Memorial Day – 2015

The children on this old postcard are going to decorate the graves of our veterans that died during our past wars. Just a reminder that there lists of veteran burials for some towns on the cemetery page of the GenWeb of Monroe County. Those records came from the Veteran’s Service Agency which at one time …

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Top Songs of 1965; #11

The Beatles were back on the top of the record charts with “Ticket to Ride.” The writers are listed as Lennon-McCartney but some people say that Paul only wrote a small portion of the song. The song was also released on the album Help! which was released in August to coincide with the release of …

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Old News – Arbor and Memorial Days

NYS Historic Newspapers has added old newspapers from Honeoye Falls, NY. Included are The Honeoye Falls Times from 1888 to 1987; The Honeoye Falls Weekly Times from 1987 to 1989 and The Mendon-Honeoye Falls-Lima Sentinel from 1989 to 2015. THE HONEOYE FALLS TIMES Thursday, May 20, 1915 Arbor Day Exercise The following program was given …

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Top Songs of 1965; #10

Herman’s Hermits is on the top spot of the record charts for the second time in 1965. This time the group’s hits is “Mrs. Brown You’ve Got A Lovely Daughter” that was written by British singer-songwriter Trevor Peacock. It song was originally in The Lads, a British TV play of 1963. “Mrs. Brown…” was the …

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Old News – Anti-Suffrage

The MONROE COUNTY MAIL Thursday, May 6, 1915 LISTEN TO ADDRESS Fairport Grange Hears Address Against Suffrage—Interesting Program. Mrs. Henry F. Burton, president of the Rochester Anti-Suffrage Society, addressed Fairport Grange, Saturday evening. Mrs. Burton was a little late, because of having to speak before Penfield Grange before coming to Fairport. She was a most …

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Kodak History Notes – Reactor

Eastman Kodak at one time had a refrigerator-sized nuclear reactor in the basement of one of the buildings in Kodak Park. Kodak first used a university reactor to test chemical materials for impurities. Then in 1974 they acquired their own reactor called a a californium neutron flux multiplier (CFX) that had a core of Califrnium-252 …

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New Newspapers Added to Fulton History

Fulton History has added more newspapers to the millions of newspaper pages that were already on the website. Now there are over 30,667,000 newspaper pages. Originally all newspapers were from New York State but you will notice that most of the newspapers added in the last four months are from other states. If you have …

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