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Mike Kirk Male

Waupaca, Wis. Location

Monday, September 13, 2010 03:53 AM Permalink Write a comment


A friend of mine recently visited your museum. He was very impressed with how nicely the depot was restored and enjoyed viewing the exhibits. He also enjoyed visiting with a frendly staff member.

I am currently restoring the Waupaca, Wisconsin railroad depot so I can appreciate what you have done there. You can visit the Waupaca Historical Society Website at: waupacahistory.org or see my depot pictures at: flickr.com/photos/11741544@N05/collections/72157622946379421/

Marta Krawczyk Female

Lawrenceville, NJ Location

Tuesday, September 7, 2010 11:28 AM Permalink Write a comment


Hi Lyon Mountain. I miss it there so much!

Daniel S. Abrahamian Male

Livingston, NJ Location

Friday, August 20, 2010 03:22 AM Permalink Write a comment


Hello to everyone out there in Lyon Mountain, NY!

Pat Breeden Female

Ventura, California Location

Saturday, July 31, 2010 09:26 PM Permalink Write a comment


I am hoping to visit Whitehall one of these days. It looks like a beautiful place. My father's family lived in Whitehall from at least early 1800s to early 1900s. My grandfather and grandmother left Whitehall about 1915 to come to California. I am interested in learning more about the area and my ancestors that lived there.

Rocky (Herrick) Bonitatibus

Hagaman N.Y. 12086 Location

Wednesday, April 28, 2010 06:33 PM Permalink Write a comment


Hi. My mother's family is from Putnam Station Pulpit's Point, Levi Herrick, his father Ambrose fought in civil war, they claimed to have ties to the Mayflower. Also to Sammule Herrick, Great-Great-grandfather born there too, Levi lived to be 102 yr's old, Married Ellen Waite from Benson V.t. in 1890's. My aunt own Dresdon Station Hotel, Via her name. I have alot of great memories from the 50's an 60's staying on the lake, have location of barges that sank in the early 30's and of barge that my grand-father towed up from Whitehall in the late 40's, he was a boat builder & carpenter by trade built the log cabin Church on RT#22 at Putnam. Our time goes back to the Revol War, I miss going to Whitehall by boat with my grandfather to shop, or Putnam Station to pick-up the mail, or use the phone. I'm getting older now in my 60's and feel that I can tell tales of the past, mother still alive 90 an 2 aunts one is Via's daughter from Dresden Station enough for now, Rocky

Butch Parrotte Male

East Windsor CT. Location

Wednesday, February 24, 2010 10:04 AM Permalink Write a comment


Great job! Sure does bring back a lot of wonderful memories.

Carolyn Donar Adams Female

USA Location

Monday, February 22, 2010 06:05 PM Permalink Write a comment


My family has lived in Whitehall for some 80+ years. In 1939, my dad, Francis E. Donar was on a championship baseball team that played in Yankee Stadium. I am told that there was a plaque with his name on it there at the stadium. If there truly was a plaque, where is it now? I cannot seem to find anything on the internet about it.
TIA for any info.

Celina Simpson Female

Green Bay, Va Location

Saturday, February 6, 2010 07:52 AM Permalink Write a comment


Hello, I spent many years in Lyon Mountain and loved it! I miss it and just wanted everyone to know there is a group on facebook for all you Lyon Mountaineers to join! We have over 200 people now and still growing. You can touch base with old friends and family members and post photos. I found cousins I never knew I had! If you are on facebook, just search for the group Lyon Mountain, Ny, join us and have fun!

pamela bombard Female

bombay, ny Location

Sunday, January 24, 2010 03:00 PM Permalink Write a comment


I am originally from Lyon Mountain. born and raised! I love seeing a site like this. It takes me back to my childhood. Like i read from one of your other guests, I never truly appreciated lyon mountain for what it is. So much history! My grandparents were rose and nelson charland.

Phil Kindel Male

Auburn, MI Location

Friday, December 11, 2009 12:18 AM Permalink Write a comment


My great-great-great-great grandfather David Jonathan Barber (b.Oct 1812) was born in Whitehall NY. Some records indicate it was the village but no one knows for sure. Anyway, stopped to say, "hi". Still researching that side of my family.
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