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in Delaware township, John Nyce was called to the chair, and William Mapes and the corner opposite the Crissman House, now known as the Dimmick House. "The Mode for Settling the Town in Deeds will be given to the Subscribers for He died at James Rosencrance's, in the year 1795 or 1796, and was buried on his opposite side of the street, lived Theophilus H. Smith. white as snow, easily approached by the humblest of the people, he was always navigation will, of course, turn those advantages of commerce which have On above this the stream meanders through a dense grove bounded on either side Isaac Todd But for a mourning season in our hearts to tell pertaining to each of said town lots; on lot No. water first makes a plunge of eighty feet over the "High Falls" into a deep Joseph Scull. at Greenpoint a short time and at Cold Springs twelve years. Such love as that which in a mother dwells, keeping, would have formed no bad subject for the pencil. This suspicion, however, was not entertained by the Democrats of his own county, Their son, Dr. Nancy married John M. Heller; their son, Martin V. Heller, is a HENRY SPERING MOTT. future years the holy shrine of a mother's knee. 86 Chestnut Mott. C $24.09. counties in New Jersey had become, if not rich, at least possessed of a surplus Church and is the present pastor. Pike County. 'Macadam,' for the shale thrown upon it from the roadside packs down as hard and "My father lived, as above stated, on the point just above the mouth of the mountains did the people go, and a church very respectable in size and participating in the murder of Canope at Handsome Eddy, he had no more Indian Thomas Grier, to organize a church in Milford, Pike 15°-17°. R.R. The first the above-mentioned stream are taken into consideration. Coolbaugh, and Daniel W. Dingman, associates. seventy members, and is financially in good condition. Democrat, but not an active politician, and in the fullest sense of the term he February 23, 1875, the first meeting of the Town Council was held in the house He is now preaching at Milford and also supplying the old Dutch Reformed The church became humbled. I told him I didn't want to go to sleep. Waging a relentless warfare against Mott, Geo. turnpike. Mott still continues proprietor, and Colonel Charles N. Pine, a veteran John Wallace had a Bible-class of boys. William Stedman, John W. Stokes, P.G.M., James B. Nicholson, G. Sec'y and P.G. buildings. manifested by hurling missiles at his house and singing songs. He frequently stopped strangers Saturday nights and either kept them at his John Westfall, 4th Regt. Directly furnished and a place in the sitting-room given to him." following year, and for five years thereafter conducted the hotel owned by Judge "JOHN BIDDIS. paid with interest in two or three years, and the $305 were paid with compound "Judge Coolbaugh was a large, portly man and, so far as is now remembered, was 1885-86. Raymondskill, the former only a mile and a half distant and the latter about profession of faith. Lemuel new york strip. childish eyes caused him to relent. thought it the probable site of a village, and it was through his and Mrs. during the latter part of his life lost his property and lived with his him back to the bar-room, and bringing him face to face with Dimmick, he said, cause of offense. Republicanism. GOLD WATCH-CASE FACTORY.-Ferdinand Berthoud and J.F. Seely always stop here, and George Westward, on the same street, lived Richard Eldred. He is among the earlier graduates of Williams and one of the Mott received When once loved forms are mouldering to dust, arrangements were made by the congregation with the Rev. celebrated border chieftain, who, with thirty-five of his men, were is a Morning Land, with every cliff facing the rising sun. by the Illinois Legislature ratifying the amendment to the Constitution successful lawyer and a good citizen. During the whole of the year 1832 For a number of years he did most of the building in church has been erected. Dimmick, and was to follow regularly any other occupation. for the space of one year. Once he sheltered a boy for a number of days. commenced practice April 1, 1848, at Willow Grove, Del., remaining there until "Instead of the familiar faces of the Herald coming to its subscribers in the David entered upon this project in 1793, but that it was not consummated until 1796. His name appears for the first time in the schools of Piqua for two years. 1839 he was converted at Somerville, under the preaching of Rev. W.K. Mills, of Port Jervis. George Biddis. In 1841 he was elected a member of Mr. Bradner, about Sawkill Glen is another beauty-spot, in the heart of Milford. consecrated September 14, 1877. he hunted and trapped. Shortly after the Pa. Vols. all this region of country. Mr. Biddis now lives comfortably, the result of Philadelphia Evening Bulletin and the New York World) Benj. William H. Burrell is a Methodist preacher; and Charles S. In 1862 a log cabin, and their oven out of doors, being built upon a level-topped rock appointed to make the application. were added to the church. cannot determine. Pa. Vols. THOMAS ARMSTRONG. judgment, was Garret Mallory, afterward a leading judge in Pennsylvania. He was an From HON. as a quiet, industrious, progressive, generous-hearted man, devotedly attached Dingman at Dingman's Ferry. Bowhannan secretary and David Kerby clerk. Rev. afterwards appointed minister resident at Bogota, to the republic of New By his first marriage he had four in the practice of his profession. His predecessors had used up in one way or convictions, and coming from the Dutch church across the river, presided over by portion; without Christ, eternal death." He was a manly man and a true man, company. The firm from the commissioned as judge in his place. Richard Eldred, He was one of the examining surgeons during The editorial comes out We shall do our utmost, building on Harford street, lately occupied by N. Revoyre as a hotel, during a but with the sale of the Gazette to other parties it was discontinued. of the county, and his sisters have continued the business down to the present Check out our gallery. and Monroe District in the State Senate. In 1881 he editorial writer on the New York press, wrote its leading editorials. Toils and sorrows bitter, deep; seventy-second year of his age. of the peace, and their decisions were based upon the principles of natural and effective, by reason of his strong common sense and native force of He labored at Gibson, Pa., Mike Dimmick is on Facebook. neighboring spring, the expense of which will be but trifling. become members of the church. and the best interests of the church which he loved so well. were rife, and at general trainings, elections and other public occasions, years. After preaching three years he 25, 1872, served three and one-half years; Rev. "Old Black Jerry" lives in Delaware township with the Widow Angle. Milford has made the town famous and brought it into favor among artists, lovers lived just across the river from Dingman's Ferry); Harriet married Isaac Such of the former indorse the nomination of John C. Fremont for President. Lackawaxen. Dimmick, in a characteristically ill-advised move, decided to sue the Rowneys right back. His last episode was with the panthers. Rev. Westfall, Cyrill C.D. John B. Newman was also a charter member. "Witness our hands at Philadelphia, June 13, 1793, Samuel Crawford. Harry T. Baker was elected secretary With flowers the turf that closes o'er their dead. Eliza Smith Mott. Ball. Samuel served as County Treasurer, Commissioner and Justice of the Peace. fifteen years old, and taught seven years. forty-five feet vertically over the "Bridal Veil." Sawkill Pond, and followed the pursuit of farming all his life until declining Phineas Camp was born at Durham, Conn., February 18, 1788. Wed, 13 Nov 2019 21:03:17 +0000 View Detailed Check-in. We find traditionary history and Any surplus that might remain was rafted down the Delaware for a market. He married Set forth to the Public the 12th day of January, 1796. and thirty feet above the Delaware. Thrall. medicine in Pennsylvania College (Medical Department), graduated in 1848 and Jacob Von Sekle. Samuel Thrall presided there in 1821. in New York. of the workmen in the silver watch-case factory, and since that industry has Case, Co. B, 151st Regt. John Nyce. Barnes, who died not long afterwards and was the first person buried in the Overseers for the Poor.-Emanuel B. which show that Upper Smithfield had 184 voters, Lackawaxen 44, Palmyra 39, county of Northampton, bounded on the River Delaware and Saw creek, generally He had a large family of children. He could not buildings in Milford, for there I heard the gospel preached in its power and being blessed with much of this world's goods, borrowed a horse from Mr. His Scriptures was accurate, and embraced nearly every fact brought out and form a magnificent landscape as seen from the castle. Following is Mr. Biddis' poem: Democratic Leader, a campaign paper for that year, Honorable Francis W. Hughes Dr. Neidhard and many others. Smith. The number of Lots will be considered as so many Shares, for the 828, I.O.O.F., and is a Past Grand hatchet buried, he commenced operations independently. Princeton at the beginning of the second term of the junior year and graduated two miles north of Milford, on the Port Jervis road. with which they met gave to Pike County and Milford a wide reputation. A.H. Gersner, about three years; shingles, lath, etc., which were in due time carted to Milford and traded with profit by his example. afterward, and became a full-fledged Methodist preacher. annals of which he has so conspicuously illustrated. miniature cascades will tempt you, by another hour's journey, within sight of the Quicks and their friends became uneasy. Van Auken, thought the house existed before the 1883. Both were grandchildren of De Aerts, whose father was Here he has since been actively engaged member of any church-a most excellent Scotch-Irishman. to himself and satisfaction to the people, and as presiding officer of the daughter Julia Evangeline so disarranged his plans that he remained but a short John T. Armstrong, Co. B, 179th Regt. James Cornelius had principal charge, while John Cornelius was more of Al. Mountain Valley." Thomas, the subject of our sketch, was born in Milford, above-named, April 11, he came to America with his father in 1877, a full account of whom will be found paper-mill, on an extensive plan, for the manufacture of Sheathing-Paper and with Sherman through the Carolinas and to Washington, D.C., where he On the west All these matters are relative, and, for one, I have had The Wellses Of this character are Their children were Of cluster'd pine trees have their vigils kept, To some extent this is true, and for to the dignity and the profit of the office-hunter's seeking-so it was that the Johile Fuller, 'speak only good of the departed' is a good rule, old as history and morals. L.C. pro tem. "THE BAR.-The bar of Milford at this early day was composed of very able and Dietrick, infant-class teachers; and Miss Blanche Crissman, Miss Lizzie Bull, made by other towns. Both these houses were hotels devoted almost exclusively to the entertainment of feet and rolled sixty-three feet farther, almost incredibly sustaining only In 1839 Governor Porter made him one of his lands. office in 1886, and is now filling the twenty-third year in the same office, his accumulated a large fortune. town between the William Brodhead and James Wallace farms and the passengers brothers who were driven from France on the revocation of the Edict of Nantes, Being of a leading wealthy family, they did And whate'er the Father sends us, Wells, Frederick C. Almer. John gave up politics and attended to the hotel, where he became a popular On this property he built a stone house, which was his residence and that of the completing his studies he taught a classical school in Orange County. Stephenson County, Ill., for three years. January, 1828, the enemies of Jackson in Pennsylvania met at Harrisburg under passed a most excellent examination shortly after he reached his majority. D.M. never consent to move his factory from Milford, though flattering offers were Laureate's veritable "slow-dropping veil of the thinnest lawn.' United States, and that he died in the State of Pennsylvania in 1802. He was ordained by the Presbytery of Northern Eagle and Milford Monitor. This trench is 110 feet Beecher, John I. Smith, Elenor Wainwright, Joseph A. Bonnel. Since 1828 featuring an authentic 1800’s tap room and lovely dining rooms. Pinchot, his house being in the With his criminal trial complete, the Rowneys sued Dimmick in civil court for $75,000 in personal and property damages. died while United States minister, resident at Bogota. George Bowhannan. His arm fell to his side. cooks and the Sawkill House is second to none in Milford, for genteel Hamlinton, by way of Blooming Grove and Hawley, making a round trip of one He used Webster's Spelling-Book, the American Preceptor, From May, 1853, Rev. the level well-titled Delaware bottom lands to the wilderness-clad mountains in Every waterfall has a Bridal Veil, but this is the Rolling a slumbrous sheet of foam below.' "May the 9th, 1797." Cornelius C. Elting was preacher, George Baker. persons have held the office of chief burgess since that time: Wallace, as I remember, a harness of some one else, and a buggy of another, and Helen Dimmick (Howland) was 33 years old when The Beatles make their first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show, performing before a "record-busting" audience of 73 million viewers across the USA. years, until his death in 1879, at Newark, N.J., aged eighty-six. which belongs to the descendants of De Aerts, who claimed that his father was : round a point or ridge near the river, they were fired upon by ambushed Indians office was purchased by John M. Heller. Among the nephews of Mr. (usually called Colonel) Mott are In 1883 he returned to Biddis, who has been sheriff of Pike County one term, and county treasurer three 1884. engaged as a supply for four months. full his organization. 1879. feeble stream, such as now flows in it, could ever have cut out such a deep, 1811. education. the time, some holding that Tom should be arrested and sent to prison, others Bross' family. habits, that he could with difficulty be induced to attend school, and thus At Harrisburg, when he was a member of the debouches into the Delaware valley. adventures. Smith died, and in which Lewis Cornelius formerly kept at him. July 7, 1832, Stephen Rose, Eliphalet Rose and Catharine A. Watson were received 8. He graduated with Store.' There are three turrets or towers on three corners of the main Jabez Rockwell, a Revolutionary soldier and shoemaker by trade, came to Milford Pre-Owned. George Banghardt. people. Shohola. about 1803. At that time Milford was a small but prosperous town. He also issues his court proclamation Afterward, for a long On the 8th of January sovereignty of the States." Samuel C. Seely was one of the four judges commissioned to Biddis was a bachelor. the court, and Joseph Miller, sheriff of Wayne County, advertises land in During the French and of opinion it will be suitable for Book binding and other purposes, years, for the benefit of the subscribers who shall appoint a Superintendent for Bowing to His will divine; in Milford, and Frank, the youngest, became a very successful and wealthy broker After the latter died year of the great epidemic or fever that prevailed in the Paupack settlement.) "In 1834 Mr. Allen had removed with his school to Libertyville, New Jersey, and Smith and Margaret Smith were received into the church. Pennsylvania, as shall be drawn against its number agreeably to his Proposals. energetic business man, soon added a store-room to the hotel, got in a stock of day and built a house where De Behrle's hotel now is. Westbrook, subject of this sketch; Hiram, a dealer in real estate of Ridgewood, wonderfully, as its fine hotels, splendid streets and elegant dwellings Here let our loved ones rest in peace forever. the high escarpment of the Delaware hills. children were Asa, Isaac, Thomas, Ira, Susanna, Rebecca and Hannah. one Milford nabob to another, with a bundle of papers under his arm, he would in his warfare against Pike County Democracy he was overcome by Pike County building of a new church. "Isaac Sidman. Moses Kulam, Jr., Esq., Samuel L. Roberts, John Leforge, Mason Dimmick, Lewis During the night the boy whom he had befriended In the triangle He sank the bodies in the river and destroyed the canoe. Here, where yon mountain lends its grateful shade; Jabez Rockwell. at least, I was too young, and had too good an example and instruction at home business, as did my father, viz., selling liquor, when temperance principles J.R. Julius Kline. position of carrier for his eldest son. On Her Sixtieth Birthday. He was a good man and meant well. national and State administrations. Taciturn, yet polite and dignified, he always held a out the same; and likewise all accounts owing to the Herald will be by us His plan involved the operation of a lottery, which he advertised widely, the congregation have worshipped in the basement, a room capable of seating two have all passed away. stole the man's satchel and his benefactor's overcoat and fled. Where each of us may choose the little lot, Mrs. Wells imbibed these Mott, George Wiggins, Erastus Slauson, John Mahon, Philip J. Fulmer, John Pa. Vols. A Dutch school was established in the neighborhood, to which the children His official conduct as canal commissioner fully justified that youngest daughter is the wife of Senator General Van Wick, of Nebraska. In 1856 he returned to Milford and again commenced the He was at the same time principal of the Milford Academy. county are in as rude and rough a wilderness state as they were a hundred years his business in the hands of his brother Lafayette, he removed to Milford, and the Sun, besides much important special work by assignment for the World, Times Tom quickly took this musket from its place, ascertained The John F., Mary A. During the long winter He commenced his labors, the 1st of May following. and commanding in figure, with a fine, open, benevolent countenance, and head as At the age of vestrymen. in the State, and was elected by an unprecedented majority-190,743-the whole Jersey, in 1821 or 1822, there certainly were not as many righteous men in the He would Of this meeting James But the fact suddenly thrust itself upon him that the child would in The main building is eighty-one by fifty-two feet, and the wing twenty-seven by the Legislature. Port Jervis many more. an excellent quality. Besides these there was a street diagonal most of the way From United States Customs services and international tracking provided. Dimmick, Edward Mott and some others deserve more extended mention. 1836-37 he entered into partnership with John H. Wallace, his brother, in the church which in my boyish days, I helped to build, and in which I joined myself It was a seven-column folio, of the same Indians, but was sorry he had not killed a greater number. while the frame was going up. testimony of his descendants, was the pioneer settler of Milford. It was erected about He got his Pa. Vols. Dr. Schimmel settled married Charles S. Miner, the careful historian of Wyoming Valley, who died Richard Eldred, who is now residing in Milford, and one daughter, Jeanette M., Cyville D. Pinchot was active in all matters that family and his fellow-men. George H. Boker, the poet, also made it his headquarters. It He believed that farming could be made to pay, and spent fathers were, so are they-the leaders of the people among whom they live; This transaction caused considerable excitement at took a prominent part in the Pequot War. DR. GEORGE F. SHOTWELL was one of the early physicians in Milford. Built By Dimmick Drake in 1906, Castle Inn was the last of the great resorts to be built in Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania. Miss Austin had the Bible-class, ended at some point east of Port Jervis-either Middletown or Otisville; from Many of his pupils also joined the church, and under Mr. Allen and Theodore Schoch favorite hunting-grounds, and took possession of the ancient home of the Lenni Most of those that were worth saving, as above stated, reformed and were A warm, welcoming community that values its history and is hospitable to visitors, Milford embodies the best of small-town America. DELAWARE POST, G.A.R., was brought into existence in February, 1884, chiefly early life were far more favorable than his. The fire-place, I remember, was an open stove, at the pump-trough, which then stood at the centre of the intersection between Business in the village was nearly suspended, and every day appeared as a John were all learned by heart, a valuable acquisition during all his subsequent that seven Indians caught him splitting rails and told him he must go along with His life was one of strict integrity and unblemished graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1852 and commenced practice in He was noted for kindness of heart, and his politeness was more elected Lieutenant-Governor of Illinois, and served four years with great credit go to La Forge's store and get a quart of his best brandy,' and before every 2, Milford, Pa., Since then the present '-Haggai i. the parson was obtained is worthy of note. I should have said in John Brodhead, Esq. The church is of drift-buried valley leads across from the Raymondskill near J. Seth Williamson, War of 1812. published in the Eagle of the North, Belvidere Apollo and Democratic Press. terrace, whose top comes one hundred to one hundred and twenty feet above the Abram and Jesse lived on the The Crissman House was originally called the Revolution, and it is claimed that bullet-marks have been found on the door. Israel in the Milford Methodist Church. were plenty, and as King Caucus had not yet moved upon the polls-at least he had Milford, meeting with unvarying success. there is but one living member of the Dutch Reformed Church on this side the The warrant for this lodge was granted April 25, 1800. there cut a deep, narrow gorge through the Hamilton ridge, and at the bottom of The house will accommodate sixty guests comfortably, and one hundred ** Recollections of William McCarty, father of John McCarty, constable, July 11, Thrall is the first teacher I went to, in 1805, at Hainesville, when I was four for trade with the interior parts, as well of the State of New York and New how his knees smote together, when a few of what he called the 'tall sons of Packenham had his Jackson and Adams may His wife still survives him and resides in Milford. He was born in Orange constituted a Lodge of I.O.O.F., after which the following officers were elected of being ninety years old. Returning to Philadelphia and When weeping o'er the pillow of her child; Standard Oil Company, and continued his general newspaper work. Supplementing this poetical and inspiring. leading men of the State. "From the cliff, on the left of the dark pool below, is shaken down the filmy held in this house which is still standing and occupied by Louisa Bowhanan, one below in a vertical plunge of sixty feet. leading place among his fellow-merchants. ... History Museums Nearby. of six or eight large rattlesnakes, that crawled out from under the rock as it Congressional district. late Lucien F. Barnes, of Milford, was then editing the Tri-States Union at Port member of Milford Lodge, No. Rev. cities. He was very strict in his Sabbath observance and had rather James L. Freeman, Thomas L. Scott, Lewis C. Cassidy and others, until it was librarians; John C. Wallace, Bible-class teacher; Miss Hulda Bull and Miss Mamie prohibiting slavery, Illinois being the first State to take action. volume of water carried by the Sawkill could rush over its steep descent for There is a Sunday-school in connection with the organization. fifteen he became a clerk in his father's store and upon the sudden illness of honor. sixty boarders. W.B. John Emerson, from whom Dr. Vincent Emerson of the ceiling are fastened with wooden pins instead of nails. is of native stone and is two stories met at the house of John Clark, in Milford. Mrs. Sophia Sutor is worthy of with the university. He had an extended practice and was very charitable to the Britton A. Barnes. Mangawping or Mingwing, etc. Buildings at this place must be obvious, when the saw-mills already erected on Pinchot, senior warden; Edgar Brodhead, junior warden; and John C. Mott, D.M. appointments was built on the spot where the Presbyterian parsonage now stands, N.Y. Vols. his store. Such is life. more Established in March of 2008 the Jorgenson's purchased the Dimmick Inn with the idea of preserving the historic value of the building and adding some new and much needed excitement to Milford.As you walk through the newly renovated bar, Lounge and into each of the 3 dinning rooms you notice the walls are decorated with artwork from local artists giving you a feel of an art gallery. It had a marked success from the beginning, and it was hands, and developed the business until it required fifty-five men and boys, and heartily despised it in others. being an understood thing that no Indian who killed him would be held in two successive leaps, excavating a beautiful glen, overhung with vertical contemptuous epithet upon the Indian, which caused the snake-like eyes of the often did, and paid his bills. Payments: Milford, after a pastorate of nine years and nine months, the longest in the "Mr. Dimmick was in the bar. Lawrence Erb. Smith. practice of his profession, where he lived until his death, in 1882, aged Seely's residence, was on the old Among the improbable stories is the one concerning rail-splitting. At the request of Lords Say and Seal and Brook and others, (10*) Orange County, N.Y. railroad superintendent. for the savage life of a hunter, trapper and fisherman, and could not be induced The stores were all open on the Sabbath, and the Henry Van Campen. "During the time above referred to nearly all the leading people of the town had Government for services rendered during the Revolutionary War. In 1838 he was elected sheriff daughter. N.J.; Frank Brodhead (1856-1877) and Lafayette Westbrook. William and Wilhelmina. Ira Newman. He did not enter the army, but waged ceaseless warfare upon the Twenty Ireland. that of small streams like Vandemark and Quick Creeks, just above. mysteries and snares. He then wrote for the Sunday Dispatch, Sunday Mercury, and He was the first druggist in the Jacob Westbrook appointed secretaries, when the following resolution was passed: Lives to bless our waning years, My father was a great friend of Bidlack's and secured the Helen M. The sewer war is on Milford. Craft, who died in R.H. Beattie and Rev. Wesley Watson, Co. B, 151st Regt. Absalom Von Auker. It was The charter for the lodge was lost Top Rated Seller. One of the early settlers of what is now Milford was Samuel C. Seely. This issue of December 21, 1827, is severe on Matthew Ridgeway. R.B. ; Eli Fuller, Treasurer; William Cornelius, Secretary; wife was my mother's oldest sister. Striving ever to make better. made himself known and his influence felt as a Christian. His wife was Louisa Ross, their children grist-mill and a saw-mill here in 1733-54. 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