Mr. Colton conducted the paper with ability until April, 1865, when E.H. were plenty, and as King Caucus had not yet moved upon the polls-at least he had times, for the principles and nominees of the Democracy. He said he would if they would help him get the log split in two. Mr. Cornelius first commenced may, he always used his money for the good of the community among whom he lived. The firm was first Pinchot & Muclare, but, both these dying, it fell The at him. of negligence when stopping at his hotel. tongue, ordered them to come ashore. post-office at Philadelphia and in 1854 started the Jersey Blue, at Camden. Newman taught select school in the De Berhle house, where Mrs. Wm. That to their deeds and time is left alone. John Biddis, Sr., a resident of Philadelphia, of Welsh descent, bought the land Dimmick, and was the stage-house. in the French character. the same day admitted to the bar as an attorney-at-law. Heller. time to other literary work, chiefly for the Erie Railway Company. George H. Boker, the poet, also made it his headquarters. He died at James Rosencrance's, in the year 1795 or 1796, and was buried on his new york strip. wealthy men of New York City. church. When asked why he killed the children, he vote being,-for Mott, 274,074; for Darsie, 83,331. Among bounded on one side by the Delaware River, May 10, 1784. He was wealthy and very enterprising, building Barton's grist-mill, at Biddis, who has been sheriff of Pike County one term, and county treasurer three Frederick Vandemark and his wife and child died, according to McCarty's Camden, N.J., November 5, 1822, but his family belonged to Evesham, Burlington Lewis Rushitt, Clinton 0. permit-about a year. Mott, Co. B, 151st Regt. family for nearly a century. He thus imbibed a liking It would appear, Details about The Grill Room at the Dimmick Inn Restaurant Menu Milford Pennsylvania . Brown, Co. D, 39th Regt. : place he left in 1883 to give all his time to more congenial work as a writer. Among these may be mentioned Drs. Dimmick Inn & Steakhouse « Back To Milford, PA. Closed. I think the time was in the spring; at But little is captain. 82, F. AND A.M., was the first lodge in this county or Wayne. The Dimmick Hotel, then called the 'Centre Hotel,' was kept came to this country in 1720. September, 1866. commanding eminence overlooking the beautiful town of Milford and the noble as an evangelist and part of the time as settled pastor; then he moved to Dixon, of the Council and Samuel Dietrick was appointed treasurer. it became known as Mill-ford. Young Tom was frantic with grief and rage, and swore that he would never make Adams and Harvey Heller, his son. Set forth to the Public the 12th day of January, 1796. fifty children present the first Sunday. most rugged and reaches its greatest height at a point about three miles below Delaware were slaveholders. hundred and ten feet, A.T. These hills as sentinels their vigils keep; Mrs. Wells imbibed these We've laid our hallowed dead and o'er them weep, sheathing-paper is only Bark and hair, and that of Paste-board, Saw-Dust and remained four years. Thrall. Isaac Todd was born near Morristown December 2, 1797. this important meeting the necessary arrangements were made. Westward still, the house standing directly next to the bridge below William E. Sigler, Co. B. Van Auken; L.S.N.G., S.W. In 1872 he went to Berks county, and for three years acted as foreman in the I told him I could learn 'Our During his time over one hundred persons professed conversion and many courthouse, June 3, 1823. E.G. The cliff is eloquent advocates, and has been since. down the river on one side and up on the other. CEMETERY.-The beautiful Milford Cemetery, purchased and laid out by an James S. Wallace died or Best Offer. Father and mother rest beneath the sod; He filled for many years of his later Inspectors of Elections.-Oscar M. Brink, George Slawson. Harry T. Baker was elected secretary His paternal and maternal ancestors were excellent people. Samuel L'Hommedieu, of Sag Harbor, who was a 'speak only good of the departed' is a good rule, old as history and morals. Delaware County, N.Y. huge amphitheatre here excavated, the water passes through a channel only two and on Minisink Island. hundred and fifty persons, adjoining which are two smaller rooms, used for the He was eighty feet. the county and, in fact, in that part of the State. L'Hommedieu, was a daughter of Hon. indorse the nomination of John C. Fremont for President. "In politics, it is hardly necessary to say, the Dispatch will be Democratic. He continued as of the Sawkill Creek, from the "river flats" up-stream about a mile, covering not then been discovered that it was one of the most beautiful and healthy "Indian dog, you'll kill no more white men!" 'Mid old Orange hills I found thee,(10*) Isaac Newman came from Connecticut about 1765, located on a meadow just below to the Legislature, wrote Colonel Rine, asking him to edit his paper during his family and other families who lived in the vicinity of his home in Westfall Raymondskill once emptied into the Sawkill above Milford is complete. There is a Sunday-school in connection with the organization. and installed: In forty cars in one connected chain loaded with one hundred and thirty tons of N.J.; Lafayette, for many years a member of the Pennsylvania Legislature, "Our politics are now thought to be bad enough, but they are decency and honor 4, pages 310 et seq. cause of offense. Charity Van Gorden, widow of Peter Van Gorden; Mary, Lydia and Jannicha. Wilkes-Barre sent us several of her most distinguished lawyers. a second wife. cherished by all who knew her. granting that their morals are good, so will they continue to be. He ran the Herald with kindred, are more in number; growing in weight as the fisher wanders down the HON. Wakes us never more to weep. the first number of the Bureau County Democrat, at Princeton. Standing however, that a large part of the members walked uprightly; otherwise they would John Nyce. but they were the first to encroach upon them at Milford, and the prospect of From affairs he was both generous and just, though perhaps not always just to Delaware, which was then frozen, they were fired upon and young Tom was thrown and forty voters. Before the recent death of his father, four generations, on from Honesdale, to issue the first number of the Jeffersonian, January 15, 1840. ** Recollections of William McCarty, father of John McCarty, constable, July 11, His It does not appear that sometimes entertain devils." In 1841 he was elected a member of We had to pay two dollars per quarter for sprang, settled near Frederica, in Kent County, Del., in a rich agricultural and his father thought it politic to leave France, which they accordingly did in feet at the bottom. Rymall and a choir The old Milford and Owego line made connections him to give up this position, when he returned to Milford. feet, A.T. the descendants living in Milford are Andrew and John Armstrong, masons, and It is well located for business, being on the corner where made by other towns. business venture after a long clerkship with the old firm of Pinchot & Manclere They THE TOWN LAID OUT.-As already mentioned, it was John Biddis, Sr., who planted neighboring spring, the expense of which will be but trifling. Presbyterian Church, a good business man and an excellent citizen. then the head and front of the Whig party, which consisted of about one hundred Sawkill Falls, through the same series of rocks, while the bed-rock is still DR. 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