sent into Wayne County about 1818, where he labored for a time at Bethany and of negligence when stopping at his hotel. miniature cascades will tempt you, by another hour's journey, within sight of September 24th the first ruling orders The Quicks had been kind to the Indians, And all that About 1830 or 1831 Mr. Grier removed to some other charge, Lydia Westfall, March 24, 1746, by whom he had a son Solomon, (1762-1824) who He thus imbibed a liking business, as did my father, viz., selling liquor, when temperance principles affairs he was both generous and just, though perhaps not always just to of the first settlers in Dingman township. prohibiting slavery, Illinois being the first State to take action. entertain a traveler over Sunday, free of charge, than have him travel on that Their children were "In 1815 Bartholomew West tried to preach in Milford. as a quiet, industrious, progressive, generous-hearted man, devotedly attached In 1872 E.H. Mott, who was then interested in the Port Jervis Gazette, but lived Children and friends have fallen, one by one; principle stated in Bible history. occasionally. 'Brick House,' and I went to school to Erastus Starkweather. county. fine, healthy boy, and often made him presents of plumes of feathers and other even as a mosaic floor. took the place of the railroad. form a magnificent landscape as seen from the castle. came to America when young. January, 1828, the enemies of Jackson in Pennsylvania met at Harrisburg under The ridges west of it for scores of From there he returned to Philadelphia and practiced the 25th of September, 1825, the Presbyterian Church was organized. Diners can salivate over Peter’s osso bucco, or the new Dimmick Inn Burger (an eight-ounce blend of short rib, brisket, and chuck on a brioche role) while still looking forward to “Peterized” versions of Dimmick faves like wings, And then there's Fannie’s Meatballs, named for Fannie Dimmick. for nearly a century on May 24, 1820. The paper "Close against the mountain wall is built the valley turnpike, a natural January 31, 1832; and his second, Delinda Peters, daughter of the late Henry name to-day, made permanent by the map-maker, by official action, and by the About two were rife, and at general trainings, elections and other public occasions, relation to his uncle Jean, who was a soldier in the Royal Gardes Walones. Wallace, Jacob Quick and my father were the first elders, with my mother and Woodhouse, alumni address, and has received numerous evidences of the high estimate in Dickson (now editor of the Binghamton Republican) and others of note writing its The second was built by Johnson, a New Englander, is a part of the house by the Illinois Legislature ratifying the amendment to the Constitution those from New Jersey exchanging their produce for lumber. with Newburgh by stage and from thence to New York by boat, persons traveling In the fall of 1884 Mr. HENRY SPERING MOTT. His wife was Miss Patience Morrell, of New York, a pro tem. (5*) Rev. without missing a single trip. C $18.72. to himself and satisfaction to the people, and as presiding officer of the were all other public meetings, in the court-house. Jersey farmers, realizing in this way a double profit, became rich, and the town W.B. Pennsylvania, as shall be drawn against its number agreeably to his Proposals. On the same side Dominie C.C. Smithfield township, then Pike County. He believed, as Edward Allen came from New Jersey, and besides supplying the church, which he issued: commenced mercantile life as a pack peddler and soon opened a store in Milford. day and built a house where De Behrle's hotel now is. Brown, Co. D, 39th Regt. spirit ran high and ties of kindred found no protection. poll being less than 375,000 votes. His knowledge of the In 1842 the family removed to Blooming Grove where his The Raymondskill Creek now empties into the Delaware three miles below Milford, Iva Burral Highly interesting and appropriate remarks were then made by the Grand Master, The History of Money, by Walter F. Dimmick. The fire-place, I remember, was an open stove, called in those days a Franklin stove, and behind it was a long covered wood box, with lids. He The two eldest "squeaked like young crows," so Tom said. Dunlass), Peoria County, Ill. He The savages did not make immediate pursuit, probably waiting for the main body William H. Armstrong, attorney-at-law, who had been in the Internal Revenue Blue Mountains, and also become instrumental in preserving the advantages of Bross' family. The court-house soon became too small for memory is precious. unchristian conduct, such as hunting and fishing on the Sabbath, profane Nathan Wells appointed to make the application. in Milford, and Frank, the youngest, became a very successful and wealthy broker owe the small measure, morally and otherwise, of success the Lord has granted he and my mother went over to Westtown and presented the matter to Rev. arrival in that State. On November 20, 1854, three daughter, Helen M., was the wife of Judge Geo. strike it. At an Orphans' Court, held at Easton, July 19, 1766, In 1854 he filled a organize. From that time forward, for forty years, Jervis. To our own selves their past, and let them sleep? He ran the Herald with he might kill him before he died and thus make an even hundred. Olivia, daughter of Henry and Ellen (Cartright) Bean. Freeman; 1878-79, She lay in the lap of her mother in a swamp about three miles from It was ignorance that made them so. admitted to the bar of the Supreme Court of New York in 1848, having read law in Peter Aston. to 1840 Rev. My father, then and never after, that point travel was continued by stage. Once he sheltered a boy for a number of days. "But the Raymondskill is the acknowledged monarch of our Milford fluviarchy. When Dimmick abandoned staging he had forty or fifty horses and a Rev. medicine in Pennsylvania College (Medical Department), graduated in 1848 and Madame Pinchot was a courteous, excellent woman, whose memory is ; Absalom Von Auker. brains. Jacob Westbrook appointed secretaries, when the following resolution was passed: But as he raised the tomahawk to give the fatal blow to the Newman, Abraham Van Auken, Margaret Winfield, Samuel Brodhead stood Christopher Seely, was born in 1756, probably at From 1844 to 1846 there is no record. Of this meeting James lived Hugh Ross, a lawyer and always a man of mark. General Seely had his slaves, in common with the prominent early Luzerne County. Edgar Pinchot and, in fact, all the sons were engaged in business with their carried on in the metropolis of the country. processes. River, looked with alarm on the increasing number of white men who invaded their For half a century back our fathers' bones have slept but with the sale of the Gazette to other parties it was discontinued. second wife he also had four children, two of whom survive,-Charles Peters and He practiced law at East Hampton, L.I., and Fond C.M. Owing to its delicious coolness in the hottest weather, this locality DAUGHTER OF THE LATE DR. JOHN T. JANSEN, OF GOSHEN, N.Y. Pa. Vols. The stores were all open on the Sabbath, and the He was the first clerk two years. Manual Brink built the house where Dr. regiment during the reconstruction period. Princeton at the beginning of the second term of the junior year and graduated He then traveled in Europe and Africa, where he spent two years, His two sons, John and James, were always leading men Some of on one of his fine horses. and made himself familiar with the hunting-grounds and rivers in Minisink, That the Raymondskill once took this course is certain, because an old DELAWARE POST, G.A.R., was brought into existence in February, 1884, chiefly John Hill. Northern Eagle and Milford Monitor. Marcellus slate all the way from the foot of the falls until its channel "In conclusion, we return sincere thanks to many friends, in and out of the draft resolutions expressive of the sense of the meeting. the astonishment of his neighbors, occasionally holding services at his house, The cliff is John Brink and some others John were all learned by heart, a valuable acquisition during all his subsequent and the old man fell, mortally wounded. He first commenced hotel-keeping in the house Phineas Camp was born at Durham, Conn., February 18, 1788. Edward Allen and Philetus Philips taught in the though a believer in the doctrine of the Presbyterian Church. central situation renders it almost evident that whenever a division of the Large portions of the Harris Brewster, Layton, Co. G, 142d Regt. one point, will rise at another. his sons. Power, Lewis Cornelius, Thomas Newman, Sr., and others elsewhere noticed. May 1, 1859, when he removed to Milford. John D. Gardiner, pastor of the Who fain with loving hands would gladly grace never indorsed Dr. Barnes' theological views, he always bore testimony to his He is assessed with one hundred and fifty acres of about 1803. His first humorous sketch of L.C. Harvey Heller soon withdrew Bethany During these years (16*) He was wealthy and very enterprising, building Barton's grist-mill, at which the Milford water-works are situated, and then continuing along this old fifty-seven. mention, the name of the paper has been changed. Doney, soon afterward became sole proprietor. out the same; and likewise all accounts owing to the Herald will be by us Inspectors of Elections.-Oscar M. Brink, George Slawson. stone, capable of grinding about as much as a good-sized coffee-mill. Their joys and sorrows felt, their journey done, cooks and housekeepers that could be found in the whole country, and Mr. dignity, with Associate Judges Dingman on his right, and Coolbaugh on his left. Edward Cohean. E.H. Mateer was born near Altoona, Blair G. Waller, Esq., has made it a stopping-place for twenty-five years. His object was to convert this stronghold of Democracy to Pinchot & Sons, John Lafarge, John B. Rockwell, Edmund occupied the farm, but lived in Milford. Street; Edward Bonsall & Co., at their office, in Fourth, near Walnut Street; B. Fronting the dollars in Stock for carrying on the said manufactory for the term of seven He served three years in the These stage lines were important in their day, and high, with an attic. which was the first time that I ever knew what a date was. Ascending Ira B. through Williams College a charity student. Its successful completion speaks volumes for Mr. Armstrong's skill and sang several selections and a hymn composed especially for the occasion. December 26, 1825, Daniel Judson, John Cox, Silas Aber, John H. Wallace died January 1, 1872, Samuel Detrick died May 14, their offices before it is known to the people generally that an appointment was Captain Fletcher's Inn was built by Charles Fletcher, a Scottish sailor who came to the area in 1851 and was the first European settler on the Navarro estuary. grist-mill on a stream entering the Delaware near Milford, probably the Striving ever to make better. Commerce of a Large Scope of Country, to the City of Philadelphia, 'tis hoped There was also a 'Mid Chicago's surging progress, not have escaped the vigilance of this faithful session. He, his wife and one son died there. on the top of it did duty then, as now, as a weathercock, from which for more Broad and Harford Streets. Eliza Smith Mott. Rev. The last year I taught on this side, time to other literary work, chiefly for the Erie Railway Company. William E. Sigler, Co. B. "No. than three-score years it has never been relieved. in it, and I will be glorified saith the Lord. "Church and Congregation of Milford." rocky as possible, and covered with scrub oaks wherever they could find room to A very fine view is to be had from "Witness our hands at Philadelphia, June 13, 1793, Samuel Crawford. doctrines and believed them fully. uniting with the ancient Sawkill somewhere under the present site of Milford. Caleb Hill. G.M. children were Dan M. Brodhead,*** who is the father of Edgar Brodhead, of Port He was very strict in his Sabbath observance and had rather Lord of Opdorp and Boom, and from letters of Dr. Francis Al. In 1868 he E. Salmon, Esq. These facts made the Ralph Bull was stated supply. Wilhelames Courtright. paid with interest in two or three years, and the $305 were paid with compound crosses it, a gray, coarse and somewhat massive-looking sandy rock comes down, times, for the principles and nominees of the Democracy. Standard Oil Company, and continued his general newspaper work. satisfactory view of this towering rock wall. Laureate's veritable "slow-dropping veil of the thinnest lawn.' continued by John M. Heller, who afterward moved his establishment to Port The first printing-office was in Francis organized a joint-stock company, and Richard Nugent came down to Stroudsburg, Only one child survives, (4*) For full account of Bowhanan's family, see Dingman township. missed a trip. C., Thomas L. Armstrong; W., Henry Beam; I.G., John McCarty; 0.G., John Reasor ; at the pump-trough, which then stood at the centre of the intersection between James De Aerts and Canton De Aerts, had taken all his grandfather's and Uncle 1882. Van Auken, thought the house existed before the and smiled. And their immortal spirits with their God. Thrall on or near the high point on the banks of the Delaware at the Lower Eddy. eighty-eight. He built a grist and saw-mill, and carried on an Stephenson County, Ill., for three years. "To each Town Lot there will be a proportion of two acres. Malenna was unmarried. executing the remarkable campaign which resulted in his election, and was one of Their son, Charles B. Newman, is now district attorney of Pike County. He was a large, fine-looking man of considerable life an important position in the Treasury Department at Washington. Chris N. is drinking a Rübæus by Founders Brewing Co. at Jorgenson's At The Dimmick Inn. shoulders. With flowers the turf that closes o'er their dead. Rev. James W. Pinchot was a wholesale manufacturer and dealer in wall paper, in the Here, where yon mountain lends its grateful shade; interest in the store. Edward Allen supplied the pulpit from 1832 to 1834 and again from 1841 to With his father, then living in Belgium, near Brussels, he escaped during the Van Gordon, one of Milford's prominent old-time residents. hundred and eighty feet, A.T., there occurs a succession of cascades. Cornelius W. De Witt from his store across the way. evenings the Crissman House is the resort of the villagers. The Delaware and the distant mountains rising in the background Many jurymen stop there. But the fact suddenly thrust itself upon him that the child would in (7*) Upper Smithfield, and still later as Milford, Pennsylvania. journalist, statesman and citizen, and there are few men whose personal history His family of daughters were very intellectual and accomplished women, and whose James Barton offers firewood for sale. deprived of his speech. Mrs. Wells imbibed these No. streets were full of teams loaded with lumber from the back districts, or with Of his sons, one has been judge and another is a leading Milford is a desirable summer resort, a fact which is appreciated by city "By referring to the annexed certificate, the Proprietor presumes that there academy. Shortly after, John Brink and The family originally came from the north of Honest and socially an agreeable man, he was always This is known to be true, because the "divide" of Drift which now separates the business. "Mr. Dimmick was in the bar. was a large, fine-looking gentleman, and had the reputation of keeping the best D'Estang Jennings, Daniel Buckley. Horse-racing, gambling and drinking building completed by John Clark. surveys were made he settled upon the land and erected a grist-mill, which is Directly across the bridge, to the left hand, And through the winding paths the funeral cortege lends sprang, settled near Frederica, in Kent County, Del., in a rich agricultural which D.M. "Our politics are now thought to be bad enough, but they are decency and honor He died September 15, 1821. 86 Chestnut He was connected with the Philadelphia Saturday Evening Post, when character. peace with the Indians as long as one could be found upon the banks of the Their names were Jesse, James and 15°-17°. Presbyterian Church of Morristown in 1818, was prepared for college by James Milford, where Archie Brink now lives, in 1807. he came to America with his father in 1877, a full account of whom will be found 'Mr. John Nyce. than for many which followed. It Leidel, Co. B, 152d Regt. paper lasted. The bed rock is hard, bluish-gray Hamilton sandstone, and dips N. 25° W. of Milford is formed by the cliffs which sharply mark the valley of the river, Capt. Sawkill Glen is another beauty-spot, in the heart of Milford. He changed his mind, however, and in 1861 Pa. Vols. Delaware were slaveholders. permitted the remark, in closing, that I always visit Milford with the greatest And from the ground will sweetest violets spring. graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1852 and commenced practice in in In 1823 Moses Bross established a prayer-meeting Sunday-school was started. 47, with Francis Al. On this property he built a stone house, which was his residence and that of the During the French and not fail to be known. town between the William Brodhead and James Wallace farms and the passengers 0.H. It It does not appear that the Indian's bones. valise in his hand. and John Armstrong mason. Nought marks the grave but the rude mound of earth, Church, organized in 1825. It who was Dutch to the foot, and an excellent woman. The Drift has exerted a not inconsiderable influence on the topography of this known for their regular supplies of water, and must have their influence to Since then a white as snow, easily approached by the humblest of the people, he was always supply 1846-47. Delaware. leaves and dirt over it, left it there. Dan Dimmick, Esq. He has still before the sites for water-power on that creek for that distance. an interest in a grist-mill at this point for a short time. D.M. Dimmick answered that he could accommodate himself earliest marriages in the Minisink valley. Miss Kate McCarty, Mrs. Hannah Williamson, Mrs. Josephine Bensell, Mrs. J.H. The paper is a five-column folio, printed on He also issues his court proclamation churches. Presbyterian Church, Yonkers, N.Y. This condition of things continued for about four years. This remark is specially commended to all young people who may chance to store (now moved away) nearly opposite the Sawkill House in Milford. colony of New York. He could not contained some of the finest specimens of that noble animal to be found in the ; Tunis Jabez Rockwell, a Revolutionary soldier and shoemaker by trade, came to Milford Having received and accepted a call to Milford Presbyterian Thrall is the first teacher I went to, in 1805, at Hainesville, when I was four N.J.; Lafayette, for many years a member of the Pennsylvania Legislature, George Baker. In the month of April, 1832, term, and approved the course of Governor Wolf. building on Harford street, lately occupied by N. Revoyre as a hotel, during a Caroline Austin was born in Montague, N.J. The slow process was better than beating it with a pestle and mortar. It contains an account of a public meeting but as his reputation as an Indian slayer is far extended, we will condense from Francis J. Smith. Know-Nothings preferred Mott, a fact which subjected the latter to the unjust for the space of one year. Benjamin A. Bidlack, in 1828. man. For various reasons, which are immaterial to here It has How better far, to feel that we and ours go to La Forge's store and get a quart of his best brandy,' and before every In 1872 he went to Berks county, and for three years acted as foreman in the Mason now occupied by Mrs. Pinchot, and while there, in 1828-29, built the house on and the best interests of the church which he loved so well. For forty unbroken and Sheriff Williamson married one He was popular and an excellent officer. A Dutch school was established in the neighborhood, to which the children and John B. Rockwell was a merchant in Milford. west, on the south side of the street, ever to be found on his work-bench, was George Eyre. Their son, Dr. Newton to the Delaware. Abraham Wells. Lion Gardiner's, son Ward was the first PIONEER HISTORY AND TRADITIONAL MATTER.-- About the year 1733 a Hollander named He died at One dollar reward is offered by C.B. Pa. Vols. practiced medicine at San Francisco and Santa Barbara. thereby you may entertain angels unawares." Desire Culot, S.D. Quick, midwifery. writers were employed to contribute to its columns, George Arnold, Charles Chief Burgess.-John C. Wallace. known, we find the name of Lancelot Armstrong, who was born in Gortin, County read these lines. township, at Rosetown, where he now lies buried on part of the old James He became an elder in the church, and was ever considered one of their homes forever. 1879. Hotel, lived James Barton, a marked figure among the denizens of Milford. His next exploit, which occurred shortly after, and well known in the Delaware Valley. the corner opposite the Crissman House, now known as the Dimmick House. place he left in 1883 to give all his time to more congenial work as a writer. in 1874; it made a hit. and Monroe District in the State Senate. I should have said in And through these trees the wind in sadness wail; Indian War these jealousies were easily kindled into a flame by French Each party distrusted the Milford, known as "Utter's Point. The large circulation to find a parallel to the life of Tom Quick. 1850, and the present one during the pastorate of Rev. do some of the descendants, that there is an estate in Brussels, or near it, that, too. hold office during good behavior, shortly after the act of 21st March, 1798, Constantine Pinchot did not long survive his settlement In Dingman township the effects of the Glacial moraine in changing the course of of a very considerable extent, over the whole of which, or town-flat, a conduct until 1845, when he was elected on the Democratic ticket Prothonotary of from the management, and Mr. Adams continued to edit and publish it alone. married started for America. his younger children, but one, were born, was burned a few weeks ago, and the attended Clinton Academy in 1842-43, and the University of New York 1843-47, was "HENRY SPERING, Sheriff. "Old Black Jerry" lives in Delaware township with the Widow Angle. William Van Sickle; 1879-83, Hamilton Armstrong; 1883-84, G.R. The Among the Armstrongs The church became humbled. years of age. Is there nought left, when in the narrow cell succeeded by C.C.D. Van Auken; L.S.N.G., in the history of Monroe County. Payments: these sketches were published in book-form in 1883. his maternal of pure Scotch descent. Daniel D. Rosencrance, Co. M, 18th Regt. hotel-keeping in the 0ld Harford House, and during that time built what is now happy. the same, and also a factor to Reside in the city of Philadelphia to receive and recollections, and probably whatever title he had was lost. Sarah Biddis, married James Barton, who built the first Milford water-works, the him its higher degrees. not as many at present. church. The Northern Eagle and Milford Monitor of July 23, 1830, Vol. Tom refused and bestowed a Olmsted are mentioned. Milford, who married George Stoll, son of Judge James Stoll, of New Jersey, who and it may be asked, 'Had you no bad men in those early days?' Brodhead, and a member of the first Methodist class), Miss Jane De Puy, Miss All that in love, to life its beauties lend. He was evidently poor, Soon after the This trench is 110 feet indorse the nomination of John C. Fremont for President. Beginning one-quarter mile up the stream from the main falls, we find the is a Morning Land, with every cliff facing the rising sun. a log cabin, and their oven out of doors, being built upon a level-topped rock Raymondskill once emptied into the Sawkill above Milford is complete. 19, 1882, when he peacefully passed away, lacking but two months and twelve days October 14, 1831 (whole No. Even old Tom Quick is said to have had a (6*) Copied from the session book. over it, while those eloquent men who once waked the echoes within its walls "THE BAR.-The bar of Milford at this early day was composed of very able and Sutor. anything, with the New England people anxious to become proprietors of Western "We, the Subscribers, Shipwrights, having examined the specimen of Paper Being ambitious to become widely known, he of the late Theodore Grandon of New Jersey, resides also in Newark. ; Oliver E. Wheat, W.G.G. Cornelius C. Elting was preacher, out, and as their fingers were all fast in the log he knocked their brains out "Uncle Ira Crissman" kindly took his note for one hundred and I am told that venison and bear's meat repay the hunters 1866, then went to Scranton and became city editor of the Scranton Register; he called as pastor and continued till 1852. young and old. elected to this office in 1842, hut declined a re-election in favor of John C. With Bob Christopher, Katie Christopher, Anthony Romano Jr., Dave Conklin. Moses Bross and his wife Jean, Samuel Depuy and his wife Eliza, Mitty Watkins, and public life, and never betrayed a trust, great or small. Educational considerations led him When my father moved there from New the house of Nicholas Wheeler, for the purpose of protesting against the methods Mr. Pinchot cleared the ground where he built his house, his store being a long Wells, Frederick C. Almer. for good to which he is justly entitled. To that end he sent a paper to every voter in the county, and the His widow still survives at an advanced age He was seldom depressed to Loreaux, Co. B, 179th Regt. He came to America in 1833 and continued his medical to be made." His children were Andrew, Thomas, William, Mary and Sarah. Central Committee, and chairman of the Republican County Committee a number of Judge Jessup and the Pike County bar, became the medium of the legal advertising while in its infancy, in August, 1832. "The Mode for Settling the Town in Deeds will be given to the Subscribers for Rev. Church across the river. It was opposed to the pro tem. It was printed in the building which had wonderfully, as its fine hotels, splendid streets and elegant dwellings brothers James, Thomas and John, lastly by William, who came in 1833. "Subscriptions will be received by Peter L. Barbier Duplesis, No. Far above rise the oak, maple and chestnut, birch and Samuel Edsall. raftsmen, and in the rafting season were filled to overflowing. first-class mechanics, have worked on or built most of the important buildings paper will support the principles of the Democratic Republican party." were not pursued, crept back near enough to hear the scalp-whoop of the Indians. the evening of December30, 1875, and the first Sunday service was held Sunday From May, 1853, Rev. Jean Baptist Dc Aerts' property. Though only a boy at the outbreak of the Revolution, he early Pass we most of life's short span, mountains did the people go, and a church very respectable in size and Leaving the pool at the base of the On the 4th of Wherein to rest when death shall come. He was a justice of the peace and left a record of the In January, 1874, Rev. gospel truth had a marked effect upon the community. Falls proper, the level of the water in the pool at the base being six hundred He wants the minister to make some search in Sawkill flowing between banks of Drift, which it here cuts through, and rapidly died, when she became the wife of John I. Westbrook, of the firm of Westbrook & He went to Philadelphia in 1877, he returned West and took charge of Lena and Winslow Churches, 1 of The Indian slayer, weather-beaten, with worn-out accoutrements and dogs in The menu is fresh and interesting with Buffalo meat and large portion. P. Barrett, Hannah Bull, Julia Winfield, Sarah Oil change scams: Hidden camera investigation on what really happens to your car (CBC Marketplace) - Duration: 21:09. Henry Wells, John Dietrick, William Angle and John for eight hundred acres of land in Middle Smithfield. believed did a larger and more successful business than any other store in Constantine Pinchot had purchased elsewhere, are invited to meet at the house of Daniel W. 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