Index to volume - 112
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Vol. 43 July 1996 SHEEP - 1 Buford Post GAR, 1921 - 6 What Happened to Some of the Boys of "61 - 7 The James Conways of Genesee Falls - 9 Wolf Creek - 20 October 1996 Chauncey Butterfield - 29 Civil War Letters (Captain Washington Wheeler) - 33 Bennington Baptist Church Record Book - 36 Remembering Wyoming From My School Days - 43 Home (poetry) - 54 A Tribute to Mary D. Wilson - 55 Orangeville Persons 80y old and up 1890 - 56 January 1997 THE IMMORTAL MARY JEMISON - 57 Dr. James Everett Seaver - 68 1820 Visit With Mary Jemison - 70 The Golden Squaw - 73 The Gardeau Flats in 1890 - 74 The Pageant of Mary Jemison - 76 Remembrances of the White Woman - 78 Memories of Dr. William B. Munson - 80 Memories of Fred Van Dorn - 81 Mary's Husbands and Children - 82 April 1997 THE WAY THINGS USED TO BE - 85 The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in Wyoming County - 93 Buffalo Creek - 103 Extracts from the Bliss Eagle - 106 Extracts from the Bliss Eagle (Reminiscences of Many Years Ago) - 108
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Vol. 44 July 1997 SYDNEY FISHER CHILD OF WARSAW -CITIZEN OF THE WORLD - 1 Experiences at Salisbury Prison, South Carolina and Danville, Virginia During the Civil War - 8 Bennington School Records District #1 - 15 GAR Photos - 27 October 1997 HOME GROWN CURES - 29 James S. & Abigail (Hoyt) Broughton - 33 Did John L. Sullivan Sleep Here - 39 The Zehler Family of Bennington, NY - 40 Pharmacy in the 17th and 18th Century - 46 The Doctor's Notebook Dr. James Ives - 48 January 1998 WOMEN'S CRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION - 57 The Spanish American War - 63 Nellie Embt - One of the Best - 71 The Doctor's Notebook Dr. James Ives continued - 78 The Autograph Book - 83 April 1998 THE FIREPLACE - 85 Perry Says Goodbye to Textiles - 88 Railroad Memories - 91 Dr. Robert Seaver - 97 Civil War Letter's - 103 Major Mark Andrews and Family of Perry, NY - 105
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Vol. 45 July 1998 ELLA HAWLEY CROSSETT,SUFFRAGIST - 1 The Shortest Wedding Service on Record - 8 Will our names be remembered? - 10 Steam Boats on Silver Lake - 13 Wyoming Then (1948) and Now (1998) - 15 Attica Westinghouse 1904-1986 - 25 October 1998 MANUSCRIPT GUIDE OF WYOMING COUNTY - 29 (by Floyd H. Benham) January 1999 BASEBALL DAYS - 57 A Dark Day for Wyoming County History (Cold Harbor) - 59 Manuscript Guide of Wyo. Co. continued - 60 April 1999 THE STAFF OF LIFE - 85 Civil War Letters - 90 Letter from W.H. Ewell - 92 75th Anniversary Warsaw Kiwanis 1923-1998 - 95 Manuscript Guide of Wyo Co. continued - 105
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Vol. 46 July 1999 Fences - 1 Andersonville - 5 Muanuscript Guide - 11 Queries - 21 Warsaw Grange Men's Quartet - 22 Attica Center Cemetery - 23 October 1999 The Federal House - 28 Roosevelt! - 34 The Parkers of Varysburg - 35 Thanksgiving Day - 36 Manuscript Guide - 37 Hermitage Cemetery, Wethersfield - 53 January 2000 My Mammy Bench - page 57 Cora Peck Matteson and What She Left for You - page 59 A Stanton family Patriarch in Wyoming County, NY - page 70 My Recollections - page 76 Manuscript Guide of Wyoming County - page 80 April 2000 Among Wyoming County's Best - The Witter Brothers - 85 Camp Portage - 88 The Forgotten War - 90 The Family of Lydia Avery Coonley Ward - 92 Westward Ho, 1940 Style - 98 Manuscript Guide - 101
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Vol. 47 Does anyone have the other copys of this vol.? Please send info to bettyt@lycos.com January 2000 HAY - page 29 Privates Off to War - page 33 William Whiting - Revolutionary War Veteran - page 44 Early Warsaw Schools - page 49 Manuscript Guide of Wyoming County - page 53 January 2001 W.H. P. Smith - page 57 Upon the Hill Undiscovered - page 60 More About the Freshet - page 68 History of Rowley P. Taylor Post, G.A.R. - page 70 My Home By the Lake - page 72 The House on Centerline Road = page 73 April 2001 The Ten Commandments - Should They be Displayed in Public Schools - page 57 From the Western New Yorker - page 87 Java Lake [East Java]"The Early Days" = page 93 Manuscript Guide of Wyoming County - page 101 The House on Centerline Road - Page 105


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