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140 Years Ago - 1879 Adolphus Ruth and Clara Eleanor Beiling, both of Youngsville, were married on November 16, 1879, by Rev. A. Wetterstroem at the residence of Mr. Frederick Caeb at … more
140 Years Ago - 1879 The new Board of Aldermen in New York will stand: Democrat, 7; Republicans, 6; Tammany, 9. Hankins — The double track to this place is completed and the workmen are … more
100 Years Ago - 1919 Attorney Guernsey T. Cross of Callicoon was elected member of assembly on the Democratic ticket at the polls yesterday. From 38 of the 40 election districts, he has a majority … more
140 Years Ago - 1879 Valentine Huff is erecting a distillery near his cider mill two miles north of Jeffersonville. George Miller of Briscoe has been engaged to teach at the Youngsville School … more
140 Years Ago - 1879 Wm. Relyea of Clintondale harvested over 6 tons of grapes, Concord variety, from 480 vines of 13 years standing. North Branch — The North Branch School is to be taught … more
140 Years Ago - 1879 The walking match for the championship of Sullivan County, which was to be held in the walking rink in Liberty, was postponed a week because of rain. The Jeffersonville band … more
140 Years Ago - 1879 Three thousand bushels of potatoes were sent from Callicoon Depot to Port Jervis on Monday. Rev. O.D. Ramsey will preach in the German M.E. Church in this village on Sunday … more
140 Years Ago - 1879 The ardent lovers of pumpkin pie will rejoice to learn that the pumpkin crop will be an im­mense one this Fall. George Beiling of Youngsville has obtained a position in a … more
140 Years Ago - 1879 Marriage indications are very encouraging. We shall hear no more about the Beechwoods Post Office troubles. The office has been abolished. Mr. Ben W. Winner of Liberty … more
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