Showing posts from October, 2014

1892 Fallbrook RR Schedule

My website where I've collected what I can is at
Dan Beach

I forgot  to mention this schedule was copied from Dan Beach's web site on the Fallbrook when I posted this -this morning.  Enjoy all his collection on his site.

There is no way I can begin to collect all this information for the town files.

Restoration of Thurber Barn in Caton,N.Y.

Janice Glover and Paul Thomas-descendants of the Thurber family ofCaton will give a presentation on the Restoration of the Thurber Barn onThurber Road-Caton,N.Y. for The Lindley-Presho Historical Society .
The meeting will be October 23rd at 7 P.M. at the Lindley Town Hall-  (next to the Lindley Post Office. )
The meetings are free and open to the public. Abner Thurber-- Revolutionary War Veteran ---was an early settler in Lindley. Without a doubt some of his descendants migrated to Caton.  We will learn more at the program on October 23rd.
Lindley's Thurber House is one of the town's oldest homes. According to  the Lindley History written in 1990 ,the home  was built in the 1820'-30's.
A member of the family is buried in the Cook Cemetery.

Photos of Youth Groups

Lindley Little League Teams